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All Romance | Amazon | B&N “Fans of sensual, romantic stories will love this one …. This is incredibly well-written and nuanced; it’s simply marvelous.” – Inked Rainbow Reads, 5* “A lushly worded book, filled with romance and characters that leap from the page. … Continue reading
Michael is late, and objects to the lack of beard. Originally published in our August 2015 newsletter Michael’s late. John suspects that has less to do with train issues and more with Michael having not quite adjusted back to city … Continue reading
With The Hart and the Hound, Erin and I have now completed our last joint release of 2015. With two novels, two novellas, two novelettes, and four short stories, 2015 has been completely exhausting. And now, we finally get to get back … Continue reading
Recently, one of our readers asked me a fantastic question on Tumblr about Michael in Love’s Labours series. While firmly a contemporary, not paranormal, series, the books contain lots of mgical realism and strongly suggest that Michael may be a … Continue reading
Scorching Book Reviews runs this fun contest, the Sex Scene Championship, every year that pits sex scene against sex scene from romance novels of all types. Currently there are about 30 hours left to vote for Midsummer in its first heat … Continue reading
Dreamspinner Press is having a 35% off sale on all contemporary titles in its store August 5 – 9, which means you can get Midsummer (Love’s Labours 1) for $2.59 vs. the usual $3.99 and pre-order Twelfth Night (Love’s Labours … Continue reading
Power dynamics are often a huge issue in May/December relationships. For some readers, that’s the draw. For others, it’s a turnoff. For us, with Midsummer, which features a couple with a 17 year age difference (they’re 25 and 42), it … Continue reading