• Review: Radiant The Diamond Trilogy, Book II / BookShots Flames

    “Radiant” had me trying to figure things out. It’s the second in a trilogy and leaves us with questions. I am not sure who I felt sorry for the most, Siobhan Dempsey or Derick Miller. In my wildest dreams I thought that Derick really cared for Siobhan,...

  • Review: Strawberry Wine

    Looking for a novel with a romance as well as lots of twists and turns? “Strawberry Wine” will definitely keep you wondering what will happen next! I liked how the author was able to give us an emotional story that was told using 'flashbacks'. We got...

  • Review: The Maverick Cowboy Morgan Ranch, #2

    “Kate Pearce” brings us into the second book in the Morgan Ranch series with “The Maverick Cowboy”. This book features Blue Morgan and Jenna McDonald. There are also several other wonderful characters that will keep you turning the pages. This book provides...

  • Review: Proud Mary Roxton Family Saga Book 5

    A time that seems so strange – a kind of dichotomy of traditions and morays where the term polite society is practically an oxymoron. Read any one of the fabulous insightful books by Lucinda Brant and especially those in the Roxton Family Saga and you’ll...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews L.E. Wilson

    Hi L.E.! Awesome to have you over to chat about paranormal romance and your career. Please tell us all about your latest Deathless Night book, "Blood Submission". "Blood Submission" is the 5th book in my Amazon bestselling Deathless Night Series. It's...

  • Review: The Unyielding Call of Crows, #3

    Whenever I’m down or just truly want a laugh, I turn to the Call of Crows series. The Unyielding is the third one in the series and boy, it did not disappoint. Since I read the first book I have wanted to know more about Erin Amsel and I got that chance...

  • Review: Immortal Unchained An Argeneau Novel

    I absolutely love this series by Ms Sands. Each book stands alone and you really can just reach out and grab one. However, you will find yourself falling in love with the large Argeneau family. By the way, they are vampires who live in a society with...

  • Review: Million Dollar Cowboy A Cupid, Texas Novel

    Facing your past isn’t always easy, even when you’ve don’t what you set out to do. This story is set in Cupid, TX where an entire series is set but this book can definitely stand alone. This story addresses complex family issues and lifelong friendships....

  • Review: The English Duke

    Karen Ranney turned geeky into sexy with "The English Duke". Jordan proved a different type of hero with his scientific mind and sensitive soul. Ever the romantic, the fact that Martha was captivated by his words before ever having seen Jordan's face...

  • Review: Split

    “Split” is a fascinating read. It grabs the audience by their head, heart and soul. The characters development and the story elements blend well together and create a spine tingling roller coaster ride of raw emotion, abuse and a sense of glee at times....

  • Review: A Small-Town Bride Chapel of Love, #2

    "A Small-Town Bride" is the second book in this series. It's a twist on the "poor little rich girl" story. Amy Lyndon's family is rich, she appears to have it all, looks, money, clothes, everything her heart desires until the rug gets pulled out from...

  • Review: The Highland Duke Lords of the Highlands, #1

    In my usual style as a dedicated reader of author Amy Jarecki's work, I was excited to read her latest novel, "The Highland Duke." Ruefully, I didn’t find this story to be as interesting or perhaps I should say as absorbing as I found fellow novels written...

  • Review: Marrying Jonah A Wells Landing Romance, #6

    Amy Lillard has written six books in the series, The Wells Landing Series. “Marrying Jonah” is the sixth book. These stories written about the Wells Landing community and its Amish residents portray life within the confines of the Amish religion. Sarah...

  • Review: Forever Mine Opposites Attract, #2

    This is the second book in a series about good friends. The first book was good but this book is better. Get ready for an awesome romance that will teach you about hemophilia. It’s also going to teach you about dreams, limits and compromises. This is...

  • Review: It Started with a Kiss The Worthingtons Book 3

    “It Started with a Kiss” is the third book in Ella Quinn’s Worthington Series. The first two books in the series are fantastic, and I could not wait to read the next story. Quinn did not disappoint. The plot is quick paced with a few well-placed twists...

  • Review: Undiscovered Amoveo Rising, #1

    “Undiscovered” is an awesome and dynamite story. It’s a totally captivating mind trip. Sara Humphreys is a truly gifted paranormal author. She has once again manufactured a compelling, heart racing and sensual read that will please her audience. Humphreys...

  • Review: Royally Roma The Royals Book 1

    I'm sad to say that this one was pretty cheese and had insta-love. But the story redeems these things in spades. This was a great retelling of Roman Holiday, and I just couldn't put it down. Parts of the story were fairly filled with the cheese but it...

  • Review: Baron Dragons of Riddich Book 3

    This book is part of an extremely creative sci fi/fantasy series about dragon shifters, menacing enemies, and humans. It has terrific chases scenes, fighting and a lot of hot sex. Did I mention that dragon shifters are super sexy? The back story is reveled...

