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Murder, mayhem and makeup!


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Love in the moment


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She has it all, doesn't she?


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Breaking All The Rules


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.....From the Scandalous Seasons Series!


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Bad Boys Undercover


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Now in paperback


Reviews

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Hush
by Karen Robards
"Danger truly lurks in every corner"
Posted February 25, 2015

One of my favorite Karen Robards book is SHIVER. It was a wonderful story centered on strong amazing characters. Vintage Robards is based on character development. It's what her fans depend on. So welcome to HUSH that captures your attention from page one and takes you on an adventure Read more...


One Wish
by Robyn Carr
"fame is fleeting - love is forever"
Posted February 24, 2015

Fame, medals and money are great but according to ONE WISH Robyn Carr's latest story based in Thunder Point, a place that has become very familiar and dear to her fans, not everyone wants to bask in the glory for their entire life. Get ready to catch up with Read more...


Undressed
by Shannon Richard
"gem of a Valentine's Day tale"
Posted February 21, 2015

I can not think of a sexier scenic design or setup than a log cabin engulfed in a blizzard and on Valentine's Day to boot. How about playing a strip game of truth or dare with a guy who had a habit of scowling at her. Well UNDRESSED by Read more...


At Wolf Ranch
by Jennifer Ryan
"corruption runs deep in this page turner"
Posted February 13, 2015

Jennifer Ryan knows how to hook the reader in and in AT WOLF RANCH Ryan does waste any time. The story is about murder, deceit and love. Quite a wonderful combination of elements that make AT WOLF RANCH an instant winner in my book. The storyline is constructed like a Read more...


Fear Of Flying
by Leigh Court
"heard of the flying high club"
Posted February 1, 2015

Any book or story with a title like FEAR OF FLYING is going to bring thoughts to another book of the same name. This FEAR OF FLYING has its fair share of sexy, provocative, sassy scenes. It's really a novella that appeared previously in a compilation of stories and Read more...


The Spinster Bride
by Jane Goodger
"delightful engaging tale about looking for love"
Posted January 29, 2015

Alternates between being funny thanks to spot on humorous dialog and heart wrenchingly realistic due to Jane Goodger's attention to detail and accuracy. THE SPINSTER BRIDE is an excellent addition to a series that centers on Lords and Ladies. As a great fan of Victorian based romances THE SPINSTER Read more...


Undone
by Shannon Richard
"a wonderful break out novel"
Posted January 22, 2015

UNDONE is Shannon Richard's breakout book with a story designed to rein you in. Her characters have sass, are sexy and just plain appeal. It's always difficult to predict how an authors first novel will go - will it pass inspection - will it drive in sales - most important will Read more...


How to Kiss a Cowboy
by Joanne Kennedy
"truly an odd couple looking for dare we say love"
Posted January 17, 2015

If you missed How to Handle a Cowboy -- the first in The Cowboys of Decker Ranch series by Joanne Kennedy my first suggestion would be go out and read it. It is surely one of the best introductions to a series that captures your attention and heart. Moving Read more...


Unforgettable
by Shannon Richard
"Hot and Sexy - Sure to Warm Your Heart"
Posted January 16, 2015

Looking for hot, steamy, sexy, heartwarming and lovely all rolled up in one? Look no further than the latest in Shannon Richard's Country Roads series. Shannon rewards her fans with UNFORGETTABLE which is just what the title suggests. UNFORGETTABLE is Nathaniel and Hannah's tale. Their story Read more...


The Rebel of Copper Creek
by R.C. Ryan
"the saga of the MacKenzie family continues"
Posted January 15, 2015

The second book in the Copper Creek Cowboy series THE REBEL OF COPPER CREEK is another story by R.C. Ryan. Once again Ryan has penned a wonderfully touching and somewhat inspiring story that just happens to take place on a ranch. This is a timeless piece about Read more...


The Marriage Charm
by Linda Lael Miller
"love is once again in the air in Bliss County"
Posted January 11, 2015

THE MARRIAGE CHARM is the second in The Brides of Bliss County series. Not sure how many will follow but I can guess at least one more. The series revolves around three friends who make a pact that they will ultimately marry the man of their dreams for Read more...


