Vampire

Audio Review: Conversion (Conversion, Book 1) by S.C. Stephens

Audio Review: Conversion (Conversion, Book 1) by S.C. Stephensby Keira

Hero: Teren Adams is a gorgeous twenty-something year old architect who just so happens to be part vampire. He really wants things to work with Emma and can’t believe she’s still with him after the dropping the news of his vampirism. He’s terrified of her meeting his family – because they’re pushing for babies and […]

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Review: The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla (Pink Carnation, Book 11) by Lauren Willig

Review: The Mark of the Midnight Manzanilla (Pink Carnation, Book 11) by Lauren Willigby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Make sure to read the Prologue because it prepares the reader for the first chapter. Sally Fitzhugh is at an evening soirée and she has an interesting discussion with friends.  Lucien, the Duke of Belliston, has a late night visitor and they have an interesting discussion – there’s no way you […]

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Heroes Who Think They’re Villains

Heroes Who Think They’re Villainsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Saloni Quinby, author of Fangs and Floggers (Weapons of Redemption) Although I love many different types of characters, my favorites are the redeemed villain and the antihero. There’s nothing more intriguing than a man or woman with a murky past who at some point in their story, manages to do the right […]

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Review: Bite Me Your Grace by Brooklyn Ann

Review: Bite Me Your Grace by Brooklyn Annby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This story takes place in 1821, London. Angelica Winthrop’s mother threw away her favorite book. If you’re interested, the book actually exists and you can find information at A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. She’s an independent woman during a period in time where most women did not act like […]

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Review: Avalon Revisited by O.M. Grey

Review: Avalon Revisited by O.M. Greyby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Vampires in fiction can be from any time period, newly made; older than time itself, but Arthur Tudor is one of the older kind who has hidden his vampire existence from the public for many long years. While on an airship, he meets a vampire slayer to be just too good […]

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What Makes a Romantic Couple Work?

What Makes a Romantic Couple Work?by Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Gabrielle Bisset, author of Blood Spirit Thanks so much for having me at Love, Romance, Passion blog today! What a great name for a blog! I’m celebrating the release of the third book in my Sons of Navarus series, Blood Spirit, and the celebration doesn’t stop until the last day of October. […]

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Review: Blood Stone (Blood Knot, Book 2) by Tracy Cooper-Posey

Review: Blood Stone (Blood Knot, Book 2) by Tracy Cooper-Poseyby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Heartthrob Vamp 1: Roman: He has a rich history going back to the sixteenth century Scottish highlands, but Kate knows him as Adrian, and he is already someone she thinks she knows very well, and seems to trust, though Adrian is also an effortless heartthrob type who doesn’t seem to have […]

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Dark Hero or Creepy Psycho: Vampires in Contemporary Romance

Dark Hero or Creepy Psycho: Vampires in Contemporary Romanceby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Kenya Wright, author of Fire Baptized and The Burning Bush Last month, to my husband’s dismay, I bought all of the contemporary romances on the New York Times Bestseller list. Usually, I only read paranormal romance, but I decided to explore other genres. What I discovered shocked me. It was an interesting […]

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