Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 02/26/17 Only Marriage Will Do ~ The Heat of Battle

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This is my final week for sharing snippets from the second book of the House of Pleasure series, Only Marriage Will Do. Next week I go on to my upcoming release, the third book in the series, Only A Mistress Will Do. But this week a little more intensity for Juliet and Amiable.

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Captain Amiable Dawson, irritated because he’s been standing out in the hot sun, knocking on the Marquess of Dalbury’s door, has stumbled upon quite a scene of a man lunging across a sofa and grabbing a woman’s arm. The woman runs to Amiable and whispers for him to please help her as this man was trying to abduct her. Amiable comes to the rescue by pretending to be her husband. St. Cyr then makes a bawdy comment about Juliet and  shows Amiable papers purporting to claim Juliet is his wife. (Altered slightly from published text to conform to WWW guidelines.)

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EXCERPT:

Blood roared in Amiable’s ears, as though he stood in the heat of battle. He drew his sword and lunged, aiming to skewer the Frenchman through the stomach crying, “The law will matter not at all if you are dead, St. Cyr.”

St. Cyr grasped the knob of his walking stick and pulled a thin blade free just in time to parry the thrust,

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Wood sword cane/walking stick with ivory ball tip
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then scampered for the door, calling out in English, “This is not the end of this, Juliet. I will return with the authorities and make you see reason.” As the viscount fled the room, Amiable scrambled after him.

“Let him go,” Juliet said, tugging at his arm.

Amiable stopped and the front door slammed shut. “I wish I’d run the blackguard through.”

Juliet burst into tears and crumpled on the rose and cream sofa, shaking hard enough to make the legs skitter against the wood floor.

BLURB:

Not every happy-ever-after begins at “I do.”

When the hero of her dreams rescues Lady Juliet Ferrers from the man claiming to be her husband, she is sure she has found her one true love.  But is she free to marry him?  Not to be deterred, Juliet arranges for her hero, Captain Amiable Dawson, to escort her to her family estate, hoping that along the way she can win his love.

Amiable is charmed by the sweet, beautiful woman he rescued, and although he has grave reservations about her marital status, he allows himself to be swept up into Juliet’s romantic spell and the promise of a happy-ever-after.

The spell breaks when legal questions arise and Juliet faces the horror of not knowing if she is married to her knight in shining armor or the cruel viscount who is determined to have her at any price.

 

Books in the House of Pleasure series:

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only-a-mistress-will-do-finalAnd don’t forget to check out the rest of the Warriors here.  There’s some fantastic snippets to be read.

 

 

 

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The Romance of Language: Word for the Week 2/24/17

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Murmuration:

“A flock of starlings.”

–from C.E. Hare’s The Language of Field Sports, 1939

Therefore, a murmuration of starlings.

 

There are so many strange words to denote groups of animals, and apparently there is one for each kind of animal.

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My favorite may be “a murder of crows.”

But I also like

“A conspiracy of lemurs”

“A cauldron of bats”

“A clowder of cats” or “A kindle of kittens”

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“A romp of otters” (how apropo!)

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“An ostentation of peacocks” (again appropriate)

“A quiver of cobras”

“A maelstrom of salamanders”

and

“A parliament of owls” collared_scops_owl_2

If you’d like to see more of these fun collective nouns, check out Russell McLendon’s post on Mother Nature’s Network here. He’s got 99 of them!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Be My Guest! ~ Author Interview with Melissa Keir

 

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I’ve begun a Wednesday weekly post to present interviews with authors across all romance genres. Although I’m primarily an historical romance writer, I do read outside my genre and suspect a lot of you do as well. And what’s more fascinating than finding out more about either your favorite authors or new ones? I plan to change up my questions (most of them at least) every three months or so, just to keep the interviews lively.

So now gather round the tea table, grab a scone or cookies, and a cup of tea or coffee and discover a new friend in the writing world.

This week on Be My Guest, I am interviewing an incredible author and friend, Melissa Keir. Melissa is one of the most supportive writers you would ever want to meet–not to mention that she’s a fantastic writer of contemporary cowboy romance! We’ve been in the same critique loop and worked together on an anthology last year, but I still want to find out more.

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For my wedding in Vegas, my books and computer came with me but there wasn’t enough room for my wedding shoes. It’s all about priorities! As an avid reader, I was probably born with a book in hand. Luckily my mom was also an avid reader, so it was easy to “borrow” her books when my books were finished.

I was reading from an early age about dashing men on horseback riding to the rescue of strong willed and capable women who didn’t really need rescuing. I came to expect that women in fairy tales should have fought their own battles. When I was older, I found Margaret Atwood and realized that women could re-tell history in their own way and I experimented with changing those basic fairy tales.