A Holiday Gamble
by Jane Feather
"Intriguing holiday novella"
Posted January 10, 2015

Happy Holiday to all from Jane Feather in the form of a novella titled A HOLIDAY GAMBLE. Here's the scoop it's never a gamble purchasing a book by Jane Feather even one that is obviously designed to be a short story. But don't mistake short for small Read more...


The Knitting Answer Book 2nd Edition
by Margaret Radcliffe
"extraordinary helpful knitters handbook"
Posted January 2, 2015

This is the second edition of a book that was originally published in 2005 and the author Margaret Radcliffe is very precise as to why she decided to put out another edition. The world of knitting as well as most other crafts have definitely evolved thanks to addition of several Read more...


More Last Minute Knitted Gifts
by Joelle Hoverson
"Quick last minute gift ideas"
Posted January 2, 2015

MORE LAST MINUTE KNITTED GIFTS is the second book of this type written by Joelle Hoverson. Hoverson is the owner of a beautifully appointed knitting shop that truly centers on colors. This book also focuses on the use of colors to make simple projects pop. Since this book is about Read more...


Daisies in the Canyon
by Carolyn Brown
"Sisters have a special unique bond"
Posted January 1, 2015

DAISIES IN THE CANYON conjures up an image that you realize is totally planned by Carolyn Brown. Brown does not waste words -- her intent immediately grabs the reader and as the story progresses you can't help but shake your head as you recognize the ingenious plot of the book Read more...


Texas Mail Order Bride
by Linda Broday
"Welcome to Battle Creek"
Posted January 1, 2015

Skipping to the back of the book is an introduction to Linda Broday which made me understand why I just loved TEXAS MAIL ORDER BRIDE. Broday is a western aficionada -- a cowboy buff just like me. Simply put Broday likes anyone in Stetsons and boots -- well as long as they Read more...


Dogwood Hill
by Sherryl Woods
"charming and funny story about taking chances on love"
Posted December 21, 2014

If you are looking for a book that makes you smile and laugh out loud look no further than Sherryl Wood's DOGWOOD HILL. It's another walk into the world of Chesapeake Bay and the O'Brien family. I've been a fan of Woods for a Read more...


The Trouble With Texas Cowboys
by Carolyn Brown
"modern day family feud gone amok"
Posted December 21, 2014

Ever since reading I Love This Bar I've been hooked on Carolyn Brown. Brown improves with age like fine wine -- or in her case a great bottle of beer. She somehow maintains the integrity of her characterizations throughout the book or story and is current to what is relevant Read more...


Shattered Secrets
by Karen Harper
"welcome to Cold Creek - small town with big secrets"
Posted December 13, 2014

Here is a story that centers on what could truly be called an oxymoron -- small town secrets - anyone familiar with small towns is aware that gossip is rampant. Secrets just waiting to be shattered -- ergo the title of this crime suspense story by Karen Harper -- SHATTERED SECRETS. Perfect title for Read more...


How to Handle a Cowboy
by Joanne Kennedy
"warm welcome to a fabulous new series"
Posted December 12, 2014

There are times when you realize how much brilliance it takes to create a story that captures your attention, rich with details and holds fast to the very last page. And then as you approach the last paragraph you have to face the fact that the adventure is over. HOW Read more...


Sandra Wurman


An avid reader for all my life and reading is one of my passions. Iíve been an independent reviewer for over seven years now and have covered just about every genre from a vast number of publishers and authors. Another perk of reviewing is getting a first glimpse of new and upcoming works from talented authors. As a reviewer I have had the fortune to meet new authors and become reacquainted with some tried and true ones. One of the most rewarding aspects of reviewing is having your work acknowledged by authors and/or publishers. The inclusion of one of my reviews on a book jacket or on an authorís website is a supreme compliment and always appreciated. With the advent and broad adoption of the e-reader the scope of available works to be reviewed has increased exponentially making the job of the reviewer ever more challenging as the selection of works becomes vast beyond belief. My goal is simple Ė to deliver a fair and honest review. I take this very seriously as I respect my readers and they can depend on my appraisal of fiction as well as various crafts and cooking. My main focus is fiction but occasionally something from another genre catches my eye.

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