Monthly Archives: September 2010

Susanna Fraser – The Sergeant’s Lady

Susanna Fraser has created a splendid, emotionally charged love story you won’t want to put down! This book is one heck of a debut for author Susanna Fraser. No tame Regency-era ballrooms and insipid conversations in this book; this powerful … Continue reading

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Mary Campisi – The Sweetest Deal

Smart, sexy, and seductive; this novella is a great read for any contemporary romance fan. This was my first experience with Mary Campisi and I was definitely encouraged to read more of what she has to offer. ‘The Sweetest Deal’ … Continue reading

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Susanna Ives – Rakes and Radishes

Newcomer Susanna Ives has written a stunningly sensual and emotionally turbulent romance. This book is a must read… I anticipate this story will be an acquired taste. For those readers who despise characters that make silly mistakes, be forewarned – … Continue reading

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Anne Stuart – Reckless

Anne Stuart has written a solid, breathtaking romance where the anticipation carries the reader away. The second book in a trilogy about the Rohan family, ‘Reckless’ is a fabulous read, moving quickly for a 400 page book. I didn’t look … Continue reading

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Donna Fletcher – Bound to a Warrior

Donna Fletcher delivers a captivating adventure to entice her readers into her new epic series. This book was not what I expected and that is not a bad thing. When reading the outline I expected your run-of-the-mill romance with a … Continue reading

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Tracy Anne Warren – Wicked Delights of a Bridal Bed

Tracy delivers a powerfully engaging love story and a splendid addition to her Bryon family series. This forth book in the Bryon family series was just as fervent and absorbing as the others I had the pleasure of reading. This … Continue reading

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