• Feature & Giveaway: Barefoot in Pearls by Roxanne St. Claire

  • Review: Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James

  • Review: A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest

  • Review: Tall, Dark and Royal by Vanessa Kelly

  • Review: An Oath Taken by Diana Cosby

  • Review: Tempting Will McGlashen by Liz Everly

  • Review: Christmas at Thorncliff Towers by Marina Myles

  • Review: Wicked Deeds on a Winter’s Night by Kresley Cole

  • Review: The Rake’s Handbook: Including Field Guide by Sally Orr

  • Review: Bound by Ink by Marcella Burnard

Dec 12
Feature & Giveaway: Barefoot in Pearls by Roxanne St. Claire

Feature & Giveaway: Barefoot in Pearls by Roxanne St. Claire

Excerpt He wasn’t handsome, not in any conventional way. Just rough and dark with heavy whiskers over a jaw that looked like it might have met a few fists in its day. His nose was a little off center and maybe broken once or twice. His chest and shoulders dwarfed her, with… Read more »

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Dec 11
Review: Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James

Review: Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James

Courtesy of Net Galley Jane Austen’s First Love by Syrie James is a wonderful glimpse into what Jane may have been like as a teenager. I may not be as huge a fan of Jane Austen as many readers are, but I do enjoy reading her novels from time to… Read more »

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Dec 10
Review: A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest

Review: A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest

A Shade of Vampire by Bella Forrest is an engaging story that has a little bit of everything – romance, horror, adventure – and is sure to keep you reading through to the very end. It is a novella length story that sets the stage for the series and future… Read more »

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Dec 05
Review:  Tall, Dark and Royal by Vanessa Kelly

Review: Tall, Dark and Royal by Vanessa Kelly

Dominic Hunter is a relentless magistrate with a mission – a mission to track down the illegitimate children of England’s Royal Princes and help them get their due.  Unbeknownst to most though was the fact a portion of his search was also extremely personal for Dominic. After fourteen years not… Read more »

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Dec 04
Review:  An Oath Taken by Diana Cosby

Review: An Oath Taken by Diana Cosby

As the new castellan sent by the English king to rebuild Ravenmoor Castle on the Scottish border, Sir Nicholas Beringer was faced with a daunting task. The last castellan sent by the English king, had not only raped, pillaged and even stolen from the king, lining his own pockets. It… Read more »

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Dec 03
Review:  Tempting Will McGlashen by Liz Everly

Review: Tempting Will McGlashen by Liz Everly

Plans had been made a long time ago where Mathilde Miller would one day marry Joshua Bowman, a long time family friend from Pennsylvania.  Years later since her family moved away from Pennsylvania, Mathilde loved her life cooking at her family’s inn on the Virginia frontier.  When her father hired… Read more »

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Nov 29
Review:  Christmas at Thorncliff Towers by Marina Myles

Review: Christmas at Thorncliff Towers by Marina Myles

CHRISTMAS AT THORNCLIFF TOWERS is short novella about Karina Petri, a gypsy witch who dearly misses her best friend and love Constantin.  Some years ago, when hunger had led her to try to steal food for the starving Gypsy camp she involved Constantin’s brother Viktor in her scheme.  As a… Read more »

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Nov 27
Review: Wicked Deeds on a Winter’s Night by Kresley Cole

Review: Wicked Deeds on a Winter’s Night by Kresley Cole

Bowen MacRieve of the Lykae clan was practically destroyed when his chosen mate was killed before they were ever wed.  He has been like a zombie for over 180 years blaming himself for her death and has searched high and low for the means to bring her back.  Bowen entered… Read more »

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Nov 26
Review: The Rake’s Handbook: Including Field Guide by Sally Orr

Review: The Rake’s Handbook: Including Field Guide by Sally Orr

On a dare, Ross Thornbury, considered a rake by some authored THE RAKE’S HANDBOOK.  Since then he has been publicly condemned by the ladies of the ton, and privately revered by the gentlemen.  Unfortunately for Ross his notoriety is preventing him from gaining an important approval of his plans to… Read more »

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Nov 24
Review: Bound by Ink by Marcella Burnard

Review: Bound by Ink by Marcella Burnard

When Officer Steve Corvane calls Isa Romanchzyk for help, the situation is always dicey. This time, however, the magical surges are impacting the entire city of Seattle as a Live Ink is pulling free of the human housing it. Unfortunately, this won’t be the last incident of Live Ink pulling… Read more »

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