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A darkly addictive novel of seduction and psychological obsession

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She Trusts Him For the Job, But Can She Trust Him With Her Heart?

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Brethren of the Coast

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Love knows no boundary.

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He survived combat…but will he fight for love?

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Timeless Love!

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Sometimes It’s Not How Fools Fall in Love – It’s Where!

Does anyone else remember this childhood rhyme: “Beth and Rob sitting in a tree, k-i-s-s-i-n-g . . .” Those aren’t exactly show-stopping musical lyrics, but odds are, we all sung them at one time, probably teasing a friend or a “frenemy.” And while I’m all for “k-i-s-s-i-n-g-ing,” I’ve never understood the idea of sitting in a Read More...

Nancy G. West | Training Bras: Myths And Realities Of Writing

I’m a writer. I know a lot of writers. I confess to you now that we all started in training bras, believed in myths and shunned reality. MYTH. Fiction writers are natural story tellers. If we’re Irish and sat on Grand Pappy’s porch during our formative years listening to tall tales, we might be natural story tellers. Otherwise, we have to work at it. People think we sit down, pour Read More...

Play CLUE with Nancy Bush

Author Nancy Bush says her husband would live on the water, if he could. But Nancy? She’s the terra firma type. What could possibly go wrong in the water scene below in Nancy’s July romantic thriller, THE KILLING GAME? In Nancy’s version of the long-time favorite Clue game, she will send a surprise to the poster of her favorite comment on Read More...

6 Things I Learned About Writing Suspense from Reading Suspense.

Looking back now, I realize that every time I picked up a book as a kid, I was learning to write—especially suspense. In junior high, before amazon made just about every book on the planet available, I went to great lengths to find my favorite suspense authors and read everything they wrote. Arguably, some were better than others, but at that time I didn’t even care. As long as there Read More...

Lena North | Two big dogs, lack of privacy and a soggy tennis ball

There are two big, black dogs in my life. Oh, yeah, I have two teenage daughters and a husband as well – but somehow they never seem to take up nearly as much space as our dogs. My dogs don't do lonely very well. Or to be honest, not at all. You know those last precious minutes just before the alarm goes off in the morning? That's when one, or both of them, puts Read More...

Olivia Dade | Not-So-Easy Rider

“I need to learn to ride a bike.” Sarah didn’t try to hide her grimace. “By the middle of next week. Even though riding one of those things is basically daring God to smite me.” That’s the opening of READY TO FALL, my fourth Lovestruck Librarians book. Now, I Read More...

A.M. Griffin | Second Chance Love

“Second Chances” was a thing before it was a trope. I think everyone at some point or another has thought about that long lost love, the what-if’s and maybe’s. Whatever happened to that guy in high school that you used to date but eventually lost contact with? What about the random hook-up in college? Or more meaningful, what ever happened to your first love after the two of you broke up Read More...

Interview with the Gianna York Elmsworth from THE LADY WHO SAW TOO MUCH

Cursed with prophetic visions and desperate to atone for a death she could have prevented, Gianna York swears she will never again ignore the chance to save a life. When she is hired by Landen Elmsworth to serve as companion to his sister, Gia repeatedly sees the image of her employer's lifeless corpse floating in Misty Lake. As subsequent visions reveal more details, Gia soon realizes her best chance to save this Read More...

Mari Manning | Writing about Cops

I never thought much about cops until I started writing them. Sure, there were times when I sped past a radar-toting cop in a cruiser, and my heart leapt into my throat. A few times I’ve glanced into the rearview mirror and seen the red-and-blue flashing lights. I had to think about cops then. But until I started writing cop characters, I never thought about how they thought or felt. I Read More...

Isabella Alan | Bigfoot Comes to Town

MURDER, HANDCRAFTED is the fifth novel in the Amish Quilt Shop Mystery Series, and in each book in the series, there has been a quirky twist. In book one, readers were introduced to my protagonist Angie Braddock and her Frenchie Oliver, who just so happens to be afraid of birds. In book two, they met Read More...

Shelley Freydont | Recipe for a Gilded Age Murder

When I was asked to give the perfect set of circumstances for a historical mystery, I didn’t have to think long. It’s just like putting together a perfect recipe. A GOLDEN CAGE, A Newport Gilded Age Mystery. Take one opulent era of history. Mark Twain called it The Read More...

Amanda Carmack | Mary, Queen of Scots at Fontainebleau

One of the biggest perks of writing historical fiction is the research! I am a library junkie, and could spend way too much time digging through dusty old books. Getting to travel and see the places in my books is even better! Fontainebleau is one of the most beautiful palaces in Europe, with a fascinating history, and I enjoyed the chance to spend a little more time there with Kate Haywood (even Read More...

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