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Book Review: Under Her Skin by Adriana Anders

A romantic thriller, “Under Her Skin” follows Uma Crane, a battered woman who was able to escape her abuser. With no ID, no money and nowhere to go, Uma found herself in rural Virginia because of a free clinic for women like her. And in this little town …

MYKITA Unveils 2017 Campaign All The Wild Things

MYKITA presents the new collection via a series of personal portraits featuring a line up of mixed characters photographed by long-time collaborator and friend of the MYKITA HAUS, artist Mark Borthwick. In his ninth campaign for MYKITA Mark Borthwick places his living subjects front and center, making a …

Why eating breakfast boosts your health

Want to make 2017 the year you focus on your health? Wellness goals are admirable throughout the year, but too often well-meaning people make a common mistake that sabotages their efforts: they skip breakfast. It’s a daily choice that millions of people shrug off as no big deal, …

Pre-order Million Baller Baby by Rie Warren for $0.99

Scheduled to be released on February 6, 2017, “Million Baller Baby” is now available for pre-order for $0.99 at Amazon. A contemporary erotic romance, “Million Baller Baby” is the first book in the newly minted “Bad Boys Ballers” series by Rie Warren. Preorder link: Million Baller Baby: A …

Valentine’s Day Wish List from Ann Taylor

It’s time to start thinking about what you’d like to get – and what you’d love to wear – for Valentine’s Day. Ann Taylor’s spring 2017 collection features romantic, blush toned skirts, shirts and pants along with color coordinated heels and sparkly accessories – perfect for a Valentine’s …

5 tips to protect your devices from cybercrime

Your smartphone, your tablet, your computer – they are some of your most important and most used possessions. They are the daily tools you use for research, to connect with others and make purchases. You take them everywhere and fill them with your important, personal information. And all …

Book Review: Blood Freed by Traci Douglass

Book 2 of the Blood Ravagers, “Blood Freed” takes off where “Blood Bound,” the first book ended. Liz Frost, the twin sister of Anna (from the first book), takes center stage with Dex MacCallahan, disgraced wolf shifter and current bartender at Seven. In the grand tradition of romantic …

Book Review: Meet Me At Willoughby Close by Kate Hewitt

“Meet Me at Willoughby Close” is another sweet romance by Kate Hewitt that makes readers believe that dreams can come true. The story of single mom Ellie Matthews and her daughter Abby, “Meet Me at Willoughby Close” brings readers to Wychwood-on-Lea, a charming place at the Cotswold and …

Book Review: The Cowboy and the Kid by Anne McAllister

“The Cowboy and the Kid (Tanner Brothers Book 4)” is the fourth book in The Tanner Brothers series. With Taggart Jones taking center stage and school teacher Felicity Albright as his love interest, the book is written in three POVs – Taggart, Felicity and surprisingly Becky, Taggart’s precocious …

Book Review: The Devil’s Prayer by Luke Gracias

Classified as Historical Fiction and Horror, “The Devil’s Prayer” is not for the faint of heart. It also comes with Explicit Content Warning that says, “The Devil’s Prayer is a historical horror thriller that contains brutality, rape, sex, drug abuse and murder. Readers may find its content offensive …

5 healthy changes in 10 minutes or less

Healthy living is an admirable goal no matter what time of year. The problem is that many people shoot for the stars, resolving to lose a big amount of weight or completely give up foods they adore. A better approach is to make small changes that together can …