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Get Social with Avon at RWA14! Snap, tag, and win! (Plus a SEP Scavenger Hunt!)

Attendees of RWA listen up! Here's ALL the ways you can snap, tag, and win! Clinch with us! Snap and #tag the #AvonRWA14 giant cover posters: take a picture and upload to Facebook, Twitter, Instagram for a chance to win 10 free ebooks! Snap and #tag #AvonRWA14 wordbubbles: pose and upload! Send your craziest shot to Facebook, Twitter or Instagram for a chance to win free ebooks! ConFAB with AvonBooks at RWA: Tag us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram #AvonRWA14 for a chance to win free ebooks…maybe even an instant invite to the Avon Party! Snap a shot with your fave AvonBooks author at RWA14 and tag #AvonRWA14 – you may win a bunch of her ebooks! Lastly, for all SEP fans out there at RWA, we've got a super fun Susan Elizabeth Phillips Treasure Hunt going on! Each day, starting July 22nd (today!), the scalawags from William Morrow will...

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Jul 24 - Post

ARC Review: The Danger in Tempting an Earl by Sophie Barnes

The pace of the story fast and the conversations are lively and the characters are brilliant.

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Facial Hair On Heroes – Yes Or No?

Adrian Grenier Thanks to the popularity of Duck Dynasty, the beard is back! I’ve yet to write a bearded hero. My heroes are normally cleanly shaven as they tend to be businessmen. I’ve seen bearded men in suits but this is still less common. Nicolas, the billionaire hero of Sinful Rewards, is cleanly shaven. He’s a beautiful sophisticated man. He reminds me a bit of Adrian Grenier, the star of Entourage, when I saw him a few years ago. In this photo, he has a hint of stubble, but his chin is normally bare (his thick dark wavy hair is identical to Nicolas’ – I want to run my fingers through it). Houston Alexander aka The Assassin Hawke, the other hero in Sinful Rewards, has perma stubble. Yes, he’s bad ass, a manly man, a primitive beast, not caring about his appearance, but there’s also a practical reason for his...

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ARC Review: The Danger in Tempting an Earl by Sophie Barnes

The Danger in Tempting an Earl by Sophie Barnes Publication date:  July 29, 2014 Series: At the Kingsborough Ball #3 Publisher: Avon Amazon | B&N | Goodreads ~~Reviewed by Lisa~~ For Lady Katherine Langdon, widowed Viscountess Crosby, danger comes in two forms- Lucien Marvaine, Earl of Roxberry, who was the spare, and attempts on her life. The first is understandable; he’s handsome, has known her since her christening, they are friends and she finds herself attracted to him. The attraction is a bit disconcerting as she does not want to lose their friendship. A relationship that has become strained for reasons she is not sure of. The second form of danger has both her and Lucien at a loss. When they meet again, Lucien is the Earl and Katherine is widowed. He sets about making her his as he should have done four years ago. He discovers the bright, confident woman he loves has been replaced...

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Jul 24 - Post

So I Married A Werewolf Review

So I Married A Werewolf by Kristin Miller (ARC Review) Published July 28, 2014 by Entangled Covet 3.5 Claws "Great love story, just lacking in action." Synopsis - Carter Griffin, enforcing officer for the Seattle Wolf Pack, has a problem. He's been offered the promotion of his dreams…if he can find a wife to prove he's over his playboy ways. But Carter's already walked the matrimonial road and bought the stinkin' T-shirt. Besides, a werewolf only gets one fated mate. Been there, done that. All werewolf dog trainer Faith Hamilton wants to do is earn enough green stuff to put her younger brother through college. Okay, okay, so she also totally wants Carter, her sexy next-door neighbor, to look at her as more than a friend. It's too bad size 12 and plain isn't his type. At all. The two friends strike a deal to help one another out. They...

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Jul 23 - Post

Jul 23 - Post

Short Book Review: No Attachments by Tiffany King (Woodfalls Girls #1)

Hello everyone and happy Tuesday Wednesday! Jeez Louise has it been difficult to update this week. This post should have gone up yesterday but the internet was horrid and my mash-up Monday post for this week is being postponed for next week because of some errors loading the pictures for the recipe part of my post -_- moving on! Another week gone and you might think I'm just being lazy again but I'm not - I swear! I've been reading and reviewing for VampireBookClub.net. If you are big into almost anything paranormal, I definitely recommend checking them out. They have been my go-to for book recommendations for years :) So happy to be working with them! So far, I have reviewed Moon Called by Patricia Briggs and Nice Girls Don't Have Fangs by Molly Harper. I also have a blog post going up tomorrow at parajunkee.com on which trends I want...

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