The Spare by Miranda Dubner

The Spare by Miranda Dubner

I’m not a royal-watcher, and as a rule, I’m not a fan of royal romances.  Of those I’ve read (and that isn’t a large number) the only one that really worked for me was Lilah Pace’s His Royal Secret/His Royal Favorite duology, and a big part of that was because the author had taken care to…

Girl Gone Viral by Alisha Rai

Girl Gone Viral by Alisha Rai

Girl Gone Viral is fluffy and substantive, emotional and trenchant, sad and joyful. It’s a lovely feast of human emotions that will fill the reader’s heart with gladness. Ex-model Katrina King is a romantic at heart; a romantic who keeps mainly to herself, content to maintain comforting routines in her rich widowhood.   She spends most…

Sweet Talker by Robin Bielman

Sweet Talker by Robin Bielman

Sweet Talker is one of those good-but-kinda-flawed romances.  Imperfect though it may be, it’s still enjoyable enough to earn a light recommendation. Jetsetting entrepreneur Ethan Auprince has a good life.  A loving brother to single brothers Finn (hero of book one in the series) and Drew (hero of the as-yet-unreleased book three), and owner of…

Dangerous Promise by Megan Hart

Dangerous Promise by Megan Hart

Megan Hart is best known for writing erotica and erotic romances so I already know from past experience to expect some high quality sex scenes in her writing.  However Dangerous Promise goes in a whole new direction than her previous books. The first in a futuristic sci-fi romance series entitled The Protector, it’s an intense…

Bodyguard by Jessica Linden

James Patterson’s new Bookshots line (a fancy name for novellas) promises ‘Under 150 pages; Under $5, Impossible To Put Down’ and ‘Life Moves Fast, Books Should Too’. They are available currently in two categories – thriller and romance and can be read on any electronic device.  Bodyguard by Jessica Linden is one of the new…

Badlands by Jill Sorenson

I cut my teeth on historicals and romantic suspense, so I always enjoy an excuse to dive back into either of these subgenres.  I’d read all but one of the books in Jill Sorenson’s Aftershock series and inexplicably the one I’d neglected was the one that intrigued me most. Badlands reunites Owen Jackson and Penny…

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