Monthly Archives: November 2010

Review: Too Hot to Handle by Robin Kaye

Annabelle Ronaldi has not had it easy. Most of her family thinks that she is a spoiled self-centered brat. She’s probably to blame for that but she can’t tell them about her past. It’s something that Annabelle must shoulder herself. Right now life couldn’t get any worse. When Annabelle was younger she moved to Philadelphia to get away from her smothering family. She was an […]

Author Spotlight: Connie Brockway

“Author Spotlight” is a chance for us to give you a little more info on some our favorite authors. Maybe you’ve heard of them before but you’ll find a title you may have missed or maybe you’ll discover a new author to try! The author I am highlighting this month is a recent find for me, it is author Connie Brockway. Connie writes historical romance […]

Horror of Romance

We all know Romance gets a bad rap. We hide our book covers and are sometimes embarrassed when we’re discovered reading them in the dark corners of our libraries. Yes, romance novel haters are out there and of course we fear their judgment. So that brings us to The Horror of Romance. What is the Horror of Romance? Well, here we’ll examine why romance novels […]

Review: Somewhere Along the Way by Jodi Thomas

Thomas strikes gold again! Her latest release Somewhere Along the Way is another near perfect story about the joys of a small town. If would be a hard feat to not fall madly in love with these characters! Harmony, Texas. The small town to which many call home and could never dream of leaving. Take Reagan Truman, for instance. Now living with her Uncle during […]