• Review: Dance of the Cedar Cat 13,000 Words

    A nice little read. The story starts with Sussie having more questions than answers as she tries to make sense of things her Grandmother taught her, her dreams, and what about this new doctor in town? With her faithful cat Cleo at her side, Sussie tries...

  • Review: Free Falling

    ooh-ing over how kick-ass Rainie is and sighing rapturously over her relationship with Roc, her husband, this book definitely sped by. I was halfway through before I even realized it. Rainie is definitely my sort of girl; she's able to take care of herself...

  • Review: A Highlander for Christmas

    It may be past the Christmas Season but that is no reason to pass on this delightful and sexy romp of a story. Well defined characters along with an engaging time-travel plot combine to create a delightful reading experience. Some expected turns, more...

  • Review: The Songbird of Rushen Abbey The Hearts of Ellan Vannin Trilogy - Book 1

    The trilogy begins in 1441 as Magnus; King of Isle Mann died leaving two sons Alban 12, and Godfrey 8. Then 17 years later, Alban is sitting judge against his wife of 12 years Eugenia, accused of adultery and treason which she confessed to. She's banished...

  • Review: Tales from the Treasure Trove, IV A Jewels of the Quill Anthology

    What do a love story, paranormal romance, romantic horror, suspense, romantic historical/American West, paranormal/science fiction, and humorous romantic mystery have in common? They're all here in the newest gem of a collection from the authors of The...

  • Review: A Kind of Magic Shields #2

    There is nothing so funny as two of the Shields trying to cope in contemporary Texas. Between the scantiness of the swimwear on the women, the heat, and a lack of convenient horses it's almost more than they can bear. On top of these challenges, they...

  • Review: A Dark Guardian Shields #1

    Having read the last book in this series first did not detract in the least from the story. Ms. Grant once again gives us strong characters and vivid imagery along with a captivating tale to keep the reader entranced from the first paragraph. This tale...

  • Review: Personal Demon Hope & Lucas

    Hope goes undercover into a gang that's supposedly attempting to take over the Cortez Cabal. A Cabal is something like a corporation owned and staffed by super naturals with unique demon/paranormal skills. Hopes special gift, Exustio, is sensing chaos...

  • Review: Sex & the Immortal Bad Boy Immortally Sexy Series, #4

    Paige Darlington is a want to be Rivka even though she was free from Satan. But Satan wasn't ready to let her go, so he put a curse on her. The curser he put on her made her touch deadly to anyone who is not totally evil. All of her friends are not safe...

  • Review: Bonbons and Truffles

    Melody Sweet was a lonely, single girl who owned her own chocolate shop in the town of Paulsbo, Washington. Valentine's Day was fast approaching and business would definitely be picking up. Years prior she always handled the shop alone, but this year...

  • Review: Mandi's Lucky Day

    Mandi Carleton was upset over the loss of one of her emerald earrings that her Aunt Lucille had left her. After Mandi had left the board meeting she realized that one of them was missing and it just devastated her. She retraced her steps and to no avail...

  • Review: The Truth About Daydreams 14 Page Sweet

    Lexi Harper returned to her hometown of Fodders Creek, West Virginia after graduating from college to attend the Malloy's annual cookout. She couldn't wait to go back to run into her all time crush, Brad Malloy, who was Sammy's older brother. Sammy was...

  • Review: Meet Your Mate Available In Print March 2008

    Brielle Chapman works undercover as needed for her uncle's agency. She balks when he talks her into becoming a contestant on a reality television show called, "Meet Your Mate", painfully remembering her near failure on a similar assignment not long ago....

  • Review: Untamed Medieval Series, #1

    "I will never give you sons..." or so Lady Margaret thinks of the man who is now her husband and the Lord of the keep she holds dear. Margaret (Meg) is from a long line of Glendruid women, women who have been cursed to be barren of sons unless they can...

  • Review: Access Denied

    Leah has been through six assignments already and she's growing to believe that she will never find her true match. However, it's her duty as part of Sanctuary to go through the ten chances to find her mate and she reluctantly accepts her next assignment....

  • Review: Blood Ties Dark Secrets

    William meets Priscilla at a dance and impetuously marks her as his mate that very night. Unfortunately, he is forced to leave her behind and flee when a busybody sees him during the marking and calls down a vampire slayer, who just so also happened to...

  • Review: La Vida Vampire Book 1

    Francesca Marinelli is not your normal vampire; she does things normal vampires don't do. She surfs, can stand marginal daylight and doesn't like to bite humans for that reason she drinks bottled flavored blood. She is the talk of the town she lives in...

  • Review: Fortune's Kiss

    Sir Graham Foster is an adventurer that excavates treasures and gives them to museums for historical study. While he is on one of his excavations his assistant brings him news that he has inherited a fortune and a title from his second cousin a few times...

  • Review: Hands Off

    With trepidation, Mia Sutherland attended her fifteenth high school class reunion. The former fat girl, now a slim, beautiful and flourishing wedding planner, quickly caught the eye of the class jock. Mia was shocked and disappointed to find him obnoxious...

