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Unfaded Glory by Sara Arden: Review

Unfaded Glory by Sara Arden: Review

February 23, 2015 Reviews 0 ★★★★

There is something wonderful about a story where you see the power of hope, love, and human strength shine through, in spite of some pretty solid darkness. I was lucky enough to find that in Sara Arden’s first Home to Glory novel, Return to Glory, and I am happy to say… Read more »


Return to Glory by Sara Arden: Review

Return to Glory by Sara Arden: Review

September 17, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

I haven’t reviewed much of late, as my real world unfortunately had to take precedence for a little while. However, now I am back on track and raring to go. My first review for today is Return to Glory, a great new contemporary romance from Sara Arden (who also writes as… Read more »


Fanning the Flames by Victoria Dahl: Review

Fanning the Flames by Victoria Dahl: Review

August 29, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★★

My review of Fanning the Flames was originally posted on the Naughty Ninjas website. Thanks to the ladies for allowing me to repost the review here. Oooh, now I do love me some silver-fox action. My ninjas know this, and there has been provision of said mature protagonists from them. However,… Read more »


The Marriage Pact by Linda Lael Miller: Review

The Marriage Pact by Linda Lael Miller: Review

July 28, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

There is just something about the way Linda Lael Miller writes about cowboys wearing Stetsons and a well-worn pair of Wranglers that says, “Roz, pick me up and read me!”. This review was originally posted on my Goodreads page on Friday 25 July. Here are my thoughts on The Marriage Pact: I’ve… Read more »


Hard Knocks by Lori Foster: Review

Hard Knocks by Lori Foster: Review

July 28, 2014 Reviews 0 ★★★★

This review was originally posted on my Goodreads page on Friday 25 July. Hard Knocks is the prequel novella for Lori Foster’s new MMA-centred series. The first full-length novel, No Limits is to be released at the end of August. Here is what I thought of Hard Knocks: I really enjoyed… Read more »