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She Crossed the Sea to Save a Legacy… Finding Love Was Not Part of Her Plan

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She was the only woman ever to rock his world.

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Sometimes you can come home again…

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An unlikely hoyden saves a wary duke with her love but betrayal threatens to destroy them both.

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Darkly gifted and dangerously skilled, to survive, they'll have to solve...the Phoenix Code.

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The Sweet Magnolias

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"No One has ever guessed Emily's secret....will you?"
One Step Too Far
by Tina Seskis
Reviewed by Sherri M
Posted March 2, 2015

ONE STEP TOO FAR is a roller coaster novel revealing an intriguing story of twin sisters Emily and Caroline. Emily is on a train headed Read more...

"Engaging start to a wonderful new series"
Diary of an Accidental Wallflower
by Jennifer McQuiston
Reviewed by Kimia Safavi
Posted March 2, 2015

Miss Clare Westmore is pretty, daughter of a viscount, and knows exactly what she wants in her second season, the next Duke of Harrington's Read more...

"One of the best new science fiction novels in a long time!"
by Sarah Fine
Reviewed by Ashleigh Compton
Posted March 2, 2015

Boston is half-submerged in swamp, but that's nothing new. Paramedic Eli Margolis is a new transfer, moving with his Harvard-researcher sister Galena Read more...

The Escape
by David Baldacci
Reviewed by Pat Pascale
Posted March 2, 2015

450 prisoners housed in a series of escape proof pods occupy the only maximum security military prison for males at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. There, military Read more...

"Pretty Woman meets Fifty Shades of Gray"
Breaking Out
by Lydia Michaels
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted March 2, 2015

Evelyn has had a very hard life. Evelyn works the streets just to survive. That is until she meets Lucian. Lucian gives her everything that Read more...

"A monkey hero in this adult steampunk odyssey"
Macaque Attack
by Gareth Powell
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted March 1, 2015

This is third in a trilogy about a smoking, swearing steampunk monkey in an effort to save the planet. Or so I gathered. As I Read more...

"Fleeing for her life, will Theodora be able to remain in the refuge she has come to love?"
Stirring Up the Viscount
by Marin McGinnis
Reviewed by Linda Green
Posted March 1, 2015

Theodora Ravensdale has one chance of escaping her abusive husband, and she plans to grab it with both hands. Suffering years of beatings and abuse Read more...

"Will the spirits of some dead animals help solve the death of another animal?"
To Die Fur
by Dixie Lyle
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted March 1, 2015

Deirdre has one of the strangest jobs ever, not only does she work for Zelda, a very strange billionaire, but she also over sees the Read more...

"If the therapy dog isn't a match for the child will there still be a match for his owner?"
For Keeps
by Rachel Lacey
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted March 1, 2015

Merry Atwater had two jobs. Merry is a nurse and also owns an animal rescue for boxers. Merry loves both of her jobs. However the Read more...

"An abused woman with her daughter finds new love and resurrection of the home she lost."
Last One Home
by Debbie Macomber
Reviewed by Kay Quintin
Posted March 1, 2015

Cassie Carter and her seven-year-old daughter Aimee barely escape from her physically abusive husband, Duke. At eighteen and pregnant, Cassie ran from her Read more...

"A Very Sexy, Clever and Fun Twist on Alpha Males!"
How to Master a Millionaire
by Talia Hunter
Reviewed by Monique Daoust
Posted March 1, 2015

Ally Dennis is rather desperate for money. Her new blog is still in the early stages, it's not bringing in enough money, and she Read more...

"A shocking tale of murder, deception, greed and old enemies!"
Who Buries The Dead
by C.S. Harris
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted March 1, 2015

The darkness of a London night in 1813 is not a safe place to be out and about, so why were two young people going Read more...

"With an ability to dream the future, is Lesley safe with the person who should love her the most?"
The Opal Legacy
by Jane Toombs
Reviewed by Linda Green
Posted February 28, 2015

Lesley Campbell has always been that little bit different from everyone else. With an opal stone, that has been handed down through her Scottish family Read more...

"Stunning Rio as a backdrop while this romance heads into wild territory"
Fonseca's Fury
by Abby Green
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted February 28, 2015

The exotic setting of South America brings us this sizzling romance. A charity worker called Serena DePiero has flown in to Rio but only now Read more...

"A steamy, yet obstacle ridden path to finding love"
A Moment of Passion
by Jess Michaels
Reviewed by Bonnie Rose
Posted February 28, 2015

Jacinda Downing has been exiled from her home and is living a quiet and dull life with her mean-spirited aunt for several years now Read more...

"Borneo's rainforests are being destroyed to provide palm oil - and hoarded wealth"
Money Logging
by Lukas Straumann
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted February 28, 2015

Palm oil plantations and sale of timber are worth enough to cause the destruction of the rainforest on the island of Borneo. That's the Read more...

"Tightening the ties that bind..."
The Big Book Of Domination
by D.L. King
Reviewed by Ashleigh Compton
Posted February 28, 2015

The BDSM community is alive and kicking and has never been more in need of sensitive, correct literature. THE BIG BOOK OF DOMINATION provides twenty Read more...

"A Chilling Tale of Murder and Deceit in a Quiet Mormon Community"
The Bishop's Wife
by Mette Ivie Harrison
Reviewed by Monique Daoust
Posted February 27, 2015

Linda Wallheim is the bishop's wife in Draper, Utah, a Mormon community. She leads a busy and exhausting life; she and her husband must Read more...

"A compelling crime novel, mystery, and story of a personal journey to make peace with a trauma that can't be forgotten."
The Long And Faraway Gone
by Lou Berney
Reviewed by Maria Munoz
Posted February 27, 2015

Both Wyatt and Julianna had their lives changed forever in the summer of 1986 in Oklahoma City. As a young teenager, Wyatt is spending the Read more...

"A splendid historical romance set on the ocean wave and in Boston"
To Ride a White Horse
by Pamela Ford
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted February 27, 2015

In 1848 Kathleen Deacy and her parents despair as blight rots their potatoes in the field. Ireland is unable to sustain them as the best Read more...

"A plot to bomb the Monaco Grand Prix"
Sovereign Order
by James Macomber
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted February 27, 2015

Chilling violence on the border between Switzerland and Italy sets the scene for a terrorist plot to bomb the Monte Carlo Grand Prix, the glitzy Read more...

"Challenging generations of authority takes a lot of courage"
Miss Hazel and the Rosa Parks League
by Jonathan Odell
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted February 27, 2015

The 1940s - 50s were a time of challenging conditions. Living in Ireland, I only heard about the Rosa Parks story in recent years, so I Read more...

"In a fight between heaven and hell, can true love survive the fallout?"
The Slayer
by Brenda Huber
Reviewed by Linda Green
Posted February 27, 2015

Angels are good and demons are evil - at least that's what they would like you to believe. But what would you do if a Read more...

"In England, there lived a man..."
by Devin Brown
Reviewed by Dot Dittman
Posted February 27, 2015

The last photograph of Tolkien was taken in 1972 in The University of Oxford Botanic Garden leaning against "his favorite tree—the twisty, deformed Black Read more...

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