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If you love the Dark Protectors, these wicked hot Realm Enforcers are for you!

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Can she risk another heart break with a Texan SEAL?

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A Sinister Silent Night

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Ardent Springs: two lost hearts start over

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No matter how far we are in the future, everything connects us to our past.

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Gunfire disrupts a Christmas wedding in this 2-in-1 collection of original, connected novellas.

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Revenge never tasted so sweet

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Sara Jane Stone | Fact vs. Fiction: The Story Behind the Sin City Setting in TO DARE A SEAL

Last spring, my husband and I took a kids-free trip (thank you Grandma!) to Las Vegas. Four days of lying by the pool, dining with grown-ups (and not having to do the dishes afterward), and scooping out settings for the second Sin City novel. But when I sat down to write only one setting from my trip stuck in Read More...

Sabrina Darby | Falling in Love Like an Onion

LADY OF INTRIGUE. When I first devised the title of this book, I knew it was book 2 in a series. (Book 1 was LORD OR REGRETS.) I also knew that this book would feature Gerard Badeau, my assassin/spy hero, who would drag his heroine unwittingly into his shadowy world Read More...

Mia Hopkins | Meet Sam "The Slammer" Lamont

Hi, everyone! Thank you for having me as a guest today. Cocky, brave, and indestructibleómeet Sam ďThe SlammerĒ Lamont. Sam is the male protagonist of my new red-hot contemporary romance, DEEP DOWN. A commercial fisherman, Sam lives in California where he is the captain of his own boat, the Bravado. Samís specialty is Santa Barbara red sea urchin, or uni Read More...

HelenKay Dimon | Second Chances

I have to admit for a very long time I steered away from second-chance-at-love romances. As a divorce lawyer, some of those stories donít ring true for me. Itís one of those times where real life experience colored my reading choices. But, over time, Iíve grown to love the second chance romance. There is something about a couple being so attracted and having so many common pieces of their Read More...

Cat Johnson | Whatís in a Name?

Where do you get the names for your characters? I hear that question often, and I suppose itís a valid one since when Iím writing cowboys I tend to not call them common names like Tom, Dick or Harry. In my Oklahoma Nights and Midnight Cowboys Read More...

Paullina Simons | On Trains

Sometimes you start out writing one kind of book, and you end up writing another. Every once in a while life intrudes on your fictional plans and turns them upside down. Take LONE STAR. It had started out as a fairly straightforward story of a girl traveling cross-country to college and running into a scruffy boy with a guitar heading off to Read More...

Eileen Richards | Research: Tenant Farming in 19th Century England

Part of the plot of AN HONORABLE WISH centers around the friendship of Juliet Townsend with Penelope Williams, the daughter of a tenant farmer on the Horneswood estate. This friendship was not appropriate for a young lady of Julietís rank in the small village of Beetham. The work she does to help the family is seen as charity work. The friendship is Read More...

Lia Riley | First Chapter Reveal of WITH EVERY BREATH

Fresh Fiction is thrilled to reveal the first chapter of Lia Riley's WITH EVERY BREATH, the first book in her new Wanderlust series set to release December 29, 2015! Read More...

Lisa A. Olech | Writing Kick A** Women Characters

When I started writing about the Golden Age of Piracy for my new Captainís of the Scarlet Night series, I knew my female characters needed to be as tough as they came. These couldnít be the regency wallflowers or the fainting Ďrescue meí heroines. These needed to be captains of their own fate (pardon the pun). Woman who faced Read More...

Victoria Hamilton | Why Vintage; Why Kitchen?

Writers get asked all the time where we get our ideas. But in my particular case I get asked, how did I come up with the idea for the Vintage Kitchen Mysteries, in particular? I started cooking early. When I was very young my mother was a full time homemaker. I well remember the set of Pyrex Primary Colors bowls on Read More...

Vicki Delany | Christmas Town and the Essence of a Cozy Mystery

The essence of a cozy mystery, as I see it, is real life, with some components stretched and exaggerated for effect. Cozy writers take the things we love Ė families, friends, hobbies, crafts, even places Ė and write them with a loving hand to be slightly larger than life. And then, we thrust murder and sometimes mayhem into the mix. When it comes to real life, is there anything we love more than Christmas? The food, the Read More...

J.T. Ellison | The Joys of the Mass Market Paperback

Long before I was a writer, I was a reader (Iím sure this comes as a shock to you all). But I was a reader on a serious budget. Though I have always been a library hound, I also love, LOVE paperbacks. Using my meager funds, Iíd stand in the book aisle in the grocery store or drugstore (remember them?) and decide what I was going to buy that week. Though I read Read More...

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