Books Reviewed:

Hearts of Fire by Miranda Lee

Miranda Lee’s Hearts of Fire, a full-length romantic suspense novel was a disappointing conclusion to her Australian-set “Hearts of Fire” series, if only because the series was so good and this book is rather anticlimactic.

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Surviving Raine by Shay Savage

In Shay Savage’s Surviving Raine, Bastian, a bad boy with lots of baggage, finds himself adrift in the ocean with Raine, a young woman with lots of heart. You won’t have to worry about him keeping his card close to his chest! This is first-person, introspective, bellybutton-lint-picking on a level never endured before! (By me,…

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Unfinished Business by Suzanne Forster

Suzanne Forster was an author I’d read before Unfinished Business. This book arrived in one of my monthly subscriptions to category romances. It was a pleasant surprise, as I’d enjoyed Foster’s works. Sucks for me that this one was not as fun as what I’d read before.

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The Highwayman by Kerrigan Byrne

In Kerrigan Byrne’s The Highwaywayman what started so beautifully took a turn into anachronistic historical. After a promising start, I found the heroine was both incomprehensibly modern & stupid at the same time.

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In the Warrior’s Bed by Mary Wine

After realizing that all the romance novels I read were at least 20 years old, I decided to give something newer a try. Mary Wine’s 2010 Scottish historical romance In the Warrior’s Bed is not a bad book, but it lacks that extra something that makes it memorable.

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The Serpent Prince by Elizabeth Hoyt

“My darling Lucy.” He panted against her ear, and then his teeth scraped her earlobe. “I love you,” he whispered. “Don’t ever leave me.”THE SERPENT PRINCE 5 Stars Book – The Serpent Prince I’ve only read the first seven of Elizabeth Hoyt’s historical romances, but The Serpent Prince is far and away my favorite. And…

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Transcendence by Shay Savage

Seriously? I loved this book. I can’t believe it, though! Twilight fan-fiction about a time traveling teen finding love with a caveman who acts like a protective puppy dog and I cried like a baby. Must be my time of the month.

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