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A bachelor, his left hand now sports a gold wedding ring.


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Could finding love be his greatest scandal of all?


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True love is even better the second time around.


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The renegade cowboy returns


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Do they have the recipe for true love?


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sweeping WWII thriller set at an English country house, described by Lee Child as "like binge watching a great British drama on Masterpiece Theater.



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Alexia Adams | Bring on the Bling

Iím not much of a jewelry person. I wear my wedding and engagement rings and when I go out, a pair of dangly earrings if I remember to put Read More...

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Jessika Fleck | Allís Fair in Love and War

First off, I am thrilled to be here at Fresh Fictionó I love this website! Iíve been following for a while, so, add this to the pinch-me-is Read More...

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A.L. Davroe | On Finding Love Through Technology

In my Tricksters series, my main characters fall in love through interactions within a virtual reality game. Their Read More...

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Christina McKnight on why Regency romance excites her

I get the sense Iím in an AA or NA meeting every time someone says: Oh, youíre a writer! What do you write? Hello, Iím USA Read More...

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Lorraine Heath talks about WHEN THE MARQUESS FALLS

On the eve of her latest release, WHEN THE MARQUESS FALLS, Read More...

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Kat Gamble | The Wonderful Chaos of Weddings

Marriage. Commitment. Forever. These words go hand in hand when you think about weddings and they conjure up images of white dresses, tuxedos, friends, family, beautiful locations, nit-picked details Read More...

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Shae Ross | Finding the inspiration for BOTTOM OF THE SKY

Hereís the quirky mix of inspiration behind my new release, BOTTOM OF THE SKY: Read More...

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Jody Holford | My Favorite Bad Boys

Words are funny and powerful things. Put enough of them together and you have the ability to make some laugh, cry, or play them over in their head on repeat Read More...

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Lindsey Frydman | Why We Need New Adult Books

When new adult books exploded a handful of years ago, writers jumped at the chance to explore this new category. Most of these authors self-published and became extremely well Read More...

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Kendra C. Highley | Allís Fair in Love and Baseball

There are three things I really love: baseball season, a good book, and a swoon-worthy love story. So, writing the Read More...

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Casey Griffin | Six Reasons Why You Must be True to Yourself (And Your Date)

In SECRETS OF A RELUCTANT PRINCESS, Andy finds her escape from her embarrassing life through live action role-playing. Hidden Read More...

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Richard Mabry | I LOVE A MYSTERYÖOR IS IT A THRILLER OR SUSPENSE?

For most of my adult life I was physician, but I never thought of myself as a writer. Even though I had a number of professional papers published and turned Read More...

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Womenís History in Mystery

For Womenís History Month, I felt it was only fitting to pay homage to the female authors of the past who continue to captivate mystery readers across generations. With Read More...

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Incy Black | Fight or Flight?

I once shut down a Haunted House experience at a seaside resortóaged thirty-eight. Too terrified to move forward or retrace my steps, the lights had to be turned Read More...

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First Time Meeting!

Enjoy an excerpt from AVALANCHE where the hero and heroine meet! First meetings are the best!

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Guilty Pleasures with Angel Payne and Victoria Blue

Hello, everyone! Victoria Blue and Angel Payne here, saying hello once more! We're the team behind the SECRETS OF STONE Read More...

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A.M. Griffin | Welcome to the Dark Wolf Enterprises!

Hello All! For those who donít know me, Iím A.M. Griffin and I write smexy stories of alien abductions, vanilla stories about invasions and teenage love and Read More...

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Good and BAD of Reality TV

For more than twenty years, America has been obsessed with reality TV. Something about watching ďrealĒ people engage in a variety of activities calls to our inner voyeurs. Producers love Read More...

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Tessa Arlen | Edwardian versus Modern

My grandmother was an Edwardian. Whenever I say or think that it makes me realize just how close the first decade of the twentieth century actually was and at the Read More...

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Sara Orwig discusses 'Reunited with the Rancher'

Prolific contemporary romance author, Sara Orwig, stops by Fresh Fiction to discuss her career, traditions and her 102nd book Read More...

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Elizabeth Harmon Five Reasons Not To Miss 'Heating It Up'

As an author and a reader, one of my favorite fiction tropes is Fish Out Of Water. Iíve used it several times in my current series, Red Hot Read More...

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Cozy Corner | Marching into Mystery

Itís almost here! Can you feel it? Can you smell it in the air? Well, you can definitely see it in all the fresh new cozies popping up everywhere Read More...

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Laura Childs | You Mean You Donít Live There?

When Iím strolling Riverwalk in New Orleans, with thick fog rolling in and the mournful toot of a tugboat off in the distance, I have every confidence that I Read More...

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Cold Pressed Murder Features to Die for Olive Oil Recipes!

I loved writing COLD PRESSED MURDER, the second book in Berkely Prime Crimeís Read More...

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Elizabeth Heiter introduces her FBI Profiler Evelyn Baine

The heroine of my Profiler series, Evelyn Baine, is kind of a badass. Not in the Read More...

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Linda Wiken cooks up the perfect murder in ROUX THE DAY

Ask me how much fun it is to kill people and to eat fab food! But believe me, it is not for the feint of heart. We can all handle Read More...

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Exclusive excerpt from THE BILLIONAIRE TAKES ALL by J.S. Scott


ďDonít even think about it,Ē Julian warned as he leaned back on the plush seat of their limousine.

