Authors Dish RWA 2019 with USA Today Bestselling Author Suzanne Ferrell, Author Jeanne Adams, and Author Olivia Hardin

Authors Dish RWA 2019 with USA Today Bestselling Author Suzanne Ferrell, Author Jeanne Adams, and Author Olivia Hardin

If you’re heading to New York City July 24-27, 2019 for RWA2019 or another conference reminders and tips are always helpful. Especially when it comes to packing, and as a first timer commuting to the hotel each day I am hoping I remember to pack all the things in one suitcase ;). 

Hopefully you won’t find yourself waking up in the middle of the night panicked that you now need the very thing you forgot to pack. Or, finding out moments before you have a meeting or fun place to go, you ran out of or forgot something essential. 

So, to all the newbies, and seasoned travel veterans, I’m running an Authors Dish specifically targeted on what authors and industry professionals always include in their suitcases, what they stash in their conference bag to avoid hunger pains and the things they forget once and hopefully never again. While some of the authors contributing are not attending we love that they want to contribute. 

May this inspire you to plan, make your lists, and triple check so you are prepared for just about anything. If you’re heading to RWA2019 I’d love to say hi. Comment below so we can be sure to meet up in NYC.

Stay tuned as we’ll have plenty of tips and tricks in the upcoming weeks so check the blog daily.

Today in the cafe are USA Today Bestselling Author Suzanne Ferrell, Author Jeanne Adams, and Olivia Hardin

Rae: What five things do you have to pack when attending a conference? 

 

Suzanne Ferrell:

1) Comfortable shoes because you have to walk miles and stand in lines to get into free book signings, scheduled meals and seminars.

2) Pens, swag and signed by author stickers for the book signings.

3)My iPad, because it travels easier than a laptop, holds my music and I can both write on it and access the internet to do posts from conference.

4) Supplements: MagCitrate to prevent leg cramps, prevent indigestion, and makes me sleep better; Vitamins and extra Vitamin D to help me not come down with conference crud.

5)Breathe Right strips so I don’t snore too loudly and my roommates can sleep! Emoji

 

Jeanne Adams:

Besides Comfy, stylish clothes and stylin’, comfy shoes? 

Chargers. For everything. 

Snacks – beware counting on the buffet!
My awesome Pixar water bottle!

A book to read that I’ve read before because I can put it down – it helps me get to sleep! 

My iPad and Zagg keyboard case because I always get new ideas for stories and want to write them down!

Tums – ‘cause you always end up eating something weird at a conference!

(Oh, and my otter. Always good to take an otter to conference, right Rae?)

 

 

Olivia Hardin: 

Laptop! I must be able to write!
Colorful pens and notebooks, I just LOVE taking notes and doing it with style
Sweater or cardigan.  It gets cold in some of those conference rooms.
Water… usually in a handy carrying jug or mug.  Must stay hydrated of course!
Business cards and postcards… its all about networking so make sure you’re ready to connect with others in your field or readers.



 

 

Rae: What is your snack attack must haves in your day bag?

Suzanne: Pizza flavored Combo pretzels and chocolate. Usually I pack Dove chocolates to hand out to readers at the book signings, so I toss in an extra bag of the milk chocolate caramel ones…my favorite.

Jeanne: Power bars! Traders Joe’s Marona Almonds with rosemary! Mmmm. Trader Joe’s honey sesame cashews are great too…

Olivia: It depends… if I’m on a chocolate kick, I love Hershey kisses.  But besides chocolate, one of my favorites is Australian Red Licorice bites.  Yum

 

Rae:What’s the one thing you forget to pack and swear to remember next time?

Suzanne:  I’m married to a very brilliant, but equally forgetful man, known to my readers as the Jazzman. So, over the years I’ve become somewhat OCD when it comes to packing. I make a list 2 weeks before and double check it the day before I go to conference to be sure I’m not taking too much and not leaving anything necessary. (I do this with family trips, too.) I honestly can’t remember leaving anything at home I needed later at conference. However, I have learned I won’t need a hair dryer and that fancy shoes are not a necessity.

Jeanne: I always seem to forget to pack either a toothbrush or saline for my contacts. I alternate in which one I forget!

Olivia: Uhm… I always forget something, but usually not the same thing.  One time I forgot shoes, so the only ones I had were those on my feet for the trip!

