Seven Best-Selling Commercial Authors from Bradford to ebook Wonder Van Dyken | Fiction Previews, Apr. 2014, Pt. 2

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Bradford, Barbara Taylor. Cavendon Hall. St. Martin’s. Apr. 2014. 400p. ISBN 9781250032355. $27.99; ebk. ISBN 9781250032331. CD: Macmillan Audio. POP FICTION/HISTORICAL Perk up, Downton fans: the mega-best-selling Bradford, OBE, sets her next work in Edwardian England, at the home of the aristocratic Inghams. The family of Charles Ingham, the sixth Earl of Mowbray, includes two […]

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, September 27, 2013

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Sports romance are big with new titles from Crowley and Seasons, Ashenden’s latest is sexy and a bit kinky, a small-town setting will leave you Breathless, a tropical locale saves March’s book

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

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A flawed, willful, and tantalizing heroine for steampunk fans; a romantic, but dangerous reunion; modern-day cowboys steam up a series; romance awakens an estate where murder lurked ; a really sad love story with a happy-for-now ending; 18th-century spirits reach out to modern times in a new thriller.

Romance Reviews | August 2013

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Reviews of The Arrangement, Breath of Iron, and Sometimes a Rogue, plus a full list of Romance reviews from the August 2013 issue.

Macho Classics, Mean Wit, and Maria Semple | What We’re Reading

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This week, Library Journal and School Library Journal staff are reading some devasting children’s literature, particularly savory romance, smart and serious discussions of education reform, a popular page-turner, and classics that disappoint or challenge in various ways. Dig in! It’s a hearty offering.

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, July 19, 2013

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Love sneaks up on Maisie Scott in Newton’s latest set in an Indiana diner. Seasons begins a sexy and sporty new series with Playing the Field, and forbidden love resurfaces after 3,000 years of waiting in Zululo’s next installment of the “Zubis Chronicles.”

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, July 12, 2013

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Nervy brashness in the latest from Brown, lustily satisfied romantic tension from Schnyder, compelling characters from Stone, and sf romance with a touch of the cowboy feel from Sutherland

Fiction Previews, Dec. 2013, Pt. 2: Robards, Wagner, First Novelist Baxter, & More

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Andersen, Laura. The Boleyn Deceit. Ballantine. Dec. 2013. 400p. ISBN 9780345534118. pap. $15; ebk. ISBN 9780345534125. HISTORICAL Andersen recently launched a Tudor trilogy with The Boleyn King, which imagines that Anne Boleyn gave birth to a lusty baby boy who would become king of England. Here, Henry IX, called William by intimates, has passed through […]

Xpress Reviews: E-Originals | First Look at New Books, June 7, 2013

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LGBT fiction about college boys, the debut from a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart winner, a sweet, Cinderella-esque tale, and Hall’s debut novel captures the roller-coaster ride of bipolar disorder

Magazines, Essays, and Some Romance | What We’re Reading

Evil and the Mask

This past week, Library Journal and School Library Journal staffers went to BEA, and we are still feeling its throws. Guy and myself are going without books for a time, and Bette-Lee got her hands on a new book that will make her fellow romance fans green with envy.

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