  • Review: The Black Lily Book 1

    "The Black Lily" is one of those books that weeks later you are still thinking of the plot, characters and story line. It's seeped in fantasy and has a dash of fairy tale. Think vampires, Cinderella, and the crown. Our main characters are Arabelle, a...

  • Review: Edge of Power Viking Dystopian Romance, #4

    I'd been looking forward to Wulf's story for a while, especially after what I saw of Kathlyn in the previous book -- but I'm not sure Edge of Power delivers. To be fair, I think it's difficult to live up to expectations when the hero has been an object...

  • Review: Only a Duke Will Do To Marry a Rogue, #2

    Tamara Gill pens a passionate, complex historical romance. Lady Isolde Worthington is a truly sympathetic heroine, through absolutely no fault of her own she finds her bright and happy future completely dashed and while she doesn't quite let it destroy...

  • Review: The Reluctant Alpha Highland Wolf Clan Series, Book 1

    A.K. Michaels has started a new series with this book, "The Reluctant Alpha". It is the beginning of the Highland Wolf Clan series, focusing on the stories of several of the Highland Wolf Clan. The book is an action packed book with plenty of unexpected...

  • Review: Nico: A Mafia Romance Ruin & Revenge, #1

    NICO is the first book in a new series by Sarah Castille called Ruin & Revenge. The series title is very significant to the entire books and I'm sure it will play out even more in the books to come. Mia is supposed to play the part of the perfect Mafia...

  • Review: Make Me

    "Make Me" by Beth Kery is a long-awaited amalgamation of all 8 of the books in her Make Me serial. Very exciting for me, as I am not a fan of serial series. Harper McFadden has moved to Tahoe Shores after the death of her parents to regroup. She takes...

  • Review: Last Night with the Duke The Rakes of St. James, #1

    Amelia Grey spins a delightful historical romance in this beautiful story. Miss Esmeralda Swift is a strong and capable woman and her prejudice against the titled and wealthy of the Ton makes for a very clear cut obstacle. However the Duke of Griffin...

  • Review: Pursued A Vampire Blood Courtesans Romance

    Can I just say that I love the whole Blood Courtesans series? Pursued is one of the numerous tales that all include plenty of passion, and more than a little danger. Each tale has it’s own very strong characters, each with their individual motives for...

  • Review: Stealing Mr. Right Penelope Blue, #1

    Tamara Morgan takes readers on a whirlwind ride for this romantic suspense story. Penelope Blue is not your typical heroine. After all she's a thief wanted by the FBI but she is definitely entertaining and determined. Grant Emerson is the type of hero...

  • Review: The Deep End The Honey Series, #1

    "The Deep End" is part of a new series that Kristen Ashley is doing. I wasn’t so sure about it, but I got hooked on the first page. Oliver is a true alpha male but he does have some submissive tendencies he wants to explore. Going to the Honey Club gives...

  • Review: Into the Fire A Night Prince Novel, #4

    This was the fourth installment and final book in the Night Prince series. This picks up where the last book left off. Leila's fate is in the hands of the bad guy and Vlad will not stand for that. What follows is a fast paced and exciting story that takes...

  • Review: Till Death

    Jennifer L. Armentrout delivers a spectacular suspense story with this fabulous contemporary. Sasha is such a deep and well developed heroine. I thoroughly enjoyed how we found out about her past little by little there wasn't just a huge information dump...

  • Review: Charming Sir Charles Dashing Widows Book 5

    "Charming Sir Charles" by Anna Campbell is the fifth book in the wonderful Dashing Widows series. I love Anna’s novellas because they are sweet, charming, and packed with a lot of heart. Since all her characters are so likeable, I was really thrilled...

  • Review: When A Lioness Pounces A Lion's Pride Book 6

    WOOHOO! What a wild ride! I have loved author Eve Langlais and her Lion’s Pride series from the very first. "When a Lioness Pounces" in the sixth book in this fabulous series. In this book, we get to know the highly sarcastic, very determined lioness...

  • Review: King's Captive

    Well this was a mind freak of a read. The incident that leads to the current circumstances is meted out in memory flashes that are out of sequence and paint a bloody picture of Julius King, Sarah Mercedes “host” and captor. Three years she’s been on his...

  • Review: Beauty of the Beast Fairy Tale Retellings Book 1

    Beauty of the Beast is yet another retelling of the the classic Beauty and the Beast tale. It's a dark, sensual and haunting retelling. Adam is a pitiful, anguished creature. Isabelle is more than the classic beauty. Her strength has been forged in pain....

  • Review: Bedchamber Games The Rakes of Cavendish Square, #3

    This is a fun series but there are some things that I didn't care for. Once you find that special one, sleeping around with woman after woman doesn't say much for Lord Lawrence. I know he's supposedly the catch of the day but come on. Anyway, I found...

  • Review: Talking in Code

    The concept of this book really drew me in but unfortunately the execution didn't work for me. It was unique in that this book starts with this poly relationship already established. Tim and Richard had been together 20 years and they had brought Eric...

