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Guests / March 14, 2010

Jaded Gentlemen #1 March 2010On Sale: March 2, 2010Featuring: Haley Moreland; Galen Hawke336 pages ISBN: 0425233375EAN: 9780425233375Paperback$7.99 Romance Historical Buy at Revenge Wears Rubiesby Renee Bernard Vengeance doesn’t always turn out the way you planned Vengeance doesn’t always turn out the way you planned. First in a sexy new series of erotic passion set in Victorian London Galen Hawke desires nothing but revenge against the woman who betrayed his dearly departed friend. Instead of mourning the loss of her fiancé, Miss Haley Moreland is merrily celebrating her upcoming nuptials to another man. Now, Galen has one mission: to seduce Miss Moreland and enslave her heart. And when she is completely his, he will destroy her. The journey is long for an emotionally crippled man to finally discover the ability to love. Excerpt Bengal, 1857 They’d just been voices in the dark to each other in the first few days. The familiarity of English accents and the simple relief at not being alone were stark comforts none of them had ever experienced. In an ancient pitch-black oubliette, unsure of their ultimate fate, they’d observed the rituals of introduction and exchanged names and shaken hands as if they were in the…

Guests / March 14, 2010

This week I got news I wasn’t expecting and have spent a lot of time crying over it. I know that as the next few weeks and months go by I’m going to be doing a lot more crying, so I thought what a perfect time to read a book that makes me cry, because I can just blame my news on why I’m crying, and my husband and sons won’t poke fun of me for crying over a book. On the other hand i’m also going to need to find things to laugh about, and I know there are books out there with the humor I’m looking for. I read and cried over The You I Never Knew by Susan Wiggs, Cloud Nine by Luanne Rice, and The Things We Do For Love by Kristin Hannah just to name a few. I read and laughed over Big Girls Don’t by Cathie Linz, Bet Me by Jennifer Cruise, and True Confessions by Rachel Gibson again to just name a few. So, which do you prefer….to laugh while reading or a good tear jerker? Does it depend on your mood? What recommendations do you have for me and others this week?…