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Guest Post with Sarah Castille + Giveaway

We’re happy to welcome romance author Sarah Castille to Book Lovers Inc., who stops by today to tell you a bit about her debut novel Legal Heat a scorching hot legal thriller/romantic suspense I devoured in no time (you can check out my review here). So take a seat and meet Katy and Mark the heroine and hero of Legal Heat and crank up that fan! 😉

When I decided to write Legal Heat I knew it had to be about lawyers. I’ve been a lawyer for many years, at many firms and in many places. And the things that go on behind closed doors…well, I just had to share them!

But first I needed a heroine.

Someone strong but vulnerable. Flawed but not broken. No silver spoons for Katy. She had to work hard to become a senior associate in her law firm. Throw in a little baggage in …

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ARC Review: Chains and Canes by Katie Porter

Format Read:e-ARC provided from the author for review
Number of Pages:324 pages
Release Date:July 9th 2013
Publisher:Samhain Publishing
Series: Club Devant, #2
Formats Available: e-book, Kindle Edition
Purchasing Info: Amazon | Kobo | Barnes and Noble | Publisher | Goodreads

Book Blurb:

“A Dom double-teamed by two submissives? He doesn’t stand a chance. “

Club Devant, Book 2″

Wealthy businessman Daniel Baker doesn’t have a creative bone in his body, but he knows art and craves beauty. Contemporary dancer Naya Ortiz, his fiancee of three years, embodies both. His protective commitment to her happiness extends to hiring Dominas to satisfy the sexual masochism she craves.

The balance of their relationship is tipped when Naya dances with reckless Cajun choreographer Remy Lomand. His magnetism as a Dom carries over to a backstage encounter that leaves Naya breathless-and Daniel unable to look away.

Remy knows the deal. The fancy people want to play with a disposable boy …

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Guest Post by Katie Porter+Giveaway

Today we are very thrilled to welcome back to BLI author Katie Porter (aka Carrie Lofty and Lorelie Brown!)  in celebration of her newest release in the Club Devant series, Chains and Canes! I was lucky enough to having read in advance the duo’s newest release and let me reveal a small secret to you all: Chains and Canes is another hot story written in a way only Katie Porter can! So, let’s welcome Katie and don’t forget to check at the end of the post for the giveaway details 🙂

It’s so hard to believe it’s July already. My kids have been out of school since the last week of May. Since then, I took them to the beach for a week, finished a book, took them to visit their dad cross-country, edited a different book, went back home and packed up all our belongings and moved us to Wisconsin.

Pretty …

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Book Lovers for the Prevention of Supporting Character Neglect: Kate Daniels World aka The Magicpocalypse

Welcome to the our first meeting of the Book Lovers for the Prevention of Supporting Character Neglect! Where Book Lovers from across the world stand in solidarity for the supporting cast. Those individuals that make the story and keep us coming back even when the protagonist needs a good smack (*cough Harry Potter cough*). Hear our anthem! Because everyone deserves top billing now and then.

Secondary Characters by Original Cast Recording on Grooveshark

For our inaugural meeting, we will take a close look at Ilona Andrews’ Kate Daniels’ World. Ilona is among the more considerate authors out there, as she has given various others a chance to shine while Kate and Curran are recuperating (Andrea, Dali, and Julie), but that consideration is no excuse! There are still a plethora of magnificent characters in post-magicpocalypse Atlanta that are …

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Review: An Affair with Mr. Kennedy by Jillian Stone

Format read: ebook purchased from Amazon
Series: The Gentlemen of Scotland Yard, #1
Genre: Historical Romance
Release Date: Jan. 31, 2012
Number of pages: 400 pages
Publisher: Pocket Books
Formats available: ebook, mass market paperback
Purchasing Info: Author’s Website | Goodreads | Amazon | B&N | Kobo | Book Depository US | Book Depository (UK) | Publisher’s Website

London, 1887. Part stoic gentleman, part fearless Scotland Yard man, Zeno “Zak” Kennedy is an enigma of the first order. For years, the memory of a deadly bombing at King’s Cross has haunted the brilliant Scotland Yard detective. His investigation has zeroed in on a ring of aristocratic rebels whose bloody campaign for Irish revolution is terrorizing the city. When he discovers one of the treacherous lords is acquainted with his free-spirited new tenant, Cassandra St. Cloud, his inquiry pulled him unexpectedly close to the …

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Drinking Tropes: Dragon Bound (to the ER)

Quite a number of individuals argued that dragons prefer debauchery to all other past-times (such as amassing treasure, devouring their enemies, or acquiring the knowledge of the universe).

