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Tag Archives: romance
LoRee Peery’s in the Kitchen!
Thanks to the Food Network, we’re getting introduced to a wide variety of new ingredients from the world over. Some of them are a curiosity, especially to author LoRee Peery~~~ I call myself a lump in the kitchen, even though … Continue reading
Posted in Guest Posts, Misc. Tagged Christian Fiction, Christian romance, cooking, crockpot, Food Network, home cooking, LoRee Peery, LoRee Perry, romance 3 Comments
From now until August 15, you can get my Grace Award winning Give the Lady a Ride for only 99c–and not just on Amazon! The eVersion is available on Apple, Barnes and Noble, and Kobo too! When Patricia Talbert, a New … Continue reading
Posted in Give the Lady a Ride Tagged bull riding, Christian Fiction, Christian romance, Circle Bar Ranch, clean reads, ranch, rodeo, romance, romantic comedy, Texas Leave a comment
The Heart Mender, a Review
The Heart Mender–a gripping story of a woman whose husband was killed by Nazis during WWII and the Nazi who washed up on her beach on the Gulf of Mexico in Alabama–is based on actual events. The story itself is … Continue reading
Posted in Reviews of exceptional books Tagged Gulf of Mexico, head-hopping, Historical, Historical Romance, history, info dump, Nazi, Omniscient POV, research dump, romance, submarine, WWII Leave a comment
Loving a Harvey Girl Controversy
I had so much fun writing my contribution to The Cowboys novella collection because I got to play with the hero of this romance, Cal Stephens. Actually, I did what most authors do these days and went very deep into his … Continue reading
Posted in The Cowboys Tagged Amazon, book reviewers, book reviews, Deep POV, dialect, Free, Harvey Girls, Historical, Kindle, romance, speech patterns, western romance, Writing 4 Comments
Review: Christmas in Love
Okay, so I’m late to be writing a review of a Christmas collection, but I was late reading it. In December 2019—Christmas had already passed—I found Jessica Ferguson’s book in my Kindle. Jess is a dear, personal friend of mine, … Continue reading
Just in Time for the New Year!
From my own Selah Finalist, Ice Melts in Spring, to Ane Mulligan’s Christmas delight, A Magnolia Blooms in Winter, with Eva Marie Everson’s Lillie Beth in Summer and Claire Fullerton’s Through an Autumn Window, all four wonderful stories in this collection can be … Continue reading
Pre-Order a Must-Read!
The Cowboys is now available for pre-order! If you prefer print over electronic, you’ll never find a better price than now—$9.99!
Woo-hooo!!! I’m excited to announce The Cowboys collection, releasing August 15th from Smitten (an imprint of Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas). I’ve written very few historical pieces: one that I never published; one, Slider, that won honorable mention in the … Continue reading
Posted in Promotion/Publicity/Marketing, The Cowboys Tagged American West, Cindy E Huff, Cindy Ervin Huff, Cindy Huff, Harvey Girls, Historical Romance, hotel, Jennifer Uhlarik, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, Linda W. Yezak, Linda Yezak, LPC, Pegg Thomas, railroad, restaurant, romance, Sandra Hart, Sandra Merville Hart, Sandy Hart, Smitten Historical Romance, Texas, The Cowboys, train depot, trains, western romance 2 Comments
Great New Releases for June!
June 2019 New Releases More in-depth descriptions of these books can be found on the ACFW Fiction Finder website. Contemporary Romance: The Art of Rivers by Janet Ferguson — Can a woman whose life has been damaged by addiction trust … Continue reading
Posted in Reading Tagged ACFW, Carl M. White, Carrie Turansky, Christian Fiction, Cindy Regnier, contemporary romance, Debra E. Marvin, DiAnn Mills, FictionFinder, Historical, Historical Romance, Janet Ferguson, Jennifer Uhlarik, Kari Rimbey, Kathleen Y'barbo, Keely Brooke Keith, Kelly Irvin, Meilssa Rosenberger, Misty M. Beller, Robin Caroll, Robin Lee Hatcher, romance, Romantic Suspense, Susanne Dietze, Toni Shiloh 1 Comment
A Southern Season: FREE!
For this week only, you can get A Southern Season for you Kindle, free! This collection includes my novella, Ice Melts in Spring, which is a 2019 Selah Award finalist (winners announced in May). All the stories are set in the … Continue reading
Posted in A Southern Season, Promotion/Publicity/Marketing Tagged A Southern Season, Ane Mulligan, Christian Fiction, Claire Fullerton, contemporary romance, contemporary womens fiction, Eva Marie Everson, fiction, Georgia, inspy fiction, Linda W. Yezak, Linda Yezak, romance, south, Tennessee, Texas, women's fiction Leave a comment