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Taste of Sugar by Marina Adair

<i>Taste of Sugar</i> by Marina Adair

  Things I love in romances: second chances, small towns, tribal families, brothers acting the fool and women who love them, big floppy dogs and unbelievable acrobatically unrealistic sex. A Taste of Sugar has all of those things – sans the dog. It does, however, have a sheep. Long story. Southerners remain a little bit […]

Straddling the Line by Sarah M...

<i>Straddling the Line</i> by Sarah M. Anderson

  Straddling the Line is a lovely Harlequin Desire book from Sarah M. Anderson about a cross-racial romance between a Lakota woman and a white man. Josey is looking for funding for the school on the reservation and heads to Ben’s custom motorcycle business to see if he could donate equipment. While he initially declines, […]

The Marriage Season by Linda L...

<i>The Marriage Season</i> by Linda Lael Miller

  The Marriage Season is  – I’m sorry to say it – just fine. And “fine” is one of the most annoying reviews I know how to write. There’s nothing overtly wrong with it, there’s nothing overtly fantastic – it was a good distraction from life for a few hours. If Miller’s writing is a […]

Catch of the Day by Kristan Hi...

<i>Catch of the Day</i> by Kristan Higgins

Catch of the Day is about Maggie Beaumont, who owns a diner in a small fishing village in New England called Gideon’s Cove and has a seriously poor track record with picking men. A true highlight was when she feel for the cute new Irishman only to find out that he was the new local priest. […]

All I Ever Wanted by Kristan H...

<i>All I Ever Wanted</i> by Kristan Higgins

Kristan Higgins is a delightfully reliable author. Whenever I pick up one of her novels, I know that I’ll find a heroine I could be friends with, a hero I’d pick for her and a wonderful floppy dog that I wish I could cuddle with. The happily ever after will give me all the feels […]

Somebody to Love by Kristan Hi...

<i>Somebody to Love</i> by Kristan Higgins

I    You know those authors where when you read one book you immediately order their entire back catalogue? Kristan Higgins is one of those for me. I picked up one of her novels on a whim in a local shop when I was visiting my family over Christmas and devoured it in about a […]

He’s So Fine by Jill Sha...

<i>He’s So Fine</i> by Jill Shalvis

First of all, if you’ve never read anything by Shalvis before, then buckle up because you are in for a treat. She has a special skill for bringing characters alive and making the whole story feel like a group of friends you’re eavesdropping on. This book finds itself set in her Lucky Harbor series, a […]