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To Joshua, Cadence is a mystery to unravel.

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In war-torn Berlin, two lovers risk all to save endangered Jews.

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The holidays are served up with some spice in this small-town romance featuring a woman who must maintain a secret identity and the man who begins falling for her.

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Catching a kidnapper takes teamwork...and a St. Bernard.

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PI Emma Djan investigates the death of Lady Araba, a Ghanaian fashion icon and social media celebrity


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Battle Ground
by Jim Butcher
"Jim Butcher's imagination seems endless!"
Posted September 3, 2020

Brace yourself! If you’re new to the Harry Dresden world, then you’re going to be in for one crazy ride! BATTLE GROUND is book seventeen in the Dresden Files Read more...

Peace Talks
by Jim Butcher
"PEACE TALKS might be one of my favorite books in the series."
Posted July 19, 2020

I feel like a lot of time has passed since the last Dresden Files novel, so I’m sure readers, like myself, are eager for the latest book called PEACE TALKS. In this book, there’s a combination Read more...

Emerald Blaze
by Ilona Andrews
"EMERALD BLAZE will certainly create its own blazing path."
Posted July 15, 2020

Ilona Andrews returns with the fifth book in the Hidden Legacy series. This book features two incredibly amazing characters by the name of Catalina Baylor and Alessandro Sagredo.

They are Prime magic users, but even with their strengths, there is Read more...

Shadows in Death
by J.D. Robb
"SHADOWS IN DEATH definitely proves how talented a writer J.D. Robb is."
Posted June 25, 2020

J.D. Robb can literally do no wrong! In the latest installment in the In Death series, Ever and Roarke are once again presented with a nasty murder in Washington Square Park, they are forced to work together to catch Read more...

American Demon
by Kim Harrison
"With new murders and new characters, Harrison gives the series a new kick!"
Posted June 25, 2020

Kim Harrison delights fans by returning to her most prolific series, The Hollows. AMERICAN DEMON is the fourteenth book in the series and since it marks the return of everyone&rsquo Read more...

Faithless in Death
by J.D. Robb
"Only J.D. Robb can write a story that’s as detailed and thrilling as this book is."
Posted June 25, 2020

J.D. Robb’s In Death series is one of those series that I love to read no matter what the season is. I’m always in the mood to read about Eve and Roarke and in this Read more...

Alpha Night
by Nalini Singh
"Detailed writing and interesting characters always keep me coming back for more!"
Posted June 4, 2020

ALPHA NIGHT marks the fourth book in the Psy-Changeling Trinity world and as a lover of the original series, I’ve been looking forward to this book’s Read more...

Rage and Ruin
by Jennifer L. Armentrout
"Armentrout has definitely found a formula that fits her writing style."
Posted June 4, 2020

RAGE AND RUIN is book two in the Harbinger Trilogy by Jennifer L. Armentrout and she continues her exciting story about a half-human and half-angel. Along with her gargoyle Read more...

Lavender Blue Murder
by Laura Childs
"Laura Childs proves why she is such a powerhouse writer."
Posted March 5, 2020

LAVENDER BLUE MURDER is book twenty-one in the Teashop Mystery series. It’s by far the best series that Laura Childs has written, and in this book, she proves why she is such a powerhouse writer.


Golden in Death
by J.D. Robb
"I can’t imagine my bookshelves without Eve and Roarke on them."
Posted February 5, 2020

J.D. Robb hits an incredible milestone with the 50th book of the In Death series. As one of my all-time favorite beloved series, I still can’t believe that Robb has been able to pen so many Read more...

The Kissing Game
by Marie Harte
"True to Harte’s style, she keeps things light and enjoyable, infusing the book with light banter"
Posted January 30, 2020

THE KISSING GAME marks a special release for Marie Harte as this has been a book that has been anticipated for a long while. Readers fell in love with Rena Jackson’s character and expressed their wish to have Read more...

Wicked Bite
by Jeaniene Frost
"Frost stays true to the beloved characters of the series"
Posted January 28, 2020

It’s been a long time coming. I feel like I have been waiting for this story for forever and I think with that came a lot of expectations. WICKED BITE is book two in the Night Rebel series. Because I was such a fan of Read more...

Frost and Flame
by Gena Showalter
"Gena Showalter’s FROST AND FLAME is action-packed and thrilling."
Posted January 27, 2020

Gena Showalter’s FROST AND FLAME is action-packed and thrilling. I was interested in the story of Bane and Nola since the first book of the series. However, I did encounter something that kind of hindered my reading experience.

