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Foolish Hearts: Gay Romance
The Romance Reviews reviews
I loved Nathan Burgoine's Struck, which was a beautiful tale of destiny, magic and the unexplainable. I mean a cute blond man called Lightening Todd telling you...
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Foolish Hearts: Gay Romance
3 Chicks After Dark reviews
Struck by ‘Nathan Burgoine - Absolutely didn’t want this story to end! Such great writing and characters, we could totally relate to Chris in just a couple...
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The Montreal Review of Books reviews
Lavorato’s pacing is excellent and his characters deftly wrought (of a future suffragette, he writes: “[she] wasn’t exactly sure how one formed an opinion, though...
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Silence of the Wolf
Debbie's Book Bag reviews
Terry Spear takes readers back to Silver Town in the thirteenth book in the Heart of the Wolf series. Readers of the series will love this very original...
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The Rabbit and the Raven
Novels on the Run, Australia reviews
Tynan Tierney is a most excellent villain. One minute I was almost sympathizing with him, then the next I understood why he was the villain of this story. I think...
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The Rabbit and the Raven
Tome Tender reviews
Melissa Eskue Ousley’s second book in The Solas Beir Trilogy, The Rabbit and the Raven has ramped up the conflict, raised the stakes and increased the peril to the...
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Cougar's Mate
Lost in Books reviews
The cover is awesome and sexy :) It is what attracted me to the excerpt up on Wattpad & of course that it is Terry Spear. I have read most of the Heart of...
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Silence of the Wolf
Long and Short Reviews reviews
Silence of the Wolf kept my interest by making sure I was confounded, intrigued and fascinated. Were the bad guys really bad or were they coerced? Who can the...
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Silence of the Wolf
What's on the Bookshelf reviews
I'm pretty sure I've said it before, but it bears repeating, Terry Spear can write some hella good wolves. And jaguars. And she's got a new cougar out that I'm...
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Cougar's Mate
Romance Junkies reviews
An action-packed tale, COUGAR’S MATE, the first book in author Terry Spear’s HEART OF THE COUGAR series, is an exciting, suspense-filled contemporary romantic...
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Monterey County Weekly reviews
Drugs, sex and rock ‘n’ roll – it seemed like such a good idea at the time, at least to some of us. But like most slogans (with the possible exception of giving...
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Front page of book reviews
"Michael Anthony's candid narrative of his service in Iraq is far removed from the glamorized picture of military life that has become a staple of our mass media....
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BOOKLIST reviews
"The revolution is a complicated and multifaceted event, and, in some ways, Hellmann’s story of tragic love oversimplifies it; yet she does take care to ensure...
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New Slain Knight
Kirkus Reviews reviews
A summer holiday in glorious Cornwall turns into a ghost-plagued nightmare. Talented musician Ringan Laine and his theatrical producer and longtime lover Penny...
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Sugar Zone
Huff Post Books reviews
It is difficult to resist the temptation to compare, if not the style of poems, then simply the location of Mary Mackey's Sugar Zone to Elizabeth Bishop's series,...
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Finding Mr Right: The Real Woman's Guide to Landing That Man by Annie Harrison
The Sunday Times reviews
I’m 47, single since I was 34, and beyond sick of it. My longest relationship lasted for just over a year, on and off, and the others were what you might call “...
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The Sandcastle Girls
The Associated Press reviews
“It takes a talented novelist to combine fully ripened characters, an engrossing storyline, exquisite prose and set it against a horrific historical backdrop — in...
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Best Evidence
Amazon.Com Editor's Picks reviews
  In Best Evidence, Michael Schmicker assembles scientific documentation for experiences that many readers intuitively believe are real, despite mainstream...
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Diary of a Witness
Booklist reviews
Ernie knows the rules of survival in his high school: never look the bullies in the eye, and don’t look behind you. Ernie, who tips the scales at 242 pounds, and...
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"Beatrice's Mirror," by Melissa Morphew
http://www.chapter16.org/ reviews
"Marilyn Kallet’s new collection of wry, mostly romantic poems, The Love That Moves Me, takes its title from a line in Dante: “Amor mi mosse, che mi fa parlare...
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