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Once Upon a Highland Christmas by Lecia Cornwall – Excerpt + Giveaways

Once Upon a Highland Christmas by Lecia Cornwall Once Upon a Highland Season #3 Published by Avon Impulse on 12/9/14 Lady Alanna McNabb is bound by duty to her family, who insist she must marry a gentleman of wealth and title. When she meets the man of her dreams, she knows it’s much too late, ...Continue Reading... The post Once Upon a Highland Christmas by Lecia Cornwall – Excerpt + Giveaways appeared first on Brooke Blogs.

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#AFTH2014 w/ Sara Jane Stone--favorite Christmas stories to curl up with... + giveaway

And morning yall! So today we have a new to me author...Sara Jane Stone. She's with Avon who I just adore and one I can't wait to check out :) Yall give her a nice warm welcome to the herd and leave her some comment love!  ~Anna

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Annie, not just another "Christmas Story"

My brother and I would go to bed at five that evening in order to rush Christmas morning along. We would take turns singing Christmas carols to each other. This would be over with by six. I wanted to jump in his bed and pound him but I wasn't sure if the window for being put on the naughty list was close. So I stay the course on being nice.

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Dec 18 - Post

The Devil Takes a Bride (The Cabot Sisters #2) by Julia...

The Devil Takes a Bride (The Cabot Sisters #2) by Julia London. Grace Cabot is in a fix, she needs a wealthy husband as quick as possible before the news about her mothers madness leaks out, if she could to be safely married her younger sisters would be looked after and her mother well cared for. She’s in Bath and decides on a plan, she asks a handsome young lord she knows to meet her in an empty shop, where she plans for them to be discovered by others, thus forcing them to marry. Not a very nice plan, but what else can she she do?. Everything goes well until she discovers the young man in the shop with her, and in her arms, is his starchy brother, the Earl of Merryton, and they’ve just been discovered as planned, and Grace has just found her husband. Grace was not to...

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Dec 18 - Post

If the Viscount Falls (The Duke’s Men #4) by Sabrina...

If the Viscount Falls (The Duke’s Men #4) by Sabrina Jeffries. This is the fourth book in The Duke’s Men series by Sabrina Jeffries and I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is a stand alone story but reading the other books will add a better understanding, especially the last one. The main character is Dominick Manton, who is now the Viscount Rathmoor after the death of his bother George in book 3. Years ago when he was young he was the happiest man in the world, he was engaged to a Jane Vernon, and they were in love. But then his world crashed when George, his brother, took away his inheritance and left him with no way to support Jane in the custom she’s used to or deserved, in Dom’s way of thinking any way. So as not to ruin Jane’s reputation he makes sure she catch’s him acting like a...

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A Big Wow for The Wedding Vow

I’m always tickled when my books are reviewed, but this lovely write-up for The Wedding Vow on the Fresh Fiction web site really made my day! “The Wedding Vow is a rollercoaster of emotions: raw and primal, sweet and sexy, crafted into an extremely moving story that keeps you guessing at how it will end until the very end, which is quite unusual for a romance. The Wedding Vow is, in my opinion, a work of genius.”

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A Royal Affair...with Sophie Barnes and Giveaway

A Royal Affair on Christmas Eve - Gina Conkle Born in Denmark, Sophie Barnes spent her youth traveling with her parents to wonderful places all around the world. She's lived in five different countries, on three different continents, and speaks Danish, English, French, Spanish, and Romanian. But, most impressive of all, she's been married to the same man three times—in three different countries and in three different dresses. When she's not busy dreaming up her next romance novel, Sophie enjoys spending time with her family, swimming, cooking, gardening, watching romantic comedies and, of course, reading. Find Sophie at: | Site | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads | Returning to England from a family visit in Germany, Lady Francesca and her parents get caught in a snowstorm. Unable to continue their journey, they seek refuge at a castle belonging to a German prince. Even though the prince is not in residence, they do not wish to...

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Running Hot by HelenKay Dimon

Synopsis: HelenKay Dimon kicks off her hot new romantic suspense series, Bad Boys Undercover, featuring the fierce men of Alliance—and the only women capable of taming their hearts. Camped out at a resort bar in Fiji, CIA operative Ward Bennett may look like he’s on vacation but he’s really deep undercover, hunting a dictator on the run. Ward may be on the job, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t time for the sexy female bartender. That is, until she drugs him. When Tasha Gregory discovers the hottie on the barstool isn’t who he pretends to be, her MI6 training kicks into gear, and she has no choice but to take him out. Problem is, Ward’s not an easy man to put down for long. More than once, his interference almost blows her surveillance operation—and her ability to keep her heart to herself. As the situation heats up, these two must...

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Dec 18 - Post

Writing Erotic Romance – Christmas And Other Holidays

This post has adult content. If you are under the age of eighteen years old and/or sensitive to adult language/situations, please do not read this post. Writers work on a fucked up schedule. Right now, I’m writing a story I hope will be released in August 2015. The story is set in the summer. I have the heat cranked in my writing cave and am listening to the Beach Boys. Many of the Christmas stories that are releasing this week were written in July (of this or the previous year). What this means is… We, writers, celebrate Christmas twice–once when we write a Christmas story and again when this story is released. Note: I’ll be focusing on Christmas for this post but many of my insights can be used for other holidays. Christmas is the biggest holiday theme in erotic romance. Valentine’s Day themed stories are usually a tough sell....

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Dec 17 - Post

What I'm reading...

Things have been crazy lately, and not just because of the holiday season. I've sadly neglected all of my reviews and book promo. :( I have read one OMG this is AMAZING book (Larissa Ione's Revenant)   And a few that I really enjoyed...  both of them I received eARC copies as an Avon Addict (boy am I addicted!!!!)   I'm planning to get reviews out for all of the

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