deserted island

Finding Wicked by Kathryn L. James is live & we have an exclusive excerpt & a signed book giveaway!

June 5, 2018

<— JUST WENT LIVE!!!! Finding Wicked (The Mitchell Brothers Book 2) IS LIVE!! Gah!!! This is my catnip!!! Nooooo not just the cover (although I will swoon about it in just a second) but I LOVE DESERTED ISLAND ROMANCES!!! Their PLANE. WENT. DOWN (and he’s her boss!!!) Okay… the cover. This gorgeous cover makes me want [...]

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Reader Question – The book about the two adults and two children that survived a plane crash…

April 27, 2017

Jennifer was looking for this one, and I was able to answer it ’cause I read it!!! I’m a sucker for shipwrecks or plane crashes that end up on a deserted island themes!!!! And in case you are too, and haven’t read this one yet, I thought I’d post it even though I’ve answered it. [...]

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Book Review – Unseen Messages by Pepper Winters

April 1, 2016

Unseen Messages: a survival romance novel Having never read, yet but heard so much about this author’s trademark “dark romance reads” I was very excited when I found our she wrote THIS one. ‘Cause it’s about a plane crash on a deserted island, and if there’s anything I love more than a dark read, it’s [...]

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What to Read After On the Island – “Stranded on a deserted island” romance books…

December 14, 2015

UPDATED 10-24-18!!! When it comes to love stories, there is nothing more fun than two people (strangers, or enemies, or maybe one of ‘em being an unrequited love-secret admirer) to be thrown together and… stuck together for whatever reason. This is a “genre” that I am SO drawn to and the ones I read, I [...]

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Book Review – Tempt by Cambria Hebert

October 13, 2013

Tempt (Take It Off) Well… I read it. I found out about it last night, the synopsis had me leaping with joy and I immediately moved into my #1 spot ’cause I was so in the mood for what this looked like it could be. My mind was already enthusiastically imagining all sorts of scenarios. I had [...]

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