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I Adored A Lord by Katharine Ashe

Katharine Ashe does it again; her second book in The Prince Catchers sires was fantastic. If you love the game of Clue or any number of shows where you need to figure out ‘who done it’, this book is right up your ally! Katharine’s characters are trapped on an estate with a murderer, and two of them must discover who this person is, before someone else is next… Ravenna Caulfield is a free spirit, to put it mildly. She loves being outdoors, never caring for a bonnet, cares for animals and people. Ravenna has decide to let her older sisters do the husband or ‘Prince’ hunting without her. She likes her life as it is and hates when things are forced to change. Unfortunately with her sisters resent marriage a lot will have to change for her, starting with Ravenna being tricked into going to a Prices Bridal Hunt! Lord...

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Full Exposure Book One: Independance Falls by Sara Jane Stone

    Sara Jane Stone is an Avon Romance writer I recently discovered during a live chat through Avon’s Facebook page. She is amazing, her talent for writing passionate scenes, heartwarming love, and describing the nature around you engages your mind fully. Sara has a great deal of knowledge and depth that she brings to her characters to make this book come alive and feel very real. There is romance, loyalty, strength and even a level of cute she intertwines in the pages. I was unable to put the book down even with the gift of at least ten new books I received recently. I had to finish it and know if they would come together or not.  A great start to this series! Georgia has survived the worst, she has watched people die, struggled to survive herself, and now vows to live to the fullest. After her time in Afghanistan...

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The Duke's Guide to Correct Behavior by Megan Frampton My rating: 4 of 5 stars Edelweiss gave me an uncorrected proof of this book, and I'm so glad they did. I've not had the pleasure of reading Megan Framptonbefore, but I'm very grateful for the opportunity. The Duke's Guide to Correct Behavior is a charming story about an unconventional pair of lovers drawn together by a little girl. No, it's not the most original of tales, but it's handled well. The characters are engaging, their connection and ultimate romance seems genuine and progresses naturally. I dare not offer much in the way of spoilers, as the book is not due out yet for some time. But it was a very enjoyable, satisfying read. View all my reviews

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Moonlight On My Mind by Jennifer McQuiston My rating: 4 of 5 stars This was my first time reading Jennifer McQuiston, but I'll be picking up her backlist as soon as is humanly possible. She writes delightful characters, with real, heartfelt human emotions. Her hero, Patrick, is utterly charming. When first we meet him, he's sneaking into his house, trying to avoid a ballroom, and  filthy with dung and sweat. We learn quickly that a)his family is hosting a house party, and b)he'd rather be in the barn. Because our hero is the younger son of an Earl, but he is not a feckless rogue or a dandy. He's a veterinarian. We meet the heroine at the same time, teasing and flirting with him, in hopes of using him to snag his elder brother's attention. This is Julianne, and the two exchange witty conversation that makes it clear from the...

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Annie ( Chapter 12 )

Teddy sat in his car confused, angry and wanting more Annie, but she was gone, and the only thing he had left was confusion and anger.

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Lizbeth Selvig on Lorraine Heath and an addiction to British Heroes

Today is my book’s birthday! Yay (cue big excitement)! My contemporary, small town romance BEAUTY AND THE BRIT is now available, and I couldn’t be happier. I wanted to celebrate in style today—and I'm honored that the wonderful Lorraine Heath is here to help me do just that. I am so excited for this opportunity to bring you an INTERVIEW! with amazing, talented, lovely Lorraine. Not only are we Avon sisters, but we both have a thing for Brits.

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A Good Debutante's Guide to Ruin by Sophie Jordan My rating: 2 of 5 stars A Good Debutante's Guide to Ruin should be just the kind of book I love to read. There's a likeable heroine and a hero with a dark, tragic secret in his past. There's delicious, snarky banter as the pair revisit an old childhood friendship and renegotiate their interaction as adults. The love scenes are hot enough of scorch the print right off the page. Yet I can only give this book two stars. If this were a first book, from a new author, I might rate it higher... but I just expect more from the talented Sophie Jordan. The prose is lush, the side characters well crafted and humorous. The difficulty lies with the main characters, Rosalie and her stepbrother, Declan. These two characters never come fully to life. Rosalie just isn't particularly...deep. She's grown...

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