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BOOK FEATURE: "Bad To The Throne"

“Bad to the Throne” by Jenny Gardiner, (book three in the series)

Blurb:

Sometimes you can let your heir down a little too much…

When wild-child Prince Alexander goes on a naked bender in a Vegas swimming pool, cocktail waitress Andi McDonough decides to preserve a shot of those family jewels on her phone. 1,867 more words

Chick-Lit

Something in the Heir

“Something in the Heir” by Jenny Gardiner

Blurb: 

He’s a prince with a problem, she’s a commoner with a getaway plan.

Modern-day Prince Adrian of Monaforte has a most old-fashioned problem: his demanding mother wants him wed to her best friend’s daughter, the hard-partying Serena. 1,630 more words

Chick-Lit

Book review - Jenny Gardiner - Slim to None

After reading reading her book on her parrot, which was alright, although you can find it in the dollar bins now, not even selling there. I thought I would check out one of her other books. 238 more words

Shop News

The T-Spot Welcomes Jenny Gardiner!

Grab your beverage of choice (Mimosas for me, of course!), roll up to or flip open a screen and let some talented writers talk to you about their writing process. 1,392 more words

Author

Author Jenny Gardiner Talks About Her Publishing Journey and Writing Across Genres

As author Jenny Gardiner mentions below, it seems like we’ve known each other forever, so it’s exciting for me to have Jenny here, sharing her story with all of you.   1,462 more words

Women's Fiction

Indie Author Showcase

Twice a year #LitChat features authors who have taken their career into their own hands by publishing outside of traditional means. Digital and print on demand publishing is making it easier for authors to cut out the middleman—in this case, publishers, distributors, and bookstores—and going straight to the reading public with their work. 653 more words

Self-publishing

Scootsa1000's CBR-III Reviews 35-37: Some so-so books I got on Kindle for less than $2

Ever since I got my iPad, I’ve been reading a lot more Kindle books than I did with my actual Kindle. I think I just like the option of being able to do other things in between chapters (check email, look over my to-do list, etc.). 31 more words