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Publishers Weekly called Misleading A Duke "high-octane" and said, "This immersive, fast-paced novel will have readers on the edges of their seats."


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Desire as volatile as theirs has consequences that could last a lifetime…


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Can the magic of mistletoe bring together two busy single parents?


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Barcelona—exquisite architecture, masterful artists, and just down the coast, an ancient fortress where an old and powerful vampire lives…and rules all of Spain.


Recent Reviews

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"Two people come together against the demons of their pasts. . ."
Blue Sky Cowboy Christmas
by Joanne Kennedy
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted October 29, 2020

There are all types of damaged creatures: animals and humans alike who are all trying to do their best to appear normal and functioning Read more...



"On the run to find the truth. . ."
Nine
by Rachelle Dekker
Reviewed by Sharon Salituro
Posted October 29, 2020

Two people with two different backgrounds. . . Lucy, or number 9, has escaped from the lab that made her. Zoe is Read more...



"He might be dirty but she needs him - in and out of court."
When He's Dirty
by Lisa Renee Jones
Reviewed by Annetta Sweetko
Posted October 29, 2020

As a part of Walker Security, Adrian Mack is known for his corny jokes and his willingness to go the Read more...



"An Impressive YA Debut Featuring a Summer Camp for Teenage Homicidal Misfits"
Teen Killers Club
by Lily Sparks
Reviewed by Sandra Martin
Posted October 29, 2020

What if you were wrongly convicted of a grisly murder and you were sent to a top-secret camp for teen assassins? You are Read more...



"A tender, nuanced and sensual adult graphic novel. . ."
Patience & Esther: An Edwardian Romance
by Sw Searle
Reviewed by Danielle Dresser
Posted October 29, 2020

Patience is a new housemaid at a grand home in Edwardian England. Far from her home in Scotland, she’s a hard worker Read more...



"Fun read done in Diana Palmer's signature fashion"
Wyoming True
by Diana Palmer
Reviewed by Sandra Wurman
Posted October 29, 2020

I have a confession to make. I am a glutton for happy endings, cowboys, ranchers, and love stories and Diana Palmer never disappoints. Read more...



"Twelve Australian fantasy offerings"
The Unseen
by Thea Harrison
Reviewed by Make Kay
Posted October 29, 2020

WARLORDS, WITCHES & WOLVES is a hefty anthology from twelve Australian paranormal and fantasy authors Read more...



"A creatively conceived thriller, skillfully executed, captivates the imagination"
Daylight
by David Baldacci
Reviewed by Ruth Castleberry
Posted October 29, 2020

When FBI Agent Atlee Pine’s search to uncover the truth about her twin sister Mercy’s abduction runs afoul of Army Read more...



"An enthralling mystery with hidden estrangements and betrayals!"
The Darkest Evening
by Ann Cleeves
Reviewed by Audrey Lawrence
Posted October 28, 2020

Typical Vera!  Too independent to heed the advice of her team to not venture to her remote home in the predicted major storm Read more...



"Discovering what's really important in life"
The Blended Quilt
by Wanda E. Brunstetter, Jean Brunstetter
Reviewed by Viki Ferrell
Posted October 27, 2020

In Middlebury, Indiana, Sadie Kuhns daydreams about the trip she and four girlfriends made to Hawaii a couple years ago. She decides to make Read more...



"Who wanted the commune leader dead?"
Knot of This World
by Mary Marks
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted October 27, 2020

Martha Rose is stunned when her long-time friend, Birdie Watson, shares the news that she and her husband, Denver, are planning to join Read more...



"Can Addie solve another mystery?"
A Page Marked for Murder
by Lauren Elliott
Reviewed by Debbie Wiley
Posted October 27, 2020

Addison Greyborne has her hands full. Not only is she the owner of Beyond the Page, a book and curio shop, but her flakey Read more...



"A fabulous send off for the Van Alen sisters!"
Fair Is the Rose
by Meagan McKinney
Reviewed by Angie Elle
Posted October 27, 2020

Audiobook narrated by Lisa Flanagan

Fair Is the Rose Read more...



"Tis the Season for Holiday Cheer, Good Deeds and Catching a Murderous Scrooge"
The Gift of the Magpie
by Donna Andrews
Reviewed by Sandra Martin
Posted October 27, 2020

THE GIFT OF THE MAGPIE is the 28th book in this long-running popular series featuring Read more...



"Moxie gets an old pony instead of a barrel racer, but she's in for a surprise!"
A Wild Ride
by Niki Danforth
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

This story reminds me of the old Champion the Wonder Horse series. A young lady named Moxie Wyoming, on her tenth birthday, is hoping Read more...



"Dog walkers lead such a busy life, including crime solving"
Dog-gone Dead
by Jackie Layton
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

Andi Grace Scott is the amateur sleuth in this lively second book in the ‘Low Country Dog Walker’ series. Andi Grace Read more...



"A Canadian Cinderella visits an apartment overlooking Central Park"
Cinderella's New York Fling
by Cara Colter
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

Here’s a light summer romance read, a tale of a Canadian small town lady out of her element. Jessica Winton runs a Read more...



"A strong heroine gets more than she expected in Texas"
Chasing Wild Horses
by Mila Nicks
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

Samara Grant drives with her wildly annoying brother Jamari to the town of Lutton, Texas. They used to visit family here as kids Read more...



"See inside many horsey scenes you otherwise would not explore"
Horse Crazy
by Sarah Maslin Nir
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

Sarah Maslin Nir is a journalist who tells us candidly of her upbringing as an outsider in New York’s socialite schools and Read more...



"A search and rescue dog unearths a serial killer"
Alaska Showdown
by Sarah Varland
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

Adriana Steele and her white husky Blue are hot on the scent of a missing person. Tragically, what they find is a body. The Read more...



"A TV journalist is forced into witness protection among the Plain folk"
The Amish Newcomer
by Patrice Lewis
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

Leah Porte needs a new life, fast. She has to enter witness protection. Imagine if your busy city job had landed you in danger Read more...



"A young pet-lover's book packed with fun"
Pet That Dog
by Gideon Kidd
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

A boy from Iowa, aged eleven, has started keeping track of all the dogs he has met, and petted if possible, and now this Read more...



"An FBI agent enters this Brooklyn K9 series"
Tracking a Kidnapper
by Valerie Hansen
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

Got to love that Border Collie geared up for work as a K9 officer. In the latest book in the ‘True Blue K9 Read more...



"The next best thing to a museum tour in the woods"
American Axe
by Brett McLeod
Reviewed by Clare O'Beara
Posted October 27, 2020

Subtitled The Tool That Shaped a Continent, this glossy collection of photos and historical information does what it says on the pack. We meet Read more...




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