November 28th, 2014
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Touching stories for the shorter days of November

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Balancing a new relationship with the growing demands of financial success.

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Will they have a second chance at love? A new romantic comedy series, The Sweet Spot

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What does it take to win the heart of a duke?

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A gripping, emotional tale about real life magic that touches us all during the holiday season

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Welcomes to Haven Point, a small town full of big surprises that are both merry and bright

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When he begins the mating dance, her first instinct is to run.

Recent Reviews

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"Sweet and sexy, LINGER will leave you wanting more"
by Lauren Jameson
Reviewed by Ashleigh Compton
Posted November 28, 2014

An unexpected connection leads to surprise and decadence in LINGER by Lauren Jameson. On her last night in Las Vegas, Doctor Scarlett Malone meets Logan Read more...

"From A to Z, THE BIG BOOK OF SUBMISSION delivers passion in bulk..."
The Big Book of Submission
by Rachel Kramer Bussel
Reviewed by Ashleigh Compton
Posted November 28, 2014

The world of kink has many different avenues, but perhaps none is so popularized as BDSM. This wildly popular subset of the kink community has Read more...

"A Red-hot romance with great great characters!"
A Virgin for His Prize
by Lucy Monroe
Reviewed by Miranda Owen
Posted November 28, 2014

A VIRGIN FOR HIS PRIZE is Book two in Lucy Monroe's Ruthless Russians mini-series. Activist heiress Romi Grayson and Russian tycoon Read more...

"A spellbinding tale of magic, love and realising your destiny"
Black Moon Draw
by Lizzy Ford
Reviewed by Linda Green
Posted November 28, 2014

How many times have you sat down with a really good book and gotten so caught up in the story that it seemed as real Read more...

"Life is a series of accidents. . ."
The Tumble Inn
by William Loizeaux
Reviewed by Dot Dittman
Posted November 28, 2014

THE TUMBLE INN by William Loizeaux is one of those books that defy classification as far as genre. It starts out as a cozy little Read more...

"An author who is woven into the fabric of American literature..."
The Legend Of Sleepy Hollow And Other Stories
by Irving Washington
Reviewed by Dot Dittman
Posted November 28, 2014

Everyone remembers the stories by Washington Irving, right? THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW and Rip Van Winkle are early examples of American literature that have Read more...

"A Wonderful Anthology To Get You In The Holiday Spirit"
A Christmas to Remember
by Marilyn Pappano, Jill Shalvis, Hope Ramsay, Molly Cannon, Kristen Ashley
Reviewed by Susan Dyer
Posted November 28, 2014

A CHRISTMAS TO REMEMBER is a heartwarming collection of short Christmas stories by five top selling authors. Some of the stories are hot and spicy Read more...

"A woman finds the infant and man that are truly meant for her."
You Were Meant For Me
by Yona Zeldis McDonough
Reviewed by Kay Quintin
Posted November 27, 2014

Miranda Berenzweig, the new online food editor for Domestic Goddess, is about to have her life drastically changed. Her long time friends Courtney, Bea and Read more...

"Who knew ghost hunting could be so deadly?"
The Legend Of Sleepy Harlow
by Kylie Logan
Reviewed by Teresa Cross
Posted November 27, 2014

Kylie Logan is now in the category as one of my favorite cozy mystery writers! I love THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HARLOW! Her novel has Read more...

"Friends to lovers brings healing to two broken hearts"
The Shape of My Heart
by Ann Aguirre
Reviewed by Make Kay
Posted November 27, 2014

THE SHAPE OF MY HEART is book three in the <>I Want it That Way trilogy a series following different roommates living in apartment Read more...

"Fast-Paced, Stunning Twists, and Delicious Romance"
by Barbara Palmer
Reviewed by Samantha Randolph
Posted November 27, 2014

Maria Lantos loves researching early erotic literature, but what really pays her bills is her night job as an escort under the name Claudine. It Read more...

"The Phoenix Code promises to be a promising new series."
Cut and Run
by Tina Folsom, Lara Adrian
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted November 27, 2014

CUT AND RUN is a new duology written by Lara Adrian and Tina Folsum. It follows a group of men who are gifted with premonition Read more...

"Kaye is able to control that ebb and flow of action suspense scenes very well."
Hard to Come By
by Laura Kaye
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted November 27, 2014

In book three of the Hard Ink series by Laura Kaye, readers will meet Emilie Garza, a psychologist who finds herself thrust into a world Read more...

"Fun read at Christmas time"
I'm Dreaming of an Undead Christmas
by Molly Harper
Reviewed by Penny B
Posted November 27, 2014

We meet Gigi in I'M DREAMING OF AN UNDEAD CHRISTMAS as she returns home for the holidays. Her sister Iris, who has raised Gigi Read more...

""The amateur sleuths are at it again in this Amish/English Village.""
Murder Tightly Knit
by Vannetta Chapman
Reviewed by Viki Ferrell
Posted November 27, 2014

On the morning that Owen Esch is killed by an arrow through his heart while walking on the Pumpkinvine Trail, Andrew Miller returns home to Read more...

"A woman learns that home is not a town but where her heart resides."
Farewell to Cedar Key
by Terri DuLong
Reviewed by Kay Quintin
Posted November 27, 2014

Josephine "Josie" Shelby Sullivan is the daughter of a New York Times best-selling author of romance novels. Her relationship has always been closer to Read more...

"Historical look into the highs and lows that have faced the people of Baghdad"
Baghdad: City of Peace, City of Blood
by Justin Marozzi
Reviewed by Shellie Surles
Posted November 26, 2014

BADHDAD is called the City of Peace, pretty ironic since it has been invaded over and over again throughout the years. It has been the Read more...

"Cryptid Hunters come to a close"
by Roland Smith
Reviewed by Ashleigh Compton
Posted November 26, 2014

Animals, humans, and dinosaurs: they're all on the run. In Roland Smith's MUTATION, cousins Marty O'Hare and Grace Wolfe travel with a Read more...

"A truly magical fantasy romance between a Princess and a scarred priest"
The Tears of the Rose
by Jeffe Kennedy
Reviewed by Make Kay
Posted November 26, 2014

THE TEARS OF THE ROSE is book two in The Twelve Kingdoms series by Jeffe Kennedy. It starts hard on the heels of Read more...

"Blood is Thicker then water, or Oil and Water"
The Last Heir
by Chuck Greaves
Reviewed by Joanne Bozik
Posted November 26, 2014

Chateau Giroux Wine, located in California is owned by Philippe Giroux, the King of wine making. Recently, Philippe has lost a son to a most Read more...

"Most charismatic tale to date in Thunder Point"
The Homecoming
by Robyn Carr
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted November 26, 2014

I never miss a book by Robyn Carr -- it's kind of an unwritten law in my world. Carr's writing just gets to me Read more...

"Adventure in The American West"
Far As The Eye Can See
by Robert Bausch
Reviewed by Melissa Beck
Posted November 26, 2014

FAR AS THE EYE CAN SEE is set in the American west just after the Civil War and it's main character is a veteran Read more...

"A classic retold from an unique point of view"
Juliet's Nurse
by Lois Leveen
Reviewed by Melissa Beck
Posted November 26, 2014

Retellings of classics are a very popular genre among historical fiction novels. I was so thrilled to find a book that narrates the Romeo and Read more...

"A Sad Tale set in 18th Century America"
The Story Of Land And Sea
by Katy Simpson Smith
Reviewed by Melissa Beck
Posted November 26, 2014

I think THE STORY OF LAND AND SEA is one of the saddest books I have ever read. John is a widower and is trying Read more...

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