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No Stranger to Love by Pamela Aares

<i>No Stranger to Love</i> by Pamela Aares

I think I’ve read all of the Tavonesi series, with the possible exception of a novella here and there as I tend to miss those. I was super hooked for the first few books, as they were all sports romances, and then my interest wandered as Aares started exploring tangentially connected members of the family. […]

Rescue My Heart by Jill Shalvis

<i>Rescue My Heart</i> by Jill Shalvis

  Rescue My Heart is the third in Shavis’s delightful “Animal Magnetism” series. This one is about Adam and Holly, who have quite the past, full of love and misunderstanding. When Holly’s dad goes missing in the mountains, she enlists Adam’s help and they begin the forced reconciliation. Adam is just freshly back from several […]

Acute Reactions by Ruby Lang

<i>Acute Reactions</i> by Ruby Lang

  Acute Reactions is a contemporary romance set in the Pacific Northwest (which I’m beginning to think is the law for contemporary romances these days…) about two fairly broken folks who find love. On the surface, it’s that simple. There are no motorcycle gangs here, no MMA fighters, just two professional people with parental baggage […]

Within Reach by Sarah Mayberry

<i>Within Reach</i> by Sarah Mayberry

  I first heard about Sarah Mayberry‘s work from the Smart Bitches Trashy Books podcast (a favorite!) and scurried to my library website to get whatever book I could. Within Reach was the first one available and quickly cemented my love of Mayberry. This book has stuck with me and considering how many books I read, to […]

Never Too Late by Robyn Carr

<i>Never Too Late</i> by Robyn Carr

  Robyn Carr’s Never Too Late is a stand-alone romance about three sisters finding themselves again after each take a few emotional tumbles. The story opens with Clare – the middle sister – finally finding her backbone and kicking out her long-time cheating husband. Instead of giving in to the fear that has governed her, she […]

The Marriage Season by Linda Lael Miller

<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 […]