Articles from October 2015



Friday’s Featured Cover Art ~ Because This Is Forever by Lena Hart

Blurb ~ The decision that tore them apart… Former hopeless romantic, Mia Trent, is crushed when the love of her life, Nate McArthur, reveals that he doesn’t want to get married–or have children. But it’s too late. Mia is already pregnant and her dream of “happily ever after” is sharply put to an end when […]

Excerpt Monday ~ Snake’s Salvation by Aliyah Burke

Blurb ~ Snake’s Salvation (Cottonwood Falls) by Aliyah Burke – Romance>Contemporary Two people with painful pasts can create something spectacular with each other. Jason “Snake” LaRue was a Navy SEAL. Now he’s not and he has trust issues and memories he can’t forget no matter how hard he tries. His one solace is a woman […]

Seriously – Who doesn’t like a good Christmas story?

Technically the books haven’t been released yet but the coming soon announcement was made. On November 3rd Sexy Holiday Delights is coming. To celebrate there is a FaceBook party to Boot. 😀 check it out too https://www.facebook.com/events/166305993715312/ Think about it. Ten steamy Christmas stories to set your lights a blinking. Some fabulous authors have come […]

Excerpt Monday ~ Asian Persuasion – The Beginning by Kassanna

Blurb ~ Anjula Matthews loved people but a betrayal by the ones closest to her left her hesitant to trust again. Choi Jin Woo wanted to live his life free of the obligations his family placed on him. He chose to leave and start anew. Fresh with new beginnings, both meet under unusual circumstances leading […]

Excerpt Monday – Wilde Blue by Susan Hayes

Blurb ~ Dani Moore barely escaped her abusive marriage. Six years later, she just wants to raise her little girl in peace. When she learns that her ex-husband is out on early parole, she goes into hiding, adopting a new name and starting a new life far away from the man who tried to kill […]

Fridays Featured Cover Art ~ Verde Bianco Rosso by Billy London

Blurb ~ Widow. Sister. Mother. All those labels hung from Emmanuella Harrison, like the ‘A’ of shame. After so many years of playing it straight, she’d forgotten who the real Ella was. Sometimes, whenever she managed to make the severe Durante Da Canaveze smile, the sparkle of the woman she’d been a long time ago […]