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What’s So Great About Christian Romance . . . Even If You’re Not the Religious Type?

What’s So Great About Christian Romance . . . Even If You’re Not the Religious Type?by Guest Blogger

Greetings!  Lee Tobin McClain here, urging you to give inspirational romance a try, even if it’s not your usual fare. Why? Here are six reasons. Without the sex, there’s more room for other aspects of romance. “Hey, Christian romance, that’s like a contradiction in terms!” is a line that at least eight men have used […]

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Giveaway: Harlequin’s Sexy Christmas Romances!

Giveaway: Harlequin's Sexy Christmas Romances!by Guest Blogger

Naughty & Nice…: Public relations whiz Matthew Beaumont won’t let scandal ruin his brother’s Christmas wedding. Yet scandal is Whitney Maddox’s middle name. He grudgingly allows the outrageous child star turned horse trainer to stay in the wedding party…as long as she behaves herself. But soon he’s the one misbehaving with this irresistible maid of […]

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Review: Fired by Her Fling by Christy McKellen

Review: Fired by Her Fling by Christy McKellenby Keira

Hero: Tristan Bamfield arrives in London to settle a personnel dispute at his father’s radio station. Cleaning up messes for his dad is something Tristan is used to, having taken over the family kitchen cabinet business years ago. He has a fabulous evening with a sexy woman only to find out the next day that […]

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Review: A Rake by Any Other Name (Somerfield Park, Book 1) by Mia Marlowe

Review: A Rake by Any Other Name (Somerfield Park, Book 1) by Mia Marloweby Keira

Hero: Richard Barrett (Lord Hartley) was enjoying his Grand Tour when he is called home to take his rightful place as the head of the household. His father fell from the roof and while alive, is no longer fit to run the estate. Richard soon discovers the financial situation is only going to be fix […]

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Author Secrets: What Makes Us Want to Read a Romance?

Author Secrets: What Makes Us Want to Read a Romance?by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Erin Moore, author of Awakened by the Minotaur Marketing people speak a lot about “conversion” – the point when a shopper turns from a browser into a buyer. For novels in general, and romance particularly, a lot of that conversion happens when we see the cover of a book. But what, specifically, are […]

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Excerpt and Giveaway: Strollers and Stilettos by Nana Malone

Excerpt and Giveaway: Strollers and Stilettos by Nana Maloneby Keira

Book Summary: What happens when real life gets in the way of Happily Ever After? Chronic list-making, event planner, Jaya Trudeaux Westhorpe, envisioned a fairytale ending once she married hotel magnate, Alec Westhorpe—complete with a steamy, extended honeymoon and an eventual family.  What she didn’t expect was a baby on their doorstep and a family-phobic husband. […]

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Why I Write LGBT Fiction

Why I Write LGBT Fictionby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Matthew J. Metzger, author of Enough I’d like to get serious for a minute, if I may. (I know – Matthew? Getting serious? Pft.) But just for a minute. Please? Cool. My name is Matthew J. Metzger. I am twenty-four years old and an author – six times over now – of […]

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Review: Twisted (Eternal Guardians, Book 7) by Elisabeth Naughton

Review: Twisted (Eternal Guardians, Book 7) by Elisabeth Naughtonby Lynn Reynolds

Reviewed by Lynn Reynolds Cynna is a spectator of an interesting fight.  Nick is fighting for his survival without losing who he is.  Almost right away this author shows how ugly the beast of sexual and mental abuse is.  I found that even though this is part of a series, you could read this book […]

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