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Monthly Archives: December 2014

Romance Lives Forever 

Thank you for a great 2014! The Romance Lives Forever blog grew, and some wonderful features were added. For the year, there were 363 posts.

Social Media

The link between the blog and Paper.li helped get out the word about blog posts. The paper is an online daily ezine, and this one posts to Twitter. The blog uses the hashtag #RLFblog, and you can click on Twubs to check its reach.

Triberr did a great job of sharing the news as well. Because of my followers, the tribemates I associate with, and their followers, RLF has a reach of over one million. The program works because it brings new readers, and reminds current ones of new material. It provides an average of 45 – 50 mentions on Twitter every day, and since each post has the guest author’s Twitter handle in the title, that means the guest gets mentioned too.

Networked Blogs helped by posting automatically to Facebook. The blog goes to several pages, and is often shared. Did you know the blog has its own Facebook page? Come over and like the page, and then share the day’s post, especially if you’re one of the guests.
https://www.facebook.com/RomanceLivesForever

New Interviews

Click below to download one of our optional interviews. These
are in rtf format, readable by any word processor. All are updated for 2015, and
include a book cover, blurb, buy links, and social media contacts for the author.
The purpose for these posts is to make readers aware of your book, and to help you
make sales. You’ll find full instructions inside each document.

Five easy questions includes a mini-interview with 9 questions,
from which authors choose a maximum of 5. Very fast and easy to do.
A book release includes a brief questionnaire about the reason
for writing the book, favorite genres, etc., and then segues into an introduction
for the story.
A Character Interview includes questions to answer as the character,
and questions for you to answer about yourself.
A Character Sketch includes information about the creation of
the character, such as background details and descriptions, and concludes with a
few questions for the character to answer about you.
The Bucket List is a quick list of questions for your character
to answer about favorite things, and asks for a personal wish list of things to
do.
Cover
Love

Cover Love is the most basic of all the posts. It includes only
a cover, blurb, buy links, and author social media. It’s also used as fill ins for
unscheduled days. Feel free to send in your previous books to be used as space permits.
Please use a new form for each book, and rename the form for the book.

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Request a date by clicking the Request a Date tab. Fill in the info, pick two dates, and I’ll do my best to get you one of them. 
RLF Top Blogger Award

RLF Gems 

This popular feature happens on the first of each month. I post a listing of the top bloggers, and send the top five a graphic to post on their websites or blogs. It’s almost always the most visited page of the month, although I don’t count it when listing which posts are the most popular. I want the credit to go to my wonderful guests. The top blogger each month gets a month of free ad space on the blog. The top blogger for the year gets a full year of ad space. The winner for December, and for 2014 will be announced Jan 1, 2015.

Thank you…

The blog has grown and changed in response to your requests, and I hope you’ve found it helpful. If there is something you’d like me to add or change, please let me know.
Thank you for your support. It’s been a pleasure getting to know you, and I hope to see you back soon.
Kayelle Allen
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Christmas Hope
by Leslie Lynch
Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social
media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Christmas Hope.
Author: Leslie Lynch
Genre: Contemporary
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG
Sam Bledsoe prefers his reclusive existence. A one-man landscape
business keeps his badly scarred face away from curious eyes. But when a woman faints
on her way from neighbor Maggie Ross’s house, he doesn’t hesitate. He rushes to
help while grappling with memories of the incident that burned him so badly.
Free spirit Becca Sweet is pregnant—and down on her luck. The
father of her unborn baby showed his true colors when he showed her the door. Becca
appeals to her no-nonsense sister for help, but Maggie, unaware of Becca’s pregnancy,
chooses that moment to dish out some tough love.
When Sam comes to Becca’s rescue, their battered hearts collide.
In a moment of holiday magic, they discover that Christmas hope applies to all,
even to them. And will hope lead to love, the most precious Christmas gift of all?

