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The Adventures of Aislyn O’Sullivan – Chapter 2

Missed the previous chapter? Read Chapter 1 here. Chapter 2 “Where have you been?” Aislyn spared a quick glance at her watch before turning the full spectrum of her glare on him. “You said six o’clock, and it’s almost seven. You promised to help me train, and I’ve seen you once since you agreed to help, for all of five minutes.” The female was a shrew. After the week he’d experienced, he wasn’t...

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15 Facts About Leopard Shifters

I'm visiting the Coffee Time blog today where I'm discussing feline shifters. But I also have a question for readers - what draws you to try a new author? One lucky reader will win a book from my Middlemarch Mates series. Feline Shifters with Shelley Munro Come and...

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The Glamorous Red Velvet Cake

Red Velvet cake seems to be everywhere I look at the moment--at a friend’s birthday party, at one of the cafes I visit in order to write and on my favorite television cooking shows. I’m a recent convert to the Red Velvet cake, and I remember where I sampled my first...

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My Heroine is Misbehaving!

  I managed to confuse myself with the time difference, and my post is late this week. My Sexy Saturday Snippet comes from One Night of Misbehavior, which is currently on sale for a limited time. Grab your copy for 99c today. My heroine secretly attended a ball,...

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13 Destinations in My Future

Hubby and I are counting the days until our holiday, which starts in about seven weeks. Here are some of the places we intend to visit. Thirteen Places We Will Visit 1. Southampton, England 2. London 3. St. Petersburg, Russia 4. Copenhagen, Denmark 5. Oslo, Norway 6....

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Bedlam!

This post first appeared on Ally’s Miscellany According to www.dictionary.reference.com bedlam is a scene or state of wild uproar and confusion. Synonyms for bedlam include disorder, tumult, chaos, clamor, turmoil, commotion, and pandemonium. If someone says, “The...

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13 Types of Citrus Fruit

Citrus fruits originated in the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Asia. They are acidic and the seeds of the fruit are covered with juicy yet bitter fruit segments. They range in color from bright yellow to orange and green. They’re good for us and delicious to...

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