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Nadia Diament | Author Reader Match: BLOODSUCKING LAWYER
Author Guest / June 19, 2019

Instead of trying to find your perfect match in a dating app, we bring you the “Author-Reader Match” where we introduce you to authors as a reader you may fall in love with. It’s our great pleasure to present Nadia Diament!  Writes: Offbeat paranormal and contemporary romantic comedies. By offbeat, I mean that I like to turn common romance themes on their head while still giving you a satisfying HEA. My debut novel, BLOODSUCKING LAWYER, is a paranormal romance about a vampire lawyer and the snarky mortal associate he can’t help but fall for. About the Author: Nadia is a word nerd living in Chicago, though she’s lived everywhere from Washington, DC, to Rapid City, South Dakota. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading comic books and tinkering with fountain pens. She has no rhythm but is halfway decent at swing dancing when she’s had some wine. Her favorite album is London Calling by The Clash. What I’m looking for in my ideal match: Someone who– Likes creatures that go bump in the night but wants the heat and humor of a contemporary romance Binge watches legal dramas Can’t help but love office romances Savors the sweet torture of a slow-burn…

Summer BBQ Recipe Roundup | THE CLAIMING OF THE SHREW by Shana Galen
Author Guest / June 19, 2019

We always know when we read a historical romance by Shana Galen, we’ll go on an adventure! Book Five in the Survivors Series, THE CLAIMING OF THE SHREW (available now) is no different! Shana’s also got a refreshing summer salad, that’s quick and easy to put together! Be sure to check out our other Summer BBQ Recipe Roundup posts all week! Day 1: Day 2: *** No Shrews in Summer No matter how much I try not to be, no matter how many promises I make myself, during the school year I turn into a bit of a shrew. The first week of school is fine, but then the newness fades and my daughter won’t get up and we’re running late and I find myself screeching for her to “Get up!” or “Hurry up!” or “Get your shoes! Put on your backpack! Eat breakfast!” But during the summer that awful shrew gets to go back into the cave where she belongs. Days are a bit lazier, mornings are a bit longer, and responsibilities are a lot fewer. Summer is also the time when families and friends get together. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that the summer months are…