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Thursday, 31 December 2015 20:32

Spying on the Boss by Janet Lee Nye

SpyingBossSpying on the Boss by Janet Lee Nye (contemporary, Harlequin Superromance, January 2016)

 

Summary:
The new guy's turning her into a hot mess!

A difficult childhood left Sadie Martin more interested in work than anything else, including romance. But she'd be a fool not to notice that her newest employee is scorching hot. As long as he works for her, though, he's off-limits. Her company—sexy guys who clean houses—comes first. So why are Wyatt Anderson and his adorable niece always on her mind? When attraction turns into more, suddenly everything is a lot more complicated…and, frankly, a huge mess. What Sadie and Wyatt need is a clean slate. For understanding…and love.

 

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strandedStranded by HelenKay Dimon (contemporary, m/m, Riptide, November 2015)
This holiday novella from HelenKay Dimon features Brax and Cabe, two men who have been torn apart by the fallout from their dangerous spy-type work . . . and the fact that Brax tried to kill Cabe. I mean, how does one come back from that? Fortunately, Dimon knows her way around a story. Cabe gets sent on a mission which leads him to a remote cabin in the cold wilderness and Brax, who is keen to make up with his one-time lover. Cabe, however, isn’t so keen.

 

Currently, HelenKay Dimon is one of my go-to authors. She never disappoints, delivering great romances - often with suspense. This novella only hints at a suspense plot, the romance between Cabe and Brax taking center stage. I certainly recommend Stranded to fans of m/m romance and to those who enjoy reading about military-type heroes.

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Tuesday, 20 August 2013 19:43

Review: The Couple Who Fooled the World

CoupleWhoFooledWorld“The Couple Who Fooled the World” by Maisey Yates (contemporary, Harlequin Presents, June 2013, $4.99, 192pp)

 

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Summary:
The true meaning of keep your enemies close…

 

Most women would kill to be on Ferro Calvaresi's arm. The enigmatic Italian is one of the richest men in the world and at the top of his business game. Julia Anderson is not most women. She's as rich as Ferro and twice as hungry.

 

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Monday, 22 April 2013 20:10

Review: The Greatest of Sins

greatest of sins“The Greatest of Sins” by Christine Merrill (historical, Harlequin, April 2013, $6.20, 288pp)

 

Summary:
Giving in to temptation would be the ruin of them all!

 

Having spent years believing a lie about his birth, Dr. Samuel Hastings has been condemned to a personal hell of his desire's making—his sinful thoughts of the one woman he can never touch would damn his soul for eternity.

 

Lady Evelyn Thorne is engaged to the very suitable Duke of St. Aldric when a shocking truth is revealed—and now Sam will play every bit of the devil to seduce the woman he thought would always be denied him!

 

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Thursday, 07 February 2013 20:57

Review: The Cowboy's Surprise Bride

cowboys surprise bride“The Cowboy’s Surprise Bride” by Linda Ford (inspirational, historical, Harlequin, January 2013, $5.75, 278pp)

 

Series: Eden Valley Cowboys

 

Summary:

Traveling to Canada's Northwest Territories is a thrilling opportunity for Linette Edwards—and her chance to escape a dreaded marriage in England. She's more than eager to accept Eddie Gardiner's written invitation. How could she know that Eddie thinks he's marrying not Linette, but her friend, Margaret?

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Tuesday, 05 February 2013 08:58

Review: Downfall of a Good Girl

downfall good girl"Downfall of a Good Girl" by Kimberly Lang (contemporary romance, Harlequin Kiss, January 2013, $2.59, 224pp) 

 

Series: The LaBlanc sisters, 2 books

 

Summary:
"Why would you decide to seduce me? And why now after all these years?"

 

Southern debutante Vivienne LaBlanc can't believe bad-boy rock star Connor Mansfield is back in town for the New Orleans annual Saints and Sinners pageant. He has a reputation as wicked as his devilish smile, and Vivi has no intention of becoming one of his latest groupies!

 

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Monday, 14 January 2013 13:52

Review: At His Majesty's Request

 At-His-Majestys-Request-Full-191x300“At His Majesty’s Request” by Maisey Yates (contemporary, Harlequin Presents, January 2013, $4.99, 192pp)

 

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Summary:
Marry the jaded prince and receive a title, a small island, a castle and a tiara.

 

Matchmaker extraordinaire Jessica Carter arranges marriages that work. And that is exactly what Prince Drakos is looking for. The last thing he needs is someone as unsuitable as her…but none of the beautiful socialites paraded before him excite Stavros as Jessica does.

 

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Tuesday, 18 September 2012 20:24

Review: The Angel

angel“The Angel” by Tiffany Reisz (erotica, Harlequin, September 2012, $13.95, 416pp)

 

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Series: Book 2 in the Original Sinners series

 

Summary:
No safe word can protect the heart

Infamous erotica author and accomplished dominatrix Nora Sutherlin is doing something utterly out of character: hiding. While her longtime lover, Søren—whose fetishes, if exposed, would be his ruin—is under scrutiny pending a major promotion, Nora's lying low and away from temptation in the lap of luxury.

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Sunday, 08 July 2012 21:14

Review: Wicked Nights

Wicked_Nights“Wicked Nights” by Gena Showalter (paranormal, Harlequin, July 2012, $7.99, 416pp)

 

Series: First book of Angels of the Dark series

 

Summary:
Leader of the most powerful army in the heavens, Zacharel has been deemed nearly too dangerous, too ruthless—and if he isn't careful, he'll lose his wings. But this warrior with a heart of ice will not be deterred from his missions at any cost…until a vulnerable human tempts him with a carnal pleasure he's never known before.

 

Accused of a crime she did not commit, Annabelle Miller has spent four years in an institution for the criminally insane. Demons track her every move, and their king will stop at nothing to have her. Zacharel is her only hope for survival, but is the brutal angel with a touch as hot as hell her salvation—or her ultimate damnation?

 

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Monday, 02 July 2012 20:13

Review: A Very Personal Assistant

VeryPeronsalAssistant“A Very Personal Assistant” by Portia Da Costa (erotic, Harlequin, July 2012, $2.99, 39pp)

 

Summary:
When female executive Miranda accepts an invitation to get away from it all with her handsome Personal Assistant Patrick, she very quickly realizes she's going to get far more than she bargained for. Out of the office, Patrick is very much the one in charge... and his delicious dominance is just the therapy she needs.

 

Review:
Miranda is used to being in charge. She is a high-powered business woman who isn’t afraid of the power she wields. But she does have trouble handling the stress of difficult and contentious meetings. Fortunately, Patrick, her uber-efficient personal assistant, is there to help. One day, Patrick offers Miranda a new way to relax and relieve her stress – by giving up control to him.

 

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