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I remember Sundays at the Harbour Bar Drinking cider wishing on a cheap guitar Playing songs from the sixties and the seventies Fleetwood Mac, the Eagles and the Bee Gees And we would dazzle and dance under the moonlight Love up the bar and drink until the moonlight You were all rebels, you were all […]

Some Kind of Wonderful (Puffin Island #2) by @sarahmorgan_

Her whole life, Puffin Islander Brittany Forrest has dreamed of adventure. And at the age of eighteen, she thought she’d found it in bad boy Zachary Flynn. But after just ten tempestuous, smoldering days, their whirlwind marriage went up in smoke, and Brittany resolved to put him out of her mind forever. Zach knows he […]

Irresistibly Yours (Oxford #1) by @_LaurenLayne

Hotshot sports editor Cole Sharpe has been freelancing for Oxford for years, so when he hears about a staff position opening up, he figures he’s got the inside track. Then his boss drops a bombshell: Cole has competition. Female competition, in the form of a fresh-faced tomboy who can hang with the dudes—and write circles […]

Devoted in Death (In Death, #41) by J.D. Robb

When Lieutenant Eve Dallas examines a body in a downtown Manhattan alleyway, the victim’s injuries are so extensive that she almost misses the clue. Carved into the skin is the shape of a heart—and initials inside reading E and D . . . Ella-Loo and her boyfriend, Darryl, had been separated while Darryl was a […]

Q & A with … @AmyAndrewsbooks

Today I am delighted to be hosting a Q&A with Amy Andrews in honour of her new release ‘The Colonel’s Daughter’, brought to you by Entangled Publishing. Q.  Apart from Simon/CJ (who are my favourite TWW couple!), what else gave you the idea for ‘The Colonel’s Daughter’? A. Oh Simon/CJ. Sigh… loved them so hard! […]

Frisk Me by @_LaurenLayne

“All right,” he said, clearing his throat. “Let’s start with the basics. How long are we going to pretend that we don’t want to be in bed right now? Or against the wall? Or on a kitchen counter?” She gave a strangled laugh. “Clearly you don’t understand the art of interviewing. It’s all about finesse.” […]