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Can a convicted criminal be trusted to help solve their case, or will he lead them straight into a double cross?

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Can she restore his reputation or will he jeopardize hers?

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Family, second chances--and the connections that bring women together in hope and healing. . .

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Will this unlikely match prosper or fall to the shoals of the ton?

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The Irresistible Italian: Married for Business

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You'll never be the same

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Mary Ellis | The Best Part of Being an Author

Today Iím sharing photos of the best part of being an authorÖ.research. Visiting the location where a story takes place not only provides firsthand information, but offers a tax-deductible getaway as well. Several years ago, I had the pleasure of traveling to England for background for THE LAST HEIRESS. My trip to England allowed me to reconnect with an old Read More...

Katie Ganshert | The Art of Losing Yourself

Itís funny how stories come into existence. Sometimes, itís a character who wonít leave me alone. They take up residence in my brain and refuse to go away until I put them on the page. Sometimes, itís an interesting story in the news that grabs my attention. Sometimes, itís a strange scenario that has my imagination racing. And sometimes, itís the glint of the sun off a sign in Read More...

Lori Benton | How I Found My Writing Passion, or Be Careful Little Eyes What You See

I blame it on the late actor, Heath Ledger, and his knee breechesóyou know, those ones he wore in The Patriot (with Mel Gibson, 2000), that movie about the Revolutionary War. Maybe I should also blame it on chemo fog (a long term side effect of chemotherapy treatment, which I underwent in 1999, but thatís another story thatís been told in other places). I was still in the midst of Read More...

Amy McNulty | Love and Freedom: 5 Reasons Why My Villageís Women Have It Worse

My name is Noll (heroine of NOBODY'S GODDESS). Itís actually OliviŤre, but no one calls me that. (If youíve spent more than a few minutes with me, youíd see why Iím hardly the delicate little bird deserving of such a ladylike name.) In my village surrounded by mountains, each man falls in love with only Read More...

Brooklyn Ann | Bite at First Sight

I am so excited to be here to celebrate the release of BITE AT FIRST SIGHT! I am dizzy from all the kind things the reviewers have said about this book! ďThe romance is delicious, exciting, and sexy... BITE AT FIRST SIGHT is an erotic love story with strong characters Read More...

Bronwen Evans | A Touch of Passion

Dear Readers, Waving hello from New Zealand, where I write Regency historical romances. In my current Regency series, The Disgraced Lords, several of the characters, their friends, and siblings, fought at the battle of Waterloo. As 2015 marks the 200th anniversary of the battle of Waterloo 18-20th June 1815, in Belgium, I thought Iíd learn a little bit about the epic battle. The battle was considered Read More...

Cheryl Bolen | Chance, Mistake, and Coincidence

What do chance, mistake, and coincidence have to do with romance? They're all titles of my House of Haverstock series of Regency-set historical romances. Book 1 is LADY BY CHANCE. Book 2 is DUCHESS BY MISTAKE, and the third installment (not out till later this year) will Read More...

Keri Ford | Home Sweet Hallmark

Thanks for having me today! Iím excited to be here and happy to give away a couple of books too! But before that part, let me tell you about how I started writing my newest release, CUPCAKES AND CRUSHES. Basically, I wanted a Hallmark movie in book form. Those cracky and addictive movies Read More...

Ruth Cardello | A Country Girl Goes To The City

In my newest release, TYCOON TAKEDOWN, Melanie Hanna is a single mother who heads to New York to find the man she slept with in college and tell him that heís a father. The last thing she expects is to fall for the man her friend asked to watch over her. Her priority is her son, but she canít resist Charles Read More...

Eric Jerome Dickey | A Taste of ONE NIGHT

New York Times bestselling author Eric Jerome Dickey checks in to the hotel of readersí dreams for an ardent romantic adventure that lasts just ONE NIGHT. Have a taste in this exclusive excerpt. Excerpt from ONE NIGHT I looked at my phone. No call, no text, no Read More...

Holly Robinson | The Risky Business of Writing Fiction

There was a huge stir recently when novelist Kazuo Ishiguro published his new fantasy novel, THE BURIED GIANT. The cause of the controversy had little to do with the novel itselfóthe world is littered with fantasy novelsóbut was sparked by the fact that its author is a British writer famous for understated novels of manners like ďThe Remains of the Day Read More...

Laura DiSilverio | Creating Heaven

No, this isn't a religious essay! It's about how I invented the fictional town of Heaven, Colorado, the setting for my new book club mystery series featuring the Readaholics. I started with my protagonist, Amy-Faye Johnson, who is an event organizer. I thought about the different events she might be hired to organize (and how they might go hysterically wrong--but that's a different post). My mind drifted from corporate events Read More...

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