Feature Friday with Kathryn Le Veque

I’d like to welcome Kathryn Le Veque to the blog today! Thank you for joining us and sharing about your current release, Vestiges of Valor. Please scroll down to find Kathryn’s Giveaway.     Q&A: What inspired your current release?  One of the things I like to do when I plot a book is research – I love to read Medieval history because there are so many events that happened during that era that are stranger than life....

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Friday Feature & Giveaway with Delilah Marvelle

We are so happy to have Historical Romance author Delilah Marvelle visiting today! What inspired your current release? So many things inspired THE TAMING OF MR.RIDLEY. He was actually a character I created back in high school, but I never wrote him into a book or used him because he wasn’t ready for one. Given his dark, dark humor, morbid sensibilities and his inability to ever smile, I knew he had to be carefully molded lest readers not...

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Holiday Guest Post: Laura Trentham

Holiday Guest Post: Laura Trentham

  A very Cottonbloom Christmas! Jeremy Whitehurst has tried to leave his bad-boy behavior and tarnished image behind in Alabama for a fresh start in Cottonbloom, Louisiana. Unfortunately, trouble has dogged him across state lines. Stepping up and protecting a young woman from her abusive boyfriend earned him a beat-down and got him fired. Although the thanks in the girl’s dark eyes made it all worth it, he recognizes she’s just a...

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Teaser Tuesday: Guest Post ‘Eat Crow and Die’ by Maris Soule

  I stumbled into the dining room and grabbed the cell phone from the table as it began to ring again. “What?” I practically yelled. “P.J.?” I recognized Wade’s sister’s voice immediately. Ginny has a sexy, throaty way of talking that always reminds me of Marilyn Monroe. She’s also a very nice person and certainly didn’t deserve to be yelled at. I softened my tone. “Yeah, it’s me.” “I tried your home number....

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Tuesday Teaser: Guest Post ‘As the Crow Flies’ by Maris Soule

Smoke, burned pasta, and blackened cheese greeted me when I lowered the oven door. I opened a window and grabbed a dish towel. Waving the cloth back and forth under the smoke alarm, I finally moved enough fresh air by its sensor to silence the irritating sound. The lasagna, however, was beyond saving. I settled for a peanut butter sandwich and filled Baraka’s dish with his usual quantity of kibble. Our dinners eaten, I began to clean the...

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Friday Feature: Christy English

  When his wild spitfire of a sister makes a scene by drawing a claymore in Hyde Park, Highlander Robert Waters knows something must be done. To forestall the inevitable scandal, he hires widowed Prudence Whittaker to teach his sister how to be a lady-never expecting to find unbridled passion beneath the clever Englishwoman’s prim exterior. Mrs. Whittaker is a fraud. Born Lady Prudence Farthington, daughter of the ruined earl of...

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