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Dorinda and the Doctor by Sabrina Jeffries

Thursday, July 31, 2014

Dorinda and the Doctor (novella)
The Duke's Men #2.5

Sabrina Jeffries
Historical Romance
Published in 2014

H/h - Dr. Percy Worth/Dorinda Nunley
Setting: England, 1828.

Read in July, 2014.
My rating:

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Dorinda and the Doctor  by Sabrina Jeffries is a very short novella in her The Duke’s Men series. It tells us the story of Dr. Percy Worth and a young widow he met over at the Duke of Lyons’ estate. TBH, I never thought Dr. Worth was going to have a separate story of his own, as short as it was. Nevertheless, I had to give it a try.

If you haven’t read The Duke’s Men yet, you might wanna start with Hellions of Hallstead Hall as this series is somewhat linked to the Hellions. Most of the lead male characters here were introduced as secondary characters in the Hellions series. ‘Duke’s Men’ is a fancy name for Manton’s Investigation, run by Dominic Manton. Dominic or Dom’s younger half-siblings (his deceased father, the viscount’s mistress’s children) also help him running this company. Though Dom’s elder brother can’t stand the sight of either Tristan or Lisette, Dom is fond of both and appreciates having them close. Thus he has been banished and disinherited. But Dom doesn’t care a whit, he has studied and happy doing what he loves best.

Falling for the Pirate by Amber Lin

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Falling for the Pirate
Men of Fortune #2

Amber Lin
Historical Romance
Publication: July 21, 2014 (ARC review)

H/h - Captain Nathaniel Bowen/Juliana Hargate
Setting: London, 1820.

Read in July, 2014.
My rating:

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I have to admit first that Amber Lin’s Falling for the Pirate, book 2 of Men of Fortune, had much potential to be superb. I really liked book 1, which is why I wanted to continue with the series. Sadly, all those potentials weren’t met to my liking. Instead, I had quite a confusing time trying to figure out the buildup of the H and h’s relationship.

In book 1, the company run by the Duke of Sinclair, Adrian with Nate, Hale and another buddy of theirs was mentioned, even if only a snippet of it. Letters at Christmas was Hale’s story, a ship’s captain, who returned home after a long time to win his childhood sweetheart, Sidony, back. It was very short yet sweet. There weren’t much about his friends in that installment, except that they attend Hale and Sidony’s marriage.

Release Day Blitz: Rogue by Katy Evans

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Today is the release day of the much awaited book 4 of the REAL series, Rogue by Katy Evans. To celebrate, here's a promo spotlight on the book. Also find a hot teaser of Rogue. ;)
Katy Evans
(REAL #4)
Publication: July 29, 2014 by Gallery Books


Brook Dumas found Remington Tate in REAL, and now it’s her best friend Melanie’s turn to find the man who makes her heart sing. 

After years of searching, one night in the rain, the strong and mysterious Greyson King comes to her rescue. He’s bold, and maybe just the lover, friend, and protector she’s been searching for. When they make love, he says her name like it means something. Like she means something—and that’s everything she’s ever wanted.

He disappears for days without a word, and when he’s around, he says he’ll only hurt her. Buy when he’s away, her heart hurts more.

Then Melanie uncovers the dark world he’d been determined to keep hidden, and suspects that their random first meeting might have not been so random after all.

Caught in a free fall of emotions, Melanie has no one to catch her but the man she should be running from. . . But what do you do when your Prince Charming has gone Rogue?

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The Seduction 4 by Roxy Sloane

Monday, July 28, 2014

The Seduction 4 (novella)
The Seduction #4

Roxy Sloane
Contemporary Romance/Erotica
Published in 2014

H/h - Vaughn/Keely Fawes
Setting: Present time.

Read in July, 2014.
My rating:

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Just finished The Seduction 4, the last installment of The Seduction series by Roxy Sloane. What can I say? It was enjoyable but nothing special.

The self-proclaimed “Seducer”, who used to seduce women in exchange of big amount of cash, was given an assignment of spinning his magical God-in-Bed mana on Keely, a reserved, less experienced girl by ‘someone’. Vaughn went in because he thought Keely was attractive enough (not to mention the money), not having a clue that this time, his perfect record of conquering every conquest is going to crash. From the first moment, Keely shook his world as bad as he did hers.

Promo Spotlight and Giveaway: Ophelia's Lessons by Esmae Browder

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Featuring a promo spotlight today on Esmae Browder's Ophelia's Lessons, a contemporary erotic romance and book 1 in the Naughty Shakespeare series, as a part of the current VBT. In the following, also find an expect. Don't forget to comment as it'll increase your chances of winning!

Esmae Browder will be awarding the first three ebooks in the series: Ophelia's Lessons, Ravishing Rosaline, and The Taming of the Prude to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour
Ophelia's Lessons
Esmae Browder
(Naughty Shakespeare #1)

Sweet, innocent Ophelia--she wants nothing more than to marry Hamlet Elsinore. But what does a simple virgin know about pleasing a man like the sophisticated and charming Hamlet? Not a whole lot, but when her seductive roommate, Portia, learns of Ophelia’s interest, she gets Horatio to “teach” the innocent girl everything she’ll need to know to seduce his best friend, Hamlet.

Set in modern day, this prequel to Hamlet is steamy enough to have even the Bard blushing! Enjoy this first book of Literotica in the Naughty Shakespeare series.

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