• Review: Furious Nomad Outlaws Trilogy Book 3

    Moody is a biker that is hard, cold, and with a 'devil may care' attitude. He sees women only as a means of release. His life is a lonely one but scars from his past have built walls until a sassy red head bartender pushes him to his limits. Bailey just...

  • Review: An Heiress in Disguise The Royal Family Book 4

    I liked "An Heiress in Disguise", but caveat to those who like their historicals more on the side of historically accurate - this is definitely all fun and romping around and historical mores are pretty much tossed out the window as far as I can tell....

  • Review: Perfect Day

    I loved this m/m contemporary romance book. I have a feeling this will end up on my Top 10 books of 2018. "Perfect Day" is a m/m retelling of Jane Austen's "Persuasion". You do not have to have read "Persuasion" to enjoy this book. The author takes the...

  • Review: The Fixer The Criminals Book 2

    “The Fixer” by Erin M. Leaf centers around Zero, whose gritty and dangerous life as a fixer intersects with Justin, whose favor for his mom develops into a life-changing situation. Despite their apparent differences, the two men make a connection, but...

  • Review: Saddle Up Clean Slate Ranch

    "Saddle Up" is a beautiful story of first love and second chances. Reyes just wants to forget his past and look toward his future, but his ex keeps popping up and making his life difficult. His ex was controlling and abusive and is determined to get Reyes...

  • Review: Witchbane

    “Witchbane” by Morgan Brice is a dark action-packed and erotic tale featuring two main characters who each has had to overcome a troubled past to reach this point in life. Those who are squeamish should be advised that this is a gritty story with a fair...

  • Article: Paranormal Romance & Quiet Time

    September…summer’s over and the kids are back in school. As much as I hate to see summer pass I LOVE the fall. Back to school time means a set schedule and bed time for the kid- which means more quiet time for me to read at night. Plus Fall...

  • Article: How to Create “Real” Characters

    Characters in your head are not real people , no matter what a platitude typed in Corsiva font scrolled across a picture of a quill tells you. They are not people, and they don’t do anything you don’t make them do. To think otherwise is to...

  • Article: Diversity and Inclusion In Romance Books

    Romance Writers of America descended on Denver, CO July 18 – 21, 2018. Two of the main topics of discussion were diversity and inclusion with an emphasis on authors from underrepresented populations having a seat at the table AND a voice during...

  • Article: Book vs Movie: Maze Runner | The Death Cure

    When James Dashner first introduced Thomas in the first Maze Runner young adult book in 2009, the amnesic boy had no idea that he was being held for experiments, all in the name of finding a cure for the human race. But that was the crazy road of the...

  • Review: How (Not) to Marry a Duke

    This contemporary romance novel starts off really well with two people ready to play a role that they not only don’t want but aren’t sure how to play. The characters of Ashford and Jemma are well done and believable for the most part. However, Ashford’s...

  • Review: Shattered Silence Echo Falls

    Hiding in plain sight is the first thing that popped into my head when thinking of this romantic suspense book. Two reasons for that is Rachel is hiding among the Amish, plain people, and she is out and about with them if you know to look. But, this story...

  • Review: Unexpected Love: Grace & Griffin Black Swan Book 3

    KaLyn Cooper delivers delightful action and sensual situations with this fast paced romantic suspense. Griffin and Grace are that wonderful combination of so much in common and yet also so many differences and watching these two intelligent people navigate...

  • Review: The Phantom Tree

    Next up for review, a lovely timeslip historical fiction novel with a romance. I quite enjoyed this book. I took it slow when reading it as the lives of the characters were so fascinating. Historical fiction author Nicola Cornick spins us from the present...

  • Review: Hitman Wedding Bad Boy Inc. Book 4

    Darren and Francesca are not strangers and in fact were lovers. But Darren doesn't really meet Francesca until she shows up in his life after leaving him. He was ready to pop the question and convinced she was taken from him, but the truth hurts and he's...

  • Review: Flashfire The Dragonfire Novels Book 8

    Magician dragon shifter Lorenzo is dismayed when he has his firestorm, which means his destined mate is in the audience. He is nearing his last show and plans on disappearing and starting a new life. He can't resist her though. Cassie Redmond is something...

  • Review: Through the Fire Rocky Mountain K9 Unit, #4

    "Through the Fire" was a very interesting romantic suspense read. I was glad to see characters from past books as well. I loved seeing more of Sam and watching him develop. His relationship with Kit was something to see. He’s had so much happen in his...

  • Review: Tough Luck Cowboy Crossroads Ranch, #2

    The blurb not only gave me a broad outline of the book but it also build my expectations about it. The one who got away / second chance romance is among the tropes that I love. If nothing, it’s the implied state that the characters have met and known...

  • Review: The Duke With the Dragon Tattoo Victorian Rebels

    Kerrigan Byrne knows adventure and she takes her readers along for a fascinating journey with this historical romance. The Rook and Lorelei seemed to be destined for one another and it was a definite joy watching the two of them come to terms with their...

  • Review: Dagger's Edge A Brute Force Novel, #2

    "Dagger’s Edge" was an adventure of fear, anger, chaos and finding out who you truly are. After a traumatic incident Syn disappeared and started a new life. She thought the danger was over, she thought she was safe, but nothing prepared her for what happened...

  • Review: An Earl Like You The Wagers of Sin, #2

    Heiress Eliza Cross is a plain spinster who has accepted her fate to never be married. Hugh Devereaux, Earl of Hastings, has inherited a large amount of debt. Eliza’s father offers Hugh help to pay off the debt...if Hugh married his daughter. By the time...

  • Review: Quintus Immortals of New Orleans Book 9

    Deeply seductive, sultry, passionate, and darkly sexy is this thrill ride of a read. "Quintus: Immortals of New Orleans Book 9" by Kym Grosso has written a great vampire romance and thrill ride. She takes the reader on quite the journey that leaves the...

  • Article: Fate or Free-will?

    I began my writing career in the niche sub-genre of magical-realism romance. Such books are usually set in the real world with real-to-life characters, but they also contain undercurrents of magic, otherworldliness, and fantastical elements. So what does...

  • Article: Visit Rainwater, Texas

    Hi Romance Readers! R U Ready for a contemporary romance book series? Geri Foster is stopping over to share a romance book excerpt with y'all. When it Rains is book two in the series. For those who want to start with book one, check out Promise of Rain...

  • Article: Real-Life Fire Lookouts

    Hi Romance Readers! Today we have romantic suspense author Katie Ruggle stopping over to share some history with us. For her romantic suspense book Through the Fire she did some really interesting research connected to fire lookouts. We encourage romance...

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