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A darkly addictive novel of seduction and psychological obsession


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She Trusts Him For the Job, But Can She Trust Him With Her Heart?


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Brethren of the Coast


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Love knows no boundary.


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He survived combat…but will he fight for love?


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Timeless Love!


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If you love the Dark Protectors, these wicked hot Realm Enforcers are for you!



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Best in romance: sweet, hot and in between

Fall in love with Sunshine, ID all over again!

Once again Jill Shalvis has caused me absolutely no sleep! This is actually fine by me as long as she keeps writing stories with loving characters and of course Read More...

Young Adult Musings

Beach Reads: YA Thriller Edition

Finding the perfect beach read is different for every person. Some prefer a nice swoony romance with lots of fluff, and others might prefer a sweeping historical drama to curl Read More...

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6 Things I Learned About Writing Suspense from Reading Suspense.

Looking back now, I realize that every time I picked up a book as a kid, I was learning to write—especially suspense. In junior high, before Read More...

History ReFreshed

From Grit To Glamour: Between The Wars

Who doesn’t love to peek into the lives of the rich, famous and influential? To spark your summer reading, this month we will take a look at protagonists (some Read More...

Books Not To Miss

Top Sellers in June include...

Top Books You Don't Want To Miss!

Ready for some great reads? Then check out these books out now Read More...

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Lena North | Two big dogs, lack of privacy and a soggy tennis ball

There are two big, black dogs in my life. Oh, yeah, I have two teenage daughters and a husband as well – but somehow they never seem to take up nearly Read More...

Author News

I write, and I paint. Is it possible to do both? Really?

Comic book visuals that captured the hearts of America, mystified me. My pencil crossed the blank page pulling lines to create yesteryear's super heroine, Wonder Woman. I don Read More...

Into the Night

The Ultimate Summer Reading List

Here in Toronto, the sun is finally out, and it looks like it’s here to stay. Many people have thrown on the shorts and sunglasses, and color splashes every Read More...

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Olivia Dade | Not-So-Easy Rider

“I need to learn to ride a bike.” Sarah didn’t try to hide her grimace. “By the middle of next week. Even though riding one of those Read More...

Cozy Corner

Interview with Lorraine Bartlett (Lorna Barrett, LL Bartlett)

A mystery is not an easy endeavor to take on as a writer, and writing one great mystery after another, is even harder. Yet for a few exceptional writers, it Read More...

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A.M. Griffin | Second Chance Love

“Second Chances” was a thing before it was a trope. I think everyone at some point or another has thought about that long lost love, the what-if’s and Read More...

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Interview with the Gianna York Elmsworth from THE LADY WHO SAW TOO MUCH

Cursed with prophetic visions and desperate to atone for a death she could have prevented, Gianna York swears she will never again ignore the chance to save a Read More...

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Mari Manning | Writing about Cops

I never thought much about cops until I started writing them. Sure, there were times when I sped past a radar-toting cop in a cruiser, and my heart leapt Read More...

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Isabella Alan | Bigfoot Comes to Town

MURDER, HANDCRAFTED is the fifth novel in the Amish Quilt Shop Read More...

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Shelley Freydont | Recipe for a Gilded Age Murder

When I was asked to give the perfect set of circumstances for a historical mystery, I didn’t have to think long. It’s just like putting Read More...

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Amanda Carmack | Mary, Queen of Scots at Fontainebleau

One of the biggest perks of writing historical fiction is the research! I am a library junkie, and could spend way too much time digging through dusty Read More...

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Tawna Fenske reveals 5 weird things she researched for her new romantic comedy, THE HANG UP

Do you ever glance at the windows open in your internet browser and realize you’d have a lot of explaining to do if someone walked up behind you? That Read More...

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Tracy Deebs | My Top 10 Favorite Beatles’ Songs

I’m so excited to be here today talking about The SECRET LIFE OF A DREAM GIRL, my Read More...

