Tag: romance

Books in a Row

How to Read More, Watch TV Less

A lot of us busy bees want to read more. If you’re a book lover, it’s always one of your goals. We have stacks of books on the nightstand, waiting to be devoured. We have “to-read” lists on Goodreads that scroll for days. I even keep a mental list of books that friends have mentioned […]


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The Prince of Knocknafay

‘Travers McCraken The Prince of Knocknafay’ Review

The tagline for this first novel by author Bret Bouriseau is “A Very Grown-Up Bedtime Story” isn’t quite accurate. Oh sure, there are the steamily written intimate scenes, and the occasional bawdy joke, but the “grown-up” part may make some people think it’s something that it’s not. It would be more precise to say “A […]


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Burned books

How to Abandon Books without Feeling Guilty

You don’t have to feel guilty. It’s okay to abandon books. There were times when I still operated under the same rules and guidelines I had in childhood, like never quitting something once you’ve made a promise, or completing a task no matter what. It wasn’t until I was in my 30s that I realized […]


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We Rank Highlander Romance Authors

I’ve discovered a great category of books for romance lovers: Highlander romance. Romance novels aren’t considered real literature, despite the fact that, according to a recent article in Entertainment Weekly, it’s the second biggest genre in fiction, selling over $1 billion annually. Part of the reason romance novels are scoffed at is because there are […]


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Infographic - Ranking Highland Romance Authors

Infographic: Ranking Highlander Romance Authors

This infographic ranks authors who write Highlander romance novels, based on ratings from readers at Goodreads. See the full introduction and explanation in the first part of this article.   Honorable mentions goes to Michele Sinclair, McTiernay Brothers series, 4.04 Mary Wine, Highlander series, 3.98 Karen Ranney, The Highland Lords, 3.84 Amanda Scott, Scottish Knights trilogy, 3.78 Thanks for reading! […]


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Fury of Desire

‘Dragonfury’ Series Review

I can’t stop reading the Dragonfury series. I’ve read all of the books in the series, but after I finished Fury of Desire, by Coreene Callahan, I had to go back to a few of my favorite scenes. After that, I went back to Fury of Seduction and re-read my favorite scenes from that installment. I can’t seem to leave […]


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