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Book Spotlight: Reforming the Playboy by Inara Scott

About The Book


Five years ago, she left without a word…

Internationally-renowned artist Max Estin is as well known for his million dollar commissions as he is his partying and clubbing. But Max is hiding a secret—for almost a year he’s been completely blocked. Unable to paint. And to unlock his art, and save his career, he’s going to need the one woman he never wanted to see again.

Now, he’s determined to make her pay…

Kira Estin never told Max exactly why she left, or what secrets forced her to return home to Passion Creek so abruptly. So when a chance reunion turns to seduction, Kira is more than a little suspicious. She knows better than to trust Max, but can’t fight the fire that he lights in her body—or her heart. But when everyone is hiding a secret, can even the hottest passion survive?



 About Inara Scott

Inara Scott

Bestselling author Inara Scott grew up on a steady diet of true love, heaving bosoms, and happily ever after. Romance inspired her first novel, penned at the age of 14, titled A Wild and Stormy Passion. Today, Inara writes anything and everything, including young adult fiction and adult romance. Inara loves to hear from readers, and can often be found avoiding actual work by playing on Twitter (@inarascott) and Facebook (


Book Reviews

Book Review: Body Language by Dahlia Salvatore

Body Language

Body Language

Dahlia Salvatore

Publication Date: January 14, 2014

4 Stars=Great Page Turner

A woman in silence is presented in Body Language by Dahlia Salvatore. Carmen Andrews stops speaking after being tortured by a psychopath. Carmen moves to another town and takes up dancing while seeing a therapist. Carmen is transferred to a speech therapist who tries to help her speak again.

Jacob Weller is a newly graduated speech therapist who receives a new patient. When Jacob meets Carmen he is sure he can help her and get past his attraction for her. Jacob is going through his own turmoil, which causes him to stray from his professional calling.

What I Did Not Like: It took me longer to get into the characters but the story picked up catching my attention.

What I Did Like: I appreciated Jacob and Carmen’s characters evolving, which kept my attention. This book had a hint of mystery that will keep readers interested. I recommend Body Language to others.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes.

Reviewed by Teresa Beasley

Book Features

A Bandit’s Betrayed Heart by Michelle McLean

About The Book


Not your typical Southern belle…

Lucy Richardson’s bandit sisters may have taught her to sling a gun and pick a stubborn lock, but nothing prepared her for the agony of her first heartbreak. Her sisters taught her to fight like hell for what she wants… and she wants Finn.

Not your proper Southern gentleman…

Finn Taggart is bad news. His dark and tortured past always catches up to him, and Lucy deserves better than to be tainted by his touch. He couldn’t have her years ago, and he can’t have her now, no matter how enticing she is. If only he can convince her of that before the danger that follows him brings them both down.

Not your classic love story…

Danger doesn’t exactly scare a girl like Lucy, and she knows how to use all kinds of weapons… including her feminine wiles. Finn doesn’t stand a chance. And if they need backup… the Blood Blade Sisters are never far away…




About Michelle McLean



Romance and non-fiction author Michelle McLean spent 98% of her formative years with her nose in a book indulging in her love of reading and research. She has a B.S. in History, a M.A. in English, insane eclectic tastes, and tends to be a bit of an organized mess with an insatiable love of books.

When Michelle’s not editing, reading or chasing her kids around, she can usually be found in a quiet corner working on her next book. She resides in PA with her husband and two children, an insanely hyper dog, and two very spoiled cats.


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Book Spotlight: Beyond the Precipice by Eva Blaskovic

About The Book
Beyond The Precipice
For six years Bret Killeen is trapped by the wishes of his dead father, blackmailed by his brother, and rejected by his uncle. Meanwhile, he watches his mother descend into the depths of poverty.
As Bret wrestles with guilt over the death of his father, he is helped by Nicole, a young cello player with big dreams. She stirs the embers of his longing both for music and for her — and ignites a fire he can’t extinguish.
But can he brave his past in order to seize his future?
About The Author
Eva Blaskovic
Eva Blaskovic was born in the Czech Republic, grew up in Ontario, Canada, and moved to Alberta in 1988, where she raised four children. Eva has worked in science labs and has taught literacy, writing, math, and science. She is both an accomplished writer and editor of non-fiction articles on business, education, how-to, parenting, and travel. She is also an author of short fiction. Beyond the Precipice is Eva Blaskovic’s first full length novel, but it has already received rave reviews from literary professionals and aficionados the world over. When Eva hasn’t buried herself in writing or editing, she may be found taking her teenagers to Taekwondo, exploring the Farmers’ Market, listening to Celtic music, or sipping a latte.
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