Category Archive: Non-Fic

Mar 22

Review – Too Early for Flowers by Kurt Sipolski

Above all, I found this book to be a lesson in dignity. The way one woman could take what was handed to her and make a good life, despite tragedy, was nothing short of inspiring. ~ Leigh, Guilty Pleasures  Description: Too ambitious for her small Illinois town, Iris is determined to see the world with …

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Jan 10

ARC Review – The Feminist and the Cowboy: An Unlikely Love Story by Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez

The Feminist and The Cowboy was a witty, fun book that brings you through an era where women thought that submitting to a man was giving up their own identity to the present when submitting to man can be your one chance at true love and happiness. ~  Guilty Pleasures Description: The bestselling author of The …

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Dec 05

Review – 50 Ways to Play: BDSM for Nice People by Don Mcleod, Debra Mcleod

Description: This simple and highly accessible non-fiction guide to BDSM (Bondage, Dominance, Sadism, and Masochism) features 50 edgy and erotic adventures to sample and is the perefct companion for the millions of fans of the Fifty Shades trilogy (Fifty Shades of Grey, Fifty Shades Darker and Fifty Shades Freed), the Anne Rice/A.N. Roquelaure Sleeping Beauty …

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Oct 06

Review – Signs of Life: A Memoir by Natalie Taylor

Description: Twenty-four-year-old Natalie Taylor was leading a charmed life. At the age of twenty four, she had a fulfilling job as a high school English teacher, a wonderful husband, a new house and a baby on the way. Then, while visiting her sister, she gets the news that Josh has died in a freak accident. …

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May 21

Review – LOVE Is MURDER Anthology

Description: Prepare for heart-racing suspense in this original collection by thirty of the hottest bestselling authors and new voices writing romance suspense today. Go on vacation with Allison Brennan’s Lucy Kincaid, where she saves a man from drowning, only to discover he is in far greater danger on land. Meet Roxanne St. Claire’s “bullet catcher”—bodyguard …

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May 17

Review – Afterglow by Cherry Adair (Lodestone Trilogy #2)

 Pleasure with a price.  Visit Cherry Adair WHAT’S THIS BOOK ABOUT? A high-profile celebrity wedding in Monaco is the kind of A-list event security specialist Rand Maguire excels at. Everything goes like clockwork, until guests start inexplicably losing all their inhibitions. . . . Painful secrets from the past. Rand is no stranger to the …

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