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Review: The Lady in Question (Effingtons, Book 7) by Victoria Alexander

Heroine: Lady Philadelphia (Delia) Wilmont is the identical twin sister of Cassandra Effington. Delia is considered the sensible sister while Cassie is the reckless sister. So it comes…

Of Triangles and Twins

Guest Blog by Pamela Sherwood, author of Waltz with a Stranger Hello to everyone on Love Romance Passion–thank you for having me visit today! My hosts have asked…

Get into Bed with Amelia Grey (Author Interview 2)

Keira: Twins! I love twin romances. Are they some of your favorites too? Amelia Grey: It seems like the first “twin” romances I read were Jude Deveraux’s Twin…

Review: Make Mine a Bad Boy by Katie Lane

Reviewed by Aggie S. Do you like to read a cowboy romance? Yes? Well this is the book for you! Hope, is the town’s former head cheerleader and…

Review: Only Mine (Fool’s Gold, Book 4) by Susan Mallery

Only Mine is Dakota’s story, the first story of the Hendrix triplets in the Fool’s Gold series. Heroine: Dakota Hendrix can’t have kids and she wants one so…

Twins – Similar or Dissimilar?

by Amelia Grey, guest blogger and author of A Gentleman Never Tells Good morning! Thank you for having me at the fabulous site of Love Passion Romance. I’m…

Review: Going Cowboy Crazy by Katie Lane

Summary: Faith Aldridge goes to Bramble, Texas, looking to find her sister, Hope, the twin she never knew she had. Except that the backwards town only sees Hope…

Review: My Wicked Enemy by Carolyn Jewel

Do you like paranormal romance? Did you at one point enjoy Anita Blake? Well, My Wicked Enemy just pwned Anita Blake, but don’t take my word for it…

Review: Too Hot to Handle by Robin Kaye

Robin Kaye’s second book, Too Hot to Handle is witty and enchanting. Too Hot to Handle is the sequel to Romeo, Romeo. It follows Rosalie Ronaldi’s sister, Annabelle,…

Review: The Countess by Lynsay Sands

It’s been years since I’ve picked up such a delicious romance featuring the twin theme and mistaken identity. It is right up there with my personal favorite, Thursday’s…

Review: The Heir and the Spare by Maya Rodale

Every time I read the heroine’s name, which is Emilia Highhart, I wondered if it was a play on Amelia Earhart. Doesn’t it sound like a play on…

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