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When she saves a Celtic warrior from a fae curse, can he stop her from paying the ultimate price?


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You can't escape the past . . .


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A second chance at love is the best Christmas gift of all.


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Revenge can taste damn good when it’s hot, too.


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Alaric has never met a woman he wanted for his own . . .


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Investigating a suspicious accident leads Drew on a path that points to international intrigue and ever-growing danger



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Vivien Jackson | A Primer to Celebrating Autumn...in Texas

When I was a kid, my mother was paranoid. I mean, she's still paranoid—she's an expert in everyday items that will definitely kill me soon—but her hovering and persistent worry provided the clearest shape to my sense of How One Properly Celebrates Fall. Apparently once there was a dude who either poisoned Halloween candies or slipped razor blades into caramel apples or…I dunno what the real story was, but by Read More...



Meet R.C. Boldt

AUTHOR READER MATCH WRITES: contemporary romance, including romantic comedy and military romance ABOUT AUTHOR: RC Boldt lives on the southeastern coast of North Carolina, enjoys long walks on the beach, running, reading, people watching, and singing karaoke. If you're in the mood for some killer homemade mojitos, can't recall the lyrics to a particular 80's song, or just need to hang around a nonconformist who will Read More...



A reclusive, alpha artist… why is Martin Blake so appealing?

In an early version of the STATIONMASTER'S COTTAGE, a beta reader convinced me to change my brooding hero into a nice boy-next-door, because women no longer want alpha males. He was good looking and charming. And boring. It didn't work, of course, and Martin returned to his rightful self. Martin Blake is a complex character, the dark opposite of Christie Ryan Read More...



Favorite Character to write in To Marry a Texas Outlaw? Why?

I really love all the characters in this conclusion of my Men of Legend series but I have to say my favorite is Josie Morgan. She's had a rough life but it's given her the toughness she needs to survive. Josie grew up above her mother's saloon so she's seen the best and worst of humanity. Because of the various types Read More...



Characters: The biggest ache in a writer's side

Characters: The biggest ache in a writer's side. You can't control them. You can't guide them. They simply birth their way onto the pages, pulling you in so many directions that you wind up going grey and gaining fifteen pounds by the time you're done writing the book. (TRUE STORY, by the way.) BUT, every once in a while, these characters do something so Read More...



Heather Slade | Identical Twins have a Connection, but what is it?

"Are you really interested, or is it a show to get back at the ex-girlfriend?" Tucker asked his brother. "Her name is Irene. And yes, I'm interested." "You're sure?" "Did you see her? She's magnificent." Tucker agreed. She was magnificent. Her violet-hued eyes had sparkled when she met his gaze, stirring something in him that he hadn't felt in a Read More...



Loreth Anne White | A Writer's Obsession and A Detective's Obsession

In THE DROWNED GIRLS, Detective Angie Pallorino took down a serial killer permanently and, according to her superiors, with excessive force. Now, in THE LULLABY GIRL, Angie is forced back into uniform and she's been benched on a desk assignment for 12 months. This challenges Angie in every way—if she's not a Read More...



Ally Mathews | Top Five Reasons for Adults to Read Young Adult Romance

I saw a statistic somewhere recently that said 55% of young adult book readers are adults. I'm not surprised, because I'm an adult who loves to read YA, and especially YA romance. In no particular order, these are my top five reasons adults should read YA: It will remind you of all of your firsts. Your first crush. Your first date. Your first kiss. Okay, I started Read More...



Christine Warren talks sexy shifters

Christine Warren, author of HARD BREAKER, chatted with Fresh Fiction about her latest book, where she sees the series going, and whether or not she plans to write more books in The Guardian series. Fresh Fiction: Now that the major battle between the Guardians and the demons has been fought, will you be continuing the story line and taking it a new direction? The Guardians series was always intended to Read More...



Elizabeth Heiter | Top 10 Mysteries and Thrillers Made into Movies

Always read the book before you see the movie. That’s my rule for any movie that’s been adapted from a novel, because 99% of the time, I enjoy the book more. Maybe that’s because it’s hard to distill a 100,000 word novel down to 60 or 100 pages of screen time. Inevitably, subplots come out, plots get simplified, characters are merged. But sometimes, the movies stand up to the books Read More...



Dale Mayer | Return to SEALs of Honor world

Peace of mind was required to get a good night's sleep. Feeling rough around the edges, Kai hopped into the shower just so she could wake up enough to start the day. A couple cups of coffee later and she was awake enough to figure out what she had on her calendar. She'd probably spend the morning in the office until meeting Ice for lunch. She glanced around her apartment Read More...



Melissa Eastlake | Retelling Rapunzel in the Contemporary World

My YA fantasy novel, THE UNCROSSING, is a retelling of Rapunzel, set in a mafia-like underworld of magic. Of course, retellings can cover a wide swath of storytelling methods, from point-by-point reworkings of a plot to brand-new stories filled with winking references. Retelling a fairy tale, specifically, requires a lot of new twists. They’re often short and don’t have Read More...



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