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BOOK REVIEW REQUEST FORM

Name *
Name
Is an ARC/print/Ebook available now? If not, when?
(Dragonblade, USA, June, $4.99+ )
Please use our heat level descriptions below to guide your answer.
I understand that I may need to pay a nominal fee to have my book mailed to a reviewer.
It's historical.
My book is a historical romance or historical with a strong romantic
 

Heat levels - How Hot Does It Get?

1 = Sweet, kisses only.

2 = There was some hot kissing in there, some tension, but nothing beyond that.

3 = Pretty spicy. Groping and kissing, ribbons came undone but I didn’t see anything happen beyond that.

4 = Spicy. Sex scenes were steamy but appropriate to the story. Language is descriptive but not coarse.

5 = Hot! Explicit sex scenes and extremely descriptive, frank language. Erotic, kinky and/or unconventional moments abound. Where’s my fan?

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