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The Devil Wears Kilts Review
The Devil Wears Kilts (Scandalous Highlanders Book 1) by Suzanne Enoch is a male-female romance featuring a hard-charging Scottish clan leader trying to fit into London high society during the Regency period, and it is a must-read!
Awards for Romance Fiction
Are you curious what book awards exist to recognize excellence in writing romance novels?
The Untold Want Review
LGBT gay romance The Untold Want by Catt Ford features African American main characters and supporting characters, a coming-out theme, separated lovers meeting years later, fine arts, New York City, and an intensely emotional and erotic tone.
The Other Side of the Pillow Review
This is a pleasant story of an attractive African American couple coming together, but it's not a keeper for me because of the tight focus on two characters who seem subordinate to the story's message of second chances.
LGBT gay romance Captive by Remy Jensen starts with a kidnapping in Belize in this engaging enemies-to-lovers romance.
The Healer's Touch Review
Male-Female romance The Healer's Touch by Lori Copeland is set in 1887 Missouri and features a farm girl shunned by the townsfolk because of her mother's mental illness who takes in a U.S. Marshal with amnesia whom everyone mistakes for an outlaw.
In Death Series by J.D. Robb
Why would you want to read the IN DEATH series by J.D. Robb (aka Nora Roberts), especially when it is a hugely long series? Because it is an unusual and creative series. Here is the complete list.
LGBT gay romance Shirewode by J. Tullos Hennig is the absolutely terrific conclusion of the Robin Hood legend started in the first book Greenwode that reimagines Robin and Guy de Gisbourne as enemies-to-lovers.
Only With You Review
Male-Female romance Only With You by Lauren Layne is an excellent romantic comedy and opposites-attract romance about a hapless party girl and an aloof businessman. The story manages to be equally funny and heartfelt.
Greenwode by J. Tullos Hennig is an LGBT gay retelling of the Robin Hood legend and a must-read for fans of gay romance and young adult romance. Here, Robin and his nemesis Guy of Gisbourne are re-imagined as friends and lovers meeting early in life. This is book 1 of an amazing two-book series.
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