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Book Reviews By Genre: Romance


Nora Roberts’s “Dark Witch” 3

I was so excited to read this book. I’ve read a lot of Nora Roberts and generally walk away happy I spent the time with her. But this book just didn’t hit the mark for me. Granted, it’s possible my expectations were too high — I love anything involving magic and the supernatural. In this tale, you begin with the original Dark Witch whose descendants come back together in modern times to finally defeat the wizard who took her down and wreaked havoc on the lives of many. We follow Iona Read more […]

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J.T. Geissinger’s “Into Darkness.”

Lumina Bohn has a secret. And it is one that will get her killed. “I’m different. I’m dangerous. I’m almost certainly not human. And if I want to stay alive, no one can know.” She is not human. Of that she is sure, for how else can she explain starting fires with a thought and stripping abilities from others she touches? Life after The Flash is controlled by the Imperial Federation, the power that imposed order on the few remaining outposts of humans. Toxic clouds poison the air and Read more […]


Grace Burrowes’ “Lady Eve’s Indiscretion” 2

Just when you wanted the wit of a solid Regency, with the naughty bits left in, here comes Grace Burrowes’ “Lady Eve’s Indiscretion,” the fourth installment of the Windham Series. Secrets are rife in the Windham family, but Eve feels hers would ruin her and devastate her family. Years ago she gave her virginity to a cad, and after his abuse fled away on horseback only to have a catastrophic fall. Her physical rehabilitation took years to achieve, but her emotional wounds have yet to Read more […]

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Kylie Scott’s “Play.”

“The man had hooker lips. I shit you not.” Ladies, what’s a hot follow up to a sexy rock star? Another one, of course! Following up on her first Stage Dive Series novel, “Lick,” Kylie SCott has turned the heat and humor on! This time around it’s Stage Dive’s Mal, the delicious bad boy drummer from Kylie Scott’s first book. In “Play” we discover what’s behind that devil-may-care attitude and just how hot he burns! Anne, Evelyn and Lauren’s neighbor has just found herself in hot water. Read more […]


Marie Hall’s “Crimson Night” 1

After thousands of years, life is pretty good for Pandora. She’s a Nephilim, part human and part demon, imbued with the soul of Lust. That means that she’s everybody’s wet dream, and when she gets that itch, you can bet she gets it scratched. It feeds her demon and it provides her entertainment. Life in the Carnival Diabolique, a decadent circus of sin and sometimes pleasure, is enough for Dora and her adopted family of Nephs. They look out for one another, feed each other’s demon and keep each Read more […]

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Nalini Singh’s “Heart of Obsidian” 2

I love everything Nalini Singh! And in her latest book, “Heart of Obsidian” Singh doesn’t disappoint. For fans of the Psy/Changeling series, we have been waiting with baited breath for Kaleb Krychek’s aka “The Ghost’s” story. He has been an integral figure in the series, sometimes swooping in to save the day, but mostly making decisions with typical calculated, and sometimes devastating, Psy logic. We’ve known, however, that he has been searching for something, or someone, and that each cold decision Read more […]


Kylie Scott’s “Lick” 1

“Everything I’d heard about Vegas was true. Bad things happened there, terrible things.” Evelyn Thomas wakes up after a tequila-laden 21st birthday celebration in Vegas next to the most amazing specimen of man she ever recalls seeing. Strange thing is, that although he seems familiar, he’s way out of her league. What’s more, she can’t recall a thing about the night before, or how she got into his room. Or the five-carat diamond she has on her finger, until the gorgeous man informs Read more […]

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Lila DiPasqua’s “Undone”

In “Undone,” Angelica runs away from her aristocratic life and her stepfather, Nicolas Fouquet, after a brutal assault and makes her way to a convent, hiding herself in obscurity in Genoa. There she plans a life of quiet reflection until the moonlit night her path crosses that of Simon Boulanger and her simple life is forever changed. Simon, born a lowly commoner, is now the commander of a naval fleet sailing as a privateer for France during war with the Spanish. Wanting to achieve a better station Read more […]