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Can a convicted criminal be trusted to help solve their case, or will he lead them straight into a double cross?


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Can she restore his reputation or will he jeopardize hers?


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Family, second chances--and the connections that bring women together in hope and healing. . .


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Will this unlikely match prosper or fall to the shoals of the ton?


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The Irresistible Italian: Married for Business


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You'll never be the same


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Spirits From Beyond
by Simon Green
"Book Four in the Ghost Finders Series Has Plenty of Chills"
Posted November 11, 2013

Simon Green continues the adventures of the intrepid Ghost Finders in SPIRITS FROM BEYOND, the fourth in the series. The underlying mystery is furthered a bit in the first part of the book, but matters focus on a seemingly disconnected haunting of an old inn miles from the Read more...


The Mysterious Case of the Golden Egg
by Ernie Lindsey
"Gentle Guidance in a Page-Turning Tween Mystery"
Posted October 17, 2013

Ernie Lindsey is a USA Today Bestselling author who has published many adult mystery and suspense novels. In his first foray into tween fiction, THE MARSHMALLOW HAMMER DETECTIVE AGENCY: THE CASE OF THE GOLDEN EGG, main character Hat (Halcyone Acasia Tintersmoot) receives a mysterious package on her twelfth birthday... from Read more...


A Wolff at Heart
by Janice Maynard
"Well Worth the Wait, a Stunning Conclusion to the Wolff Saga"
Posted October 14, 2013

At an already challenging time in his life, Pierce discovers something that has the potential to break apart his entire life. He turns to lawyer Nicola Parrish to find the answers he both dreads and desires. I read the previous six books in the Men of Wolff MountainRead more...


Sleigh Bells in the Snow
by Sarah Morgan
"Travel to Vermont for a Very Special Start to the Season, and a Brand New Series."
Posted October 13, 2013

Most of the year Kayla Green can keep herself happily insulated with the work she loves but when the Christmas holidays come nothing can keep her loneliness at bay. When she gets the opportunity of working a challenging account tucked away from the reek of Christmas in New York City Read more...


Breath Of Iron
by Kate Cross
"Pirate, Doctor, Steampunk Universe and Delicious Love Story"
Posted October 13, 2013

Three years ago Evelyn Stone left her love in perhaps his darkest hour, telling herself she could no longer live with the risks he took with his life. Captain Gavin 'Mac' MacRae vowed never again to make himself vulnerable to the woman he cannot forget, but when a greater duty Read more...


Date with a Vampire
by Raine English
"Paranormal Romantic Comedy with a Touch of Horror"
Posted October 13, 2013

A centuries-old Moldavian vampire caves under family pressure and decides the best way to find a wealthy wife and keep his evil brother from rampaging their homeland is to join a group of bachelors vying for the hand of a fair (millionairess) maiden on a reality TV show. A Read more...


No Good Duke Goes Unpunished
by Sarah MacLean
"The Explosive Third in the Series Provides Even More Enticing Twists"
Posted October 11, 2013

The darkly brooding Temple who faces any comer in the ring with aplomb and unyielding force is staggered when confronted with the cause of his destruction, the woman he believed he'd killed twelve years ago. Mrs. MacIntyre has kept her secrets for twelve long years, but with the foolish Read more...


Diary Of A Teenage Fairy Godmother
by Kathleen Baldwin
"A Modern Take on the Traditional Tale of a Fairy Godmother"
Posted September 23, 2013

Lilliana Skye has just graduated from Fairy Godmother school, and is slated to watch over one of Cinderella's descendants to make certain she makes good choices. This sounds like a recipe for a saccharine-sweet fairy tale with gooey dogooders and heavy handed morality handed down from on high Read more...


Heart Of Venom
by Jennifer Estep
"Pure Adrenaline-Ridden Kick Ass Adventure"
Posted September 7, 2013

Jo-Jo, skilled healer and beautician and her sister Sophia, bad-ass body disposer and Goth extraordinaire have been a part of Gin Blanco's life since she met her foster father Fletcher Lane, aka the assassin Tin Man. Years ago Fletcher rescued Sophia from a madman on a mountain Read more...


The Runaway Countess
by Amanda McCabe
"More Mature After the Wedding Historical Romance"
Posted September 7, 2013

When Jane Bancroft married Hayden Fitzwalter, Earl of Ramsey all she knew of love could fit in a teacup. She was certain they loved each other and innocently felt that would be enough to make a wonderful life together. Three miscarriages later with Hayden lost in his cups and tangled Read more...


