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Marie Bostwick’s QuiltaPalooza Road Show
Author Guest / April 23, 2014

Monday, April 28th (9am to 11am) Marie will be co-hosting (not just doing a segment) on The Broadcast on KTXD-TV in Dallas. This will be prior to her”Cobbled Court Quiltapalooza Book Bash Road Show” event that same evening at the Books-A-Million in Grapevine. We’ll also be having dinner with Marie at Love And War In Texas at 5pm (Grapevine) And don’t miss the other “Quiltapalooza” events in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Arkansas, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. Details at Quiltapalooza

Fresh Pick | A SEAL’S KISS by Tawny Weber
Fresh Pick / April 23, 2014

Fresh Pick for Wednesday, April 23rd, 2014 is A SEAL’S KISS by Tawny Weber #RomanceWednesday Uniformly Hot! Harlequin Blaze April 2014 On Sale: March 18, 2014 224 pages ISBN: 0373797958 EAN: 9780373797950 Kindle: B00FTQ2AFI Paperback / e-Book Add to Wish List Romance Contemporary, Romance Erotica Sensual Buy A Copy Kindle Powell’s Books Indiebound A SEAL’s Kiss by Tawny Weber Subject: Navy SEAL Petty Officer Aiden Masters Current Status: On leave Obstacle: Deploy “Mission: (Fake) Engagement”…without actually falling for his fiancée! The goal of Mission: Engagement is simple—a fake engagement concocted to bring happiness to Sage Taylor’s ailing father. The Rules: 1) Treat it like a military mission 2) Keep the truth undercover 3) The “engagement” lasts as long as the professor’s health depends on it; and 4) No sex…especially with each other! But the incredibly spirited (and a touch quirky) Sage has never been one for rules. Especially when they involve Aiden’s rock-hard navy bod and a ton of smokin’-hot sexual attraction. Which means in order to seduce this sexy SEAL, she’ll have to completely outmaneuver him…. A faked engagement might be just what they need Previous Picks

Tracy March | Have You Ever Won the Vacation Lottery?
Author Guest / April 23, 2014

Imagine my utter surprise when my husband came home from work one day and told me we were going to Switzerland. Switzerland! He’d been invited to give a keynote address, and I’d won the vacation lottery! Needless to say, we had the time of our lives in the land of watches, army knives and chocolate. But there’s way more to Switzerland than that. Here are ten things we enjoyed most, so be sure to include them in your plans when you go. Strolling through the charming narrow streets of old town Lucerne, admiring the still-intact medieval city walls with their fairy-tale towers. Countless clocks chime on the hour, but the oldest clock in the city does the honors. It’s allowed to chime a minute before all the others! Visiting the Engelberg Benedictine Monastery and meeting real-life monks. Engelberg means angel mountain, and the monastery got its name when two monks saw a host of angels while they were walking in the nearby meadows. The monastery gave its name to the village that grew up around it, and an angel is the symbol of the idyllic town. Learning the ancient art of cheese making at the Engelberg Monastery Cheese Factory. Cheese…