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Flawed Characters

Flawed Charactersby Guest Blogger

Ella Grey likes to tell stories which feature very human characters, even if those characters sprout fur or can conjure fire with a click of their fingers… There is no such thing as a perfect human being, since we all have our flaws. It makes sense that the best characters have flaws as well. Fiona […]

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Review: This Wicked Magic by Michele Hauf

Review: This Wicked Magic by Michele Haufby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: Certainly Jones is a man trying to get back his life, but when the demons from his last quest are trying to stop him, he can think of nothing else than a female distraction. He has stolen from Daemonia, and has no doubt there will be consequences for what trouble […]

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Top 5 Favorite Historical Romances Set in America

 Top 5 Favorite Historical Romances Set in Americaby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Stacy Henrie, author of Hope at Dawn When asked what my favorite historical romances set in America are, it was a struggle! Here are five that I love and recommend: She Walks in Beauty by Siri Mitchell Short-Straw Bride by Karen Witemeyer Against the Tide by Elizabeth Camden Rebellious Heart by Jody […]

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Get into Bed with Molly Harper (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Molly Harper (Author Interview)by Lynn Reynolds

Lynn Reynolds: Was it hard to make the switch from werewolf to haunted house in Better Homes and Hauntings? Molly Harper: Not really.  I have always been fascinated by hauntings.  I was that weird little kid who checked out the non-fiction paranormal books out of the elementary school library so many times that my mom […]

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Review: The Dog Year by Ann Garvin

Review: The Dog Year by Ann Garvinby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Dr. Lucy Peterman is a woman who’s not very happy right now. Her life seems to be on the downturn. Lucy lets the reader see a true account of what her life is like since some personal issues happened. People tend to have a preconceived notion that a doctor’s life is […]

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Get into Bed with Emily Greenwood (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Emily Greenwood (Author Interview)by Keira G

Keira: What do you love best about Regency romance? Emily Greenwood: I love working within the constraints of the time. People in the early 1800s would likely often have felt that they couldn’t express themselves and their desires freely, and isn’t that, in some ways, an exaggerated example of the vulnerability we all still have […]

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My Top 5 Women’s Fiction Novels of All Time

My Top 5 Women’s Fiction Novels of All Timeby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Ann Garvin, author of The Dog Year Asking me what my top 5 women’s fiction novels of all time is like asking my mother (who has dementia and is pleasantly confused) what her favorite food is. She loves food, likes all kinds of food, but can’t reproduce her favorite food in thought […]

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Historical Erotic Romances in Australia

Historical Erotic Romances in Australiaby Guest Blogger

Guest Blog by Faye Hall, author of She’s Alot 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 […]

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