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She's found refuge in the man sent to kill her...


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He’ll keep her safe…but can he keep his distance?


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Will the secrets they’re keeping tear them apart—or get them both killed?


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There’s no such thing as a little in love . . .


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What happens when the rescuer must be rescued?


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He's a mistake she can't afford to make... and a temptation she can't resist.


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Family, second chances--and the connections that bring women together in hope and healing. . .



Hearts and Love, great reads in February


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Author, Blogger, Historian, Writing happily ever after, one book at a time.

The writing bug bit me when I decided to create a copy of Albert Bierstadt’s, “Domes of Yosemite.” What? You were painting and that’s when you wanted Read More...

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Chris Cannon, Why I Write About Dragons

Hello, my name is Chris Cannon. I’m a speech therapist by day, and an author who writes shape-shifting dragons by night. The Read More...

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Sheryl Nantus | Viva Las Vegas!

I remember the first time I visited Las Vegas – striding down the ramp and out into the terminal, eager to pick up my bags and head out for my hotel Read More...

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Julie Cross | Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby: Examining Sex in YA Literature

The room where it happens...keep it lit or fade to black? In her renowned 1975 novel, FOREVER, Judy Blume Read More...

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Mary Balogh chats about 'SOMEONE TO HOLD': part one

Miranda Owen: After reading SOMEONE TO LOVE, I was Read More...

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Interview with Kerrigan Byrne, author of 'THE DUKE'

Miranda Owen: Each hero in your Victorian RebelsRead More...

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Barbara Crane | A Sense of Place

Until I wrote a historical novel set where I lived nearly all my life, I didn’t really know the place. My latest novel, Read More...

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Nan Comargue | Nerds and the Woman Who Love Them

I can’t be the only one who finds Sheldon Cooper from the hit show The Big Bang TheoryRead More...

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Laura Spinella Author/Reader Match

Writes: Across genre! However, be assured there’s a love story in all Laura Spinella novels—hotter love stories in my L. J. Wilson Clairmont Series Novels. But Read More...

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Jamie Beck's Heroine Shares Her Top 5 Favorite Romance Novels

Thank you so much for hosting me to talk about my recent release, UNEXPECTEDLY HERS. Fans of the Read More...

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On sale for ONE week only! HIS FANTASY BRIDE 75% off

HIS FANTASY BRIDE, by Nina Croft is on sale! Only 99 cents (usual price $3.99) for one Read More...

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Fran Stewart | Am I in There Somewhere?

Like most authors, I get frequent questions about how much of myself is in my books, and I always have to think about how to answer. On the one hand Read More...

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Something Sweet with Sandra Bretting

Missy Dubois is the definition of southern charm in the small town of Bleu Bayou, Louisiana. She’s got sass and spunk, with a style everyone wants—and Read More...

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Suzi Jennings | Change: the challenges and the rewards

2016 was a year of changes in my life. We closed a business, moved house, and my first book, this one, was prepared for publication. All three changes required a Read More...

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Elizabeth Heiter | Getting into the Mind of a Madman with Criminal Profiling

I’m fascinated by criminal profilers, like the heroine of my Profiler series, Evelyn Baine. She can go Read More...

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Five Reasons to Give the Villain Another Chance

  1. It’s Unexpected
What? The “bad girl” in book two is the heroine of book three? Are you Read More...

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What enjoyments do I find in writing historical romance?

Many people use reading as a means to escape reality and step into another life; one filled with glamour, intrigue, and adventure. The genre doesn’t always matter, it is Read More...

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Getting the Shaft Fairy Tale Style

I love fairy tales. As you might have guessed since the books in my Bachelor Auction series are Read More...

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Sex and Activism: How writing erotic novels pushes the sex-positive movement forward

Ever since I was younger, I wanted to be a writer. Never in a million years did I think that sex was what I’d be writing aboutRead More...