Rae: Thank you so much authors! I’ll be keeping a running list and will post it a week before RWA2019 so that hopefully no one needs to make a quick run to the lobby market or drug store around the corner. I’ll see you soon for new authors and more ideas!


** Author Bios **

Suzanne Ferrell:

USA Today Bestselling author Suzanne discovered romance novels in her aunt’s hidden stash one summer as a teenager. From that moment on she knew two things: she loved romance stories and someday she’d be writing her own. Her love for romances has only grown over the years. It took her a number of years and a secondary career as a nurse to finally start writing her own stories.

Currently there are two main series she’s actively writing in: The Westen Series, a contemporary small town series based in a fictional Ohio town where “things aren’t always what they seem”, and features Close To HomeClose To The Edge and Close To The FireThe second series is the Romantic Suspense books KIDNAPPEDHUNTEDSEIZED and VANISHEDfeaturing the Edgars family as they fight for justice, even if it means stepping slightly outside the rulebook.

KIDNAPPED and HUNTED were both Golden Heart finalist, and SEIZED, book #3 in the Edgars Family Novels, was a finalist in the novella category of the OKRWA’s National Reader’s Choice Awards contest.

Suzanne’s sexy stories, whether they be her on the edge of your seat romantic suspense or the small town romantic suspense stories they’ll keep you thinking about her characters long after their Happy Ever After is achieved.

You can Find Suz at:

Website: https://suzanneferrell.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/suzanneferrell.author

Twitter: https://twitter.com/SuzFerrell

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/suzferrell/

Jeanne Adams:

Jeanne Adams writes award-winning suspense, paranormal, mysteries and urban fantasies.  She’s also a sought-after speaker, who knows a thing or two about getting rid of the evidence…

Jeanne specializes in thrills and suspense.  Even her paranormal and urban fantasies have a suspense element, so be prepared!  She loves football, baseball, dogs, Halloween and the weird and she teaches classes for writers on body disposal.

Jeanne lives in DC with her husband and two growing sons, as well as two dogs – a Lab and an Irish Water Spaniel.  Don’t tell, but she’s prone to adopting more dogs when her husband isn’t looking.

Featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, and other publications, her books have been consistently hailed as “One of the best Suspense Books of the Year!” by Romantic Times.  You can find her at her newly redesigned website: www.JeanneAdams.comon Twitter at www.twitter.com/JeanneAdams or at www.Facebook.com/JeanneAdamsAuthor

Olivia Hardin:

Olivia Hardin always realized how strange she was to have complete movie-like character dreams as a child. Eventually, she began putting those vivid dreams to paper and was rarely without her spiral notebooks full of those mental ramblings. Her forgotten vision of becoming an author was realized when she connected with a group of amazingly talented and fabulous writers who gave her lots of direction and encouragement. With a little extra push from family and friends, she hunkered down to get lost in the words. She’s also an insatiable crafter who only completes about 1 out of 5 projects, a jogger who hates to run, and is sometimes accused of being artistic, though she’s generally too much of a perfectionist to appreciate her own work. A native Texas girl, Olivia lives in the beautiful Lone Star state with her husband, Danny, and their puppy Bonnie.

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The Extra Shot: Jeanne Adams – January 2, 2019

The Extra Shot: Jeanne Adams – January 2, 2019

 

Welcome to The Extra Shot where you’ll find an EXCLUSIVE scene from Crashing Through the Snow by Jeanne Adams, one of two stories in the Happy New Year Haven Harbor Anthology. 

One-click your copy now and get ready for a new book adventure. Two novellas for just $0.99! 

 

 

 

 

 

This scene takes place right after Dr. Garnet Simpson’s old flame, Guy Kalama and his pregnant twin, Livvy, take refuge at Garnet’s house in the midst of a massive snowstorm in Haven Harbor!

Guy Kalama hefted his duffle bag as he came back into the kitchen. “Where do you want me? Couch?”

He caught the look in her eye, and the deep blush, and wondered what she’d been thinking. He grinned. She blushed harder.

“No, I have a guest room upstairs. I gave your sister the one with its own bath down here so she didn’t have to navigate the stairs. There’s a bath in the hallway,” she said. The blush deepened as she added, “I’m sure you’d like to get a hot shower.”

“Yeah,” he said, watching her. “It’ll feel great to stand under the hot water for a bit, thaw everything out.”

