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It wasn't safe before. Now, the coast is clear. And he’s returned to reclaim what’s his.

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He'll break her three-date rule or go down in flames trying.

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Chesapeake Valor

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Ardent Springs - a town made for second chances

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Love can find its way out of darkness…return to Jackson Hole, WY

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Adventure, romance, and danger collide when a young Alaskan fisherman nets the body of a Russian swimmer

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Domestic Equalizers returns

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Shae Ross | A Reader’s Eye

One of my favorite things to do as I’m writing is to create a Pinterest Board and a Spotify playlist that match the theme of my book. I start adding songs to my playlist as soon as I begin a story and continue, adding as I write. The same is true of my Pinterest board. By the time my manuscript is complete I have the journey well documented. Even more thrilling is when one Read More...

Pepper Basham | Dusted with Magic

I’ve always been a daydreamer. When I was a kid, it usually translated into some epic imaginary play with my brother and cousins. Nowadays, it ends up providing great creativity to my day-job as a pediatric speech language pathologist and in my night-job as a writer. Daydreaming is a powerful tool of creativity, whether as a carpenter, teacher, game designer, architect…any profession really. In story creating, it’s a foundational element Read More...

Sandra Lake | If a Viking had an iPod…

Music can be the sound track to our emotions. A great song can not only change your mood but also change your day. When a song speaks to you and knows your heart, you bond with it. I thought it would be fun to pick my characters brains and pick the top 5 songs for Hök Magnusson and Lady Sovia, the hero and heroine of my new Viking romance, Read More...

Veronica Forand | When Twelve Heartbreakers Are Better Than One Hero

I love romances. Not only writing them, but reading them as well. When I was invited into the Heartbreaker and Heroes anthology, I was not only excited to write with some of my favorite authors, but I also had the chance to read the stories before anyone else!!! A few things I learned about our heroes: They all had rough childhoods, whether from abuse, neglect, or caught in a Read More...

Cindi Madsen | What is it about opposites that attract?

What is it about opposites that attract? You could say that the heroine and hero in THE BAD BOY’S BABY are an opposites attract kind of couple. Admittedly, there are sometimes that I wonder how my husband can think so opposite of how I do. Last summer we remodeled, and our taste were so opposing that I often wondered how we ever managed to buy a house together in Read More...

Falguni Kothari | Interviews Simeen, the voice of MY LAST LOVE STORY

First off, thank you for doing this interview for us. I know you don’t have time for frivolous activities these days, what with your IVF cycle and your husband’s chemo. Simeen: It’s okay. I actually could use a break from all that. And from checking off items on Nirvaan’s tedious Titanic Wish List. What’s the Titanic Wish List? Simeen: Nirvaan’s bucket list Read More...

Rachel Thomas | Time Out

Taking time out to enjoy yourself is essential and it’s something I look forward to. I spend part of my day working on the farm and part of it writing, but I enjoy nothing better than to do something completely different. I have always had an interest in history and love visiting castles or grand old houses. I usually take my camera with me as it gives me a chance to indulge in that Read More...

Jessica Jayne | Why Do Firefighters Make Such Great Romance Heroes?

When I was asked to do a little piece for Fresh Fiction, I knew I wanted to tie it to my new book, THE MISBEHAVED, which releases—May 10th—from Totally Bound Publishing. It’s a friends-to-lovers romance involving a frisky bartender, Natalea Jones, and her best friend and most eligible bachelor, Drake Harte. The story opens at Natalea’s Read More...

Cate Cameron | Pros and Cons of Loving the Same Sport Your Boyfriend Loves

Pro of Same-Sport Loving – If you’re really dedicated to excellence, you have to spend a lot of time working out, practicing, and otherwise perfecting your game. If you have school or a job as well, there isn’t much time left for a relationship. But if your work out and practice time is ALSO relationship time, you’re all set! Read More...

Anya Summers | An Interview with Tobias Ford, hero of TO MASTER & DEFEND

What is your name? Do you have a nickname? My name is Tobias Ford. I also answer to Master, Sir, or Master T. Where were you born? Where have you lived since then? Where do you call home? I was born in Tucson, Arizona. My mother still lives there. I’ve lived all over the world with my stint in the military. Currently, Pasedena , California is where I call Read More...

Susan Stoker | The Genesis of a Story

SHELTER FOR ELIZABETH came about in an interesting way. At the end of book 4 in my SEAL of Protection Series, PROTECTING SUMMER, the heroine was kidnapped by a serial killer who wanted to torture the Hero SEAL. In order to accomplish this, he kidnapped Read More...

Kylie Logan | It's all about the Ethnic Foods...

According to statistics, there are more than 33 million people in America–a little more than 10% of the population–who lay claim to Irish ancenstors. I am not one of them. My bloodlines are strictly eastern European and I will take pierogi over corned beef and cabbage any day, a shot of vodka (it has to be from Poland) instead of a beer, a plate of the fruit-filled pastries called kolachki over . . . well Read More...

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