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Third in the saucy, vibrant Rakes & Rogues Regency romance series from USA Today bestselling author Jade Lee


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Where there’s smoke…there’s fire.


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Yeah. Wimberley is a magical place.


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Every day - and every man - is a new experience, and only her rules apply.


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Danger at home and abroad for the SEALs and their families...



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Jenna Jaxon | HEART OF DESIRE excerpt

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The music had a lively air and Miss Katherine Locke would’ve thought herself fortunate to be out again in Society after a long, cold, dull Read More...

Breaking News

TwitterTakeOver with Susan Wiggs on 8/25 -- #FamilyTreeBook @FreshFiction

Fresh Fiction is moderating a tweet chat with Susan Wiggs on Thursday, August 25th from 2pm to 3pm ET (11am to noon PT) and we'd love you to join Read More...

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Monica Murphy | Summertime Romance

Ah, summer. It’s a time that’s ripe for romance, don’t you think? I love it when weather places a central part in the story. Sounds kind of Read More...

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Sharon Hamilton | Stealing Hearts, Making Music And Producing Audio Books

We are finishing up the audio book this week for Nashville SEAL: Jameson. This will be the 25th audio book I have Read More...

History ReFreshed

A Return To “Indian Summers”

With the lush PBS Masterpiece series “Indian Summers” soon to begin Read More...

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Free for 3 Days: CHOSEN

Nina Croft's, CHOSEN, book 1 in the Laws of Segregation, is free for three days only: 23 - 25th August Read More...

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Conor Corderoy | A Fight Against Love

There is a contradiction at the heart of the HEAT series, and in particular A LOVE TO KILL FOR. Sex Read More...

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Callie Hutton | So Where Do You Get Your Ideas?

That is a common question I’m asked when I introduce myself to someone as an author. And, although it sounds vague when I answer “everywhere,” that is the truth Read More...

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Laurie Cass | Where I Get My Ideas

To tell you the truth, I have no idea where the plots of my books originate. Not really. Not even when I’m writing them. For me, a book comes Read More...

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Margaret Coel | Butch Cassidy Shopped Here

The sign in the window of a hardware store on the Main Street of Dubois, Wyoming, stopped me in my tracks. Butch Cassidy? Here? I opened the heavy oak door Read More...

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Nancy Herriman | My sleuth, the nurse: a historical perspective

I have a long-standing fascination with characters who work in medical fields and feature them regularly in my books. So when it came time to develop the idea for Read More...

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Lindsay McKenna | HOLD ON wasn’t planned, but….

When I began to write FORGED IN FIRE, book 3 of the Delos series it was to introduce Matt Culver Read More...

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Lori Stanley Roeleveld | When a Novel is Homegrown

Writers often find the best stories lurking as close as the person sitting across from us at the dinner table. I found this to be true in both the inspiration Read More...

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Barry Napier | When the Lines Begin to Blur

My book BREAK EVERY CHAIN is, for the most part, a Christian adventure novel. I could simplify things and call Read More...

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One Day only: ONE WITH YOU only $2.99

On Friday, August 19th, Sylvia Day's #1 international bestselling novel, ONE WITH YOU, is available for one day only at the special price Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Tackle Big Events While Writing

It’s easy to write about boy meets girl or girl meets boy. Insert a villain, some scenery, conflict, the use of senses, a bit of backstory and foreshadowing Read More...

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David B. Coe's Newly edited CHILDREN OF AMARID

CHILDREN OF AMARID by Read More...

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DiAnn Mills | The Scoop on Research

Writing romantic suspense is my passion. I stay awake at night planning a story in which a strong and vibrant heroine attempts the impossible, the forbidden, or the dangerous for Read More...

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Fresh Fiction Matchmaker: Meet Anna Bradley

Looking for the perfect author reader match? Fresh Fiction is here to help. Today we're presenting ANNA BRADLEY. She's got lots to offer a reader so Read More...

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Kari Lynn Dell | Giving It Up For Love

The best writing advice I’ve ever gotten was from the incomparable Jennifer Crusie’s blog, Argh Ink. She said Read More...

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Christina McKnight | A World Of Mystery

Thank you for stopping by Fresh Fiction for all your reading needs and recommendations. I’m bestselling historical romance author, Christina McKnight. My writing style focuses on strong heroines who Read More...

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Abby Niles | Starting Over: How Scary Is It Really?

It’s been a well over six years since my ten-year marriage ended and I started over as a single mom. When I first started dating my ex, having Read More...

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Woman on a Mission

It doesn’t matter where you are, what century you live in, or what culture you embrace, you will always find a woman on a mission—to better her life Read More...

