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Flight by Kate Christie

Flight by Kate Christie

June 30, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 2

Author Jill Sorenson stops by today with a review of a coming-of-age/New Adult f/f book that she really enjoyed. I have no idea why I bought this book. I think I found it on Amazon during one of my endless searches for affordable, well-edited lesbian romance. By the time I… Read more »

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Shadows of Damascus by Lilas Taha

Shadows of Damascus by Lilas Taha

May 9, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 3

Today we have a guest review from Anu K. You can find her on Twitter. Enjoy! Bullet wounds, torture and oppression aren’t the only things that keep a man—or a woman—from being whole. Debt. Honor. Pain. Solitude. These are things wounded war veteran Adam Wegener knows all about. Love—now, that… Read more »

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Forever’s Promise by Farrah Rochon

Forever’s Promise by Farrah Rochon

May 5, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 8

Today’s guest review comes from Jessica at Read React Review. Enjoy! Forever’s Promise is the fourth book in Rochon’s Bayou Dreams series, set in small town Louisiana. I can’t really judge, but the setting felt authentic, not surprisingly since Rochon is a native of Louisiana. I’m familiar, in personal terms,… Read more »

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Flirting with the Camera by Ros Clarke

Flirting with the Camera by Ros Clarke

October 18, 2013 Contemporary, Reviews 6

Today’s guest review is from Penny Watson, a romance author and reviewer and connoisseur of beards. You can find more of her writing on Penelope’s Romance Reviews. Always The Chunky Bridesmaid, Never The Chunky Bride I can’t be the only person who finds it odd that a majority of romance… Read more »

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How To Ruin Your Series For Me In One Easy Step

How To Ruin Your Series For Me In One Easy Step

September 9, 2013 Opinion 28

Today’s post is from our friend Alicia, and she hits the nail on the head. You can find her on Goodreads.  It is probably something that didn’t even cross your mind. Or, at least, I hope it didn’t. You wanted to include some diversity in your cast of characters. So… Read more »

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The Romance of the Older Woman

The Romance of the Older Woman

August 25, 2013 Opinion 22

Liz offered us this brilliant essay on romance and the older heroine, and we jumped at the chance. You can find her at her blog Something More. Outside of the red-hot New Adult subgenre, romance heroines in the 18-24 age range are much rarer than they once were. But despite… Read more »

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