Fortunately for me, my husband allows me the opportunity to be myself (spend my salary on books) and still takes care of the really important things for me like killing spiders and opening jars. As an elementary teacher, teaching children about the many worlds inside of books is a gift that I’m lucky enough to do for a living. Teaching the next generation to love reading is a lot of fun! Reading the right book can make a new world come alive!

Currently living in the suburbs of Ann Arbor, Michigan with my darling husband, way-too-grown-up children and spoiled dogs, I enjoy getting away through a book to escape the harsh winters or summer road construction.

I’d love to hear from you!

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Fantastic, Melissa! Now, on to the interview.

 

 

Thank you for having me. I’ve been enjoying the interviews and a chance to get to know some amazing authors.

Awww, thank you Melissa!

For being so nice, I’ll start you off with an easy one. Who was the first romance author and book you read?

The first author I read was Johanna Lindsay. Her Captive Bride book started my love of strong heroes and began my journey through all her books.

That one was pretty racy back in the day. I really love her Mallory series!

Who has been the greatest influence on your writing?

My mother was my biggest influence. She was a huge romance reader. Books were always close-by her. When I was old enough, I would ‘borrow’ her books and then, began to buy my own. When I was in high school, my mother wrote her first novel. She submitted it to a variety of publishing houses but wasn’t published. Because of her dream, I gave my own writing a chance. However, she died many years before seeing my name on a book. And just recently, I was given the original copy of her manuscript and hope to publish it for her.

Awww, Melissa, how totally sweet and awesome that is! I wish you luck and hope to see your mom’s book on Amazon soon!

Who or what inspires your writing?

Love inspires my writing. I believe every person deserves a happily ever after. Many people are still looking for that connection and special person. Being able to share a variety of stories about happily ever after’s, I hope to give readers a chance to dream of what might be or be reminded of a love lost or long gone.

Which of your own books is your favorite and why?

I really enjoy all my books but I have a few which have a special place in my heart. Second Time’s the Charm is one of my favorites. It was one of my first books and a story which seemed to write itself, spilled out of my thoughts very quickly. The Heartsong Cowboy was my first cowboy story. I loved writing about the Heartsong Ranch which used equine therapy for a variety of disabilities. But all my stories feature some piece of true life in them. One of my stories, features an event that happened to my mother, while another story featured a character based off of a former student.

How cool! I love it when authors weave  true incidents and people into their books!

What is your favorite holiday and why?

Memorial Day is one of my favorite holidays. I enjoy the first stirrings of warm weather and the chance to enjoy some family time, cooking out and parades. When I was a little girl, I carried the banner in the Memorial Day parade which ended with a picnic at the local cemetery where we visited with our family members who had passed on. Our small town took great pride in the many young men who had given their lives for our country’s peace.

That sounds like an idyllic summer for childhood! No wonder that holiday’s your favorite!

If you could have one wish granted just for you (not world peace, LOL), what would you wish for?

I would wish to win the lottery so that I could help my own children with their dreams and not have to worry about the health and care of my loved ones. It’s hard to see your parents getting older and knowing that they need more care…as well to worry about your own health and how to pay for all the necessary things required to keep yourself healthy.

That’s a great and selfless wish, Melissa. But you’re right, wishing for the ability to care for loved ones is a wonderful wish.

What is the most exciting/daredevil thing you’ve ever done?

I have been a part of Fireplay. I loved learning about how to control the fire on the skin. As well, the feeling of finally being warm, was such a blessing. It is one thing I can’t get enough of.

I had never heard of that, Melissa. See, these interviews reveal all kinds of wild and crazy stuff!

Do you have any hobbies/passions outside of writing?

I love to do a variety of things such as create jewelry and sewing. I do needlepoint and have made a few outfits for my children when they were younger and jewelry for my sisters. I’m also a local radio station movie reviewer so I get to see a lot of movies.

How cool is that!

Who is your favorite non-romance genre author? What is your favorite book of theirs?

I’m in love with Margaret Atwood. In college, I was exposed to her essay giving Hamlet’s mother a voice. Since then, I’ve read her book, Good Bones and Simple Murders. The way she provides a different perception of known characters shaped my own writing.

I love Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and I bet you’re looking forward to the series as much as I am!

Now, tell us a little bit about one of your books.

In the box set, Dreaming of a Hero, I have a novella titled Beach Desires. This is a female/female story of a woman from a small town who had to hide her interest in other women from her family, friends and the town. She’s learning how to accept her own desires on a vacation to South Carolina.

What was your inspiration for this story?