  • Review: Unrequited Mate Turnskin University #1 and ROAR #10

    This story is in a spin off series from the series ROAR. It’s based at the university Trueskin and it’s a fun paranormal. Pretty much all the characters are college students and everyone at Trueskin is a shifter. There are references to characters in...

  • Review: The Jaguar's Mate Shifters-Match.com Book 3

    April Zyon is on to something with this series. I just love the concept of the Shifters-Match.Com dating service and having shifters and humans matching up for a HEA. If only it were so in real life. Quinn has been on the run and in WITSEC ever since...

  • Review: The Forgotten Wild Mountain Shifters Book 5

    If I haven’t said this before, I absolutely love Sara Anderson! This is one author whose books I get excited over scheduling, and since I haven’t done reviews for the first 4 in the series, you can bet they are coming. Sara has a way of sucking me into...

  • Review: The Year of Loving

    Sarah's life is a mess. Anything and everything that could go wrong does. Her relationship with her daughters is terrible and getting worse. Her Ex husband is constantly making her life hell, through whatever means necessary. Her best friend is fighting...

  • Interview: Night Owl Reviews Interviews Linda Weaver Clarke

    Hi Linda! It's a pleasure to have you over today. Please tell us about "The Highwayman of Cordovia". Centuries ago, valiant men and courageous women engaged in daring adventures as they helped their fellow man. In the country of Cordovia, the people enjoy...

  • Review: Bound Together A Sea Haven Novel, #6

    Out of all the sisters Blythe seems the most calm until her husband; Viktor; comes back into her life and stirs things up. I’ve never seem Blythe explode the way she does when she’s around Viktor, it made me smile. Out of all the sister’s Blythe is my...

  • Review: If Not for You

    "If Not For You", by Debbie Macomber, is another hit to add to the library. This is a 'feel good' story that I enjoyed reading over the weekend. In true Macomber style, the characters are well developed and flawed enough for readers to relate to. Sam...

  • Review: Counterbalance

    "Counterbalance" has put Kelly Moran on the map for me. The story was sweet, hot, and I loved how it touched on aspects of real life to make their struggles believable. What I really appreciated was that their issues were things that the average person...

  • Review: Forever a Hero Carsons of Mustang Creek

    Mace Carson wouldn’t ever call himself a hero – he was a man – a good steady one that happened to be at the right place at the right time. In Kelly’s case that coincidence happened twice in her life and in each case this man was her savior – her hero....

  • Review: Wake a Sleeping Tiger A Novel of the Breeds, #31

    “Wake a Sleeping Tiger” is another fantastic book from author Lora Leigh as she once again returns to the mysterious world of her Breeds. There is no way to express just how much I loved this book. Out of all the alpha heroes that populate this series...

  • Review: Wake a Sleeping Tiger A Novel of the Breeds, #31

    Do not worry about jumping into this series in the middle. Grab this book because it won’t take you long before you’ll find yourself wondering why you have never picked up a “Breed” book before and you’ll find yourself falling in love with the characters....

  • Article: The Princess Problem $50 Amazon Card & Print Book Giveaway from Teri Wilson

    Enter to win an awesome prize from author Teri Wilson as she celebrates her book The Princess Problem . Open To: USA, CA, UK Prize: $50 Amazon Card and a Print Book! Comment Question: If you read Harlequin Romances, what drew you to the brand? The Princess...

  • Article: Coloring Books are Here to Stay by Elizabeth Martins

    In 2015, when adult coloring books hit the scene, many people saw them as a tool for de-stressing. Now we are seeing them evolve into a medium that serves to convey the individual niche interests of customers. For example, spiritual coloring books and...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Rebecca Brooks

    Hi Rebecca, a.k.a. Hiker Extraordinaire. All of us at Night Owl Reviews appreciate your stopping by for a visit. Tell us about your new book, MAKE ME BEG. I’m delighted to be here! MAKE ME BEG is the second book in my Men of Gold Mountain series set in...

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For this reckless widow, love is the most dangerous game of all.

Caroline, Lady Beaumont, arrives in London seeking excitement after ten dreary years of marriage and an even drearier year of mourning. That means conquering society, dancing like there’s no tomorrow, and taking a lover to provide passion without promises. Promises, in this dashing widow’s dictionary, equal prison. So what is an adventurous lady to do when she loses her heart to a notorious rake who, for the first time in his life, wants forever?

Devilish Silas Nash, Viscount Stone is in love at last with a beautiful, headstrong widow bent on playing the field. Worse, she’s enlisted his help to set her up with his disreputable best friend. No red-blooded man takes such a challenge lying down, and Silas schemes to seduce his darling into his arms, warm, willing and besotted. But will his passionate plots come undone against a woman determined to act the mistress, but never the wife?

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Accidentally Wolf…Zayn finds Cora suffering from mating fever. As he fights the urge to claim her, his wolf wants her for his mate. From the moment Cora lays eyes on Zayn she wanted to climb him like a tree. Niall, the alpha and his brother, tells him to keep his dick and fangs to himself, but within hours he finds it impossible. Cora goes from being human to an Accidental Wolf more than happily, she just hopes she can survive when danger strikes.

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