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When Tears Ran Dry – by Vivian Waring – Review

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The book reads like a memoir of sorts and what happens throughout much of the novel seemed quite lifelike to me; I guess if I were just handed the book without any further information I would not know fact from fiction. There is a little hint of...

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Southern Medley and a Sordid Affair – by P T Borden – Review

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Part of the blurb reads like stuff soft-core porn films of yore were made of: "It is here she meets a building maintenance man named Dick, and, in indulging in an erotic affair, becomes trapped in a sick web of manipulation and...

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Fever – by Tonya Plank – Review

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Quite a promising book on ballroom dance, but where is the romance? Poor Rory; her story often reminds me of the person I was myself; I used to write stories and poems in college but the harsh realities of life forced me to work hard for a...

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Life After Joe – by Ann Benjamin – Review

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The great thing about this book is that it lets you peek into Liz's state of mind from the very start. Written in the form of 'blog posts' (are they?), she says in the very first 'blog post' of hers that "Nothing makes sense anymore." It is another...

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Together They Overcame – by Juliet Aharoni – Review

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Rosalind gulped and said, "It’s too painful to talk about at present. I’m still going though the healing process. Maybe, one day I’ll tell you all about it." That is how the book starts, acquainting the reader with Rosalind's current...

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Elsewhen – by Gary Bullock – Review

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A very 'romantic' tale of romance-cum-science fiction containing none of the filth and fluff that the modern day sci-fi books usually have. There is hardly much in terms of 'sexual content' and whatever I found here was rather tame by my standards....

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Dark Beginning (Zoe Dark’s World Book 1) – by Nina Tells – Review

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"To look at me, I was just a girl. I wasn’t too big, five-five on a tall day. I was athletic enough, but by no means a WWE Diva. My curly auburn hair was always in serious need of taming, but there was nothing scary about the frizzies. My face was...

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Coveting Love (Jessica Crawford Book 1) – by Victoria Schwimley – Review

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"It’s a strange feeling knowing you’re being watched. Jessica was becoming quite familiar with the feeling, and she didn’t like it. The part that really puzzled her about Jeffrey’s pursuit was that he always presented himself when he knew...

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No Quarter: Dominium – Novella 1 – by MJL Evans and GM O’Connor – Review

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Given that this is a first time work from these authors, I must say that the output is commendable. This is a very promising ebook that does not look like it is written by first time authors. All in all I loved the book. While historical romance is...

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Under My Skin: Paris Contemporary Romance (Bistro La Bohème Book 2) – by Alix Nichols – Review

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I found the attraction at the start all too easy and convenient; it was as though the author's way of teaching us readers that if you wanna get girls you need to become muscular and cannot afford to remain thin. Myself I am a bit offended by this...

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My Name is Luka: M/M Romance (More Than Friends Book 7) – by Aria Grace – Review

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It is important to know the kind of situation our character Luka is in, in order to understand the story: "My dad has made it clear that he’s only allowing me to live under his roof until I turn eighteen. As soon as the social security...

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Corner Office: A Real Answers Investigations Mystery – by Aria Grace – Review

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This is quite a sexy book dwelling on gay romance which starts on a rather serious note. The serious vein is continued throughout, but in-between you get dollops of m/m romance to make your day! Apart from Jay the "widow" and Doug, one fascinating...