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Mike Dellosso | Dancing with the Devil: How I Create Fictional Villains without Becoming a Real-Life One

I kill people. And for the most part I make sure they stay dead. No, this isn’t an admission of guilt that will now land me on the front Read More...

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A Cover Reveal -- THIS IS OUR SONG

The fourth Shaughnessy brother will meet his match in December! New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Samantha Chase crafts a tender, hopeful Read More...

Author News

Coney Island Pumping Station Update

Back in the day, the Coney Island Pumping Station saved many lives and properties by providing high-pressure water to firefighters. Educator Merryl Kafka wanted to drive that point Read More...

Fresh Chat

Bonnie Vanak | 'The Mating Season' and why Montana Shifters are the sexiest

Bonnie Vanak is no stranger to a full plate. She released two new novels in her Werewolves of MontanaRead More...

Cozy Corner

Summertime Crime Spree

There’s nothing better than sitting on the porch reading a mystery with a summer breeze and a tall glass of iced tea. Unless of course, I’m lying on Read More...

Young Adult Musings

Catching Up on Series

Last year, I did a post on a few series with new books out, and it was so popular that I thought it was time for another. With so many Read More...

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A.J. Hartley | Where Do Book Ideas Originate?

STEEPLEJACK: hybridity or when the books you thought you were writing turns into something else. I had ideas for two Read More...

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An Interview with Zeke Driscoll, one of the heroes in TWO DOMS FOR KARA by Anya Summers

What is your name? Do you have a nickname? Zeke Driscoll. The only other name I respond to is Master or Sir. Where were Read More...

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Katie Ruggle | Five Ways I Pretend I’m Not Procrastinating When I Should Be Writing

  1. Research! For research purposes, I type “best fuel to use in an improvised explosive” into the browser search bar. Two hours later, I Read More...

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Jennifer Shirk | Why the Jersey Shore Makes a Great Small-Town Setting

Hi, all, Jennifer here. Some of you may (or may not) know that a majority of the books that I've written usually take place in some sort of small Read More...

Fresh Chat

A conversation with Sarah-Jane Stratford

If you're a fan of Foyle's War, Downton Abbey or Read More...

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DiAnn Mills | Thesaurus - A Treasure Box

While touring the Acropolis Museum in Greece, I stumbled upon a stone relic that caused me to smile, as though I’d just learned a powerful secret. The English translation Read More...

Writing a Woman's Life

Meet Anita Hughes, author of ISLAND IN THE SEA: A Majorca Love Story

Juliet Lyman is a senior executive at Yesterday Records. Music is her passion and she's very good at her job. That's why her famously philanthropic boss Gideon sends Read More...

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Band of Bachelors: Alex is here!

I had so much fun with Alex and Sydney in BAND OF BACHELORS: ALEX, which comes out today in all Read More...

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James Lear | An excerpt from THE SUN GOES DOWN

Mitch Mitchell needs a vacation, and he is determined to make the most of his trip to the Mediterranean island of Gozo. Death never takes a break however, and at Read More...

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Melia Alexander | Secret Indulgences

Anyone who knows me knows just how much I adores me some dark chocolate. The 72% variety that pairs wonderfully with a cup of coffee, a glass of red wine Read More...

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Tamara Mataya | Taboo tropes: just plain wrong, or wrong in all the right ways?

The older I get, the more I’m against the concept of ‘guilty’ pleasures. You want that cupcake, go for it! You want to put off the laundry and binge Read More...

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L.P. Maxa | On Bad Boy Rockers with Hearts of Gold

The fourth book in L.P. Maxa’s The Devil’s Share series Read More...

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Tee O’Fallon | Behind The Scenes–My Inspiration For Burnout, NYPD Blue & Gold Series, Book 1

Many people have asked me what my inspiration was for writing BURNOUT. Answering that question is a piece-a-cake Read More...

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Sheila Connolly | Small Town in a Big City

Cozy and traditional mysteries usually take place in small towns with quirky characters and bakeries, and kittens and puppies. The Museum Read More...

