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Jonathan Slate was the paid-in-full dirigible’s owner. He was tall and unconventional, with hair that hung from his body like curls of licorice that had been wiped with expensive olive oil. He seemed smarter and wilier and more willful and just plain sexier than anyone who stood near him. He was a real Penn Jillette type, just the way women like. He was talking to the Dalai Lama, who was...
I was just like, "There was something that I meant...
And then I realized it was “Reread all the sex scenes from a paranormal romance from a few years ago.” I should really keep a To Do list.
the-satisfied-fool asked: hey, have you read any Susan Elizabeth Phillips? i agree Julia Quinn can be a bit blah, Lisa kyelpas in my opinion is one of the most quotable romance writers on the scene but SEP is well up there.
ISO: SpooOOOooOOOky Romance!
It’s the MOST. WONDERFUL TIIIME. OF THE YEAR! It’s getting chillier outside and our dashes are all filled with pumpkin goodies. My Halloween playlist is already in heavy rotation and I’m obsessively watching Hocus Pocus and Sleepy Hollow. I don’t even want to talk about how much I’m watching Bram Stoker’s Dracula. I’m sure we’re all in the mood for...
thetbrlist: Archangel’s Blade by Nalini Singh Archangel’s Blade is the fourth book in the Guild Hunter series. This time Nalini Singh focuses on Dmitri, one of Raphael’s Seven, while Elena and Raphael himself remain on the sidelines. While the first three books were a careful mix of urban fantasy and romance, Archangel’s Blade is all about the romance. The urban fantasy elements are still...
Back Cover Copy for Kresley Cole's Lothaire...
From her Facebook page: ALL FEAR THE ENEMY OF OLD Driven by his insatiable need for revenge, Lothaire, the Lore’s most ruthless vampire, plots to seize the Horde’s crown. But bloodlust and torture have left him on the brink of madness—until he finds Elizabeth Peirce, the key to his victory. He captures the unique young mortal, intending to offer up her very soul in exchange for power, yet...
Pre-Review: Secrets of a Summer Night by Lisa...
Okay dudes so I’m going to try this thing where I give myself 24 hours or so after reading a book to fully digest it and see if my reviews are more objective. I’ve noticed a trend in my reviewing, which is basically “OMG I LOVED THIS BOOK THIIIIIS MUCH” and then overlooking flaws or issues I have with it until a bit later and then it’s a bit awkward and I’d have...
If I had a Kindle
lakebandit: madeofawesomeisabamf: I’d probably always be reading smut. What do you think I use mine for, School? Kindle is why I started reading romance. I like to think I’d be out and proud with my trashy books, but that theory remains untested.
SB Sarah Writes a Book; GIVES AWAY EVERYTHING EVER →
Head on over to win your copy of Everything I Know About Love I Learned from Romance Novels, one of several e-readers, and/or a giant pile of books. An a Nora Roberts bobblehead. Really.
Castles (Crown's Spies #4) by Julie Garwood
In a nutshell Genre: Romance, Mystery, Regency Notes: A fun mostly sappy jaunt through a regency era romance between an over-bearing, but caring man and a naive but stubborn princess. Recommended For: Garwood fans, Those looking for a light read and some sap. When formulas are enough … I read this book a long time ago and forgot a lot of it and thought I’d re-read it for this blog....