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Over the Moon with Regina Kyle

Today I have contemporary romance author Regina Kyle to talk about what puts her
OVER THE MOON! And be sure to check out her latest release, The Billionaire in Her Bed!


Giveaway: Winner choice for an ebook from Regina’s backlist. To enter, comment below and answer, who is your tribe?

Regina Kyle knew she was destined to be an author when she won a writing contest at age ten with a touching tale about a squirrel and a nut pie. By day, she writes dry legal briefs, representing the state in criminal appeals. At night, she writes steamy romance with heart and humor.

A lover of all things theatrical, Regina lives on the Connecticut coast with her husband, teenage daughter and two melodramatic
cats. When she’s not writing, she’s most likely singing, reading, cooking or watching bad reality television. She’s a member of
Romance Writers of America and of her local RWA chapter.

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    8 Responses to Over the Moon with Regina Kyle

    1. Denise says:

      My closest girlfriends, a few writer friends, and a cousin are my “tribe.”

    2. Shari says:

      My tribe are fellow romance readers. I have made so many new friends through reading.

    3. Cheryl Hastings says:

      A few close friends, my sister and a few cousins

    4. Eileen AW says:

      My tribe is a small group of retired teachers who have shared my life for the pass 15-20+ years. We taught together, albeit different subjects, had lunch together, shared students as well as the trials and tribulations of the daily life of a teacher, a mom, and a wife. When an administrator broke up the school staff, sending the 5 of us to 4 different high schools, we continued to meet once a month. We supported each other as we dealt with change, disrespect from students and other staff members/teachers, and increased demands upon us. We helped each other as we loss parents and siblings. We also help as each one of us transition into retirement, offering words of encouragement to those still in the classroom and cheer of those retiring. I know, because I was the youngest and last to retired. These women who understand me are my tribe.

    5. Linda Bieri says:

      My tribe is a small group of close friends that know too much about me for me to leave. Lol

    6. Lorelei says:

      My friends at Lorelei’s Lit Lair and The Lit Lair Ladies-Karen, Kerry & Julie- are my tribe! I always say no matter what the forecast, it’s always sunny and bright when the ladies and I are together. We share and chat about books, authors and other fun topics. It’s such a fabulous community. I loved meeting you, Regina! Xoxo

    7. Voule Walker says:

      Thank you to everyone who commented! Regina will be in touch with the winner soon!

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