November 28th, 2014
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Balancing a new relationship with the growing demands of financial success.

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Will they have a second chance at love? A new romantic comedy series, The Sweet Spot

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What does it take to win the heart of a duke?

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A gripping, emotional tale about real life magic that touches us all during the holiday season

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Welcomes to Haven Point, a small town full of big surprises that are both merry and bright

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When he begins the mating dance, her first instinct is to run.

Touching stories for the shorter days of November

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Elisabeth Barrett | Second Chance Napa...for New Year's

I don't know about you, but I totally love a good second chance romance. In a second chance romance, love, once lost, is eventually found and oftentimes it is more real and poignant than ever. And there's something about second chance romances set around the holidays that really does it for me. For many, the holidays are filled with love, and the traditions associated with the season invite reminiscing Read More...

Lindsay McKenna | WOLF HAVEN -- a Wyoming book

Dear Reader, At last, my next Wyoming series book! Starting in 2015, I will have two Wyoming series books in a row coming out, and then two Shadow Warrior books coming out in a row. All via HQN. I love Iris Mason and her Elk Horn Ranch family as much as you do. And I Read More...

Sara Reyes | Reflections on Giving Thanks

Happy Thanksgiving It's the day of thanks and reflection on those people and things I'm most happy to have in my life. This year, I decided to make a list. It may not be complete but it's a great start to a day filled with all the people I love and some great food. I'm thankful for lessons learned: Sometimes life hands me challenges Read More...

Tracy Wolff | Holidays: The Time for #Bingereading

First of all, I want to say thank you to the Fresh Fiction crowd for having me today! I absolutely adore these people and am so thankful that I have them in my life!!! I love to read and the Fresh Fiction team always has a million reviews and recommendations on what I should be reading—something I really appreciate now that my crazy writing schedule doesn’t let me read quite as much as Read More...

Hope Ramsay | Ties That Bind

Tomorrow, all over America, families will convene to celebrate Thanksgiving. There will be cooks in the kitchen making old family favorites. There will be football, family gossip, and getting down on the floor playing with the grandkids. There will be family togetherness and family drama too. And most of us wouldn’t miss it for the world. At its best, Thanksgiving reconnects us to the people we love. We celebrate our blessing and all the Read More...

Cindi Madsen | Whipping Up a Good Holiday Read

1 Swoon-Worthy Hero That pretty much goes unsaid I guess, but it is one of the most important ingredients. In AN OFFICER AND A REBEL, we have Nate Walsh. He shows up right after former town-rebel Kelsey wrecks her car dodging a deer on the snowy road. He’s a cop, but he’s also the kind of guy who would Read More...

Tiffany Reisz | One Tip to Keep a Series Fresh

“A lot of times, people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.” – Steve Jobs As of today (November 22, 2014 when I’m writing this piece), I have written seven full-length Original Sinners novels, seven Original Sinners novellas, and approximately twenty Original Sinners short stories for a grand total of over 1 million words. When writing a series of this scope Read More...

Brandy Purdy | The Ripper's Wife

I have been fascinated by Jack the Ripper ever since I was a little girl. In 1988, the 100th anniversary of the Whitechapel Murders, my mother gave me a paperback copy of THE COMPLETE JACK THE RIPPER by Donald Rumbelow and I was hooked. Every aspect of the case fascinated me: the victims lives, their fall from respectable poverty to alcoholism and prostitution; the setting, the stark contrast between the squalid slums of Read More...

Eileen Dreyer | Teased by TWICE TEMPTED

Hoping to be tempted? Read this special excerpt from Eileen Dreyer's ravishing historical romance TWICE TEMPTED. He arched an eyebrow. “Lord Whitmore again? Please, Fiona. Don't do that to me. When I hear Lord Whitmore, I think of my uncle, who had six fingers and thought bathing was a trick of the devil.” She giggled. “I can understand your wanting Read More...

Laura Kaye | Writing an Amputee Hero

I'm so excited to be here at Fresh Fiction on release day to celebrate my new book, HARD TO COME BY. This book is part of a super sexy and suspenseful series about the surviving members of an Army Special Forces unit investigating the suspicious circumstances that got them dishonorably discharged from the military. Read More...

Inara Scott | Your Secret Indulgence

Right now, I have three things hidden in my sock drawer. Item one: a large bag of left-over Halloween candy. (To clarify, the bag is large, but the candy is mostly gone. Sad face.) Item two: a box of mini dark chocolate bars from Trader Joe’s. (Also mostly empty. See a theme here?) Item three: Hmm. Well, in the interest of decorum, let’s just say there is a three, and I really Read More...

Marina Adair | Most Romantic Inns of the South

I love traveling almost as much as I love romance. Which made researching for my latest release, SUGAR’S TWICE AS SWEET, so much fun. After being dumped, abandoned, and left homeless, my heroine Josephina Harrington leaves the big apple behind for the small town of Sugar, Georgia to turn her great aunt’s dilapidated boarding house into a boutique lifestyle retreat. In Read More...

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