His heart lifted as she bit her lip, still blushing. She wasn’t immune to him, any more than he was immune to her. He knew he’d screwed everything up between them before. Maybe, just maybe, there was hope in the middle of a freakin’ snowstorm.

“I’ll show you where everything is.” She moved past him toward the stairs. “Can I carry anything for you?”

“Sure,” he said, stepping into the mudroom with her. He crowded her, just a little. Had he not seen that blush, he would have kept his distance. Since he had seen it, he wanted to push it a little, gauge her response. “How about you take this,” he said, handing her a small bag.

She pointed to the other bags. “Books? Shoes?”

He shrugged. “I think so. Frankly, it could be anything. We packed her up as quickly as we could and got her out. A couple of my guys were driving the van with most of her clothes, kitchen stuff, and furniture”

Her warm smile lit the room. She hadn’t retreated into the cold formality he knew she could pull over her elegant, chiseled, old New England features in the blink of an eye.

“Gosh, that brings back memories. Is it as bad as when you helped me move in here?”

He laughed. “Worse. Much, much worse. You were organized. The only thing Livvy has organized is her business. Her personal life?” he growled, thinking of Livvy’s situation. “Not so much.”

“I’m sorry,” she murmured, her hand on his arm. He froze at the light touch. A shudder ran through him as the ache of missing her eased. “I won’t pry, but I do need to know if she’s been…abused, or physically—”

“No, nothing like that. Nothing physical.”

He watched her features relax. Beautiful. He couldn’t help himself. He brushed a thumb over her cheek, then tucked an errant strand of that magnificent red hair behind her ear. She almost—almost—leaned into the caress. She seemed to catch herself at the last minute.

Now she did step away. “I’m glad of that. When and if she shares the story with me, I’ll know better if there’s anything I need to do, medically.”

He nodded, not trusting his voice. He picked up his other duffle. He hadn’t expected to stay a second night away from home, so he didn’t have much. He and two of his employees had basically swooped in and helped Livvy evacuate, planning to head right to Guy’s place beyond Haven Harbor, near Pennyfield.

“I’m going to have to call Jake Strongbow back, and my guys,” he said, as they climbed the stairs. She paused outside a bedroom. “I already told the guys we wouldn’t make it tonight.”

She looked out the window at the end of the hall. “Maybe not for a day or two,” she said, nodding toward the view. “It’s gotten worse.”

Outside, the landscape was invisible. He could see the glow marking the security light between the house and the barn, but it was like an indistinct moon behind white, snow-filled clouds. “Wow.”

“Serious storm,” she said, pushing open the spare bedroom door. “Our weather witch said it would be a three-day storm.”

“Has she ever been wrong?” he asked, knowing Estelle Hestworth was among the best weather witches ever recorded.

“Not in my lifetime. Sometimes she’ll be a few inches off in snow or rain totals, but on the general tenor of the weather? Never.”

“Are you going to have to wake Livvy up in the night?” he asked. “She sleeps like the dead.”

“Pregnancy changes that sometimes.”

“Not with Livvy,” he disagreed. “She said it’s made her worse. She’s worried she won’t wake up when the babies cry.”

The laugh that rang out in the shadowy hallway made him even more aware of Garnet’s presence. He’d missed that laugh. He’d missed her, far more than he’d known.

“A lot of new parents worry about that,” she said. “They always wake up.” She led him into the large guest room, switching on a light by the bedside. The iron bed frame was painted white, the bed covered in a heavy red coverlet with an extra quilt folded neatly over the end of the bed. “If you need more blankets, there are two or three in the trunk at the foot of the bed,” she explained, gesturing to the gorgeously carved wooden blanket chest.

“You still turn down the heat at night?”

The blush was back. “Yes, but I’ll leave it up tonight. I don’t want Livvy to get cold. If the power goes and the generator kicks on, though, it will get colder. The systems don’t run as warm or as well on gen-power,” she said, apology in her voice. She completely ignored the reminder that he knew how she liked to sleep. “It’s an old system.”

“I’ll be fine,” he reassured, moving closer to her. She looked into his eyes, and her smile faltered.

“Guy,” she started, and his heart clenched. She was going to tell him to back off, they were old news, their time long passed.

Her lips parted, but she didn’t speak. Guy hesitated, just one heartbeat, before he lowered his head and kissed her.

