• Article: Exclusive Excerpt: Chances Are by Erica Spindler

    Today we have the pleasure of bringing you an exclusive excerpt from the first in Erica's Opposites Attract series. Opposites Attract Book 1 Buy Now Free spirit Veronique Delacroix has a reputation for being reckless and for thumbing her nose at society’s...

  • Article: Wulf and the Bounty Hunter $25 Amazon Card & eBook Giveaway

    Gail Koger is giving one lucky reader a $25 Amazon Gift Card and an eBook. This contest is open to the world. Void where prohibited. Please Comment: Gail Koger is known for her hilarious stories. If you have read one of her books, tell us how she made...

  • Article: Two Suitors for Anna $25 Amazon Card & Print Book Giveaway from Molly Jebber

    Molly Jebber celebrates the release of "Two Suitors for Anna" with a giveaway for a $25 Amazon Card and Print Book! Open to: USA & Canada Two Suitors for Anna - A Keepsake Pocket Quilt Novel, #3 Buy Now In 1903 Ohio, a young Amish woman...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Michelle Paisley Reed

    Hi Michelle! Thanks for joining us on Night Owl Reviews. Please tell us about "Manifesting Miracles and Money: How to Achieve Peace, Purpose and Plenty Without Getting in Your Own Way". Manifesting Miracles and Money is an opportunity for all of us to...

  • Article: A Tea Party & Books Scavenger Hunt 2017

    It's time to brew up a pot of tea and get searching for hidden images. Along the way get entered to win Amazon Gift Cards. 46 AUTHORS OVER 100 WINNERS OVER $1000 IN PRIZES Grand Prize: $100 Amazon eGift Card $50 Amazon eGift Cards (5 Winners) $25 Amazon...

  • Review: The Scoundrel's Pleasure The MacNeil Legacy - Book Two

    One night will change several lives forever. One careless night of a romp in the hay. A child is born from this night, only the father doesn't know it. Duncan MacNeil is gone to sea on his way to America to make many riches. Lovely Isobel Dunbar is left...

  • Review: Wildfire The Fire Series Book 3

    Anne Stuart's latest foray into her diabolical Fire series is a page turner. Right from the start we are thrown into the very delicately balanced world of her heroine Sophie Jordan and her fight for survival against her evil husband. Anne Stuart doesn't...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Artemis Milchon

    Hi Artemis! It's great to have you on today. Thanks for joining us. What is your latest book, "The Tide Turns", about? The Tide Turns is the story of Aquos, a water clan lord, who knows he's dying. He's been lost and alone for so long he's forgotten what...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Vicki Crum

    Hi Vicki! Thanks for joining us today. What is "Moonspell" about? Moonspell is a sexy, light-hearted romp about a confirmed bachelor coming to terms with his feelings about the new woman in his life. Hardly a novice in the dating world, Reed has been...

  • Article: Butt in Chair by Russell Nohelty

    Sit your butt down and don’t get up until you finish People ask me all the time for my best writing advice, and it’s very simple. Glue yourself to your seat until you write at least 1,000 words in a day. “But what if I have to pee?”...

  • Article: Sarah Hawthorne's 5 Favorite Biker Romances

    Valentine’s Day is coming up and I’m going to spending my day on the back of a motorcycle with my arms wrapped around a really hot guy. If your plans for V-day include a leather wearing biker as well, here is my list of the best of my top...

  • Article: Sea to Sky Books - Publisher Interview

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  • Article: Weekly: First In a Romance Series by Tammie King

    Week 12 Hi Readers, Today we have a great contemporary romance written by Teri Wilson and reviewed by Lashea . "His Ballerina Bride" is about a CEO and the girl in the shadows. "Teri Wilson guided me on a journey of sorrow, hope and winding...

  • Review: Rebel Space Gypsy Chronicles Book 3

    Things blowing up, people disappearing and intrigue around every corner. Just another day for Rafe and Emma as they stumble through the prophecy that has driven Rafe’s life since birth. Rafe has rebelled against the expectations, resented his “brother”...

  • Review: Someone to Hold A Westcott Novel, #2

    This is the second book in this series and though the books can be read out of order, it is better to read them in order. This historical romance is set among the rules and expectations of the nobility where once a secret such as an earlier marriage is...

  • Review: Tangled in Texas Texas Rodeo, #2

    This contemporary western has it all; shattered lives, child out of wedlock, past exes, families and just about anything you can think of including a story that you won’t want to put down. It took Delon 32 seconds to shatter his dreams but I’m not sure...

  • Review: Zero to Sixty Body Shop Bad Boys, #3

    Easy on the eyes, tough on the heart and detrimental to the hormones. Marie Harte is an author after my own heart. There is nothing more toxic to the hormonal chemistry than a man with a puppy (except maybe a single dad). The fact that Sam was a bad boy...

