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Lady Sarah’s Sinful Desires: Exclusive prologue not included in the book

Oakland Manor – 1820 “The carriages are ready,” Lady Oakland said as she entered her husband’s study. Dressed in preparation for their journey to Thorncliff Manor, she’d chosen a comfortable peach-colored gown and was presently pulling on her favorite pair of kid-skin gloves.“And the children?” Philip, Earl of Oakland asked as he rose from his chair, closed the ledger he’d been updating and came toward her. “Are they ready as well?”“Fiona keeps returning upstairs in order to fetch one thing or another that she claims to have forgotten,” Lady Oakland said in reference to her youngest daughter who, at the age of eighteen, was still as boisterous as ever, “so I think we should simply decide that it’s time to depart. Besides, the workers we hired are ready to begin on the renovations.”“Alterations, you mean, considering our home is in perfect condition, save for the small detail that it’s not…

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Contest Time: Read Past Your Bedtime

Do you read past your bedtime? Enter my Read Past Your Bedtime Contest at the rafflecopter link below or at my website, and win this custom cotton and burlap pillow cover, plus the first two books in the Elite Ops series. You’ll be ready to “Meet Hollywood” in June with the release of EASY TARGET— Elite Ops 3. The Rafflecopter giveaway runs till 11:59 pm on Monday, May 18th. Winners will be contacted by email and announced on Facebook and Twitter on Tuesday, May 19th. Good luck and thanks for entering! EASY TARGET: Elite Ops—Book 3 is now available for pre-order a Rafflecopter giveaway

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Web Exclusive: Prologue from Sophie Barnes’ LADY SARAH’S SINFUL DESIRES!

From author Sophie Barnes, a web exclusive! LADY SARAH’S SINFUL DESIRES is out tomorrow! Lady Sarah’s Sinful Desires – Prologue “The carriages are ready,” Lady Oakland said as she entered her husband’s study. Dressed in preparation for their journey to Thorncliff Manor, she’d chosen a comfortable peach-colored gown and was presently pulling on her favorite pair of kid-skin gloves. “And the children?” Philip, Earl of Oakland asked as he rose from his chair, closed the ledger he’d been updating and came toward her. “Are they ready as well?” “Fiona keeps returning upstairs in order to fetch one thing or another that she claims to have forgotten,” Lady Oakland said in reference to her youngest daughter who, at the age of eighteen, was still as boisterous as ever, “so I think we should simply decide that it’s time to depart. Besides, the workers we hired are ready to begin on the…

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Book Review: The Immortal Who Loved Me by Lynsay Sands

The Immortal Who Loved Me is one paranormal modern day romance that will intrigue readers from the beginning. Lynsay Sands knows how to lure her readers deep into a world where vampires and humans live together. Only a few humans know about them existing including Sherry. Sherry has been living an ever day normal life until a teenage vampire comes into her store. Danger in the form of rogue vampires have Sherry and the teen running for their lives.  From there everything about Sherry’s life will be changed. And just to add to Sherry’s already over whelmed mind at what’s happening, the teen informs Sherry that she has a life mate who is immortal. Once the two meet things get heated. A hot and enticing read that readers won’t want to put down. Lynsay Sands compelling novel will leave readers laughing, crying, and hanging in suspense from the first page…

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Guest Review: Romancing the Duke by Tessa Dare

Whitley’s review of Romancing the Duke (Castles Ever After #1) by Tessa Dare As the daughter of a famed author, Isolde Ophelia Goodnight grew up on tales of brave knights and fair maidens. She never doubted romance would be in her future, too. The storybooks offered endless possibilities. And as she grew older, Izzy crossed them off. One by one by one. Ugly duckling turned swan? Abducted by handsome highwayman? Rescued from drudgery by charming prince? No, no, and… Heh. Now Izzy’s given up yearning for romance. She’ll settle for a roof over her head. What fairy tales are left over for an impoverished twenty-six year-old woman who’s never even been kissed? This one. Basically my only complaint about this book is why did it have such an awful summary? I’ve had this book on my list for a while because of my friends raving about it, but I put…

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Review of Wild With You (Independence Falls #4) by Sara Jane Stone

‘Only you, Kat. I’m only wild with you.” – Brody Summers Wild With YouSeries: Independence Falls #4Author: Sara Jane StonePublisher: Avon ImpulseRelease Date: April 14, 2015Source: Edelweiss Buy Links: Amazon – Barnes & NobleAdd to GoodreadsAdd Series to Goodreads Dr. Katherine “Kat” Arnolds left Oregon and never looked back at the town that failed her as a child. But when a new patient from Independence Falls joins her clinical trial, she returns determined to show everyone in her hometown how she has thrived—including her high school crush. Brody Summers saves people. For years, he looked out for his younger siblings and ran the family business. Now he works search and rescue. After a failed mission, Brody plans to take an evening off. When a blonde city girl knocks him off his feet, he refuses to walk away from desire. But it doesn’t take long for Brody to realize the past…

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ARC Review of The Duke and The Lady In Red by Lorriane Heath

This is my favorite book of all time by Lorriane Heath.  I do not even know who to start to tell you how amazing this book was.  The range of emotions that I have gone through reading this book were stunning.  There is a love between brother and sister that will make you cry like a baby, I did.  Rosalind is a wonderfully strong women who will do anything to keep her brother safe and has no problem breaking the law to do it. The Duke of Avendale is a handsome rogue who only has time for women, wine and anything else he deems worth his attention.  He is arrogant, selfish and doesn’t care what anyone thinks of him.  Until he spots a Lady in Red at a gaming hell and becomes obessed with having her. As the story progresses they both realize that they have been missing out on…

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Book Review: The Paradise Will by Elizabeth Hanbury

From the start of the book, you can tell that  The Paradise Will is going to be a very different kind of regency romance, something I have to say is a trend of the author, Elizabeth Hanbury. I have read all of her books now, and must say that the twists and surprises in the story make for an entertaining read. Alyssa Paradise is the inheritor of a vast estate from the recent death of her uncle. Whilst this sounds wonderful, and is clearly a wonderful gain in a period where women were still subservient to men, there is a devilish caveat employed in the will – that Alyssa must spend time with the rather oafish Sir Giles Maxton. If this sounds weird, it gets more strange that she must dine with him every week for six months. Twenty-four months in the company of someone you hate – perhaps hate…

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