Tag Archives: Daryl Devore

Happy Release Day! Between Despair and Ecstasy by Daryl Devore

When a Vacation and a Scene in a Book Come Together First off – Happy Release Day! Today is Between Despair and Ecstasy‘s release day and that makes me happy. What else does? My favourite place in the world is … Continue reading

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New Release ~ Darien’s Desire by Daryl Devore

How do writers do it? Everyone knows writers live in dark caves and every so often toss out a Pulitzer Pride winning novel. So, how do they write those amazing books? Magic! Not going to buy that answer? Okay – … Continue reading

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Reviewed by Jenna ~ What Happens in Bangkok by Daryl Devore

Because one of my favorite movies is The Birdcage, and because I had a friend in college who was in a drag show once (I was his dresser, but that’s a story for another day), the premise of this book … Continue reading

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Be My Guest! ~ Author Interview with Daryl Devore

  Hello, and welcome to my new feature for 2017. 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 … Continue reading

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Crashing Into Love ~ 7 Tales of Adventure and Love

What happens if you cross eerie plane crash series LOST with the classic romance movie Romancing the Stone?   The answer is Crashing Into Love! This boxed set contains seven fabulous stories filled with action, adventure, a touch of the … Continue reading

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Into the Woods: Cautionary Tales

“Careful the things you say, children will listen.” Thus begins one of the songs from Into The Woods, a musical about fairy tales by my favorite composer, Stephen Sondheim.  And if you think about the Fairy Tales we have heard since … Continue reading

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