As a fan of Showalter&rsquo

Cookies and Clairvoyance
by Bailey Cates
"COOKIES AND CLAIRVOYANCE is unlike any other paranormal cozy mystery I’ve read."
Posted January 23, 2020

As a lover of cozy mystery novels, I was looking forward to diving into the more paranormal side with COOKIES AND CLAIRVOYANCE. Bailey Cates is a well-loved author by many and I loved the concept of a hedgewitch and Read more...

The Burning Shadow
by Jennifer L. Armentrout
"The mythology behind this series is definitely my favorite aspect of this series."
Posted January 16, 2020

Jennifer Armentrout returns to the world of the Lux with the second installment of the Origin series. THE BURNING SHADOW follows Evie as she tries to navigate her way through his dark and mysterious world. After having lost pieces of Read more...

Summoned to Thirteenth Grave
by Darynda Jones
"A great ending to the beloved series!"
Posted January 1, 2020

Darynda Jones has shown a lot of her talent throughout the Charley Davidson series and while I was excited for this book, it was also very bittersweet to see the series come to an end. With Read more...

At Death's Door
by Sherrilyn Kenyon
"AT DEATH'S DOOR is rife with mayhem and mischief!"
Posted August 29, 2019

AT DEATH’S DOOR is Sherrilyn Kenyon’s latest installment in the Deadmen’s Cross series. If you like paranormal elements, then this is a series that you Read more...

The Evil Queen
by Gena Showalter
"THE EVIL QUEEN will definitely make you rethink the classic fairy tale!"
Posted July 3, 2019

Gena Showalter has a brand new Young Adult series called "The Forest of Good and Evil". The first book in the series is called THE EVIL QUEEN. If you can't tell already, it's a fairy tale retelling of Snow White, but the twist is that Read more...

Smooth Moves
by Marie Harte
"SMOOTH MOVES will undoubtedly sweep you off your feet!"
Posted May 16, 2019

Marie Harte has always excelled at writing contemporary romance and the Movin' On series excellently captures humor and heart in equal measures. When Cash Griffith and Jordan Fleming find themselves toe- to-toe with one another, sparks fly and this begins a new relationship with them. One of the things Read more...

Death of a Wedding Cake Baker
by Lee Hollis
"Precisely written and highly addictive!"
Posted April 23, 2019

Lee Hollis is one of my all-time favorite Cozy Mystery authors and with DEATH OF A WEDDING CAKE BAKER, they show exactly why they are the best! When Hayley Powell's best friend, Liddy Crawfield, is set to get married, the Read more...

Annie Tegelan

Annie Tegelan is an avid reader and writer. She writes New Adult Dystopian and Contemporary Romance under the pen name Ana Jolene. Please visit her website www.anajolene.com for more details about her books! Her go- to genre is Romance, anything from Paranormal Romance, Erotic, Contemporary, Suspense and Historical. She also enjoys Science Fiction and Fantasy, Urban Fantasy and Teens and YA. She also reviews and blogs for www.underthecoversbookblog.com

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6 comments posted.

Re: It Happened One Midnight (3:22pm July 3, 2013):

Sounds fab! I cannot wait to read it!

Re: Lord Of Darkness (10:37am March 4, 2013):

I absolutely adore Historical Romances and find that Hoyt's way of incorporating action in the Ghost of St. Giles theme to be smart and unique!

Re: Fever (2:01pm January 25, 2012):

Great post Joan and lovely interview with Cindy! I love her Black Ops series. I just discovered them earlier this month and just love the balance of suspense and romance in the novels. I wonder, is maintaining this balance churning in the back of your head as your write?

Re: Ecstasy Untamed (4:02pm October 26, 2011):

Most imaginative movie? Maybe the Harry Potter movies or Avatar. Those ones definitely made me think, wow! Where do people come up with this?

Re: The Lady Of The Storm (5:19pm August 4, 2011):

Wow, this is a new to me author! Would love the chance to win and read her work! Cover and blurb look and sound amazing!

Re: Too Hot To Touch (5:18pm August 4, 2011):

First crush for me was my neighbour in kindergarden! is that too young? *bites nails* I got the lead as Mary for the Xmas play and he was Joseph. I put his arm around me and I was in heaven. Literally. We made baby Jesus, LOL!!

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