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Theodosia Browning investigates a Charleston steeped in tradition and treachery

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How far would you go to get justice for the one you love?

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The trick is to marry for love—a task easier said than done!

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They are part of an elite unit. On task. Off grid.

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True love deserves a second chance . . . .

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Shocking evidence hits close to home...

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Trey had avoided calling on Pete Collins for as long as he could, hoping pressure from the other ranchers would bring him around. Earlier that summer, Colonel Ashwood had Read More...

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Stefanie London | Bad Boys

Not all bad boys are created equal. The Bad Bachelors app is currently helping with women of New York sort Read More...

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Character Perspective | Shoshannah: the ancestral spirit

Throughout the Shifter Wars series, there is one character that is in the background, coming forward when needed Read More...

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Dale Mayer | BRANDON'S BLISS Excerpt

On Sunday at 5:30 a.m. CST but 12:30 p.m. per WAT, Brandon cleared security and walked across the tarmac toward the next, much smaller plane Read More...

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Teen Drama at its Best—and Deadliest

A Review of S.T.A.G.S. by M.A. Bennett

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Gail Ingis | Talking the Talk and Walking The Walk

Spring is in the air, (hopefully) and so is our desire to get into shape. But instead of thinking seasonally when it comes to your health - think long term. I Read More...

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Michelle McLean | 5 Lovable Highland Rogue Requirements

My two favorite elements of historical romances are the settings and the heroes. The settings, because there is nothing like escaping into a different time and place. I love immersing Read More...

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Jus Accardo | 5 Reasons that you'll be Team Kensey

Kensey Deaton, the heroine of my newest book, THE BIG BAD WOLF, is a bit of a rule breaker. She Read More...

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Thirsty: Meet Vanessa Velasco

Hi, I'm Mia Hopkins and I write supersexy contemporary romance. My latest release, THIRSTY, is about an ex-convict Read More...

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Exclusive Excerpt: NOT QUITE CRAZY by Catherine Bybee

Owen laughed every time he looked at her. The swelling had reached its height by Sunday morning, and by the afternoon the red and purple weren't colors she Read More...

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Five Reasons to Avoid Everton, PA

Everton, PA is the fictional setting for my latest release, NIGHT OF THE FLOOD – a collaborative "novel in stories" featuring Read More...

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Merrie Destefano | The Killer Twist

One of the key elements when writing either suspense or comedy is the use of the reversal twist. It needs to be foreshadowed, so the reader will believe it when Read More...

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Diana Rodriguez Wallach | Real Teens Are Saving The World, Just like in YA

Young adult authors are sometimes accused of writing unrealistic narratives—teens who save intergalactic worlds, start revolutions, or end The Hunger Games. Where are the parents? We're Read More...

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Lynn H. Blackburn | What cake is better than anything?

I'm a Southern girl, and in the South we love to feed people. In good times and in bad, food is often the currency we use to demonstrate our Read More...

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Mimi Jean Pamfiloff | My All-Time TOP 5 Favorite Things VAMPIRE! (Muahaha…)

It's not a mystery! You gotta love vampires if you're going to write them. But you also have to know a lot about the lore if you're Read More...

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Kathy Lyons | Guess What I'm Doing This Week!

So I've been doing some weird things this week. Guess what they are…

  1. Running around the neighborhood yelling, "The Grizzlies are here Read More...

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S.D. Grimm | Bromance Done Right

I am so excited to be back on Fresh Fiction today! Thank you guys for having me! So my new book, Read More...

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Sheryl Nantus | Las Vegas – more than just a pretty face!

Whenever you mention Las Vegas, you always think of the gambling – and why not, the casinos dominate the skyline and almost every vacation image you see include a shot of Read More...

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Sweet Teasers for New Mysteries

This week I'm featuring four new mysteries you can't pass up. These four authors have supplied a variety of different types of mysteries to choose from—like the Read More...

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Maryann Jordan | Zander: Hearo's at Heart (A modern Day Fairytale)

Zander drove down the street, the homes on either side seeming much smaller than when he was younger.

"Looks different, doesn't it?" Rafe asked from the

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Sara Baysinger | Top 5 reasons I love to Write Slow-Burn Romances

When I was writing THE VANISHING SPARK OF DUSK, there was no question in my mind that the romance would Read More...

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Reader-Author Match | Michelle Hazen

Writes: Music-lover’s romance. My latest release PLAYING THE PAUSES, standalone Book #2 in the Read More...

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Carter Wilson | Do Not Write What You Know

I hate the adage "write what you know." Hate it. But I don't hate it because it's wrong. As an author, there are plenty of things about your Read More...

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Amanda Cabot | When Dreams Come True – An Eclectic Guide to Paris

Do you ever dream of going to Paris? That was my dream from the time I was a small child living in Texas. When some neighbors returned from a trip Read More...

History ReFreshed

Wily Women

There's something about the cold and gloom of winter that makes it the perfect time to snuggle up by the fire or the heater with a hot beverage and Read More...

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Stacy McKitrick / Five Authors Who Inspired Me:

Shhh… Don't tell anyone, but writing has not been a life-long dream of mine. Oh sure, I wrote some in high school and loved it, but that was Read More...

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Author/Reader Match: S.M. West

WRITES: Contemporary romance and romantic suspense with my latest release, GREEN, releasing on February 28, 2018. ABOUT Read More...

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Q&A with Xavier Stirling from XAVIER: THE CONTRACT

Here's a Q&A with Xavier Stirling, the (fictional) hero in the steamy romantic suspense book written by Miranda P. Charles called Read More...

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Carolyn Brown | The Sometimes Sisters Top 5 List

Hello to Sara and all y'all at Fresh Fiction. I always enjoy myself, whether it's a book club visit by phone, Ritas & Readers event or having the Read More...

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Caroline Linden | Five Things about Gaming in Regency London

In Regency England, gaming was The Thing. It was Snapchat and Tindr and the cinnamon challenge rolled into one, bold and daring and personally risky. My new series, Read More...

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Meet Kate Carley

Writes: Small-town contemporary romance. I'm launching my new series, Crawford Falls, beginning with the Read More...

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Jennifer Gracen | Top 6 Things I Love About The Harrisons

When IT MIGHT BE YOU comes out, it will be the final book of Read More...

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Brooklyn Ann: Taking the Internet by Storm

Author to Watch Brooklyn Ann is keeping busy through March with a blog tour in support of her latest romance Read More...

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There's a new Hockey team in town!

Be there when the puck drops… Join New York Times Bestselling Author Sawyer Bennett this fall when the Arizona Vengeance take center ice for Read More...

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Alice Gaines | What makes a man a hero?

I have to admit I like nice men, both in my real life and in the stories I write. Although my favorite fictional hero of all time is Mr. Rochester Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

You know that frustration you feel when your computer is behaving badly but you're so in love, you can't bear to break up with it? Turns out that Read More...

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Hidden Cities Cover reveal

Hidden Cities is a series of horror and dark fantasy fiction novels by Tim Lebbon and Christopher Golden. "Mind the Gap" was the first novel in the Hidden Read More...


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