• Review: The Draig's Choice Draig, #4

    OMG This book is awesome. "The Draig's Choice" is a time travel romance that gets you totally wrapped up in history. This story just comes alive and the characters entice you into their world. Truly, just when you think things might slow down, something...

  • Review: Runaway Girl

    What a stellar read this was! I loved "Runaway Girl". After "Getaway Girl", unanswered questions regarding the missing bride are just waiting for the reader. While cold feet played a part in Naomi's decision, it basically boiled down to a case of identity....

  • Review: Bonded by Accident

    Whoops! This is quite the whopper of a mistake. But if Slade and Brandi end up bonded, how could it be an accident?? The Goddess works in mysterious ways getting couples together that she deems perfect for one another. Both Slade and Brandi have reasons...

  • Review: Wishful Thinking The Swann Sisters Chronicles Book 1

    I really enjoyed this book and my reason is strange; the author's physical description of the girls' fairy godmother could have been describing my grandmother. This visual really put a spin on the book for me, needless to say. Based on the girls' history...

  • Review: Earl of Destiny A Lords of Fate Novel, #2

    I truly enjoy everything K.J. Jackson writes. "Earl of Destiny" was no exception and it kept me enthralled from beginning until the last page was turned. This is a story of secrets, suspense, mystery and a coming together of two unexpected people. Brianna...

  • Review: Tinsel in a Tangle

    Ainslie Paton pens a delightful holiday short story that blends the joys and pains of office life. Shelby Yule is wonderful in her Human Resources role and her genuine and caring nature shines through as she tries to ensure everyone at her company enjoys...

  • Article: 5 SWAG Must-Haves for 2019

    Author swag has two purposes: Make an impression NOW, and Make an impression LATER. Most of the time, writers hand out swag at conferences, book clubs, and other in-person events. Face-to-face is great but when the show is over, that swag has to keep...

  • Article: Free & Bargain Romance Books

    Each week we release a newsletter with Free & Bargain Romance books. Get signed up and start getting awesome deals on romances.  These are just some of the titles we shared. Authors: Submit a Freebie or Bargain Romance Book

  • Article: Where Will My Story Take Me

    My father once asked me whether I thought people choose our own destinies or if we are simply helpless victims of fate.  At the time, for I was still in my late twenties, I answered confidently.  We determine our own fate.  Destiny is a...

  • Article: Halloween Flash Fiction

    I grew up listening to my Irish grandmother’s stories about the Fae, including her encounter with a Banshee in her family’s cellar when she was a teenager. Of her many stories, this is my favorite, and I love to share it every Halloween. ...

  • Review: Death Is Not Enough The Baltimore Series, #6

    Karen Rose is a master of mystery and this romantic suspense novel proves it. Thorne and Gwyn are absolutely perfect for one another. I’m not usually a fan of the friends to lovers plot but these two defied my aversion. This pair has been through so much...

  • Review: In the Mood Fur Love

    The "In the Mood Fur Love" anthology has three complete stories that are not related to each other. Each story is unique and special. The characters range from a woman who can’t bare to be touched (Bearing His Touch by Eve Langlais) to a woman cursed...

  • Article: Keep Your Career Going (31 Years, 50 Books, 15 Novellas)

    This September I will have been a selling writer for 31 years.  Fifty books.  Fifteen novellas.  I’ve attended the death of my career so many times I’ve worn out the black dress. When talking to beginning writers, I always mention...

  • Article: A Letter to My Awesome Readers

    To My Awesome Readers, I can’t believe it! Couldn’t Ask For More has finally hit shelves, both virtual and at bookstores everywhere. To say I’m excited to have you read this book would be a gross understatement. So much of my blood,...

  • Article: From Best friends to Lovers

    If you want the truth, “Friends to Lovers” romance stories are my very favorite to write. I love the shared history, the hints at what might have been so many years ago, the secret crushes, the ALMOST moments, and best of all… wrestling...

  • Review: Season of Wonder

    This contemporary romance has a lot of small town charm in it as a big city veterinarian learns just how nosey small towns can be and how neighbors help each other. The winter setting in Idaho is picturesque and the townspeople are friendly. Everyone...

  • Review: Unleashed Hotel Temptation

    If you like a story with more sex than plot, this is the book for you. Though there is a story line it is basically used to tie together sex scenes and/or discussions. Margot is a stereotypical straight-laced professor who is book smart but lacks real...

  • Review: Mistletoe Miracles Ransom Canyon

    As a single book, "Mistletoe Miracles" is just a cover for three fantastic stories set in the same basic location during the same time period. It’s quite easy to keep the stories separate and to follow each story line but it’s extremely hard to pick a...

  • Review: Worlds Collide Warriors of Risnar, #3

    "Worlds Collide" was a mostly-fun romp, Risnar was intriguing and I liked Jape and Velia as characters. That said, it never quite clicked for me. This is definitely a "it's not you, it's me" situation as I found Velia's faith in her fellow Earthlings...

  • Review: Craft Brew Trouble Brewing

    I enjoyed this second installment of the Trouble Brewing series. I like this couple way more than the couple of the first book. Nic and Cameron's relationship is still very new. They haven't told their friends they're dating and they've been apart for...

  • Article: Book vs Movie: To All The Boys I Have Loved Before

    To  All The Boys I Have Loved Before by Jenny Han was the book people buzzed about at the 2018 San Diego Comic Con because it was about to become a Netflix movie. This adorable YA story is about a young girl whose love letters are delivered to her...

  • Article: Basic Storytelling: The Importance of Choice

    You may have blinked and missed it, but The Darkest Minds movie released in August is the latest Young Adult (YA) dystopia joint adapted from a popular novel to crash and burn at the box office . Cue the proclamations from on-high that the YA dystopia...

  • Article: The Birth of Paranormal Romance

    Halloween is in the air. The scent of bonfires, apple cider, fallen leaves…and pumpkin spice fill the cool, crisp air with spicy aromas. The days are short and the nights are long. What better way to fill those long chilly nights than reading?...

  • Article: 5 Ways to Start a Book

    Sometimes writers have trouble starting a book. They stare at a blank page. Type a few words. Hit the backspace key. And start over. I’m here to tell you – don’t overthink! I’ve written over 50 books and my advice to you is to...

  • Review: Shaman's Seduction

    I was thrilled when I heard Kathryne Kennedy was releasing some new stories. It's been many years since she's published a book and I've been a long time fan. I love how Kathryn transports me to new places and gives her worlds loads of magic. She did just...

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