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    Romance is like a breath of fresh air and this story is no exception. Vi Keeland found a way to weave the chemistry into the life of both characters with her can't stop reading technique. It's a very enjoyable read with realistic and heart thumping writing style.

    Dark Water by Jen Talty A Book Review

    A romantic mystery that keeps you moving, guessing, and enjoying the ride. The characters are endearing, and finding their way through the dark water.

    Romance Novel by Carla Neggers

    Book Review: Good Guys Love Dogs

    Two single parents each with a teenager. One male, one female. Both unknowingly approaching a moment of crisis in the relationships with their children. Amidst the clamor of day to day life, budding romance, doggy rescues, exposed vulnerabilities, and realized self-failings, each parent walks the path toward reconciliation and healing with his/her respective child.

    Book Review - Faerie

    Another winner from Delle Jacobs

    Review of 20 Shades of Purple

    Joanna and Otto Levell are ordinary, middle-aged, empty nesters; until Joanna reads a popular series on sex, bondage, and domination. Armed with sex manuals, marital aids, and the advice of her best friend Wendy, Joanna pushes the boundaries of their love life. 20 Shades of Purple is a delightfully naughty, fast-paced story which perfectly blends honesty, laugh-out-loud humor, and adult themes. This book contains sexual references and adult language and is intended for adult readers.

    A better than typical "bodice ripper."

    Award-winning author Kaylin McFarren delivers an action/adventure romance with "Severed Threads," guaranteed to capture your imagination… Believing herself responsible for her father's fatal diving accident, Rachel Lyons has withdrawn from the world and assumed a safe position at a foundation office. When called upon by a museum director to assist her former love interest with the recovery of a cursed relic from a sunken Chinese merchant ship, she has no intention of cooperating - until her brother is kidnapped by a drug-dealing gangster. In order to save him and gain control over her own life, Rachel must not only overcome her greatest fears, but also relive the circumstances that lead to her father's death.

    Book Review - Deception

    Not your usual bodice ripper

    Book Review - Deception

    Not your usual bodice ripper

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