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We gave this HOT romance at B+. Our reviewer wrote: I liked the characters very much, and I loved the build of desire and tension between them. Anna Campbell has a lush style that isn’t flowery and I’d really love to see her tackle a long, sweeping story that would give her scope to stretch her wings. While not perfect, this is still one of the best historical romances I’ve read this year.

It’s on sale for 1.99 here.


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In our B review, we said: Set on Crete during the days of the Roman Republic, A Noble Captive by Michelle Styles was definitely an unusual historical and largely an enjoyable one as well.

It’s on sale for fifty cents here.

This is a flawed book but I personally adore the chemistry between the two very smart leads (OK, fine. I love the sex scenes.) In our review we wrote: The actual storyline here isn’t all that surprising or unexpected – to put it simply, as gothic-tinged plots go, it’s a serviceable one involving an innocent young governess, a child at risk, and the sexy member of the family to whom the governess can’t help but be attracted. But, if the plot isn’t really anything to write home about, I’m happy to report that the love scenes are. Ms. Raney has a real knack for conveying the fun of great sex and, even better, it always felt as if it was really Beatrice and Devlen making love instead of those interchangeable sex machines found far too often in the kind of love scenes most of us eventually end up skimming.

It’s on sale for 1.99 here.

Looking for a good Medieval? This one has a 4.3 out of five rating at Amazon. The blurb says this:

Virtuous Joan de Laurent is fated never to marry. Three betrothals, each ending in the groom’s death, have convinced her she’s cursed! Others believe it, too, avoiding her and crossing themselves as she passes by. Were she not the daughter of an earl, they might have accused her of witchcraft.

But only her hand in marriage can help darkly brooding Irish prince Ronan win back his fortress. To break the curse, Joan must risk all to spend one forbidden night with the royal warrior . . .

It’s on sale for 1.99 here.


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