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The Brothers’ Keepers by N.L.B. Horton Excerpt & Giveaway

The Brothers' Keepers (Parched, #2) By N.L.B. Horton Editions: ebook, paperback Published: November 12th 2014 by RidgeRoute Press Genre: Adult International Suspense / Mystery A friend’s deception. A family’s dilemma. While cataloguing looted antiquities in Brussels, archaeologist Grace Madison discovers that her daughter has vanished in France, and her son’s bride has been attacked in Switzerland. After the Madisons unearth a relic whose taproot pierces the Ancient Near East, they realize that before they can save themselves, Read more [...]

Fact or Crap with Lauren Gallagher & Giveaway

Razor Wire By Lauren Gallagher Editions: ebook, paperback Published: December 22nd 2014 by Riptide Publishing Genre: Adult FxF Contemporary Romance Two women. One terrible crime. Zero allies. After being raped by a superior officer, MA3 Kim Lockhoff wants to leave the whole thing in the past. A cop herself, she knows all too well that it’s her word—and slutty reputation—against that of a respected Navy officer. MA2 Reese Marion, a tough cop hiding her own trauma behind a hard-as-nails exterior, has no patience for pretty little Read more [...]

Small Town Romance with a Paranormal Twist by Viola Estrella & Giveaway

Haunting You (Bewitching Women #2) By Viola Estrella Editions: ebook, paperback Published: October 25th 2014 Genre: Adult Paranormal Romance Rachel Spencer's life has been hijacked by the supernatural. Ghosts seeking help with their unfinished earthly business won't leave her alone. Her only hope for returning to normalcy and passing her next attempt at the bar exam is making a deal with one of the ghostly intruders. It should be simple--Ella keeps the other spirits away if Rachel agrees to help Ella's two teenage sons. No problem. Read more [...]

Why Nate? By Amy Lane & Giveaway

The Bells of Times Square By Amy Lane Editions: ebook, paperback Published: December 15th 2014 by Riptide Publishing Genre: Adult Historical Romance Every New Year’s Eve since 1946, Nate Meyer has ventured alone to Times Square to listen for the ghostly church bells he and his long-lost wartime lover vowed to hear together. This year, however, his grandson Blaine is pushing Nate through the Manhattan streets, revealing his secrets to his silent, stroke-stricken grandfather. When Blaine introduces his boyfriend to his beloved grandfather, Read more [...]

Why Adults Should Be Reading YA Books by Briana North

Guest Post: Why Adults Should Be Reading YA Books by Briana North Enjoy whatever you want, as long as it wasn't written for children. Thus begins Ruth Graham’s unsurprisingly immature Slate article, “Against YA.” I frankly felt more embarrassed reading Graham’s article than I ever felt (or likely ever will feel) reading a young adult (YA) or children’s book. Graham seems determined to take an extremely narrow and reductive view of YA literature, scornfully declaring it to be escapist, maudlin, uncritical, lacking the ambiguity and Read more [...]