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Review: To All The Rake I’ve Loved Before by Anne Barton

Review: To All The Rake I’ve Loved Before by Anne Barton

Amelia is enjoying having the house to herself. Her mother is taking the waters in Bath and has left her on her own. Amelia loves her mother but she’s a very loud and demanding mother. Amelia has almost made herself a recluse in the last two years. She goes out to walk in the park […]

Review: Sway by Lauren Dane

Review: Sway by Lauren Dane

This is the first Delicious story, a continuation of the Brown Siblings series. The world is one of my favorites. Down-to-Earth professionals living their lives and falling in love. This is the story of Daisy and Levi. Daisy is a 24 year old artist and Levi is a 40 year old attorney from a privileged […]

Lightning Review: True Colors by Thea Harrison

Lightning Review: True Colors by Thea Harrison

This short story is set in the same world as her Elder Races series, available now from Berkley. While I enjoyed reading about something outside the main storyarc of the series, I don’t think it packed the same punch as her full length novels. The villain wasn’t too hard to figure out. I think it […]

Review: Oracle’s Moon by Thea Harrison

Review: Oracle’s Moon by Thea Harrison

I wasn’t sure what to expect going into this novel. It picks up where Serpent’s Kiss left off (I believe it’s the morning after the events that transpired at the end of the book). I don’t think it’s necessary to read the other books first. While the events from the previous books are touched on, […]

Guest Review: Her Christmas Pleasure by Karen Erickson

Guest Review: Her Christmas Pleasure by Karen Erickson

First off, I have to admit that I am not a fan of novellas. Never have been, will probably never be one. Yet when I saw the author of this one I was delighted to read it. It is a mere 20,000 words–barely 70 pages, but within its short framework this adept author has told […]