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Review: A Promise of Spring by Mary Balogh

Review: A Promise of Spring by Mary Baloghby Keira G

Hero: Sir Peregrine “Perry” Lampman is a good guy and effortlessly charming. He’s the toast wherever he goes. He has many male friends and many female admirers. He’s the toast of most parties as everyone adores him and respects him. He’s a beta hero and is kind in a way more romance novel heroes are […]

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Review: Breaking the Rules by Melinda Dozier

Review: Breaking the Rules by Melinda Dozierby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: After an accident keeps Hope Robinson in a cast hobbling around at work, she has time to think about what she has done in her life, and whether she has made the right decisions in the past. She is the sort of woman who keeps to the rules and plays […]

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Audio Review: To Marry an Heiress (Daughters of Fortune, Book 2) by Lorraine Heath

Audio Review: To Marry an Heiress (Daughters of Fortune, Book 2) by Lorraine Heathby Keira G

Hero: Earl of Huntdon needs an heiress, which means marriage, but he won’t fall in love! Wounded before, Devon is angry and devastated to learn his heiress isn’t nearly so wealthy as he thought. The wife who was to bring much needed financial aid has now become an additional burden, Devon must shoulder. With all […]

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Get into Bed with Mia Marlowe (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Mia Marlowe (Author Interview)by Keira G

Mia Marlowe Interview, Co-Author of Sins of the Highlander with Connie Mason Keira: You worked with Connie Mason on Sins of the Highlander, so I have to know, is it easier or harder to write with a partner? Did either of you ever want the story to go one way, but couldn’t take it there […]

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Review: Until There Was You by Kristan Higgins

Review: Until There Was You by Kristan Higginsby Keira G

Heroine: (Cordelia) Posey Osterhagen might be the plain adopted daughter, but she’s well-loved both at work, at home, and by her Little Sister (from the youth mentoring organization). If only that translated into her love life, but the boyfriend she’s got doesn’t want to go to the next level, preferring to have sex dates instead […]

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Review: The Vampire Next Door by Ashlyn Chase

Review: The Vampire Next Door by Ashlyn Chaseby Susan S.

by Susan S., guest reviewer Strange Neighbors Trilogy: Book Three Summary: Sylvestro (Sly) Flores (hero) and Morgaine Marlowe (heroine) have been friends for almost a decade. They’ve had their reasons for not pursuing a relationship. He’s a vampire. She’s a witch. Sly’s also a widower who loved his late wife dearly; while Morgaine was a […]

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Review: Courting Miss Hattie by Pamela Morsi

Review: Courting Miss Hattie by Pamela Morsiby Keira G

First off, thank you to Katiebabs for recommending this book in her post, Those Wonderful Comfort Reads. It’s taken me a while to acquire my own copy, but boy oh boy was it worth the wait. This novel is definitely one of those where you wonder why you never heard of it sooner! The biggest […]

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Review: Siren’s Call by Devyn Quinn

Review: Siren’s Call by Devyn Quinnby Susan S.

by Susan S., guest reviewer A mystical tale of magick-wielding Mers, a lost civilization, and an evil queen hell-bent on destruction; escapism at its finest! Siren’s Call is the first installment from Ms. Quinn’s Dark Tides Series. Off the coast of Maine on Little Mer Island, there’s a mermaid named Tessa Lonike, heroine. Tessa has […]

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