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Julianne Holmes | It’s About Time

Last spring I was on a panel at Malice Domestic, and Margaret Maron was moderating. She was asking questions about JUST Read More...

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Rhys Bowen | Visiting with Royalty

I’m always fascinated by the American fascination with royalty. Why did the colonies fight so hard to get rid of a king, only to spend the next two hundred Read More...

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Laura DiSilverio | Gothic Novels--Gone for Good?

When I was a teenager, back in the Jurassic period (okay, the late 1970s), Gothic novels were hugely popular. I read them voraciously, entranced by atmospheric castles on the moors Read More...

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Amanda Bouchet | Laugh / Cry - What emotions were stirred in A PROMISE OF FIRE

Did any scene have you laughing or crying while you wrote it? Please share a snippet. The moment I saw this question, I knew exactly which scene I Read More...

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Sally Allen | 10 Classics to Read When the World Seems Too Bleak

If you’ve checked the news recently … maybe you wish you hadn’t. These are anxiety-provoking times, overwhelming and draining times; times that make it seem four horsemen may Read More...

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Hannah Fielding | Transporting the reader to another time and place

It began when I was very young: the desire to escape into a story world. On the laps of my father and mother I travelled to so many exciting and Read More...

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Gail Ingis | Back to Coney Island

Suspended . . . Coney Island painting project. The beach, Washington Baths, swimming, blackball, cool sand under the boardwalk, with friends, watching Tuesday night fireworks, Nathan’s hotdogs, French fries and steamed Read More...

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Missy Jane | BORN OF MAGIC: Character Interview

Spoilers Ahead Missy Jane: Today we’re talking to Master Wynnston and Master Kephas, the two heroes of Born of Magic. Welcome gentlemen, and thank you Read More...

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Gwyn Cready’s Perfect Weekend

The thing about weekends is they’re rarely perfect. The other thing about weekends, though, is if you chase perfection too hard, you'll destroy any chance you Read More...

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Jolyse Barnett | Dating 101: How to Recognize a Bad Date

Back in college, a guy friend of mine asked me out to dinner. We’d been friends more than a year and hung out together quite a bit, so I Read More...

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Christi Barth | How A Wine-Soaked Idea Became A Sexy Book

Did you ever wonder how a writer’s mind works? Because – spoiler – it isn’t pretty. But I’ll give you a peek. Here’s the flat out truth – I Read More...

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Asa Maria Bradley | From Slush Pile to Double RITA® Finalist

On March 25th this year, I was running around looking for my wallet and keys so I could leave the house for a routine doctor’s appointment Read More...

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Tara Taylor Quinn | Fate and Joy

I’m a huge believer in fate. When we don’t know what’s ahead, or can’t see how things work, we can trust that Fate is there, stepping Read More...

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E.R. Fallon | Adopting Pets in Fiction and in Real Life

One of the main plot concepts in my small town romance novel FINDING HIM AGAIN revolves around an adopted dog Read More...

Writing a Woman's Life

Meet Weina Dai Randel

At the moment of the Emperor's death, everything changes in the palace. Mei, his former concubine, is free, and Pheasant, the heir and Mei's lover, is proclaimed as Read More...

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Robin Bielman | Summer Lovin’

Be free and happy and danceful and uninhibited and now-y! ~Terri Guillemets I love that quote. And I love summer. It’s my favorite season. I love Read More...

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Is Mari Madison Your Match?

Ready to play Author Match? I hope so because I've got an author on hand who you'll want to check out ASAP! Writes: Contemporary romance with Read More...

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Victoria Hamilton | The Music of Merry Muffin Mysteries

I love music, from the sounds of Motown and funk of the seventies, eighties girl groups like The GoGos and Bangles, through country and bluegrass to modern music like Bruno Read More...

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Monica Ferris | An Author’s Least-Favorite Question

You hear it at every Q and A: Where do you get your ideas? The question makes most authors cringe because the answer is silly and obvious: Everywhere. But it Read More...

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Diane Vallere | Charlie’s Story

When I wrote the first book in the Material Witness Mystery Series a few years ago, I had Read More...

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Scott Hildreth | Becoming The Character

Point of view and perspective. There’s a difference between the two. Point of view is the manner in which the story is told by the protagonist. I generally write Read More...

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M.L. Buchman | An Ideal Weekend

I sometimes think that it would be healthier if my characters and I had slightly different ideas about what made up an ideal weekend. Now my characters are somewhat younger Read More...

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Cassandra Chandler | Movie Star Cast Listing for Featured Book

I have a confession to make. I’m one of those writers who dreams of having their books made into movies. Of all the stories I’ve written to date Read More...

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Marie Treanor | The Darke of Night begins...