  • Review: The Deception of the Emerald Ring A Pink Carnation Novel, #3

    "The Deception of the Emerald Ring" begins with a modern American character by the name of Eloise Kelly-a Harvard grad student-who, while living her own romantic tale, is in England researching a female English spy of the 19th century for her Ph.D. thesis....

  • Review: One With The Shadows Companion Series, #5

    I loved this book. Susan Squires is a wonderful author with a new twist on the vampire story. She is very good at grabbing you in the first paragraph, or in some cases the first sentence, and taking you for the ride of your life and not letting you go...

  • Review: The Secret Passion of Simon Blackwell

    Simon Blackwell had suffered great personal tragedy; he wanted nothing to do with society, only to return back to the solitude of his Yorkshire home. He came to London to celebrate his Aunt Leticia birthday and planned to leave soon after. Annabel McBride's...

  • Review: The Ravening Blood Moon, #3

    Paloma is a young gypsy woman who loves dancing in the moonlight. One night she escapes her sleazy stepfather's grasp and flees off into the night. As she finds peace dancing under the twinkling stars and moon, she finds herself in an evil creature's...

  • Review: Her Snow Angel

    Lisa Mills just seemed to be starting her morning off on the wrong foot. Her car was buried in deep snow, she burnt her mouth on a sip of tea she had in her hand and dropped it on the ground and to make matters even worse, when she went to go into her...

  • Review: Shadow Of The Hawk Wayback Texas Series

    Hawk Riley's goal in life seems unattainable - stop the downward spiral. Every time he feels like he has hit bottom, the ground opens up and there he goes again. Down and out, Hawk heads for a ranch and a job that he hopes will help turn his life around....

  • Review: Stealing My Heart

    An unexpected but timely encounter with the gorgeous Luke Denver leaves Amber James speechless and spellbound. Unaware a longtime embarrassing problem has returned, Amber reacts in shock when Luke challenges her regarding the contents of her purse. As...

  • Review: If Tombstones Could Talk

    Melanie Sparks, a history enthusiast and lawyer by trade, decided to take a walking tour of the cemetery in her new Colorado town. The tour leader, John Nelson, was a great storyteller and filled Melanie and the others on tour with plenty of facts regarding...

  • Review: Reindeer Games

    Jessica Holloran and Brent Nickles both knew each other since childhood while growing up in Noelle, Alberta. Jessica, being from the Holloran Family Tree Farm and Brent, being from the Nickles' Nurseries and Reindeer Ranch had this good-natured feud going...

  • Review: SheWolf Rating: Tangy

    While out celebrating an employee's birthday, veterinarian, Anna Callaway, is nearly kidnapped by two wolven before she is rescued by Kiernan, another wolven. When she faints, he takes her home only to realize she is part wolven and in heat. And, he believes,...

  • Review: Heart of the Wolf Heart of the Wolf, #1

    There are a few conflicts in the Heart of the Wolf; Volen the gray wolf leader wants Bella for his mate; Bella wants to find the women killer - a red wolf; a zookeeper wants wolves; three red wolves want Bella for mate; Devlyn, a gray wolf, and Bella,...

  • Review: Shifter Anthology

    This not-to-be-missed anthology starts out with Mad Dog Love by Angela Knight. Zarifa Lorezo needs protection and who better to provide it than the sexy werewolf Rance Conlan. Together they will face enemies, family, and each other in the quest to learn...

  • Review: A Seduction in Scarlet The Aphrodite's Club Series ~ Book #1

    Marcus comes to Aphrodite's Club one evening and notices a woman in a scarlet dress - her face veiled. His failed attempts to gain her interest warranted his departure until Aphrodite approached him on Portia's behalf. Portia's here to be held and feel...

  • Review: Slow Burn Madaris Family Novels

    Skye Barclay is stunned to find her parents adopted her at any early age. After years of submissive obedience, shocked by their refusal to support her quest to track down her family of origin, Skye defies their wishes and heads to Texas to meet her brother....

  • Review: The Undead Next Door Book number 4 in the Love at Stake Series

    This is the fourth book in Kerrelyn Sparks' Love at Stake series. This one stars Jean-Luc Escarpe if you have read the others as I have then I'm sure you were looking forward to his story as much as I was. And you won't be sorry it was well worth the...

  • Review: True Confessions

    Tabloid writer Hope Spencer moves to Gospel, Idaho to lay low for a while after pissing off a midget and hopefully come up with more stories about alien abductions and Bigfoot sightings. She meets the town sheriff and single dad Dylan Taber and from the...

  • Review: The Bride

    Alec Kincaid is ordered by his king to marry one of Baron Jamison's daughters. When he sees Jamie, he knows that he must have her and he is intrigued by her beauty and the desire to tame her. Jamie is leery of the large Scottish laird, though not intimidated...

  • Review: A Woman Scorned

    I can see where this book may have taken some readers by surprise. Carlyle pulls no punches while her protagonists examine their own emotions, and the characters are honest in their needs. I do think the sex scenes have been misunderstood by other reviewers...

