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Audio Review: Conversion (Conversion, Book 1) by S.C. Stephens

Audio Review: Conversion (Conversion, Book 1) by S.C. Stephensby Keira G

Hero: Teren Adams is a gorgeous twenty-something year old architect who just so happens to be part vampire. He really wants things to work with Emma and can’t believe she’s still with him after the dropping the news of his vampirism. He’s terrified of her meeting his family – because they’re pushing for babies and […]

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Writing Sensuality into a Story

Writing Sensuality into a Storyby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Mary Sullivan, author of No Ordinary Home I’m so happy to be here! Thank you loveromancepassion for having me. I want to talk today about raising the sensual stakes in a novel without littering the book with endless love scenes. To my mind, it’s important to have the characters yearn for each […]

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Holiday Blitz with Grace Burrowes, Terry Spear, and Carolyn Brown

Holiday Blitz with Grace Burrowes, Terry Spear, and Carolyn Brownby Guest Blogger

A Highland Wolf Christmas by Terry Spear Summary It’s going to take a lot of mistletoe… Guthrie MacNeill, financial advisor for his clan and werewolf pack, is at his wit’s end when the pack leader’s mate hires a gorgeous party planner to bring holiday cheer to the castle. Guthrie’s wildly attracted to Calla, except he […]

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Review: Breaking Nova (Nova, Book 1) by Jessica Sorensen

Review: Breaking Nova (Nova, Book 1) by Jessica Sorensenby Sandra Scholes

Reviewed by Sandra Scholes Synopsis: We all have dreams, but for Nova Reed, they can be all you have. Nova wants to be a famous drummer and get wedded to her lover, but now she sees this as an impossible dream which turns into nothing more than a nightmare – that is until she meets Quinton […]

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So You’ve Had a Bad Day? Write It Out!

So You've Had a Bad Day? Write It Out!by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Ishabelle Torry, author of The Gift We’ve all been there. A seemingly endless day full of aggravation or sorrow, and you just want to sit on your couch and eat ice cream— self-pity and self-loathing are your new BFFs. I’ve recently been through one of these stints. Sure, it felt great to […]

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Review: Lost in Starlight (Starlight Saga, Book 1) by Sherry Soule

Review: Lost in Starlight (Starlight Saga, Book 1) by Sherry Souleby Keira G

Heroine: You thought dating vampires was difficult? Try being a high school reporter and dating an alien. Yeah. That’s what I thought. I’m like Lois Lane and he’s like Superman, except he doesn’t have an alter ego and I’m not as dumb as Lois. Summary: Sloane Masterson loves horror films and critiques them every chance […]

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Let’s Talk Shop: Evoking Imagery

Let's Talk Shop: Evoking Imageryby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Brantwijn Serrah, author of All Mad Here Imagery. By golly, imagery is one of my all-time favorite literary devices. I’ve been told I have a very “immersive” writing style, because when I get on a kick with imagery, I can go on forever. My editor has even had to cut down some […]

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Love, Romance and… TV dinners!

Love, Romance and… TV dinners!by Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Sam Tonge, author of From Paris with Love Love, romance, passion… That’s what make life worth living, and in no place more than Paris, the setting of my new romantic comedy novel, From Paris with Love. As a younger woman I lived in the French capital for a while, and quickly fell […]

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