Hell Without You by Ranae Rose

Clementine did what she thought she had to do in order to protect the young man she loved. Forced to make a choice between breaking both their hearts and leaving or staying and ruining Donovan’s life – she decided to leave. Broken hearted and with nothing keeping him, Donovan joined the Marines. Though, he never forgot Clementine, and he never stopped loving her.

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Domino Effect by Jill Elaine Hughes

I think I am being a little generous with a three star review on this one – but only because the next book has potential. Ellora’s Cave publishes erotic literature – I knew what I was getting into – sort of.

Nancy Delaney is white bread with the crust cut off. She works hard, she studies hard – but she does not fuck hard.

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Dark Surrender by Erica Ridley

I haven’t read a historical romance novel in a long time. I got into them a while back and burned myself out by reading them all the time. When I moved on to a different genre, it was because I thought I had read them all – you know… Lord of the Manor is forced into marriage to some dotty backwoods lass – only she is not as dotty as she seems and she ends up causing some epic battle between the Lord and some other dude because she was a twit and brought about a war, etc. Well this is not that story. It is far from that story, and I can’t express how happy I was to find that out.

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Agnes and the Hitman by Jennifer Crusie & Bob Mayer

Shane is the strong silent type – he’s about action and loyalty. So when his uncle Joey, “The Gent,” calls him back to protect “Little Agnes,” Shane is there, expecting to find some kid – lo and behold, he finds a cranky food columnist that has somehow found herself in the middle of a deadly Mob/Government conspiracy.

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