Interview with Bethanne Strasser, Author of Letters From Home and Giveaway!

Please give a warm welcome to Bethanne Strasser!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in 140 characters or less.

[Bethanne Strasser] Lover. Army Wife. Friend. Mother. Impulsive. Rebellious. Faithful. Irish. Temper. Strong-willed.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Letters from Home?

[Bethanne Strasser] Letters from Home is a story of finding love where you least expect it. When Lena Rodriguez comes home from a deployment, she expects to meet the man of her dreams. Instead, the man who keeps grabbing her attention is Zachary Benson, the friend who has always been more like a brother. It’s a sweet [okay, not really sweet as in–a sensual rating. 😀 :P], poignant story about going beyond friendship to a love that will last a lifetime.

Read more

Interview with Lucianne Rivers, Author of Her Hot Pursuit: The Caldwell Sisters Trilogy

Please welcome Lucianne Rivers to the virtual offices this morning!

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Describe yourself in 140 characters or less.

[Lucianne Rivers]  I’m thirty one years old; survived thus far and am grateful for what I’ve got.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about Her Hot Pursuit?

Read more

Novella Review: On His List by Wendy Sparrow



On His List (Entangled Flirts)

May Contain Spoilers


ZOMG, I really enjoyed this novella, and I will use a word to describe it that I typically avoid because it is so over-used.  On His List is adorable.  I loved the uptight Owen, and worried that his OCD would prevent him from seeing how perfect Remy would be for him.  Would he look past her unplanned, spontaneous exterior to the caring woman lurking under the flashy clothes and oh so not sensible shoes?  Could he get beyond her list defacing ways?

Read more

Interview with Rebecca Thomas, Author of The Blacksmith’s Son and Giveaway!


[Manga Maniac Cafe] Hi, Rebecca!  Welcome to the Manga Maniac Café!  Can you please describe yourself in 140 characters or less.

[Rebecca Thomas] Stories must have a happy ending—tennis player, reluctant jogger, hockey crazy, board game lover, wife and mother who writes romantic fiction.

[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about The Blacksmith’s Son?

[Rebecca Thomas]Sure. My story opens with the heroine trying to end the suffering of an injured horse, but she doesn’t realize whose horse she’s trying to help, until it’s too late.

Read more