May Contain Spoilers
I haven’t been reading many Loveswept romances because they publish so many that are New Adult, and it takes a special NA to keep me engaged. I thought that Dancing in the Rain was NA, so I skimmed over it when I first saw it. Then I read some good reviews, I’m a sucker for a good hockey hero, and I decided to give it a go. I am so glad I did, because it is easily one of my favorite contemporary romances so far this year. Read more
May Contain Spoilers
If a blogger friend hadn’t recommended Worth the Fall, I would have skipped it. The pregnant heroine and all of those little kids… yeah, not my cup of tea. Despite my reservations, the characters managed to charm me within the first few pages. I breezed through this book and had a hard time putting it down, so if you decide to give it a try, plan your time accordingly Read more
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Good morning, Patricia! Describe yourself in five words or less.
[Patricia Rosemoor] Creative but able to multi-task.
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about your book?
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Good morning, Sidney! Describe yourself in five words or less.
[Sidney Halston] Mother, reader, daring, playful, dreamer
[Manga Maniac Cafe] Can you tell us a little about your book? Read more
Laugh: The Burnside Series by Mary Ann Rivers
May 6th, 2014
Mary Ann Rivers continues her Burnside family series—perfect for readers of Kristan Higgins, Jill Shalvis, and Ruthie Knox—as two people try to share their hearts without losing their cool.
Dr. Sam Burnside is convinced that volunteering at an urban green-space farm in Lakefield, Ohio, is a waste of time—especially with his new health clinic about to open. He only goes to mollify his partner, suspecting she wants him to lighten up. Then Sam catches sight of Nina Paz, a woman who gives off more heat than a scorcher in July. Her easy smile and flirty, sizzling wit has him forgetting his infamous need for control. Read more
Today I have a spotlight and giveaway for LIVE by Mary Ann Rivers!
Mary Ann Rivers kicks off a new contemporary romance series—sure to please readers of Ruthie Knox, Kristan Higgins, and Jill Shalvis—where love can be found unexpectedly.
If there’s an upside to unemployment, Destiny Burnside may have found it. Job searching at her local library in Lakefield, Ohio, gives her plenty of time to ogle the hottest man she has ever laid eyes on: the sexy wood-carver who’s restoring the building. But as the rejection letters pile up, Destiny finds an unexpected shoulder to cry on. With his rich Welsh accent, Hefin Thomas stirs Destiny so completely that, even though he’s leaving soon, she lets herself believe the memory of his scorching kisses will be enough.
Hefin can’t help but notice the slender, confident woman with ginger hair who returns each day, so hopeful and determined. So when the tears start to fall, his silence—penance for a failed marriage—finally cracks. Once he’s touched her, what Hefin wants is to take her back to Wales and hold her forever. But Destiny’s roots run too deep. What they both need is each other—to learn how to live and love again. Read more
Rock It by Jennifer Chance
For gals who love bad boys and musicians, Jennifer Chance brings ROCK IT – “the tale of a smoldering rocker and the fangirl who catches his eye—and finds herself living out her wildest dreams.” This is the first novel in the New Adult series, Rulebreakers , published by Random House’s Loveswept imprint. Read more
This morning I have a cover reveal for Serena Bell’s Hold On Tight. Check it out!
A note from author Serena Bell…
Hold on Tight, my June release, is all about secrets. Mira Shipley’s secret baby, the one she conceived with army Ranger Jake Taylor before he vanished for eight years. The secrets Jake keeps from Mira even once he’s home from war, emotionally battered and physically injured. And the biggest secret of all—the one they’re both keeping—how strong their feelings are, and how fast they’re falling for each other.
So I figured it was time to let one secret out of the bag: Hold on Tight’s fabulous cover. Without further ado, here’s the first peek at Mira and Jake: Read more