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Two obsessed alpha cowboys give the woman of their dreams exactly what she desires.


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‘Til Death Do Us Bark…


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First rule of surveillance--don't kiss the mark.


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Once a desire this wild is loose, no one will ever control it...


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Twice he has been close to the altar and still no duchess.


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You always hurt the ones you love.



August 'hot' reads!


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Ann H. Gabhart
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Meet the Author: Andie J. Christopher

I never planned on becoming a writer. Not even when a high school English teacher told me to “be sure to send [her] a copy of my first book” in Read More...

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Kerry Adrienne | Best Fish Tacos, perfect for Bears and Lions!

Thanks so much for hosting me for the release of the third book in my Shifter Wars series, Read More...

History ReFreshed

War And Remembrance

Inspired by the release of the new film “Dunkirk,” which explores the rescue of the trapped British Expeditionary Read More...

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Cindy Kirk | Author/Reader Match

Meet Cindy Kirk

  1. I’m Cindy Kirk and I write Contemporary Small-Town Romance. The latest release in my popular Read More...

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Kate Meader | Five Things You Don’t Know About Chicago

  1. Millennium Park’s Hidden Garden is a hidden gem. Separated from the city bustle by a 15-foot-high hedge of conifers and trees, the Read More...

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Hayson Manning | Home is where the heart is.

I’m originally from New Zealand. Head toward Australia then head left. If you hit Antarctica, you’ve gone too far. Back up and listen for sheep. There are sixty Read More...

Cozy Corner

An Instrumental Interview with Alexia Gordon

It’s time to travel across the pond with author Alexia Gordon to the land of shamrocks and leprechauns. Actually, we won’t be visiting any leprechauns, but ghosts and Read More...

Breaking News

Meet Sasha Summers at Readers & 'ritas!

As part of our countdown to Readers & ‘ritas 2017, our Meet the Author interview series helps you get Read More...

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Kat Colmer | The Loveliest Trick of the Devil

Thank you so much for having me on Fresh Fiction today to chat about my young adult paranormal romance, THE THIRD Read More...

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Aden Polydoros | On Writing Anti-Heroes

“The rifle was comfortable in his hands. Familiar. Less like a complex weapon than like an extension of his arms and eye, a part of him. It made him feel Read More...

Fresh Thrills

Elizabeth Heiter | What If the People Closest to You Were a Threat to Your Life?

When seventeen-year-old Haley Cooke goes missing out of her high school, leaving behind only a chilling note that says “if you’re reading this, I’m already dead Read More...

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Rosie Somers | Living a Million Lifetimes

From the moment I learned to read, I was in love. Not necessarily with words, but with stories. I lived in the pages of the books that I read. I Read More...

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Pam Hillman | Is It Nature or Nurture?

What makes us as readers gravitate to a particular genre when we start reading? What makes one child fall in love with cowboys and Indians, and another devour every fantasy Read More...

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EXCLUSIVE REVEAL! Shining Through/Red Hot Russians 5

I’m so excited to share the gorgeous cover of my upcoming release SHINING THROUGH, the fifth and final book Read More...

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An Excerpt from SEAL WOLF Undercover by Terry Spear

For about an hour, he chased the wolf through the underbrush of the misty forest, the birds diving for cover in the Douglas fir and western hemlocks as soon Read More...

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Nicole Locke | Sweet Inspiration

Have you ever had one of those: Everything-Goes-Wrong-Days? As in kids are late for school, you burned dinner, and the house is a wreck just as guests Read More...

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Three Reasons to Read a Time-Slip Novel This Summer

I first fell in love with time-slip novels after reading Susan Meissner’s THE SHAPE OF MERCY, quickly followed Read More...

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What was in the August Fresh Fiction Box Not To Miss?

August's Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss is full of hot new books! All boxes included Read More...

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Expert clockmaker Ruth Clagan's quest to repair the town clock tower runs into another snag...

Win a copy of the latest Clock Shop Mystery!

CHIME AND PUNISHMENT by Read More...

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Lady Georgie is BACK!

Set a course with Georgie!

ON HER MAJESTY'S FRIGHTFULLY SECRET SERVICE by Read More...

Cozy Corner

Getting Cozy in the Heat

The best way to deal with the heat of summer is to find a place in the shade, or the air conditioning;), and read an incredible mystery. Mysteries full of Read More...

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Top 5 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Date Your Boss

CLAIMING ALEXIS features Blake Anderson, who isn’t thrilled he has to work with the younger, and (so he thinks Read More...

Author News

Gail Ingis | RWA: Romance And The Kitchen . . . Ants

Romance Writer’s of America does it right. A conference in Orlando with all the magic moments, including a trip to Disney. Have you ever been to a conference Read More...

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Adriana Anders | Gruff, Grumpy, and Reclusive: Five Heroes Who Hit all the Right Buttons

There’s a certain hero cocktail that hits all of my buttons. Big and gruff? Check. But a love on the inside. Also check. Scarred and messed up in so Read More...

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Ashlyn Chase | My Path to Publication… (More like my rocky road.)

