March 17th, 2018
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Theodosia Browning investigates a Charleston steeped in tradition and treachery

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How far would you go to get justice for the one you love?

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The trick is to marry for love—a task easier said than done!

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They are part of an elite unit. On task. Off grid.

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True love deserves a second chance . . . .

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Shocking evidence hits close to home...

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Holiday Potluck

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Sharon Buchbinder | Love and Latkes!

Latkes, in case you don’t know, are potato pancakes, fried in oil. The holiday celebrates the Maccabees (the Hebrew word for “hammer”) victory over the Greeks who wanted the Jews to reject their one G-d and worship pagan gods. When the Jews reclaimed the Temple, they found only enough uncontaminated oil to light the menorah for one night. Instead, the Read More...

Sweet chocolate drinks and pretzels from Dani Pettrey

I'd chose Gage's Peppermint Mocha because I love peppermint, coffee, chocolate and the very handsome Gage McKenna from my Alaskan Courage series novel—STRANDED. Gage is quite the chef and loves to mix up flavors and this drink is layered with plenty of yummy warmth for a cold, winter day. My family and I love to sip holiday drinks like these sitting by Read More...

Anna Del Mar | Easy, Bubbly, Sexy Sangria

In our home, the holidays are all about family, about coming together to celebrate our blessings and have fun. We're a global bunch and people travel from all over to gather at our house. There's lots of laughter and an excess of delicious foods. But the star of the evening is my Mom's sangria. Read More...

Kate Carlisle | California Christmas Potatoes

New York Times bestselling mystery author Kate Carlisle is a native Californian who worked in television production for many years before turning to writing. Kate also studied acting and singing, toiled in vineyards, collected books, joined a commune, sold fried chicken, modeled spring fashions and worked for a cruise ship line, but it was the year she spent in law school that finally drove her to begin writing fiction. It seemed the safest way Read More...

Sierra Donovan | Holiday Fudge

Christmas is over, you say? BAH! I say. Now that the shopping-and-mailing crunch is over, this is a time we relish at my house. It’s a time to sit back, relax, and enjoy the rest of the season. The house is decorated, the deadlines are over, and there are still Christmas movies and music to enjoy, all at a more leisurely pace! And, confession time: The first chance I had Read More...

Special Christmas Breakfast Casserole - Family Favorite

Does your family have a favorite they've grown to love year after year? Here's one for Christmas morning and it's easy to make the night before. Less stress on all! Here's another favorite holiday recipe that my family expects on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas for Breakfast. A good friend gave this recipe to me over 45 years ago, and it's been standard fare at our house for years. ~ Viki Read More...

Miranda Owen | A Variation on the Cherry Surprise Cookie

From Miranda Owen "Ok, I lost the original recipe in my great grandmother's church cookie cookbook, but luckily found this Read More...

Clare O'Beara | Baked Irish Ham

In Ireland it is usual for a family to eat roast turkey on Christmas Day and to bake a ham on Christmas Eve. The rind of the ham is cut off prior to cooking and this goes on top of the turkey as it is placed in the oven. To bake the ham, we steep it in water overnight to remove the worst of the salt. Then we remove the rind, score the fat into Read More...

Patricia Davids | Holiday Bon Appétit and a Book

Merry Christmas from me, Patricia Davids. If you love pecans the way I do, you'll want to enjoy this delicious holiday recipe all year round. They are called Kentucky Pecan Bars and they are YUM. Pair them with a cup of hot peppermint cocoa and you'll have a real treat to savor while you enjoy my latest book, Read More...

Varina Denman | Unexpectedly Sweet Christmas Memories

When I walked down the aisle and said “I do,” I married into the Christmas tradition of making roll-out cookies for Santa. My husband’s family has a to-die-for recipe that produces cookies with a tea cake texture that melts in your mouth. The secret ingredient is sour cream which makes them not too sweet … just right. And nobody can eat just one. We’ve baked cookies almost every December Read More...

Marie Ferrarella | Marzipan Bundt Cake for the Holidays

Holiday Bon Appétit! Here is a delicious holiday recipe to enjoy alongside my latest Christmas book: HER MISTLETOE COWBOY. I think Christmas and everyone I know thinks of my mint chip brownies and my marzipan bundt cake. The brownies are more or less a standard recipe, except doubled (so the brownies are nice and thick) and add in lots of mint Read More...

Jeanne's Lyet Gassman | Celeste's Chocolate Cherry Cake

I have always been a chocolate fiend. Chocolate chip cookies, chocolate ice cream, chocolate fudge, chocolate candy with almost any filling, even semi-sweet chocolate chips straight from the package are my vice. I prefer chocolate anything for dessert, except perhaps mole, which is a combination of chiles and chocolate, something that makes no sense to me. Chiles should be spicy, and chocolate should be sweet. When I turned 21 in college, my best Read More...

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