Publisher: Random House

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Ex Libris Romance (66)

Ex Libris Romance (66)

This was absolutely fantastic!  Instead of a scandal involving nudes released on social media or someone’s cloud being hacked, Sarah MacLean basically took the 19th century equivalent  – a nude portrait that was only supposed to be for private viewing – and made it the source of the scandal that brings her guardian out of […]

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Ex Libris Romance (65)

Ex Libris Romance (65)

  I approached this one with some trepidation because of the title, but it ended up being kind of interesting.  First, the heroine is more interested in social justice for girls who are essentially trapped in brothels and has made it her life’s work to rescue them.  She and Bryson have a history, which is […]

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Ex Libris Romance (64)

Ex Libris Romance (64)

  I went back and forth about this one.  On the one hand, I love the fact that she was a single mom who needed to work and was constantly being underestimated by people because she was a female (and then proving them wrong).  On the other hand, I think Michael was a little two […]

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Blog Tour: Never Missing, Never Found

Blog Tour: Never Missing, Never Found

  Kidnappings seem to be a popular theme this summer and fall in YA, and in Never Missing, Never Found, we are thrown into Scarlett’s story with a haunting prologue. Even though it has  been more than a few years since her return, things aren’t the same.  Her sister ignores her, her mother is gone, […]

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Blog Tour + Giveaway: How To Hang A Witch

Blog Tour + Giveaway: How To Hang A Witch

Being descended form a Mayflower family, I have always had a particular interest in the the first settlements of the Pilgrims.  My one and only visit to Salem revealed that they do, in fact, capitalize on the town’s dark history. (I was there on Halloween. It was very interesting.)  The weight of history lingers, or […]

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Ex Libris Romance (62)

Ex Libris Romance (62)

The second in the Highland Knights series was just as strong as the first installment. The intrigue continues as the band of Highlanders navigate the world of espionage  post-Waterloo England. Our heroine, who is the sister of book one’s love interest, was an interesting character. She is an author, quite the scandal at the time, […]

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