E-Originals from Bridges, a Quartet of Historical Authors, Maher, and Riley | Xpress Reviews

For readers looking for a solid transition into grittier, darker, BDSM novels; overall, a collection to recommend to fans of Scottish romance, with the witty stories the stronger reads; a smart and engaging romance, with a sprinkle of office politics and a backdrop of the nation’s capital; a lighthearted rom-com that offers plenty of awkward meet-cute moments and a couple of steamy love scenes

E-Original Historical Romance from Boyce and Cornwall | Xpress Reviews

Boyce crafts a steamy tropical romance far from stuffy English ballrooms—the multicultural romance and generous give and take create a truly enjoyable novel; the beats may be familiar, but the skillful storytelling draws readers in and holds some surprises

E-Originals from Cornwall, Meredith, and Smith | Xpress Reviews

This latest from Cornwall is for die-hard fans of Scottish stories; Meredith has added her own spin to Adair’s Kindle World with this middling novella; readers will enjoy the interactions in Smith’s well-written fantasy romance

E-Original Romances from Carter, Cornwall, and Wells | Xpress Reviews

Readers who enjoyed Carter’s Vengeful Love will not be disappointed in this sequel; readers will fall in love with Fia’s courage and Dair’s honor in this historical from Cornwall; Wells is skilled at creating empathetic characters who go through personal growth and triumph in the end

Fiction from Barnes, Butler, Cornwall, Gorman, McCaig, Vanasse, plus a Remarkable Debut | Xpress Reviews

A perfect rainy-day read, an appealing Kit Cobb thriller, characters to root for, a satisfying mystery, Gone with the Wind backstory, a remarkable debut, much to ponder

E-Originals from Barber, Cornwall, Rader, & Velden | Xpress Reviews

A loving ménage a trois, a thoroughly enjoyable Regency, a fun and epic fantasy romance, and a sweet but slow-to-develop transcontinental romance

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, December 6, 2013

Standard Christie fare—almost, John Shakespeare is not a poetic Prince, Cornwall’s new series begins and it’s complicated, charged by a carnie-punk stunner, love is Starting from Scratch, Quinn gives a little something extra