Posts Tagged: BW

Calculated Exposure by Holley Trent

Calculated Exposure by Holley Trent

January 22, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 0

She went to Ireland looking for a muse, but found a mathematician instead. Photojournalist Erica Desoto has spent five weeks in Western Europe hoping for inspiration, with just one decent photo to show for her effort. And that shot was accidental. As her sabbatical comes to a close, she’s ready… Read more »

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Stealing Kisses by Harmony Evans

Stealing Kisses by Harmony Evans

January 20, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 4

As much as I generally like to read Harlequin novels, I haven’t read many from their Kimani line. The Brenda Jacksons I tried felt flat to me and the blurbs for other books never seemed to grab me. Additionally, I kept getting a Christian vibe off the line, and I’m… Read more »

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I’ll Catch You by Farrah Rochon

I’ll Catch You by Farrah Rochon

January 13, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 1

Rameau’s take on Farrah Rochon lined up with a free promo for I’ll Catch You. Kimani’s haven’t worked for me in the past, but this was a wonderful book. Payton is a former attorney looking to build a new career in sports management. Cedric is an NFL player with an image problem…. Read more »

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The Wrong Man by Delaney Diamond

The Wrong Man by Delaney Diamond

December 11, 2013 Contemporary, Reviews 4

While browsing ARe one night, where I very rarely go to look for books, I stumbled across The Wrong Man. The blurb caught my eye immediately with the ad exec heroine and construction foreman hero. To begin with, blue collar heroes are like catnip for me. You show me a… Read more »

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Harmony by Sienna Mynx

Harmony by Sienna Mynx

November 20, 2013 Historical, Reviews 3

Someone on Twitter, probably Evangeline Holland, suggested I try Sienna Mynx if I was looking for interracial romance. When I was browsing the author’s backlist this particular title jumped out at me because of the attractive cover, but the Jazz Age Harlem setting and black jazz singer paired with a… Read more »

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Making the First Move by Reese Ryan

Making the First Move by Reese Ryan

August 29, 2013 Contemporary, Reviews 4

Over the past five years, Melanie Gordon has worked hard to make a name for herself in her field of business. Dating, her social life, family relationships – everything in her life has taken a backseat to her career. When she’s offered a major promotion and named the branch manager… Read more »

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