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Enter To Win Flash of Fury by Lea Griffith

To celebrate the release of her latest book Running the Risk , author Lea Griffith is giving away three copies of Flash of Fury. Go to Rafflecopter to enter the contest. No purchase necessary to win. Rafflecopter Giveaway: a Rafflecopter giveaway

Excerpt: Running the Risk by Lea Griffith

Running the Risk by Lea Griffith Survival is crucial. Trust is optional. Love is unstoppable. Jude Dagan’s life as he knew it ended a year ago. On a mission gone wrong, he was forced to watch as Ella Banning, the only woman he’s ever loved, was killed. Or …

Excerpt: Play for Keeps by Maggie Wells

Title: Play for Keeps Author: Maggie Wells Series: Love Games, #2 Pub Date: April 3, 2018 Genre: Contemporary Mixing business and pleasure is a dangerous game… Tyrell Ransom, the new men’s basketball coach, is ready to whip his team into shape and start winning some games. But when …

Excerpt: X-Ops Exposed by Paige Tyler

Knowing she wasn’t going to get away, Zarina slid to a stop and spun around, ready to shout at the beast that wanted to kill her. She’d seen Tanner let out a roar that could paralyze almost anything crazy enough to attack him, so perhaps she could do …

What Would These Romantic Suspense Heroines Do?

What Would These Romantic Suspense Heroines Do With Lisa Renee Jones, Melinda Leigh, and Elisabeth Naughton This month bestselling authors Lisa Renee Jones, Elisabeth Naughton, and Melinda Leigh are each releasing thrilling romantic suspense novels. But while they write in the same genre, you can expect very different …

Enter to Win: Tamara Morgan Books Prize Pack

To celebrate the release of “Seeking Mr. Wrong,” the third book in the series “Penelope Blue,” author Tamara Morgan is giving the first two books in the series. Go to Rafflecopter to enter the contest. No purchase necessary to win. A fool-proof way to spice up any relationship: …

Excerpt: Seeking Mr. Wrong by Tamara Morgan

Before my foot has a chance to touch the ground, my back comes into contact with a fleshy wall that I could swear wasn’t there a moment ago. A pair of strong hands grab me by the waist to ground me, the grip familiar for the fraction of …