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Review: Ravishing the Heiress (Fitzhugh Trilogy, Book 2) by Sherry Thomas

Hero: Fitzhugh is an impoverished Earl, who recently inherited his earldom. If he doesn’t wed for money he and his family will be doomed to live in poverty…

Review: Her Prodigal Passion (Mayhem in Mayfair, Book 4) by Grace Callaway

Hero: Paul Fines would love to reclaim his fortune through prizefighting. He’s good at boxing and thinks he could make it work. But everybody remembers his disgrace through…

Review: Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever by Julia Quinn

Heroine: Miranda Cheever has loved Nigel Bevelstoke since she was 10 years old when he kissed her hand. As a young girl, his words of wisdom (that she…

Review: Secrets of Seduction (Legendary Lovers, Book 3) by Nicole Jordan

Hero: The Earl of Hawkhurst loved and lost his first wife and child in a fire that also left him scarred. He buried his grief by working for…

Audio Review: The Naked Earl (Naked Nobility, Book 4) by Sally Mackenzie

Hero: The Earl of Westbrooke, Robert “Robbie” Hamilton, has no trouble getting “it” up. No, the problem lies in keeping “it” up. This road block is tied to…

Audio Review: The Husband Hunt (Madison Sisters, Book 3) by Lynsay Sands

Heroine: Lisa Madison wants to get married and she wants to be married to Robert Langley, her best friend’s older brother. However he’s clueless. He does not see…

Review: The Secret of Ella and Micha by Jessica Sorensen

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Ella and Michel have always been the best of friends since childhood, but one night changes everything and Ella leaves Micha for a new…

Review: Mockingjay (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 3) by Suzanne Collins

Brief Overview: 13 Districts rebelled against the Capitol. 1 was supposedly destroyed while 12 suffered under a harsh treaty for 75 years. Now we’re back at the beginning…

Review: Catching Fire (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 2) by Suzanne Collins

Brief Overview: Against all odds, Katniss and Peeta survived the Hunger Games and became the first ever dual victory. A little hope is a good thing, but too…

Review: The Wolf Who Loved Me by Lydia Dare

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Regency Werewolf Trilogy, Book One Have you ever wished for something you’ll never have? Like that Lamborghini Countach, or the eight bedroom beachside…

Review: The Hunger Games (Hunger Games Trilogy, Book 1) by Suzanne Collins

Brief Overview: Roman  Gladiators + Lord of the Flies = The Hunger Games. Panem is a dystopian society that runs on suppression,  fear, and death matches. 13 Districts rebelled…

Review: On the First Night of Christmas by Heidi Rice

Sum It Up: Sexy, spicy, naughty, and fun! Heroine: Cassie needs to get out of her slump. One cheating ex-fiancé and one passionless college boyfriend are the cause…

Review: Tall, Dark and Disreputable by Deb Marlowe

Setup: Portia Tofton was rejected once by adventure seeking Mateo Cardea when their fathers tried to arrange a match. He runs all the way to another continent to…

Get into Bed with Deb Marlowe (Author Interview 2)

Keira: So ouch – your heroine in Tall, Dark and Disreputable has loved the hero from girlhood. How were you inspired to create this unrequited love match? What…

Review: Never Miss a Chance (Kellington Series, Book 2) by Maureen Driscoll

Heroine: Lady Elizabeth Kellington is a bluestocking interested in women’s rights. Not a good idea for a Regency England heroine even if she’s a duke’s daughter. Scandal reaches…

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