He kept it light, easy—a kiss he could pass off as a casual thank you between friends.

Garnet was the one who took it deeper, hotter, and made it a lot more. When she moved in, her hands dropping lightly onto his chest, he could swear her touch seared his skin. Her lips moved beneath his as he ran his hand under her long, dark braid to caress the back of her neck.

When he dropped his bag to free up his other hand, she broke the kiss. With a dazed look in her eyes, she glanced at the bag which had hit the floor with an audible thunk. As if waking up from a dream, her gaze sharpened and she stepped back. “I’m sorry. That was—”

He didn’t want her to say whatever it was she was thinking. He didn’t want her to negate what had just happened.

“It was natural,” he interjected. “We’ve had an intense few hours. We’re friends.” At least he hoped they could still be friends, after everything he’d put her through. “It’s okay.”

She looked like she was about to say more, but Guy headed it off. If she didn’t say it, he could keep the hope alive that somehow, some crazy way, she would forgive him. “Where did you say the bathroom was?”

“It’s right across the hall.” She looked discombobulated. “This bedroom and two others up here share the hall bath. I’ll show you.”

She all but fled the room. Grinning, he followed. She hadn’t told him to keep his hands to himself. He knew Garnet. If she was pissed, if she was seeing someone, she’d have stopped that kiss before it started. That she hadn’t now…that was hope.

A light popped on in a spacious room across the hall. The cream-colored tile with its floral accents was dated, but the rugs on the floor were new, and the shower curtain reflected the color of the thick, dark green towels hanging on a rod.

“You’ll find everything you need, I think. Um…” She paused, obviously unnerved. “If you need something, just look in the drawers. There are extras of most things. Towels are clean, of course.”

“Garnet,” he said, softly. “It’s okay.”

Her gaze met his. “I don’t want to feel this way about you again,” she admitted, her voice raw with emotion. “I finally got over you.”

His heart cracked open.

She didn’t move away when he ran his thumb over her cheek again, but as soon as he dropped the contact, she stepped back. “I’m sorry,” he said.

“Don’t be,” he said, looking away. “You didn’t do anything wrong. It’s all on me.”

With that admission, he realized he had no right to forgiveness.

“No,” she countered, surprising him. “No, it isn’t.”

He focused on the admission. “What are you saying?”

She took a short breath, let it out in a huff. “I’m saying that you bear a lot of fault for how we parted, but it isn’t one hundred percent on you.”

Hope, so quickly doused, bloomed again.

One kindle ebook copy of Happy New Year Haven Harbor is up for grabs for ONE lucky winner in the US.
For a chance to win comment below with your answer.

 You are leaving in a hurry to outrun a snowstorm and can only take one bag. What do you take and why?

Contest runs 1/1/19 – 1/4/18 at 11:59 PM One winner will be randomly selected. 

Be sure to follow Jeanne on all social media platforms and Books I Love A Latte so you don’t miss the announcement!

Winner will be randomly selected and must comment within 24 hours or a new winner will be drawn.

** For all giveaway rules read here.


Jeanne Adams writes award-winning suspense, paranormal, mysteries and urban fantasies.  She’s also a sought-after speaker, who knows a thing or two about getting rid of the evidence… 

Jeanne specializes in thrills and suspense.  Even her paranormal and urban fantasies have a suspense element, so be prepared!  She loves football, baseball, dogs, Halloween and the weird and she teaches classes for writers on body disposal.

Jeanne lives in DC with her husband and two growing sons, as well as two dogs – a Lab and an Irish Water Spaniel.  Don’t tell, but she’s prone to adopting more dogs when her husband isn’t looking.

Featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, and other publications, her books have been consistently hailed as “One of the best Suspense Books of the Year!” by Romantic Times.  You can find her at her newly redesigned website: www.JeanneAdams.com, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/JeanneAdams or at www.Facebook.com/JeanneAdamsAuthor

 

Stay connected with Rae Latte and Books I Love A Latte for Book Reviews, Excerpts, Teasers, Coffee With (Interviews), Giveaways, Authors Dish, Book Sales, and other Tasty Tidbits. 

