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Romance Book Review: A Common Scandal

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 Amelia has known Nate since was 10 years old. He’s always been her protector, just as she’s always been his – in her own way. When tragedy struck, he was forced to become the man of the house, and in order to provide for his mother and younger siblings, he had to navigate the rough waters, which took him away from Amelia.

Amelia had always been headstrong, preferring to roughhouse it with the boys than to act like a proper lady-in-the-making.

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Romance Book Review: Into You

WHO’S CRUSHING ON WHO?

There’s a lot of story packed in the few pages of this novella, and I’m glad to have read each and every word!

Nellie is not a stick-thin model, nor does she desire to be. Despite comments about her full-figure, she’s happy with who she is.

Ryker is attracted to Nellie from the moment he sees her. He knows it’s a bad idea to hire her; but she’s well-qualified, and he doesn’t want to lose her to the competition.  Read Full Review

SPELLBOUND SERIES BY SYDNEY SOMERS

 

Series Spotlight: Say You're Mine
Series Spotlight: Don't Let Go
Series Spotlight: Whatever It Takes
Series Spotlight: Must Be Magic

Historical

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    July 26th

Contempor’y

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    Aug 1st

Military

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    July 22nd

Suspense

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    Aug 9th

Western

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    July 26th
PRETTY WOMAN WAS ORIGINALLY MUCH DARKER. Screenwriter J.F. Lawton’s original script, which was titled 3000, wasn’t a love story—and it didn’t have a happy ending. Instead of a rom-com about two very different people finding love, it was a grittier tale about two damaged individuals who spent a week together that ends in tears and zero hope for a balcony-set reunion scene.

Gwyn's bookshelf: read

Earls Just Want to Have Fun
The Hellion and The Heartbreaker
Marked By the Wolf: Part 1
Voyage In His Arms
Devil in Winter
Cover of Night
Snowbound Summer
Kissed at Midnight
No Cure for Love
My Lady Rogue
Earls Just Want to Have Fun
My Fair Lily
Highland Surrender
Hold on My Heart
Love Without End
Always Right
Kiss Me Forever
Voyage In His Arms: 2
Voyage In His Arms: 3
Saving Grapes


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