This is the first book in Jackson’s sprawling Westmoreland series and, even though it debuted in 2002, be warned it has some extremely dated and problematic elements. Namely… the sheikh thing. I do think Jackson handles the sheikh element somewhat deftly. The titular sheikh is of mixed ethnicity from a fictional Arabic and African countryRead the Post
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IDK why I keep trying with these Berkley books. I really try to come at them with an open mind but by the time I got to the end of this one I was just annoyed with everybody. Real Men Knit probably has one of the best log lines of 2020: Four brothers begrudgingly comeRead the Post
Welcome to a new feature where we talk about and give romance recommendations based on a much-loved romance trope! This Next Door Neighbor trope is a close cousin to Forced Proximity because it requires the heroes or heroines to be in the same place. It’s the perfect way to throw together two characters who mayRead the Post
I was fortunate enough to wether the beginning of the shutdown working from home and one of the things I did at lunch is read some books in my basket of category romances. Body Check by Elle Kennedy Elle Kennedy is a much-loved author on this blog and this is an interesting library sale findRead the Post
Rating: Unrated | 292 pages | Dafina Books | Contemporary | 07/30/2019 | Yvonne Cable, single mother and interior designer to Atlanta’s elite, is ready to jumpstart her career and love life with a home renovation TV show co-starring her handsome and wholesome celebrity contractor fiance, Nate. Sparks flew when the couple metRead the Post
Christmas romance who? This year I read two winter holiday novellas set around New Year’s Eve and Thanksgiving. A Tale of Two Cities: A New Year’s Novella by Alexandra Warren It’s New Year’s Eve and professional dancer Cheyenne Foster is ready to make it official with her almost-boyfriend but is shocked to discover he hasRead the Post