  • Review: Highland Vixen Highland Weddings, #2

    This is a great Scottish highland historical romance. From the intrigue and perversion at court to the workings of the clans, this story is full of the flavor of Scotland. This is not a sanitized version either as there are fights, killings, raids and...

  • Review: Beauty and the Wiener A Rescue Dog Romance, #2

    Casey Griffin keeps its fast and fun with this wonderful contemporary story. Addison Turner is woman with a plan and she's determined to get what she wants no matter what gets in her way. Felix Vaughn is the perfect yin to her yang even if she doesn't...

  • Review: One More Kiss Shaughnessy: Band on the Run, #1

    This is a great contemporary romance and not at all what I was expecting. There is absolutely nothing cookie cutter about this story. From beginning to end, I grinned as Matt worked on changing himself. His angst was just fun to read because it had a...

  • Review: The Duke Victorian Rebels, #4

    This book was another super fantastic entry to the Victorian Rebels series. Kerrigan Byrne delivered an entertaining story that had my attention from the first page. This story had a darker edge than I had expected, which didn't bother me at all, and...

  • Review: Texas Redemption

    Here’s the first assumption that’s up for grabs in TEXAS REDEMPTION by Linda Broday – the possibility for all people to redeem themselves seemingly regardless of their past discretions. Well of course there are those folks that are just plain evil and...

  • Review: Someone to Hold A Westcott Novel, #2

    "Someone to Hold" is the follow up Westcostt novel to "Someone to Love" by Mary Balogh. This installment in the Westcott saga follows the adventures of Camille Westcott the now illegitimate daughter of the Earl of Riverdale. Mary Balogh brings her trademark...

  • Review: A Season of Spells A Noctis Magicae Novel, #3

    I enjoyed this book. It has magic, mystery, mayhem and escaped prisoners all in a bundle. This is sure to keep you glued to the novel, but only if you don't mind historical settings. The setting is very much into respectability and manners, so be aware...

  • Review: Killing Thyme A Spice Shop Mystery, #3

    Loved the story from the get-go! This is the third story in the Spice Shop series. There are recipes in the back which are the ones she discusses in the novel. It is the same wonderful setup with several mysteries to solve and one minor issue to resolve....

  • Review: Crime and Catnip A Nick and Nora Mystery, #3

    This is another great Nora and Nick read! The writing is fresh and the mysteries are different. While it wraps up nicely, there is evidence of another novel in the works, so if you enjoy this novel, don't despair! This is novel is part of a series, but...

  • Review: Unimaginable Lover Warriors of Lemuria Book 3

    I have become a huge fan of this series. "Unimaginable Lover" is the third book in the Warriors of Lemuria series. Ms. Redd continues to build on the world she has made and draws the reader into a fantastic world of love, war and struggles. The storyline...

  • Review: Justice Ascending The Scorpius Syndrome, #3

    To read a Rebecca Zanetti novel, I would sacrifice sleep, miss a meal, and ignore my internet. So I couldn't wait to read part 3 in her Scorpius Syndrome series and even tried to read "Justice Ascending" over a few days to prolong my enjoyment because...

  • Review: Ivoth Dragons of Preor, #7

    The heart wants but the Knowing is getting in the way. Elle and Ivoth have been attracted since they first met, and it’s getting worse. Both are frustrated the Knowing isn’t manifesting, so what is left? Ivoth can feel Elle’s most extreme emotions, and...

  • Review: Wyoming Brave Wyoming Men, #6

    Once again Diana Palmer brings us the a sweet, small town romance featuring the Palmer brand of romance. Ms. Palmer stays true to formula in her latest Wyoming installment and there's nothing wrong with that. In this ever changing world it's nice to know...

  • Review: Pursuing the Bear Shifter Wars, #2

    This book is obviously part of a series or at least it appears to be. This story is more than just a romance but it seems to be the end of a war which finishes in a massive battle. The tension of the upcoming battle is the backdrop. The romance is between...

  • Review: Asher Dragons of Riddich Book 2

    Where I loved the first book, the prequel, this book wasn’t quite as good. It didn’t keep my interest as much. HOWEVER, and this is a big however, it is still a good book. There is more depth given to the dragon world and the fight they are having for...

  • Review: Adrenaline Rush The Capes Book 2

    I love this series and the comic book feel to the characters, even though Ace doesn’t like being compared to a comic book hero. Crushes, dreams, reality and betrayal all come together to cook up a delightful story. Ace, his brothers and their employees...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Jill Monroe

    Hi Jill! Thanks for coming and sharing your life and books with us. What is "T&A: Revelations of a Romance Novel Heroine" about? Annalise is trapped in a romance novel. At least she thinks she is. Her hero? The hot CEO billionaire the author keeps throwing...

