Monthly Archives: October 2017

Review – Wilde in Love by Eloisa James

Lord Alaric Wilde, son of the Duke of Lindow, is the most celebrated man in England, revered for his dangerous adventures and rakish good looks. Arriving home from years abroad, he has no idea of his own celebrity until his … Continue reading

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Review – Dashing All The Way by Eva Devon, Elizabeth Essex, Heather Snow, and Celeste Bradley

Best-selling and critically acclaimed historical romance authors Celeste Bradley, Eva Devon, Elizabeth Essex and Heather Snow heat up this Christmas with four never-before-released novellas guaranteed to make your holiday season merry and bright. “A Rake for Christmas” by Eva Devon … Continue reading

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Review – His Mistletoe Wager by Virginia Heath

“Five berries equal the five separate kisses I challenge you to steal.” Notorious rake Henry Stuart, Earl of Redbridge, is certain he’ll win his Christmas bet—until he learns he’ll be stealing Lady Elizabeth Wilding’s kisses. A woman who refuses to … Continue reading

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Review – With This Christmas Ring by Manda Collins

A wallflower determined to fulfill a dying promise, the rogue she jilted years ago, and an orphaned baby are all brought together amidst the magic of Christmas in this new novella from Manda Collins. Miss Merry Parks makes a deathbed … Continue reading

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Her Duke at Daybreak by Wendy LaCapra – Blog Tour, Review, and Giveaway

Meet the Author: Wendy LaCapra has been reading romance since she sneaked into the adult section at the library and discovered Victoria Holt & Jane Aiken Hodge. From that point on, she dreamed of creating fictional worlds with richness, intrigue … Continue reading

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Review – Scandal and Miss Markham by Janice Preston

A scandalous journey…  Glassmaker’s daughter Thea Markham is devastated when her brother Daniel goes missing. Then a mysterious lord turns up asking questions about Daniel and offers to find him. Unsure she can trust the handsome peer, Thea dresses up … Continue reading

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Fresh Fiction Box-Not-to-Miss October 2017

Fresh Fiction is a book review and entertainment website which also offers a monthly book subscription service.  Every month, subscribers will receive one of these bright pink boxes which will contain 3-5 actual books, as well as download cards for … Continue reading

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SMP Holiday Blitz – Festive Reads for the Upcoming Christmas season and a QandA with the Authors

HOPE AT CHRISTMAS by Nancy Naigle Jacket Summary: Sydney Ragsdale is divorced, but her husband is still calling the shots. In an attempt to shake free from his hold, she and her daughter, RayAnne, head for tiny Hopewell, North Carolina … Continue reading

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Review – Duke of Desire by Elizabeth Hoyt

A LADY OF LIGHT Refined, kind, and intelligent, Lady Iris Jordan finds herself the unlikely target of a diabolical kidnapping. Her captors are the notoriously evil Lords of Chaos. When one of the masked-and nude!-Lords spirits her away to his … Continue reading

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Review – A Talent for Temptation by Sabrina Jeffries

Filled with New York Times bestselling author Sabrina Jeffries’s signature charm and wit, this novella in the hugely popular Sinful Suitors series is sure to tempt you! Widow Meriel Vyse is stunned speechless when someone tries to abduct her on her way … Continue reading

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