 

Happy Book Birthday: Happy New Year from Haven Harbor

Happy Book Birthday: Happy New Year from Haven Harbor

Jeanne Adams returns to Haven Harbor with Crashing Through the Snow, one of two novellas in a collection about New Year’s Eve romance. There is nothing more magical than a winter romance, a snowstorm, and second chances in a town where the unexpected is more often the norm. I’m always up for a Haven Harbor story and Jeanne Adams has packed a lot into this 35,000 word novella. I wish this had been a full-length Haven Harbor story.  

Guy has worked hard to overcome a troubled relationship and move on from pain and loss. When he crashes into Garnet’s property on a snowy night it will open up wounds from the past. Both will have to come to terms how they deal with relationships. If Guy can earn Garnet’s forgiveness, they just might have something to celebrate when the clock strikes midnight on New Years Eve.

While I enjoyed this novella, at times I felt that there were places where I wanted more details when a scene was cut short. The novella moved along at a quick pace, quicker than I’d hoped. There is plenty of details that provide context to the characters and the setting to keep you engaged. While some details were not essential to the plot, it’s a welcomed nugget for devoted Haven Harbor fans. 

There is something magical about Haven Harbor – the town, it’s people, and the unique abilities certain town members have. Hopefully the details that weren’t included will find their way into future releases, and characters whose stories have not had a happy ending, will finally get one. I sense Livy or Jake’s story will be next

I received an ARC from the author for a fair and honest review.  This sinfully Sweet read is hotter than sweet with bedroom romance that tingles in all the right places, and a dash of spice to satisfy that slightly spicy craving.

I look forward to reading the other story in this anthology, Magick in the Air by Barbara Devlin.  If you have I’d love to hear your thoughts.

Jeanne Adams has generously offered one lucky reader in the US a kindle e-book of Happy New Year from Haven Harbor: A Haven Harbor Anthology by USA Today Bestseller Barbara Devlin and Jeanne Adams. 

To enter answer the following question:  Have you ever been stuck in a snow storm? If so, what did you do for fun?

One lucky reader will be randomly selected
Contests runs 1/1/19 – 1/4/19 at 11:59 PM

For all Giveaway rules click here.

Jeanne Adams writes award-winning suspense, paranormal, mysteries and urban fantasies.  She’s also a sought-after speaker, who knows a thing or two about getting rid of the evidence… 

Jeanne specializes in thrills and suspense.  Even her paranormal and urban fantasies have a suspense element, so be prepared!  She loves football, baseball, dogs, Halloween and the weird and she teaches classes for writers on body disposal.

Jeanne lives in DC with her husband and two growing sons, as well as two dogs – a Lab and an Irish Water Spaniel.  Don’t tell, but she’s prone to adopting more dogs when her husband isn’t looking.

Featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, and other publications, her books have been consistently hailed as “One of the best Suspense Books of the Year!” by Romantic Times.  You can find her at her newly redesigned website: www.JeanneAdams.com, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/JeanneAdams or at www.Facebook.com/JeanneAdamsAuthor

Authors Dish

Authors Dish

 

Welcome to Authors Dish where your favorite authors will share what they are reading. In addition, if you enjoy reading their books they have suggestions for similar book adventures by other authors. It doesn’t get better than that!

This post will run regularly on Fridays so sit back and take notes…these authors have a lot to share.

 

Today in the cafe are Cathy Maxwell, Samantha Chase and Jeanne Adams.

Rae: Who are you reading? 

Cathy Maxwell: BEARD SCIENCE (Winston Bros. #3) by Penny Reid.  Oh, and Lorraine Heath’s latest BEYOND SCANDAL AND DESIRE. Yes, I read two books at a time if they are different subgenres.

 

 

Samantha Chase: I have been on a Sawyer Bennett kick – her Cold Fury series is awesome!! 

 

 

Professional portrait - JPA 2012Jeanne Adams: I’m reading Donna Andrews’ How the Finch Stole Christmas, Kate Carlisle’s Eaves of Destruction, and Christmas Novellas from Anna Campbell!  In my stash are some non-fiction: The Ghost Map (about plagues), and Chip Gaines’s book Capital Gaines; as well as some great new fiction: Ellery Adams’ Killer Characters, and Charlaine Harris’s latest Aurora Teagarden Sleep Like a Baby

 

 

Rae: If readers are a fan of your books, who should they consider reading?