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Mary Kennedy | Can You Unlock The Secret Of Your Dreams?

Ali and Taylor Blake and the Dream Club members think they can! If you’ve been following my cozy series set in Savannah, you’ll know that the ladies in Read More...

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Kay Finch | The Cat’s Voice

By Hitchcock, of the Bad Luck Cat Mysteries by Kay Finch

Cats aren't often asked Read More...

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How to Look Like a Domestic Diva Without Really Trying

I have been accused of being a bit of a domestic diva. That’s not surprising with books like Read More...

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Author Interview with Janet Finsilver

What genre do you write in? I write a cozy mystery series with an amateur sleuth. I like the elements of this genre. There are interesting characters and Read More...

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Lisa Harris | Up close with Nikki Boyd

When my publisher asked me to make my heroine, Special Agent Nikki Boyd, the lead character in a brand new series that focuses on a Missing Persons Task Force, I Read More...

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Carrie Stuart Parks | Never Give Up Your Dream

“. . . let us run with endurance the race that is set before us,” Hebrews 12:1 THE BONES WILL SPEAK Read More...

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Paige Tyler | My Top 3 Favorite Summer Blockbuster Movies

Hubby (who is my writing partner) and I spend a lot of our time writing, especially on the weekends. In fact, we probably get about 80 percent of our actual Read More...

Into the Night

You're My Hero: Male POVs in Romance and Urban Fantasy

With the celebration of Father’s Day this month, I wanted to take a moment here to talk about the presence of men in books. In Urban Fantasy and Paranormal Read More...

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Trish Perry | Why Do Rivalry Romances Work?

Pride and Prejudice’s Elizabeth Bennet despises Mr. Darcy for his judgmental haughtiness. In Bridget Jones’ Diary, the modern-day retelling of that novel, Bridget initially Read More...

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Debby Mayne | From Rivalry to Romance

Romantic tension is essential in true-to-life relationships as well as fictional love stories. It's the tension that keeps things sizzling. That sensation may start with a biting Read More...

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Marie Harte | My Top Five Favorite Scenes From TEST DRIVE

Marie Harte stopped by to share with us! So, without further ado, here are five mouth watering scenes from her latest book: Read More...

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Cathyrn Fox | Summer

For those who know me know how much I love summer. Which begs the question, why do you live in Nova Scotia where winters are eight months Read More...

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Samantha Chase | 5 Vacation Retreat Spots

In JORDAN’S RETURN, she’s taking her kids on a month-long vacation to help her Read More...

Fresh Chat

Kat Martin | Back with INTO THE WHIRLWIND

Last week Kat Martin published her latest novel INTO THE WHIRLWIND to great fanfare here at Fresh Read More...

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Dawn Ryder | Preparing for Release Day

Now that is a giant topic! Preparing for release day begins before you ever sell a book. In the case of Read More...

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M.J. Eason | Do Overs

Do you ever wish you could go back in time and simply erase the parts of your life that suck? I think we all have parts of our past that Read More...

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Hope Irving | The Ultimate Female Warrior

Ever since I watched the TV series, I’ve always been fascinated by Wonder Woman. Lynda Carter really pulled off that tiara-camisole-shorts look which could Read More...

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Gayle Leeson | Hide and Watch Me!

By Aunt Bess from THE CALAMITY CAFÉ by Read More...

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Laura Bradford | I Heart Winnie

While ÉCLAIR AND PRESENT DANGER is the debut book in my new Read More...

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Kate Carlisle | Hardcover vs. Paperback: Which Is Better?

The first book in my Bibliophile Mystery series was Read More...

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Julie Hammerle | Kiki’s Mixtape

Music is a huge part of THE SOUND OF US. Kiki Nichols, the main character, is always searching for songs Read More...

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Celebrate the one year anniversary of Fresh Fiction Box Not to Miss!

We are so excited that our latest venture is now one! Check out all the books included in our first custom pink Read More...

