by Jennie Marts I’d love to introduce you to Sullivan Reed, the hero of HOOKED ON LOVE– my newest romantic comedy in the Cotton Creek Romance series. Sully is a country boy, mountain man, and fly fishing guide all rolled into one. He’s the most at home when he’s got a fly rod in his… Read More
USA TODAY Best-selling author Jennie Marts loves to make readers laugh as she weaves stories filled with love, friendship, and intrigue. She writes for Entangled Publishing, and reviewers call her books "laugh out loud funny" and full of great characters that are "endearing and relatable."
She is living her own happily ever after in the mountains of Colorado with her husband, two sons, two dogs, and a parakeet that loves to tweet to the oldies. She's addicted to Diet Coke, adores Cheetos, and believes you can't have too many books, shoes, or friends.
Her books include the contemporary western romance Hearts of Montana series, the romantic comedy/ cozy mysteries of The Page Turners series, the hunky hockey-playing men in the Bannister Brothers Books, and the small-town romantic comedies in the Lovestruck series of Cotton Creek Romances.
by Kerri-Leigh Grady Romance novels were made for series based on families, particularly siblings. Consider how many books might have zero parents on the page, but there’s a brother with a best friend who’s off limits to the heroine. Or a sibling who instigates the hijinks. Or a bunch of cowboy brothers who each find… Read More
by Alice Gaines We all love an alpha hero. He’s silverback—the man in charge. Top dog. CEO. Reclusive billionaire who is as relentless in his pursuit of women as he is ruthless in his business dealings. James Bond. The man who lives for danger and is too big for the real world as most of… Read More
by Sarah Ballance Whether you’re writing about hooking up or out there doing it (HELL-o!) let’s face it: some places just don’t live up to their sexy reputations. In honor of the release of The 48-Hour Hookup, let’s take a look at some of the absolute worst places to get down and dirty. In the… Read More
by Jolyse Barnett Whenever I’m snuggling with my pet ragdoll mix, I’m content. Heck, just gazing at my little bundle of furry love gives me a warm, mushy, aww deep in my gut I only ever feel when I see animals, little ones, or a hunky guy holding either. The worries melt away, and for… Read More
by Margo Bond Collins In my day job, I, like Sadie Quinn, the heroine of Hot on His Heels, am a college English professor. And I have always wanted to be one of those English professors who can recite poetry off the top of my head. Sadie Quinn is one of those professors—but for her,… Read More
by Kira Archer I’m a big fan of a feisty heroine – you know, a girl who knows her own mind and isn’t afraid to speak it. A girl who can fight her own battles and maybe pitch in to help someone else too. This does not mean, however, that I don’t enjoy having a… Read More
by Kerri Carpenter In my new book, Tempting Mr. Wrong, the hero Lance has a bucket list he’s been compiling for years. Of course, his plans to complete the list are, ahem, waylaid by the heroine Carly. But it got me thinking about my own bucket list. So without further ado, please enjoy learning about… Read More
by Stefanie London Feeling sexy can be tough. Between our own personal insecurities, busy schedules, and stressing out over meeting other people’s expectations, sexy is sometimes the last thing we feel. Learning to be comfortable in one’s own skin is something that often comes up for the heroines I write. Whether they’re unsure how to… Read More
By Heather Thurmeier I’ve had many, many homes in my life. My parents got wanderlust every so often and liked to move. There were five places I called home before moving out of my parents’ house and getting married. Since then, I’ve lived with my husband in five different apartments and houses in the fifteen… Read More
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Infusing Romance in Your Valentine’s Day Reading
by Selena Laurence On Valentine’s Day it’s traditional for romance writers and bloggers to write about “why we should read romance.” And there are some fantastic reasons, and they’ve been discussed ad nauseam which is why I won’t do that to you here. The simple fact is that I can’t convince you to read romance… Read More