Time Travel

Review: Kiss Across Chains (Kiss Across Time, Book 3) by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Review: Kiss Across Chains (Kiss Across Time, Book 3) by Tracy Cooper-Poseyby Sandra Scholes

Sexy Synopsis: Four years doesn’t sound like a long time, but for Taylor and Brody their time living around humans has been fraught with trouble, and they have had to mingle with the ones who could hurt them the most, despite them being vampires and time jumpers. During the First Crusade, they nearly lost Veris, […]

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Audio Review: A Knight in Shining Armor (Montgomery, Book 16) by Jude Deveraux

Audio Review: A Knight in Shining Armor (Montgomery, Book 16) by Jude Deverauxby Keira G

Heroine: Dougless Montgomery is unhappy but fighting it. She’s determined to make her relationship with a man, who on paper is a great catch. In reality, he’s a douchebag who takes his bitterness about her trust-fund wealth out on her, while pretending he isn’t. He plays just enough of the lover to string her along, […]

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Review: The Stem of Time by Janeau L’voe

Review: The Stem of Time by Janeau L'voeby Guest Blogger

Reviewed by Book Glancer The Stem of Time was a novella that I picked up on Amazon for only $0.99, but I’m really glad I found it. The book is a fast fun read, with a little sizzle, and a whole of lot mind-bending time travelling. Jillian, a dedicated scientist, is determined to cure cancer. […]

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A Husband and Wife Collaboration

A Husband and Wife Collaborationby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Sally O’Roake, author of Yours Affectionately, Jane Austen In spite of the fact that my name alone appears on the cover, The Man Who Loved Jane Austen was, in truth, very much a collaboration with my late husband F. Michael O’Rourke. Kelly, my step-daughter called us an awesome team and we were, […]

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Review: A Light on the Veranda by Ciji Ware

Review: A Light on the Veranda by Ciji Wareby Cara Lynn

Reviewed by Cara Lynn This is a re-publishing of her novel. I read an uncorrected advance copy. This was a hard book for me to get into. It wasn’t until I was on about page 200 when I began to figure it out. Perhaps that was because it took me so long to read the […]

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If You Could Live in Any Period Setting and Fall in Love, When Would You Go?

If You Could Live in Any Period Setting and Fall in Love, When Would You Go?by Sandra Scholes

Guest Post by Sandra Scholes I am a lover of period romance novels, and I would like to say that I’m not fussy about what period novels I read, but I would be lying. The Regency period is as romantic as it gets for me; I like the setting, the architecture, the underlying passion that […]

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Have You Kissed a Stranger Today?

Have You Kissed a Stranger Today?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by BL Bonita, author of Romancing a Stranger Silly question, I know, but it does happen. Maybe you’ve gone on a blind date and at the end of the evening, as the guy drops you off at your doorstep, you decide to reward him with a little peck. Maybe some random hunk saved […]

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Right Man, Wrong Time

Right Man, Wrong Timeby Guest Blogger

Guest Post by Susanna Kearsley, author of The Rose Garden One of my very first crushes was Errol Flynn. I still remember the Saturday afternoon I sat and watched Captain Blood on TV in our family room—I would have been about twelve at the time—and fell head over heels for that dashing guy wearing the […]

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