Review: A Note in the Margin by Isabelle Rowan

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Clicking around online a few weeks ago, another blog mentioned A Note in the Margin and raved about it. A M/M genre book, it has been out since 2009 and after reading it, I absolutely had to write a  review in case there are others out there who may have missed this wonderful book. This […]

Review: Whispers in the Dark by Maya Banks

Held captive and tortured for information in an overseas prison, Nathan Kelly believes he may be facing his final days of life.  Two things keep him in survival mode – the hope that his brothers of the KGI/Kelly Group International (private hostage/kidnap victim recovery group) are close to finding him and the soothing, comforting voice […]

Tempting Teaser: Fifty Shades Freed by E.L. James

“Would you like a drink?” he asks me. “Do I need one?” He cocks his head to one side. “Why would you say that?” His voice is soft. “You know why.” He frowns as if weighing something in his mind. Oh, what is he thinking? “Two gin and tonics, please. And some nuts and olives,” […]

Review: Moonlight in the Morning by Jude Deveraux

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Jude Deveraux is one of those authors that I see everywhere.  For the 15+ years I have been reading romance I do not think a month goes by that I am not shown one her books.  I have never been too compelled to pick one up and read it because, well honestly, the covers are […]

Review: The Shadow Reader by Sandy Williams

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This book turned out to be quite the surprise. I can’t think of the last time I’ve gone from completely disliking a book to practically inhaling it. When I first picked up The Shadow Reader, I made it to page 30 before I finally gave up and set it aside. It was over a month […]

Stop SOPA / PIPA

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Tomorrow as you’re browsing the web you might notice many of the sites you frequent will be black to protest SOPA and PIPA. These bills, if passed will be used to censor the internet. They are meant to stop internet piracy but because of how they are written, any copyright holder can make a simple […]

Eagerly Anticipating: Is It February Yet?

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  What happened? I blinked and half of January zoomed by! It’s almost February! I know it seems like I’m always surprised when another month rolls around, but lately it has been happening so fast. I’m starting to think that I have horrible time management skills because I never seem to be caught up. I […]

Classic Nora Roberts Titles Now Available in eBook Formats!

I admitted recently that I have never read a Nora Roberts novel (I realized soon after I had but it was a paranormal and I didn’t finish it). I promised my Nora Roberts loving friends that I would remedy my romance reading faux pas ASAP. I’m excited to share the following news with you: Berkley/NAL […]

Review: That Old Black Magic by Michelle Rowen

Ah, the conclusion to the Living in Eden series. I didn’t realize this was going to be a trilogy, so that was a bit of a surprise, but it was a welcome one. I love that the author didn’t draw it out too long. I’m sorry to say goodbye to Eden and Darrak, but I’d much rather […]