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THE NAMES OF DEAD GIRLS

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In an emotionally rich and captivating new novel, New York Times bestselling author Marie Bostwick reunites three sisters whose deep bond is rooted in an unconventional past.


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"You aren’t going to like me very much."


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A final battle looms and Emberly will need to command all her powers—or watch the world turn to ash….


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He agreed to give her his genes...but didn't expect to lose his heart.


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Meet your new royal obsession in this addictive novel from New York Times bestselling author Tracy Wolff.



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Meet Ann H. Gabhart, author of THESE HEALING HILLS

About Ann H. Gabhart Ann H. Gabhart is the bestselling author of several Shaker novels—The Outsider, The Believer, The Seeker, The Blessed, and The Gifted—as well as Angel Sister, Small Town Girl, Love Comes Home, Words Spoken True Read More...



Meet Shawn Smucker, author of THE DAY THE ANGELS FELL

About Shawn Smucker Shawn lives in Lancaster, PA, along with his wife and their six children. He is the author of Building a Life Out of Words and How to Use a Read More...



Sherrilyn Kenyon chats 'Dragonsworn'

Miranda Owen: In DRAGONSWORN, Falcyn and Medea are both warriors and have both known bone-deep grief. Do you prefer writing a hero and heroine who have a lot in common, or who are opposites that are thrown together? Sherrilyn Kenyon: Both :) They each have their own challenges and are fun to write, for different reasons. Miranda Owen: Betrayal and trust are hand-in-hand themes in many of your Read More...



Interview with Kate Baxter, author of ‘The Lost Vampire’

Miranda Owen: What is it about vampires that capture your imagination? Kate Baxter: I’ve always been a fan of vampires! I read Anne Rice’s INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE when I was 17, and after that, I was hooked. I love the aura of darkness that surrounds them, the intensity of their emotions, and the potential for so much self Read More...



Interview with Kylie Scott | breaking New Adult stereotypes

Miranda Owen: I admit that I am not normally a fan of New Adult or Young Adult fiction, but primarily it’s because it’s because I often feel like the teenagers are written as stereotypes, or because teenagers have so little control over so many things. What I like about TRUST, is that the teenaged characters are very definitely NOT stereotypes, and the Read More...



Interview with Vivian Arend | How can you not love a cowboy

Miranda Owen: As with other books in this Six Pack Ranch series, Family is a major theme in ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOME. Are the tight-knit Colemans anything like your family? Was it difficult making a family that is so lovable without crossing the line and making them artificially sweet? Vivian Arend: My family is not nearly as…prolific…as Read More...



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...



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