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We Love Pets

I adore romances that have the added shenanigans and happiness of pets. Cat, dog, bird, or alien creature, I think they add something extra to the reading experience. What do you think? If you agree, you might like to check out this promotion which is full of romances with pets. Some are free while others are on sale. Check out the We Love Pets Romances here.

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Like Your Romance Reads Hot and Spicy?

This month, I'm taking part in a promotion featuring menage a trois and reverse harem romances. If you like your romance reads spicy, then this is the place to go. Menage & Reverse Harem Steamy Reads     My Second Chance is one of my romances included in...

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Excerpt: Protecting the Bride

Cullen stood, grabbed their empty glasses. “Want another beer? I’ll challenge you to a game of pool.” “Deal,” Josh said. “Check out the woman at the bar. If you have a thing for the old-fashion movie starlet, she fits the type to a T. See you at the pool tables.”...

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Final Peek at Stewart Island

Oban is the main town on Stewart Island. Actually, it's the only town on the island. My characters in Protecting the Bride, Cullen and Grace, stayed here and spent time exploring the town and the rest of the island. This is a view of Oban. We took a boat trip inland...

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Exploring Stewart Island, NZ

In previous posts, I've mentioned that my visit to Stewart Island inspired the book Protecting the Bride. Mr. Munro and I had lots of fun during our visit and many of the things we did found their way into Protecting the Bride. Cullen and Grace sat on this same...

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Protecting the Bride: The Inspiration

Much of Stewart Island is uninhabited and still covered with native bush, making it a haven for many of our native birds. Ulva Island is a bird sanctuary where some of our most endangered birds have been released and are thriving. It was a thrill and a privilege to...

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Stewart Island, Inspiration for Protecting the Bride

Stewart Island is the third-largest island in New Zealand, and it sits around thirty kilometers south of the South Island. Mr. Munro and I visited in 2020 and enjoyed our visit so much that I decided to set a book on the island. After percolating the idea for a few...

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