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Romance Novels Worth Reading

Looking for a good romance novel? The Wild Rose Press publishes romances by some of the best and newest names in the industry.

So, why not check out Asylum Harbor by Wild Rose Press author, Isla Grey? 826 more words

Friday Features Blue Violet Abigail Owen

Friday Features


Abigail Owen

Author of

Blue Violet

We have Abigail Owen with us today sharing about picking the setting of her new book… 1,679 more words


Paranormal Romance for Review: Dragon Soul by Diana Green

Valla, a powerful dragon-shifter warrior, has never been lucky in love. Returning home after a failed mate-bonding, she hopes to find greater fulfillment in her life. 105 more words


Blue Violet Now Available

Paranormal Romance

When fairy tales turn into nightmares…

Ellie Aubrey has spent most of her unnaturally long life hiding her extraordinary abilities from the world. On the run from the shapeshifting wolves who murdered her family, she risks discovery in order to secretly watch over another group of similarly gifted people, determined they won’t suffer the same fate. 411 more words

Abigail's Books

Review: Proving Ground by Stanalei Fletcher

Interesting and unique

PROVING GROUND is an interestingly unique suspense read. True, there are the inevitable surveillance and chase of the bad guys, the running out of time for the good guys, but this is the first time that I’ve read about running from an environmental threat like a forest fire. 770 more words


Spotlight on Isla Grey and Asylum Harbor

Today on Monday Musings we turn the spotlight on author, Isla Grey, and her new release, Asylum Harbor.


Trouble is the last thing Devon Brown needs when she leaves the painful memories of her past behind and heads to Shell Island. 754 more words


Guess where I found promo by Barbara Edwards

Alright, I wanted a catchy hook to drag you to this post.
I’m sharing info with you today.
It’s not easy to find those promo sites where you can post your new release, get a review or cheaply send tweets to thousands. 400 more words