Romance Readers: Enter the “I Want Romance”Giveaway for Your Chance to Win One of Eight Prizes! Enter the I Want Romance giveaway today and you could win 8 great prizes including a Kindle Fire, romance ebooks, or a Marc Jacobs
How Old Is Too Old for Certain Fashion Choices? Kelly Ripa recently got ripped a new one (Sorry. Not sorry.) by the Twitterati for having a banging body and showing it off in a bikini on the beach at the
Enter the St. Patrick’s Day Romance Giveaway with Three Different Ways for You to Win Kindles, Ebooks, & Gift Cards Galore! St. Paddy’s Day is coming up and I have three pots of romance reader gold I’m eager to share!
Never You Playlist – Songs In Order of Appearance Never You, book #3 in my Emerald Mountain series, is a steamy, enemies-to-lovers novella about two people who’ve been guarding their hearts, discovering they’ve been wrong about themselves, and each other,
Book Review: The Rogue Not Taken by Sarah MacLean I don’t read a lot of historical romance. But, I had the great pleasure of hearing feminist romance author Sarah MacLean speak at a conference last year (keynote and a workshop
Enjoy this Excerpt from Emerald Mountain Book 3 – Never You (Coming March 5th) What’s Inside? Approximately 115 pages featuring an enemies-to-lovers workplace romance in a remote mountain ski hut, backcountry skiing, deep powder, and smokin’ hot sex. *The novellas in
On Purses and Makeup and Shoes and the Subjugation of Women and Their Dreams “Abandon the cultural myth that all female friendships must be bitchy, toxic, or competitive. This myth is like heels and purses — pretty but designed to
The 14 Days of Romance Giveaway Starts February 1st! Whether you’re with the love of your life, going it solo, or something in between, every romance reader deserves a little extra love on Valentine’s Day. That’s why 50+ romance authors
Do You Prefer Your Romance Written in First Person or Third? For pretty much ever, most fiction, romance in particular, was written in the third person point of view (POV) using “he” and “she”. Most readers like third person POV.