• Review: What a Difference a Duke Makes School for Dukes, #1

    I am still smiling as I turn the last page!!! "What a Difference a Duke Makes" is delightful, humorous and entertaining from beginning to end! There are just so many wonderful words I could say about this story. I found myself laughing out loud and engaged...

  • Review: How the Cowboy Was Won Cupid, Texas

    This humorous romance will have you laughing even as you’re yelling at the characters. Ember sees herself as a matchmaker but her idea of who should go together isn’t always exactly right. Ranger is her best friend who has come home looking for a bride....

  • Review: How the Cowboy Was Won Cupid, Texas

    Lori Wilde has producing another amazing Cupid, Texas romance. “How the Cowboy Was Won” is an emotional love story with a lot of steam. I loved this small town story and all the dancing around that Ember and Ranger were doing. These two had such a strong...

  • Review: What a Difference a Duke Makes School for Dukes, #1

    "What a Difference a Duke Makes" is the first story in Lenora Bell's new series, School of Dukes. I was so excited to receive an ARC for her latest story because she is one of my favorite Historical Romance authors and this book is wonderful. Lenora is...

  • Review: Twice Bitten An Argeneau Novel

    "Twice Bitten" has an interfering, controlling mother that goes to extremes to keep her daughters close, even when they are well over 100 years old. It also has someone trying to kill Elspeth which is really hard as she is immortal. Add a couple of mortals...

  • Review: Eight Simple Rules for Dating a Dragon A Novel of the Embraced, #3

    Kerrelyn Sparks' Embraced series just gets better and better. In this third installment we get Gwennore's story. She's the Elf. The premise of these books is that four girls were sent away from their families and to an island since they were born the...

  • Review: The Secret of Flirting The Sinful Suitors Book 5

    This latest and fifth installment to the “Sinful Suitors” series touched on English politics with the undersecretary of the foreign office finally taking the spotlight. “The Secret of Flirting” is another winning tale of a cat and mouse romance between...

  • Review: Getaway Girl

    What's not to love about a story involving complete opposites finding true love? Well, it's a little (lot) bumpy, there's some line crossing, societal snottiness, political implications and a family controversy that is affecting descendants still. Other...

  • Review: Best Laid Plans Madaris Family Saga

    Brenda Jackson's "The Best Laid Plans" is a delightful, easy and enjoyable read. It has a somewhat humorous side. This element will keep her audience engaged and chucking to themselves. The wonderful, colorful and older characters are realistically portrayed...

  • Review: Their Starlet Heroes of Olympus Book 5

    Brooklyn Anderson's life is in danger. This celebrity is a descendant of the goddesses Aphrodite and needs rescuing like yesterday. Both Antonio Morales and Stefan Patras are definitely on the menu for this damsel. Are they ready to bond? Readers would...

  • Review: Lady in Waiting Reluctant Brides, #1

    "Lady In Waiting," was a true romantic gem as well as an equally splendid story that swept me off my feet. I certainly love whenever a historical-romance gives me butterflies within my stomach, "Lady In Waiting," was just such a book and I am completely...

  • Review: The Penthouse Pact

    "The Penthouse Pact" is everything it promised and more. Parker and Layla are perfect for each other. Both are stubborn and they know what they want. Parker accidently hits a person with his car and it is someone he knows. It's his Americano-grande with...

  • Review: Cowboy Kisses

    "Cowboy Kisses is a compilation of stories. This is my take on all six novellas. "Cowboy Homecoming" by Cindi Myers This was a sweet cute story of Kate Randolph who was living in Denver but had to come home to Cottonwood Corners, Colorado to help out...

  • Review: Bloodlust Unlicensed to Kill Book 1

    "Bloodlust" is the first book in Ravenna Tate’s new series Unlicensed to Kill. This is an offshoot of her Demons on Wheels MC series. Our unlikely hero is Digger, an assassin who works for and is the nephew of mob boss Donnie from the Demons series. Digger...

  • Review: Deadly Match Bad Boy Inc. Book 3

    Who doesn't have a secret or two that they don't want to share. Problem is, Reaper's "secret" is what has made him into who he is. He presents as an average guy to the woman he has hired to find him a romantic interest. He's anything but. Annique takes...

  • Review: Covert Game A GhostWalker Novel, #14

    Christine Feehan hit it out of the park with this one. "Covert Game" is the next book in the Ghost Walker series. It picks up where Spider Game left off. "Covert Game" kept me on the edge of my seat, I could not stop reading it. When Zara gets captured...

