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Review: Cynders and Ashe by Elizabeth Boyle

Review: Cynders and Ashe by Elizabeth Boyleby Keira G

Heroine: Ella Cynders is a companion for a young lady in love with a gentleman, whom her family doesn’t approve. Ella agrees to switch places with her charge during a masked ball to allow the young couple to elope. That night she dances in the arms of her fairytale prince… the Viscount Ashe. It’s true […]

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Review: Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever by Julia Quinn

Review: Secret Diaries of Miss Miranda Cheever by Julia Quinnby Keira G

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 would be a beautiful as she was smart when she was older) sang in her young heart. She was used to being bullied by her peers for […]

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

Review: The Lady in Question (Effingtons, Book 7) by Victoria Alexanderby Keira G

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 as a complete shock to everyone when it is Delia who invokes a scandal by running off and marrying a rake. Before society can get over the […]

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Review: Sweet Deception (Veiled Seduction, Book 2) by Heather Snow

Review: Sweet Deception (Veiled Seduction, Book 2) by Heather Snowby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Location: Derbyshire, June 1817 Derick Aveline is the Viscount Scarsdale. He’s come back to his family’s estate, White Peak. He’s steps into Aveline Castle and is greeted to some strange goings-on. Emma Wallingford has a past history with Derick. He has an endearing nickname for her that you will just have […]

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More Than Meets the Eye

More Than Meets the Eyeby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Stefanie Sloane, author of The Saint Who Stole My Heart The first appearance of the phrase “you can’t judge a book by its cover” can be found in “Murder In The East Room,” a mystery published in 1946. I’m guessing that the authors, Edward Rolfe and Lester Fuller, had no idea one […]

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Review: Worth Any Price by Lisa Kleypas

Review: Worth Any Price by Lisa Kleypasby Keira G

This story by Kleypas is an exciting adventure from start to finish. It all starts with a manhunt… or should I say a woman-hunt? Nick Gentry is looking for the wily Charlotte Howard. He has a small portrait of her in his pocket and his brother-in-law’s backing to get him into the Earl of Westcliff’s […]

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Review: Too Scandalous to Wed by Alexandra Benedict

Review: Too Scandalous to Wed by Alexandra Benedictby Keira G

Alexandra Benedict’s novel Too Scandalous to Wed flirts with disaster and happily ever after at every turn. A strong wind could not tumble the stack of fantasies Henrietta has built around Sebastian, Viscount Ravenswood, or could it? Sebastian does not want to be the hero of Henrietta’s dreams, he doesn’t want the little hoyden at […]

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Review: Compromised by Kate Noble

Review: Compromised by Kate Nobleby Keira G

One word: charming. Two words: engaging hilarity. Three words: sparkling/sparking chemistry. Most decidedly, Compromised, is a great way to kick off your summer reading. Kate Noble engages readers with narrative that is tongue-in-cheek. Part of the narrative reads third person omniscient and part is third person lead-centric as we are use to in romance. It […]

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