ďThink about what?Ē Kristin asked angrily.
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Cindi Madsen | Fangirl Fun

In my book, OPERATION PROM DATE, Kate is a huge fangirl and often talks about all the fictional couples she Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Me, An Author?

Writing fiction fell upon me through my own devices of dreams and things. After some research online where I found the affair of my 19th century, barely out of Read More...

Paranormal Bites

The Bewitching Power of Magical Romances

For a lot of people, magic equals witches. While that might be a common assumption, magic and magical beings encompass more than just the witchy world. There are a phenomenal Read More...

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Kerrelyn Sparks talks about 'How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days'

Monique Daoust: Kerrelyn Sparks's HOW TO MARRY A VAMPIRE Read More...

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Billi Jean | Dreams or Tortured Memories

Thank you for having me over at Fresh Fiction. Iím so pleased to be here. You do such a great job of getting the word out there on new Read More...

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Sitting Down to talk COWBOY with Carolyn Brown!

Thank you to Sara and the whole crew at Fresh Fiction for inviting me back again. I love visiting with all yíall and Iíve got a brand new Read More...

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Tamara Morgan | What to Read? Heist and Thief Romances

I like to think that heist romances are going to be a thing in 2017. And no, not just because I write them. I have this immediate visceral reaction anytime Read More...

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Donna Michaels | Well-meaning, Over-protective Older Brother

Thank you so much for hosting me today to talk about my new release, HER SECRET RANGER. Fans of The Read More...

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Meet Greer Macallister's "Kate," the first female detective

In every field, someone has to be the first. Often, we know their names. The first President of the United States, the first man on the moon, the first African Read More...

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Sheri Cobb South | Moonlighting in Regency England

When I first conceived the idea for a romantic mystery series set in Regency England, I had no idea how many books it would run; I figured a lot would Read More...

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First Chapter - SOMEONE TO LOVE by Donna Alward

Enjoy the first chapter of SOMEONE TO LOVE by Read More...

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Four Leaf Clover LUCKY! PUSHING HER LUCK only 99Ę

St. Patrick's Day is coming up and Audra North has a sale to help you celebrate! PUSHING HER LUCKRead More...

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Layla Reyne | Southern Food Cravings

Thanks for hosting me on Fresh Fictionís Romantic Suspense Monday, as I celebrate my debut release, SINGLE MALT, Book Read More...

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Sonya Weiss | Living in a Small Town Rocks

Living in a small town rocks. Living in a small town set in the South really rocks. I donít live in one now, but I used to Read More...

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Diana Rodriguez Wallach | Suspense in the Real World

Suspenseóitís just a fancy word for ďdrama,Ē and weíve all experienced our fair share of drama. Whether youíre waiting for a career-changing email, sitting by Read More...

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Amber Mitchell | Top 5 Fantasy Crushes

Fantasy has always been my genre of choice because of its sweeping scale and the idea that magic lurks around every unexplored corner of the world. Because most adventures are Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Blue, By Thunder

I'm so excited you stumbled upon this little corner of the ever changing mystery of writing. The ever eluding story, fiction or nonfiction. I write about all things Read More...

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Lindsay McKenna gives readers a sneak peek at NEVER ENOUGH

This is a sample of Lindsay McKenna's latest romantic suspense, NEVER ENOUGH, the novella sequel to FORGED IN FIRE Read More...

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

This is part two of Mary Balogh's interview with Miranda Owen. To read the first half, click hereRead More...

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Coleen Kwan | Goal, Motivation, and Conflict in KISSING HER ENEMY

One of the first things an author learns when creating her characters is the concept of GMC, or Goal, Motivation, and Conflict. Goal is simply what the character wants. Motivation Read More...

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Rhys Bowen Takes Us Back in Time to Bletchley Park - enjoytopic.com

One of the fun things for me about starting a new book is the research. When I started IN FARLEIGH FIELD Read More...

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My Recent Tailspin by Jade Lee / Kathy Lyons

A few days ago, a friend of mine sent me a political cartoon. She was blithely unaware that our politics are polar opposites. Usually I ignore her political commentary, but Read More...

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Erin McCarthy | Discover Nashville Nights

ďItís a crazy town full of neon dreamsÖĒ From Crazy Town by Jason Aldean Have you ever gone to a new place and thought ďwhy was I Read More...

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Scarlett Cole | Say hello to a new bad boy rock star in JORDAN RECLAIMED

One of the things I love about series romance is the incredibly strong ties you can create between the lead characters. Sometimes it is as simple as the setting, a Read More...

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Tara Wyatt | Why I think consent matters in romance

There are many things I love about romance novels. The brave, hunky heroes. The smart, capable heroines. The eclectic plots, settings, and challenges the characters face while fighting for their Read More...

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Elizabeth Harmon | Thatís What I Like About You, Pt. 1

Conflict drives romance, but my favorite scenes to write (and read) are those that show the hero and heroine discovering why theyíre perfect for one another. Whether itís Read More...

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Explore the next in the Dangerous Type series!

Win a copy of BOOKMAN DEAD STYLE Fun and easy, just tell us below what your favorite typewriter memory is Read More...

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Susan Furlong | Five Things Iíve Learned from Nancy Drew

Between third and sixth grade, I read every Nancy Drew book I could get my hands on. I followed Nancy through haunted mansions and inside treacherous caves, I Read More...

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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 Bierstadtís, ďDomes of Yosemite.Ē What? You were painting and thatís when you wanted Read More...

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Chris Cannon, Why I Write About Dragons

Hello, my name is Chris Cannon. Iím 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 Ė 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 | Letís 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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