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The stakes climb higher!


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She's ready to give him total control


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An unlikely princess... An even more unlikely sorcerer... And using magic always exacts a priceÖ


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One warrior fights for the love of his life, while another warrior finds his.


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The O'Brien's holiday magic


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The Affair continues...


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Is he dead or alive?



October's crisp autumn nights are perfect for reading


Readers and Authors Talk...

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Cindi Madsen
Louise Reynolds
Leigh Perry
Jenna Jaxon
Susan Wittig Albert
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Nancy Naigle
Connie Brockway
Marissa Clarke
Jana Richards
Kat Bastion
Robin Gianna

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Ashlyn Macnamara | Cover Revealed for WHAT A LADY REQUIRES

Fresh fiction is thrilled to showcase the gorgeous, newly revealed cover for book three in Ashlyn Macnamara's Read More...

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Lindsay McKenna | Coming Home for Christmas

It was a delight and honor to be part of this very special Christmas book for several reasons. Harlequin chose women authors who were in the military to write these Read More...

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Kathleen Bittner Roth | The Return of the Epic American-set Historical Romance

Weíve all had this happen at one time or anotheróan urging or longing for a certain something or other that sneaks up on us and lingers until it Read More...

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H.P. Mallory | Me, You, and A Ghost: An Unusual Love Story

ONCE HAUNTED, TWICE SHY is the second book in the Peyton Clark series and picks up where the first book Read More...

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Sophie Wintner | My Real-Life Meet-Cute

I had given up on love. I decided it would be easier to write about romance than endure the ups and downs of any more real-life love affairs. So Read More...

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M.J. Fields | The Evolution of Alpha Males

I'm sitting at my desk on a Sunday morning. Itís quiet for a Sunday. Itís abnormal, a little eerie. My husband and daughter happen to be doing Read More...

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Suzy Duffy | The Mama Drama & Mother/Daughter Algorithms

Itís kinda nuts the way - one moment youíre a daughter (with a big tummy) and the next youíre the mother. Naturally youíre still a daughter but Read More...

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Sarah Morgan | Bringing the Sexy to Winter Sports

Iím so excited about the release of MAYBE THIS CHRISTMAS, the latest book in my O Read More...

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Brenda Novak | Rest in Peace?

Serial killers are often the stuff of a good suspense novel. My book, A MATTER OF GRAVE CONCERNRead More...

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Lauren Layne | MADE FOR YOU: Enemies to Lovers

In celebration of MADE FOR YOU's release day, Lauren Layne has shared her favorite enemies-to-lovers Read More...

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Ella Quinn | A French Countdown to Christmas

Aside from his family, the one person Georges, Marquis Cruzy-le-Ch‚tel has tried to keep safe during the Napoleonic Wars is Madeleine du Beaune, the woman he wishes Read More...

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Charlee Fam | Deleted Scenes

If youíve read LAST TRAIN TO BABYLON, you already know that Aubrey Glass is the novelís 22-year Read More...

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Talia Hunter | Her Hot Number: The Story Behind The Story

It was the holiday weíd been dreaming about for months. All through the gloomy depths of winter weíd been working long hours, and hubby and I were stressed Read More...

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Amy Ruttan | Playlists and Pinterest Boards

I know there are a few authors out there who canít write to music and have to have dead silence to work in, but Iím not one of Read More...

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Elizabeth Byler Younts | Voices from My Amish Past

When I look back at my earliest memories I remember the flicker of oil lamps casting shadows on the wall of our home, our buggy, and wearing plain clothes. I Read More...

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Victoria James | The Top-Ten Hero Must-Haves!

Hi! Iím so happy to be back here, blogging at Fresh Fiction! This is release week for my book, Read More...

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Amanda G. Stevens | Unexpectedly Speculative

Story has been my deepest love since before I could read. And I was serious about it. I watched Mary Poppins at five years old and thought the Read More...

Interviews You Don't Want to Miss...

Catching Up with Carole Mortimer

We are thrilled to be chatting with you, and we want to congratulate you on your upcoming 200th book written for Harlequin Mills and Boon. We Read More...

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Caisey Quinn | LEAVING AMARILLO Exclusive Cover Reveal & Excerpt!

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Halloween Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party | Jennifer Faye's Royal Couple Joins the Bash!

Welcome again to Fresh Fiction's Halloween Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party! Some of your favorite authors are sending their characters to this virtual party in style. Be ready to Read More...

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Andrea Laurence | You Can Go Home Again, But Here Are Five Reasons to Reconsider... (Spoiler Alert: Reason #1 - Old Boyfriends)

In my new southern contemporary romance, FACING THE MUSIC, my heroine Ivy Hudson has to face a very scary eventuality Read More...

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Kate Canterbary | You Know You're Sleeping with an Architect WhenÖ

Architects are special creatures. They are cut from a cloth that's all their own, and lumping them in with businessmen, doctors, or lawyers is to miss the nuances that Read More...

