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Can he come home again to the Plain life?


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Is sacrificing herself the only way to stop this evil?


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Is Homecoming turns out more than new dresses…murdersacrificing herself the only way to stop this evil?


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Vampires aren't real...or are they?


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Is your first love worth a second chance?


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Win it all, or lose it all



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Readers and Authors Talk...

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Cindi Madsen
Jade Lee
Shea Berkley
Sabine Starr
Sarah Ballance

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Readers and Authors Talk...

Ella Quinn | Meet Lady Caro

My Muse and Me There are some authors who claim not to have a muse, and I believe them. After all, one should know if one has a muse or not. I do have a muse, and it’s a good thing as she is frequently smarter than I am and knows things I don’t. The downside comes when she gets bored. That usually occurs when I’m doing something that she claims “is Read More...



Allison Parr | Plot Bunnies and Inspiration

On April 14, Carina Press is publishing six brand-new sports romances. Today Allison Parr is here to tell us about her football novel, Imaginary Lines. It was a TV show that did me in. The heroine wouldn't stop mooning over the hero, who never gave her the time of day. For God's sake, I wanted to shout, get over him. Figure out your own life Read More...



Hazel Gaynor | Our Review of THE GIRL WHO CAME HOME

"Surviving the Titanic disaster and picking up the pieces" The Girl Who Came Home Hazel Gaynor Reviewed by Clare O'Beara The tragedy of the Titanic continues to fascinate us. This well-written story shows the point of view Read More...



Jade Lee | Monday Musing Tennessee

I leave for a writer's retreat on Wednesday. It's a week at a Tennessee cabin with fellow writers Cindy Dees and Elizabeth Hoyt. I'm sure those on FB will see all sorts of interesting #Squidge pictures there. So here are a few interesting musing in (what is to become) my standard format. 1. We found this cabin a) while hiking. Elizabeth Hoyt broke her ankle and Cindy and Read More...



Kate Willoughby | Welcome to the Secret World Of Men

Some language in following excerpt may be uncomfortable. On April 14, Carina Press is publishing six brand-new sports romances. Today Kate Willoughby is here to tell us about her hockey novel, ON THE SURFACE. Wow, I'm so excited to be here today! How many of you are hockey fans Read More...



Kat Latham | The rugby players who stole my heart | Sneak peek & a giveaway

On April 14, Carina Press is publishing six brand-new sports romances. Today Kat Latham is here to tell us about her rugby novel, PLAYING IT CLOSE. Hey, everyone! I'm so excited to be here today to introduce you to the world's hottest rugby team, the London Legends. Now, I'm going to go out on a Read More...



Jacqui Jacoby | Why a Tough Heroine

You're home alone. The house is dark. The clock is reading 3:32a.m. That noise that wakes you from your sound sleep, it's going to be one that pulls your butt from your warm bed and has you investigating the source. Because, as a tough chick heroine of any story, we don't need weapon because we are tough enough on our own and our thoughts will direct us on the right Read More...



Faye Hall | She's A Lot Like You

When I first started writing historical erotic romances, I had no real plan as to exactly where their settings would be. I mean, I know I wanted them set in Australia – but where? At the time I was in the midst of doing my family tree, discovering so many new things about the little townships I now take so much for granted and look at so very differently after seeing what they have become. Still Read More...



Emily T. Wierenga | How Writing Saved My Life (and Giving Away My Debut Novel)

I was the little girl who had chubby cheeks and a mushroom cut at seven years old. A smattering of freckles on my ski-slope nose, and corduroy skorts—a shorts and skirt combination--sewn by my Mum because we had no money, my dad in seminary to become a minister and working part-time at the skim milk factory. I didn't speak until I was four, because we moved to Africa when Read More...



Rebecca Zanetti | When the Voices Think I'm Crazy

I think authors hear voices. Different ones at different times, all wanting their stories to be told. Sometimes I'm a little wary with the voices and story ideas...but these days, things are crazy in the real world. During the release time of RISING ASSETS, right now, we are moving houses. With a hubby, two kids, two dogs and an insane cat, I am Read More...



Carolyn Brown | The Red-Hot Chili Cook-Off

Thank you Miz Sara and everyone at Fresh Fiction for letting me make a stop here on my recipe blog tour for THE RED-HOT CHILI COOK-OFF. I'm so excited about the second book set in Cadillac, Texas. There's a brand new lingerie shop in town called Bless My Bloomers, run by three cousins, Carlene, Alma Grace and Patrice. And things are Read More...



Joanne Kennedy | Announcing...a new series to love! The Cowboys of Decker Ranch

HOW TO HANDLE A COWBOY is the first volume in my Cowboys of Decker Ranch series. I just finished the first draft of the second book in the series (HOW TO WRANGLE A COWBOY) and I can't believe how much fun I'm having. It's obvious that romance readers Read More...



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