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Monthly Archives: June 2010
THE PRINCE OF VAL-FEYRIDGE, April 30, 2010, The Wild Rose Press A warrior with a destiny, a woman with a gift. Can loving the enemy restore a broken kingdom? Or will forbidden love destroy it—and them—first? by Debut Author Helen … Continue reading
Drop by Friday for something a bit special for my readers. Here’s a hint!Any guesses?
About the Book: Perfectionist Martin Davis’s life is in turmoil. The lonely businessman’s search for companionship led him to adopt a dog—a rather rambunctious terrier. And now Martin’s at his wits’ end. When dog trainer Emily Ireland offers to help, … Continue reading
A Hopeful Heart by Kim Vogel Sawyer My rating: 4 of 5 starsKim Vogel Sawyer’s classic mail order bride story takes wing and flies on its own! A delightful heroine and a mystery thrown in. A good summer afternoon by … Continue reading
Chesapeake Weddings by Cecelia Dowdy The loud banging at Monica Crawford’s front door awakened her. Forcing herself out of bed, she glanced at the clock and saw it was two in the morning. “I’m coming!” She ran to the door. … Continue reading
My guest today is Author Stephen Bly, a longtime Western author. Here’s Stephen: “A WESTERN WOMAN’S CHARMFor cowboys, sticking up for a woman’s honor…no debate. They don’t blink. And they don’t hesitate to offer help for a damsel in distress. … Continue reading
A MATTER OF CHARACTER by Robin Lee Hatcher Historical Romance June 2010 Who says a woman can’t keep a secret? It’s 1918, and Daphne McKinley, heiress to a small fortune, has found contentment in the town of Bethlehem Springs. But … Continue reading
My guest today is Author Lena Nelson Dooley recounts a crisis in her life and how it impacted her writing. Here’e Lena: “In April of 2009, I had a speaking engagement in Madisonville, Texas. My husband drove me down there. … Continue reading
IN HARM’S WAY by Irene HannonBook 3—Heroes of Quantico Prologue In a matter of minutes, the baby would be hers. Forever. Debra flexed her fingers inside the snug latex gloves, tightened her grip on the loop of wire in her … Continue reading