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This hard-bodied football star is used to scoring.


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Take the shot…or take a chance?


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A young widow dares to love again in the heartwarming conclusion of the Ardent Springs series.


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“Unforgettable characters and a high-octane plot …” —Publishers Weekly STARRED REVIEW


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In Summer Dance, bestselling author Nan Rossiter brings together characters from her acclaimed novel Nantucket in a powerful, heartwarming love story that bridges past and present.



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Conversations With Authors

Interview: Jenn McKinlay gets cozy and romantic in ABOUT A DOG

Miranda Owen: When you have two successful and entertaining cozy mystery series, what made you decide to write romance? Do you read romance? If so, who are some of your favorite romance authors and books? Jenn McKinlay: The cozy mystery market seemed to be saturated and I had written five different mystery series over the past eight years, so I felt Read More...



Amanda Ashley talks shape-shifters, romance, and who she's reading today!

Miranda Owen: For readers like me, who are unfamiliar with your books written as Madeline Baker, could you please describe what your historical romances are like? Amanda Ashley: They all have Indian or half-Indian heroes. A few of them are gunfighters because I love bad boys. Several of the books are time travel romances because they are such fun to Read More...



Barbara Longley talks her latest release, 'Whatever You Need'

Miranda Owen: Like me, most readers tend to fall in love with Wyatt Haney in your novel, WHATEVER YOU NEED. I’m always a sucker for a “nice guy” hero like Wyatt. What type of hero do you most enjoy writing about, and reading about? Barbara Longley: Thank you! I’m Read More...



Lorraine Heath talks about WHEN THE MARQUESS FALLS

On the eve of her latest release, WHEN THE MARQUESS FALLS, Lorraine Heath chatted with reviewer Miranda Owen about writing historical romances, her favorite characters, and who she reads to escape. Occasionally, in one of my online book groups, the question comes up asking Read More...



Sara Orwig discusses 'Reunited with the Rancher'

Prolific contemporary romance author, Sara Orwig, stops by Fresh Fiction to discuss her career, traditions and her 102nd book REUNITED WITH THE RANCHER. Describe the relationship between Tom and Emily Knox. Were there challenges in writing it? REUNITED WITH THE RANCHER is about Read More...



Kerrelyn Sparks talks about 'How to Tame a Beast in Seven Days'

Monique Daoust: Kerrelyn Sparks's HOW TO MARRY A VAMPIRE MILLIONAIRE was my introduction to both contemporary and paranormal romance, and I have remained a fan all along. It is my pleasure to welcome Kerrelyn Sparks to Fresh Fiction today! Kerrelyn Sparks: Thank you for inviting me! Monique Daoust: You Read More...



Mary Balogh chats about 'SOMEONE TO HOLD': part two

This is part two of Mary Balogh's interview with Miranda Owen. To read the first half, click here. Miranda Owen: I’m in a few online book groups, and there is always a discussion about what we, as readers, drives us crazy about the genre we love – whether it’s technical Read More...



Mary Balogh chats about 'SOMEONE TO HOLD': part one

Miranda Owen: After reading SOMEONE TO LOVE, I was completely charmed by Alexander and his sister Elizabeth, and was hoping to read their stories next. Even though I wasn’t looking forward to a book about Camille Westcott as much as the others, after reading Read More...



Interview with Kerrigan Byrne, author of 'THE DUKE'

Miranda Owen: Each hero in your Victorian Rebels series is sexy but a little dangerous, but your heroines are all very different types of women, and the circumstances surrounding how each romance develops are wildly different. In THE DUKE, the hero and Read More...



Alexandra Hawkins talks about her 'Lords of Vice'

Miranda Owen: I normally don't care for stories about star-crossed lovers but I loved reading YOU CAN'T ALWAYS GET THE MARQUESS YOU WANT. Was it always the plan for this Masters of Seduction series to have the children of two bitter enemies Read More...



Q&A With Manda Collins | Ready, Set, Rogue

Frederick Lisle first appeared in your book WHY LORDS LOSE THEIR HEARTS. Will we see books featuring Frederick's brothers? The Lisle family really caught my interest in WHY LORDS LOSE THEIR HEARTS, and would love to hear more about them. Manda Collins: It was probably poor planning on my part to make the hero of the third book in a Read More...



Elizabeth Heiter | The Many Faces of Criminal Profiling

When you think of criminal profiling, what comes to mind? Maybe Hannibal Lecter teaching Clarice Starling how to track down Buffalo Bill in SILENCE OF THE LAMBS. Or perhaps a group of agents who fly around in a private jet and present new profiles every week to police stations across the country in CRIMINAL MINDS. The actual process of creating a profile is a fascinating blend of psychology and criminology, and there’s not just Read More...



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