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Why Romantic Suspense by Kat Martin

I love novels that include both romance and suspense/thriller elements.  I like the extra depth it gives the story.  From the start, I envision the book being as much about the developing relationship between the hero and heroine as solving the suspense/thriller mystery.  There is intrigue in both.  How will the protagonists extricate themselves from […]

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Top 5 Playlist for Nikki Navarre’s Foreign Affairs Series

FOR YOUR EYES ONLY BRIEFING MEMO SUBJECT: Top Five Playlist for Nikki Navarre’s Foreign Affairs Series WARNING: This message will self-destruct. Nikki Navarre is a globetrotting ex-diplomat and author of the Foreign Affairs series—sexy spy romance set in Russia and other exotic international locales. State secrets have never been this sexy! While writing The Russian […]

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5 Star Review: Soldiers’ Stories: A Collection of WWII Memoirs by The Miller Family

SOLDIERS’ STORIES: A COLLECTION OF WWII MEMOIRS by The Miller Family is an inspired book of history, loaded with photos, maps, sketches, and most importantly, the 140 personal memoirs from those heroes and heroines who fought during WWII and from their families. There are personal stories, tributes and so much more in this incredibly beautiful […]

Adam Frankenstein Horror

FREE Until November 3rd!

For a limited time, ADAM FRANKENSTEIN: A COLLECTION OF SHORT STORIES by Sheila English is FREE on Amazon through November 3rd! Get your FREE copy here! About the Book What if the Frankenstein creature didn’t die in a fire,a crumbling castle or on a glacier? What if he never died at all? Adam Frankenstein, a […]

Heart of Delight Blog Posts

How to Draw a Handful of Hearts—Inspiration for My Sweet Regency Series ~ Jenna Jaxon

How to Draw a Handful of Hearts—Inspiration for My Sweet Regency Series If truth be told, the inspiration for this series, Handful of Hearts, began in 2011 as I was writing a short story to enter in a local writing contest. I was still very new to the writing game, but the contest was free […]


 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
Afterburn
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4 Star Review: Afterburn by Sylvia Day

Posted  August 22, 2013  by  Donna McBroom-Theriot

Cosmo and Harlequin have recently teamed up to present two RED-HOT Reads each month. AFTERBURN by Sylvia Day is one of the first to be released under the RED-HOT Reads. Wow! Sylvia Day has definitely taken the heat up a notch with AFTERBURN! She had this Southern Gal hopping up for a glass of cold, iced tea! I loved the two main […]

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Jesse
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4-1/2 Star Review: Jesse by C.H. Admirand

Posted  May 17, 2012  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

JESSE; the third and final novel in C.H. Admirand’s popular The Secret Life of Cowboys series, is a sweet slice of down home romance that’s equal parts sugar and spice. The phrase “Once bitten, twice-shy” is apropos for both Jesse and Danielle. Fortunately for these two they have a little pink angel, in the form […]

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Scorsolini Baby Scandal
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Contemporary Romance

NEW RELEASE: Scorsolini Baby Scandal by Lucy Monroe

Posted  June 24, 2013  by  Dayna Linton

Publication Date: June 1, 2013 USA Today bestselling author Lucy Monroe brings you a wonderful tale of passion, desire and true love with this digital novella and begs the question, marry in haste, repent at…pleasure? Prinicipe Vittoro Micheli Scorsolini is shaking off the pressures of ruling a country and going on holiday… undercover. But that’s […]

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Working it Out
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5 Star Review: Working it Out by Rachael Anderson

Posted  September 12, 2013  by  Donna McBroom-Theriot

WORKING IT OUT by Rachael Anderson is a wonderful book that encompasses many emotions without one crowding the other. She includes the dynamics of the sister/brother relationship, boy/girl relationship, and work/friend relationship. The story seamlessly flows from one relationship to another. Grace was fond of looking up the meaning of people’s names to see if they matched the personality […]

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Passions of a Wicked Earl
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5 Star Review: Passions of a Wicked Earl by Lorraine Heath

Posted  December 1, 2010  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Lorraine Heath writes stories that are filled with such heart felt emotions it’s impossible not to get caught up and carried away by them. PASSIONS OF A WICKED EARL is the first book in Heath’s newest series London’s Greatest Lovers in which we are introduced to the first of the three brothers, Morgan Lyons, the […]

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The Duke's Disaster
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Historical Romance

4 Star Review: The Duke’s Disaster by Grace Burrowes

Posted  March 30, 2015  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

If you want to take a break from the usual angst and complicated subplots to read a story that stays completely focused on the evolution of a couple’s romance, then Grace Burrowes is your “go-to” author of choice and THE DUKE’S DISASTER is no exception. From start to finish we rarely leave the side of […]

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Short Q&A with Chris Rogers on PARADISE CURSED

Posted  April 14, 2016  by  Ivy Truitt

Recently Chris sent me some info on her latest book, PARADISE CURSED. It’s a departure for her and my first thoughts when reading it were: Why you chose to have your protagonist solve other people’s extraordinary problems. Difficulties he might face as he’s ship-bound and stuck in the Caribbean. This was Chris’ response…. “Why” is […]

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On Good Earl Deserves a Lover
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5 Star Review: One Good Earl Deserves a Lover by Sarah MacLean

Posted  April 9, 2013  by  Teresa Spreckelmeyer

Sarah MacLean is a real gem when it comes to creating large casts of characters that grab your attention so well that you can’t help but hope they wind up getting a story all on their own. In this case, not one, but two characters from her first Rules for Scoundrels series book A ROGUE BY […]

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