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Monthly Archives: February 2017

What if everything you worked for and the lives of countless
veterans could be affected by one night of folly…
Ridge Romano is a billionaire inventor, military contractor
and the CEO of two multi-billion dollar companies. And he’s on a mission for
vets. With a laser focus on his priorities, how did he wind up on a stage
between two cover models with a hundred women crying, “Tucker, take it off”?
He’d pay for this… somehow.
Buffy’s face and body were recognizable worldwide but what
she was searching for was the face of her franchise. She’d come to D.C. to find
that face, interviewing cover models from around the world, and finally she’d
found her man. Tucker – the late arrival – had that je ne sais quoi that would make her talent agency and photography
studio an immediate success. She had to have him.
There was just one problem. He wasn’t a cover model and he said
he had more important priorities – veterans. Who was she to argue with such a
noble cause? The trouble was the Calloways always knew what they wanted and
Buffy wanted Tucker. Could this be the first time a Calloway was wrong?

Buy Her First Knight

Genre Contemporary Military Romance
Author Livia Quinn
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): PG13
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Publisher Campbell Hill Publishing

Livia Quinn Social Media

Livia Quinn is a DC native living on the bayou in Louisiana.
She’s written thirteen books, both contemporary military romance and urban
fantasy based around her fictional Storm Lake. In her jobs as plant manager,
mail lady, computer instructor, professional singer and salesperson she’s
collected many stories and quirky characters to share with her readers. She is
a staunch supporter and advocate for our service men and women.

After her mother’s death, Eleanor Radcliffe retires from her
job in San Jose and escapes to a small place outside of Fresno to heal.
But her new home hides a secret. A secret that could claim
her life. When strange, frightening things start to happen, she turns to her
mysterious neighbor Michael Stevens and the handsome sheriff Rodney Tyler for
help.
As the incidents grow more bizarre and violent, she is
forced to flee. Her world is turned upside down. Long-suppressed supernatural
powers resurface, and she struggles to deal with everything that is happening.
With her world spinning out of control, Eleanor will have to
face her deepest fears and learn to use her powers if she’s going to survive…
The whispering house.
Genre: Science Fiction Romance/Horror/Paranormal
Author: Marci Baun
Book heat level (based on movie ratings): R

Marci Baun Social Media

Marci Baun is an author/publisher who loves history, music,
swimming, people watching, and the outdoors. Although she’s traveled to many
countries, California has ever been her home. She is currently working on a
shape shifter romance set in China during the Great Famine and resides in
California with her three cats, her husband, and a sassy tween daughter.
Her alter ego is Kit Wylde.
The Top Blogger for this month is NJ Walters, who wins a month of free advertising on the blog. Top
Blogger of 2016 was Susan V Vaughn, who won a year of free advertising for 2017.

About NJ Walters

Top Five Bloggers for the Month

Each month, the RLF Gems post ranks in the top ten, but is not
counted, in order to focus on guests. The winners are judged by cumulative page
views, including return and unique visits. A beautiful graphic award is presented each month.
Congratulations to:
1 NJ Walters
2 Collette Cameron
3 Mary J McCoy-Dressel
4 Rolynn Anderson
4 Lizzi Tremayne
5 Melissa McClone
Honorable mention: Alina
K Field

Top Chatters for the Month

Because the person who gets the most comments in a month is not always the
person who gets the most page views per month, I instituted the Top Chatter Award.
This is the award for the person who receives the most comments. To win, a guest
must have five or more comments (not counting the guest author’s). There can be
up to three winners.
This month’s winner’s are:
1 Staci Troilo
2 Beppie Harrison
3 Lizzi Tremayne
Romance Lives Forever features authors and new books. It has
a blogger’s FAQ page with a downloadable guide and six optional interviews. Readers
can follow via Google+, Networked Blogs, Linky Followers, email, an RSS feed, and
there’s a blog button readers and authors can grab. Authors can share previous books.
The blog uses author or publisher names as tags on posts, and author Twitter handles
in the titles. The site is broadcast over Triberr with a potential reach of over
3.5M readers via its Twitter-linked network. Twitter mentions are also gathered
in several Paper.li ezines, giving the author additional opportunities for promotion.
The Romance Lives
Forever Paper.li ezine
features only guest authors.
Each post is featured on the Romance Lives Forever Pinterest
board within a few days after it goes live. http://www.pinterest.com/kayelleallen/romance-lives-forever-rlfblog/

Be a Guest Author

Romance Lives Forever
now uses Signup Genius to schedule guests.
The system also reminds authors
of their visit. One post is available each day. If you choose a date, no one
else will be able to take that date, so please make a note of it in your own
calendar as well. You can sign up for more than one visit; however, the visits
must be in different months.
January – April
March – June
July – September
October – December
My thanks to all who took part this month. You made Romance Lives
Forever a great place to discover new books and authors. 

Other participants this month
in alphabetical order by first name are:
Adam Mann, Cara Bristol, Cara McKinnon,
Ciara Gold, DP Denman, Erzabet Bishop, Eve Dangerfield, Helena Fairfax, Houston
Havens, Kayelle Allen, Keta Diablo, Kristina Knight, Kryssie Fortune, Laurel
Richards, Liese Sherwood-Fabre, Linda O’Connor, Lynn Crain, Ruth A Casie, Susan
Behon, Tina Donahue, Victoria Pinder
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