Recent Reviews

Sage’s life has taken a drastic turn, forcing her to audition as a dancer at a gentlemen’s club. Sage’s sister is battling cancer once again, and Sage is surprise when she learns the only man who can get her sister into the drug trial is none other than her new boss. Ryker is inexplicably drawn to Sage, so when she asks for his help with the trial, he decides to use it to his own advantage.
Snickerdoodle Surprise
Ryan Jo
Summers
‘Snickerdoodle Surprise’ is the story of three sisters who give up everything in their forme lives to take over the inn they’ve inherited from their beloved aunt Sophie. Together, Charly, Emmeline, and Rae Lynn must learn to navigate the business of running the Lilac Queen Bed and Breakfast.
‘More Than Wolf’ is a multi-character fantasy that picks up where the first book in the series left off. Under the tutelage of William, her lover, she is learning to accept her trueself. When William offers to take her to meet with others of her kind, Elle is faced with a decision. Can she accept becoming part of the Clan even if it means giving up the man she loves?
Elle Markle is the daughter of a rock star who grew up in the limelight, and with the understanding that celebrities weren’t always to be trusted. For that reason, she’s vowed to never become involved with one. Declan Davenport is an unusual celebrity with nearly as many issues from his past as Elle has from hers. And he’s also reluctant to give away his heart.
Get Your Duke On (Anthology)
Kathryn LeVeque, Chasity Bowlin, Alexa Aston, Maggi Anderson, Meara Platt, Mary Lancaster,
Caroline Lee, Elizabeth Johns, Cerise Deland, Bianca Blythe, Nadine Millard, Amy Jarecki, Sofie Darling, Merry Farmer
‘Get Your Duke On’ is a collection of fourteen short story/novella length Regency eraromances filled with more dukes than any one Ton can handle. Each story takes a differenttwist on marrying off a Duke, either by choice, convenience, or circumstance. The settings move from ballroom, to countryside, and even a gambling den. This anthology is definitely a smorgasbord of tropes.

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