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March 12, 2012 – 8:05 am | 13 Comments

Everyone please welcome C.T. Adams to Paperback Dolls! C.T. Adams, along with Cathy Clamp, form the writing duo Cat Adams who are releasing their 4th novel, The Isis Collar, in their Bloodsinger series tomorrow!
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Week in Review

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Welcome one and all to the week in review!

Week in Review is when we take a look at the past week and everything that’s been going on at – plus we share what you can expect from the week to come…



Last Week on Paperback Dolls…

On Monday Lil was here with a review of Emma Cane’s A Town Called Valentine

Emily Murphy never thought she’d return to her mom’s rustic hometown in the Colorado Mountains. But after her marriage in San Francisco falls apart, leaving her penniless and heartsick, she returns to her old family home to find a new direction for her life. On her first night back, though, a steamy encounter with handsome rancher Nate Thalberg is not the fresh start she had in mind…

Nate has good reason not to trust the determined beauty who just waltzed into town–he’s no stranger to betrayal. Besides, she’s only there to sell her family’s old property and move back out. But as Nate and Emily begin working side-by-side to restore her time-worn building and old family secrets change Emily’s perception of herself, both are about to learn how difficult it is to hide from love in a place known far and wide for romance, family ties, and happily-ever-afters: a town called Valentine. Read her review Here

And later author Emma Cane (AKA Gayle Callen) was here with an interview and giveaway!

Read all about it Here

Also Monday, the Dolls took part in bloggers All Consuming Books and For What It’s Worth’s meme “Book Blogger Confessions” This time – Social Networking with authors!

Read more Here

On Tuesday author Elise Rome (AKA Ashley March) was here with a guest blog and giveaway!

Read what she had to say Here

On Wednesday author Jana Oliver was here with a special Month of Love guest blog

Read more about young romance Here

Thursday author Robert Roman was here to give us a guy’s perspective on writing romance

Read more Here

Then Friday Author Gena Showalter was here to answer our questions – and there’s a giveaway!

Read her answers Here

and then we offered a giveaway of Louisa Edward’s Some Like it Hot

Check the giveaway out Here

Then finally on Saturday we had a guest blog and giveaway with author Maureen O Betita

Check it out Here

Next Week on Paperback Dolls…

There’s hardly anymore of February left…yup, Month of Love is almost over – but hey, there’s still so much more amazing stuff to come!

On Monday Historical Romance author Sarah Maclean will be Here!

Then Noa will be sharing an ARC review of Sarah’s latest book ‘A Rogue by any other Name

What a scoundrel wants, a scoundrel gets. . .

A decade ago, the Marquess of Bourne was cast from society with nothing but his title. Now a partner in London’s most exclusive gaming hell, the cold, ruthless Bourne will do whatever it takes to regain his inheritance—including marrying perfect, proper Lady Penelope Marbury.

A broken engagement and years of disappointing courtships have left Penelope with little interest in a quiet, comfortable marriage, and a longing for something more. How lucky that her new husband has access to an unexplored world of pleasures.

Bourne may be a prince of London’s illicit underworld, but he vows to keep Penelope untouched by its wickedness—a challenge indeed as the lady discovers her own desires, and her willingness to wager anything for them . . . .even her heart.

On Tuesday Historical Romance author Loretta Chase is here – and there’s a giveaway!

Then on Wednesday, our final day of Month of Love, author C.S. Harris will be here!

Then Noa will be sharing an ARC review of When Maiden’s Mourn, by C.S. Harris

When Gabrielle Tennyson is murdered, aristocratic investigator Sebastian St. Cyr and his new reluctant bride, the fiercely independent Hero Jarvis, find themselves involved in an intrigue concerning the myth of King Arthur, Camelot, and a future poet laureate…




On Thursday Believer will be reviewing The Night Strangers by Chris Bohjalian

In a dusty corner of a basement in a rambling Victorian house in northern New Hampshire, a door has long been sealed shut with 39 six-inch-long carriage bolts.
The home’s new owners are Chip and Emily Linton and their twin ten-year-old daughters. Together they hope to rebuild their lives there after Chip, an airline pilot, has to ditch his 70-seat regional jet in Lake Champlain due to double engine failure. The body count? Thirty-nine.
What follow is a riveting ghost story with all the hallmarks readers have come to expect from bestselling, award-winning novelist Chris Bohjalian: a palpable sense of place, meticulous research, an unerring sense of the demons that drive us, and characters we care about deeply. The difference this time? Some of those characters are dead.

On Friday Teresa will be reviewing Killing Rites by M.L.N. Hanover

Jayné Heller has discovered the source of her uncanny powers: something else is living inside her body. She’s possessed. Of all her companions, she can only bring herself to confide in Ex, the former priest. They seek help from his old teacher and the circle of friends he left behind, hoping to cleanse Jayné before the parasite in her becomes too powerful.

Ex’s history and a new enemy combine to leave Jayné alone and on the run. Her friends, thinking that the rider with her has taken the reins, try to hunt her down, unaware of the danger they’re putting her in. Jayné must defeat the weight of the past and the murderous intent of another rider, and her only allies are a rogue vampire she once helped free and the nameless thing hiding inside her skin.

Finally, on Saturday – we’ll be catching up with Teresa!


Don’t forget – for information on all our Month of Love guests and giveaways – just click Here

That’s it for us this week! Thanks for stopping by and commenting!

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