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About the Author

Award winning author Leslie Lynch gives voice to characters who
struggle to find healing for their brokenness—and discover unconventional solutions
to life’s unexpected twists.
Leslie lives near Louisville, Kentucky, with her husband and
her adult children’s cats. While not engaged in wrestling the beautiful and prolific
greenery of their yard into submission, she flies as a volunteer for the Civil Air
Patrol, loves the exuberant creativity and color of quilting and pottery…and, of
course, writes.
Check out the rest of Leslie’s Appalachian Foothills series,
where you will meet some of the characters who appear in A Broken Christmas! These
novels of suspense and healing are available at Amazon.

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Naughty List: Thirteen Naughty Holiday Stories
Naughty List
13 Naughty Holiday Stories
Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social media
contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Naughty List: Thirteen Naughty
Holiday Stories.
Genre Erotic romance anthology
Author Name The Naughty Literati
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

Blurb

Are you on the Naughty List? Thirteen Naughty Holiday Stories
to warm up your winter. Tales by Naughty Literati authors range from heartwarming
and sweet to scorching hot erotic, medieval to futuristic, humans to aliens and
shape-shifters, vanilla committed couples to kinky menage fun.
Naughty List Table of Contents:
The NightWind’s Visit by Charlotte Boyett-Compo
Dear Santa…I Want A MAN For Christmas by Marianne Stephens
Prelude To A Most Unusual Marriage by Katherine Kingston
No Gentleman by Francesca Hawley
Jewel’s Menage Christmas by Berengaria Brown
Tune Me Up by Lainey-Jo Charles
On the Eighteenth of January, ’78 or, A Night At Valley Forge
by Regina Kammer
The Christmas Leopard by Lynne Connolly
Christmas Bad Girl by Trinity Blacio
How The Alien Stole Christmas by Belle Scarlett
Merry Christmas, Kitten by Nicole Austin
Viking in Tartan by Suz deMello
Holdin’ On by Alexa Silver

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The Loner 
Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social
media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is The Loner.
The Loner is the first book in Kate Moore’s (multiple RITA nominee)
newest series, The Canyon Club. Gatsby meets Persuasion in a story of sex and money
in L.A. as a self-sufficient loner, new billionaire Will Sloan, dares to cross the
divide of privilege to claim his lost love.
Pride
Loner Will Sloan, son of a waitress and a dead rodeo cowboy,
former scholarship student, new billionaire, is back in L.A., land of palm-lined
drives and fiery sunsets. His friends urge him to jump into the hot city dating
scene, but a chance encounter at a school reunion revives a powerful past love.
He’s never forgotten Annie James…and this time around, he swears he’ll do the walking
out.
And Persuasion
Widowed young, Annie James believes she’s recovered from the
early heartbreaks that left her single and jobless at 24. Ten years later, she’s
got a job, a house, and a personal passion helping at-risk kids. Then she steps
up to do a favor for a friend and help a poor boy win a scholarship to the Canyon
School. Doing so unlocks the door to the past, and to the one man who could break
her heart again. This time, though, love will conquer all.

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Kate has lived most of her life along the California coast. That
experience has made her a jeans-wearing, toes in wet-sand, married to a surfer,
fog-loving weather wimp, with a hint of East Coast polish from spending her college
years in Boston. Family history connects her to Irish and English immigrants, Cornish
miners, gold prospectors, and adventurers who sailed around Cape Horn bound for
San Francisco.
When she’s not reading, writing or brainstorming, Kate walks
in the redwoods, feed birds, collect books, apples and leaves; she watches tele-novellas
on Spanish-language TV and immerses herself in all things English. Her favorite
food groups are butter, brown sugar, dark chocolate, and red wine. Kate’s early
literary influences were The Little Engine That Could, The Little Red Hen, and Winnie
the Pooh. Austen, Heyer, Chaucer, and Homer came later and inspired her to put that
first plot on paper.
Kate’s heroes are honorable, virile outsiders with some grand
ambition; her heroines are practical princesses, who drive those edgy loners into
love with good sense and good sex.
Her family and friends offer endless support and humor. Kate
says her children are her best works, and her husband is her favorite hero.

