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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…

Review: Torch in the Forest by Marcie Kremer

Heroine: Eleanor of Strathcombe is a young widow, only 18, and managing her late husband’s estate. Poachers are running rampant and keep escaping into the neighboring Lord’s estate,…

Review: What a Wicked Earl Wants (The Sinful Scoundrels, Book 1) by Vicky Dreiling

Hero: The Earl of Bellingham, Lord Andrew Carrington, is a rakehell looking for a new mistress to warm his bed. No married ladies or virgins need apply. Widows…

Review: Two Sinful Secrets (The Scandalous St. Claires, Book 2) by Laurel McKee

Hero: Dominic St. Claire and his brothers continue to uphold a feud that started many years ago with the Huntingtons, involving older relatives on both sides. They brothers…

Review: Checkmate, My Lord by Tracey Devlyn

Reviewed by Zarabeth Spies! This is, in this reviewer’s humble opinion, a very tricky genre. Creating intrigue and danger can often often be a fantastic plot point for…

Get into Bed with Samantha Grace (Author Interview 2)

Keira: What little white lie inspired Miss Lavigne’s Little White Lie? Samantha Grace: The words “little white lie” in the title are meant a bit tongue-in-cheek. What seems…

Review: Catch Me a Cowboy by Katie Lane

Reviewed by Mailani A woman whose lost it all and doesn’t even know it until it’s too late… that’s Shirlene Dalton. Growing up was rough on her, but…

Review: Sunrise Point (Virgin River, Book 19) by Robyn Carr

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds This is book 19 of the “Virgin River” series. Single mother, Nora Crane, is a newcomer to Virgin River. She has two small daughters…

Review: Mad About the Boy by Suzan Battah

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Julia Mendoza is trying to avoid an ex-friend, Kelly. She bumps into a stranger and asks for a favor. Suzan has made Kelly out…

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…

Audio Review: First Comes Marriage (Huxtable Quintet, Book 1) by Mary Balogh

Narrator: I am on an audio book kick. I loved this narrator. Anne Flosnik is great! She makes the book come alive. It’s like listening to a movie…

Review: The Desires of a Countess (The Jordans, Book 3) by Jenna Petersen

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Just when she thinks everything is alright and the bad times are over, Ginny Blanchard finds that someone else wants to interfere in her…

Review: Scandalous Desires (Maiden Lane, Book 3) by Elizabeth Hoyt

Heroine: Widow Silence Hollingbrook is in a dire situation. To reclaim what she loves she must face the man who callously and cruelly used her to make a…

Review: Fortune’s Son by Emery Lee

Reviewed by Susan S. Summary: Hero, Philip Drake, is the proverbial black sheep of his family. And an embarrassing disappointment to his father, the Earl of Hastings. Philip…

Review: Lethal by Sandra Brown

Reviewed by Karin of Savvythinker Sandra Brown has a prolific imagination, and the good thing is that every book seems fresh, no re-runs. How she does it is…

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