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Fresh Pick | BE MY TEXAS VALENTINE by Jodi Thomas, Phyliss Miranda, DeWanna Pace, Linda L. Broday
Fresh Pick / February 1, 2012

January 2012 On Sale: January 3, 2012 352 pages ISBN: 1420119672 EAN: 9781420119671 Paperback $6.99  Add to Wish List Romance Anthology Buy at It’s the Season of Hearts Be My Texas Valentine by Jodi Thomas, Phyliss Miranda, DeWanna Pace, Linda L. Broday The way to a cowboy’s heart In Texas, Valentine’s Day is for restless hearts, brave second chances, and passions rekindled. New York Times bestselling author Jodi Thomas, Linda Broday, Phyliss Miranda, and DeWanna Pace tempt you with four delicious treats… Out on these rugged plains, love never comes easy. And four daring ladies will do whatever it takes to capture the hearts of four irresistibly sweet-talking Texans… When a quiet foreman comes to the aid of a mystery lady, they’ll find that this perfect starlit night is made for courtin’… A determined heiress gambles high to reclaim the rancher she’s never stopped wanting… When a spirited lady and a go-getter mayor compete for their town’s future, it’s two dreams for a lifetime… And to attract a lonely doctor’s attention, a shy young woman needs courage – and two unlikely matchmakers… An anthology of four couples conquering love on Valentin’s Day. Excerpt Chapter One February 1867 Broderick Monroe…

Mystery Author Kate Carlisle on Giving Back to Readers
Author Guest / February 1, 2012

Kate Carlisle is the New York Times bestselling author of the Bibliophile Mystery series, which launched in 2009 with HOMICIDE IN HARDCOVER. The latest Bibliophile Mystery is ONE BOOK IN THE GRAVE (Bibliophile Mystery book 5). The Bibliophile Mystery series follows San Francisco-based book expert Brooklyn Wainwright as she restores classic texts to their former glory, and solves contemporary murders linked to each book. Visit Kate online at I can’t imagine not being a reader. Think about it. If you didn’t have books in your life, how would you spend your time? What would you do? When you went to bed… what? You would just lie there, no book in your hand, no story in your head? You have a long wait at an airport with an even longer flight ahead of you and… no book? How do people do that?! Pardon me while I pause to shudder. I do not want to live in that world. One of the things I love best about reading is that, while the actual act of reading is a solitary one (except for story time at the library), reading is a very social activity. When we finish a good book, we pass…