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Dreaming of Antigone

Sometimes you read a book and immediately feel the need to go and tell everyone about it, whether it’s just that good or just that bad. Other times, you finish a story and need to digest it for a while, like a fine meal. Dreaming of Antigone definitely needed time to digest - while the story is in ...

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Worth It All

The latest in Claudia Connor’s series starring the McKinney brothers gives us the story of Jake “JT” McKinney, the youngest sibling and the sole family member on the west coast. Fans of the series and of family-oriented romance are sure to fall in love with JT and his romance with single mom P ...

A
The Things We Keep

I've heard good things about the writing of Sally Hepworth, but it was not until The Things We Keep was released that I felt compelled to try one of her books for myself. Ms. Hepworth is one of those authors who transports her readers out of their own lives and into the lives of her characters. Narr ...

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The Mad Earl's Bride

I’ve said before that it takes a truly gifted author to turn out a novella which gives the reader the same degree of satisfaction upon finishing as can be found on the completion of a full-length novel, and I suppose the fact that this one is by Loretta Chase should be recommendation enough. At ...

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Dearest Rogue

While I’ve enjoyed all the books in Elizabeth Hoyt’s Maiden Lane series, Dearest Rogue has been the one I’ve most eagerly anticipated. In fact, it’s one of my most highly anticipated books of 2015. Perhaps that’s a little unusual, considering this is the eighth book in a long-running serie ...

B+
The Companion Contract

I occasionally need a break from standard romance fare. I love small town romances and romantic suspense with cops chasing baddies. I love wagering dukes and possessive wolf shifters. But conventional romance hasn’t been doing it for me lately. So I picked up a book about a porn star who signs a c ...

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The Sense of Darkness

In a rural Latin American village called Sabana, Trinidad Torralvo and her sister Ines grew up alongside a young man named Victor, who is kidnapped by guerrillas. Fast forward a few years through Ines’s love story (just a few pages at the hectic pace of this book), and Ines’s daughter Clara is b ...

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Prospero's Daughter

Prospero’s Daughter is a beautifully written and tender love story with an underlying message about the need for acceptance and unconditional love which is both powerful and sensitively delivered. Morgan Pearce has recently sold his commission and returned to England to work with his ailing un ...

B
Hard Time

Lately I've craved stories that are different. I periodically feel the need to leave my comfort zone. Thus I decided to read this romance between a prison employee and an inmate. I am so glad I did as I found an engaging story that was difficult to put down. Inmate number 802267 catches the eye o ...

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Mambo in Chinatown

A delightful mix of The Ugly Duckling and Cinderella, this story is in many ways a modern day fairytale. The best part is that our heroine is not just a passive good girl waiting for her Prince to come rescue her. She sets out to find something better for herself and along the way is fortunate enoug ...