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Holding Off For A Hero by Gail MacMillan - Super Book Blast!

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Please help me welcome fellow Wild Rose Press author, Gail MacMillan, on her Super Book Blast tour promoting her latest release, Holding off for a Hero!

It's a romance novel with not just two intriguing main characters, but also a four legged friend - the heroine in question has a pug! And she and her pug need rescuing. Sounds like my kind of read. After all, I've always wanted a pug...



Holding Off For a Hero
by Gail MacMillan
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Blurb:

Beautiful, vivacious Emma Prescott has a love-'em-and-leave-'em reputation.  Fact is, Emma's holding off for a hero.  When she moves to a cabin at wilderness Loon Lake and meets her one neighbor biology professor Frasier MacKenzie, he's still just another guy, even with his killer blue eyes and body that just won't quit...until he rescues her and her Pug from one danger after another.  Then he definitely falls into hero territory.  But the professor has no intention of filling the role of white knight in Emma's life…

Follow the Romance Madness Blog Hop!

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January 25-29, 2013!

The Romance Madness Blog Hop has arrived!


Discover brilliant romance authors with a wide range of exciting releases. You'll be in for a few treats! Click on the button at the end of the post to visit other blogs (after you've read and commented here, of course!) – and increase your chances of being a winner!

If you comment right here right now (well, between now and the 29th!), you might even win a PDF copy of Highland Arms!
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But first of all, let me tell you about one of my favourite romance novels:

Through the Fire by the mega talented Beth Trissel!


Blurb:

Will love inflame these two natural born enemies in fiery destruction? At the height of the French and Indian War, a young English widow ventures into the colonial frontier in search of a fresh start. She never expects to find it in the arms of the half-Shawnee, half-French warrior who makes her his prisoner in the raging battle to possess a continent--or to be aided by a mysterious white wolf and a …

Romance author Cait O'Sullivan reveals all!

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I'm thrilled to welcome back romance author, Cait O'Sullivan

A wonderful friend and critique partner for many years, I've jumped at the chance to quiz her following the release of her first novel, Romancing the Seas, a brilliant, fast paced read full of tension. Of the romantic kind, of course... ;-)

So, here's the Q&A with the lovely Cait. Enjoy!


1. How did you become a writer?
Funnily enough, I think I always have been a writer but it's only as I've grown up that I realised it. you know the way when you're young you think that everyone is good at the things you're good at and that everybody relies on writing as a means of expression. It was only after I travelled the world that I found that not to be the case. So then  I decided when my youngest was born that now was the time to devote to following my dream to write.
2. Describe your perfect hero!
He'd be rugged, weather beaten, a man with a chiseled jaw who is happy to get lost with me in the mou…

For Love of Sarah - Hazel Statham

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Today, I'm hosting regency romance author Hazel Statham on her successful blog tour promoting her latest release, For Love of Sarah.


Hazel has offered some fabulous prizes - including jewellery! Tempted? Read on!

But first of all, here's Hazel telling us who inspired her writing...


Inspiring Authors of Regency Romance When I first started writing I was influenced by authors such as the Bronte sisters, Austen and Sabatini but when I read my first Regency Romance, Regency Buck by Georgette Heyer, I knew I had found my era.Heyer has remained my main inspiration ever since and I am never more pleased than when my writing is likened to hers.I love her wit and humour and the ability she has to bring the romance and elegance of the period alive to her readers.However, Regency isn’t the only era she portrays and all her books are as historically correct as she can make them whether it be The Peninsular War or the Battle of Hastings, with only a few minor errors here and there.If I had to …

Something More by Ella Jade ... Bookmark Blitz Tour

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Today, I'm hosting author erotic romance author, Ella Jade, on her Bookmark Blitz Tour promoting her latest release, Something More. Read an enticing excerpt below, then click on the banner for more tour stops or check out her intriguing trailer




Over 18s only!
Blurb:


An affair and a shocking secret threaten to tear apart a rich and powerful family.

Claudia Samson, housekeeper to the privileged Callahan family, finds herself alone and pregnant after a brief fling with Gavin, the youngest Callahan son. When she informed him of the pregnancy he accused her of running a scam and made it clear that she was on her own.

Brody Callahan, Gavin's older half-brother, has devoted his entire life to running the family business. He doesn't realize what he's been missing by throwing himself into his work until he finds Claudia asleep in the family guest bedroom. He has discovered his very own Sleeping Beauty. Intrigued by the young woman, he vows to get to know her better.

Although Claud…

Gambling on a Secret with Sara Walter Ellwood

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I'm delighted to welcome romantic suspense author Sara Walter Ellwood to My Place. She chats about an old Western town, Colton in Texas. Fascinating!

Sara is also doing a giveaway on her blog tour so read on for your chance to win!

So, without further ado, we delve into the wild west...




Welcome to Colton, Texas!

When you crack open the cover of Gambling On A Secret, you are also opening the door to the little town of Colton in Forest County, Texas. A place seeped in history and Texas pride. So, in good Southern hospitality, c’mon in, hang your hat, and grab a glass of sweet tea—or a long neck bottle of brew or even a shot glass Jack. I’ll show you around.

Forest County gets its name from the oak forests that covered the land along the creeks running through it, but the majority of the land is grassland. Colton comes from the shortening of the original name for the cattle town Cole’s Town. The frontier town was nothing more than a Southern Baptist Church, a general store, a one room sch…