And Then Mine Enemy by Alison Stuart: Review
Phantasma by Efthalia: Review
Outback Sisters by Rachael Johns: Review
Secret Confessions – Down and Dusty: Series Review
Summers with Juliette by Emily Madden: Review
More Than This by Shannyn Schroeder: Review

More Than This by Shannyn Schroeder: Review

January 21, 2013 Reviews 0

When a lonely teacher teams up with a handsome bartender for some outrageous acts, they both get more than they bargained for… Learning her ex-husband is going to be a father, Quinn Adams is determined to have a baby of her own—without the partnership of a man. But her sister… Read more »


The Best Thing by Jaci Burton: Review

The Best Thing by Jaci Burton: Review

January 17, 2013 Reviews 0

A year ago, Tori let her guard down and Brody Kent slipped right in, planting one hot, unforgettable kiss on her in a dark corner at the company Christmas party. Though the kiss surpassed her wildest dreams, she can’t let it happen again. She loves Brody, but he’s got a… Read more »


New Look

January 14, 2013 Reviews 0

When I set up My Written Romance, I picked a theme that looked lovely and sunny. However, as time has passed, I’ve been looking for a design that was more topic-appropriate. So, here it is. I think it’s really pretty, and I hope you like it too.


Rules are for Breaking by Imelda Evans: Review

Rules are for Breaking by Imelda Evans: Review

January 10, 2013 Reviews 0 ★★★★

This was a book that I really enjoyed. Imelda Evans has crafted a lovely story where the main characters, Jo and Declan were very human and believable. The scenes where Jo is trying to put Declan off and where he is steadfast in his resolve to keep going were very… Read more »


Wild At Heart by Charmaine Ross: Review

Wild At Heart by Charmaine Ross: Review

January 9, 2013 Reviews 0 ★★½

I wanted to enjoy this book a lot more than I did. The premise sounded really interesting, and for some part, it was. But a few things about this book didn’t do it for me. Wild At Heart bills itself as a romantic comedy, and there were some funny parts… Read more »