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5 STAR REVIEW: HIS CASTILIAN HAWK by Anna Belfrage

The Castilian Saga Book 1 Release Date: September 28, 2020 For bastard-born Robert FitzStephan, being given Eleanor d’Outremer in marriage is an honour. For Eleanor, this forced wedding is anything but a fairy tale....

5-STAR REVIEW: WHEN A ROGUE MEETS HIS MATCH by Elizabeth Hoyt

The Greycourt Series: Book 2 Release Date: December 1, 2020 Return to New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Hoyt's signature drama and intrigue, where two enemies will discover if their marriage of convenience can...

GUEST BLOG: Fact vs. Fiction by Allison B. Hanson

When writing a book, we fiction authors try our best to weave in as many facts as possible to make our story more believable for our readers. We spend a lot of...

NEW RELEASE: HER NIGHT WITH A DUKE by Diana Quincy

Desire knows no reason... When Lady Delilah Chambers finds herself stranded at a country inn on a rain-swept evening, she’s forced to fend off a group of ruffians with the help of a...

5 STAR REVIEW: HER NIGHT WITH A DUKE by Diana Quincy

Clandestine Affairs: Book 1 Release Date: September 29, 2020 Desire knows no reason... When Lady Delilah Chambers finds herself stranded at a country inn on a rain-swept evening, she’s forced to fend off a group...

NEW RELEASE: LOATHE AT FIRST SIGHT by Suzanne Park

Release Date: August 18, 2020 “Bursts with humor, heart, and great energy. I loved it! Park is a hilarious new voice in women’s fiction.”—Helen Hoang, author of The Kiss Quotient  “ punchy adult debut set...

NEW RELEASE: COUNTRY by Michael Hughes

Release Date: October 1, 2019 Published to ravishing acclaim in the UK, a fierce and suspenseful reimagining of Homer’s Iliad set in mid-1990s Northern Ireland—a heart pounding tale of honor and revenge that “explodes with...

GUEST BLOG: Catherine Bybee’s NOT QUITE PERFECT Blog Tour

I’m a pantser, everyone who has ever read an interview about me understands that I don’t plot my books by any stretch. However, an outline of a character would be the exception...
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