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Fifteen Years Later: Review of “His Sinful Touch” by Candace Camp

Title: His Sinful TouchAuthor: Candace CampISBN: 0373789963Publisher: HQNSeries: Mad Morelands #5Price: $5.98 (Paperback) $5.99 (e-book) $19.96(Audible)Rating: ⭐️⭐️⭐️1/2Most readers remember their first, the first book of their particular genre that they read, whether they enjoyed the book or not.  I have two firsts–the first romance I ever read was a Harlequin Intrigue written by Amanda Stevens.  If you’ve read …

Review of “The Lady Who Lived Again” By Thomasine Rappold

I’m not sure what I was expecting when I requested The Lady Who Lived Again, but I am sure that I did not get it, whatever it was.  Don’t get me wrong; it isn’t a bad book.  I’m just confused as to what it is.  At times, it feels like it wants to be a paranormal and …

All the Paranormals…

It seems that October is paranormals month.  Maybe it has to do with Halloween being this month, but all I seem to want to read are paranormals.  I started out with older Kay Hoopers (Out of the Shadows, Whisper of Evil) and then moved onto her newer books.  To be honest, I had all but given …

Rebranding and Catching Up

To All of My Wonderful Readers, Thank you so very much for staying with me over the last months–I know it has been a very long time since my last post back in February and I’m not quite sure why I’ve stayed away for so long.  Back in February, in the midst of that frigid …

Guilty Pleasure Books

I was watching the newest episode of The Goldbergs earlier today and it featured the song The Safety Dance, which as far as I know has never been a cool song.  It is one of those songs that everybody knows, but no one ever admits to liking.  It was the Mmbop of the day (I will admit …

The Romance Novel Trend I Wish Would Go Away

After finishing Ransom two days ago, I haven’t really been in the mood to read.  I started two books, but I couldn’t really get into either of them–one of which I am still trying to like, but I don’t know how much longer I’ll be able to stand it.  I found myself scanning the Queens Library’s …