The town of Garden City, South Carolina is a real beach town on the Atlantic Ocean. For over ten years, I vacationed there, along with my family. My children grew up on the stretch of sand, played games at the arcade and ate dinner at many of the fabulous restaurants. The main character came about after a lengthy discussion with former classmates. Our small town was seeped in traditions, many of which we had no clue about… like why the town fire siren went off each day at 6 pm. Diversity didn’t exist in our town, or maybe it was hidden so well, no one really knew. This had me wondering about how someone could hide their sexual orientation and my heroine was born.

This sounds like a fantastic read!

Now, the Infamous Lightning Round: 

What is your favorite amusement park ride?

The Gemini at Cedar Point. One time I rode it 10 times in a row before I puked.

LOL! Lord, I wouldn’t have made it once!

Tea or coffee?

Mocha (flavored coffee)

Beach or mountains?

Can I have both? Beach during the night and mountains for the day?

Boxers, briefs or commando? (preferred for your heroes)

Commando does cut down on the laundry!

LOL

Blond, brunette or redhead? (preferred men’s hair color)

Bald!

Now that’s a different answer!

Would you rather vacation in Hawaii, Vegas or London?

Vegas. I was married there!

What’s the one thing you would never do?

Swim with sharks…too scary!

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Now let’s dream of the perfect hero!

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Loved by the Linebacker – Lyssa Layne

In a man’s world, Camila Lemos is one of the top sports agents in the market. Linebacker Evan Purser is the newest man in his family to join the NFL and doesn’t make for an easy client for Camila to handle. When the walls are broken down, will a touchdown be scored, or will it be yet another fumble for both?

Destiny’s Child by Deb Julienne

Cherie and Jason are thrust into an endless web of deceit created by their families. As the truths are revealed, can they find the inner strength to band together in order to get to the bottom of it all, or will it lead to their demise when their unknown nemesis returns to finish the job?

Nine by K.S. Thomas

Nine. That’s the number of years between us. Age is just one reason it’ll never work. I have eight more. One for every year I’ve been alive longer than he has. And they all add up to the same thing: A thirty-something woman covered in ink doesn’t belong with a twenty-something soldier destined for a life in politics. Only he doesn’t seem to know that.

Safe to Love You – Jude Ouvrard

When Abbie and Presley see each other, their mutual attraction flares first. The unconventional guy seems like an intriguing choice for the still-wounded Abbie, but is he actually someone she can feel safe with? Will she be able to move on, continuing with her life unscarred?

With Love; Now & Forever by RaeAnne Hadley

Can one person really have more than one soul mate? Years after losing the one man that meant everything to her, Ana has met someone whom she intuitively feels could mean as much or more. But Rick has some secrets of his own, and there is darkness in the future for them both. Will they open themselves to the power of love or will they exile their hearts forever?

Desert Heat by D’Ann Lindun

All Mike Malone wants is to run his Arizona guest ranch in peace. But an environmentalist group hell bent on destroying his business, a friend who wants to be lovers and now a dead prospector keep him otherwise occupied.

Mallory James traces her father’s bootsteps to buried treasure, but can she trust her heart to the man who found his body?

Beach Desires by Melissa Keir

Can a summer fling last a lifetime?

Can Stacey and Mandy make their long-distance relationship work? Or will they let the prejudices of their upbringing ruin their chance at happiness?

Beach Desires video: https://youtu.be/Gku05f17jxs

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Fabulous trailer, Melissa! And such a fun interview! Thank you so much for being my guest!

Next Wednesday my special guest will be  Jessica Subject, a wonderful author of sci-fi romance guaranteed to keep you guessing. Her current work, however, has to do with Zombies! Hope you return to you favorite Wednesday spot to meet Jessica!

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Medieval Monday ~ Villains ~Week #3 Ashley York’s The Gentle Knight

 

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Villains!

 is our theme for this round of Medieval Monday!

Join us and discover some of the most evil and dastardly villains our medieval romances ever produced! And we are doing something a bit different this time around. We’re breaking our excerpts up into tantalizing little bites–only 8 to 10 sentences each week. So you’ll need to keep up to get the whole excerpt. We let you know each week whose blog we’ll be at the week so you can keep up with each Medieval Monday author’s work the same way.

This week’s excerpt is from Ashley York’s

The Gentle Knight.

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Excerpt:

Ivan walked in like the captain of a ship and towing Brighit close behind. He stopped, made a sweeping glance around the room and laughed. “Well? Does this place seem familiar to you, Brighit?”

Brighit paled.

Peter stopped mid-drink. He moved toward her. “Have you been here before?”

She shook her head. A slow, emphatic “no”.

