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Everything for You

Everything for You – book five in Chloe Liese’s Bergman Brothers series – is the first entry in that series to feature a same sex couple and is also the author’s first m/m romance. As I haven’t read anything by Ms. Liese before, I decided to rectify that by picking it up for review.  It ...

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Forget You Know Me

Forget You Know Me is the latest offering from author Jessica Strawser. It's a book that can't be easily categorized, but it's one I'm definitely glad I picked up. Molly and Liza used to be the best of friends. In fact, there was once a time when neither woman could imagine life without the other ...

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Winner Takes All

Blake Carpenter was at the top of his game as a professional football player when trusting the wrong people led to it all crumbling around him. Now he’s moved back to his hometown to coach the high school football program and is none too happy about it. Annabelle Turner knows all about why Blake i ...

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Damaged Goods

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 syno ...

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When Beauty Tamed the Beast (#63 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

In When Beauty Tamed the Beast, Eloisa James’ second fairy tale based novel, our hero is Dr. Gregory House, the TV doctor with the crotchety brilliant medical mind. OK, so our hero isn’t actually Gregory House. He’s Piers Yelverton, the Earl of Marchant, and he practices his snarky, deductive ...

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Miss Emmaline and the Archangel

Rachel Lee has made Conard County, Wyoming her own little corner of the world. The cast of characters who live there - Nate Tate the sheriff, Maude at the diner, Reverend Fromberg at the Community Church, have become old and dear friends and I eagerly await each book so I can see them again. I ha ...

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Absolute Trouble

New Orleans and the Cajun country of Louisiana, are the background for Michelle Jerott's Golden Heart Award-winning book, Absolute Trouble, and a wonderful book it is. Absolute Trouble has a wounded heroine, a bad boy hero, a drug-dealing slug of a villain, and some great supporting characters. Mix ...