Cassie Mae redefines the New Adult genre with a novel that answers the eternal question: What do you do when you’re head over heels for your best friend’s guy? Read more
Ruined, an electrifying journey of emotional and sexual discovery that pushes two damaged souls to their breaking point—and beyond. Meet Ethan Frost and prepare to swoon.
I love to bake. Always have. Cooking dinner? Not so much. But I can bake up a storm, especially around Christmas. Read more
Tis the season of thankfulness, and like most parents, I do my level best to make sure that spirit doesn’t get lost in the flurry of Black Fridays and Cyber Mondays and Techno-Thursdays and the seventeen pounds of toy catalogs in the mailbox. I have to admit, though, that my kiddos beat me to the punch last week when they asked me to cut out a bunch of hearts so they could decorate the windows for Thanksgiving.
Granted, the Boone’s Lick Wagon Train Company had every intention of wrapping their journey long before our traditional Thanksgiving Supper in November. But every illness overcome and every broken wagon wheel repaired, every raging river forded and every mile walked that took them closer to their westerly destination no doubt filled the overlanders’ hearts with thanksgiving.
Gratitude calls for a feast. And that thought begs the question: How would a Thanksgiving feast on the Oregon Trail in the 1860s, the setting for my inspirational historical romance, PRAIRIE SONG (WaterBrook Press Trade Paperback), differ from yours and mine today? Read more
No matter how I’ve spent Thanksgiving, I have always tried to remember to reflect on those people in my life for whom I am forever grateful. There are the expected names: Mom, Dad, of course, and Aunt Lois. Then there are the names that might seem totally obscure – names like Dee Ufferman.
In the spirit of full disclosure, I’ve never met the woman. Read more
New York Times bestselling author Christie Craig joins us today on Romance at Random: When I write, the bits and pieces that make up my stories are pulled from my imagination. But my imagination draws from the true-life data filed away in my memory bank. Considering I write about bizarre situations, it should offer a clue to the craziness that happens in my life.
In the first scene of The Cop who Stole Christmas, my November 25th release, my heroine, Savanna Edwards, is soaking in a tub with a cup of moisturizing mayonnaise in her hair and a skin-toning Smurf-blue mask on her face. When she hears clanking in her front yard, she leaves her relaxing soak, dons a pink fuzzy robe, and finds a Santa Claus-dressed wrecker driver stealing her car.
Savanna’s neighbor, and my hero, Mark Donaldson, is glancing out the window with his first steaming cup of wake-up juice (wearing only his boxers) when he witnesses the scene. His first muddled thought is: a Smurf takes on Santa Claus. Read more
Experiencing Roman Holiday is like waiting for an episode of your favorite TV show each week—we’re constantly wondering what new places and (sexy) hijinks are in store for our heroes, Roman and Ashley. So why not join us for the ride?
Meet Team Loveswept’s Heidi and Katie. They’re our lovely recapping duo, and like you, they’ll be reading Roman Holiday episodes for the first time every Monday. They’ll share their thoughts and feelings (and hilarious gifs and pics of hunks… or preferably gifs of hunks) each week on Tuesday. Join them as they go on the road with Roman and Ashley, and let us know your feelings on each episode in the comments!
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Meet the Justiss Alliance, better known as the J-Men — an elite team of heroes out to do right.
Name: Rick/Risk Yarbrough Read more