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Kari Lynn Dell | Rodeo in Texas

TANGLED IN TEXAS in 6 words. The rodeo cowboy version of Rocky. Favorite thing to Read More...

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Men at Work – 10 Romances that will Satisfy your Need for a Hot Man with Callused Hands

I’ve never been much for a billionaire hero. Partly because I don’t brush shoulders with many men from the top 1% and I’ve never seen the point Read More...

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Excerpt from RECKLESS HEARTS

Lia bounced on her toes, pride in her eyes as she grabbed hold of Travis’s wrist and held on tight. “Colly, meet Travis. Travis, meet—”

“The Read More...

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Sarah Hawthorne | Which Alpha-Hero are you spending your Valentine’s Day with?

Is he shirtless? A manipulative jerk? Or even an alpha-hole? Alphas come in all shapes and sizes and I enjoy pretty much all of them. For me, a successful Read More...

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Liz Crowe | Time to get TAPPED

You can craft a novel about a second chance at love, a young/first love, a May-December love, an older man meets young virgin love, surprise/chance meeting love Read More...

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Character Perspective: Meet Sandra Owen's Newest Hero

The Gentry brothers, Alex, Court, and Nate, are undercover FBI agents. They own a biker bar, Aces & Eights, as a cover for covert operations. The first book in the Read More...

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Miranda James | Writing the Series Sleuth

All my mystery novels have featured amateur detectives. The main reason for this is that I have always enjoyed mysteries with amateur sleuths, ever since I discovered Nancy Drew at Read More...

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Krista Davis | Can Your Dog Get You a Date?

A friend of mine once had a date show up with a pillowcase. It contained his snake. No kidding. If that had been me, the relationship would have ended on Read More...

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Erica Cameron | Romance, Sexuality, and Fantasy

There are endless choices to make when building a fantasy world. Landscape. Plants. Animals. Weather patterns. Clothes. Government. Religion. Sexuality. The shape of all these things are in the hands Read More...

History ReFreshed

IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER—Alienor of Aquitaine

As frost immobilizes the ground and chill winds blow, I think of cold castles and harsh rulers—which brings to mind the medieval period, and one of my favorite historical Read More...

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My Boyfriend is a Demigod—An exclusive interview with Belinda Loring

Interviewer: We here at True World Teen are delighted to welcome Belinda Loring. She’s here to fill us in on behind-the-scene gossip to recent shocking Read More...

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Author/Reader Match with Noelle Adams

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I write sexy, trope-driven contemporary romance with realistic character development, humor, and emotion. My current release, Read More...

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Julie Hammerle, Enemies to Lovers – My Favorite Trope

The main characters in my new young adult romance, ANY BOY BUT YOU, hate each other in real life, but Read More...

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Linda Broday | Excerpt – TEXAS REDEMPTION


“Sit with me, Lil.” Brodie Yates’ order didn’t come with an alternative.

Bittersweet memories rose from the ashes. She’d wished to hear those words Read More...

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Ashe Barker | Blessed are the risk takers…

It’s a standing joke in my family that when luck was given out I was at the back of the queue. I never win anything, not raffles, not games Read More...

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Author Match: Kimberly Kincaid

Hi everyone! I write bold, sexy romance with just a dash of sweet, and I’m thrilled to be talking about my brand-new release, Read More...

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Top 5 Characteristics of a Body Shop Bad Boy

In ZERO TO SIXTY, bad boy mechanic Sam Hamilton is gruff, huge, and tattooed. He’s menacing even when not Read More...

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Samantha Chase | Top Five Top Concert Venues

As part of the band Shaughnessy, Matt Reed and the band have toured all over the world. Now that the band is on hiatus and relaxing, I imagine they’re Read More...

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Interview with heroine Marigold Bloom from Cindy Kirk's BE MINE IN GOOD HOPE

BE MINE IN GOOD HOPE, book 3 in the Good Read More...

