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Guest Review ~ For Your Arms Only

Lynette Curtis, a frequent visitor of the blog, has been kind enough to review Caroline Linden’s, For Your Arms Only and offer up her two cents. ~*~*~ For Your Arms Only Author: Caroline Linden Publisher: Avon/HarperCollins Pub. Date: November 24, …

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Reader Review ~ SINJIN – Julia Templeton

Back in December, I gave away 2 copies of Julia Templeton’s SINJIN for reader 2 readers to review. Well today I’m posting those reviews and giving away another 2 copies of SINJIN to 2 lucky commenters. 🙂 ~*~*~ SINJIN Author: …

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Rate Me Review ~ SINJIN

I’m heating up December with Julia Templeton’s SINJIN. Who is Sinjin, you ask? Well he’s one of the Rakehells of Rochester. And he’s nicknamed “Sin” for a very good reason. If you like your historical scorching hot, this is definitely …

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Sarah Mayberry takes us Home for the Holidays

I’m going to start the post by saying that The Season doesn’t feature contemporary category romances simply because I do not have the manpower to feature them ALL. Plus, eHarlequin.com already does a fabulous job showcasing the massive catalogue of …

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Second Time Around Reviews ~ Highland Obsession

Before I post Barbara’s review for Highland Obsession, which she originally posted on her blog, Happily Forever After on August 7, 2009, I thought that today we readers and authors needed a treat. I first stumbled upon this cover on …

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Lavinia Kent turns the table on traditional roles

The cover of A Talent for Sin caught my attention immediately. The heroine’s coquettish look over the shoulder. Nice.  Provocative. Seemingly innocent. Then I read the back cover blurb. Now I’m completely intrigued. Older woman, younger man. But wait, the …

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Katie’s starting us off

Before I turn the blog over to Katie, I’d  like to send a special thanks to Kensington Publishing (my wonderful editor Peter Senftleben) for supplying an entire year of debut titles. And to Pamela and Wendy at Avon Books, who …

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