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

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 […]

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

E-Originals by Clark & Co., Daco, Jamison, and Perera | Xpress Reviews

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A trio of holiday novellas, sparks fly in Daco’s “electrifying” paranormal romance, Jamison hits her stride with book two in her “Destiny” series, egos clash and an unlikely alliance is formed in a fantasy romance from Perera

E-Originals from Barley, Fox, Moore, and Sorenson | Xpress Reviews

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Barley’s title leaves nothing to the imagination, libraries seeking romances with a unique angle should consider Fox’s latest, the chemistry in Moore’s latest initially feels lopsided, and Sorenson never lets the compelling plot take a backseat to the sexy love story

E-Originals from Ball, Banks, Haymore, and Kent, plus Yates’s Holiday Novella | Xpress Reviews

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More questions than answers from Ball; a fun, intriguing story from Banks; Haymore opens a new Highland series; a sexy and titillating read read from Kent; Yates’s Christmas novella will warm readers’ hearts

E-Originals from Allyn, Barrett, Stacey, and Weaver | Xpress Reviews

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A good romance filled with fiery women and exasperated knights; humor, flirting, and sizzling sex; complicated relationships inject a welcome dose of conflict and warmth into the plot; sexual encounters are rendered with spine-tingling tension

E-Originals from Cullen, Drewry, Erickson, and Sorenson | Xpress Reviews

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Cullen’s latest is highly recommended for historical romance buffs who prefer a little mayhem in the mix, “Friends First” offers unusual love stories, Dirty Talk a straightforward, enjoyable plot and witty dialog, Sorensen’s book shines in her damaged characters