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September 23, 2014 - 12:51pmSeptember and Fall are not the only things to be back in session — students are well underway with the new classes, experiences and relationships. And Heidi Cullinan wants to take you back to college with Love Lessons and Fever Pitch, the first two books in her Love Lessons M/M series! We have one exciting e-book bundle of both books for a lucky reader to win! Read on to enter!Using the widget below, enter to win an e-book bundle from Heidi Cullinan! One lucky winner will win an e-copy of both Love Lessons and Fever Pitch, which our reviewers call "unforgettable" and "a sure-fire winner". This contest is open to both U.S. and International readers and ends next Tuesday!
September 23, 2014 - 10:38amBefore Erotic Romance was the popular and widely loved genre that it is today, author Margaret Bingley (who U.S. readers might know as Marina Anderson) forged a new path in romance with Betrayal, which received next to zero exposure due to her publisher's view that the book was too "graphic" and "troubling" in its sexual content and overall themes. Originally written in 1989, Betrayal has continued to enthrall readers and now it's making its way to U.S. readers for the first time. And you know what that means, right? A new cover! But first, a bit about the story: Set in the second half of the twentieth century, Lisa Green comes from a world of privilege, but only in the way of wealth, not in love.
September 23, 2014 - 10:23amYA author Kendall Kulper has woven an alluring spell with her debut, Salt & Storm, a historical tale about witches, whalers and sacrifice. Kendall's take on witches and magic is not only creative and refreshing, but also incredibly believable and detailed. Today she she's here to talk about the creation of her story's magic. Be sure to check out the bottom of the post for a chance to enter to win a copy of the book! One of my favorite things to write about in Salt & Storm was the magic of the Roe witches, the family of women who created good luck charms and magic spells for the island’s population and visiting sailors.Because Salt & Storm is based in a world like our own, I wanted the magic to feel rooted in reality.
September 23, 2014 - 10:05amHere's a look at the titles we love that hit shelves this week.
September 22, 2014 - 1:30pmLast week: Black Jack Randall interrogated Claire and ... punched her in the stomach. Yikes. To prevent Claire from another of these delightful chats, Dougal arranges a marriage between Claire and Jamie, since an English officer can't compel a Scottish citizen to report for an interrogation. Let's hope that works!It's the early 1940s and Claire and Frank are walking happily hand-in-hand down the streets of London. Frank's eye is caught by a pair of newlyweds emerging from the local city hall. This prompts him to propose to Claire and he suggests they get married right then, by a justice of the peace.
September 22, 2014 - 12:11pmWell, last we left the ladies, they were, you know: DEAD. So let’s get right to it, shall we? Wendy and Jo are weeping in the garden over the hanging bodies of Ingrid and Freya. Freddy stumbles out to explain that Spike was the culprit, but Wendy wants to hear none of it and kicks him out. They get the sisters down and lay them on the grass. It’s pretty gruesome. Pretty soon they’re laid out inside, as the aunts prepare the bodies. “A lot of death,” my husband observes. True story, mister. This is all pretty dark, so let’s pause and look at Mädchen Amick’s kicky new hair cut!source Back at Fairhaven, Killian and Dash have destroyed the attic during their brawl. Killian wakes up and summons a fireplace poker.