Danger in a Small Town: Confessing to the Cowboy

Confessing to the Cowboy is a 2013 Harlequin Romantic Suspense by Carla Cassidy. Given the random nature of my romance book purchases, I'm surprised this is my third title from Cassidy. I've previously read Just Joe and Cowboy with a Cause - the latter from the same Cowboy Cafe series. That was number three, and …

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The Playboy’s Proposal

The Playboy's Proposal, by Ashlee Mallory, is a 2016 publication from Entangled, a romance publisher. Benny, a doctor, has recently finished her residency, and celebrated by moving into a new high-rise condo. Unfortunately her neighbour, Harry, has a reputation as a local playboy, and often has loud, late parties. He also parks in her spot. …

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Almost a Family

Donna Alward's Almost a Family is a self-published romance from 2014. I'm a fan of Alward, and the gentle mix of realism and fantasy in her books. This one did not disappoint, though it sailed dangerously close to cliché a few times. Molly and Jason were high school sweethearts, and lovers through university, but when …

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Lord of the Privateers

Stephanie Laurens' Lord of the Privateers is a 2016 Harlequin from their Mira Books imprint. Mira appears to be a premium line for established authors. Although the web address (www.mirabooks.com) redirects to Harlequin, the book does not mention that it is a Harlequin. This particular story is a historical romance, but I've got another Mira …

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