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TBR Challenge: Once a Ferrara Wife by Sarah Morgan

May’s TBR Challenge theme is “backlist glom (author with more than one book in your TBR).” Wondering how I would fit a TBR read amid my demanding library pile, I chose Sarah Morgan’s Once a Ferrara Wife, a Harlequin Presents set in … Continue reading

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TBR Challenge: Doukakis’s Apprentice, by Sarah Morgan

This month’s TBR Challenge them is “Lovely RITA,” a book that won or was nominated for a RITA (Wendy helped us find them). I had a handful of contenders in my TBR, but I dismissed the ones that are later … Continue reading

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Funny Feminist (?) Fiction

In college I loved moments of synchronicity between courses, when I found myself looking at the same topic through two different disciplinary lenses and thus understanding it more deeply. Something similar happened to me this week, when two books I … Continue reading

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Sold to the Enemy: Deconstructing the Presents Alpha Hero

Sarah Morgan’s latest Harlequin Presents novel, Sold to the Enemy, has gotten quite a few reviews already, so this post is more of a reflection. I don’t think it’s especially spoilery, because I’m focusing on the first couple of chapters. But if … Continue reading

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