Genre Writing: Romance

As one of the most popular genres published, authors writing romance must ensure that their work is rich, detailed, and…

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Red Havoc Guardian (Red Havoc Panthers Book 4), TS Joyce – Review

Greyson is a panther and the lowest member of the Red Havoc Crew, by choice. Seeing the other crew members…

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Rogue River Novellas, Kendra Elliot and Melinda Leigh – Review

This series includes On Her Father’s Grave, Gone to Her Grave, Her Grave Secrets and Walking on Her Grave. They…

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Sweet Tomorrows: A Rose Harbor Novel, Debbie Macomber: Review

This is book 5, and final volume of the Rose Harbor series. Jo Marie has been a widow for 4…

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Wolves of Winter’s Edge Series (Gentry, Roman, Asher), T.S. Joyce: Review

Gentry, Roman and Asher are rogue wolves of mixed heritage and a history of brotherly hate. Their father favored Gentry…

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Christmas Bear Brothers Complete Box Set, Harmony Raines: Review

A crucial indicator of my really liking a book is that I want to read more by that author. A…

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The Mail Order Bride and the Chocolatier Book 4, Lucille Chisum: Review

Books 1-3 in this series introduced readers to husbands Dominic, Luigi and Isidore and their wives, sisters Noreen, Doris and…

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Trust, Doubt, and a New Beginning, Indiana Wake: Review

Another mail order bride book this week, one by Indiana Wake. A murder takes place in Philadelphia and the victim’s…

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A Christmas Bride for Cowboy Samuel, Jenny Creek Tanner: Review

Another first for Under the Quilt Book Blog – mail order bride books! For some reason, I hadn’t come across…

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The Bear is Back in Town, Harmony Raines: Review

Dylan left Bear Bluff 10 years ago after a terrible accident and is returning for a short visit. Stephanie has had…

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