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BMB Reviews … Family Sins by Sharon Sala

Sharon Sala’s Family Sins chronicles the story of Leigh Youngblood, who disobeyed her money-centric depraved family’s wishes to marry below her ultra rich status. Her father vowed to make her husband pay for her disobedience, but Leigh and Stanton ...
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BMB Reviews … Darkness by Karen Robards

Darkness conveys the story of a woman, Gina, who witnesses a horrific accident, jarring memories of a similar tragedy she experienced in her past. Determined to change the outcome this time, she rescues a stranger – Cal, a handsome man ...
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BMB Reviews … With Every Breath by Maya Banks

With Every Breath is an intense emotional joy ride of two headstrong individuals fiercely devoted to giving their lives for the ones they love, but fostering a contentious relationship with each other fueled by their underlying attraction and love ...
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BMB Reviews … Insidious by Catherine Coulter

Insidious is the 20th book in Catherine Coulter's FBI Thriller Series and tackles the common two case arcs of FBI thrillers prevalent in these types of books today. One set of married agents embarks on a game of "Clue" ...
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BMB Reviews … Sting by Sandra Brown

I’m perched on the fence, casually swinging one leg on the side of “love it” and the other on the side of “it was ok” about Sandra Brown’s latest book. The plot and action sequences will certainly delight fans ...
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BMB Reviews … A Sinful Calling by Kimberla Lawson Roby

The latest book in the Reverend Curtis Black Series, number 13, was quite a treat to read. This was my first foray into reading a book in Lawson Roby’s most popular series and I was not disappointed. Even though ...
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BMB Reviews … Night and Day by Iris Johansen

After hearing amazing things about Iris Johansen and her Eve Duncan series, I realized I needed to see what all the hype was about. Instead of starting with book one of the series, for better or worse, I chose ...
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BMB Reviews … The Sisters of Versailles by Sally Christie

A delightful escape from today’s social norms and dynamics of love, the Sisters of Versailles provides a glimpse back to the time of royals of the 18th century where status reigns supreme and there is a protocol for acceptable ...
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BMB Reviews … Falling by E.K. Blair

This is the third book in E.K. Blair’s The Fading Series and I read it without having read the first two books. I found the book did well as a stand-alone novel and did not feel deprived by not ...
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BMB Reviews … I Almost Forgot About You by Terry McMillan

The book focuses on Georgia, a woman in her mid-fifties going through a three-quarter-life crisis of sorts, disgruntled with her professional and personal life. The story captures her journey of rediscovering herself and her dreams. However, the journey stalls ...
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BMB Reviews … She Can Kill by Melinda Leigh

A former hitman trying to escape his previous life of crime and a woman recently divorced from her abusive husband are both being hunted by people from their pasts. In the midst of it all, they can’t deny the growing ...
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BMB Reviews … The Obsession by Nora Roberts

In the romantic suspense genre, the serial killer is a common trope that easily captures the attention of readers and sucks them into a world that most of us, thank God, have never actually experienced in real life. While ...
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BMB Reviews … Becoming Marta by Lorea Canales

A glimpse into the social elite of Mexico's ultra rich, Lorea Canales weaves a haphazard story that meanders through the past and the present simultaneously to define its central character primarily through her absence from the lives of those ...
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BMB Reviews … Flawless Mistake by Rachel Woods

Deeply flawed and complex characters dominate this debut novella of Rachel Woods. The story conveys three main characters, each with their own demons that drive the actions they take in situations. Woods craftily creates characters that are various shades ...
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BMB Reviews … Year of Yes by Shonda Rhimes

I must begin this review with full disclosure that I do not watch the night of television owned by Shonda Rhimes: TGIT on ABC. Of the shows she has created and/or produced, I’ve only watched one – ...
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