  • Review: Double Fantasy

    The rapidly paced action packed romance Double Fantasy is a great fun read for the New Year. It concerns two twin brothers Jamieson and Jack Merrick and their ventures when they return to Gladstone Manor where Jamie will be new lord and master. The problem,...

  • Review: Tempering Zoe Genre: Tarot, Shapeshifter, Romance, Fantasy, Menage

    As you start the book, Zoe is shaken, shaky, and not at all what you expect from one of Ms. Leigh's leading ladies. Agreeably, this soon changes and you are swept along with Zoe's quest to make the best of her circumstances. Her new neighbors, Conn and...

  • Review: Spirit on the Wind

    Christine Rogers was desperately missing and mourning over the loss of her husband who was killed over in Iraq during the war. For some time after his death, Christine would dream very often of her husband. He would come to her and begin to make love...

  • Review: Bachelor Bid

    Rosy Scott was helping to do some last minute preparations before the Hicksville Bachelors' Ball began. Helping run the ball was always very stressful for her and it seemed that it never got easier from year to year. This was her third year on the Bachelors'...

  • Review: Howel at the Moon Others Series, #4

    Christine Warren catches your attention right away in Howel at the Moon with humor. Then Christine slowly brings in the mystery making you turn the page to find out more. Then she brings in the romance interest. She brings them together in a way that...

  • Review: Taken By the Night The Brotherhood of Blood, Book 3

    Ivy Dearing is a daughter of a madam. Having grown-up at the Masion Rouge brothel, Ivy has learned a lot about sex and the art of seduction. What she has not learned is the true love between a man and a woman. Over her years at the brothel, Ivy has seen...

  • Review: Christmas Angel

    Kate Leary was going to be all alone this Christmas. The one true man in her life that cared for her deeply, her father, had passed on just four months prior. She was lost without him. She was especially lost now during the holidays because her father,...

  • Review: Choices

    Pamela S. Thibodeaux's motto is "Inspirational with an Edge!" Her short story Choices lives up to those words. Eight years after ending their high school romance, Camie Rogers and Kip Allen are reunited. During that time, Kip has become a country music...

  • Review: Don't Fence Me In

    In June 1953, one week after graduation from high school, Lizzie Scott works as a telephone operator. The dances at Beale Air Force Base are the highlight of Lizzie's week. Although she isn't interested in marrying a serviceman, she realizes the dances...

  • Review: Turning Back

    Joanna Mathis is back, her faith in God destroyed the night her brother died and her dreams shattered. Seven years later, she returns to her hometown to visit her ailing father. Nolan Kent also lost much that night; his best friend and the woman he loved....

  • Review: Dr. Gnome

    Two agents for P.L.A.S.M.A. (Paranormal League Against Social Menace Agency) are teamed together for the first time. Pierce DeVein from the Vampire division and Kitty Kat from the shifter division. Their mission is to discover how the world's gold has...

  • Review: No One Heard Her Scream

    Detective Rebecca Montgomery's little sister was kidnapped but she refuses to give up on finding her even after six months. She's given a new assignment - an arson case but they end up finding skeletal remains buried in the wall of an old theatre. When...

  • Review: The Senator's Daughter

    Sylvia Chatsworth, the rebellious daughter of Senator Lawrence Chatsworth, hates living in the limelight. After a failed engagement, she goes out with the straight-laced, up-and-coming Assistant District Attorney Lyle Thomas. When they are hounded by...

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The Draig's Wife by Lisa Dawn Wadler


He needs a wife to secure his lands. She has no intention of being that wife.

A call for help transports Emma from her lonely world to medieval Scotland. Accepting her fate and opening her heart, she finds the love of a father, a trusted friend, and a child who captures her heart, but the arrogant laird offends her at every turn.

Declan, Laird of the Draig, carries the heavy burden of protecting and providing for those of the clan. Faced with the possibility of losing his land, his title, and his daughter, he accepts his own fate—he must marry and his dreams must die. A marriage of convenience is his only option.

Intrigued by Emma’s courage and strength, Declan uses every trick in the book to have her by his side and in his bed. Will the laird’s responsibilities destroy them both?

Necessary Roughness by Julie Brannagh

Tanner Cole’s football career was over in less than thirty seconds one Sunday afternoon. After a lifetime playing the sport he loves he’s been forced into an early retirement. Between figuring out his plan for the rest of his life and dealing with the pain of his injuries, this grouchy hottie isn’t in the mood for the perky physical therapist who makes him in ache in more than one place.

Jordan Mueller doesn’t have time for a sulky ex-NFL player, even one who looks like Tanner. She’s done with falling for the bad boy without a heart. When she’s forced out of her apartment and offered an opportunity too good to pass up, she agrees to move in with Tanner. She’s only there to speed up his recovery. No funny business, even if her body is telling her otherwise.

As Tanner and Jordan spend more and more time together, they begin to see each other in a new light that threatens to change everything. But when the ghosts of girlfriends past reappear, Tanner must decide if he’s willing to put everything on the line for a shot at a future with Jordan.