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Leap Into the Knight
by MJ Schiller 
M.J. Schiller shares details about the creation of Sir Darius
Lee in the book Leap Into The Knight.
Title Leap Into The Knight
Genre sci-fi romance
Author M.J. Schiller
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13
Sir Darius Lee is a Knight of the High Order.
But when Darius discovers a stranger in his room in the middle
of the night, and the intruder turns out to be a beautiful woman, he begins to question
how he is meant to live his life.
Princess Megan of Bethyea is being held captive.
But when two knights help her to escape and bring her back to
her home planet, she finds the home she knew no longer exists.
When The Council of Twelve questions Darius about his relationship
with Maggie, she tries to flee from The Academy of the High Order to prevent him
from losing his knighthood.
Will Darius and Orion find Maggie before she leaves Albion? And
if they do, how can they face the decision of The Council? And what about the feelings
Orion has developed for the princess?

Introducing Sir Darius Lee

Name: Sir Darius Lee
Age: 26
Gender: M
Birthplace: Albion
Profession: Knight of the High Order
Ethnicity/Species (if not human): human
Describe his/her body build, skin tone, height and weight. Include
any unique features such as dimples, freckles, or scars: Six-foot-four, lean, muscular,
fair skinned, long, brown hair that he often pulls back and secures with a strip
of leather. Strong features, cheek bones, jaw, nose.
Who is the significant other in your character’s life?
Princess Megan of Bethyea
How does your hero dress?
Simply. Browns that are able to act as camouflage if necessary.
A loose fitting shirt for mobility and sturdy travel cloak that can also serve as
a blanket or pillow.
If you could only hear
this character’s voice (but not see him) what characteristic would identify him?
He has a deep, soothing voice. Confident and calm.
Is the character book-smart,
self-taught, widely-experienced?
All of the above. He studied at the Academy, but has learned
much through his travels throughout the galaxy.
Does he scrape by, live comfortably, live extravagantly?
Knights are taught to live simply, but he is also comfortable
in extravagant surroundings, often having to deal with diplomats and high-ranking
officials.
What is your character’s
viewpoint on wealth?
It is of little consequence.
On what special skills
does your character rely?
His wit. His fighting skills. His steady moral compass.
What is your character’s family like?
He remembers very little about his family as he was dropped off
at the Academy at a very young age.
How do others perceive
your character based upon looks, and is this assumption accurate?
Because he is extremely tall, he might be seen as imposing. But,
while he can be a fierce fighter, he is really a kind and gentle man who is fair
and understanding.
Does your character care
about what others assume about him?
To a degree. He would not want people to be intimidated by him…unless
the situation warranted it.
Can your hero keep a secret
(why or why not)?
As a Knight of the High Order he often has to keep information
secret due to the nature of his missions. Besides, he would feel no need to gossip.
He is mostly a quiet man.
What inner doubt causes
your character the most difficulty?
He really has no inner doubts until he meets Maggie. His feelings
for her confuse him at the beginning, but once he has come to terms with them, he
is as resolute in his love for her as he has been about anything in his life.
When (if) he lies or is
upset, what gives him away?
It is very easy to tell when he is upset because that inner calm
that usually exudes from him is missing.

About Your Writer

To honor the person who chose to share your story, please answer the following
questions.

Why do you think your
writer chose to write about you?
She has a fascination for space travel and the concept of being
a knight.
What do you wish your
writer had not told others about you?
I really have nothing that I an unwilling to share about myself.
What other character from
your book do you think your writer should write a book about, and why?
I think Amar would be a fascinating topic because he likes to
live in the grey areas of life, skimming just along the borderline of what is legal
and what is not.
Why do you think your
writer loves to write?
Hmm…I’m guessing that writing could be a soothing activity. I
seldom have time for it myself.
Is there anything you’d
like to say to your writer?
I’d like to hear more stories about knights and how they handle
the unusual circumstances that come their way.

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Author Bio

MJ is a lunch lady in the heart of Central Illinois. My gosh!
Can you get more folksy than that? She met her husband at the University of Missouri-Columbia
and now she has a twenty-year-old (how did that happen?) and eighteen year old triplets!
She loves to read, karaoke (where she can pretend she is a rock star) and spends
WAY too much time on Facebook. She grew up in St. Louis and still has family there.

