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I wanted to read Run for the Roses because the protagonist competes with her Arabian horse, and she rides saddleseat. Do you know how many times I have read a book were the protagonist rides saddleseat? Maybe three, and I read a ton of horse books. Almost every book with competitive riding features hunters or jumpers, so I was stoked to read this story. I wanted to see how closely Abigail’s preparations and challenges stacked up against mine. Even though she competes in a different circuit because she shows Arabians and I show Morgans (and Saddlebreds), the run up to the biggest show of the year felt very familiar. I really enjoyed Run for the Roses, and I wished that it was just a little longer. At about 80 pages, most of the action takes place at the Youth Nationals, as Abigail is struggling to stay focused on winning what is essentially her last show. She’s about to head off to U of M, and once she’s in college, it will be very difficult for her to be able to afford to show. Read more
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Good morning, Mick! Can you please describe yourself in five words or less.
[Mick Kilpatrick] Loyal, decisive, romantic, fun and compassionate.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you share a typical day in the life of Mick Kilpatrick? Read more
I’ve got some insider information on Scott and Sydney, the protagonists from T J Kline’s Rodeo Queen. Check it out! Read more
Entangled has a great line up of Flirt releases hitting virtual shelves today, and to celebrate, they are giving away a Nook, a $50 Amazon/B&N gift card, and a $25 Ghirardelli gift card! Read about the latest releases and enter for your chance to win! Read more
‘Tis the Season to be Kissed (Entangled Indulgence)
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I loved this novella! It’s sweet and sexy at the same time, and is funny as hell. I couldn’t put my Kindle down once I started ‘Tis the Season to be Kissed, and I was completely engaged in the story from the first page. Both protagonists are extremely likeable, the story is told with humor, and the set up and character interactions are completely believable. This novella blew me away with its charm, and I can hardly wait to read more by Amy Andrews. Read more
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Good morning, Adele, and welcome to the Manga Maniac Café! Can you please describe yourself in 140 characters or less.
[Adele Downs] Thank you for hosting me on your wonderful site. I’m happy to be here.
My author tagline is Flirty, Fun, Down to Earth Romance because people say those terms describe me and my books. I like that. ?
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Santa to the Rescue? Read more
Edge, a digital-first single-title romance line from Entangled Publishing, takes its lead from our popular Select imprint but gives its novels an edge in the marketplace by bringing great stories to readers at reasonable prices in a quick-and-easy way. Whether sexy or sweet, traditional romance or love and lust with a women’s fiction bent, at the center of every Edge book is heart. From Urban Fantasy to Contemporary Romance to Science Fiction Romance, Edge has a book for all romance readers—and right at their fingertips! As they say, all’s fair in love and war. To find out more about our titles, chat with authors, participate in special events, and to find out what books are coming next, visit the Entangled website
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The Queen of Dirty Talking is back! Whether this is your first experience with Tessa Bailey’s dirty talking heroes or you’ve been following her all along, you don’t want to miss out on meeting Brent and Hayden. Their banter is witty, filled with sexual tension, and the sex itself is “fan-your-face” hot, according to an early review from USA Today Happily Ever After.
Here’s a dirty talking snippet just for you guys:
He leaned forward and spoke right against her ear. “Come for me right now and I’ll let you ride me as hard as you want later. I know what gets you off. I saw it in your eyes last night. You want to throw me down and fuck me, duchess? Good. I’m in the mood to let you.” Read more