Book Craft: Shanna Vaughn from Hide A Book

Shanna Vaughn Hide A Book

  Juliana is back with another Book Craft feature. Today is she is talking with Shanna Vaughn from Hide-A-Book.     FVBR: Tell us a little about yourself and what it is that you do. Shanna: Hi, my name is Shanna. I am a book lover, romance reader and I make book covers. Hide-A-Book covers […]

Samantha Rides Again and Wants to Honor Your Loved One

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I’m doing it again! Raising money and awareness for the fight against HIV/AIDS. On Sunday, June 3, I begin riding my my bike (along with 2,500 other riders) for 7 days and 545 miles from San Francisco to Los Angeles in AIDS/LifeCycle 11.  AIDS/LifeCycle is the largest HIV/AIDS fundraiser in the world and last year’s ride raised […]

Review: Captivated by Lauren Dane

Captivated Lauren Dane

After spending 11 months held hostage by the Imperialists, Vincenz is the first person to provide human contact to Hannah Black.  Hannah’s vulnerability, and the fact that his father is the head of the Imperialists, brings forth Vincenz protective instincts.  He refuses to let her be taken from him instead taking her home to where he […]

Review: In the Company of Witches by Joey W. Hill

In The Company of Witches Joey W. Hill

“I was a courtesan,” she said evenly.  “Before that I was a straight-out whore.  For a short time, I was a ten-buck-a-blow teenaged hooker who hung out in alleys, so messed up and hungry for sustenance I left a couple bodies behind.  Now I’m a madam.  I enjoy men; I enjoy sex.  You have a […]

Review: Knight by Kristen Ashley

Knight Kristen Ashley

I have waited and waited for one of my fellow FV girls to pick up a Kristen Ashley book.  Her books are pretty much revered on Goodreads however I have heard her writing can be rough and not for everyone.  While watching her fill up my recent updates page I kind of hoped someone else would […]

Review: Lover Unexpected by Brindle Chase

Lover Unexpected Brindle Chase

Lisa lives a pretty boring life.  She works early and she works late with not much else to fill the hours between.  While she realizes she is bored that is probably all right with her because she isn’t the party girl crazy type anyway. When her friend Nikki tells her she is getting set up […]

Review: The Shifter by Jean Johnson

The Shifter

Usually when I DNF a book, it’s because it’s just that bad, but that’s not the case here. I don’t mean to damn this book with faint praise, but I’ve read (and finished) a lot of books that I liked a lot less than I did this one. So why did I finish those and […]

Review: Cost of Repairs by A.M. Arthur

Cost of Repairs A.M. Arthur

Police officer Samuel Briggs is getting to know the people on his new, third-shift beat, but he’d prefer they not know too much about him—or the painful past that drove him away from New Mexico to start fresh in small-town Stratton, PA. All he wants is peace, a manageable routine, and time to fix up […]

Weekly Roundup and Giveaway Winners

Weekly Roundup

Happy Mother’s Day!! I hope all you mommas have a wonderful day! I’ll be spending the day with my lovely daughters. My mom is feeling a little under the weather so when she’s feeling better we’ll have a “ladies day” where we all go out to lunch and have a good time. It will be […]