Get Blaze of Winter, the 2nd book in Elisabeth Barrett’s Star Harbor Series, now for only $0.99! Winter heats up in this hot new Star Harbor romance, as another sexy Grayson brother, a wickedly handsome writer, plots his happily ever after with a sweet stranger. Frustrated with her job in Boston, social worker Avery Newbridge welcomes the opportunity to reassess her life when her family asks her to help manage the Star Harbor Inn. Trying to figure out her future is overwhelming enough, but she doesn’t count on distraction in the form of one Theo Grayson, the gorgeous, green-eyed author who she knows is trouble from the moment he saunters into the inn. Not only does he have a talent for [...]
That was then . . . . this is now, same wonderful story with a new fabulous cover – a recent Loveswept re-launch: In this deliciously romantic tale, Ruth Owen programs a code for seduction, proving that, when opposites attract, smart is sexy. Chris Sheffield’s Casanova reputation is holding him back in the high-tech world. So he’s determined to prove that even playboys have brains. All he needs is a groundbreaking product like the artificial intelligence system Einstein. Acquiring it comes with one major complication: the alluring genius behind the technology. More comfortable at a keyboard than in the boardroom (or the bedroom), Melanie Rollins doesn’t trust Chris Sheffield’s motives. Or the heated promise in his eyes. But Chris wants [...]
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A long time ago I was driving around in my green Volvo station wagon in Columbus, Ohio. There are ten million stories that could start this way, but the story born that rainy morning would become an entire book, the first book of a series of books, and I would write a blog post about this book on Random House’s romance blog and people everywhere would read it and love it or hate and talk about it and buy it for themselves or their sisters, meanwhile, I would be little embarrassed but also, so glad and happy and proud. I am getting ahead of this story.
In her Loveswept debut, Against the Cage, Sidney Halston turns up the heat as a sexy cage fighter shows a former bookworm how delicious a few rounds between the sheets can be. For Chrissy Martin, returning to her Florida hometown always seems to bring bad luck. The day starts with a breakup text, followed by a jailhouse phone call from her troublemaker brother. Now a routine traffic stop has ended with her accidentally punching an officer . . . in a delicate place. Then Chrissy realizes that the hot cop on the receiving end of her right hook is none other than the man from her teenage fantasies.
Thank you Julie for a fabulous review of an classic Loveswept romance made anew – enjoy!! May Contain Spoilers Review: While surfing the virtual shelves of the library, I came across this blast from the past. Many moons ago, I devoured Loveswept romances like candy. Some of my favorite series romance authors were published under this line; Janet Evanovich, Saundra Brown, Jennifer Crusie (I will NOT admit how much I paid for a few of her out of print titles before they were available digitally), Kay Hooper. I get giddy just thinking about how much I loved discovering these authors. One of my favorite reads were Iris Johansen’s Sedikhan books. I loved how the characters popped up throughout the books, [...]
Start off your sexy and sweet new year with your favorite romance authors! Live: The Burnside Series 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. A Kiss of Lies – The Disgraced Lords Series By Bronwen Evans “A Kiss of Lies is one of those books that made me laugh and cry. In its sensual and tender moments, it brought tears to my eyes, and the witty banter between characters made me smile again and again.” -Bestselling author Shana Galen
For fans of Sylvia Day, E. L. James, and J. Kenner, Tracy Wolff, author of the edgy and erotic Full Exposure delivers another explosive tale of seduction and suspense. Tie Me Down by Tracy Wolff (Excerpt) by Romance At Random
Hello and thank you so much for inviting me here! My name is Laura Drewry and I live in beautiful southwestern British Columbia. As I type this, our first snow of the year is falling outside my window and it’s so pretty I almost don’t mind that I won’t be able to wear my flip flops outside today. Normally, it’s pretty mild around here and in the spring and summer, we get all sorts of four-legged visitors in and around our back yard. It’s hard not to be inspired when I’m surrounded by all of this.