Cathy Maxwell: That is a tough one because there are many writer who are so wonderful, I am embarrassed to compare myself to them.  However, authors who inspire me are Lorraine Heath, Sherry Thomas, Cheryl Etchison, Anne Elizabeth, Sabrina Jeffries, Elizabeth Hoyt, Karen Robards, Nora, Georgette hayer, Kristan Higgins. Of course, Lavryle Spencer and Sherry Thomas and, and, and.  There are brilliant books out there.  Isn’t it a joy to be a reader? Especially one who loves a happy ending?

Samantha Chase: Melanie Shawn, RaeAnne Thayne, Susan Mallery, Marquita Valentine, Noelle Adams

Jeanne Adams:  Suzanne Ferrell, JD Tyler, Nancy Northcott, Sue Coletta, Jordan Dane, Loreth White, KJ Howe (if you want it with action but not so much romance…)

Rae: Thank you so much authors! Let me know dear readers if you try any of these books. I’ll see you next week – sae time for new authors and more fun! 
Guest Post Author Jeanne Adams

Guest Post Author Jeanne Adams

Today I’ve got Jeanne Adams to share a little bit about her recent release Outcast Station. Thanks for stopping by Jeanne and sharing the whole latte with us!

Hi Rae! I’m excited to join you. I got a frappacino though…it’s hot today! I appreciate you giving a shout-out to my new release, Welcome to Outcast Station though, because I know you really prefer romance to straight science fiction.

While Outcast Station is a departure from my Romantic Suspense and Paranormal Romance roots, it was great fun to create this fast-paced space adventure. The stories will continue with Christmas on Outcast Station, out later this year. There will eventually be love interest, but for right now….adventure is the key!

Joining me in this fun endeavor is my Romance Bandits pal, Nancy Northcott. Both my story and Nancy’s are thrillers with strong protagonists that harken back to the golden era of Science Fiction. In fact, Nancy and I were thrilled when reviewers compared Welcome to Outcast Station to Robert Heinlein’s best and the works of Jack McDevitt.

If you like science fiction with strong leads, and a diverse cast, then you may want to join us out in space on Outcast Station. While decidedly NOT ROMANCE, these stories are nevertheless worth the read!

WELCOME TO OUTCAST STATION

The Accidental Plague by Jeanne Adams
Outcast Station is a backwater, but for BVax Scientist Ravinisha Trentham, any posting is better than washing dishes. Ravi is top in her graduating class, but only Outcast would hire a McKeonite. Someone on station wants her dead, but when a plague breaks out, Ravi may be their only hope. If the murderer gets to her first, everyone will die.

The New Badge by Nancy Northcott

Deputy Marshal Hank Tremaine crosses the wrong person and lands at Outcast Station, the armpit of Terran space. His hostile boss promptly assigns him to a backcountry murder. Solving it will help redeem his reputation and get him posted somewhere more civilized. But failing to find the killer will bury his career once and for all.

www.JeanneAdams.com

www.NancyNorthcott.com

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Happy Birthday Haven Harbor

Happy Birthday Haven Harbor

Happy Book Birthday A Haven Harbor Halloween with novellas from Tawny Weber, Gail Z. Martin, Barbara Devlin and Jeanne Adams. This collection features four novellas that vary in heat and genre. Sit back and enjoy your bookcation to Haven Harbor. Be sure to read through to the bottom of this post for a fabulous giveaway! I received an ARC from the authors for a fair and honest review. If you love reading stories for the season, then one-click this Halloween collection at the bottom of this post. The sale price won’t last long.

Decadent Desires by Tawny Weber is set at the charming Karma Cafe. If you are a fan of Tawny’s Sexy SEAL books, this one does not disappoint. No, it doesn’t have SEALs but has the same chemistry and lovable characters.

Samson Phillips has roots in Haven Harbor but this adventure finds our dear hero in San Francisco sent to help Rose. He’ll need to keep his intentions a secret if he’s to help Rose and the town of Haven Harbor. What will happen when Rose discovers the truth?

Rose MacBriar is in a bit of a jam and will need to work with Sam if she has any hopes of salvaging her latest project. These two will have quite the tale to tell if they can agree to work together in a productive way 😉 Rose will need to trust Sam and accept the truth about her family.

Secrets, sweets and sin. Don’t miss this story of love, magick and mischief. This two peppers spicy latte hot delight with the perfect amount of sizzle to make you tingle. Oh, and yes, it’s for mature readers 18+.  

