Tag: Meghan March

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L-L-L-Little Reviews:  7 Adult Romances

L-L-L-Little Reviews: 7 Adult Romances

Okay, trying really hard to get all my reviews done for 2018 before it is 2019, so I’ve got a bunch to do today!  But after this one, and then a YA or two, I’ll be done!  Here we go. Pucked Off (Pucked #5) by Helena Hunting: Release Date: February 21st, 2017 Genre:  Adult Sports… Read more »

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Eight Audiobook Mini-Reviews

Eight Audiobook Mini-Reviews

Okay, with this post I’m going to wrap up my last reviews for books I read/listened to in 2017. Every review after today will be for a book I read in 2018.  Man does it feel good to be caught up! The first three audiobooks are all from the same series, the Beautiful Bastard series… Read more »

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Top Ten Tuesday:  10 New To Me Authors in 2017

Top Ten Tuesday: 10 New To Me Authors in 2017

Top Ten Tuesday is sponsored by The Broke and The Bookish. This is fun to look back and see what authors I read for the first time in 2017, even if they weren’t brand new debut authors.  It’s really fun because I love seeing how some of those authors are now favorites that I can’t imagine… Read more »

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Six Contemporary Romance Audiobook Mini-Reviews

Six Contemporary Romance Audiobook Mini-Reviews

Ah!  I meant to post these last Tuesday but got behind.  And just to make it a little easier as I post about each one below, all of them were borrowed digitally from my local library.  So here you go! Last Call (Cocktail Series #4.5) by Alice Clayton: Published:  January 6th, 2015 My rating:  5… Read more »

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New Cover Reveal and Free E-book:  Beneath this Mask (Beneath #1) by Meghan March

New Cover Reveal and Free E-book: Beneath this Mask (Beneath #1) by Meghan March

Book info: Title:  Beneath this Mask   Author:  Meghan March Series:  Beneath #1   Genre:  Adult contemporary romance Published:  September 4th, 2014 My rating:  4 stars Synopsis: He loves me, and he doesn’t even know my real name. The limelight that follows him could expose everything I’m hiding. But even knowing the risks, I can’t force… Read more »

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