It’s in His Kiss – A Battle of the Books by Gina Conkle (cross-posted with Casablanca Author’s Blog)

It’s in His Kiss – A Battle of the Books by Gina Conkle  (cross-posted with Casablanca Author’s Blog)

It’s been fun this year to see two very different heroes come into their own: Lord Marcus Bowles, a second son and Jonas “Bacon” Braithwaite, man of business for the Earl of Greenwich. Both men appear as key secondary characters in the Midnight Meetings series. Now they get their own books, but as men, they couldn’t be more different. So, here’s a reader poll for you. Which hero archetype appeals to you the...

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“Having a case of lust at first sight?” (an excerpt from The Lord Meets His Lady)

The Lord Meets His Lady by Gina Conkle Midnight Meetings series, book 3   Where rakish Lord Bowles fixes a cottage and an impertinent housekeeper fixes his heart An excerpt:             “Having a case of lust at first sight?” Samuel asked.             “What?” Marcus dislodged himself from the parlor doorway.             Samuel frowned and checked his brothers. Alexander and Adam were bent over a chess...

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Tuesday Teaser: Waiting for a Girl Like You by Gina Conkle

Tuesday Teaser: Waiting for a Girl Like You by Gina Conkle

    A smile lifted the corners of his mouth. Fathomless. Discerning. Still as deep waters. I’d never had a man look at me quite that way…like I was the only woman in the room. If I didn’t know any better, I’d guess he understood and respected my female need to be the center of his attention, no matter how many pretty women vied for his notice. His blue-eyed concentration was heady. A girl could get drunk on it. All my...

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Waiting for a Girl Like You ~ An Exclusive Sneak Peek

 ***Warning! This preview shares a hotter than usual read***         The first two chapters of The Proper Care and Feeding of a Broken Heart 1 of 2 stories in the book, Waiting for a Girl Like You     1   “She’s naked in black stilettos as you requested.” Mrs. Smith’s voice echoed down the hallway.  “A fresh face…a California blonde.” Mrs. Smith’s real last name was a string of unpronounceable...

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