Category Archives: Romance

Book Review: ‘Swing Set’ by Joanna Kadish

When I began reading “Swing Set” by Joanna Kadish, I was intrigued by the by idea of a swingers story. Of course, I have my own thoughts on the swinger’s lifestyle and all the many ways that being a swinger can ruin a relationship. When I think of being in love, it never crossed my …

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Book Review: She Likes It Rough by GVR Corcillo

First Place: Humor/Satire First Place: Indie Where do I begin my review of “She Likes It Rough” by GVR Corcillo? Well, I am not quite sure how to deliver my thoughts because I move than loved this book, I can honestly say that I am IN LOVE with this book. I am so glad I …

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Book Review: Buried Threads by Kaylin McFarren

I’ve recently finished reading “Buried Threads” by author Kaylin McFarren, and while I found this book to be an interesting read, there were some fairly serious aspects I struggled with. When I initially perused “Buried Threads” back cover, I was intrigued by its synopsis: two successful treasure hunters; on their way to Japan, to recover …

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Book Review: The Demon’s Wife by Rick Hautala

When I’m looking for books to review, I generally attempt to choose books from all genres, even if they aren’t in my “preferred” genre reading. That’s how I came across “The Demon’s Wife” by author, Rick Hautala. At first glance, I wasn’t sure what genre “The Demon’s Wife” actually fell into, other than the “Romance” …

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Poster Girl: Erotic Musings of an ER Physician

Catherine Jessica Jones, better known in the novel as C.J., is introduced to us in the first chapter when she finds herself a patient in the same emergency room where she works. Knocked out cold by a patient she was treating, C.J. wakes up to find herself in the capable hands of Dr. Dan Brown, …

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Detour Trail

The real gift of Joy V. Smith's novel, "Detour Trail" may just be the lead character's gender. One expects a western about settlers moving along the harsh terrain of the Oregon Trail to have a strong man as the protagonist; it is how it has been done in countless movies and books throughout the years. …

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Voices of the Soul (Soul Seers #1)

Article first published on Say What? Savannah MaeElla has been hearing voices in her head for a long time. She never did pay them any attention until now, now that she has met the super sexy Jonah. After the loss of her mother, she is learning to deal with her new circumstances. Ella has a …

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Coming Home

“I sat up drenched in sweat and crying for my mom. I knew it was the same dream I always had. I just wished I could remember it. Looking at the clock, I groaned when I saw that I still had three hours before the alarm would go off. I knew I wouldn’t get back …

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Dreams Unveiled

I recently finished reading “Dreams Unveiled” by new author Peggy Lara. The premise of this fiction / romance / suspense novel is as follows: Holly McPhearson has finally met the man of her dreams. He’s charming, kind, great with her son and best of all? He’s a successful businessman and doesn’t need her to support …

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Severed Threads

“Severed Threads” by new author Kaylin McFarren definitely lives up to its “Romantic Suspense” genre listing. At two hundred and eighty-three pages it’s a fairly quick read and I found it to be interesting and well-written. I would also hazard a guess and say that McFarren holds some level of scuba certification as her underwater …

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