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It’s for her protection that he keeps the secret, but inside he’s dying to tell her.


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He'll challenge the ultimate evil--for the woman he loves.


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A second chance...to steal her heart.


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The Marquis of Wythebury is expecting an ordinary Christmas—until he meets the mischievous Miss Prim


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A crippling fear of the future is rooted in the past.


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Their beautiful love and marriage will be tested to the limits through twists and turns before the dramatic final outcome readers will love.



Holidays and great reads in December


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Excerpt from WOLF UNLEASHED

Lacey browsed the selection of Blu-ray discs that Alex had set out on the coffee table, trying to imagine him picking them out at a Redbox kiosk. Romantic Read More...

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Karen Harper | Stepping Back Into History, THE ROYAL NANNY

My historical novels so far (seven and counting) have featured the lives of real historical British women, usually royal. Several featured Queen Elizabeth I; I also wrote about an Irish Read More...

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Anna Schmidt | A Life's Journey...

LAST CHANCE COWBOYS: THE LAWMAN the second in my Where the Read More...

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TEMPEST IN THE HIGHLANDS by May McGoldrick

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One moment, Miranda was gasping for more air. The next, her very existence depended on how close she could get to him. The touch of his Read More...

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Why We Love Christmas Movies

The other night, I was watching the end of a Hallmark channel movie when my Read More...

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Jane Peden | Why do Opposites Attract?

Why is it that so often, in fiction and in life, opposites attract? It’s the perfect set-up for a romance and we see it time and time again Read More...

Breaking News

Check out the TweetChat with Stephanie Scott

Stephanie Scott (@StephScottYA) joined us for lunch today, her release day for ALTERATIONS for our TweetChat hosted by Tammie Barker! If you missesd the fun -- we talked about books, role Read More...

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Samantha Chase | What's on Your Christmas List?

Hey, Everyone! Samantha Chase here getting ready for my favorite time of year!! Besides having a new book out – which is always a cause for celebration – I am super excited Read More...

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Jody Holford | When Art imitates Life

My daughter was reading my upcoming release, MORE THAN FRIENDS when she laughed out loud and said, “Mom, dad brings Read More...

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Abbie Roads | Music and Manuscripts

Do you listen to music while you read? Maybe I’m weird, but I’ve never been able to listen to music that has lyrics while I’m reading. I Read More...

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Kendra C. Highley | My Favorite Sports Films

I’ve written my share of athletes—snowboarders, outfielders, and point guards—mainly because of a love of sports. My dad is a rabid Texas Rangers fan, and there was Read More...

Cozy Corner

Getting Cozy with Charli Rae

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Behind The Scenes Of BETTER OFF THREAD, By Amanda Lee

When I decided to write BETTER OFF THREAD, I knew I wanted to write a Christmas book and I knew Read More...

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Vanessa Vane | Why Montana?

I get asked why I write all my books about Montana. There are a number of reasons, so I have to break it down for you.

  1. Read More...

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CO-AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Amalie Howard and Angie Morgan Interview Each Other

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Gail Ingis | The Agony And The Ecstasy

Pain and pleasure. Entrepreneurs find out the hard way about earning a living. If you have a job, keep it until your dream comes to fruition. For me, I Read More...

News and Announcements

Happy Holidays - The Christmas Box from Fresh Fiction Box Not To Miss

The first batch of Christmas boxes are Read More...

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Jenna Bayley-Burke | Romance And Chocolate

All I need to be happy is a comfy spot to curl up with a warm blanket and a great romance novel. Where the only sound is the tapping of Read More...

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Kerry Adrienne | Meet Derek Poole (from PURSUING THE BEAR)

Character Interview (Perspective): Meet park ranger and woodworker, Derek Poole from PURSUING THE BEAR

“Sure!” Oh crap, that was Read More...

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SECRETS by Lindsay McKenna and an EXCLUSIVE EXCERPT!

Hi Dear Readers! Well, it’s that time again! My next Delos series book, SECRETS, is available, released on 11 Read More...

