Finley Cooper is tired of waiting for his destined mate to be ready to claim him. In deference to human laws, he’s already agreed to wait until he’s eighteen. But now his birthday has come and gone—and his mate has a new set of excuses. Finley doesn’t understand it any more than his wolf does, and he’s beginning to wonder if fate made … Continue reading
Publisher: Self Published
Genre: M/M and M/F Anthology
Back to school takes on new meaning in this collection of eight mini-stories which run the gamut from sweet to spicy! No children in these tales, they’re for adults only! And each one features an apple in some way.
In this mixed bag of apple bites, you’ll find seasoned … Continue reading
There’s nothing like a fresh start, and for Randy, still nursing wounds left by a cheating ex and harboring a deep mistrust for all things corporate, Wolf, Wyoming seems like the perfect place to start over. Secluded, quiet, and self-sufficient, Wolf is bound to not only inspire, but to bring Randy the peace he needs. The view’s not bad, either.
Vaughn O’Connell and his family are Randy’s only neighbors for miles, and while Randy knows it’s somewhat unlikely that a man with … Continue reading
Anya Jameson, FBI agent turned consultant, is working the most challenging case of her burgeoning career: a series of brutal murders in Cayce, North Carolina. The only thing linking the victims is that they all came from some of society’s most vulnerable groups of people and all were in search of new beginnings.
On a crowded New York street Anya stumbles into up and coming race car driver Tommi, who unexpectedly coaxes Anya out of years of solitude. But love and murder … Continue reading
Every fiction story has its own world the author creates. We borrow from what is known and create things to suit of our needs. Big imaginative worlds, like Harry Potter, Interview With a Vampire, and dare I say, Twilight, are ambitious undertakings where the ‘history of the world’ often become as central to the story as the characters and the plot. If you’ve read The Last Grand Master and The Eye and the Arm you know … Continue reading
Summer Season by Rebecca Cohen
Author interview: Rebecca Cohen
What’s your writing process? Plotter/punster? Complete the first/tinker as you? Multiple WIPs?
I’m an unashamed plotter. I like to set down the story before I start to write. I don’t have to have every little plot-twist but I do like to have most of the big scenes in place before I can truly feel I’m ready to write.
What’s your favourite type of scene to write?
I’m like … Continue reading
Today marks the halfway point of the Wolf, WY Tiny Teasers Blog Tour and Giveaway, and I am absolutely thrilled to be marking that milestone here at Hearts on Fire Reviews. For those who might be joining the tour for the first time, we’ve been wandering through the pages of Wolf, WY and getting a quick introduction to the characters and locale by way of “tiny teasers” from the novel.
As I … Continue reading
Looking To The Future
After a deliciously long and happy celebration of my new release, King John, the party comes to an end. Hearts on Fire has agreed to host me for the final stop on this blog tour as I finish my adventures discussing this most recent book. I’m delighted to be here, thank you. Hearts on Fire, you always supported me. You were one of the very first to review King Perry on Goodreads. Thank you.
Hi! Welcome to Hearts – we are so happy to get to talk to you! Tell us about Where the Grass is Greener.
DM SAYS: OK, so this is book 2 of ‘Seeds of Tyrone’ – we came up with the title after we’d written it. It features Seamus Williams, who is the older brother of Patrick, who readers will have met if they’ve read Leaving Flowers – Book 1. The two stories are stand-alone and the … Continue reading
Tell us a bit a bit about Take Your Pick. How did you come up with that sexy idea?
Accidentally. No, really, it was an accident. Most of the time, when I see an inspiring photograph—and what’s not inspiring about five half-naked young men?—I can have an idea and file it away. I don’t have to write every single story right this second. Except…this time, I did. My muse, momentary writer insanity, whatever you want to call it, the … Continue reading