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Get into Bed with Leesa Bow (Author Interview)

Get into Bed with Leesa Bow (Author Interview)by Keira

Keira: In the past couple of months, I’ve heard a lot about “new adult” romances. How do they differ from young adult romances or contemporary romances? Is there blending of genres? Leesa Bow: New Adult is where the characters are usually 18-25 years of age. We know this can be a sensitive time with many […]

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Review: Only the Brave Try Ballet by Stefanie London

Review: Only the Brave Try Ballet by Stefanie Londonby Keira

Hero: Grant Farley injured his hamstring on the field and must regain his flexibility quickly in order to play. He signs up for ballet lessons because he’s desperate for a “quick fix.” What he doesn’t expect is to find himself very attracted to his private tutor. Tweaking her tutu is just the kind of fun […]

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10 Reasons Football Players Should Do Ballet

10 Reasons Football Players Should Do Balletby Guest Blogger

Guest blog by Stefanie London, author of Only the Brave Try Ballet I love books that throw unlikely pairings together. In my debut novel, Only the Brave Try Ballet, I put a former wild-child football player and an ex-professional ballerina together…oh, and I made the footy player take ballet lessons just to make him extra […]

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Review: Going Cowboy Crazy by Katie Lane

Review: Going Cowboy Crazy by Katie Laneby Keira

Summary: Faith Aldridge goes to Bramble, Texas, looking to find her sister, Hope, the twin she never knew she had. Except that the backwards town only sees Hope and they’re determined to hook “Hope” up with her old high school flame, Slate Calhoun. Now Slate knows there’s something off about “Hope” and he doesn’t think […]

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