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“Romance and sisterhood fill these pages”
Sisters of Summer’s End
by Lori Foster
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 5, 2019

Joy Lee works at Cooper’s Charm, having been abandoned by an ex and her wealthy parents. She has devoted herself to her son’s Read more.

“His master or his lady . he will free them both!”
Darkness Returns
by Alexandra Ivy
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 5, 2019

Chiron has lived his life outside of the Guardian’s order, a rebel vampire with a cause. He is seeking the whereabouts of his master Read more.

“Follow the rules or win the woman?”
The Rookie
by Abigail Owen
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 5, 2019

Aiden Paytah has spent his life proving himself in a world where familial ties mean everything. This dragon shifter firefighter has finally earned a place Read more.

“Blow your mind finale!”
Darkness Rising
by Katie Reus
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 5, 2019

Reaper comes out of a long hibernation into a world that is changed, but the first thing he sees is Greer a healer/dragon shifter Read more.

“He finds his perfect match, but can he keep her alive!”
Shadow Warrior
by Christine Feehan
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 5, 2019

Vittorio Ferraro is a member of a family of shadow riders. He knows his duty; his loyalty is unquestionable. He will throw himself in front Read more.

“She was a captive now her hero is captivated!”
Wolf Rain
by Nalini Singh
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted June 4, 2019

Memory Aven-Rose had been kidnapped and held captive since she was eight years old by a psychopath named Renault, who had killed her mother Read more.

“What will she do when the EARL NEXT DOOR captures her heart?”
The Earl Next Door
by Amelia Grey
Reviewed by Kim Roller
Posted June 4, 2019

She’s opening a girls boarding school with her two friends. Adeline, Lady Wake is a widow who doesn’t want to remarry after her Read more.

“The very definition of stellar writing”
How To Ruin A Duke
by Grace Burrowes, Theresa Romain
Reviewed by Monique Daoust
Posted June 3, 2019

RHAPSODY FOR TWO by Theresa Romain A scandalous satire on the Duke of Emory, HOW TO RUIN A DUKE, has London all aflutter Read more.

“Crazy good and a perfect choice for a fun beach read!”
by L.P. Maxa
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted June 3, 2019

PIRACY is the sixth book in L.P. Maxa’s RiffRaff Records series Read more.

“A divine dose of murder and mayhem in 1920s London!”
Murder at Archly Manor
by Sara Rosett
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted June 3, 2019

MURDER AT ARCHLY MANOR is the first book in Sara Rosett’s High Society Lady Read more.

“A new twist to one of the most chilling crimes in history.”
We Were Killers Once
by Becky Masterman
Reviewed by Magdalena Johansson
Posted June 3, 2019

Truman Capote’s masterpiece IN COLD BLOOD was based on the brutal killings of a family in Holcomb, Kansas. Perry Smith and Dick Hickok were Read more.

“Manolos, Money, and Manhattan. a flirty fling of a novel!”
Passion on Park Avenue
by Lauren Layne
Reviewed by Danielle Dresser
Posted May 28, 2019

Naomi Powell avoids going to the unexpected funeral of her deceased lover by escaping to Central Park, but she never thinks she’ll see his Read more.

“A hunk with heart and a great story!”
Smooth Moves
by Marie Harte
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted May 28, 2019

SMOOTH MOVES is the second book in Marie Harte’s Veteran Movers series. Marie Harte is the queen Read more.

“A writers’ conference can be dangerous. “
Foul Play on Words
by Becky Clark
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted May 28, 2019

Charlemagne “Charlee” Russo arrives in Portland ready for the Stumptown Writers’ Conference. She hasn’t seen the conference organizer and her friend, Viv, in a Read more.

“Does she love the duke or not, in this warm contemporary romance. “
Smitten by the Brit
by Melonie Johnson
Reviewed by Clare O’Beara
Posted May 28, 2019

Bonnie Blythe and Theo Wharton are two of the side characters featured in GETTING HOT WITH THE SCOT

“A wedding, two wolf shifters, and danger = amazing read.”
SEAL Wolf Surrender
by Terry Spear
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted May 28, 2019

It’s strange how weddings seem to bring together people who are reluctant and not actively looking. Natalie Silverton arrives in Denver to attend her Read more.

“When a TV talk show host meets an Internet prankster, sparks fly!”
Getting Hot with the Scot
by Melonie Johnson
Reviewed by Clare O’Beara
Posted May 28, 2019

Pop Culture reporter Cassie Crow from Chicago is on a tour of Scotland with her best friends. After having a few too many whiskys, she Read more.

“An engaging WWII story involving guilty secrets, hope, and forgiveness!”
The Sky Above Us
by Sarah Sundin
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted May 28, 2019

For most of her life growing up in Kansas, Violet Lindstrom believes her life’s mission is to be a missionary in Africa, but that Read more.

“Plot twists, secrets, betrayals, and puzzles will keep readers turning pages. “
The Gilded Wolves
by Roshani Chokshi
Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel
Posted May 28, 2019

Treasure hunter Sйverin plans the perfect heist for him and his crew at the Order’s spring auction — with the exception of one tiny Read more.

“Can she save both her friend and the world?”
Storm of Locusts
by Rebecca Roanhorse
Reviewed by Magdalena Johansson
Posted May 28, 2019

“Is she a good or bad mom?”
The Favorite Daughter
by Kaira Rouda
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted May 28, 2019

Jane always felt that she had the perfect life, happily married to David with two daughters, Mary and Betsy. Until the one day when her Read more.

“A great look at today’s families.”
The Lemon Sisters
by Jill Shalvis
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted May 27, 2019

Picture something you consider absolutely delightful. Then go out and get THE LEMON SISTERS by Jill Shalvis and be delighted. Full of fun and of Read more.

“The feel good book of this summer.”
The Perfect Dress
by Carolyn Brown
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted May 27, 2019

THE PERFECT DRESS by Carolyn Brown should come with a warning — caution, smiles abound. Yes, once again Carolyn Brown has come up with a storyline Read more.

“Welcome back to Laurel Springs. You’ll be glad you came!”
The Little Teashop on Main
by Jodi Thomas
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted May 27, 2019

Very few authors can dream up characters and bring them to life on paper like Jodi Thomas. Want to be affected by a character and Read more.

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