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Forever Yours This New Year’s Night
by LA Sartor
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media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Forever Yours This New Year’s
Night (Book Two in the Star Light~Star Bright Series).
Author: LA Sartor
Bestseller on Amazon
Free 12/26-12/27
Jennifer Malone Can’t Believe What’s Happening To Her
How dare he? Granted she’s far from home, dining alone on Christmas
Eve. But that doesn’t give Major Brice Young—the cocky man who’d out-experted her
on a big cyber forensics case months ago—the right to invite himself to her table
and then do what he did.
Brice Young Can’t Believe He Did What He Just Did
Stupid move. Brice needs Jennifer Malone to be the beta tester
of his new cyber defense program and he bet he’d just ruined his chances. Why on
earth did he come here at all, let alone do what he just did? Would Jen still show
up at tomorrow’s meeting and agree to work with him on testing his new system?
Can Two Prior Adversaries Work Together?
Getting Jen to test his new system is Brice’s priority until
he discovers she is so much more than the icy cyber geek she portrays to the world.
Jen fights to keep her distance, despite Brice’s undeniable charm. There is no way
she ever mixes business with pleasure, especially with a recently divorced man…or
can magic happen on this New Year’s Night?

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A Romance for Christmas
by Kayelle Allen
Title A Romance for
Christmas
Genre Sweet Contemporary Holiday Romance
Author Kayelle Allen
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13
Bestseller on Amazon
A cop at the door
on Christmas Eve brings an unexpected gift.
A sweet holiday romance showcasing love, loss, and the spirit of giving.
It’s Christmas Eve, and the end of a year in which everything Dara loves has
been lost. Everything but her little girl and a fierce determination to
survive. When a cop brings Christmas to her door, he brings another gift she
never expected to get.
“Mommy?”
Christine’s young voice broke in on her thoughts.
Dara put down
the romance she’d been re-reading, the favorite she’d had since she was
sixteen. She’d sold all her others at a yard sale the previous week. “What
is it, sweetie?”
“Why don’t
we has a real tree for Chribmas?”
“Why don’t
we ‘have’,” she corrected. “Come sit by me.” Dara patted the
couch and tucked her chenille robe closer around her.
One arm around
Matilda, her cloth doll, Christine climbed up beside her mother and cuddled.
Matilda’s going to need stuffing before long.
Her head flopped forward, face against her flat chest. When did the lace on her dress get so ragged? Dara smoothed the
doll’s dress. “Remember when Daddy went home to heaven before Christmas
last year?”
Christine
knuckled her eyes and yawned. “I ‘member.”
“And then
Mommy got hurt in the car accident and couldn’t go to work?”
“Uh
huh.”
Dara took a deep
breath. “Well, it meant there was no money for a real tree this year. But
I’m sure Santa will still bring you presents.” Gifts Dara bought by
selling her entire collection of romance novels at a yard sale at her friend
Sherilyn’s house. “And we drew a tree, right?” She pointed at the
crayon-bright drawing taped to the wall. Construction paper ornaments decorated
each branch.
“But it
doesn’t smell like a Chribmas tree.”
Dara hugged her.
“I know, baby. I know.”
“How will
Santa leave his presents?” Christine pulled away and got on her knees.
“He can’t put them under the tree, Mommy.”
“Oh, honey!”
She ruffled her daughter’s hair, swallowing the lump in her throat. “Santa
will find a way.” She leaned forward and kissed her little girl. “We
should get you in bed so he can come. He can’t leave presents while you’re
awake.”
She followed her
daughter into her room, got her tucked into bed and sat beside her, stroking
her golden hair. Christine gazed up at her from under thick dark lashes. Her
deep-blue eyes never failed to remind Dara of her late husband.
Jack had been
Dara’s high school sweetheart. Tonight marked a year and nine days since the
accident that had claimed his death. Neither she nor Jack had family other than
each other. His coworkers knew, and they’d helped that first year, bless them.
His senseless death happened right before Christmas. What if something happened
to her too? As an orphan herself, Dara experienced fear and anxiety for her
daughter. Tears of loneliness, terror of the future, of raising her daughter
without Jack at her side. Anger at everything and everyone. At his company for
