Monthly Archives: March 2013

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Red and the Wolf by Laura Lee Nutt Besides having one of the loveliest covers I have seen (look at those colors!), Red and the Wolf is a sigh worthy debut novel in the popular fairy-tale romance genre that will keep … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Numinous adjective -showing the power of something spiritual or holy that is present -evincing the presence of a deity (“A numinous wood”) Athena came as a god comes, numinous, to the rites.–Homer. The Odyssey, book 3. This one comes from … Continue reading

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Twelfth Sun Cover Reveal with Author Mae Clair The hunky young PhD knows all about seduction, but what does he know about love? Please welcome my Lyrical sister and friend Mae Clair to A Time to Love. She’s whipping out … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Last week’s word came from an erotic romance about a high-priced escort embroiled in Chicago’s crime underworld. This week’s word comes from the online devotional I subscribe to (Crosswalk.com). Talk about contrast! Pabulum noun ▸ insipid intellectual nourishment ▸ any substance … Continue reading

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   Hooker with a heart of gold. Okay, that’s not exactly accurate. Shelly is really a high-priced escort, and her heart is made of diamond-encrusted platinum, much better than gold. She’s a genuine sweetheart who will do anything to help … Continue reading

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Tuesday’s Word

Luddite noun -one of the 19th century English workmen who destroyed labor-saving machinery that they thought would cause unemployment -any opponent of technological progress Phillip was a bit of a Luddite. I used to call him a sixty-year-old man trapped … Continue reading

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I love romance heroes who do it all. Which is why I’m tickled to introduce Caleb Clark, the very alpha ex-military hero in Ruthie Knox’s new release Along Came Trouble. Besides having an awesome name, Caleb runs a security company, … Continue reading

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