Please welcome Megan Frampton to the virtual offices this morning! Check out what she has to say about her latest release The Duke’s Guide to Correct Behavior, and then enter the awesome giveaway!
Thank you to the Manga Maniac Café for inviting me to guest at their site today. I am a fan of both manga and cafes, although I am not certain about maniacs. I guess it depends on what type of maniac you are. I am maniacal about IPAs, peanut butter, and black sweaters, myself. Not to mention tall, dark-haired British men (see: Most of my heroes).
I am in the middle of Twice Tempted, and my project for the rest of the day is to finish reading it. Check back soon for a review!
About TWICE TEMPTED:
Fiona Ferguson’s troubles began with a kiss . . . Read more
I have a fun guest post this morning from Mia Marlowe, author of A Rake by Any Other Name. Please enjoy, and be sure to enter the giveaway below!
Hullo! Eliza Dovecote, at your service. (You can’t tell, I’m sure, but I’m giving you my best curtsy!) I’m Miss Sophie Goodnight’s lady’s maid. The folks at Manga Maniac Café asked Mia Marlowe, my author, what five things I might have to complain about in regards to my employer. ‘Tis a difficult job to find five things since I owe a good deal to Miss Goodnight, but I’ve never been one to shy away from hard work. I shall endeavor to please. Read more
Please welcome Vanessa Kelly to the virtual offices this morning! She’s here to share a list of items her hunky hero won’t leave home without. Check it out, then enter the giveaway below!
5 Things Sir Dominic Hunter Never Leaves Home Without by Vanessa Kelly
Carla Kelly is celebrating the release of Softly Falling, a historical romance set in Wyoming. She stopped by the virtual offices to share Lily’s winter survival kit with us. Read more
Please welcome Sally Orr to the virtual offices this morning as she takes over the control panel! Read more
Please give a warm welcome to Leigh Greenwood! He’s here with a Top 5, as well as a giveaway!
Top 5 reasons cowboys make such appealing heroes? Read more
May Contain Spoilers
Lies We Tell Ourselves is a brutally frank look at one of the most racially charged moments in the history of the United States. Sarah Dunbar is a teenager, and she’s one of the first black students to attend a traditionally white school in the south. Sarah is a bright girl with a promising academic future – until her parents enroll her Jefferson High School. She faces opposition every day, and the honor student’s schedule is full of remedial classes, because the school administrators don’t want these new, unwanted students holding back the rest of the class. The white students don’t want her there, their parents don’t want her there, and even the faculty looks the other way as she is tormented daily. Read more