sending him on the trip. At Jack for going. Guilt for feeling angry ate at her.
The night Jack
had left, they’d argued over it and he’d slammed the door when he left. But
then he’d stopped the car halfway down the drive, gotten out, and had come back
inside to kiss her and tell her he regretted having to go, but that he had to.
He promised he’d be back before Christmas. They’d shared a long, cherishing
kiss and she’d waved until he was out of sight.
Six hours later,
his plane went down over the Gulf of Mexico in a freak storm. All on board were
lost.
More guilt and
doubt set in with the New Year. Things she should have said. Should have done.
Why had she let him go? Why had God allowed her child to grow up without a
father?
Her friend
Sherilyn had walked through it all at her side, helping her get a job, watching
Christine, being there when all Dara needed was to cry. This year, the company
had forgotten Jack and the family he left behind. So much for “The Company
with Families at Heart.” Jack’s insurance had paid off the house, and
there was enough money to survive for a few months. While looking for a job,
she’d sold furniture, her good silver, and pawned all her jewelry, except her
wedding ring.
Dara rubbed her
face with both hands, willing herself to hold on for her daughter’s sake. To be
strong. To be both mother and father. Women had done it for centuries. They’d
survived. So would she.
“Mommy?”
Christine rubbed Dara’s arm. “Read me the story about the mouse that’s
quiet.”
“That’s a
great story. My mother used to read it to me when I was little.” Dara
snuggled beside her, and opened her daughter’s favorite Christmas book. At
least she’d been able to give her the gift of reading. When Jack had been
alive, he’d always made sure there was money for books. She would miss her own
collection, but at least Christine would have something from Santa.
“‘T’was the night before Christmas…”
After Christine
drifted off to sleep, Dara pushed off the bed. She was gaining strength daily,
and would finish therapy the first week of January and return to work.
Disability paid for the basics – lights, phone, water, trash collection, and
she’d never bought anything on credit, refusing to dig herself into a hole
she’d never escape once it got started.
It’ll be great to have a full income again! I
wish it could have come in time for Christmas.
She went to the
closet and pulled down a box with a ball, crayons, paper, and three books.
Sherilyn had brought over a few things as well. This wasn’t the grand Christmas
that Dara had wanted for Christine, but Dara had already sold her other
valuables. There was nothing left but her wedding ring.
She didn’t wear
it. Removing it had been part of saying good-bye to Jack.
Sherilyn had
said it would help, and it had. Sort of. But not much.
Dara sank into
one of the kitchen chairs and put her face in her hands.
Sometime later,
when the doorbell rang, she grabbed a paper towel and dried her eyes. The clock
over the stove said nine o’clock. Who would be calling at this hour on
Christmas Eve? She stuffed the wet towel in her robe pocket on the way to the
door.
A Romance for Christmas

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Kayelle Allen is a best-selling, multi-published, award-winning author. Her unstoppable heroes and
heroines include contemporary every day folk, role-playing immortal gamers, futuristic covert agents, and
warriors who purr.

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Say Nothing of What You See
by Christy Effinger
Cover Love includes a cover, blurb, buy links, and social
media contacts for the author. Today’s featured book is Say Nothing of What You
See.
Author: Christy Effinger
Genre: Paranormal New Adult
Rating: PG-13
When her aunt steps off a grain elevator into the emptiness of
a prairie evening, Mira Piper loses her one protector. Chloe, her flighty mother,
impulsively drags her daughter to Bramblewood, an isolated spiritualist retreat
in northern Michigan, run by the enigmatic Dr. Virgil Simon.
Chloe plans to train as a medium but it’s Mira who discovers
she can communicate with the dead. When her mother abandons her, Mira discovers
a darker aspect to Bramblewood: the seemingly kind doctor has a sinister side and
a strange control over his students.
Then one winter’s day Troy Farrington arrives, to fulfill his
mother’s dying wish and deliver her letter to the doctor. But calamity strikes and
he finds himself a captive, tended by a sympathetic Mira. Haunted by her dead aunt
and desperate to escape Bramblewood, Mira makes a devil’s deal with Dr. Simon. But
fulfillment comes with a steep cost…betrayal.

