Tag: Dual PoV

Knocked-Up Cinderella by Julie Hammerle

Knocked-Up Cinderella by Julie Hammerle

  Get ready to laugh your butt off with Knocked-Up Cinderella, a chic-lit-ish contemporary romance. Erin is 40, recently single and killing it as the new principal at a private elementary school. She loves what she does, but now it also includes schmoozing and fund-raising and that’s how she finds… Read more »

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Without Regret by Aubrey Bondurant

Without Regret by Aubrey Bondurant

  I was so looking forward to Emma’s story! And although Trevor was not the hot biker dude I was expecting she’d end up with, Without Regret was without a doubt a fantastic story. We met both Emma (Simon’s PA) and Trevor (the new co-worker) in Without Apology. What’s new… Read more »

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Dragon in the Blood by Juliette Cross

Dragon in the Blood by Juliette Cross

  OMG!!!!! *yanking out hair* How could this have ended as it did!!!!?? Dragon in the Blood was so, so good. Gah! I need the next one in the series like, yesterday. I don’t recommend reading this as a standalone, as the story arc begins in the first book and… Read more »

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Royally Yours by Emma Chase

Royally Yours by Emma Chase

  Royally Yours was the perfect royal romance. I’ve read the first book in the series and absolutely loved it, so when I realized that the Queen grandma was getting her story told, I didn’t hesitate to jump in. Lenore was raised to become the first ever Queen of her… Read more »

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Landing Eagle by Harley Stone

Landing Eagle by Harley Stone

Harley Stone is a completely new to me author but after finding out she writes MC romances, I couldn’t help but request a copy of her upcoming release, Landing Eagle, book four in the Dead Presidents MC Series. Anyone who has followed my reviews can tell you that starting a… Read more »

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Lionheart by Thea Harrison

Lionheart by Thea Harrison

Moonshadow, the first book in Thea Harrison’s series of the same name, knocked my socks off and earned a permanent place on my reread shelf. Spellbinder, the second book in the series, had some amazing high points but in the end garnered a decent rating, but not a gushing one…. Read more »

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