Adult(ish) Excerpt from The Dead of Haggard Hall by Marie Treanor

As I skirted the throng, which was broken into several smaller ones, like Read More...

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Ever Read Book Acknowledgements?

When you pick up a book at your local bookstore or library, or download it to your electronic device, do you ever read the acknowledgment page? These are the people Read More...

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The Many Faces of Harley Quinn

As a fan of super villain the Joker as well as a fan of the BATMAN: THE ANIMATED Read More...

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Excerpt from Em Petrova's KICKIN' UP DUST

“It’s good to see you, Danica.” His voice sounded as though sand was lodged in his throat. The gritty sound raised the hair on her forearms, and her Read More...

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Crystal Jordan | Top 5 Foods I Found While Traveling

The whole theme behind my Destination: Desire series is falling in love while traveling far from home. In some of the books, that meant a work trip, a Read More...

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Jillian Neal | How ‘Bout Them Cowboys

I’ve been asked a fair number of times why I jumped from my typical fare of hardcore police officers on elite squadrons and hot sexy beach dwellers to… cowboys Read More...

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Sara Humphreys | My Top 5 Summer Beach Reads

I’m heading out to our family beach house for a week of fun in the sun and toes in the sand. Life has been crazy stressful over the past Read More...

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Kerry Adrienne | 5 Reasons Griff Loves Amy

Top five things Griff loves the most besides Amy (in no order):

  1. Evenings by the fire in the fall. He’s just beginning to Read More...

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Gaby Triana | Top 5 Reasons Why The Legend of Sleepy Hollow is Still Relevant in 2016

In 1820, author Washington Irving published a short story called “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow” which is still an American classic to this very day. If you do the math Read More...

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Ashlee Mallory | From Ugly Duckling to Swan…an evolving trope

It seems that every romance reader has their own personal favorite tropes that they’re drawn to when they select a romance to read. You know, those little hooks like Read More...

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Lisa Brown Roberts | Real Life Heroes Stand Up to Jerks

In my most recent two books - RESISTING THE REBEL and THE Read More...

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Mira Lyn Kelly | Five Things: MAY THE BEST MAN WIN

About MAY THE BEST MAN WIN

  1. Opening five lines:
On the upside, the prelude had Read More...

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Katie Ruggle | Top Five Reasons I love George (the Hero of Gone Too Deep)

  1. He’s quiet.
My other characters made things (relatively) easy for me. They let me Read More...

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Meet Rafe - You can learn everything from Facebook!

Rafe’s Facebook profile

Name: Rafe Brigham Intro: Actor. Lover. A merry wanderer of the night. Current job: Starving Artist. Formerly employed at: Various temp jobs across the Read More...

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Lillian Marek | What’s your ideal way to spend a Saturday?

My idea way to spend a Saturday? Is that a trick question? You’re asking a writer who works at home and whose kids are grown up and aren’t Read More...

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Cheryl Etchison | The Fine Line in Romance

There’s a fine line between love and hate. So it’s no surprise that “Enemies to Lovers” is one of the most popular tropes in all of storytelling. From Read More...

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Time for a Gala in the Garden

Since I’m a secret readaholic who loves cloak and dagger mysteries, my choices this week shouldn’t put you at death’s door or make you scream bloody murder Read More...

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Daryl Wood Gerber | Chocolate Research

Hi! I write the Cookbook Nook Mysteries, which means I spend a lot of time researching cookbooks and Read More...

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David Misch | Explores Comedy

David Misch was born in a humble log cabin in 1946, then again in a split-level thatched roof cottage in 1950. Growing a remarkable twelve inches a day (though Read More...

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Gail Ingis writes about audiobooks...radio drama?

For your perusal, this blog post give you a look at the popular audiobook, the latest craze in publishing, and how the audiobook is somewhat parallel to the radio Read More...

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Rebecca Thomas | The only constant is change

I’ve had more changes in my life in the past few months, than the past several years. Small or large, change can be difficult and wreak havoc on your Read More...

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Kira Archer | The Best Thing Ever (For A Chocoholic)

We found this store a few years ago. A surplus store where they sell discounted groceries – cans that are dented, food items that are almost-to-slightly expired, chicken nuggets Read More...

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Erica Vetsch | Why we love those cowboy heroes

John Wayne, Randolph Scott, Clint Eastwood, Alan Ladd…I am a sucker for a cowboy hero, and I am not alone. Since the days of Owen Wister and the Virginian Read More...

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Flo Fitzpatrick | An Excerpt from Scarecrow’s Dream

The lights came on and I whirled around. A short, plump woman in her early seventies, with a mass of auburn-and-white hair untamed by a blue crocheted Read More...

 

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