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Sabah: A Love Story (2005) is a great Indie romantic comedy to watch with your girlfriends, your parents, or your significant other that will tug your heart strings. The story takes place in Toronto, Canada where Sabah and her Muslim family are constantly in each other’s lives. Since Sabah is from a traditional Muslim family, it is customary to have an arranged marriage to another Muslim, which...

Posted on Oct 18 2014 - 11:18am by Michele Douglas
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Dangerous Destiny: A Night Sky Novella by Suzanne Brockmann and Melanie Brockmann Genre: Young Adult Skylar Reid has moved from Connecticut to Florida during the middle of her junior- year of high school. She is the “new girl”, and has not met any friendly people in school. Everyone has their cliques; the jocks, the geeks, stoners, wheelchair guy, and crazy girl. She keeps to herself until one...

Unteachable by Leah Raeder Genre: Romance/New Adult Have you ever met someone who instantly knew you? Saw through your layers and seemed to look right into your soul? That is what happens when Maise, Maisey O’Malley, our female lead character in Unteachable by Leah Raeder, meets Evan while getting on a carnival ride. They have an incredible night together, ending with sharing their first names and Maise walking away, leaving him before he can leave her. Maise lied to Evan about her age, she told him she was twenty-one instead...

Sorcerer by Susan M. Bowes 
 Genre: Fantasy At first I was afraid that the plot was going to be like the story of “Cinderella.” Prince meets Princess at the ball to find a wife. Princess runs from him and he seeks her out. That is where the fairy tale mutates into a world filled with black magic, sorcery, a deceitful father and evil intent. Liam is a Prince destined to be the most powerful sorcerer. Kydo is a powerful sorcerer whose obsession for power is rivaled by his thirst for blood. He kills both the Queen and King and takes...

Kiss of Ice Heats Up in Steamy Interracial Romance by Lavender Parker Genre: Romance/Interracial Romance The audio edition of Kiss of Ice by Lavender Parker and narrated by Lynn Barrington, was very exciting, sexy, and enjoyable! I loved both of the two main characters, Annata and Christophe who are both two strong-willed. Most authors don’t like to do this, they usually make them polar opposites to keep things interesting, or if they appear to be strong in the beginning, one of them usually lets the other take control of the relationship....

Since Forever Ago by Olivia Besse Genre: New Adult You know how you go to the county fair, and you get to eat those deep fried cookie dough or candy bars? They are gooey and delicious and nutritionally negligent but still something you look forward to every year? This book is the food equivalent to deep friend candy bars. Since Forever Ago is the story of Riley, a 20-something college senior who discovers her high school sweetheart is cheating on her. And not just a little bit. He is using an app to meet and score with lots of girls....

So, with a title like Money Grubbin’ Whores, I had to review this play for RomanceBeat, but in all honesty, I had no idea idea what to expect. I only hoped it would be funny and not too offensive. But it proved to be much more than that. The one act play opens on the backroom of pizzeria, that looks like every restaurant backroom in NYC. Matt, a self-employed plumber, who is being sued for divorce, and his childhood pal Frankie, a contractor who considers himself a “deal-closer,” are waiting for the soon-to-be Israeli ex-wife...

Master of O, follows criminal lawyer Steven Diamond as he goes through his seemingly perfect daily life. He has money, a nice body, a fabulous apartment, enemies, and just so happens to be deliciously kinky. His faults are everything else in between, beginning and ending with his egotistical personality. Author Ernest Green is a prominent Dom in the west-coast area, who thought that he could write a Fifty Shades novel AND do it better. Steven Diamond, is supposed to be a more put-together Christian Grey, and by all accounts he is. He...

When Bill tells the group in the Fangtasia cellar that he choses True Death, both Jessica and Sookie slap him. Jessica asks that he release her and he does. Bloody tears are shed by all. And that’s before the opening credits. Sookie and Jessica go to find Sam, but he has fled town with Nicolle and the baby-to-be. He said. “We live two lives here on earth. The first for ourselves, and the second for our kids.” They’re going to Chicago. Sookie and Jessica go right to the former Merlotte’s to tell Arlene and the folks that...

Eric, Pam and the Yakuza track down our dear Sarah Newlin, who has had visitations from her living and dead lovers telling her that tonight was going to be the night that she died. But when they find her, Pam says he will pull the pin on a grenade if they kill Sarah, so Eric bites her and finds himself cured. Meanwhile Sookie and Bill cuddle and talk about their past. He says he realized there was so much darkness inside him, that he would never be the light she needed. She tells him that his love was a brighter light than anything...