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Amazon… A virtual marketplace, or Big Brother?

Amazon… A virtual marketplace, or Big Brother?.

This is from Imy Santiago’s blog. This is sad.


Review of Highland Legacy *5 Star*

Cailin lived while her twin brother and mother died in childbirth–and her father never forgave her for it. After all the horrible treatment she suffers at the hands of her father, he still cannot break her spirit or make her stop dreaming of finding true love, which is the only thing she’ll marry for. So when her father chooses to arrange a marriage for her to a much older man to increase his standing, Cailin runs away and finds fast trouble. She also finds the man she’s been waiting for, Conner Fraser.

Conner has sworn his life to the cause and to his beloved country of Scotland. He doesn’t have time for a wife or children. But when he rescues the beautiful, strong-willed Cailin, will he change his mind about love?

Highland Legacy is a fast-paced, action-packed Historical Romance about love, war, and letting go of the past. B.J. Scott does an excellent job of keeping you holding on to the edge of your seat while rooting for these marvelously developed characters. This is a Highlander story you must check out!

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Review of MERLYN’S RAVEN *5 Star*


Gwendydd is a young, adventurous teenager who is being raised by foster parents in her Grandfather’s home. On a trip to the market, she meets a mysterious, golden-eyed boy named Myrddin, who is also known by the name Merlyn. Myrddin is an apprentice to a druid priest and has a powerful gift of Sight.

The two feel an instant attraction and love soon blossoms. But with war in the land and Myrddin following his Sight to a higher calling, will the fragile love Gwendydd and Myrddin share survive life’s obstacles?

Merlyn’s Raven is an exciting, engaging, and at times, emotional read that leaves the reader breathless and begging for more. If you love a good Paranormal Romance with a story that draws you in, making you want to jump right into the pages, then you definitely need to check out Merlyn’s Raven by Rose Vanden Eynden.


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