GIveaway: Elvira Bell – Entertaining the Sombrevilles

Raphael has looks, charm and money. His mother adores him, his brother wishes to be him, and his sister fixes all his problems. Men want him, and he wants them. What he doesn’t want is a long, boring summer on his mother’s old family estate.

But when they arrive, what greets him is a house packed with handsome strangers. While his sister struggles between duty and dreams, and his brother makes one wrong move after another, Raphael focuses on seducing the … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Kay Berrisford – Dragon Rider

The road to Ben and Lyle’s wedding is proving a bumpy one. Ben hasn’t even told his family he’s getting hitched to a shapeshifting merman, and he’s not the only one worried. When Lyle’s tearaway sister, Cully, whisks Lyle away on the merfolk equivalent of a stag do, she questions whether marriage is what Lyle needs anyhow. A merman should roam the seas and seek adventure, not work in an ice-cream parlour and worry about the rent.

With rumours flying among … Continue reading

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Tour: Anyta Sunday and Andy Gallo: (Un)Masked

“What made the book for me? One word: Gristle.

Gristle, the straight boy, Jay’s best friend, his “bro,” is one of the best characters I’ve had the joy to read this year. His devotion to Jay is breathtaking, his snark so very snappy […]. Read this book if nothing for the character of Gristle. […] Spectacular.”

–T.J. Klune, Author of For Real, Bear, Otter, and the Kid, and Lightning-Struck Heart 

Title: (Un)Masked 

Publisher: Anyta Sunday & Andy Gallo (Self-Published) 

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Giveaway: Lotus Oakes – Hold Fast the Knight

Eager to follow in his father’s footsteps, Edgar sets off to join the King’s Guard and work his way up to knight. Instead, he’s offered an alternate route to his goal: rescue the kingdom’s only prince, kidnapped by a witch five years ago.

But when Edgar arrives at the witch’s secluded forest home, what he finds isn’t at all what he expected…

 

 

 

 

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Giveaway: Laurin Kelly – From Blood To Roses

Rob’s latest job is a simple one—kill the target, make sure it doesn’t look like murder, break into the safe and take the goods back to his client. A second hitman who gets the drop on him definitely puts a dent in his plans.

When they cross paths again, Rob doesn’t know if he wants to kill the man or screw him. Unfortunately, someone else wants both him and Kelan dead, and if they’re going to survive two men used to … Continue reading

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Tour with giveaway: Z. Allora The Librarian’s Rake

Self-fulfilling Prophecies at Work

Hello! I want to thank Hearts on Fire for giving me the opportunity to tell your readers about my new release The Librarian’s Rake and to share an excerpt, and give everyone a chance to win one of the 3 e-books of Secured and Free, (Book #2 of Entwined Dreams) and a $20 gift card to Dreamspinner Press. Details below.

The Librarian’s Rake is a perfect example of self-fulfilling prophecies at work. … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Andrea Loredo – Choice

Ser Mirele Heine is a Guardian, sworn to protect the royal family. One night, after being oddly called away to slay a dragon in another province, Mirele and hir companions are ambushed. They rush back to the castle to find a coup is underway. Mirele manages to escape with hir charge, Princess Shahira de Granius.

As the two go into hiding and move from town to town, Shahira grapples with her conflicting feelings over the slaughter of her family, and Mirele … Continue reading

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Giveaway: Rainbow Gold Anthology – Children of the Night

Wishing and Hoping by Tinnean—It’s finally the day of Ioan’s eighteenth birthday, and all that he’s been waiting for will finally be his—including the love of the man he’s secretly been in love with all these years. Everything is perfect. Until the love of his life shows up to his birthday party with a wife.

Lamb to the Slaughter by Joanna Chambers—There is very little Lucien enjoys more than the hunt of young men: beautiful, innocent, eager to learn all … Continue reading

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Guest: Eli Easton: Tender Mercies tour

My Top Five “Country Life” Romances

By Eli Easton

I’m celebrating the release of TENDER MERCIES, a book very near and dear to my heart. It’s the second book in the “Men of Lancaster County” series, though it features a new couple and can be read as a stand-alone. The protagonists are a city guy who moved to the country to start a farm sanctuary and a young Amish man kicked out of his community for being gay.

What this series of books has in common is being set in Lancaster County, a rural area of … Continue reading

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Release day: Cara Dee – Out

Out by Cara Dee


“I guess I always figured coming out was something you did for friends
and family, and maybe it is, but it’s personal too, you know? The
person I was last night is new. I wanna get to know him.”

Synopsis:

I had two things on my list when I arrived in Los Angeles. One, track down
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