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Review of “The Rosie Effect” by Graeme Simsion

Posted: January 2, 2015 by BA Dillon in Uncategorized

Adding to my reading list!

BOOK REVIEW: Sleepless Nights by Elizabeth Hardwick

Posted: December 10, 2014 by BA Dillon in Uncategorized

‘Difficult Husbands’ by Mary de Laszlo

Posted: December 10, 2014 by BA Dillon in Uncategorized

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dh mdlSTORY: Difficult Husbands – In sickness and in health, for better but definitely not for worse…

Newly divorced Lorna is struggling to adjust to life on her own. When she discovers that her beloved godfather has left her the grand (and crumbling) Ravenscourt House in the heart of Sussex, she soon has a project on her hands.

Nathan sells delicious goodies at Mulberry Farm. When he meets Lorna at a Christmas market, neither of them can ignore the chemistry. But as they get to know one another, Lorna wants to know one thing – is he after her or the house?

Together with Gloria – whose marriage to alcoholic Adrian has hit rock bottom, and Rosalind – struggling to deal with her womanizing husband Ivan, the three friends hatch a plan. They’ll ditch their difficult husbands at Ravenscourt House and enjoy stress-free Christmases with their families. But nothing is ever…

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Ripped By Katy Evans

Posted: December 1, 2014 by BA Dillon in Uncategorized



Every woman wants me–except the one I sing for.
Seattle shakes with anticipation: they call it the concert of the year. They say girls are getting pregnant just thinking about my band being in town.
But when you love a girl, you don’t leave her with nothing but a ring and a promise. Any man with half a brain should know.
So what did I expect my girl would do when she saw me again?
Well, for starters, she loathes our music. Particularly the song I wrote about her.
When I sing it, the stadium is in an uproar. Thousands of fans scream my name like I’m a god–but yeah, not her. Crystal clear: the girl’s not happy to see me.
Black hair, black boots, a bad attitude, that’s her — Pandora Stone is a freaking man-eater and she’s out for my blood.
That’s alright.
Let her come at me…

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‘After Forever’ by Julie Johnstone

Posted: December 1, 2014 by BA Dillon in Uncategorized

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af jjSTORY: A year after her husband’s tragic death, all Lady Julianna Barrows wants is to be left alone and forget that most of her heart went with him when he passed. Instead, she finds herself the subject of many a matchmaking scheme and lurid offer to ease her widowhood, as well as save her fading fortune. Desperate to avoid having to remarry, she takes on a position as a tutor, only to discover that the man she’s helping unexpectedly stirs her heart and passion.

Nash Wolverton boxed his way out of the London slums and into immense wealth, but he couldn’t care less about Society’s approval. Except he has his by-blow daughter’s future to consider. To ensure her acceptance into Society, he’ll endure anything―including procuring a tutor to transform him into a gentleman so he can secure a suitable, boring wife.

Yet what he wants changes the moment he hires…

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Broken Course by Aly Martinez Release and Giveaway!

Posted: December 1, 2014 by BA Dillon in Uncategorized

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Title: Broken Course (Wrecked and Ruined, #3)

Author: Aly Martinez

Release Date: November 10, 2014

Genre: Contemporary Romance



Seven years ago, my life changed forever. One accident and the person I saw in the mirror no longer resembled the woman I used to be. I was lost and confused inside my own body. I felt alone and disconnected from the world, carrying the incredible weight of guilt and loss that wasn’t even mine to harbor.

Then fate led me to Leo James. He taught me that crazy could be perfectly normal and it shouldn’t hurt to breathe. Don’t get me wrong. Leo isn’t perfect. He has his own cross to bear, and the truth is, that might be why I fell for him in the first place. But despite everything he does for me, learning to forgive myself is infinitely harder than overlooking the flaws of another.

Now, the…

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Lovers at Heart by Melissa Foster

Posted: December 1, 2014 by BA Dillon in Uncategorized

Sounds like an interesting read…
Putting this one on our “to be read” list

breathe with meReviewed by Lizzie McDee



Some might think that SEVEN installments of a series might be just too much, but this reader believes Breathe With Me might just be the best of the bunch. OR it dredged up a whole lot of memories from my own high school romance! At the heart of it all, these books are beautiful romantic tales that never disappoint. This is Mark and Meredith’s story which is all about second chance romance. In truth, they never fell out of love, but allowed “life” and “choices” to interfere with what was truly in their hearts. The prologue surprised me – my heart broke for “M and M” from the very beginning, and I found myself rooting for them throughout the entire book. The previous installments led readers to believe Mark was a playboy – never ready to settle down. We didn’t know he had been nursing his broken heart since high school, and that no other woman could take Meredith’s place in his heart. What I loved was how much Mark fought to win her back right from the start. Proby once again gives readers a dialogue-drive story (my favorite) full of interesting, romantic, and hilarious conversations. As always, Kristen weaves a tale that includes the entire Montgomery clan that we’ve grown to love, and allows the reader a glimpse into the lives of each couple. I believe supporting characters give so much depth to the principal parts, and are needed help move the storyline along. Mark’s relationship with Luke, Natalie and Sam once again breathes life into his character. Mark loves, looks for advice and even argues with his siblings – making him a believable character. The addition of Jax, Meredith’s BFF, was an interesting side story. Glad he also found the love of his life, too! Finally, I think Kristen Proby adds just enough humor into her stories to keep them light and entertaining. The Vegas scenes are hysterical. I can picture all of the Montgomery/Williams women having one hell of party in Vegas, and felt like I had been invited as well! I can’t wait for the eighth installment, but am sad to see this series come to an end. Kristen, I beg of you, please continue to give your readers little snippets into the Montgomery/Williams clan on your blog. I’ve loved all the EXTRAS you’ve already written especially for Meg and Will. Why not something sweet for the Montgomery or Williams parents, or another novella for Isaac and Stacy? Just trying to hang on to my FAVORITE family!!