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Give Me the Child

If you're a fan of psychological thrillers, you're living in the perfect era. It seems like a new thriller with a shocki ...

Cross Check

The first book I ever read by Kelly Jamieson, Shut Out, didn’t sit very well with me. I’m happy to say that the seco ...

Gather the Daughters

Dystopian novels are a dime a dozen these days, but Jennie Melamed’s début novel, Gather the Daughters, is anything b ...

Too Scot to Handle

Miss Anwen Windham is on the board of directors of the House for Wayward Urchins, a school and home for orphaned boys wh ...

Worth the Wait

According to a recent Facebook post by author Lori Foster, Worth the Wait is her 100th unique story, which is an amazing ...

Simply Love (#91 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance review originally published on August 16, 2006 It’s been some time now since I had a good cry ...

Jennifer Wilck on why she writes diverse characters

When it comes to reading romance, most of us are looking for escape from our everyday lives. We don’t want to deal with our work stress, politics, crazy families or our to-do lists. Personally, while I always find a way, ultimately, to laugh at the crazy antics of my two teenaged girls, sometimes, I want a break from the eye rolls, attitude and emotional angst. When we do read books with those things, we like to see characters who solve [...]

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