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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Skin Deep 
Title Skin Deep – Book 2 in the Saving Liam series
Genre Gay Romance
Author Name DP Denman
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R
Sometimes the problem is the answer.
Liam Newman escaped his abusive past to start a new life
with the man who saved him. Unfortunately, the old life refuses to stay buried.
When a fan of his porn star persona appears, he’s forced to reinvent himself in
a surprising new career. Will it give him the rebirth he craves or lead him
deeper into the life he’s trying to leave behind?

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Author Bio

DP Denman writes character-driven gay romance about
survivors. Her stories are real and intense but always resolve in the type of
ending that makes readers want to start the book all over again. She is from
the Pacific Northwest and bases all of her stories in Vancouver, British
Columbia, a city that is dear to her heart.
In her spare time, she is a dedicated gay rights activist
fighting for those who have been marginalized and abused. To that end, 25% of the
royalties from every book go to support LGBT charities.

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Runaway 
5 Easy Questions is an interview is designed to be quick,
easy, and fun. Today’s guest is Renee Donne.
What is your go-to meal
to order when you dine out? Your favorite “I know it will hit the spot”
item.
Sushi. I don’t really dine out regularly and Sushi is not something
that I make at home, so when I do go out I enjoy going to the local Sushi restaurant.
What were you like when
you were in school?
Quiet and studious
Would you rather stay
inside and watch snow falling, or get out in it and build a snowman?
Both, but we rarely get snow in Florida. When it does snow, it doesn’t stick
to the ground. If you compare it to the beach, sometimes I like just sitting and
watching the waves, and other times I just want to dive in.
What was the last movie
you watched (home or theater)?
The last good movie I watched was The Hunger Games: Catching
Fire. I enjoyed it in the theater and bought it on DVD to watch again at home.
If the hero of your latest
book called you on the phone, what would be a perfect ringtone for him?
It would probably be the theme song from one of the old TV Westerns.
My latest book is a historical romance, set in the old west, and the hero is a cowboy.

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Title Runaway
Genre Historical Romance
Author Name Renee Donne
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): G
After Marianne discovers her bankrupt stepfather sold her into
marriage to the highest bidder, she flees Philadelphia
and heads west to start a new life.
Unfortunately for her danger follows. First, a stage coach accident
leaves her stranded in the middle of nowhere – with an injured driver. And henchmen,
hired by her spurned would-be husband, are hot on her trail, threatening to return
her to Philadelphia
and the man who is determined to own her.
Just when things seem hopeless, Marianne is rescued by a handsome
cowboy who offers temporary refuge. Knowing she can’t refuse, yet wary of his intentions,
Marianne finds herself drawn to this quiet, enigmatic hero. But is he someone she
can trust?
Runaway – Renee Donne

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Heart River Inn 
5 Easy Questions is an interview is designed to be quick,
easy, and fun. Today’s guest is Jocie McKade. 

5 Easy Questions

This interview is designed to be quick, easy, and fun. Answer
any five of these. Please put your answer on the line below the question.
What is your go-to meal
to order when you dine out? Your favorite “I know it will hit the spot”
item.
Anything I don’t have to cook! I do have a passion for Italian,
Mexican, Southern Fried, Yankee farm food, and Midwest
garden dishes. Oh, and Crab Rangoon, and……maybe a foodie world tour is in order.
I guess I’d have to go with honey smoked ham and mashed potatoes – perfect.
Who is your “book
boyfriend”? You know, that hottie you read about and drool over.
Just one? Really? I do love Longmire – Craig Johnson’s cowboy,
and of course, I wouldn’t turn down an evening with Diana Galbadon’s Jamie Fraser,
and when my adventurous side rear’s it’s ugly head, Dirk Pitt, the brain child of
Clive Cussler would be my pick.
What were you like when
you were in school?
I was a NERD! I was the kid who would win all the mock Jeopardy
tournaments, loved history, political science, and hated the teachers that told
me I could only read and do a book report on one book a quarter. Gasp.
Would you rather stay
inside and watch snow falling, or get out in it and build a snowman?
If it’s above zero, I’ll be snowmobiling and building a snow
fort to contain my extended snow family. I may not look so hot in a bikini, but
I can rock a parka!! If it is below zero, I’ll be making snow cream, and sipping
a hot toddie in front of the woodstove! Again rocking a parka.
What is your favorite
quote?
It Never Ceases to Amaze me. I have no idea who said this. I
saw it on a bumper sticker on a Hummer limo and stole it.
What was your favorite
book as a child?
I had a backpack full of favorites. This is one of the hardest
questions I’ve ever been ask. Again, y’all make me pick one? I guess I’d have to
pick To Kill a Mockingbird. It was the first time my belief in the American justice
system was sorely tested, and I’ve never forgotten it.
What was the last movie
you watched (home or theater)?
GI JOE, yeah, I do like it when the good guys win. And BONUS,
The Rock is shirtless!
If you’re on Twitter,
what’s your favorite hashtag to watch?
I love #romcom #amwriters #weekendreads
If the hero of your latest
book called you on the phone, what would be a perfect ringtone for him?
Stay with Me by Sam Smith, because she’s all he needs.

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Title Heart River Inn
Genre Romantic Comedy
Author Name Jocie McKade
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13
A mysterious photograph,
lethal swans, gushy beds and a kitschy lovers resort in the Pocono
Mountains. Can you say single woman in hell?
Lexi Sheridan doesn’t
believe in true love. It’s a fantasy found only in old Hollywood
movies. She’s a journalist trying to climb the professional ladder and work her
way into a national news organization. When a mysterious old photograph lands in
her lap, it could be her ‘golden ticket’ to that coveted news job.
That photo leads her
to the Heart River Inn, a lovers’ resort nestled in the wilds of the Pocono Mountains. The resort is a kitschy place that she at
first finds nauseatingly filled with fake couples in love. However, after only a
few days interviewing guests, her jaded soul begins to see things with a new perspective.
At the Heart River Inn,
Lexi encounters a soft-hearted owner with a secret past, a hot manager, lethal swans,
attack curtains, and an assortment of couples you won’t soon forget.
If on some night your
world is looking bleak, your heart is broken, and you don’t think true love exists,
maybe you’ll be lucky enough to stumble across the heart-shaped sign of the Heart
River Inn.

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