Book Spotlight: The Playboy Bachelor by Rachel Van Dyken *GIVEAWAY*...

Apr 14, 2017 by

   She’s no Sleeping Beauty. And he’s definitely no prince . . .   Margot McCleery could have lived her whole life without seeing Bentley Wellington again—her ex-best friend and the poster boy for Hot, Rich Man-Whores everywhere. But Margot’s whiskey-augmented grandmother “buys” Bentley at a charity bachelor auction, and now suddenly he’s at her door. Impossibly charming. Impossibly sexy. And still a complete and utter jackass. Bentley’s just been coerced by his grandfather to spend the next thirty days charming and romancing the reclusive red-haired beauty who hates him. The woman he abandoned when she needed him the most. Bentley knows just as much about romance as he knows about love—nothing. But the more time he spends with Margot, the more he realizes that “just friends” will never be enough. Now all he...

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Wardance Book Review *Elizabeth Vaughan*...

Apr 13, 2017 by

    Spring returns to the Plains, and with it, the Time of the Challenges, when warrior fights warrior in a contest for rank and status. For Simus of the Hawk, now is the time to raise his challenge banner, to fight for the chance to finally become Warlord. But his deadliest challenge does not come from other warriors, or even the sundered Council of Elders. For on the first night of the Challenges, a mysterious and deadly pillar of white light scorches the night sky—instantly changing everything for the People of the Plains. Now a warrior-priestess, Snowfall, stands before Simus, who dares to speak of peace, of reconciliation. Her knives are sharp, her tattoos alluring, and her cool grey eyes can look through Simus and see…everything. Now Simus and Snowfall must solve the...

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Guest Author Post: My Top Five Authors who combine fantasy and romance by Elizabeth Vaughan...

Apr 12, 2017 by

Elizabeth Vaughan’s Top 5 Authors Who Combine Fantasy and Romance….   Oh man, ask hard questions why didn’t you?  Please understand that these are not in any particular order. 1.  Mercedes Lackey:  The Last Herald Mage Trilogy.  Want to see me weep over a relationship, this is the one.  All the Valdemar stories have romantic elements, but these books?  I cry every damn time.  Because they are perfect.  Not a traditional romance, and yet it is, over the course of the three books. They also involve a relationship between two men, and they were first published in 1989.  Ground-breaking, innovative, fascinating.  Even more, I really admire how she handles one of the main character’s grief over certain events and the healing process.   2.  Dennis McKiernan: Not the Mithgar series, although they are wonderful...

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Book Spotlight: The Duke of Desire by Darcy Burke *GIVEAWAY*...

Apr 11, 2017 by

Ten years ago Ivy Breckenridge’s life was ruined. She had to reinvent herself, and now, after painstakingly making her own way in the world, she’s nearly forgotten the dreams of home and family she’d once nurtured. Until one man peers into her soul and awakens every one of her hidden desires. But no matter how good he makes her feel, she can’t trust him—alone by choice is better than alone by necessity. With a notorious reputation for training married women in the art of passion, Sebastian Westgate, Duke of Clare, is reviled by some and celebrated by others. He doesn’t allow anyone close enough to see past his charming exterior. When Ivy uncovers the man beneath, the seducer is suddenly the seduced. Enraptured by her mind and spirit, he wants more but revealing his...

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WTFckery or Not? You Decide!

Apr 9, 2017 by

Welcome to this week’s wacky WTFckery!   It’s not a true WTFckery until you have WTF books and their covers: Cover twinsies! Dragon vs. Bigfoot. Who wins?   Nipple eyes are keeping close watch:     Nothing says romance like a creepy hand and a dead woman floating in water:     2. Would you spend $15,000 to eat at one of Disneyland’s restaurants? From Eater:     “For the money that it would cost to buy a four-door hatchback — say, a Kia Rio or a Ford Fiesta — you could treat yourself and 11 friends to a meal at Disneyland’s extravagant new boîte, 21 Royal. The meal kicks off with cocktails in a courtyard lined with lanterns and firefly lights, followed by a seven-course dinner in the main dining room prepared by executive chef Andrew...

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James Patterson and Lyndsay Sands Are On Fire This Week...

Apr 8, 2017 by

It’s been a while since I’ve reported on the best selling adult fiction books for the week, including those books heating up the romance charts elsewhere. Let’s get this party start again, shall we? Who doesn’t enjoy book recommendations? Based on Publisher’s Weekly best sellers in adult fiction for print, it’s no surprise that James Patterson rises to the top (over at the USA Today also) with The Black Book (40,000 + in print). I would say with digital, he hit close to over 80,000 in sales this week. Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey, and A Man Called One by Frederik Backman, all have sales with print and digital combined in the 50,000 sale range. Nora Roberts is also high up there with Obsession. Based on Mass Market book sales, all these authors sold...

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Someone to Love Book Review *Donna Alward*...

Apr 6, 2017 by

  Ethan Gallagher is a firefighter in Darling, Vermont, who followed tradition and pledged his love on the Kissing Bridge to ensure lifelong happiness. A few years later, he’s a widower with two rambunctious boys who no longer believes in magic. But even he has to admit that free-spirited Willow Dunaway fills him with wonder…and an attraction he cannot deny. Willow’s come back to Darling a different girl than the one who left after high school. Overcoming her past and owning her own business has made her into a strong, independent woman. Single dad Ethan appeals to her in a way she didn’t expect, even though settling down is the last thing on her mind. But after fire destroys the local food bank, the town rallies, and a fling between Ethan and Willow leads...

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