E-Originals from Arthur, Zabo, Greyson, Wainscott, & Zanetti | Xpress Reviews

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Two well-paced and engaging M/M contemporaries, hilarious time travel from Greyson, back to her roots for Wainscott, complex characters and shifting alliances from Zanetti

Finding Closure: The End of a Series | In the Bookroom

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It was with excitement and some dismay that I read the final installments of a pair of long-running historical series: Willig’s Pink Carnation and Long’s Pennyroyal Green

Wilde’s Debut of the Month, Garrison, Hobb, New Series Lineup | SF/Fantasy Reviews, July 2015

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Readers will be anxious to revisit Wilde’s world; Garrison debuts an engaging and quick-moving story of love, revenge, and justice; Hobb returns with a new adventure starring one of the most touching friendships in fantasy fiction

Byron’s Debut of the Month, Coleman, McPherson, Nickson, plus Series Lineup | Mystery Reviews, July 2015

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Byron’s entertaining cozy debuts recipes and fascinating tidbits about plantation history; lovers of solid mysteries will adore Coleman’s engaging new sleuth; a haunting stand-alone from McPherson; Nickson’s second historical is thoroughly enjoyable

Book Shelving: Check It Out | Behind the Book, July 2015

From bookshelves to book carts: (l.) volunteer Viets returns items to their proper place at the Galt Ocean Mile Reading Center, Fort Lauderdale, FL; (r.) the author (in red) joins Windsor Branch P.L. staff in Barnhart, MO, with the library cart pimped out like the cover of Checked Out

“Volunteering at a library is rewarding. It was a thrill to see my mysteries on the library shelves…. It was fun to recommend my favorite writers, if a patron asked for help. If they liked my suggestions, I felt like a successful matchmaker.”

Will the Real Christian Grey, Please Stand Up? | Beyond Fifty Shades

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EL James does Grey one better with her new tale from Christian’s perspective

Bondage Bites | Erotica Reviews, July 2015

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This month we’re exploring sexy stories wherein characters are pushed to the limit, with some loving every minute of it.

E-Originals from Clark, McGinnis, and Wylie, plus Two Debuts | Xpress Reviews

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Romantic suspense at every turn; delayed gratification and the consequent lack of hanky-panky; Jess and Cole’s romance is sweet, gentle, and worth the read; a debut novel full of Southern charm; light sexual content and a feel-good message

E-Originals from Alexander & Co., Arend, Barth, Chance, and Cross | Xpress Reviews

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A fantastic historical anthology for Juneteenth; Arend’s latest features enjoyable characters and emotional issues; Barth’s romance has plenty of angst and sizzle; a high dose of relationship conflict from Chance; a sexy romp from Cross

Balogh, Feehan, Shalvis, Thayne, Two Brides of Waterloo, Plus News | Romance Reviews, June 15, 2015

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Small-Town Style What is it about community-based series romances—the ones set in small towns with an assortment of recurring characters that hover in the background of the main action—that is so appealing?