Authors

Where is the Love? How Writers are Forced to Cheat

Where is the Love? How Writers are Forced to Cheatby Guest Blogger

I’m Ava Bleu, author of contemporary and edgy inspirational romance, and I just want to know why things have to be so hard for writers? If you are a lover of romance novels you have probably heard more than one author explain that they still have their day job because it is terribly hard to […]

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Audio Review: The Unexpected Duchess (Playful Brides, Book 1) by Valerie Bowman

Audio Review: The Unexpected Duchess (Playful Brides, Book 1) by Valerie Bowmanby Keira G

Hero: Newly appointed by the crown, Lord Derek Hunt, the Duke of Claringdon, made a promise to his friend Julian, who is dying. His moniker among the ton is the Duke of Decisive for he makes quick decisions and sticks to them – winning many battles and honors because of it, including his dukedom. He […]

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Love – A Unique Magic

Love - A Unique Magicby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Shelli Rosewarne, author of Follow the White Rabbit Hi all, It’s wonderful to be here, and I’d like to talk a little about why I write in the genre I do. I write romance, but most of my stories will tend to have some aspect of fantasy or paranormal as well. I […]

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Review: The Promise (Thunder Point, Book 5) by Robyn Carr

Review: The Promise (Thunder Point, Book 5) by Robyn Carrby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Peyton Lacoumette stops in town not realizing that she’s looking for a job.  Dr. Scott Grant is looking for some help with his practice.  Ms. Carr has a way with words – you can feel the connection as it develops between Scott and Peyton.  She also catches the readers up on […]

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Review: Burning At Last by Crystal Rister

Review: Burning At Last by Crystal Risterby Guest Blogger

Reviewed by Fleur, of A Daily Romance I expect ‘True Blood’ fans will enjoy the author Crystal’s world of heartless, rough cut vampires, one sexy, smooth shape shifter and an independent gal who may have met her match. The story starts with the heroine in a scene of childhood bliss that is immediately followed by […]

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Book Intro: The Lover’s Secret by J.C. Reed

Book Intro: The Lover's Secret by J.C. Reedby Guest Blogger

Genre: Mature New Adult/ Adult Contemporary Romance Recommended for ages 18 and up. Full Length Novel When a sexy encounter comes like a dream… Brooke Stewart thinks she’s finally safe and can move on from her past. But after one night at the Trio Hotel and meeting the sexy stranger with the green eyes that […]

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The Mad Hatter was Framed! (Or Ten Things I Never Knew about Alice in Wonderland)

The Mad Hatter was Framed! (Or Ten Things I Never Knew about Alice in Wonderland)by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Torie James, author of Reclaiming the Rabbit Hole #1 The author, Lewis Carroll, whose real name is Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, was very meticulous and had this habit of making lists and keeping records of everything that he did. He even kept records of all the letters that he wrote – a total […]

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Shakespeare & Steampunk: Romancing the Words

Shakespeare & Steampunk: Romancing the Wordsby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Nikki Woolfolk, author of The Men of Summerly When I decided to write the second installment in my Steampunk romance Sweet & Steamy series I never imagined that of the mashup, but the results caused my own heart to flutter and be swept up in the magic that only Shakespeare’s Midsummer Night’s […]

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