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My Salute to Military Men

ToMasterAndDefend**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY ANYA SUMMERS

It’s fitting I guess that the release of my latest book, To Master & Defend, coincides with the month we tend to remember all the military men and women who have fought and died defending our country. I have always been intrigued by military men, by soldiers who embody ideologies of loyalty, honor, and courage in defense of their country and way of life.

It was in high school that I first became fascinated with soldiers. I had always been intrigued by them, but it was a Civil War history class that tipped the scales and opened the door for me to study the multitude of wars both in the United States and abroad. I studied just about every war in the western world from antiquity up through modern age. As a history buff and historian, war is a large part of our history as a species, which I’m still not entirely sure what that says about us. But it was also what drove invention, and helped shape the world we live in today.

Author Interview with Melissa West

SilentHearts**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

Where did you get the inspiration for your series/book?

The original inspiration began with an article I read about the first woman to have a shot at winning the Kentucky Derby. That article led me to write RACING HEARTS, the first book in the series, and the series grew from there.

Who is the celebrity who inspired the characters in your latest book?

In my head, Nick, the hero in SILENT HEARTS, looks a lot like Ryan Gosling with glasses. Becca, my heroine, reminds me a lot of Evangeline Lilly.

Too Darn Hot: My Brief, Titillating Career as an Erotica Author


Mayday**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY OLIVIA DADE

When I began writing Broken Resolutions, the first book in my Lovestruck Librarians series, I had no idea how I’d tackle the love scenes. Would my hero and heroine seal their newfound love with a chaste kiss? Would I let them have sex but fade to black during the climactic (ha!) scene, closing the bedroom door and rejoining my satisfied couple the next morning? Would I open that door but describe their sexual congress only via tasteful euphemisms involving fireworks and waves?

Finding Your Writing Niche

SinOnTheRun**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY LUCY FARAGO

Who doesn’t want the girl from the wrong side of the tracks to find her Prince Charming? Really, who doesn’t want their own Prince Charming? Now, how fun would it be to blend the romance with a great suspense? This is why I wrote Sin on the Run and why I chose to write romantic suspense.

Men in Kilts

HerHighlandMaster**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY ANYA SUMMERS

Scottish men. Sigh. What red-blooded woman could resist a muscled man swathed in plaid with his muscled chest bare? I have always had a thing for Scottish men. Show me a man in a kilt, and I am likely swooning at their impressively sized feet. There’s just something about their fierceness of heart, their ability to turn a phrase with their Scottish burr that makes my toes curl. Those traits along with their propensity to celebrate their storied family names that make them so swoon worthy to me.

Mixing Humor & Romance

CookingupTrouble**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY JUDI LYNN

When I decided to write COOKING UP TROUBLE, I wanted to add a healthy dose of humor to the romance.  The thing is, I don’t consider myself very clever or witty, so it seemed like a challenge.

And then I remembered hearing Dorothy Cannell on a mystery panel.  Her book, The Thin Woman, cracked me up, but she insisted that when she wrote the scenes, they didn’t strike her as funny. 

I Heart Jocks

towinherheart**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY MACKENZIE CROWNE

Writing romance and watching sports are two of my favorite things. Football is my game, but in general, any sport will do. I can’t help myself. Is there anything sexier than a well-toned athlete?. It’s not just their bodies. Seriously, I mean it. Not that those bulging muscles and hardened frames can be overlooked, but it takes a special kind of drive and perseverance to subject oneself to the rigorous schedules and grueling workouts required if one is going to make it to the top of pro sports.

A Different Spin on Historical Fiction

Ten-Days-In-August**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY KATE MCMURRAY

To this point, most of my novels have been contemporary romances, but historical fiction has long been a love of mine. I like reading fiction, and romances in particular, that feature rich historical detail. So it was really only a matter of time before I tackled historical romance myself.

Also, being a New Yorker, I wanted to set my historical novels in New York City. Ten Days in August is set in 1896, during New York’s Gilded Age, a time period that is actually uncannily similar to the British Regency. Like the ton of the Regency, New York had the 400, so named because it was said social arbiter Mrs. Astor could fit 400 people in her ballroom.

Putting the Romance First

Flickers** RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY KATHRYN JORDAN

Every book I’ve ever written contains a love story, some romantic, some tragic.  My other writer self, Katharine Kerr, has had to keep these love stories secondary, however, because she writes science fiction and historical fantasies, genres where the action and the magic takes center stage.  As Kathryn Jordan writing FLICKERS, I finally could put the romance at the heart of the novel.

Brady Bunch Regency Style

Three Weeks to Wed hi res

**RAFFLECOPTER GIVEAWAY**

BY ELLA QUINN

As I write this I’m in the Caribbean on a boat that’s rocking to beat the band. We’ve got two anchors out and are hunkered down until the latest squall passes. That, however, has absolutely nothing to do with what I write. Regencies. I’m known for my large cast of characters, and taking otherwise perfectly eligible people and tying, what one reviewer calls, Gordian knots. My new novel, Three Weeks to Wed, is the first book in my new series, The Worthington’s.