Friday Feature: Ally Broadfield

All of Lady Abigail Hurst’s dreams seem to be coming true when at long last her childhood sweetheart asks for her hand. But when a maid is found dead, and her betrothed is the chief suspect, Abigail begins to wonder just what manner of man she’s marrying… The Marquess of Longcroft, Edmund Townsend, has always preferred complex mathematical equations to the trappings of society. And love? Love is a non-quantifiable concept. Still,...

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Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

A Teaser Tuesday snippet…  Where Lord Bowles backpedals, Georgian style   From book 3 in the Midnight Meetings series (coming in 2016) by Gina Conkle     “What you said about my hips tonight…about my being well-fed was rude.” He winced. “You heard that.” Light radiated off smudged glass, reflecting his sculpted mouth. His shoulders squared in the way of a man facing his due. She rubbed the purple velvet, drawing a...

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Friday Feature: Michelle McLean

Minuette Sinclair thought her biggest problem was getting out of her aunt’s finishing school as a proper Victorian lady. But now she’s pretending to be engaged and her fake fiancé is in debt up to his neck. What’s more, her father is in jail, falsely accused of murder. A legendary lost necklace might be their salvation and Min is determined to find it. But master thief Bryant Westley is after the necklace too and has every...

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History Thursday: A Woman’s Wisdom on How to Conquer

  We’ve all heard, “Behind every great man stands a woman.”  I’d push the adage further. Beside every great man stands a great woman.  Especially when it comes to Vikings. Archaeologists have lately declared Viking women fought alongside Viking men — like this is a thrilling revelation. Many assumed the bones found at historical digs belonged to Viking men. Recent DNA tests corrected this.  Turns out a lot...

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Teaser Tuesday

Teaser Tuesday

A Teaser Tuesday snippet…  Where we learn denial is good for a man   From book 3 in the Midnight Meetings series (coming in 2016) by Gina Conkle   Marcus leaned a shoulder against the doorjamb. At the corner cabinet, Samuel raised a narrow-necked bottle in silent question. He wanted a drink but waved away the offer. Denial was good for man who lived too long with excess. A man like him.   He was turning over a new leaf and...

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