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Robin Bielman | 20 Questions: THE WEDDING CRASHER AND THE COWBOY
Author Guest / October 29, 2021

1–What is the title of your latest release? THE WEDDING CRASHER AND THE COWBOY 2–What is it about? It’s about an ER doctor who crashes a wedding to help a friend and comes face to face with the last man she ever wanted to see again. 3–What do you love about the setting of your book?  I love that it’s set in a small town where everyone knows everyone, it’s hard to keep anything a secret, and there are shops like Baked on Main where you can get the best glazed doughnut ever. 🙂 4–How did your heroine surprise you?  Kennedy turned out to be more adventurous than I thought she’d be. She’s a city girl who likes to wear high heels when not in the ER but she took to the ranch with relative ease and accepted the challenges Maverick threw at her with confidence. 5–Why will readers love your hero?  Besides Maverick’s blue eyes and dimples, he’s loyal, attentive, earnest, loves his family, and talks to his horse. 6–What was one of your biggest challenges while writing this book (spoiler-free, of course!)?  This is my first enemies to lovers romance and I wanted to be sure that transitioning…

Lori Wilde | Exclusive Excerpt: SECOND CHANCE CHRISTMAS
Author Guest / October 29, 2021

Jana lay in the twin bed listening to the sound of Gabriel’s soft breathing and thinking about Joel sleeping across the hall. She was exhausted to the bone, but the events of the day kept circling her head. Mentally, she walked through the evening wondering how, in six short hours, she’d become a temporary surrogate mom for a baby abandoned over the Christmas holidays. Thinking about that stirred memories of another abandoned baby. Another mournful Christmas. Except this time, she wasn’t alone. Joel was on her side. She smiled into the darkness. Joel was right there with her all the way. He was a solid, dependable guy. Someone she could trust. She thought about how he’d swooped in and taken charge right when she needed him most. Packing her clothes. Insisting she and the baby come stay at his place. This alpha-male image was appealing if somewhat uncomfortable for her. She’d never seen him so commanding, and it stirred butterflies in her belly. Big time. What if, a voice whispered in the back of her head, what if she and Joel . . . Good grief! He didn’t even know that Ursula was running around on him. And even if…