Fresh FIction Box Not To Miss
Read a brand new short story by bestselling Regency romance author Sabrina Jeffries for free!
News / March 13, 2014

For a limited time, fans of historical romance will have the opportunity to read Sabrina Jeffries’s charming new short story, “Dorinda and the Doctor,” for free by purchasing an exclusive Walmart version of her latest novel, When the Rogue Returns (Pocket paperback, On sale now!). Doctor Worth made his appearance in What the Duke Desires, the launch book in the New York Times bestselling author’s Duke’s Men series about a Regency-era missing persons agency. Readers who prefer their books in digital format will also have a chance to enjoy “Dorinda and the Doctor,” but they will have to wait until this summer, when it comes out on Kindle, Nook and iBook for only $0.99. For more information on Sabrina Jeffries and her addictive books, visit the author at, Facebook and Pinterest.  

Fresh Pick | SILENCE OF THE WOLF by Terry Spear
Fresh Pick / March 13, 2014

Heart of the Wolf March 2014 On Sale: March 4, 2014 Featuring: Tom Silver 352 pages ISBN: 1402266898 EAN: 9781402266898 Kindle: B00GM43GN6 Paperback / e-Book Add to Wish List Romance Paranormal Buy at Howling good read for #Supernatural Thursday Silence Of The Wolf by Terry Spear A hunky werewolf and a beautiful stranger collide in this hot new paranormal shape-shifting romance Gray werewolf Tom Silver is determined to find the wolves who have been attacking local livestock. While tracking the pack through the Rockies, a blizzard forces him into a remote cabin where he hears a plane crash nearby. When he discovers the sole survivor is a beautiful female werewolf/ coyote shifter mix, bound as a prisoner, he knows it’s his duty to hide her. Now, they are both at risk as a search ensues for the missing prisoner. Will Tom be able to protect this beautiful stranger while tracking down the wolves responsible for terrorizing the local livestock? Exciting romance with sweet, sexy wolf shifter hero! Excerpt Tom Silver stared at the woman. She was too a wolf. He took another deep breath of the cinnamon-filled air, of the woman’s sweet scent of red wolf… and something else….

Jane Ashford | A Black Sheep
Author Guest / March 13, 2014

People sometimes ask me – who’s that black sheep with you in your author photo? He’s a little guy I watched being born during one of Heifer International’s Women’s Lambing Programs at Overlook Farm in Rutland, Massachusetts. I’ve attended several of these wonderful sessions, with sheep and goats. It had to be the black sheep I posed with because of the long tradition of romance heros who are black sheep. (Wiki says the idiom arises from a genetic quirk in sheep, but readers know the black sheep as an engaging rogue.) In my most recent historical romance The Bride Insists, the hero is a bit of a black sheep. Jamie Boleigh, seventh Baron Trehearth, can’t be blamed for running a little wild. He’s been struggling nearly all his life to salvage an estate teetering on the verge of ruin. His mother died giving birth to his twin sisters, and he lost his father in ambiguous circumstances the following year. Aged sixteen, he had to take over managing ancestral acres that were falling to pieces and mortgaged to the hilt. He loves every inch of Trehearth. The thought of losing it is agonizing. He tries everything he can think of, but…

Elizabeth Michels | Eating Through Fiction
Author Guest / March 13, 2014

I’m starving! This was the primary thought on my mind while I was writing my new release, DESPERATELY SEEKING SUZANNA. I was mid-diet when I started writing this story, running on the treadmill every day, surviving on nuts and berries in an attempt to fit into a slinky dress for an event. So, is it surprising there are a great deal of scenes involving food in this story? Not really. Holden and Sue snack from the night they meet to the end of Desperately Seeking Suzanna. There is always a bowl of candy or a table of refreshments at a ball, over which they hover. But, it isn’t just any food they share a fondness for, it’s a fondness for sweets and more specifically chocolate. Some authors speak of themes of injustice or redemption in their stories, in this book there’s a theme of chocolate. *grins* That’s right, lovely, tasty ribbons of chocolate are woven through Sue and Holden’s story. In this scene, Holden has just taken Sue’s sketches from her while she sat drawing in the park—where she thought she was alone. She’s nervously watching him look through her artwork, but before long their conversation turns to—what else? Chocolate….