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To save the woman he loves, her father must die.


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When life begins to unravel, it takes courage to stitch it back together.


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Can a broken engagement ignite the spark of true love?


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What if you discovered your lively new friend wasn't really...alive?


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She's the only one to get past his guard…he's the only one to break down her walls.


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An assassin at a renaissance faire. What could possibly go wrong?


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One touch, and he realizes vengeance can’t be anywhere near her.


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If they survive this trip, it will be a miracle.



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Terry Shames | Author-Reader Match: A Risky Undertaking for Loretta Singletary

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Author-Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a Read More...

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Linda Broday | Top 5 Reasons You Should Read a Mail Order Brides Book

I’m having so much fun writing what will eventually be the 4- book Outlaw Mail Order Brides Read More...

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Melonie Johnson | Author-Reader Match: GETTING HOT WITH THE SCOT

AUTHOR-READER MATCH Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the "Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as Read More...

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June Faver | Five Reasons I Love Cowboy Books

I love cowboys! I’m not talking about the guys who dress up in western garb during rodeo season, but the real men who put on their Wranglers and boots Read More...

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Mary Burton | Exclusive Excerpt: HIDE AND SEEK

A generator started up and spotlights clicked on inside the barn, illuminating the dark corners. Nevada was close.

The light drew Macy’s Read More...

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Julia Bennet | The ABCs of Romance Novel Heroes

Alpha, beta, cinnamon roll; which is best? It’s a subject about which many readers have strong opinions. But in case anyone’s confused, what do these terms actually mean Read More...

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Shana Gray | Girls Weekend Away!

I’d love to hear about your wildest weekend away with your friends. Where did you go, what did you do, what silly things happen, and does somebody need bail Read More...

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Debbie Wiley | Recent Paranormal and Fantasy Novels I've Enjoyed

Senior Reviewer Debbie Wiley  I don’t remember the first fantasy novel I ever read but I do remember the Read More...

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Amber Royer | Developing the Chocoverse

When I started developing the Chocoverse, I wanted to tell a story without easy answers, where nobody was exactly in the right, and they are all trying their best despite Read More...

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Julia Justiss | History ReFreshed: Lesser-Known Tudors: The Lives of the Not-So-Famous and Powerful

One of the first harbingers of spring in my area is the appearance of several tiny flowers that thrive in the grass, a miniature violet with a bloom smaller than Read More...

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Karen Harper | Cash for Class: American Dollar Brides

One of the most unusual upper-class traditions during the American Gilded Age and the English Victorian and Edwardian Eras was that of American heiresses Read More...

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Elizabeth Heiter | Writing an Injured Ex-Marine Hero

Meet Colter Hayes. He’s 6’2” tall, 180 pounds of mostly muscle, with close-cropped dark blond hair and intense blue eyes. He’s loyal to a fault, loves Read More...

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Sheila Roberts | When the Going Gets Tough...

The not-so-tough go to the beach, which is exactly where my main character Celeste Jones in The Read More...

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Stephen B. King | The Incongruity of Beauty

We use the word beauty in many different scenarios and situation, but could we ever use it to describe death? In Glimpse, the Beautiful Deaths, criminal psychologist Patricia Holmes, attached Read More...

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Robin Bielman & Samanthe Beck | Buddy Writing

There are buddy cop films where the plot involves two people of different personalities who are forced to work together to defeat the bad guys, sometimes learning from each other Read More...

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Sarah Morgan | Exclusive Interview: ONE SUMMER IN PARIS

Enjoy this chat between bestselling author Sarah Morgan and Fresh Fiction Editorial Manager Read More...

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Irene Hannon | Top Five Reasons I Write Romance

First, a word about the romance genre. As those of us who write—and read—romance know, romance is often the underdog of fiction. Literary types in particular often look Read More...

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J.A. Hennrikus | Author-Reader Match: WITH A KISS I DIE

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Author-Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may Read More...

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Shana Galen | Exclusive Excerpt: THE CLAIMING OF THE SHREW

In THE CLAIMING OF THE SHREW, Catarina Neves begged Benedict Draven to marry Read More...

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Diane Alberts | Rule #1 When Bidding on a Bachelor...

Hello, I’m Diane Alberts (though I also write as Jen McLaughlin) and I’m here today because I had a new book come out this week called Read More...

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Kay Gordon | Author-Reader Match: TWO FOR HOLDING

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Author-Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may Read More...

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Becky Clark | Author-Reader Match

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Author-Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may Read More...

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Isabella Maldonado | Author-Reader Match + Giveaway!

Writes: An award-winning mystery/thriller police detective series set in Phoenix. The latest release, DEATH BLOWRead More...

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J.A. Kazimer | Words & Whiskey: The Perfect Blend

One wouldn’t think books and whiskey easily blend. But they do. In ways, I surely never imagined when I started researching whiskey for my Lucky Whiskey series. The first Read More...

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Catriona McPherson | Lexy Campbell's Top Eats

Lexy (spelled Leagsaidh in Scots Gaelic, but she's given up) lives in the fictional town of Cuento, CA, smack-dab between Sacramento, San Francisco and Napa. She loves California Read More...

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Patricia Bradley | Author - Reader Match

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Author- Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a reader you Read More...

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Cindi Madsen | Let’s Talk Enemies to Lovers

Two of my favorite tropes are friends to lovers and enemies lovers. I always find it funny because they’re pretty much on the opposite sides of the spectrum, but Read More...

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Tally Adams | Author-Reader Match

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Author-Reader Match" where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may Read More...

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Jane Godman | What makes a good Romantic Suspense story?

My latest release, COLTON'S SECRET BODYGUARD , is a romantic suspense, and writing in that genre is a unique balance Read More...

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Joanne Kennedy | Chasing Wild Dreams on the New Frontier

“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” That’s my favorite Mae West quote. But while Ms. West's independent spirit is Read More...

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Jennifer Trethewey | Here's to the Rescuers

I like to read the dedications in novels. It feels like the author is sharing a tiny personal connection. I dedicated Saving the Scot to all the men, women, and Read More...

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Veronica Forand | Writing on the Run

Writing had never been a linear process for me. My stories haunt me while writing them. Some of my favorite lines pop into my head at the worst possible times Read More...

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Kym Roberts: Cozy Corner - Interview with Ann B. Ross

Everyone has someone they aspire to be when they grow up, but when exactly is a person grown-up? I know I have much growth still waiting for me, even Read More...

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Sharon Cullen | How Writing Led to a Healthier Me

It seems weird, I know, but being a writer has made me a healthier, fitter me. I started writing 18 years ago (That sounds like a long time even to Read More...

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Ashlyn Chase | How I Fell In Love with Romance

I was raised by intellectuals. I was told romance was ‘trash.’ And we did not fill our minds with trash. Since I didn’t know Read More...

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Sophie Barnes | Interview - THE INFAMOUS DUCHESS

Editorial Manager Danielle Dresser had the chance to chat with Sophie Read More...

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Jane Ashford | Family Secrets and A LORD APART

Family secrets play a big role in A Lord Apart. The hero and heroine discover a connection from Read More...

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Richard A. Knaak | Top 5 Unexpected Twists

It should be no surprise to both readers and writers that often a story will take turns not originally expected by the author. I’ve had this happen, but never Read More...

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Miranda Owen | Contemporary Gothics

Fresh Fiction Senior Reviewer Miranda Owen loves a contemporary gothic story! The atmosphere, the moody Read More...

 

 

 

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