Marrying a Millionaire by Laura Martin

Cathy Taylor has had enough of big-city life. Having lived in a high-rise apartment building that was practically a tenement with her five-year-old monster, she had always dreamed of a simple country life with wide, open spaces, fresh air, neighborly folk, and lots of trees. Cathy finds a picturesque little…

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Harlequin Presents: Passionate Stranger by Flora Kidd

Hello, kiddies. I know “rock star” romances are hot right now, but back in 1981, Flora Kidd wrote this rock star story like a boss. It may not look it from the cover, but this is a pretty good rock star story. I was entranced from first page and read…

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Review: Fifty Shades Darker by E.L. James

Let’s start with a quote, shall we, from page 329: “I’m a sadist, Ana. I like to whip little brown-haired girls like you because you all look like the crack whore—my birth mother.” If that sets your loins aflame and moistened, fear not, sisters. There’s an ointment for that. Your…

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