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Gemma Brocato | What Iíve Learned From Where Iíve Lived

Have you ever lived somewhere that seriously influenced your life? A place that gave you a different perspective on the world as you know it? What Iíve found is Read More...

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Ophelia London | Jane Austen for a New Adult Generation

Ever since I was given the amazing opportunity to write a Pride & Prejudice modern respin (DEFINITELY Read More...

Support Breast Cancer Research!

Nancy Naigle & Kelsey Browning | The Granny Series Salutes Breast Cancer Awareness Month

This month weíve all seenóand possibly wornópink ribbons. Pink ribbons that announce we support the many people whoíve been affected by breast cancer. Because awareness, money Read More...

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J.T. Geissinger | Top 10 Worst Supernatural Gifts For Any Paranormal Heroine

Ever heard the phrase ďIím having a bad hair day?Ē Of course you have. And we all know exactly what it means! But if you happen to have the Read More...

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Juliette Cross | The Leading Men We Love to Love

Because I like to analyze and title just about everything (neurotic reader/writer that I am), Iíve analyzed and labeled each of the various, yummy types of men that Read More...

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Samanthe Beck | It's in the Bag

My wardrobe doesnít get a lot of attention. Being a writer barely requires me to wear clothes at all, much less nice ones, but I have fun dressing my Read More...

Halloween Character Costume Party

Jade Lee Joins the Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party | The Duke and Duchess Arrive in Rags

The Duke and Duchess of Bucklynde have gone to the party as their former selves. No longer the ton's elite, they've become a simple seaman and his seamstress Read More...

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Hannah Reed | A New Mystery Series Set in the Scottish Highlands

OFF KILTER is the first book in the Highlands Mystery Series. It was great fun to Read More...

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Sheila Connolly | Oh, the Places We Go

People think Iím crazy because I write three cozy mystery series. Yes, one book per year for each series (for as long as my publisher lets me!). And there Read More...

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Dream a Little Dreamóor Two: Elley Ardenís Journey from Writing for the Walt Disney Company to Writing Romance Novels

The first time I glimpsed Los Angeles from a plane window, I wasnít impressed. The view through a taxi window on my way to Studio City wasnít much Read More...

Halloween Character Costume Party

Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party | Julia Justiss's Treat of a Trickster

Welcome again to Fresh Fiction's Halloween Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party! Some of your favorite authors are sending their characters to this virtual party in style. Enter and be Read More...

Young Adult Musings

Trick-or-Treat: Halloween with Humor

I am a scaredy-cat. I watch scary movies with a pillow over my face and hands clamped over my eyes. I might only actually see about 15 minutes of Read More...

Halloween Character Costume Party

Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party | Amanda McIntyre's Hottest Couple Joins the Masquerade

Welcome again to Fresh Fiction's Halloween Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party! Things are heating up as more characters from your favorite books arrive. Come and see what the pair Read More...

Author News

Signed and Personalized Copies of Cora Carmack's Latest Hit Available Now!

Canít attend any of Coraís events? That doesnít mean you canít get a signed, personalized copy of Read More...

Author News

Jay Crownover's Sexy Marked Men

Oh, those sexy Marked Men! We canít stop staring at Jayís covers. And if you canít, either, pre-order Read More...

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Jill Shalvis | Fairest of Them All...Not Hardly. We Want To Know Which Heroines Kick Butt!

Romance novels are all about strong women, but in my latest novel, HE'S SO FINE, Olivia goes Read More...

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Terry Spear | Decorating For Christmas, Werewolf Style

I LOVE Christmas and decorating, and for werewolves it's the same. The only difference might be that they LOVE decorating with live plants as it reminds them of their Read More...

Author News

TWO BAR MITZVAHS releases on October 20th from Kat & Stone Bastion! Pre-orders and release-day digital copies $0.99 & Signed!

We are excited to announce the release of TWO BAR MITZVAHS. As a pre-order and release-day Read More...

Halloween Character Costume Party

Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party | Cynthia Eden's Zane Wynter is On the Hunt

Welcome again to Fresh Fiction's Halloween Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party! Some of your favorite authors are sending their characters to this virtual party in style. Come on in Read More...

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Christi Caldwell | For Love of the Duke

Fresh Fiction is pleased to present this special excerpt from USA Today bestselling author Christi CaldwellRead More...

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Sarah Ballance | Historical Romanceís Forgotten Era

When I landed my first historical contract, most of the historical romance books with which I was familiar would be classified as belonging to one of the genre juggernauts, which Read More...

News and Announcements

Facebook / Reddit parties with Maya Banks and other Avon authors

Oct 15th:

Maya Banks, 7 p.m. ET Read More...

