Tag Archives: Contemporary romance

Fool for Love by Marie Force

When I finished book one of the Gansett Island series, I picked up the next two because I liked how the series modeled the supportive aspects of love, whether between partners, parents and adult children, or true friends. Fool for … Continue reading

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Headliners by Lucy Parker

Lucy Parker consistently delivers a story with humor, poignant moments, and a realistic look behind the curtain or camera as the case may be. The characters are well rounded with as many flaws as strengths. This book builds on the … Continue reading

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Rich, Rugged Rancher by Joss Wood

(Texas Cattleman’s Club: Inheritance series, Book 2) This is a complex story touching on some tough subjects in a way rarely tackled in romance. I was curious to learn how a Harlequin traditional line I’ve been reading on and off … Continue reading

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Wild & Sweet by Rhenna Morgan

I don’t usually read novels by the same author so close together because I start to see the style patterns more than the stories, but I enjoyed Rough & Tumble so much I wanted more time in that world. First, … Continue reading

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Single Malt by Layla Reyne

I’ll admit I chose to read this novel based on the blurb without realizing it was a male-male romance. I haven’t read very many as that’s not my thing, but once I realized, I decided to go ahead anyway, a … Continue reading

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