Guest Review: At Your Service by Sandra Antonelli

B+ At Your Service by Sandra Antonelli September 13, 2018 Contemporary RomanceMystery/ThrillerRomance This guest review is by Catherine Heloise. Previously, Catherine ranted about Shakespearean rockstars and loved Chase Me by Laura Florand. She has a food blog called Cate’s Cates, where she creates allergy-friendly treats, and she also runs the Stories Under Paris website, where she

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Cover Snark: Horse Whisperer

It’s Monday, which is the perfect day for Cover Snark! From Deborah: I feel as if the horse is giving me a “don’t judge us” look, but…I’m judging. Oh, boy, am I judging. Sarah: That horse looks like it would very much like some assistance, or at least an alternate breathing location that doesn’t include

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Julia Quinn, Gay Romance, & More

Wrong Bed, Right Roommate Wrong Bed, Right Roommate by Rebecca Brooks is 99c! Elyse mentioned this one in January 2019’s Hide Your Wallet, and I appreciate the hero cover model’s chest hair. Readers found this to be a cute, sexy romance, but there were some reviews that mention being divided on the hero. It’s not every

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A Palestinian in Israeli Military Court: Issa Amro, the Judge, & Me

With the occupation largely hidden from view, many Israelis bemoan—in good faith, I believe—the lack of a “partner for peace” on the Palestinian side. Held captive by their politicians’ rhetoric and their own reasonable fears about security, what they don’t see is how deeply Israel’s military apparatus is invested in suppressing the very development of

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Big Talkers

The Literary Club, known simply as “The Club,” was established in early 1764 after the portrait painter Joshua Reynolds became worried about his friend Samuel Johnson, who was sinking into a black depression. An old Oxford friend, William Adams, had visited Johnson the previous autumn and “found him in a deplorable state, sighing, groaning, talking

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