Tag Archives: #Romance

My Book Review of Olympian Passion: Olympian Love Trilogy Book 1

Olympian Passion by Andrya Bailey My rating: 3 of 5 stars A romance for philhellenes I was drawn to this book because of the beautiful cover as well as my love of archaeology. The idea of Greek mythology and art blended with love at first sight was a lovely premise for a story. Obviously, I needed to know more. What

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My Book Review of Daughter of Hades

Daughter of Hades: Book 1 of the Love & Peace Series by Mack Little My rating: 5 of 5 stars Delightful Historical Fiction Containing Horrendous Atrocities This story is very powerful. There are many disturbing things, but true to history, sadly. The author breeches them with grace and even made the lewd endurable. What I appreciate greatly was the author

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Book 5 in The Gilda Wright Mystery Series

DEAD WITHOUT REMORSE The Newest Novel in The Gilda Wright Mystery Series by prolific mystery writer, Diane Bator Released by BWL PublishingThe book is available worldwide in digital and print format An explosion leaves a gaping hole in the streetscape where the Nine Lives Consignment Shop and the former martial arts school once stood. When police find remains of a

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My Book Review of Otterly into You (Boys of the Bayou Gone Wild #6.5)

Otterly into You by Erin Nicholas My rating: 5 of 5 stars Enjoyable Quick & Steamy Romance What a great way to introduce readers to Knox and Fiona. They are incredibly likeable, interesting, and attractive characters. I found them refreshing and original. This story was, clearly, set up to draw you into the heated story of these two protagonists. Just

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THE SMOKE IN HIS EYES Wins 2 Awards!

AUTHOR AND MUSICIAN, SHANE WILSON WINS TWO BOOK AWARDS FOR HIS CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED NOVEL, THE SMOKE IN HIS EYES Award-winning author and musician Shane Wilson has won two Awards at the prestigious event, BookFest this past weekend—both were for his journey of music and magic, The Smoke in His Eyes.  The book placed second in Contemporary Fiction and third in

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