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The English Duke: Duke Trilogy #2 by Karen Ranney

The English Duke: Duke Trilogy #2 by Karen Ranney

Karen Ranney again on the blog today with the second installment in the Duke Trilogy, a historic romance series. Please read on for my review and an excerpt, check out the tour stops to see what other readers thought of the book, and don’t forget to enter the tour wide giveaway where you could win one of two print copies of THE SCOTTISH DUKE, the first book in the trilogy.  Please read on for more about Read more of this post

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My Fair Duchess: Dukes Behaving Badly #5 by Megan Frampton

My Fair Duchess: Dukes Behaving Badly #5 by Megan Frampton

Returning to the Dukes Behaving Badly series from Megan Frampton, the fifth title is on the blog today with a feel of Pygmalion in this historic romance. Please read on for my review, check out the tour stops to see what others thought, read the excerpt and don’t forget to enter the tour wide giveaway where you could win one of Three (3) Print copies of WHY DO DUKES FALL IN LOVE: Dukes Behaving Badly #4 (US Only). But fist  Read more of this post

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Perfect For You: Sunshine Creek Vineyard #2 by Candis Terry

Perfect For You: Sunshine Creek Vineyard #2 by Candis Terry

The second book in the Sunshine Creek Vineyard series from CandisTerry is on the blog today: a family vineyard with plenty of tension and heat to spread around. Grab a glass of your favorite vintage and read on for my review. Be sure to check the tour stops to see what other readers thought, read the excerpt and don’t forget to enter the tour-wide giveaway where you could win Three (3) print copies of A BETTER MAN, Sunshine Creek Vineyard Book One . But first,  Read more of this post

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Juliet’s Answer: One Man’s Search for Love and the Elusive Cure for Heartbreak by Glenn Dixon

Juliet’s Answer: One Man’s Search for Love and the Elusive Cure for Heartbreak by Glenn Dixon

If you’ve ever been to Verona and wandered the streeets, you may have come across the Juliet House, formerly owned by the dell Capello family and purchased by the city and renamed the Juliet House for the similarity to the surname Capulet.  Glenn Dixon, during a school exeat from teaching high school English, and more specifically the play of Romeo and Juliet, spent time in Verona and met, and became one of the Club di Giulietta, the people who volunteer to answer letters to Juliet, both posted and left on the walls.   Please read on for my review of Read more of this post

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