Why you don’t have to like sports to love them (or sports romance!) by Sara Rider

One of my earliest childhood sports memories is the day I found out my dad was taking my brother to watch the Winnipeg Jets. Without me. To say I was jealous would be a massive [...]

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Midtown Masters

I have to applaud Cara McKenna for her ability to write such a different story with every book of hers that I’ve read, ...

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A Piece of the World

A Piece of the World tells the story of Christina Olson, a physically disabled woman who spends her entire life in a sma ...

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Royally Matched

Sometimes I want to read a decadent, implausible love story that is pure entertainment , and nothing satisfies this crav ...

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A Lady's Code of Misconduct

I find that when we speak of romance, it's easy to fall into judging a book based on whether or not we think the main ch ...

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Dragon Springs Road

My experience with books set in China has not been stellar – I've read too many authors who seem only interested in tr ...

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Everything's Coming Up Rosie

A DIKlassic Review originally published on October 22, 2006 Book reviewing can be a challenging job, and the books the ...
Midtown Masters by Cara McKenna

I have to applaud Cara McKenna for her ability to write such a different story with every book of hers that I’ve read, even when the premises are similar. She seems to reinvent with each new novel, which I don’t think is easy in the romance genre, particularly with erotica. Midtown Masters completely enamored me in a way its two predecessors did not, feeling deeply romantic and sweet for a ménage book, even as it was totally hot. Suzy and Meyer have been earning money by having sex via w ...
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