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Royal Date

Royal Date by Sariah Wilson Publication date: March 3rd 2015 Genres: New Adult, Romance
Synopsis: This Cinderella didn’t plan on a prince . . .
Kat MacTaggart is a girl who has a plan for everything—including her holiday ski trip to Monterra with her best friend. Everything is going according to plan until she finds herself careening out of control down a mountainside and being rescued by a guy who looks like Superman’s hotter Italian cousin.
HRH Prince Nico is intrigued by the woman he saved on the slopes and her refusal to date him. He offers Kat a deal—let him show her his country and he’ll pay her to write articles that will help Monterra’s tourism industry. Kat agrees, but given her past and lingering distrust of men, she has one condition—absolutely no kissing.
Thanks to the claims of a jealous British noblewoman and the schemes of a meddling paparazzo, Kat’s rule doesn’t seem to be a problem at first. But the more Kat gets to know Nico and the people around him, the harder it is t…

Discovering April

Discovering April by Sheena Hutchinson
Publication date: April 27th 2015
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult, Romance
Synopsis: April Landau thinks she has everything she’s ever wanted. Her high school sweetheart, a house she can’t afford, her bipolar tabby cat, and she’s all set to begin her Junior year of college. Just when she least expects it, her life gets thrown for a loop. When things between her and her long time boyfriend unravel, she becomes stuck in a downward spiral of emotion. Finally, opening her eyes to the fact that she may have given up more than she ever could have imagined in this relationship. She finds herself struggling to keep her head above water. Enter April’s next door neighbor— Jared Hoffman. He’s her complete opposite. A high school drop out who was forced to take over his parent’s business after their untimely death. It’s no surprise this tragedy affected him greatly, causing him to recede almost completely from society.
But he has one secret. A secret he’s bee…

Unforgettable Sun

I am a huge fan of Kathryn Andrews. HUGE!  I have read all the books in this series and I truly believe her writing just gets better and better.  In the Hale Brothers series the older brothers have always stood out.  Matt, the youngest, was always in the background with a few mentions here and there.  Matt was a mystery and I just knew his story would be a good one and I was right!  Elle was the perfect companion to truly understand Matt and give him the kind of love he so desperately needed.  Kathryn did a great job at creating two characters that carry so much guilt, sadness and are aching for love but feel unworthy.  The first time these two kiss.....such an awesome scene.  I loved it!  The love story between Matt and Elle is beautiful with just the right amount of suspense.  My heart ached for these two to finally get the love, and peace, they both deserved.  As I have read the books in this series I always think, "THIS is my favorite brother" and then I read the next b…

A Fun Guest Post by Author Nichole Christoff!

The Kill Shot Play List Music is magical. A song can cheer us up when we’ve had a rough day, calm us down when we’re stuck in traffic, and even help us feel happier about cleaning the house. Many authors I know write with a little music pumping through their iPods or playing in the background. Some love to write to the latest hits. Some only go for the Golden Oldies. But when I wrote The Kill Shot, I listened to a mix that was pretty special. You see, my protagonist, Jamie Sinclair, is a tough cookie in a man’s world. She’s a private eye and a security specialist with an overbearing father who doesn’t think twice about sending her into danger. And in my latest novel, with a single gunshot, she finds herself in a dangerous game of international cat-and-mouse—and with more than one would-be lover who’s trying to convince her he isn’t a double-dealing spy. So, before, during, and even after I wrote scenes for Jamie, I listened to a special play list of dozens of songs to help me get in t…

Hidden Deep

I am a huge fan of author Amy Patrick.  I have read her contemporary romances in her Channel 20 Something series and loved them.  Amy's newest release, Hidden Deep, is a YA Paranormal and it looks fantastic!  Check out the blurb:

Sixteen-year-old Ryann Carroll has just run into the guy who saved her life ten years ago. You might think she'd be happy to see him again. Not exactly. She's a bit underdressed (as in skinny-dipping) and he's not supposed to exist.
After her father's affair, all Ryann wants is to escape the family implosion fallout and find a little peace. She also wouldn't mind a first date that didn't suck, but she's determined not to end up like her mom: vulnerable, betrayed, destroyed. Ryann's recently moved back to her childhood home in rural Mississippi, the same place where ten years earlier she became lost in the woods overnight and nearly died.
She's still irresistibly drawn to those woods. There she encounters the boy who kep…