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Stacy Finz | Going Home

My aunt owns a cabin in the Sierra Nevada woods. Every summer my family goes up for few days. We bring our hiking boots, bikes, bathing suits and floatation devices Read More...

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Rachel Blaufeld | Inside The Electric Tunnel

While the weather around the country may be cooling, its heating up inside the Electric Tunnel with Asher Peterson and his faithful employee/part-time lover, Nataleigh Dallas. Inside the Read More...

Halloween Character Costume Party

Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party | Peggy Webb's Four-Legged Sleuth Sniffs Out the Party

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Halloween Boo-K Spectacular Costume Party! Some of your favorite characters are joining us this month to celebrate, and our author friends are sending their Read More...

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Fresh Fiction Local Recap | A Texas Tea with Jodi Thomas

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Jennifer Faye | When All Looks Lost

Sometimes life has a way of throwing up so many roadblocks at once that certain aspects of life can seem utterly hopeless. I know. This happened to me with my Read More...

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Miranda James | Miss Marple Hooked Me

I have always had a predilection for female amateur detectives, ever since I first discovered Nancy Drew over forty years ago with The Secret of Shadow Ranch. That Read More...

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Mary Sullivan | The Fishbowl of Fame

My eleventh Superromance, NO ORDINARY HOME, is currently on bookstore shelves. I canít believe I have eleven Read More...

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Anjali Mitter Duva | Music and Movement in Writing

Music is at the heart of FAINT PROMISE OF RAIN. The setting for the storyó16th century Rajasthan in Northwest Read More...

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Heather Heyford | A Birthday Toast to A TASTE OF CHARDONNAY

Last December while I was balancing on a rickety ladder to hang a string of lights above my fireplace mantel, I got Ďthe call.í I almost didnít answer. I Read More...

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Lucy Monroe | Pets for Vets Charity Anthology: HOMETOWN HEROES

A few months ago, a dear friend approached me about being in a charity box set. My first reaction should have been to question whether I had the time, but Read More...

Young Adult Musings

The Many Masks of Halloween

I love Halloween, but I particularly love the many masks of Halloween. Scary, magical, campy, thrilling, and haunting, Halloween reveals its many faces in delightful and creepy ways. Thatís Read More...

Author News

Pamela Morsi | A Special Breast Cancer Awareness Giveaway

This month donít get your bodice ripped--get it mammogrammed and author Pamela Morsi will send you Read More...

Author News

Lisa Renee Jones | Double the Pleasure

Hello, readers! I have TWO releases this month, PLAY WITH ME, originally part of the Heating up Read More...

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Terry Odell | Books for a Good Cause

Sometimes, things happen and you have to think there might be a reason. Recently, someone near and dear to me was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Then, Amazon opened it's Read More...

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Stephanie Laurens | The Traditions of BY WINTER'S LIGHT

BY WINTERíS LIGHT is an unabashedly holiday-themed novel. How did that come about?Read More...

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Twice As Nice: Frisco and Fort Worth Book Club Recaps

This week has been a busy one for Fresh Fictionís local book clubs! Both Frisco and Fort Worth readers gathered on Monday and Tuesday this week to discuss all Read More...

Halloween Character Costume Party

Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party | Linda O. Johnston's Rory Chasen Gets Superstitious

This October, some of your favorite authors will be dressing up their characters for a very special virtual costume party, as part of Fresh Fiction's Halloween Boo-k Read More...

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Cheryl Sawyer | La Crťole: The Slave Who Never Gave Up on Freedom

I often notice that writers who visit Free Literary Mentor, my blogRead More...

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Marie Harte | Ruining Mr. Perfect

Itís never easy being a middle child, and thatís kind of how I think of book 3 in my McCauley Brothers series. Read More...

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Alison Kemper | Your Handy Guide to Zombies

October is here! Itís time for scary movies, spooky books, and creepy TV shows. And with the recent success of AMCís The Walking Dead and SyFy Read More...

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Tina Ann Forkner | Reading is Sweet

Have you ever taken a bite of cake and been transported to heaven? I bet your answer is yes. For me, it was a slice of my mom Read More...

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Carolyn Brown | The Rest of the Story

Hello to everyone at Fresh Fiction! Iím so excited to be here on the launch date of COWBOY BOOTS FOR Read More...

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Heather Blake | Inspiration via I-75

As an author, Iíve found that inspiration for books can come from anywhere. And I truly mean anywhere. For example, the idea seed for the Magic PotionRead More...

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Grace Burrowes | Beating the Holiday Blues

So much about the Christmas holidays is wonderful. We get together with friends and family we might not see at any other time of year, cook our favorite foods, decorate Read More...

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Raymond Buckland | The Bram Stoker Mysteries

For me, writing Victorian mysteries is pure joy! First of all, I love the Victorian age. There was so much going on then; so many new discoveries. Transportation was fascinating Read More...