“Speak up, dear Brighit,” Ivan said. “Tell Sir Peter what this place reminds you of.”

Follow along next week by checking out Sherry Ewing’s blog with excerpt #4

http://www.sherryewing.com/apps/blog/

Blurb:

 

Brighit MacNaughton is an obedient daughter following her father’s death bed decree that she take her vows and become the virginal bride of Christ. The hired men seeing her to the Priory at Tanshelf are more interested in the building resentment against the English king than her safety. But when the handsome Norman knight offers his protection against the lecherous mercenaries, he sparks her passion with his gentle touch and smoldering looks of desire, reminding her of dreams best forgotten. Can one night with him quench the intense need in her or will it cause the fire to burn out of control?

Peter of Normandy is a trusted knight of King William, sent north to subdue the unrest and rumblings of revolt at York. Giving aid to an Irish princess more noble than many knights, he is quickly overcome with the need to possess her. With a body meant for a man’s pleasure and an unrelenting stubbornness to follow her father’s wishes, he struggles against giving her what she wants if it can only be for one night. Will one night of passion prove to be enough or will it unleash an insatiable need that makes him never want to let her go?

Buy Link:

The Gentle Knight is available on Amazon.

 

Next week I’ll be hosting Mary Morgan’s Dragon Knight’s Shield.

 

 

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Weekend Writing Warriors ~ 02/19/17 Only Marriage Will Do ~ A Desperate Deception

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I’m continuing this week, sharing snippets from the second book of the House of Pleasure series, Only Marriage Will Do. It’s got one of my favorite heroes, Amiable Dawson, a man with secrets who becomes attracted to a woman with secrets of her own.

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Captain Amiable Dawson, irritated because he’s been standing out in the hot sun, knocking on the Marquess of Dalbury’s door, has stumbled upon quite a scene of a man lunging across a sofa and grabbing a woman’s arm. The woman runs to Amiable and whispers for him to please help her as this man was trying to abduct her.

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Juliet and Amiable

EXCERPT:

 

He smiled into her pleading face, then grasped her hands and gave them a gentle squeeze to signal his acquiescence. “Whatever is the matter, my dear?” Hell if he knew. However, he could play his part, even with little information. Let the lady lead and he’d follow as well as he could.

The woman swayed toward him, then took a deep breath. “My dear, may I present Viscount St. Cyr?” She nodded toward the fop. “Philippe, my husband, the Earl of Manning.”

BLURB:

Not every happy-ever-after begins at “I do.”

When the hero of her dreams rescues Lady Juliet Ferrers from the man claiming to be her husband, she is sure she has found her one true love.  But is she free to marry him?  Not to be deterred, Juliet arranges for her hero, Captain Amiable Dawson, to escort her to her family estate, hoping that along the way she can win his love.

Amiable is charmed by the sweet, beautiful woman he rescued, and although he has grave reservations about her marital status, he allows himself to be swept up into Juliet’s romantic spell and the promise of a happy-ever-after.

The spell breaks when legal questions arise and Juliet faces the horror of not knowing if she is married to her knight in shining armor or the cruel viscount who is determined to have her at any price.

 

Books in the House of Pleasure series:

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only-a-mistress-will-do-finalAnd don’t forget to check out the rest of the Warriors here.  There’s some fantastic snippets to be read.

 

 

 

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The Romance of Language: Word for the Week 2/17/17

Dammy-boy:

“An unruly person, in allusion to the habit of the excessive use of the word damn.”

–from Albert Hyamson’s Dictionary English Phrases, 1922

 

I’ve had a couple of heroes who could have been called “dammy-boys.” LOL

And here’s one from the classic movie, My Fair Lady, with Rex Harrison playing dammy-boy Henry Higgins. (You needn’t watch the whole 6 minute clip if you don’t want to. The first 30 seconds will suffice.) 🙂

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Guest Post: Liza O’Connor on Guardian Angels in Luck Be An Angel

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I’m a firm believer of Guardian Angels. My first Guardian Angel was my Great Grandmother Caroline. She saved me from the continuous efforts of my brother to become an only child. There were also a great many water-moccasin dangers that required her assistance. (I was fascinated with poisonous snakes.) When I got older she would save me from car accidents, plus the three times my ex-husband tried to kill me. Over the years, I acquired two more Guardian Angels, my grandmother Bobo, (she preferred the name of a clown over ‘grand ma’ said with an Arkansas twang) and finally my dad became my third guardian when he died. Thus, now I’m pretty well bullet-proof, but those early years, between me being curious and fearless, and my brother determined to be an only child, Great Grandmother Caroline had a hard time keeping me alive.