If you’ve read my books, I’m sure you’ve come across a number of dogs. That’s because I’m a dog person sprung from a long line of dog people. My mom couldn’t remember a time her family didn’t have a dog and I suspect the same was true of her mom and hers and back to a time when my ancestors were living in a cave somewhere. With dogs.
Rejected for medical residency programs, Isabelle Jenkins, former child genius, decides to pursue her third college degree, but not as the brilliant minor who wowed America when she solved complex mathematical equations on the Dr. Phil show—this time she’s undercover and majoring in being eighteen. And being eighteen means making friends with people who aren’t professors or scientists, partying, and dating — to enjoy life and all the things she missed out on as a child. But, after struggling through a week of classes as a PE major and making zero strides to bond with her roommate, Izzy enlists the help of her hot RA, Marshall Collins, to teach her how to be the life of the party. However, what [...]
Plenty of books to see you through the holidays – which do you choose? A hot office romance – sizzlin’! A crazy romp on the run — or, love on the ice — all are guaranteed to entertain and delight. Comment below we’d love to hear which book you’re going to read this holiday season, remember, all are #Loveswepts and just $2.99!!
A little snow on the ground and I’m already thinking about what to read for the holidays . . . . it’s not too early is it? If you’ve not already obtained a copy do not miss this fun, romantic anthology of romances – one for each holiday:
Before iPhones and iPads and all those technology gadgets, I only saw USA Today when I traveled. So it was not surprising that as 1995 ended and I buckled my seatbelt for a flight to Hartford from Detroit, I pulled a copy of the newspaper from the seat pocket in front of me. A quirky headline caught my eye: In 1996, every 7 seconds a Baby Boomer will turn 50.
Many of you may know that I got my start at Loveswept many, many books ago. I always loved writing Loveswepts because I was never required to stay within a specific ‘box’ as so many category lines require. I could write about cowboys, or do something comedic, or write suspense or even delve into paranormal. So the Loveswept line is still much beloved to me even though I now write single title suspense.
Have you seen? Loveswept’s recent Newsletter highlights four awesome titles specially priced at .99 for a short time only – take advanatage of this savings and enjoy some of #Loveswepts awesome romance stories. Happy Romance!
Here’s what’s on sale this month from Loveswept and Flirt Romance. One Perfect Christmas by Stefanie Sloane (11/4/2013) In an enchanting eBook novella, cherished Regency romance author Stefanie Sloane presents an irresistible tale of fiery passion that burns deep on a cold winter’s night. Although he’s never been prone to regret, the Honorable Lucas Cavanaugh cannot help but wish for a fresh start with Jane Merriweather. After being jilted by her fiancé, Jane turns to her dear childhood friend, Lucas, for support—and unlocks the hidden emotion and smoldering desire simmering in the man’s troubled heart. Frightened by his newfound feelings, Lucas flees to Scotland. But when the Christmas season brings them together again, one look at Jane is all that’s [...]
Ruthie’s Reality: On First Impressions and Sex in Hammocks Welcome back to my reality, everyone! The status of my reality is Unknown, since I woke up and wandered out to the living room to find a blanket and what is obviously a puke bowl (empty, but strategically positioned just in case) next to one chair. I don’t know who’s sick or how sick, because the rest of the household is asleep, but it doesn’t look good.
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Beginning September 23 through Friday, October 18 In her Loveswept debut,on sale October 8th, Maggie McGinnis tells the tale of a city girl who’s running on fumes—and the cowboy who shows her all the good things she’s been missing.
Behold the hero of the latest Mazie Maguire adventure, revealed here in all his sculpted glory, the gorgeous Canadian ex hockey-player Ben Labeck, who swaggers through Crazy for You, my new Loveswept Romance. Due out in January, it takes up where Ben and Mazie Maguire left off in The Escape Diaries. Sue Grimshaw, Random’s only-slightly-crazy creative director, foolishly allowed me to offer my two cents worth into the cover’s appearance—thank you, Sue—and it was fascinating getting a glimpse into the world of cover creation. I had a million questions about it—well, not just the design itself but the cover guys. Since I didn’t want to become known as that pain-in-the-butt-prima-donna-writer, I haven’t pestered the art people with all my stupid [...]