New York Times and USA TODAY Bestselling author of more than forty-five books, Tawny Weber writes sassy, emotional romances featuring hot alpha heroes.  Stories with a dash of humor and a whole lot of sexy attitude! A fan of Johnny Depp, cupcakes, and her very own hero husband, Tawny enjoys papercrafting, gardening, spending time with her family and dogs.

Fans are invited to check out Tawny’s books at her website, www.tawnyweber.com. For extra fun, join her Red Hot Readers Club for goodies like free reads, complete first chapters, recipes, insider story info and much more.

You can also find Tawny on Facebook, Twitter or PinterestOr follow her on Goodreads, Bookbub or Amazon.

Backlist for Haven Harbor. Click the cover for more tasty fun!

 


Check out my review from yesterday’s post for A Taste of Magick by Barbara Devlin

Jeanne Adams returns to Haven Harbor in her latest Haven Harbor novella. In After Midnight, an unsolved murder sets the scene, and time is running out. Fingers crossed there are no more victims. 

Everyone knows what makes Haven Harbor special, the town witches and their unique abilities. By using their unique skills they can take care of “things” and that is why Haven Harbor is such a charming town, and always full of surprises.

Jim Stansfield has not been able to shake Keira out of his mind since she first stepped into Haven Harbor, and now she’s in need of a mechanic. Normally Jim wouldn’t mind, but it seems to be quite often. If he can figure out what’s going on with her car, might solve a mystery that’s plagued her for months. Will the reason she’s in town come between them? If Keira Danby can come to terms with her past, Jim might be able to admit he’s in love and ready to share himself completely.

This two peppers spicy latte hot delight with the perfect amount of sizzle to make you tingle. Oh, and yes, it’s for mature readers 18+.  

Professional portrait - JPA 2012Jeanne Adams writes award-winning suspense, paranormal, mysteries and urban fantasies.  She’s also a sought-after speaker, who knows a thing or two about getting rid of the evidence… 

Jeanne specializes in thrills and suspense.  Even her paranormal and urban fantasies have a suspense element, so be prepared!  She loves football, baseball, dogs, Halloween and the weird and she teaches classes for writers on body disposal.

Jeanne lives in DC with her husband and two growing sons, as well as two dogs – a Lab and an Irish Water Spaniel.  Don’t tell, but she’s prone to adopting more dogs when her husband isn’t looking.

Featured in Cosmopolitan Magazine, and other publications, her books have been consistently hailed as “One of the best Suspense Books of the Year!” by Romantic Times.  You can find her at her newly redesigned website: www.JeanneAdams.com, on Twitter at www.twitter.com/JeanneAdams or at www.Facebook.com/JeanneAdamsAuthor

Keepsakes by Gail Martin is familiar ground for Deadly Curiosities fans. This adventure finds Cassidy and Teag hunting down ancient artifacts while strange things keep happening in Charleston, SC. The setting is magnificent, the historic homes are to die for, and the magick is strong.

How does Haven Harbor connect to Charleston? Who is behind the disruptions and chaos? It’s about to get stormy as Gail has given her readers a clever connection to Jeanne Adams world of Haven Harbor in this fast paced read! Don’t worry if you’re not familiar with either author, this book can be read as a standalone.

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Gail Z. Martin writes epic fantasy, urban fantasy and steampunk for Solaris Books and Orbit Books. Vengeance: A Darkhurst novel, is the second in a new epic fantasy series for Solaris (coming April, 2018). Her Deadly Curiosities urban fantasy series set in Charleston, SC has a new novel, Vendetta, and a new collection, Trifles and Folly. Spells, Salt, and Steel is the first in another new urban fantasy series set in upstate Pennsylvania. Other work includes the Chronicles Of The Necromancer series, the Fallen Kings Cycle, the Ascendant Kingdoms series, the Deadly Curiosities urban fantasy series, and Iron & Blood (co-authored with Larry N. Martin)

Gail Z. Martin
Proud Member: SFWA, Broad Universe
New in 2017
Scourge: A Novel of Darkhurst
Trifles and Folly: A Deadly Curiosities Collection
Salvage Rat (new space adventure by Larry N. Martin)
Assassin’s Honor: Book One in the Assassins of Landria
Plus all-new novellas in the Jonmarc Vahanian Adventures, Blaine McFadden Adventures, Deadly Curiosities Adventures and Storm and Fury Adventures

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