Deadly Sting
by Jennifer Estep
"Gin Blanco is Back, Knives in Hand to Take on a Giant Problem"
Posted September 2, 2013

Gin Blanco is back in the eighth installment of the Elemental Assassin series. This time she shows up at a tony high class event to help get her mind off her erstwhile boyfriend only to realize there are a few too many giants about, even for the exhibition Read more...


Unconditional
by Lauren Dane
"Plunge Into A Thrilling Mystery in This Tightly Plotted Paranormal Romance"
Posted August 28, 2013

Intertwined with her Bound by Magick series, as well as a bit of her De la Vega Cat series Lauren Dane has a new entry in her Cascadia Wolves series, the first since 2008. UNCONDITIONAL, book eight, picks up a handful of years past book seven (Fated) and Read more...


A Brew to a Kill
by Cleo Coyle
"The Food Truck Business Can be Deadly"
Posted August 18, 2013

As the story opens, Clare's biggest problem is convincing her business partner and former husband Matteo (Matt) Allegro of the wisdom of Village Blend's newest investment; a food and coffee truck called Muffin Muse. All that shifts when a speeding van fells her friend and colleague Lilly Beth Read more...


Death Al Dente
by Leslie Budewitz
"This First in a New Series Is Strong Enough to Stand Outside the Confines of Its Genre"
Posted August 17, 2013

First in the new Food Lover's Village Mystery series, DEATH AL DENTE focuses on main character Erin Murphy who has moved back to her hometown to help her mother manage and update her family's legacy, the store that has been known as Murphy's Mercantile almost Read more...


That Touch Of Ink
by Diane Vallere
"Clever and Enjoyable...Especially if You are a Doris Day Fan"
Posted August 10, 2013

Madison Night shares a birthday with Doris Day and that, combined with her love of mid-century design inspired her Dallas-based business, Mad for Mod. She sees a lot of herself in the characters Doris played in her romantic comedies but her attitude when it comes to business and Read more...


The Lost
by Vicki Pettersson
"Rockabilly Sweetheart and Her Fallen Angel Lover Fight the Big Fight"
Posted August 4, 2013

The second in Vicki Petterson's Celestial Blues series has at its core a love story, although it is far from a typically formulaic romance. Like book one, The Taken, THE LOST has as its background the mystery of who killed fallen angel Grif and his beautiful blonde Read more...


The Red Plague Affair
by Lilith Saintcrow
"Book Two in the Bannon and Clare Steampunk Series Follows Through With a Dark and Dangerous Ride."
Posted August 3, 2013

As book two in Lilith Saintcrow's Bannon and Clare series opens Archibold Clare, mentath in service to Queen and Empire has settled into a somewhat complacent state, pursuing his arch nemesis and fellow mentath, the thief Francis Vance, sometimes at the expense of his duty to the Read more...


Sweet Revenge
by Zoe Archer
"Power, Passion and Suspense Sing Throughout This Unusual Historical Romance"
Posted July 11, 2013

Jack Dalton is an escaped convict with one singular mission, to complete the act that sent him to Dunmoor Prison in the first place. When a group of mostly toffs forcibly enlists him to their cause, his one thought is to use them to get close enough to his target Read more...


The Good, The Bad And The Witchy
by Heather Blake
"A Pleasure to Read, Another Solid Entry in the Wishcraft Series"
Posted July 6, 2013

In book three of her Wishcraft series, Heather Blake's spunky yet vulnerable heroine Darcy Merriweather is plunged into another murder investigation. This time the victim is loved by (almost) everyone, a side benefit of his particular witchy craft. In a case tangled in the thorns of a Read more...


Tarnished And Torn
by Juliet Blackwell
"The Fifth Entry in the Witchcraft Mystery Series May Be the Best Yet!"
Posted July 5, 2013

Lily Ivory's visit to a local Gem Faire is disrupted by fire, murder and a runaway Vietnamese pot-bellied pig. Before the brouhaha settles Lily will be entangled in an investigation where her estranged father may be the prime suspect. In a maelstrom of fire dancing, ancient methods of Read more...


Diana Troldahl


http://otterwise.blogspot.com

Diana has had a profound love affair with books since she was 4 years old and learned to read the word 'door'. Never fewer than three books going at one time makes for a happy, fulfilled life. In the time not spent reading and writing, she designs knitting and crochet patterns under the name Otterwise Designs. She is married to a modern Viking. They are owned by 2 cats, and she is working on getting a dog (the Viking is a cat person). She will read almost anything, but doesn't really like horror or general non-genre fiction unless it was written more than a century ago.

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