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A modern twist on the Regency house party.


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You'll laugh and you'll cry reading this cozy southern mystery


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Fiona Ferguson's troubles began with a kiss . . .


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Love is about to start conquering...


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When intimate time diminishes...and lives get more hectic...


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Sylvia McDaniel's Christmas Cheese Ball

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you can make these goodies at home and share them with friends and family this season. Here is the recipe for Sylvia McDaniel's (author of DEADLY) Cheese Ball, which is perfect for all Read More...



Linda O. Johnston's Superstitious Fruit Basket

To the Fresh Fiction virtual Holiday Potluck, I would bring a fruit basket that contains apples, strawberries, peaches, pears, plums and bananas. I am currently writing the Superstition Mysteries, which premiered in October with LOST UNDER A LADDER. Researching superstitions has become great fun, and to some extent I incorporate them into my own life. Am I superstitious? Maybe more than Read More...



Jennifer Bray-Weber's Swashbuckling Cocktails

Pirates love to drink liquor. Especially one wily pirate—Henri—in my Romancing the Pirate series. He has a fancy for bows in his beard and an insatiable appetite for rum. And he gets downright grumpy without his nip. But in the spirit of the season, he'd like to share a cocktail favorite aptly named The Henry. Ingredients: 1 oz. Captain Morgan's Spiced Rum (a pirate's Read More...



Cleo Coyle's Gingerbread Snowballs

The best holiday gift of all doesn’t come with a bow. It’s the gift of love. And these beautiful little sugar-dusted gingerbread cookies, baked with love, are the perfect Christmas treat for holiday dessert trays—or to leave for Santa with a thermos of hot coffee on a chilly winter night. (You know he’s going to need that caffeine for his magical ride!) Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to all of Read More...



Donna Alward's Favorite Stuffed Mushrooms

I never liked mushrooms as a kid. I still don’t like them raw. But I LOVE them cooked and this is one of my favorite recipes. They’re great as an appetizer or for one of those “everyone bring something finger food-ish” events and when I first served them to friends of ours I think John would have eaten the whole platter if we hadn’t slapped his hand and fought for our Read More...



Nan Rossiter's Family Recipe for Swedish Glug

This recipe for Swedish Glüg has been in my family for generations. One of my characters in my short story, Christmas on Cape Cod -- which can be found in the Christmas anthology, Making Spirits Bright, also makes it. Glüg will warm your heart...and soul to the core! Just make sure you have a designated driver! Cheers!!! Combine 4/5 quart Swedish Aquavit or whiskey 1 gallon port wine 6 prunes Read More...



Holiday Hawaiian Iced Teas from Kat and Stone Bastion

I tapped the mic. “This thing on?” Hannah nudged me, shaking her head. “Cade, they can hear you.” Two girls in the back raised their pale yellow drinks. One shouted. “Loud and clear!” “Good. You all have a glass of our favorite Christmastime drink. Holiday Hawaiian Iced Teas.” Hannah handed me the shaker. “I’ll demonstrate while Hannah lists out the ingredients.” She nodded. “Your gift stockings have the recipe plus a special drink garnish Read More...



Deadly Delicious White Chocolate Eggnog Cocoa

In DEADLY HOLIDAY Tory and Jordan enjoyed a mug of this with family and friends on Christmas day in front of a fire after they enjoyed exchanging presents. This was the first of many to come for this couple after a harrowing week before the holidays. Nothing beats chocolate, someone you love, and family and friends. White Chocolate Eggnog Cocoa Read More...



Festive Mojitos from Talia Hunter

Down here in the Southern Hemisphere, we celebrate the holiday season a little differently. We enjoy sunshine rather than snow, and Santa is more likely to be wearing board shorts than fur-lined trousers! Instead of mulled wine or eggnog, here's my favorite drink for the silly season. I like to call it a Festive Mojito because I garnish it with a strawberry to give it that gorgeous splash of red amongst the green Read More...



Traci Andrighetti's Rosolio Recipe

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you can make these goodies at home and share them with friends and family this season. As you may have guessed from the titles of my Franki Amato mysteries (LIMONCELLO YELLOW Read More...



Lindsay McKenna's Christmas Cheesecake

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you can make these goodies at home and share them with friends and family this season. This is a dessert I make every Christmas Eve for my family. It’s simple and easy to whip up. This is a dessert we eat after dinner. Unlike Read More...



Hebby Roman's Homemade Tamales

Welcome to Fresh Fiction's Holiday Potluck! Some of your favorite authors are bringing scrumptious treats to this virtual gathering, and they are even offering their recipes so you can make these goodies at home and share them with friends and family this season. I grew up on the border of Texas and Mexico, where Christmas isn't Christmas without homemade tamales. Tamales originated in Mexico, and they're tubes of meat and Read More...



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