I’ve always been extremely creative. I missed the clues that I might enjoy writing…like loving my creative writing class in high school and even earning an A+ from Read More...

Fresh Chat

Sherrilyn Kenyon chats 'Dragonsworn'

Miranda Owen: In DRAGONSWORN, Falcyn and Medea are both warriors and have both known bone-deep grief. Do you prefer writing a hero and heroine who have a lot Read More...

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Interview with Kate Baxter, author of ‘The Lost Vampire’

Miranda Owen: What is it about vampires that capture your imagination? Kate Baxter: I’ve always Read More...

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Excerpt: KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAINS

Excerpt from KNIGHT ON THE TEXAS PLAINS

“Don’t mean to pry, and if it’s none of my Read More...

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Author/Reader Match - Liz Maverick

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the "Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may fall Read More...

Author News

Guess what I did last week?

Some conferences are quiet affairs where I get to hang with friends, talk books, and laugh for hours. Readers and 'Rita's is one such conference. There's always something Read More...

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Gail Ingis | A Brief Encounter with Disney

The 2017 Romance Writer's of America National Conference is here in Disney World at the Swan/Dolphin Hotel. In my careers, I've been to lots of conferences Read More...

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Scarlett Cole’s Top Military Heroes

Military heroes are the twofer of romance. They fit the bill of a romantic lead with their alpha ways, rugged good looks, and heroic ways, and provide the double whammy Read More...

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But I Don’t Want Him to Be a Bad Guy: The Trouble with Villains

It’s time for me to make a confession: I hate writing villains. As an author who delights in heists and capers and romantic suspense-y twists, you’d think Read More...

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Susan Fox | The Evolution of Susan Fox’s Blue Moon Harbor

I thought readers might be interested in tracking the evolution of my brand new series. I’d been happily writing the Read More...

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Jus Accardo | The reality of alternate reality

The Infinity Division series follows a group of teens who have the ability to travel between dimensions via a very special device. Each place they go is Earth—generally within Read More...

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Anita DeVito | Secrets and Insider Info

Hello fiction fans. I’m Anita DeVito and I’m thrilled to share exclusive insider information on my latest release LOST Read More...

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A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To Fame And Fortune

I didn’t set out to be an author. From childhood, my career goals were first an airline pilot, then a professional baseball player, and finally a physician. As I Read More...

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Annette M. Irby | Key Elements in Romance Novels

My favorite books are inspirational romance, and I’ve been reading them for over twenty years. I began in publishing with novellas because I used to devour those four-in Read More...

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Ivy Layne | An Excerpt from THE BILLIONAIRE’S SECRET KISS

As fast as I could without running, I walked down the hall to get my purse and keys from the kitchen. A few more seconds and I'd be Read More...

Author News

Dani Pettrey | Bravery

Happy Friday friends, Today I am chatting about bravery. We all exhibit some level of bravery every day. I’m not talking soldiers on the battlefield bravery, they are heroes Read More...

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Q&A with Bestselling Author Jeaniene Frost on her latest title THE SWEETEST BURN

Miranda Owen: What had you doing a series about demons, angels, and other biblical themes? Jeaniene Frost Read More...

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Sophie Jordan talks THE SCANDAL OF IT ALL

Kristen Donnelly: What drew you to writing an older heroine? Sophie Jordan: I’ve been reading Read More...

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Jess Dee | Confessions of a (Mostly) Australian Romance Author

It’s been almost 15 years since I immigrated from South Africa to Australia and began writing romance. In that time, I’ve published 30 books…and struggled with every Read More...

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Exclusive Excerpt: SUDDENLY ENGAGED by Julia London

Kyra opened the fridge, got a beer, and popped the top, unthinkingly taking a deep drink while she pondered her neighbor.

Really, had she thanked him enough Read More...

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Erin Nicholas | The top five challenges of writing a second-chance romance.

Everyone loves a great second-chance romance, right? Two lovers finding each other again. The idea that love conquers all. The romance of never getting over The One and having Read More...

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Liz Crowe | A Lighter Touch

We all know the trends in romance fiction wax and wane, seemingly without logic or pattern. One day it's all about the sexy vampires and military men, the next Read More...

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Julie Hammerle | The Book That Inspired Artificial Sweethearts

My favorite books of all time are the Betsy-Tacy series by Maud Hart Lovelace. They follow three young girls, who become friends at about six-years-old Read More...

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Christina Coryell | When I Do Becomes I Don’t

As a bridesmaid, there are potentially thousands of things the bride could ask a person to do, but one reigns supreme: Make sure the bride makes it down the aisle Read More...

Cozy Corner

Getting Cozy in the Shade

Is it hotter than Hades everywhere? Sweltering heat that makes the pools feel like bathwater, and the lakes a petrie dish for bacteria? We’ve had blistering heat that won Read More...

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Katee Robert | Fiction vs. Reality

I am an indoor kid. I know this is a surprise for exactly zero people who know me, but I prefer some kind of barrier between me and anything resembling Read More...

 

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