Review: Ten Kisses to Scandal

          Synopsis: The Bourne Matrimonial Agency has one rule—never fall in love with the client. However, they never said anything about kissing a rake… Briar Bourne’s matchmaking career could be summed up in two words—comic disaster. Unless she can learn about the irresistible forces that draw men and women together, her... Continue Reading →

Review: Driven to Distraction

            Synopsis: When desire gets this hot, you’d better buckle up… Mary Daniels doesn’t let anything get in the way of her job acquiring rare artifacts for her wealthy boss. But this particular obstacle—huge, hard-muscled, unashamedly masculine—is impossible to ignore. Stuck in a cramped car with Brodie Crews for hours... Continue Reading →

Review: Kiss Me at Christmas

          Synopsis: “Merry, intelligent, and wholly satisfying.”—USA Today "Sizzles with sensuality." - Publishers Weekly “Delicious and suspenseful.” —Kirkus Reviews A spirited lady facing spinsterhood. A common man with a noble mission. And a surprise that just might be waiting for them under the mistletoe in Kiss Me At Christmas by Valerie Bowman. Bow Street... Continue Reading →

Review: The Air You Breathe by Frances de Pontes Peebles

        Synopsis: The story of an intense female friendship fueled by affection, envy and pride--and each woman's fear that she would be nothing without the other. Skinny, nine-year-old orphaned Dores is working in the kitchen of a sugar plantation in 1930s Brazil when in walks a girl who changes everything. Graça, the... Continue Reading →

Review: Kamikaze White Noise

Synopsis: Kamikaze White Noise is a collection of three books by Nicole I. Nesca, The Sexual Repression Collection, Kink and Canned. Though not a formal trilogy, the books were written as companion pieces and follow the themes of sexual freedom, emotional frankness and street-carnival logic, all written with Nicole Nesca's usual free-flowing sardonic wit. Kamikaze... Continue Reading →

Review: Ahe’ey

Synopsis: Morgan's feminist books didn't prepare her to deal with the dashing Gabriel and the land of Ahe'ey . . . Ahe'ey: The Complete Collection Morgan is a dreamer, change maker and art lover. She is a feisty, slightly preachy, romantic feminist full of contradictions and insecurities. Morgan uncovers a world where women have the... Continue Reading →

Review: The Gentleman’s Law on Love

Synopsis: They were ill-matched... The rules didn't matter, after all...  As the daughter of a very powerful earl, Lady Rebecca Garrett has lived under the rule of Society by day.  However… at night, she becomes one of London's most notorious authors.  Living under the shadows no longer fulfills this heiress, so she's ready to come... Continue Reading →

Review: Bess 

Synopsis: Bess Parker is only 21 years old when she sets out by herself in 1908, leaving the safety of her childhood home for southwestern North Dakota to establish a homestead. And it takes all the strength she can muster to succeed—facing the perils of the vast prairie, making her homestead productive, conquering the dangers... Continue Reading →

Review: A Harvest of Thorns

Synopsis: A beloved American corporation with an explosive secret. A disgraced former journalist looking for redemption. A corporate executive with nothing left to lose. In Dhaka, Bangladesh, a garment factory burns to the ground, claiming the lives of hundreds of workers, mostly young women. Amid the rubble, a bystander captures a heart-stopping photograph—a teenage girl... Continue Reading →

Review: The Dark and Other Love Stories

Synopsis: “The emotional range and depth of [Willis’s stories], the clarity and deftness are astonishing.”—Alice Munro The characters in the thirteen stories that comprise The Dark and Other Love Stories exist on the edge of danger, where landscapes melt into dreamscapes and every house is haunted. A drug dealer’s girlfriend signs up for the first... Continue Reading →

Review: Damaged

  Synopsis: One boy. One lawyer. One chance for justice. Ten-year-old Patrick O'Brien is a natural target at school. Shy, dyslexic, and small for his age, he tries to hide his first-grade reading level from everyone: from his classmates, from the grandfather who cares for him, and from the teachers who are supposed to help... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Hath No Fury by Hal Rappaport

Hath No Fury is unlike any other novel within its genre. A captivating paranormal romance that intrigues readers all the way to the end. Powerful, realistic, and exciting, Hal Rappaport has created a masterpiece that will always be remembered. His characters are unique they live in a world with those who practice magic and don't... Continue Reading →

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