I beg to differ. Thankfully, Fangs for the Fantasy invented the perfect medium through which to survive this endeavor. The Paranormal Romance Drinking Game. A true stroke of genius. For every trope, we drink. Huzzah!*

Raise a glass for Thea Harrison’s Dragon Bound, and join me as we drunkenly dive into the world of the Elder Races. Spoilers (and drunken rambling) Ahead!


She had stolen from one of the most dangerous creatures on Earth, a creature so frightening that just imagining him was more scariness than she ever wanted to meet in real life.

I am not impressed. I believe this mandates a drink. Brutalizing the English language has to be in there somewhere. “More scariness”? No. How about “more terrifying …

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Dragon Day 2013: The Results Are In!

Some of you may have noticed that Book Lovers Inc. was briefly taken over by dragons! In an effort to appease our new draconic overlords, you battled for draconic treasures, and voted as to which dragons we should next honor with the same exuberant adulations heaped upon Lady Trent and Seraphina.

The results are in! Next on The Dragon Lovers’ Dragon Reading List is….

The Eon Duology by Alison Goodman!* Comprised of:

Eon (aka Two Pearls of Wisdom)

Eon has been studying the ancient art of Dragon Magic for four years, hoping he’ll be able to apprentice to one of the twelve energy dragons of good fortune. But he also has a dark secret. He is actually Eona, a sixteen-year-old girl who has been living a dangerous lie for the chance to become a Dragon-eye, the human link to an energy dragon’s power. It is forbidden …

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Review: An Outlaw in Wonderland by Lori Austin

Format read: ebook

Series: Book #2 in the Once Upon a Time in the West series

Release Date: 4 June 2013

Number of pages: 317 pages

Publisher: Signet

Formats available: ebook, paperback

Purchasing Info: Goodreads, Author’s Website, Amazon, Kindle, Barnes and Noble, Book Depository, Read an excerpt


In a time of war, love has its own rewards…

Saving soldiers’ lives at the Confederate army hospital Chimborazo, Annabeth Phelan is no ordinary Southern belle. She’s never known work more exhausting or rewarding. And she’s never known a man like Dr. Ethan Walsh, with his disarming gray eyes and peculiar ways. But now the Confederacy is charging her with another service: find the Union spy at Chimborazo.

Ethan’s one passion is saving lives, and if he can do that by helping to end the war, he will—even if it means spying for the North. He’s gotten used …

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Review: Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb

Format read: paperback
Genre: High Fantasy
Release Date: 1 March 1996
Length: 448
Publisher: Voyager
Formats available: audio book, paperback, Hardcover, ebook
Purchasing Info: Amazon | B&N | Kobo | Book Depository US | Book Depository (UK)

Book Blurb:

Young Fitz is the bastard son of the noble Prince Chivalry, raised in the shadow of the royal court by his father’s gruff stableman. He is treated like an outcast by all the royalty except the devious King Shrewd, who has him secretly tutored in the arts of the assassin. For in Fitz’s blood runs the magic Skill–and the darker knowledge of a child raised with the stable hounds and rejected by his family. As barbarous raiders ravage the coasts, Fitz is growing to manhood. Soon he will face his first dangerous, soul-shattering mission. And though some regard him as a threat to the …

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Review: Taken by the Duke by Jess Michaels

Format read: ebook
Release Date: 2 July 2013
Series: Book #1 in the Pleasure Wars series
Number of pages: 216 pages
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Formats available: ebook
Purchasing Info: Goodreads, Author’s Website, Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Kobo, Samhain, Read an excerpt


An eye for an eye, a sin for a sin…

Amid all the lies and scandals that fuel Society’s gossip mill, one truth has stood out: House Rothcastle and House Windbury have always hated each other.

Lady Ava Windbury prays the feud will someday end, to no avail. One dreadful night, her brother accidentally causes the death of Christian Rothcastle’s sister, a tragedy that leaves both men maimed.

Consumed by grief, Christian makes a grim decision. He will kidnap Lady Ava so that her family will feel the pain of loss as keenly as he feels the loss of his own sister. But once he …

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