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Damaged Goods

The first novel in Ainslie Paton’s Sidelined series, Offensive Behavior, generated a lot of positive reviews and atten ...

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Don't Tempt Me

Don’t Tempt Me is in many ways a typical Lori Foster book.  Chronicling salacious going-ons in a small-town setting ...

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Hell Breaks Loose

Hell Breaks Loose is the second story in the Devil's Rock series that features a group of convicts who find romance afte ...

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Dirty for Me

Dirty For Me is the first story in Jackie Ashenden's new Motor City Royals series, set on the gritty streets of Detroit. ...

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Roller Girl

I can’t believe I read this 150-pages-long book in one day. I never do that. So Roller Girl is definitely a page turne ...

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The Iron Rose

A DIKlassic review Attention, readers in search of an exciting historical with a lush love story: have I got a book for ...
Damaged Goods by Ainslie Paton

The first novel in Ainslie Paton’s Sidelined series, Offensive Behavior, generated a lot of positive reviews and attention last year. Though I haven't yet had a chance to read it, when I heard that the second book, Damaged Goods (also a standalone) would be released soon, I took a look at the synopsis. I was immediately intrigued by this statement:  This is the story of a man who can’t get it up and a woman who’s never gotten it on. It definitely succeeds in catching one's attention– th ...

Talking with Lenora Bell at #RWA16

July 29th, 2016|0 Comments


Lenora Bell was remarkably sunny for a woman who’d flown across the world–she lives in Switzerland–to attend RWA, arrived, and found her luggage had been lost en route. Especially given that, after RWA, she was headed to a small town in Alaska–she grew up there–for a family wedding. Her suitcase–lost most likely in the London airport–was full of Swiss chocolate and other spoilable treats she’d plan to give out at RWA and share with her family at the wedding and, of course, all her clothes. Trust me when I tell you Lenora is the type of fashion maven […]