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Comment by Tracy Smith on September 2, 2011 at 6:36pm

New review for Debbie Macomber's 1225 Christmas Tree Lane. This is the last in her Cedar Cove Series. Come check it out:

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Comment by Tracy Smith on September 2, 2011 at 10:13am

Really good shape shifter book, His Darkest Salvation by Juliana Stone. Come check out my newest review!

 

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Comment by Kay Dee Royal on September 2, 2011 at 6:53am

Dana Littlejohn Interviews Aphrodite - The Goddess of Love??

 

Dana Littlejohn interviews her Erotes Series Star – Aphrodite. Come join the fun as Dana gets in some probing questions for the Goddess of Love.

 

It all happens here: http://www.kaydeeroyal.blogspot.com/?zx=66b189fb96d2cfd3

 

See you there – I know you’ll enjoy the banter between Goddess and author (tee-hee)

 

Kay Dee

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Comment by Tracy Smith on September 1, 2011 at 7:40am
New Tell Me About You Thursday post featuring Christy from Southern Sassy Things book blog. Come on over to check it out and get to know her a little better.

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Comment by Kay Dee Royal on September 1, 2011 at 7:29am

RRR Presents – Stacey Kennedy – Whispers of Evil Guest Post

 

Stacey Kennedy is featured today at Ravencraft’s Romance Realm where she speaks of the characters and world building in her Whispers of Evil series of Watchers and Seekers. So interesting.

 

She’s also offering a PDF copy of Whispers of Evil to one lucky commenter – See site for details.

 

Please take a moment to visit -it all happens here: http://ravencraftrealm.blogspot.com/2011/09/rrr-presents-stacey-kennedy-whispers-of.html

 

Until next time,

 

Kay Dee Royal

 

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http://ravencraftrealm.blogspot.com

Comment by Tracy Smith on August 31, 2011 at 9:44am
If yiou want a really good western romance to read, get yourself a copy of Sarah's Journey by Ginger Simpson. Come on over to Tracy's Treasure of Books to check out my new review. I highly recommend it!!

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Comment by Kay Dee Royal on August 30, 2011 at 12:57am

Clark Hays & Kathleen McFall - Their Writing Duo Love Story & Interview (Giveaway)

 

Clark and Kathleen wrote The Cowboy and The Vampire during a long-distance romance; Hays lived in Bend, Oregon and McFall lived in Portland, Oregon, and they sent chapters via US postal mail back and forth to intentionally foster a romantic feel.

Hear all about their beginning together, writing process, interview & giveaway at Kay Dee’s place - http://www.kaydeeroyal.blogspot.com/?zx=2fa171b6d6504c99

 

Until next time,

 

Kay Dee Royal

 

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Comment by Ashley Barker on August 29, 2011 at 5:15pm

         AUTHOR INTERVIEW with Laura Sullivan plus giveaway: Enter Here

 


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Comment by Kay Dee Royal on August 29, 2011 at 8:03am

Bertena Varney – The Vampire is an erotic lover?

 

Bertena Varney – ‘all knowing’ Goddess of vampire legends, lore, and history, who is also the author of Lure of the Vampire, has written an interesting guest post today on the changes our heroic Vampire has endured through the years. Most interesting.

 

It’s all here:

 

http://www.kaydeeroyal.blogspot.com/?zx=5eac226227219189

 

Please take a moment to leave Bertena a response to her question - So, who would be your favorite vampire to have visit you?

 

See you all there,

 

Kay Dee

 

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http://ravencraftrealm.blogspot.com

Comment by Borislava Borissova on August 26, 2011 at 1:23pm

Hi,

I would love to draw your attention with two snippets from my two love novellas from my newly published "Affairs of The Heart". In the stories lives all passion I have for history and adventures, time-traveling and thrillers, mysteries and great love.

From “The Last Secrets of The Ancient Island":
“I wanted to see the face, to look into the eyes of the dangerous driver who scared us with his crazy driving, caused a series of collisions and accidents on our streets and placing the life of each of us in danger and uncertainty. I still remember the squeal of the high-speed tires and the sense of an evil menace and I wanted to rage at him, to strike him. I expected…” Michael sighed sadly and, forgetting everything and everyone around him, he lapsed into the memory of that time.

“In the hospital, I ran up the stairs and I looked in the room to peer over medic’s shoulder. There were a multitude of tubes and wires. The intravenous system and respirator were attached to the body in the bed, to keep the driver alive. I saw the ashen skin, dark rings around the eyes, fragile hands—they were already powerless to hold the wheel. The body was worn, similar to a shadow. It was a young woman who wanted to die, who searched for death on the road as fast as the car would go. And to take another life with hers so she wouldn’t be alone when she drew her last breath.” 

From "A Love in Time of War":

After a while, the older white-haired man repeated in amazement, “Let’s clear this up. You fought to the death in the Balkan War against her father, her brother and her country. And she served as a nurse to Bulgarian soldiers, among blood, wounded, dead, and the smell of formaldehyde on the opposite side of the borderline. Does it mean you are coming to ask for the hand of your enemy’s daughter? The Bulgarian general, who personally led his army from the front line against the Ottoman divisions?”
“Yes. First there was the war… the love followed later. Peace was somewhere in between.”
“Yesterday, you could have killed her on the other side of the front, today you are in love and what about tomorrow?”
“She feels the same way. All our efforts to remain enemies appeared to be in vain. The border line between our ability to hate or to love appears a thin one.
His fellow traveler shook his head distrustfully. “Your story sounds crazy. Most probably, her father will not allow her to marry you. Hmm... Kidnap her instead. Escape together as others have done many times on the Balkans.”
“Who would easily marry a Muslim man and a Christian woman in secret? If not, what would she be in my life without a legal marriage? A mistress? The woman who was born to be my wife? I cannot make a political scandal between our countries. The general is respectful and popular.”

 
 
 

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