Category Archives: romance

Review: Song of the Fairy Queen

Song of the Fairy Queen, by Valerie Douglas The good King is overthrown by his evil half brother who turns out to be a horrible king (obviously, he is evil after all) and murders people and stuff. The real king … Continue reading

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Review: Candles on the Sand

Candles on the Sand by Katie Stephens For the ultimate in “post breakup recovery” stories, pick up a copy of Candles on the Sand. In this contemporary romance novel, Stephens tells the story of Anna, an English woman who finds … Continue reading

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Review: Spell Bound

Spell Bound by Kelly Armstrong I have a serious addiction to Kelly Armstrong’s books. Spellbound is the latest in the Women of the Otherworld series and follows one of the newer and most junior members of the cast of characters … Continue reading

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Review: Too Good To Be True

Too Good To Be True by Kristan Higgins I have to come right out and admit that I’ve got a soft-spot for this talented contemporary romance author. From her quippy dialogue to her pitch-perfect love scenes, I just can’t get … Continue reading

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Review: The Firebrand

The Firebrand (The Chicago Fire Trilogy) by Susan Wiggs This book was not what I was expecting. The cover has a woman reclining in heaping amounts of satin, bosoms apparently bursting at the seams. You look at a cover and … Continue reading

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Review: Prelude to a Scandal

Prelude to a Scandal by Delilah Marvelle This book, and the spunky character of Lady Justine, hooked me from page one. With interspersed quotes from the guidebook How To Avoid a Scandal, Marvelle transports you back in time to witness … Continue reading

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Review: The Sleeping Beauty

The Sleeping Beauty by Mercedes Lackey It’s not easy being a princess in a fairy tale – especially when you’re beautiful, intelligent, and of marriageable age. Best case scenario: you’re walking along and fall madly in love with a handsome, … Continue reading

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