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4.5 STAR REVIEW: SHELTER FOR CERISE by Nicole Flockton

After surviving a terrifying tornado, Cerise Robinson has re-evaluated her life goals. Her focus now is on, Finn, her foster son, and following her dream to adopt him so that she can...

INTERVIEW: Mark Olshaker on THE KILLER’S SHADOW: The FBI’s Hunt for a White Supremacist Serial Killer

We are thrilled to welcome New York Times, international bestselling author and one-half of the writing team who brings us The Killer's Shadow: The FBI's Hunt For a White Supremacist Serial Killer, Mark Olshaker! Our...

BOOK BLAST: LOVERS, PLAYERS, SEDUCER BOOK III: The Betrayal of Nicholas La Cour by J. A. Jackson

Nicholas La Cour never expected to be betrayed. Convicted of a crime he didn’t commit; it is only luck that proves his innocence. Maëlle has always had a thing for bad boy Nicholas… …and Nicholas...

GUEST BLOG: My Russian Family History in TWIN TIME by Olga Werby

I guess I should start with the fact that I was born in Russia. I lived in Leningrad (now Saint Petersburg) until I was thirteen and a half. I came to America...

INTERVIEW: Donna Scott on SHAME THE DEVIL Plus Giveaway

Hi Donna, and thank you for joining us on Novels Alive today! Your book SHAME THE DEVIL, released May 11, 2020, of this year, came out to some rather spectacular reviews. How long...

BOOK BLAST: A VENOMOUS LOVE by Chris Karlsen

Publication Date: February 25, 2020 Paperback & eBook; 340 pages Series: Bloodstone, Book 3 Genre: Historical/Suspense/Victorian A veteran, Detective Rudyard Bloodstone has fought a brutal battle and witnessed war horrors that haunt his nightmares. Now one...

3.5 STAR REVIEW: ELEMENTARY, SHE READ by Vicki Delany

Release Date: March 14, 2017 Gemma Doyle, a transplanted Englishwoman, has returned to the quaint town of West London on Cape Cod to manage her Great Uncle Arthur's Sherlock Holmes Bookshop and Emporium....

GUEST BLOG: Romancing the Past and THE LADY WHO SAW TOO MUCH Giveaway

I write historical romance set in Victorian America, so I consider it my job to “romance the past.”  For every aspect of Victorian life I find unappealing, there’s one that strikes a...
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