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Quote-Tastic Review ~ Duke of Sin by Elizabeth Hoyt

June 13, 2016 ~ 3 Comments
Quote-Tastic Review ~ Duke of Sin by Elizabeth Hoyt

“Quote-Tastic” is a meme hosted every Monday on Herding Cats & Burning Soup. To participate you have to post a favorite quote from a current or past read. Quote This is why I adore the Maiden Lane series! Valentine Napier holds a special place in my heart.   Val is one sneaky, underhanded hero! Elizabeth Hoyt […]

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Guest Post with Jenna Sutton ~ When Music Tells a Story

April 18, 2016 ~ 2 Comments
Guest Post with Jenna Sutton ~ When Music Tells a Story

  Enter to Win a $25.00 Amazon Gift Card!   Please welcome Jenna Sutton to the Nightstand today! She’s gonna talk to us a bit about music in books!   When Music Tells a Story For some people, smells trigger memories. The sweet fragrance of vanilla might make you think of baking cookies with Nana […]

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Review ~ Nobody But You by Jill Shalvis

April 12, 2016 ~ 3 Comments
Review ~ Nobody But You by Jill Shalvis

Another funny, sexy, Jill Shalvis book!!   In the latest Cedar Ridge novel, we are introduced to the elusive Army Special Forces officer Jacob Kincaid. He’s been gone for over 18 years with no communication with his family. His first day back some kooky woman, (heroine Sophie Morren) who procedes to puke on his shoes! […]

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Excerpt & #Giveaway An America in Scotland @Tastybooktours

March 10, 2016 ~ 3 Comments
Excerpt & #Giveaway An America in Scotland @Tastybooktours

Synopsis Rose MacIain is a beautiful woman with a secret. Desperate and at her wits’ end, she crafts a fake identity for herself, one that Duncan MacIain will be unable to resist. But she doesn’t realize that posing as the widow of the handsome Scotsman’s cousin is more dangerous than she knew. And when a […]

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Debut Novel Review ~ To Steal a Heart by K.C. Bateman

February 25, 2016 ~ 0 Comments
Debut Novel Review ~ To Steal a Heart by K.C. Bateman

Set in the Napoleonic era in France this debut novel was exquisitely unique!   It starts off with Marianne getting caught by Nick trying to plant evidence. Did I mention that she’s tightrope walking?! Marianne is a 21? year old former aristo turned civilian. She’s a circus performer and thief that’s under the reign of […]

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Review ~ A Girl’s Guide to Moving On Debbie Macomber

February 24, 2016 ~ 0 Comments
Review ~ A Girl’s Guide to Moving On  Debbie Macomber

A heart-warming tale of women of two different generations helping each other to learn to love themselves!   Leanne has been living with a philandering husband for years. When she learns that her son, Jake, has followed in her husband, Sean’s path.  She finds the courage to tell Nichole, because she doesn’t want to her […]

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