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Random Squeefulness

A few things that have made me happy the past few days…

On Friday, USA Today‘s Happy Ever After blog featured the Grand Adventures… 63 more words

Works In Progress

Forum Stuff: Character Interviews and Buddy Reads (Tough Love and Bad In Baltimore)

I will admit I’m posting this here so I can disseminate it to Facebook and Twitter and all the places this stuff usually goes. And to you, blog readers. 432 more words

Blog Tour

Heidi Cullinan Delivers In "Tough Love (Special Delivery: Book Three) - Reviewed by Tina

“Ride, authors. Write a ride. Figure out what yours is and then pimp the ever-living shit out of it.” – Heidi Cullinan

Title: Tough Love (Special Deliver: Book Three)

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Heidi Cullinan Brings A Little "Tough Love" To TNA Today, And There's Also A Giveaway

TNA: The Novel Approach is happy to welcome Heidi Cullinan back today as she brings the Special Delivery Blog Tour to a close. Today we’re going to talk a little bit about Tough Love (Special Delivery #3), and we’re also offering a chance for one lucky reader to win an e-copy of the book, so read on and good luck! 2,910 more words

Guest Authors

BLOG TOUR STOP: Tough Love by Heidi Cullinan and Spanish Garnache/Cabernet Blend

Heidi Cullinan knows her kink, that’s an established fact. She also knows how to take her readers to places we never thought we’d go. And not only do we do so with interest, but we move through her stories with a intense sense of familiarity. 1,366 more words

PRE-RELEASE REVIEW: "Tough Love" by Heidi Cullinan


Tough Love: Special Delivery, Book 3

Crescencio “Chenco” Ortiz pulled himself up by his garter straps after his father’s will yanked the financial rug from under his spank-me pumps. 525 more words

4 Stars

Tina Antes Up And Gives Some Love To Heidi Cullinan's "Double Blind"

“And this fucking time the ball didn’t land on black. It landed right on his goddamned fucking number. Because he looked at Ethan, standing there, loving him all-in, and he knew in his bones that he had won in a way he never would again and would never need to.” – Heidi Cullinan…

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M/M Romance