Category Archives: Contemporary Romance

Over the Moon ~ With Robin Covington

Redemption600x900Hey Everyone!  Please join me in welcoming the amazing Robin Covington to the blog today! Robin writes hot and steamy contemporaries with smart, gorgeous heroines and to die for alpha heroes.   Her latest book, which will be out soon, is called Redemption and it’s the third story in the Nashville Nights series.

Here’s Robin’s fun video in which she tells you what puts her Over the Moon!  

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Cover Reveal!

There have been sneak peeks all over social media, but today is the official cover reveal for Until You, which comes out in March from Tule Publishing.  Isn’t it beautiful?

UntilYou-300dpiHere’s a little about the book:

When newly divorced Kate Adams is approached on the sunny deck of a California hotel by hockey star David Burke, and he invites her to dinner,

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Jingle, jingle! I have NEWS!

Hi Everyone!

Nanny's OrnamentI’m so over-the-moon happy to announce a new project! Together with three of my best writer buddies from Long Island, Patty Blount, Jennifer Gracen and Jolyse Barnett, I’m going to be writing one of a series of Christmas novellas for Jane Porter‘s new publishing imprint, TULE!  The book will be released, along with the other three fantastic stories, in early November and I’m soooo excited!  My book,

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Welcome Carly Phillips!

I’m thrilled to welcome bestselling author, Carly Phillips, to the blog!  *passes chocolate* Carly’s new romance, Dare to Desire, the second book in her Dare to Love series, is out today! Make sure you leave a comment because one lucky reader will win a copy of the FIRST book in the series, Dare to Love.

Hey Carly! Thanks for taking a break to chat with us!

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Winter on Long Island

I was speaking to a friend on the west coast tonight and telling her about the weather here.

It’s been cold.  Like so cold you don’t want to go outside.  Between that and two good snows since the new year, I can tell you I’m ready for spring.

Of course, I have a while before I get there.  I think it’s 64 days.  In the meantime, I’m going to tease you with news.  

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