  • Review: Covert Game A GhostWalker Novel, #14

    Christine Feehan returns to her GhostWalkers world with "Covert Game". As usual, I was fascinated by this world. This is actually my favorite Christine Feehan series and it has been since I read the first book. Gino turned out to be one of the most compelling...

  • Review: The Captain of Her Fate The Other Bennet Sisters Book 1

    After reading "The Captain of Her Fate" I can say I am so glad I do not live in the Regency time period. Outside of not liking the conditions of the time, I loved this book. I loved how Theo was not perfect and the story was not a tale of poor, poor me....

  • Review: One Under

    “One Under” by JL Merrow is a book about complex connections and loyalty, and it both entertained and frustrated me. I loved the zingers provided by Jago with his deadpan delivery, the affection and concern displayed by Tash even though she gets annoyed,...

  • Review: Bound to Two

    Winter Sloane has come out with a BDSM menage story that is completely riveting! From the first page to the last, I just could not put "Bound to Two" down. I fell in love with these characters! Sarah Evans is a young woman who enters Damon and Jarod Bently’s...

  • Review: Wedding Bellskis Holidays with the Bellskis Book 3

    “The Wedding Bellskis” is a bit wacky and evokes the craziness of trying to plan a wedding while balancing work obligations and doing a favor for a relative. The main characters both seem like warm genuine guys and were fun to watch, as was the wacky...

  • Review: Beautiful Dreamer

    I couldn't finish Beautiful Dreamer. The pacing felt slow and clunky because of all the description and backstory. The side-plots would have been interesting, except it felt like the main characters were begrudging their help and plus it further slowed...

  • Review: Rough Ride A Chaos Novella

    Rough Ride is the latest in the Chaos MC series from Kristen Ashley. This is the book a lot of fans weren’t expecting but secretly hoping for...at least I was! Readers of the series first met Rosalie Holloway in book one of the Chaos series during Shy...

  • Review: December Heart The Silver Foxes of Westminster Book 1

    "December Heart" is an entertaining story from beginning to end. It encompasses something not seen too much in historical romance. Lord Peter, Earl of Dunsford is fifty years old and fears he will never have an heir. Having been married in the past for...

  • Review: Crossing Quinn Coletti Warlords

    This is a tale of the Jones crew from a masculine slant. You might remember Quinn was changed to Coletti less than voluntarily and he is now on the radar of the Overlord. Not an especially good place to be, but it does have perks. The perk is Xenia, budding...

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Kostas's Convenient Bride by Lucy Monroe

Her boss needs a bride…

Can she step out of the shadows and down the aisle?

Discovering her boss, billionaire tycoon Andreas Kostas, must marry is devastating for Kayla. Then Andreas proposes that Kayla wear his ring! Having experienced the incandescent pleasure of his touch, she’s hidden her yearning for him ever since. It’s the proposal Kayla’s always dreamed of, but dare she risk her body and heart to become a convenient wife?

Betting the Scot by Jennifer Trethewey

Declan Sinclair is a Highlander who believes his dreams never lie. When he spots Caya at a public house, he knows instantly she is the woman in his dreams—his future wife. Though her brother had promised never to gamble again, he engages Declan in a card game—and the prize is the lovely Caya.

Caya Pendarvis has no time for childish things like dreams or fairy-tales or love. She’s the sacrificial lamb on her way to the far north of Scotland to wed a wealthy merchant in exchange for settling her brother’s gambling debts.

Winning at cards is one of the many things Declan Sinclair does well. Unfortunately, the ability to court a woman—a talent he lacks—is the only skill he desperately needs to win Caya’s heart.

Each book in The Highlanders of Balforss series is STANDALONE.

Hard Line by Sidney Bell

Premed student Tobias Benton is making amends for his past. He keeps his head down, mouth shut and colors within the lines. But when his close friend Ghost goes missing, Tobias will do whatever it takes to get answers—including using blackmail to enlist some help. The last thing he’s looking for is romance.

Private investigator Sullivan Tate isn’t above a little breaking and entering to solve a case, but when Tobias catches him in the act, it’s almost game over. Their uneasy alliance only gets more complicated when Sullivan learns that Tobias shares his interest in kink. Mixing sex and work could kill Sullivan’s career, but Tobias’s acceptance of Sullivan’s darkest urges is nearly impossible to resist.

Side by side, Tobias and Sullivan spend their days searching for the truth and their nights fulfilling their respective fantasies. But the answers they seek are far more dangerous than they realize, and soon they find themselves fighting for more than just each other.

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