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Follow Your Heart

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She stole his heart when they were young, but he's back…

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Will their mutual attraction get in the way of competition?

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What happens when a single mom’s four-year-old daughter falls in love with Mr. Right and she doesn’t?

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Six Sizzling Small Town Romances

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Sometimes love is magic.

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Rhonda Shaw | Catching: Baseball’s Most Demanding Position

Catching in the major leagues is extremely demanding, both physically and mentally. Injuries over the course of the seasons are a norm; there is always some part of their body ailing. They wear a lot of protective gear, but it doesn’t cover everything, and throughout the course of the seasons, something will be hit, either by a bat or by the ball. There’s also the toll of repeatedly getting in and out of Read More...

Lisa Chaplin | Lord Camelford – Real Life is Truly Stranger than Fiction…

I remember the one criticism that stood out among others for my first romance was that it was ‘unbelievable’ (I got the story from my university readers – all based on real life). But my friend Gabrielle said, “You haven’t done your job as an author if you don’t make the reader suspend disbelief.” It was a lesson that stayed with me. Never again would I have that complaint from reviewers or readers. Then Read More...

Jessa McAdams | A Little White Lie

Have you ever told a little white lie only to have it snowball into an epic, life- altering avalanche? No? I have a friend who confessed her white lie to me once. She said it haunts her to this day. She and her two sisters were raised by a single mom. Money was always scarce. On her 8th birthday, there was no money at all. Her mother made cream of mushroom soup for her birthday Read More...

Tiffany Snow | Top 5 Favorite Romance Series

5. Stephanie Plum Series by Janet Evanovich – I have to credit Janet Evanovich with one of the reasons I became a writer. If I hadn’t gotten so frustrated at Stephanie’s inability to choose between Morelli and Ranger, I’d never have decided to write my own. This series is fun and humorous with two sexy alpha guys Read More...

Leslie Langtry | Who, What, and Why...a Mystery Writer's Profile

Author: Leslie Langtry Writes: The Merry Wrath Mystery series with MINT COOKIE MURDER on sale June 30th, and The Greatest Hits Romance Series (The Bombay Family of Assassins Series) starting with Read More...

Maria Grazia Swan | The Heart in My Settings

Once upon a time, travel was my answer to my problem. It was the adult version of running away from home… First I would catch a flight to some foreign country. When I arrived at my destination, I’d haul out a travel guide to locate inexpensive hotels, hostels, or B & Bs. Twice I even stayed in people’s houses, with total strangers in Amsterdam! In all honesty, I wouldn’t even consider doing that Read More...

Gin Jones | It's the Little Things That Get You

I've traveled to a number of states, but I'm a New Englander at heart. So when I joined the team of authors writing the Danger Cove Mysteries, set in the Pacific Northwest (PNW), I knew I was going to have to research the area's history and climate and geography, but that was just the beginning. My first Read More...

Lynn Cahoon | Ten Reasons to Visit a Tourist Trap

Hi there, I’m excited to be back here at Fresh Fiction today celebrating my release of DRESSED TO KILL, Book 4 of the Tourist Trap Mystery series. And like my affection for dive bars, I adore the little tourist trap towns that survive on the tourist trade from Read More...

Lauren Smith | Cowboy Meets City Girl: Reverse Stereotypes in Romance

Since I’m born and bred in Oklahoma, Cowboys are a bit of a natural occurrence in my neck of the woods. Wranglers that hug fine manly hips, boots that thud as they stride purposely around, and those heavenly plaid shirts that cut their lean figures in a sexy silhouette against the sunset while they’re working the land. Yes…those kind of cowboys are my kind of men. Now cowboys don’t always have Read More...

Rebekah L. Purdy | Diverse Characters and KPOP

When we came up with the idea to write the Backstage Pass series, I knew right off the bat I wanted to write a diverse character. I’d previously written diverse secondary characters, but had never had a diverse main character. Sometimes the thought of writing outside what you know, is kind of scary. You want to make sure that you Read More...

Suzie T. Roos | I Can Name That Tune in Two Notes!

A lot of authors say music inspires them . . . well, I’m definitely in that boat! When I write (especially, when it’s a more dramatic scene), there must be music playing through my desk speakers. Not just anything either, I’m picky. Very picky. On my playlists, the music ranges from Frank Sinatra to Siouxsie and the Banshees! As a matter of fact, there’s music playing now—Nik Kershaw’s song, Wouldn’t Read More...

Max Davis | A Dose of Hope

When you read my books, you’ll quickly discover that I’m an inspirational novelist. I don’t hide the fact nor am I ashamed of it. God is central to my themes because He’s central to my life. I could no more take God out of my writing than my dog Teddy could take chasing squirrels out of his DNA. Having said that, my goal when writing is not to preach to my Read More...

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