#FallReading #bookboost Historical Feature @books_n_pearls

Demelza Carlton’s Turbulence and Triumph series Turbulence and Triumph: a Jazz Age tale of romance and adventure on the high seas, following the fate of Scottish engineer William McGregor and the mysterious Maria, a girl he rescues from the waves. Ocean’s Justice (#1) – This book is available FREE Cast adrift on the Indian Ocean, eighteen-year-old Maria is saved by the crew of the steamship Trevessa. She can’t tell them her tragic tale, so the superstitious sailors make up their own stories – and some would sacrifice her to the seas to save themselves from the coming storm. Scottish engineer … Continue reading

#FallReading #bookboost Paranormal Feature @books_n_pearls

The Carriage By Jena Baxter Summary A teenage girl enters a carriage in Central Park and disembarks in Victorian, England. Cursed by her sister Brooke, Alexis Powell arrives in the Victorian Era where she meets Ezra, a man recently murdered by an assassin his brother Amos, hired. Now he’s a supernatural creature and with a touch Ezra sees into Alexis’ mind. Intrigued by her memories, Ezra offers Alexis his help only to be rebuffed for his kindness. Alexis runs away, but Ezra can’t shake off what he saw. He follows her through the streets of London, but vulnerable after the … Continue reading

New Release: #WWII Historical German #POW romance by @laura1955miller

    BLURB: This book is a biography of a woman I have loved and admired for the whole of my life. In December 1944 a German family of seven were captured and convicted of war crimes for harbouring Jews. I have known this story for most of my life. In the twilight of her years, this lady has decided that it is time for her story to be told, so it will be recorded for future generations. The woman and her sister were interned in Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp until Liberation on 13 April 1945. This is a true account … Continue reading

Fire Woman – Wildfire Inspired Romance

It has been a bad fire season in the Pacific Northwest. Hundreds of homes and outbuildings have been lost. Three firefighters were killed and one seriously burned in Twisp. So, I’ve had fires on the brain. My wildfire inspired romance does not involve a firefighter. Sorry, ladies. I have a firefighter and he’s all mine. I refuse to share! No, I got to thinking…how did all these fires start? Many were started by lightning. Lightning led me to think of the supernatural/paranormal and then Tempest Killian popped into my head. She is a young witch with the ability to cast fire. … Continue reading

New Release: Drawn by the Dream Catcher #multicultural #histrom

I finally caved to reader feedback! Drawn by the Dream Catcher is the historical romance version of my well-reviewed historical fiction saga Living Half Free. I edited Zachariah’s story a bit to fit the romance genre. Writing this mulatto slave’s journey was a very emotional experience. I did a lot of research on the Antebellum south. If you read Drawn by the Dream Catcher I hope you feel transported back in time and will be as touched by this story as I am. Drawn by the Dream Catcher is my first romance told mostly from the male point of view. … Continue reading

Guest Post by @DaisyBanks16 – The Man Inside Part 2

I hope you enjoyed The Man Inside Part 1. If you missed it, you can read it here. In the first half she uses Marked for Magic as an example. It is a good book if you haven’t read it. 😉 Please welcome Daisy Banks back for the second half of her blog post about writing in the male point of view. Another gentleman is Stephen Grafton, the blind organist at Holy Trinity Church in my story Christmas Carols. Stephen has some very strong views regarding the society he functions in. He finds many of the accepted behavior rules ridiculously irritating … Continue reading

Guest Post by @DaisyBanks16 – The Man Inside Part 1

After writing my first romance mostly from the hero’s pov I realized how many writers struggled writing the male perspective. I’m not want of them, but it stands to reason that female writers would relate to female characters better. So in honor of my new release Drawn by the Dream Catcher coming out Sept. 7th I am celebrating writing from the male perspective. One of my Sexy to Go co-writers has offered to help. Please read Daisy’s thoughts on writing male characters. The Man Inside Thank you for hosting me, Haley. I’ve had this blog in mind for a little … Continue reading