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DON'T TOY WITH MY EMOTIONS-ENGAGE YOUR READERS BUT DON'T TICK THEM OFF

I suppose every author wants to engage their readers’ emotions in a positive way. That’s not to say that every sentiment a reader feels needs to be one that warms their hearts or has them sighing in contentment. 488 more words

Historical Romance

The Cons of Marrying Your Best-Friend

My latest release, INVITATION TO PASSION (My Lord’s), book #3 in my Invitation To series, is a marriage of convenience between best friends. I for one, have a male best-friend and I’d hate to have to marry him, I’m not sexually attracted to him at all. 850 more words

Invitation To Passion (My Lord's) July 2014 Release

I have always wanted to write a friends to lovers story, so I did. However, I decided to be mean to my hero and heroine and test the boundaries of their friendship. 793 more words

CASTLE BRIDES SERIES LARGE CAST OF CHARACTERS-PROS AND CONS

I like a large cast of characters in novels . . . most of the time.

I introduced a very large cast in the Castle Brides Series… 935 more words

Historical Romance

Special Guest Post ~ Emily Greenwood

Please join me in welcoming author Emily Greenwood, writer of playful, sexy Regency romance. Her newest novel, Mischief by Moonlight is out now. This marks her third book in the “Mischief” series. 1,192 more words

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