What makes a hero, well, a hero? In Romance I’m often smothered by big muscles, tattoos, nice abs, and huge… well… ahem, everything. And hello! Those are all great (I drool thinking about those sexy covers!) but every once in a while, I want the guy who’s cocky and self-conscious. I want the goofy, awkward dude who looks good in a tight shirt, but won’t let you see what’s underneath. I want to read and write about all the normally unsexy things and how incredibly sexy they really are.
Let me introduce you to Chase. Read more
Just what you’ve been waiting for, Debbie Macomber Fan Retreat
A three-day destination event in Nashville, TN with one of America’s most popular writers!
AUGUST 9-11, 2013 Read more
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This week we’re giving away 10 copies of COMPLETE ME, the third book in the erotic, fast-paced trilogy including Release Me and Claim Me. Winners will be emailed this Friday, so enter to win below!
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Cookies are very important. When I work with new moms and their babies, I recommend cookies regularly as a part of general recovery. Breastfeeding moms often ask me for foods that are good for their supply, and I always tell them “cookies.” Which, is true because you need calories to breastfeed and cookies have them. Then they always say, “no, Mary Ann, I mean like healthy food that is good for me and the baby.”
My answer is still the same. Breastfeeding or not, recovering from birth or a grueling adoption, cookies are good for you. They are also good for you when you hurt your body, are a little under the weather (or a lot), or have had your feelings bruised. I mean, I think you should keep in mind the saying “if you eat a cookie, you needed a cookie, if you eat six cookies you needed to talk about it,” but I am a health professional and I feel very comfortable recommending cookies. Even if sometimes you end up eating six cookies. Read more
In Katie Rose’s delightful eBook original novella set in Victorian New York City, a remarkable woman with the gift of second sight must learn to trust her visions while following her heart. Read more
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Heroine: Serena Bell
My favorite stories to hear, to read, and to write are love stories. Every month, I’ll bring you the real-life love story of one of your favorite romance authors, reviewers, or readers.
Serena Bell blazed onto the romance scene with her sweet-hot novella TICKET HOME—part of Samhain’s Strangers on a Train anthology. On 11/11/13, prepare to swoon over her debut novel from Lovewept, YOURS TO KEEP, about a handsome and determined pediatrician and his son’s mysterious and troubled Spanish tutor. Serena’s work is notable for its aching romantic tension and unforgettable love scenes.
Serena has a story of her own, too. Read more