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Explore the Royal-Kagan Shifter World

Their bond is heaven on earth...but it could tear their pack apart. Ethan Jager is forced to hide behind a false identity as his pack Read More...

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Carole Mortimer | Celebration of a Brave New World!

I can’t believe it’s two years ago this month that I clicked to ‘publish’ the pre-order for my very first Indie book. And today is publication day Read More...

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Joanne Dannon | Every Heroine is Different

“Variety's the very spice of life, that gives it all its flavour.” William Cowper. Recently I read a post about readers liking their heroines to be strong and decisive Read More...

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Julie Anne Long | Finding the Perfect Songs for WILD AT WHISKEY CREEK

Julie Anne Long's latest novel WILD AT WHISKEY CREEK releases today. To make the characters feel real, Long spent time curating the perfect playlist to inspire her writing. She Read More...

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Donna Michaels | Cowboy vs Military Hero

Hello, I’m thrilled to be here on Fresh Fiction and to talk to you about two of my favorite subjects: Cowboy Heroes, and Military Heroes. I write hot, humorous Read More...

Cozy Corner

Small Press Cozies for Cyber Monday

What better way to celebrate Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday, than by featuring a few of my favorite e-book authors and publishers! I find it very appealing to Read More...

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Lindsay McKenna | Stalked!

What would you do if you were being stalked? Those who have had it happen (and I have), realize the terror of feeling like a hunted quarry and it’s Read More...

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Cowboy Rising: Meet Daniel MacKinnon

Hi, I’m Mia Hopkins and I write supersexy cowboy romance. My newest release, COWBOY RISING, is about an introverted Read More...

Special Occasions = Extraordinary Recipes

Kate Carlisle | California Christmas Potatoes

New York Times bestselling mystery author Kate Carlisle is a native Californian who worked in television production for many years before turning to writing. Kate also studied acting and Read More...

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Tina Gabrielle | Orgins of My Characters (You'll never guess!)

Hello Fresh Fiction! Thank you for inviting me to celebrate my newest release, REAL EARLS BREAK THE RULE. It’s Read More...

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The Ultimate Guide to Tortured, Scarred Heroes

They’re a sign of your strength. That you’ve been tested like no other man and you emerged victorious. You will always be victorious. They make me Read More...

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Dev & Meda– Inside the Characters of THE WATCHER, Crossing Realms Book 2

Meda regarded him silently. “What is ‘Dev’ short for?”

“Devlyn.” He laughed half-heartedly. “It means brave. Or misfortune. Take your pick.”
And that just about Read More...

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Lena Gregory | A Glimpse Into the Future

DEATH AT FIRST SIGHT, which released on November 1st, is the first book in the Read More...

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5 Series I Love by Jennifer L. Armentrout

  1. Sarah J. Maas A Court of Thorn and Roses Series
The fantasy hooks you in with realistic portrayals of PSTD, something you Read More...

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Susannah Hardy | Who Am I?

One of the things I get asked a lot is what I’d be if I weren’t a writer. I always give a little giggle inside when I hear Read More...

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Victoria Thompson | What's happening whilst Mrs. Brandt is enjoying her honeymoon?

While the cat’s away… Sarah Brandt and Frank Malloy are enjoying their honeymoon, and while they’re away, their family and friends solve a mystery in Read More...

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Too Much Christmas? Not in Rudolph, New York.

Most of us would agree that Christmas can come too soon. We complain (I certainly do) about decorations in the stores and seasonal ads on TV before summer’s even Read More...

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Top Five Reasons to Fall in Love with your Neighbor

When Allison, the main character in TROPHY WIFE, divorces her rich, selfish husband, she’s left with almost no money Read More...

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California Christmas Potatoes ala Kate Carlisle

New York Times bestselling mystery author Kate Carlisle is a native Californian who worked in television production for many years before turning to writing. Kate also studied acting and Read More...

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A former child Star Makes her Come-back, but is MURDER far behind?

Interview with Jana Lane and Brian Otley from RAG DOLL, the fifth Jana Lane mystery Interviewer: Welcome Jana Read More...

