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Leanne Banks | Not Your Average Royals – Comment to win a book and a tiara headband!
Author Guest / May 24, 2011

I’m having so much fun writing about my fun and slightly dysfunctional royal family, the Devereaux.  It all began with ROYAL HOLIDAY BABY in November when good girl Princess Valentina had a wild night (just one!) with rancher Zach Logan and ended up pregnant.  Oh, the scandal!  Oh, the bumpy romance when Zach had to learn how to love again.  I’m pleased to tell you that this book was nominated as a Reviewer’s Choice Special Edition by Romantic Times BookClub, and is also a finalist for the Award of Excellence and Golden Quill. After that, it was like potato chips.  One Devereaux just wasn’t enough.  In THE PRINCE’S TEXAS BRIDE we have the crown prince Stefan who is accustomed to being obeyed by everyone (except his contrary siblings).  He hires Texan Eve Jackson as royal stable master and would never have expected to fall for such a woman.  For Eve’s part, she knows she’s not princess material.  She’s not the type to curtsey, that’s for sure!  So, anything that develops between them (and nothing should!) will have to be temporary.  Right? Coming June 21 is THE DOCTOR TAKES A PRINCESS.  Princess Bridget has one more mission before she takes a…

Leanne Banks | Great Days
Uncategorized / August 13, 2008

Thank you Fresh Fiction for allowing me to visit today. I’m having a great day because my book, BILLIONAIRE’S MARRIAGE BARGAIN, which features a hot, powerful, charming and RICH man is on the stands! Alex Megalos has the ability to charm women into his bed with no difficulty at all. When my shero, Mallory James tells him she’s not interested in him, he decides to prove her wrong. There is a lot of heat and a couple of scandals to keep things interesting. If you get a chance to read BILLIONAIRE’S MARRIAGE BARGAIN, please write me. I’d love to hear from you. I’m having a great day, but that got me to thinking about bad days… or odd days. …cuz you had an odd day… I changed the lyrics to that hit song American Idol played over and over again because I believe there are degrees to bad. Bad is a piano falling on you, incurable diseases, a plane flying into your condo, bombs going off in your town … You get the picture. I feel like a real whiner if I say I’ve had a bad day when I think about how tough a lot of other people have…