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Tag Archives: historical romance
By Ashe Barker As the sister of a powerful Viking chief, Brynhild Freysson is used to giving orders and having them obeyed, which makes it all the more difficult to accept when she suddenly finds herself at the mercy of … Continue reading
By J.L. Carter All she wanted was a change. All he wanted was a mate. It’s 1810, and Europe is at war as Napoleon stages his great march across the continent and the British Empire battles the threat. King George … Continue reading
By Abbie Adams Dear Readers, Wow! Hasn’t this been exciting? I don’t know about you but I’ve always been a fan of old westerns and more than half in love with dusty old cowboys—and the sterner, the better. John Wayne … Continue reading
Spotlight on the Doctor’s Daughter by Patricia Green Verity tends to tell tall tales, despite her name. Everyone knows she’s prone to exaggeration, and no one seems to mind. No one except the mysterious man who winds up wounded and … Continue reading
By Juliette Banks Hello, and thanks for having me on your blog today. I would love to tell you about my new book The Artist. Some of you will know me as Rachel de Vine, but this book is being … Continue reading
A short excerpt from Educating His Bride, my story in Correcting the Coeds, a 1950s spanking romance collection to release TUESDAY, Aug. 18. College student Margaret did not do well on on English assignment and has been called to the professor’s … Continue reading
Welcome to Saturday Spankings. I haven’t participated in a while, but I’m baaack! On August 18, Celeste Jones, Renee Rose, Sue Lyndon and myself will release Correcting the Coeds, a historical romance collection set on college campuses in the 1950s. … Continue reading
By Rollin Hand I’m here today on Cara Bristol’s blog to talk about my latest book. Thanks, Cara, for the opportunity to tell everyone about The Princess and the Outlaw. The Princess and the Outlaw is a swashbuckling tale set … Continue reading
I love to read, but until recently I hadn’t been reading very much. Commitments, my own writing, and the nature of certain books I had chosen to read had slowed me down. Have you ever gotten hung up on a … Continue reading