E-Originals from Archer, Lorret (with a Star), and Kay | Xpress Reviews

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Traditional boy-meets-girl tale marries the culinary fascination with food trucks; Lorret turns a conventional premise into one with plenty of promise and anticipation; a great choice for anyone looking for suspense and a steamy romance

Almost Famous | LJ Reviews, April 1, 2016

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A sweet and heartfelt debut novel for readers who have dreamed of being swept off their feet by a famous movie star; a fast-paced novel that will have readers immersed in the heady feeling of an alcohol-fueled affair with one of the sexiest men alive; a funny, romantic, chick lit novel about a second chance at love

E-Originals from Byrne, Di Lorenzo, and Lynn, with a “Vengeful” Debut | Xpress Reviews

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The strong language fits the intense world Byrne creates; the cliff-hanger ending of Carter’s debut will leave readers begging for the sequel; Di Lorenzo’s characterizations are strong enough to overcome the slight silliness of the setup

E-Originals from Arthur, Dover, and Harmon | Xpress Reviews

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Arthur blends timely social issues into the background to flesh out her plot, one need not to be football fan to fall head over heels for Dover’s spunky contemporary romance, Harmon’s romance is for skate-lovers as well as those who enjoy watching from the sidelines

Fiction from Bradford, Gaylin, Harrington, McKinty, and Straub | Xpress Reviews

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A charming romance peppered with Shakespearean quotations, a compelling protagonist from Gaylin, an exciting tale of intrigue despite some discrepancies, a strong moral point of view from McKinty, a master of two genres: that’s Straub

E-Originals from Austin, Burke & Jensen, Gray, plus Two Debuts | Xpress Reviews

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An excellent second offering in the series from Austin; more “Chaos” from Burke & Jensen; a baseball debut featuring a library director; Gray plot is basic, with slow-burn erotic love scenes; Michaels’s debut is all romance readers could hope for

E-Originals from Barth, Boyett-Campo, Harris, and Weaver | Xpress Reviews

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Series opener features funny, human characters that sustain interest; a bordello for women causes some unusual attachments; a bucket list gets a workout in this fast-paced Nashville story; readers will be immediately invested in Weaver’s “Scandal”

E-Originals from Carney, Fernando, and Stone | Xpress Reviews

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Week ending February 26, 2016 Carney, Dee. Hunger Untamed. Carina: Harlequin. (Vampire Hunger, Bk. 3). Mar. 2016. 208p. ebk. ISBN 9781459290402. $3.49. EROTIC PARANORMAL ROMANCE Lucy Drake, a former blood slave, human food for the vampire elite, is looking for revenge. She is determined to kill the powerful vampire Sage because he is responsible for […]

LJ Fiction Reviews: February 15, 2016

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Drake’s gripping domestic thriller, Chevalier’s memorable portrait of American pioneers, award-winning debuter Misk√©, exceptional military romance from Buchman, Valentine’s Day picks, urban fantasy makes a comeback, sf steams up

E-Originals from Cahill, Maher, and Platt, plus Debuter Joyce | Xpress Reviews

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Cahill doesn’t quite hit the new adult peak; Joyce’s debut is a sweet, funny, and romantic coming-of-age story; Maher’s latest is a terrific if unconventional romance; Platt’s new Farthingale title is a welcome treat full of interesting surprises