Posts Tagged: m/f

The Nekkid Truth by Nicole Camden

The Nekkid Truth by Nicole Camden

June 11, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 3

I picked up this novella, which originally appeared in the anthology Big Guns Out of Uniform, shortly after I read an A- review for it at Dear Author. I generally avoid erotic romance and romantic suspense, but it was free and had a disabled heroine, so I added it to… Read more »

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Loving Laney by Harmony Evans

Loving Laney by Harmony Evans

June 4, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 0

When I went to RT, the registration packet included a USB stick containing something like 600+ ebooks. So of course when I got home I went on NetGalley to look for books to request. (I might have a problem. /shrug) I’d read and enjoyed Evans before and the blurb for… Read more »

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The Trouble With Heroes by Jo Beverley

The Trouble With Heroes by Jo Beverley

May 26, 2014 Reviews, Science Fiction 3

The Trouble With Heroes feels incomplete. Stepping outside of her customary genre has given Beverley the freedom to experiment more widely with a theme that often appears in her full length works. Unfortunately, she pulls her final punch. Set in one of earth’s future colonies on a host planet that appeared perfect… Read more »

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Fool Me Twice by Meredith Duran

Fool Me Twice by Meredith Duran

May 14, 2014 Historical, Reviews 5

Fool Me Twice is a fairly classic Beauty and the Beast tale with few real surprises. As a character piece, it’s absolutely lovely. When the sex kicked in I was sorry to leave the action for the, um, action. In my review of Duran’s That Scandalous Summer I expressed a… Read more »

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Lakota Dreaming by Connie Gillam

Lakota Dreaming by Connie Gillam

May 12, 2014 Contemporary, Reviews 0

Lakota Dreaming came to my attention via Courtney Milan, who knew I was looking for working class / interracial titles. Overall, it was a solid recommendation and a book you should read. Zora is a successful fashion editor in NYC who frequently dreams about her ancestor, a former slave. Zora’s psychiatrist… Read more »

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