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A Knights Reward by C. Kean

26 March 2009 Jackie 0

The second novel in Catherine Kean’s Knight series, A Knight’s Reward was a good divergence from my normal paranormal read. Assaulted and injured by her abusive husband Ryle, Gisela Anne Balewyne flees with her small son, Ewan. Hiding from Ryle and working as a tailor in the town of Clovebury, […]

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A Knights Vengeance by C. Kean

28 February 2009 Jackie 0

The first novel in Catherine Kean’s Knight series, A Knight’s Vengeance brings us a tale somewhat familiar to any romance genre reader. Geoffrey de Lanceau is a knight, the son of the man who once ruled Wode. His noble sire died, however, branded as a traitor. But never will Geoffrey […]

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Taking Care of Business by M. Hart & L. Dane

19 February 2009 Jackie 1

I managed to get my hands on a copy of Megan Hart and Lauren Dane’s new novel – Taking Care of Business and I started reading it in the morning and had it finished that night.  It was fabulous. One conference, two friends, two men who know how to take […]

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What a Scoundrel Wants by C. Lofty

2 February 2009 Jackie 3

I am such a bad girl. I was suppose to have this read and reviewed by the first of the year, but I’m running about a month behind with my TBR stack. For some reason, December just wasn’t a reading month for me. Anyway, I finally read Carrie Lofty’s What […]

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Montana Sky by N. Roberts

22 September 2008 Jackie 1

I’m a fan of Nora Roberts, I really am, but for some reason Montana Sky just really didn’t hit home for me. When Jack Mercy died, he left behind a ranch worth nearly twenty million dollars to his three daughters—each born of a different marriage, and each unknown to the […]

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Love’s Golden Promise by L. Vinet

22 September 2008 Jackie 0

Another great romance novel, Love’s Golden Promise by Lynette Vinet is a story involving two star-crossed lovers, but they actually get a happy ever after. Penniless and heart-breakingly beautiful, Wynter McChesney knew of only one man who could lend her the vast sums she needed to save her ancestral manor. […]

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Irish Linen by Candace McCarthy

22 September 2008 Jackie 0

For anyone who loves old world sea-crossing romances, then Irish Linen by Candace McCarthy is definitely worth a read. Meghan McBride owed her life to the elegant stranger who saved her from a brutal attacker on the long voyage from Ireland to America. Now, in need of a man’s protection, […]

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Hot Shot by Charlotte Hughes

18 September 2008 Jackie 1

Have you ever picked up a book, with no intention of reading it, but needing something to occupy you for a moment and then get sucked into the story? That’s what happened to me with Hot Shot by Charlotte Hughes. I had the book listed up on Bookmooch and someone […]

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4 Novellas by N. Roberts

2 August 2008 Jackie 1

After receiving a box full of books from my mother, I came across a few novellas by Nora Roberts that I’ve read in the past and have enjoyed enough that I felt the need to write up reviews for them. I’ll be honest, I haven’t re-read them, but skimmed through […]

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One Little Sin by L. Carlyle

13 May 2008 Jackie 2

Per a recommendation from, someone who I can’t remember at the moment, I decided to read Liz Carlyle’s One Little Sin. It’s the first novel in her Little trilogy and introduces us to Esme & Alasdair. This is the type of novels I was raised on believe it or not, […]