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  • Review: The Vampire Who Loved Me

    The characters in this book will grab you and not let go. You will not be able to put this book down. Portia saved the vampire Julian when she was seventeen. She has loved him ever since. He left her as he felt he was not good enough for her, even though...

  • Review: Cimmerian City Book I in the Cimmerian Series

    Raven Blackheart a former college student is attacked one evening while out with her best friend Jack. As she lays there ready to welcome deaths she sees her attackers being knocked away by two dark silhouettes and hears the sound of buildings falling...

  • Review: Succubus on Top Georgina Kincaid, #2

    Our Favorite Succubus Georgina Kincaid is back in Succubus on Top the new Sequel to Succubus Blues. Georgina is wrestling with her strange relationship with Seth Mortensen, they can't kiss but they can touch because if they did she would have to take...

  • Review: The Aura of Love

    A magazine publishes a story about other beings, non-humans, living among us. Their home is a carefully veiled island off the shores of North Carolina. They look like African-Americans so they have the option of working "off-island" and not being detected...

  • Review: A Cry in the Night

    A vampire who rides a motorcycle and otherwise appears to be today's most desirable hunk is hurriedly trying to seduce a full-figured, delectable young woman. He's got to hurry because she's been bitten; with the full moon about to rise no one can be...

  • Review: Mine to Possess Psy/Changelings, #4

    Clay Bennett grew up without a pack. Talin McKade grew up around an abusive foster family. What were these two children suppose to do except depend, love, and care for one another. That is until the night when Clay brutally murders Talin’s foster...

  • Review: Amazing Grace

    Four people's lives will be changed drastically when a earthquake hits San Francisco during a benefit charity dinner dance. Sarah Sloan, Melanie Free, Everett Carson and Sister Maggie Kent experience a severe earthquake damaging the ballroom of the Ritz-Carlton...

  • Review: Ruby Magic

    While Jamie Francis was renovating the property she had just bought, she had come across the most beautiful ruby necklace that seemed to be intentionally stored in one of the walls. The ruby was oval, about two inches tall and polished smooth on the top....

  • Review: Thanks For Giving

    Sarah Wells was extremely close to her family especially her young brother Tommy. She seemed never the same though since he was a member of The Army National Guard who was killed in action during Operation Iraqi Freedom three years ago. He was only twenty-two...

  • Review: Black Widow Book Length: Plus Novel

    Black Widow opens as Kathryn McAllister leaves prison after three years incarceration for the murder of her husband. Because of new evidence, her conviction has been overturned. Instead of heading to a new location and new life, Kathryn plunges right...

  • Review: Through The Eyes Of Love

    Through the Eyes of Love takes Mike Redmond through an unexpected career change and move to the small town of Clearview. Mike was the guitarist for a successful Christian rock band that recently disbanded. In praying about what to do with his life, he...

  • Review: Too Late for Romance?

    Both Gloria and Matt have been burned by marriage and neither of them are too eager to jump in the dating pool. They both have children whom they love to death and are trying desperately to heal the hurts caused by their respective divorces. Gloria worries...

  • Interview: Tamazon Interviews Jane Toombs

    Hello Jane, The girls of Night Owl Romance are pleased that you have granted us an interview We would love to get to know you Could you please start by telling us a little about yourself? I'm Jane Toombs and I've been published for many years, which accounts...

  • Review: Don't Say a Word

    The people in New Orleans consider the sons of the well-established Dubois family as local heroes. Antwaun Dubois is a local police officer and the youngest of the Dubois brothers. Damon Dubois the middle brother is a federal agent. But the Dubois family...

  • Review: Queen of Dragons Drakon

    In Shana Ab‚'s third dragon book we find out that there is another band of dragons in the Carpathian Mountains. Princess Maricara and her brother Alexandru are quite young. Maricara and Lord Kimber Langford write each other. Lord Kimber is alpha and must...

  • Review: On a Wing and a Wishbone Genre: Multicultural Poly Paranormal

    Sienna Black writes about three main characters and their relationship: Takara who owns a catering business, Ben her amicable, nurturing, boyfriend, and Peter who mysteriously appears at Takara's after she wishes with a pendant her mother gave her. Takara's...

  • Review: Demon Moon Length: Novella

    Twenty-three year old Cassandra Claire was taken into the Hawkin Brothers Ranch right after her father passed away. For five years she lived and breathed ranch life and worked just as hard as any male ranch hand. But she had a deep hidden secret that...

  • Review: Two for the Money Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: M‚nage (m/m/f).

    Melissa Parham had two fellow co-workers interested in her for months and she was having tremendous difficulty deciding which one she wanted to be with more. There was Roger Harris who was serious and six foot four of all solid muscle. Then there was...

  • Review: Lone Star Angel

    Lone Star Angel by Linda Carroll-Bradd is a first-rate Christmas story. Luc Tarrant and his ranch hands are living a well-ordered life in the middle of nowhere, when an unexpected arrival turns calm into chaos. Carni Wendell is traveling around the country...

  • Review: Thunder Moon

    Thunder Moon, a Nightcreature novel by award-winning author Lori Handeland, is a fast-paced, sexy and frightening romantic thriller. The strong, cynical Sheriff of Lake Bluff, Georgia, and great-granddaughter of one of the most powerful medicine women...

  • Review: Into Thin Air whimsical ghostly romance

    This is the sophomore book for Mrs. Miles and it is a winner definitely proving she is no one hit wonder. I think personally that this one even surpassed the first novel. Gawan of Conwyk is no ordinary man in fact he's not a mortal at all he's an Earthbound...

  • Review: Sweet Return

    It was a pleasant surprise to find that Sweet Return was a straight contemporary. Joanna Walsh is a small town girl and is comfortable in her own skin. In order to make a living in such a small town in Texas, Joanna has several different businesses. The...

  • Review: Naughty by Nature

    I found this to be a unique historical. The heroine, Patience Winslow is a fallen woman. Once a member of the peerage, she was seduced by an actor named Julian Phoenix and left her family to join his troupe. She quickly learned that it wasn't love that...

  • Review: Witch in the House

    Jade Delarue is a witch. She's not your stereotypical witch in a black hat and riding broomsticks. The Delarue Family has a long history of witches and she has just continued the tradition of her family. She runs a B&B out of her home Mystic Manor. But...

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Breaking the Rules by Ember Leigh

Amara's move home is anything but fun. With her mom recovering from a cancer diagnosis, her only goal is to find a job in her field and support her family. But once she lays eyes on Travis Holt, she realizes her time in LA might be a lot more tolerable if she could use him to take her mind off things.

For Travis, there's only ever been one rule: stay away from his best friend's sister. And it wasn't a problem until Amara moved back west all grown-up and sexier than sin. When she comes strutting around his gym every day, it's impossible to keep his eyes--and hands--off her.

The one-off fling Amara imagined isn't possible with a God like Holt. And once Eddie finds out, they're suddenly cast into the turbulent waters of Something More, the unfamiliar terrain where Amara has to confront whether she can truly support someone whose career is the antithesis of everything she's worked for in the non-profit world.