Category Archives: romance

An Unsuitable Heir by KJ Charles

I will have to admit, this was probably my least favorite of the books in the series. As much as I have appreciated that K.J. Charles has given us such a diverse set of characters (Polish immigrant, half Indian/half British … Continue reading

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Anonymous Noise 5 by Ryoko Fukuyama

Fukuyama really knows how to create an engaging set of characters – even the love triangle here is palatable as there is no one clear winner for our protagonist Nino. This volume mostly covers the big first live concert given … Continue reading

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SP Baby by Maki Enjoji

Those who have read Enjoji’s other English licensed title, Happy Marriage?!, will find more of the same in SP Baby. Once again we have a plucky but fairly banal heroine, a love interest in a position of power but completely … Continue reading

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A Spy’s Devotion by Melanie Dickerson

I came across this first book in the Regency Spies of London from an Audible sale and decided to give it a try. Unfortunately, it was clear very early on that I am not the audience for this book. It … Continue reading

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Prince in Disguise by Stephanie Kate Strohm

Prince in Disguise is a fluffy, light, guilty pleasure kind of read. It felt like a watered down John Hughes movie – 16 Candles but with British royalty instead of high school royalty. You won’t believe any of it but … Continue reading

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The Knowing by Sharon Cameron

It took awhile for me to get into the Knowing – I had a hard time figuring out where it fit into the timeline and I felt like I had forgotten some key point in the ending to The Forgetting. … Continue reading

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Taproot by Keezy Young

Taproot is a gentle, inviting, and nicely told urban fantasy of a young man in love with gardening and the ghost in love with him. It draws you in immediately and it is a story you want to follow as … Continue reading

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