I really enjoyed Where I Belong, so I was eager to catch up with Corrinne and see what she’s been doing since her days in Broken Spoke, Texas. The Art of Goodbye takes place over the evening before she leaves for college, with brief flashbacks to the spring, when she visited Broken Spoke to attend prom with her new friends. That evening didn’t go quite as she had planned, so Corrinne has carefully crafted a schedule of events to celebrate her last night in New York City. She is on a rigid time table, and when these plans don’t go as expected, either, she learns a valuable lesson. There is no art to saying goodbye, and sometimes, things just happen. Trying to control every situation to make a perfect memory isn’t possible and it’s better to just go with the flow. Read more
This morning I have an excerpt from Susanna Carr’s latest release, Secrets of a Bollywood Marriage. I have a fondness for Bollywood movies, so this book immediately hit my TBR pile. Read more
If you like your heroes hot, the sex hotter, and a swoon-worthy romance to swoop in and save your happily ever after, Brazen has the story for you. Sinfully sexy soldiers. Alpha cops who demand control. Sweet guys with a naughty side in the bedroom. At Brazen, they’ve got the hero destined to melt your… heart. Visit the Entangled website
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Caedmon Wolves, #5
Tension grows between old rivals.
Cold-blooded murder sparks a feud between rivals that could lead to the deadliest civil war in Pack history. Alpha Devin Caedmon and his council are forced to risk all that is precious to protect their bloodline. Tristan Arnou, Caedmon’s rival, isn’t the only force trying to tear down the unity holding them together. The source of the threats must be eliminated before their entire race is destroyed. Read more
The Sunday Post is hosted by Kimba of The Caffeinated Book Reviewer
. This is a weekly meme where we can share news of the week and highlight new books received.
Sorry I haven’t been around much-Dean and I did manage to fly off to San Diego for a few days, and now I am scrambling to catch up at work. We had a much need break from all the stress we’ve been under. We went to Sea World, the Zoo, and wandered around Balboa Park, and if you want to see some pictures, check out my Instagram here. You’ll see pictures of animals, food, and even paper made of panda poo. We both agree that Richard Walker’s Pancake House has ruined IHop for us. Read more
This morning I have a fun post featuring recent releases with Highlanders. I have an excerpt from Paula Quinn’s latest book, as well as an interview with Sue-Ellen Welfonder. Please enjoy, and be sure to enter the awesome giveaway! Read more
I have a cover redesign to share for Honor Reclaimed by Tonya Burrows, as well as a giveaway for you to enter.
First, here is the synopsis:
Former Marine scout sniper Seth Harlan is new to HORNET and anxious to prove he can still do his job despite an ongoing battle with PTSD. He remembers all too well what it’s like to sit inside an enemy camp, praying for rescue and waiting for death. So when a black ops soldier contacts HORNET to rescue a buddy who was left behind, all sorts of nasty memories strain his newfound stability. Read more
Driving Mr Wrong Home was not my favorite novella in the Billionaire Matchmaker series, and I’m not sure why. It has all of the elements I usually find engaging; a second chance at love trope, a road trip across the country, and a feisty little dog that demands pets and attention. I think the problem I had is with the heroine’s personality, and I didn’t feel that she really changed much during the story. Read more