Posts Tagged: BW

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To Tempt a Wilde by Kimberly Kaye Terry

To Tempt a Wilde by Kimberly Kaye Terry

April 7, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 2

After two years on the run, Althea Hudson may have finally found her safe haven. Who’d have thought it would be in Wyoming, at a sprawling ranch owned by three rugged alpha males? But it’s strapping Nathan Wilde who’s making her heart beat faster… even if the sensual cowboy has… Read more »

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Two-For-One BWAM Review

Two-For-One BWAM Review

March 19, 2014 Contemporary, Historical, Reviews 8

In the last week I ended up reading two BWAM! (Black woman/Asian man. thank Solace Ames for putting this abbreviation into my head)  romances so I figured I’d review them in one post before my ADHD gets the best for me and erases both stories from my long term memory!… Read more »

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Buttercup by Sienna Mynx

Buttercup by Sienna Mynx

March 10, 2014 Historical, Reviews 0

After reading Harmony by Sienna Mynx, an interracial romance between a black jazz singer and a white mobster in Jazz Age Harlem, I got a craving for romance set in the 20s and 30s. I bought an f/f by Colette Moody and this book, and Meoskop’s DNF review didn’t dent… Read more »

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Happily Even After by Lena Matthews

Happily Even After by Lena Matthews

March 7, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 10

Two kids and a divorce later, Creigh De Luca figures she’s pretty much done with diapers and late night feedings. That is until a little blue stripe turns her world upside down. Never in a billion years would Creigh have thought she’d become pregnant from a one-night stand, nor could… Read more »

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Bounce by K.M. Jackson

Bounce by K.M. Jackson

March 3, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 2 DNF

In keeping with my 2014 policy of reviewing more DNF’s, I’m going to talk about the first few chapters of K.M. Jackson’s Bounce. At it’s heart, Bounce is about a woman rediscovering herself. We meet Sabrina struggling to emotionally connect to her husband after learning of his infidelity. Sabrina’s pain… Read more »

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