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Elle Q. Sabine | Niche Romantica and the Tattoo Artist

What's your favorite romance? What was your first? Did you name an author, a title, or did you go with an entire genus? We are all familiar with the Read More...

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Elizabeth Heiter | The “Why” in Crime: Creating a Behavioral Profile

In real life, when there’s a horrible, seemingly inexplicable crime, people crowd around the TV to watch interviews with the people who knew the perpetrator best, wanting to know Read More...

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Brenda Drake | My Supernatural Obsession

There’s something thrilling about a bone-chilling supernatural story. From Stephen King to the television series, Supernatural, I Read More...

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Avery Flynn | Modernizing the Grumpy Duke

Historical romance - Regency in particular - is my crack. I love it. I can’t write it, but OH MY GOD do I love it - like a freak, obviously. One of Read More...

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Kyra Jacobs | Not Gonna Be "That Mom"

Being a writer is one of my many roles, but the most important role I play is as mom to my two boys. Sporty kids ages 9 and 14, between Read More...

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Cynthia Ruchti | Counting the Cost of a Makeover

It may not be true of all novelists, but one of the aspects of storytelling I find soul-satisfying is the ability to experiment with careers I never had, visit Read More...

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Lenora Worth | The Making of Sleigh Bells Ring

In the South, we get excited about our stories. When we hear someone shout, “Y’all ain’t gonna believe this!” we all gather round because we want to hear Read More...

History ReFreshed

The Mystery Of The East

We’ll continue our exploration of the exotic this month with a group of novels set in the Far East, in lands full of beauty, rich in history and culture Read More...

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Barbara White Daille | Bad Luck…or the Best Luck of All?

I’m currently celebrating the book birthday of SNOWBOUND WITH MR. WRONG, a story in my new series, Snowflake Valley Read More...

Cozy Corner

Getting Cozy and Giving Thanks

November is an important month for our country. It’s a month of freedom and expression. It’s a month of giving thanks to the men and women who’ve Read More...

Author News

Christina McKnight | Why Is Christmas Special to Me?

Oh, Christmas! As an adult, the holiday is my favorite because of the natural good cheer and festive nature around every corner. I find myself a little more patient when Read More...

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DiAnn Mills | How to Rock Your Character's World

I've always wanted to rock climb, and when I studied the skill, I realized rock climbing and scaling heights with my hero had a lot in common. Both require Read More...

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Margaret Brownley | Where Do Book Ideas Originate?

The idea for LEFT AT THE ALTAR came to me in a rather unexpected way. Several of our antique clocks Read More...

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Behind the Scenes with Raine Miller

Blackstone Dynasty was inspired by a trip I made to Boston back in early 2013. While sightseeing in the city Read More...

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Author/Reader Match with Mary Burton

Writes: Contemporary romantic suspense merges my love of both the romance and the suspense/thriller genre. RS enables me to present protagonists pursuing justice amid life’s scarily Read More...

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Excerpt from Susan Stoker's RESCUING HARLEY

“So? What do you think?” Tommy asked his friend, Beckett “Coach” Ralston, as they stood inside the small office at the Waco Skydiving Club looking out at the group Read More...

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Stefanie London | What's Under the Tree?

Hi Fresh Fiction readers!

If we haven’t met before, I’m Stefanie London. Lovely to meet you! As I’m writing this message I’m already in Read More...

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Is Crime Fiction Entertainment?

I belong to several online readers groups, and that question has been coming up frequently, lately. I’m glad to see it being discussed. For me – no. I DON’T Read More...

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Lynnette Austin | All About PICTURE PERFECT WEDDING

First of all, I’m so happy to be here today! PICTURE PERFECT WEDDING is the third book in my Read More...

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Ali Brandon | A Close-Up Look At Black Kitties

When I first started writing the Black Cat Bookshop Mystery series for Berkley Prime Crime, our current feline companions happened Read More...

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Jenn McKinlay | Catcher in the Rye could help solve a COLD case!

A cold case. Just that term makes my spine tingle and the hair prickles on the back of my neck. A mystery that remains unsolved for years due to lack Read More...

 

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