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Call Me Irresistible
by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
"An Irresistible Tale of Finding True Love Where You Least Expect It"
Posted June 25, 2012

In CALL ME IRRESISTIBLE, readers get the opportunity to catch up with a cast of characters that we've met in a number of Phillips' best sellers. Meg Korunda is the best friend of Lucy Jorik who is about to get married to Ted Beudine. Ted is the kind of Read more...


Unveiled
by Courtney Milan
"A Heartwarming and Seductive Historical Romance"
Posted January 5, 2011

UNVEILED is a historical romance full of brilliantly crafted dialogue and explosively sensual and provocative character chemistry. Ash Turner, the future Duke of Parford, is a hero to many; a man capable of moving small mountains, turning dust to gold, and converting non-believers into believers. But to Lady Margaret Read more...


Call Me Irresistible
by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
"An Irresistible Tale of Finding True Love Where You Least Expect It"
Posted January 5, 2011

In CALL ME IRRESISTIBLE, readers get the opportunity to catch up with a cast of characters that we've met in a number of Phillips' best sellers. Meg Korunda is the best friend of Lucy Jorik who is about to get married to Ted Beudine. Ted is the kind of Read more...


The Snow Globe
by Sheila Roberts
"Classic Holiday Romance"
Posted September 27, 2010

THE SNOW GLOBE will make for a good holiday book for readers who like simple and classic tales of romance. Kylie Gray is a woman who has not had a great year. She was jilted by her longtime boyfriend, who now proclaims his love for her younger sister, and she Read more...


Sparks
by Laura Bickle
"Exciting Intersection of Magic and Science in Bickles's SPARKS"
Posted September 27, 2010

Death by spontaneous human combustion? Yeah, right! Well that is how Laura Bickle introduces us into the world of arson investigator and psychic medium, Anya Kalinczyk, the heroine of her latest urban fantasy SPARKS. Anya is charged with uncovering the mystery that lies behind the fiery death of Jasper Bernard Read more...


Welfare Wifeys
by K'wan
"Welfare Wifeys is the novel version of The Wire and Set It Off"
Posted September 24, 2010

K'wan seems to be the Donald Goines of our generation. He has an extraordinary gift for leading the reader into the hood lifestyle of drugs, violence, hip hop, and relationship drama without the same tired clichés and stereotypes of black women that we see played out in pop Read more...


Running Dark
by Jamie Freveletti
"International intrigue is only part of the story!!"
Posted August 31, 2010

Pirates attacking a ship? No, it is not a Jack Sparrow tale of revelry and debauchery. RUNNING DARK seems to be a story ripped straight out of today's headlines; a case of art imitating life. Modern day pirates actually attack a cruise ship in order to rob the passengers Read more...


A Little Death In Dixie
by Lisa Turner
"Police drama and mystery...Memphis Style!!!"
Posted August 31, 2010

"If the ball ain't down the middle of the plate then you can't see it coming." Lisa Turner spins a gritty southern mystery with riveting plot twists and an unpredictable ending. In A LITTLE DEATH IN DIXIE, detective Billy Able is a Memphis cop who finds himself in Read more...


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