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Magnate’s Manifesto
by Jennifer Hayward
5 Easy Questions is an interview is designed to be quick, easy,
and fun. Today’s guest is Jennifer Hayward.
What is your go-to meal
to order when you dine out? Your favorite “I know it will hit the spot”
item.
Pizza. Gourmet pizza with just about anything on it! One of my
latest favourites is one with arugula and pancetta at this amazing pizzeria called
Libretto in Toronto
Who is your “book
boyfriend”? You know, that hottie you read about and drool over
 Undoubtedly Gideon from
Sylvia Day’s Crossfire series. OMG the ultimate male. It doesn’t get any more droolworthy!
Would you rather stay
inside and watch snow falling, or get out in it and build a snowman?
Inside, with hot chocolate or coffee with Baileys J And
I’m Canadian too!
What was your favorite
book as a child?
James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. Such a classic. So imaginative.
My son just read it in school.
What was the last movie
you watched (home or theater)?
Rush. Utterly amazing movie based on a true story about two race
car drivers who are rivals.

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Title: The Magnate’s Manifesto
Genre : Sexy romance
Author Name : Jennifer Hayward
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Billionaire Playboy Ignites International Incident With His Manifesto
On Women
Jared Stone: Visionary, rebel, the tech world’s golden boy…and
now the most hated man on the planet!
Bailey St. James: Survivor, powerful female executive, the only
woman who refuses to bow down to Jared Stone…and the only woman who can save him?
When Jared’s manifesto makes him public enemy #1 the only way
out is to make Bailey an offer she can’t refuse—a very public promotion to VP! Now,
with a major deal on the line and tensions rising, can it be long before Jared and
Bailey move from spreadsheets to bed sheets?

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Jennifer Hayward has been a fan of romance since filching her
sister’s novels to escape her teenaged angst.
Her career in journalism and PR, including years of working alongside
powerful, charismatic CEOs and traveling the world, has provided perfect fodder
for the fast-paced, sexy stories she likes to write, always with a touch of humour.
A native of Canada’s East coast, Jennifer lives in Toronto with
her Viking husband and young Viking-in-training.

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Deputy’s Bride 
5 Easy Questions is an interview is designed to be quick,
easy, and fun. Today’s guest is Anita Philmar.
Who is your “book
boyfriend”? You know, that hottie you read about and drool over.
I have to say I feel in love with Bo and Chase from my book Deputy’s
Bride. True cowboys, they get me hot just thinking about them
Would you rather stay
inside and watch snow falling, or get out in it and build a snowman?
Both, I enjoy getting out and building the snowman, but love
sitting next to a fire and watching the snow fall.
What was the last movie
you watched (home or theater)?
Date Night – I enjoyed how the couple was struggling with keeping
the romance alive. Maybe why I have my romantic tip blog because we can all use
help with our love life.
If you’re on Twitter,
what’s your favorite hashtag to watch?
Right now, I’m watching the #HolidayRecipe because there are
so many wonderful recipes to try out.
If the hero of your latest
book called you on the phone, what would be a perfect ringtone for him?
When you’re hot, you’re hot, when you’re not, you’re not.

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Title Deputy Bride
Genre Erotic Romance
Author Name Anita Philmar
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
A hot, historical western stand-alone story with a satisfying
HEA.
Texas Deputy Bo Kildare is looking for a special kind of lady,
one that is willing to meet his special requirements. No sweet little virgin will
do, he wants a woman who knows how to please a man, perhaps two.
Recently widowed, Sarah Elizabeth Foster-LaFever has lived in
the public eye for the last few years and wants out. Her reputation as Micah LaFever’s
wife has left her penniless and without many viable options until Bo comes calling.
Now, she believes she found the perfect man until her past rears
its ugly head. Can murder and corrupt dealings keep these two lovers from making
it to the alter?

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