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Loree Lough | Choosing a Hero (or How NOT to Fall for Your Leading Man)

Any author worth her salt knows what readers want in a romance novel hero: He needs to be handsome. Successful. Kindhearted, but not a pushover. Romantic, but not in a Read More...

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Paula K. Parker | Sibling Rivalry, Supermodels and a Biblical Novel

One question I am frequently asked is, “Where inspired your books?” For “SISTERS OF LAZARUS; Beauty Unveiled,” it was sibling rivalry, a song and supermodels. Whenever I have read the Read More...

Fresh Chat

Tosca Lee | On The Blood Countess Elizabeth Bathory, Traveling, and Suspense

Tosca Lee, author of THE PROGENY, sits down with Fresh Fiction reviewer Debbie Wiley to talk about Read More...

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Kristin Miller | The inspiration for DESIRING RED, a dark and dirty tale

There are many things that inspire my books: movies, songs, quotes, and Facebook memes, to name a few. Sometimes it’s difficult to pinpoint the exact moment Read More...

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Jess Haines' SMOKE AND MIRRORS

"Kickass start to a new UF series with dragons and mages"

"SMOKE AND MIRRORS is the first book in the new Blackhollow Academy young adult/new adult contemporary Read More...

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Susan Fox | Ready to fall into a burning Ring of Fire? #GIVEAWAY

Hi there! Did the title of my blog hook you? I hope so. Titles are important, right? When it comes to a book’s title, the author Read More...

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An Exclusive Excerpt from DEVIL AND THE DEEP by Julie Ann Walker

Second in NYT & USAT bestselling author Julie Ann Walker’s new romantic suspense series featuring former navy SEALs The former SEALs of The Deep Read More...

Cozy Corner

Irish’d for a New Cozy from Kylie Logan

And it came true! Kylie Logan is just one of the many pseudonyms used by National Bestselling Author, Casey Daniels. To the enjoyment of many, she released Read More...

Fresh Fiction Blog

It's Always Fun To Be First: Meet #Scorched Authors

Entangled Publishing has just launched its new erotic romance imprint and the four launch authors are dishing about why they decide to make the jump to erotic Read More...

Fresh Chat

Cynthia Eden | On TORN, Killers, and Loving Strong Heroes

Cynthia Eden’s latest book, TORN, comes out today and with it she continues weaving the story of her Last Option Search Team. Eden chatted with our Read More...

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Julieanne Lynch | UNBREAK ME Music Playlist

When I first sat down to write UNBREAK ME, I knew from the get go exactly how the story would Read More...

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Julie Castle | The Story Behind the "story"

The story behind the story of BOUND TO SERVE

  1. The first thing you need to know Read More...

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My Memorial Day Memories

When I was a little girl the last weekends in May leading up to Memorial Day were filled with red poppies and chicken bar-b-que. Yes Read More...

History ReFreshed

Merrie Olde England

In May, thoughts turn to the May Pole dances and Spring celebrations in Merrie Olde England. This month’s selections illumine the worlds of court and entertainment Read More...

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Tracy Wolff | What does LOVEGAME's Veronica and Heath Ledger have in Common?

Hi Everyone :-) I’m so excited to be here today with a sneak peek of my June 7th release, Read More...

Author News

Gail Ingis | Color For Interior Design

Spain and Portugal . . . according to history, the two countries intermarried, so when Isabella pawned her jewels to raise funds for discoveries of new lands, it brought them great Read More...

Author News

Men of Legend Are Galloping Your Way!

They are men…They are brothers…They are Legends I’m so excited about my brand new historical western romance series that will kick off on October 4 Read More...

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Liana LeFey | The Making of an Eighteenth Century “Superhero”

For me, making the hero for TO LOVE A LIBERTINE wasn’t about giving a guy in Read More...

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Kristina Knight's Top 5 Vacation Spots

I love to travel - short trips, long trips (but, really, are any trips long enough?), weekend trips and daytrips. I usually say 'anywhere with a beach', but in reality if Read More...

 

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