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Review: How To Seduce a Sheikh – Marguerite Kaye

A searingly passionate desert romance set in 19th century Arabia, How to Seduce a Sheikh is a sizzling novella of illicit desire and forbidden love from Marguerite Kaye’s wonderfully inventive and hugely talented pen. Colette Beaumarchais has had a very difficult time of late. As if losing her husband hadn’t been enough, the proud Frenchwoman […]

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Review: First Comes Baby – Michelle Douglas

Lifelong friendship gives way to everlasting love in Michelle Douglas’ heartwarming Harlequin Romance, First Comes Baby. Having a baby of her own is the one thing Meg has always dreamed about. Having had a less than perfect childhood, Meg has always yearned to have her own child to love, protect and spoil rotten. With her […]

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Review: Tarnished Amongst The Ton – Louise Allen

Spellbinding historical romance is what Louise Allen does best and in her latest dazzling Regency tale, Tarnished Amongst the Ton, this hugely talented award-winning author has penned an unforgettable story readers will not want to miss! Miss Phyllida Hurst is a born survivor. The unfortunate circumstances of her birth might have made her a pariah […]

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Review: Anything But Vanilla – Liz Fielding

If you’re looking for the perfect summer read, then look no further than Liz Fielding’s fabulous new novel for Harlequin Kiss – Anything But Vanilla… Sorrel Amery has got big plans for the future. She wants to make her first million by the time she’s twenty-five and become one of the country’s most successful businesswomen. […]

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Review: APRIL SHOWERS by Holly Jacobs

Lilly Paul felt like she was home the minute she set foot in Valley Ridge, New York.  She originally came to town as a nurse to help take care of her friend’s dying sister but she decided to stay and start her own home care business.  One of her first friends was Hank Bennington, the […]

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