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A big welcome to RJ Scott and V.L. Locey as part of their release blitz for Royal Lines. Royal Lines (Boston Rebels 4) GLBTQ, MM, Hockey Romance Genre: Hockey Romance Trope: Hockey, GLBTQ, family, Royalty, European Country, Family Expectation Released: … Continue reading
Painted Bay #3 Publisher: Southern Lights Publishing Pages: 334 Characters: Kane/Abe POV: 1st Genre: Contemporary, Series Blurb: Karma. You reap what you sow, and KANE MARTIN isn’t looking for forgiveness. But the arrival of ABE TYLER in Painted Bay has … Continue reading
A big welcome to A.L. Lester as part of their release of The Quid Pro Quo. Hello there everyone! Thank you so much for letting me drop in today to tell you all about my new release and introduce you … Continue reading
A big welcome to A.L. Lester as part of their release of The Fog of War. The Fog of War: Bradfield Village Thank you so much to Anne for having me here today to talk about my new release, The … Continue reading
Exit Strategy #5 Publisher: Indie Pages: 229 Characters: Alexei/Soren POV: 3rd Genre: Action, Drama, Series Blurb: Rule No. 1 of being an assassin: Don’t sleep with your mark. Eh. Alexei has never been big on rules. It’s not his fault … Continue reading
A big welcome to N.R. Walker as part of her release of Code Red. Blurb: Maddox Kershaw is the main vocalist of the world’s biggest boy band. He’s at the top of every music chart, every award show, every social … Continue reading
I’ve been interviewed by Dani of Love Bytes Reviews as part of her Saturday Specials Series. I’m also offering an ebook of On Wings of Song to someone who comments on the post. You can read the interview and comment … Continue reading
It’s release day for The Harp and the Sea! Lou and I are excited to be able to share our story with you. A 16th-century Reiver meets an 18th-century Highlander. Magic makes it happen; love makes it work. In 1605, … Continue reading