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The First Gothic Novel

I am proud to say that I finally read The Castle Of Otranto. It had been on my hypothetical to-read list for the longest time, and finishing it left me with a rare and wonderfully satisfied feeling, much like the one I had when I’d dyed my hair red after months of not getting round to doing it. 677 more words

Teenager

Premiere Anthology by RWA

Premiere the Premiere Anthology by Romance Writers of America was a great sampling of what today’s romance writers have to offer. From a young adult story that had me laughing so hard I nearly wet my pants to one of my favorite historical romance author, Sabrina Jeffries who wrote a charming April Fool’s Regency story. 72 more words

Book Review

WIP: Shoot, I love this prick. #amwriting #erotic #romance

Poor Laurel. She’s no match for Sam. He’s made her fall in love with him, the prick. It started with the sex, but then he had to go and be smart and nice and considerate on top of it all. 775 more words

Contemporary Romance

Cover Reveal for AR DeClerck's Bound to You

HI, all! I’m really happy today! One of the reasons why? I get to participate in the cover reveal for my friend, crit partner, beta reader, and all-around awesome person, AR DeClerck. 377 more words

Love Me Again By Teresa Green Free In The Kindle Store

I have been contacted by author Teresa Green with a request that I publicise the availability of her book, “Love Me Again” (Sutton and McDonald Families Book 1), as a free Kindle download which, of course I am very happy to do. 218 more words

Bet On Us by Rachel Higginson

Review: This was a cute love story. It turned out like I thought it would, but I still enjoyed reading it! I love ow the author portrayed all of the characters and how everything turned out in the book. 281 more words

Book Review

A review of "The Lovers of Amherst" by William Nicholson

The novel “The Lovers of Amherst,” or simply “Amherst” in the U.S., was written by William Nicholson. With the setting in Amherst Massachusetts, Nicholson says on his website that the novel is about Emily Dickinson’s poetry and the passion of love with its delusions clearly in view. 1,015 more words

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