Showing posts from November, 2013

Spotlight: Rachel Brimble and A Man Like Him

I'm thrilled to welcome back a wonderful friend and brilliant romance author, the lovely  Rachel Brimble . Multi-published, with releases from Harlequin and Kensington, she's one to look out for if you love romance!  Today, Rachel is chatting about her romantic suspense, A Man Like Him . It's a gripping read full of drama and emotion. I had the pleasure of reading it prior to publication, and the unusual plot–with strong influences from a dramatic, real event Rachel witnessed–just keeps you reading on.  So, here's Rachel giving us some clues... (1) What is the location of your story? How did you select that particular location, and what research was involved? A Man Like Him is the second book in an ongoing series with Harlequin Superromance set in the fictional UK seaside town of Templeton Cove. The town itself is loosely based on a small town in southern England where I used to holiday as a child. For the most part though, the geography is a product of my ima

Bound to the Highlander by Kate Robbins - Blog Tour

Well, hello again! Long time no see... :-) And we're back on air with a cracking hot read by Canadian author Kate Robbins . I recently had the pleasure of meeting her and her brother as they were touring Scotland. We sampled some of Edinburgh's culinary delights together. Needless to say, much food and drink was consumed during many hours spent chatting about, well, Scotland, history, Newfoundland, dogs and cats, and so much more.  So, of course, I'm thrilled to welcome Kate here! Her new release, Bound to the Highlander , is the first in the Highland Chiefs series published through the lovely folks at Tirgearr Publishing.  Take a peek and you'll know what I mean... Book Blurb Aileana Chattan suffers a devastating loss, then discovers she is to wed  neighbouring chief and baron, James MacIntosh—a man she despises and whose  loyalty deprived her of the father she loved. Despite him and his traitorous clan,  Aileana will do her duty, but she doesn't ha