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Review: NO CATS ALLOWED by Miranda James

"A clever murder mystery with plenty of southern charm" Charlie Harris and his cat Diesel are about fed up with the new head of the library. Oscar Reilly acts like Read More...

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Clover Tate | Inventing Rock Point

Being an author means making things up: what irritates a character or brings her joy; how a murder is carried out; and even something as basic as a pen name Read More...

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Kat Martin | Just the Right Match

Finding the right match for the hero and heroine is one of the toughest and most exciting parts of writing a novel. The hero of Read More...

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Special Book Launch Offer - LOST IN TIME! - Alyssa Richards

Special Book Launch Offer! Order LOST IN TIME (Book 3 in Read More...

Writing a Woman's Life

Meet Wendy Lee, author of THE ART OF CONFIDENCE

Liu Qingwu doesn’t set out to commit a crime. He only wants to sell a painting—something more substantial than the Impressionist knockoffs he flogs to tourists in front Read More...

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Brenda Drake | A tour of the Mystik world in the Library Jumpers series

From as far back as I can remember, reading in my youth or reading books today, I’ve always loved stories about the supernatural and magical worlds. Alice in Read More...

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What's Out? WICKED COWBOY CHARM by Carolyn Brown

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Stacey Trombley | Summer Romance

One of my favorite things to read are summer romances! When we’re out of our comfort zone, in a beautiful (or even strange) new place and along comes that Read More...

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Lexxie Couper | Real Aussies Don’t Drink Fosters

Stereotyping is a technique used often by storytellers as a shortcut. It can come in handy to quickly get across what a character is like. One of the most common Read More...

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My Mission: Peachy Cozies to Blow You Away

As a reader, book covers catch my eye. As a writer, titles draw me in. My three features this week were complete head-turners that had me hooked at first Read More...

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Now in Paperback: THE BACHELOR AUCTION

NOW IN PAPERBACK! THE BACHELOR AUCTION by Rachel Van Dyken (January 31, 2017; Forever Mass Market Paperback; $7.99; The Bachelors of Arizona Book 1) The first book Read More...

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Catherine Bybee | Top 5 Best Things About Returning Home

After being voted Most Likely To Never Leave River Bend, Zoe Brown from STAYING FOR GOOD didn’t just leave Read More...

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Marina Adair | Inspiration for It Started With A Kiss

My latest release, IT STARTED WITH A KISS, follows Avery, a kidney transplant survivor who is determined to explore every Read More...

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Tawny Weber | Inspiration for CALL to Honor’s Hot Heroes

I read romances to fall in love with falling in love, and what’s better than a hot hero to make the journey into love a little more interesting? I Read More...

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Kat Martin | My Favorite Places

Since I’m about to make my annual trek from the snow country to my house at the beach, I thought it might be fun to talk about some of Read More...

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Oberon Wonch | Things I Love About Medieval Knights

  1. They follow a code of honor.
    As early as antiquity, a warrior would sacrifice his own needs and desires, even his life, for Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Undetectable Aging

I aced my stress test yesterday. That means I can dance my heart out. That’s not what this post is about. Today's writing addresses the question many Read More...

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It’s a speed date with Victoria Blue and Angel Payne!

Thanks to everyone at Fresh Fiction for inviting us to come share and chat with you all! We are so thrilled that the world is falling in Read More...

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Stacy Reid | Heroes: Alpha and Antiheroes

Today I wanted to chat about heroes! Tobias Walcott, the Earl of Blade, the hero from my latest novel WICKED IN Read More...

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Jodi Thomas | Whisperers and Yellers ... characters that is!

While I was traveling around signing copies of SUNRISE CROSSING, a story I dearly loved, characters were lining up in Read More...

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Tee O’Fallon | How My Job Influences My Novels

As a writer of romantic suspense, I truly am fortunate to be a federal agent. Every day, and all around me, is true-life fodder from which to glean a Read More...

 

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