  • Article: Author Tip of the Week

    Come and join us as authors share their tips with other authors. Each Monday a featured author will share what they have learned during the course of their career. Sharing is caring. Feel free to post your own tip in the comments :) and share what you...

  • Review: Darkness

    Karen Robards pulls us into a wonderful romantic suspense story. This one is a stand-alone. In this book she brings two very different people together. There is plenty of action to keep you on the edge of your set and to keep you reading until the last...

  • Review: Lady Pirate

    “Lady Pirate” was such an interesting read and Valoree was very amusing to say the least. Most people can't be on a boat let alone with a bunch of scruffy, smelly men. But she takes it all in stride and it was very courageous. Valoree takes over for her...

  • Review: The Devil's Due

    Ali Vali has fast become one of my favorite authors. I love her Devil series and have fallen in love with Cain and her clan from the very first book. Cain Casey is a mob boss that the FBI have been wanting to get for a while now, but they can’t because...

  • Review: The Initiation Lock and Key, #1

    “Lock and Key: The Initiation” is an enjoyable read from the beginning till the end. Readers will be drawn into the story with the very interesting take on Moriarty and Sherlock Holmes. The story is told from Moria Moriarty's POV. We get to see how James...

  • Review: Beautifully Broken

    "Beautifully Broken" is one of those stories that had my attention at the first page. It starts with a bang, then it continue with numerous bangs just to end with a bang. This is a story that should be read with heart and not with a head. The reason being...

  • Review: The Bazatov Conspiracy

    What you did in the past will certainly come back to haunt you. This is a true saying as Vladimir Slavancovic realized that especially with his line of work that the fatal mistake he made was coming to haunt him. A carefully planned assault by a terrorist...

  • Review: The Operator The Peri Reed Chronicles, #2

    "The Operator" is the second book in Harrison's new series, The Peri Reed Chronicles. Peri just wants to live her life without Opti, and without anyone trying to use her for her drafting abilities. She still can't remember the last three years. She has...

  • Review: What Makes a Family

    “What Makes a Family” was an okay read for me. Faulkner is such a great author! Her other works have left me breathless and are so relatable! This novel, however, didn't leave me with the same warm and fuzzy feeling as her other novels. The time period...

  • Review: Jacked Up Birmingham Rebels, #3

    "Jacked Up" was funny, hot, and somehow managed to be warm and fuzzy as well. I went in expecting a steamy love story and got so much more. The Birmingham Rebels have really started to hit their stride with this book - the team is now starting to really...

  • Review: Thirst The Energy Vampires, #1

    Thirst was ... interesting. I liked Renee. She was a kickass heroine and I really appreciated her courage, dedication to keeping people safe, and her ability to stand up to anyone that needed it. Rafe actually paled in comparison to Renee, which was a...

  • Review: Devil's Mark The Devil's Keepers, #2

    I'm a bit conflicted about Devil's Mark. On the one hand, it's done extremely well - steamy, panty-melting dirty talk, a take-no-prisoners hero, and a heroine who has a core of steel underneath a fluffy bunny exterior. Gotta appreciate a man who knows...

  • Review: More Than Magic

    Ryder Holmsby was the inspiration for a cartoon character, Rory, created by her mom and dad. Unfortunately, her mom passed away two years ago. Ryder and her dad have been adjusting to life without her. Ryder’s dad suddenly starts acting different and...

  • Review: The Seven Year Dress

    Myra was only looking for a room to rent while she was in college. She wasn’t looking for a friend or new family member. When she answered Helen Stein’s ad for a room for rent, she got more than she expected. During the interview, she noticed the number...

  • Review: The Temptation of Lady Serena The Marriage Game

    Ella Quinn certainly knows how to take readers on an historical adventure and her latest in her The Marriage Game series is definitely no exception. Lady Serena is a mature heroine and while I never felt sorry for her, she was much too capable for my...

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    Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue and perhaps the least remembered part of this delightful tradition in preparing the bride for her walk down the aisle – a sixpence in her shoe. Brides are the theme of FOUR WEDDINGS AND...

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A FEMALE SHIFTER LOOKING FOR SOMEONE TO LOVE. THE ALPHA WITH AN ATTITUDE. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN SOMEONE THREATENS THE WOMAN HE KNOWS IS HIS? HE'LL TEAR THE WORLD APART TO PROTECT HER.

Breezy has loved Xan Carmichael for years, but she's tired of trying to get him to notice her. She's suffered long enough and is ready to move on.

Xan didn't want a mate, but when someone tries to harm the only woman who calls to him and his wolf, he's ready to rip the world apart to keep her safe.

The past has a way of coming back and haunting your present, and Breezy has just become the focus of a deranged killer. Will Xan and the rest of the Iron Wolves be able to save her before whoever is out to end her life succeeds, or will the stubborn alpha claim her in time?

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