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Review: Snowed in with the Billionaire by Caroline Anderson

Review: Snowed in with the Billionaire by Caroline Anderson

I really enjoyed this one but it was so angsty. Not quite angsty enough for me to have the feels but I did feel so sad for both characters. Georgina (Georgie) and Sebastian were childhood sweethearts but Georgie left Sebastian when he…suddenly changed. They were both heartbroken but handled it… Read more »

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Review: A Girl Less Ordinary by Leah Ashton

Review: A Girl Less Ordinary by Leah Ashton

I started reading Romance books as a very little kid – sometime in elementary school – and the majority of the Romance books I read at that time were Harlequins. My mom had tons of Harlequins around the house and I read them all. By the time I reached high… Read more »

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Review: Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #20 by Alex de Campi & Neil Googe (Illustrator)

Review: Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #20 by Alex de Campi & Neil Googe (Illustrator)

I’m not much of a comic book or graphic novel reader. I can’t really deal with all the pictures and colors – a little too much stimulation for me. I will read the occasional comic, however. Especially if I’m excited about the content. So it should come as no surprise… Read more »

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Review: Stranded with the Tycoon by Sophie Pembroke

Review: Stranded with the Tycoon by Sophie Pembroke

Recently I stopped by the library to pick up a few books I placed on hold. I decided to wander around the stacks a bit – purely out of nostalgia as this library is NOT well appointed – and I ran across a handful of Romance novels sitting on a… Read more »

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Review: What Lies Beneath the Clock Tower by Margaret Killjoy

Review: What Lies Beneath the Clock Tower by Margaret Killjoy

When I was a kid, “Choose Your Own Adventure” books were one of my favorite kinds of books. They both thrilled me and made me nervous at the same time: the uncertainty that comes with open ended stories always cause me some concern, lol. So I was rather excited when… Read more »

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Review: Once Burned (Night Prince #1) by Jeaniene Frost

Review: Once Burned (Night Prince #1) by Jeaniene Frost

I think I know how the heroine of Once Burned, Leila, feels: I don’t really know how I feel about Vlad. He’s scary, he’s handsome, he impales people, he’s sexy. He’s a freaking scary ass, incredibly sexy, horribly arrogant and domineering man…and I decided to re-read Once Burned in honor… Read more »

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Review: Ciara’s Song by Andre Norton

Review: Ciara’s Song by Andre Norton

I love this book and the sequel The Duke’s Ballad. This is one of the few books in Andre Norton’s Witch World series that I feel allow for new reader explanations. It’s also an unusual Fantasy book by today’s standards: It’s mostly a stand-alone, it follows the lives of three… Read more »

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