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Frank Hayes | Death at the Black Bull

If the question is where I get the ideas for the stories I write the simple answer is...people. All of my writing is pretty much character driven. That is Read More...

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Suzanne Brockmann | Writing YA vs. Writing Adult Romance

For me, the main difference between writing YA (young adult) and adult romance is the narrative voice. When I write romantic suspense, I use what I call "deep point of Read More...

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Jade Lee | While Jade Is Away, #Squidge Will Play

While Iím in my writing cave, I thought itíd be a good idea to check in on #Squidge and see what heís been up toÖ Squidge Read More...

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Incy Black | Hard to Forget

Forewarned is forearmed, especially when it comes to Major Jack Ballentyne, the hero in HARD TO FORGET. A Read More...

Halloween Character Costume Party

Hope Ramsay's Mike Taggart Joins the Boo-k Spectacular Costume Party

This October, some of your favorite authors will be dressing up their characters for a very special virtual costume party as part of Fresh Fiction's Halloween Boo-k Read More...

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Linda O. Johnston | My New Superstition Mysteries Begin

... which I hope is good luck for both my readers and me! Thanks for inviting me to blog here again, Fresh Fiction. Since I last visited in January of this Read More...

Author News

Is it the End? Or the Beginning?

Right now so many of my friends are mourning the end of summer. They miss the freedom of fewer clothes, dips in the pool, and warm summer nights. With mosquitos Read More...

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Donald Bain | Murder She Wrote: Death of a Blue Blood

Weíre delighted to meet all of you here at Fresh Fiction. This has been a great year for the Murder, She Wrote series of mysteries. Itís Read More...

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Laura Childs | Anyone for Jambalaya and a Halloween Mystery?

A few words on food and mystery from Laura Childs, author of GOSSAMER GHOSTRead More...

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Shannyn Schroeder & Rhonda Helms | Swoon-Off: Daniel vs. Phin

Rhonda Helms and I have challenged each other to a swoon off, pitting the heroes of our September release New Read More...

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Michelle Ule | The Skullduggery Involved in Writing about Navy SEALs

I began at my local military recruiting center when researching Navy SEALs for my novel Read More...

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Cara Luecht | A Character's Secrets

SOUL PAINTER began with a single vision: a woman, alone in the mist. The color grey filled my senses, and Read More...

Interviews You Don't Want to Miss...

Jean Sasson: The Voice of Our Sisters in the Middle East

Fresh Fiction is honored to welcome New York Times bestselling author Jean Sasson, who is internationally recognized Read More...

Support Breast Cancer Research!

A.B. McKinley's message ...

As a cancer survivor himself, A.B. McKinley has a short message for women in October. mckinley <a href=Read More...

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Shona Husk | From Inspiration to Story

I often get asked where my ideas come from. A lot of the time I actually donít know as I canít pinpoint what exactly triggered it, or what Read More...

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Lauren Smith | Endless Night- A Foray into the Dark and Mysterious

Halloween. My favorite holiday. If I had my say, my house would be decorated with black and orange 365 days a year. It seems like there are some of us Read More...

Young Adult Musings

Experiments in YA: Visual, Social, and Print Media

While attending Penned Con 2014 in St. Louis, I noticed the Indie crowdís willingness to embrace technology to create a Read More...

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Stephanie Julian | Are Two Really Better Than One?

Peanut butter cups usually come in pairs. Why? Who knows but when you open that package, you canít eat just one. You have to finish both. At least I Read More...

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Jodi Thomas | A Place Called Harmony

Once in a while in my career of forty books, there comes a story I know I have to write. It waits like an impatient child in the back of Read More...

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Cathy Maxwell | Wedding Envy! A Look at Regency Period Wedding Customs

How lucky the parents of the Regency period were! Weddings back then were not the productions they are today, and as a parent who has gone through three weddings for Read More...

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Amy Andrews | 10 Things to Consider Before Attempting Pages from an Illustrated Sex Guide.

After 40 + books as a published author I can tell you that I have researched a many and varied range of topics. Most of them interesting, gritty, hard hitting things Read More...

Author News

ONE FUNERAL released on September 29th from Kat and Stone Bastion! Release-week Promotion: Digital copies $0.99 & Signed!

Kat Bastion and Stone Bastion Read More...

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Kristin Higgins | Love, Romance, and Real-Life Body Fat

Whenever I read a book in which the heroine is perfectly beautiful and slim yet curvy yet can pack away a bacon double cheeseburger, I sigh a little. Yes, yes Read More...

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Daryl Wood Gerber | Stirring the Plot

Hi, readers!! Wonderful reviews have come in for the 3rd in the Cookbook Nook Mysteries: Read More...

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Christine Bell | Reforming the Rock Star

Hey there, Fresh Fiction readers! Iím thrilled to be here today to celebrate the release of my new Entangled Indulgence, Read More...

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