New Release: Seeking Mr. Wrong by Natalie Charles

SEEKING MR. WRONG
Natalie Charles
February 13, 2017
Pocket Star EBook
9781501164545
$1.99
Romance

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Charles (The Coffee Girl) offers up a delightful and entertaining romance with some spice on the side.”
—Library Journal

 

Review:

“Un-put-downable!” ~ Ashia

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Review and Exclusive Interview: Edge of Yesterday by Sue-Ellen Welfonder and Tarah Scott

Review

“I really enjoyed the mystery and character interactions, which were quite entertaining” ~ Gabrielle Sally

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Interview

Check out this exclusive interview with Sue-Ellen Welfonder and Tarah Scott!

From USA Today & Internationally Bestselling Authors
Sue-Ellen Welfonder and Tarah Scott

In a place beyond rules,
daring is power,
and love is the greatest threat of all…

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Guest Post by Tabetha Waite, Author of Why the Earl is After the Girl

A missing heirloom. A stolen inheritance.
Can love conquer mistrust?

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WHY THE EARL IS AFTER THE GIRL
Tabetha Waite

Genre: Historical Romance
Series: Ways of Love, Book 1
Publisher: Etopia Press
Publication Date: July 14, 2016

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Sometimes love finds a way…

Miss Athena Hawthorne certainly hadn’t been looking for romance on that rainy day in London when her very existence crumbled before her. When she feels that life couldn’t get any worse, she stumbles into the very man that has the power to turn her unfortunate circumstances around.

When you least expect it…

Orion Ashcroft, the Earl of Rockford, offers Athena the chance to gain her vengeance by granting her a respectable position as a governess. What she doesn’t know is that he is plotting his own revenge against her. He believes that she is responsible for the theft of a priceless, family heirloom and he is determined to see it restored – no matter the cost.

GUEST POST

We’d like to welcome Tabetha Waite to The Romance Reviews, as she tells us her interesting research findings in the course of writing this book.

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