You may ponder…Is Liza being serious?

Yes, I am. So when I put in a guardian angel into my stories, which I often do, I treat them and ghosts as real entities. (I also have a ghost in my house-so I have to acknowledge her as well.) I know, some of you will think I’m nuts (reasonable conclusion if you have never been saved by a guardian angel, or had a ghost live in your house.) However, my reality and experiences say both Guardian angels and ghosts do exist, so they are fair games for my books. Thus, Luck be an Angel has a Guardian Angel that watches over Sara and massive quantity of boys. However, no ghosts show up.

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Reporter, Ethan Long, is sent into the backwoods of Arkansas to investigate a woman who claims her sixteen boys were born by Immaculate Conception. Not believing in divine intervention, Ethan plans to uncover the identity of the man who continues to impregnate Sara Smith every year, leaving her to raise her sons on nothing but luck and love. He enters their home as a tutor and eventually discovers the truth, but not before he has fallen in love with Sara and her wonderful boys. Now he must face his own crossroad in life and decide whether to follow his heart or his professional obligations.

EXCERPT

Sara bit her lip and forced herself to make eye contact with Ethan. “You should know I’ve got a bad reputation. People say I’m a loose woman, but that’s not true. However, if you stay here, they’re going to think you and I are…well, that we aren’t behaving properly. No more harm can be done to my reputation, but yours will take a beating.”

He shrugged his shoulders. “I care more about those boys staying together than I do about what the townspeople think of me. So should you.”

She could tell he didn’t think much of her, but not because he thought her loose, but because he thought her a bad mother. Before she could respond, her eleven-year-old, Mike, stormed in the room.

“Our Ma loves us!” Mike yelled as he shoved Mr. Long on the shoulder. “Don’t you ever talk bad about our Ma!”

“I didn’t mean it that way,” Mr. Long assured her son. “I’m just mad at the townspeople for making her life so hard.”

Her son breathed in hard, fighting off his tears. “Well, all right then,” he said and ran from the room.

Mr. Long looked up at her. “I meant that. Don’t worry about what the townspeople think. Just worry about your boys.”

She laughed and rubbed her stomach. “That’s a lot of worrying.”

“Are you…?” He stared at her swollen stomach, unable to finish the question.

“Having another boy? I reckon,” she said. “I haven’t decided what to name him. Right now all my boys got a brother with the same first letter, which makes them letter-mates. The boys like the pairs, but in a few years Joshua will want to go off and be a man and then what will poor Joe do without a letter-mate? So I was thinking maybe I should start again on the same letters, instead of making new ones.” She paused and studied him. “What do you think?”

Mr. Long gave her question serious consideration before answering. “Add a name to the current letters. It will give the younger letters a chance to be a leader during each of their lives.”

She smiled and nodded in agreement. She had noticed how much Joe liked being the elder today. She shared the story with Mr. Long.

“I’ll shift them about when we do group studies. That way they’ll all get a chance to lead.”

She was glad Mr. Long had come. He might not be what she wanted, but she suspected he was precisely what she needed. That happened a lot in her life. Some said she was just lucky, but she knew luck had nothing to do with it. She had a guardian angel who made sure they got whatever they needed.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Liza O’Connor lives in Denville, NJ with her dog Jess. They hike in fabulous woods every day, rain or shine, sleet or snow. Having an adventurous nature, she learned to fly small Cessnas in NJ, hang-glide in New Zealand, kayak in Pennsylvania, ski in New York, scuba dive with great white sharks in Australia, dig up dinosaur bones in Montana, sky dive in Indiana, and raft a class four river in Tasmania. She’s an avid gardener, amateur photographer, and dabbler in watercolors and graphic arts. Yet through her entire life, her first love has and always will be writing novels.

 

CONTEMPORARY

A Long Road to Love Series

Humorous Contemporary Disaster Romance

Worst Week Ever

Oh Stupid Heart

Coming to Reason

Climbing Out of Hell

The Hardest Love

 

CONTEMPORARY SUSPENSE

White Oak Mafia Series

Snarky, Romantic, Suspense Thriller

A Fortune to Die For

Unexpected Love

Dance or Die

 

Requires Rescue Series

Often Humorous, Contemporary, Romance/Suspense

Standalone books with a special twist

Even the strong can use a helping hand when life gets hard.

Saving Casey

Saving Molly

 

SINGLE CONTEMPORARY BOOKS

Ghost Lover

Humorous, Contemporary Romance with Ghost & Ghost cat

 

Luck be an Angel

Sweet Contemporary Romance with a Paranormal twist

 

OTHER BOOKS BY LIZA

 

 

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