Love on Fire
Chill Out! Books
Contemporary Romance: Anthology, Contemporary Romance: Romantic Suspense
March 1, 2016
Available in: e-Book
Available May 24, 2016, but can be pre-ordered now!
16 All New Contemporary Romances from NY Times,
USA Today, and International Bestselling Authors.
Guaranteed to make your blood run hot. Passion, steamy
nights, excitement, and suspense. Something to suit every
reader—s taste. Grab a cool drink (you—ll need
it!), find a hammock, and curl up for an unforgettable escape.
1: Caridad Pineiro, Under the Boardwalk
— A passionate night under the boardwalk brought them
together, but can Chase and Natalie rekindle that lost love
in just one night?
2: Nina Bruhns, Fast and Flirty —
The top-secret package STORM Corps transporter Kade Maddox
is hired to deliver turns out to be way more
trouble—and a whole lot sexier—than he ever
3: Rebecca York, Outlaw Justice —
Will a surprise reunion with her old lover save her life
when she flees from a homicidal husband?
4: Jennifer Lowery, The Fall (Book
#2 ATCOM series) — The last thing ATCOM agent
Brendan Devayne wants is to settle down, but Mia Lawrence
makes him think twice…
5: Taylor Lee, Jared: (Book 1, The
Justice Brothers Series) — The rookie cop learned
the hard way that when tangling with the Justice Brothers,
Justice—like Love—isn’t always fair or easy.
6: Traci Hall, Festival by the Sea
— Al Cooper’s too bad to be a cop and too good
to be a crook; Darcy Smith can’t get enough.
7: Stephanie Queen, Beachcomber Heat
— This summer’s heat wave on Martha’s
Vineyard is breaking records, but so is the crime wave. The
combination is causing a wave of red-hot dangerous desire
between Dane and Shana.
8: Alicia Street, In Training for Love —
When private fitness trainer Shannon meets her hot new
client, loving her job takes on a whole new meaning.
9: Kathy Ivan, Sex, Lies and Apple Pies
— A televised baking competition brings them together.
But deceit, intrigue and revenge are on this menu. Can their
10: Jackie Ivie, The Hunted —
LeeAnn’s got business in Miami. Bring on the sun.
Sand. Sexy men to look at. The last thing she expects is to
be someone’s target.
11: Michele Hauf, The Geek Gets The
Girl — Mistaken for the IT geek? This sexy CEO
is about to learn the intimate operations of his
company—up close, and personal.
12: Rachelle Ayala, Bad Boys for Hire:
Ken (Bad Boys for Hire Series, #2) —
After Jolie Becker is left at the altar, her friends
secretly hire a hunky beach bum to cheer her up.
13: Katy Walters, Sands of Seduction
— Clary escaped to a place of sea and sand, a place of
passion and seduction.
14: Melissa Keir, Protecting Her Pigg
— Arson and fire bring them together, but what will
cause the most damage…the arsonist bent on revenge or
their own stubborn ways?
15: Dani Haviland, Pool Boy Wanted
(No Experience Preferred) — He’d never
known a woman before, and that’s just how she wanted him.
16: Jacquie Biggar, Summer Lovin’
— Can two mismatched lovers find a way past their
mistakes, or will they keep their lonely hearts forever guarded?
Caridad Piñeiro is a multi-published and award-winning author whose love of the written word developed when her fifth grade teacher assigned a project to write a book that would be placed in a class lending library. She has been hooked on writing ever since.
From the start, Caridad's novels have received acclaim and have helped redefine the landscape of modern romance novels. In 1999, Caridad was published by Kensington as part of Encanto, the first line of bilingual Latino romance novels. In 2000, Caridad was one of the first Latino authors featured at the launch of BookExpo America's Spanish Pavillion. In December 2006, Caridad helped Silhouette launch its successful Nocturne paranormal line with DEATH CALLS, one of the novels in the award-winning THE CALLING Vampire series. In addition, Caridad has appeared at BookExpo America on numerous occasions and has captained both the multicultural and vampire genre panels at the RT BookClub Conventions.
Caridad's CHICAS novels, including her seventeenth release, SOUTH BEACH CHICAS CATCH THEIR MAN from Simon & Schuster's Downtown Press, have garnered praise from both fellow authors and reviewers and are helping to make Latina fiction a vital part of the publishing mainstream.
In recognition of her work, Caridad has received various awards and honors. In 2007, a year marked by the debut of six novels from Harlequin and Pocket Books, Caridad received the Golden Apple Award Author of the Year Award from the New York City Chapter of the Romance Writers of America. Other honors that Caridad has received include the selection of DANGER CALLS and DEATH CALLS as the Top Fantasy Books of 2005 and 2006 by CATALINA magazine, the Cataromance Reviewers Choice Award for Best Nocturne in 2006 and the New Jersey Romance Writers Golden Leaf award in 2001 for Best Short Contemporary. Her other titles have received a number of nominations, such as the Harlequin Readers Choice Awards and RIO Reviewers Choice Awards. Both DANGER CALLS and SEX AND THE SOUTH BEACH CHICAS have been book club selections.
Caridad's eighteenth novel, MOON FEVER, a paranormal anthology with Maggie Shayne, Susan Sizemore and Lori Handeland, debuted in late September 2007 as #32 on the New York Times Extended Bestseller list and #123 on the USA TODAY Bestseller List. HOLIDAY WITH A VAMPIRE, a paranormal anthology with Maureen Child, made the BookScan Top 100 Adult Fiction list.
Caridad has appeared on Romance Novel Television, Fox Television's Good Day New York Early Edition , New Jersey News' Jersey's Talking with Lee Leonard and WGN-TV's Adelante Chicago. Articles featuring Caridad's works have appeared in the New York Daily News, Catalina, RT BookClub, Star Ledger, Home Tribune News, Sun Sentinel, Variety Yahoo! Online News, Latina and the Waterbury Republican-American.
When not writing, Caridad teaches workshops on various topics related to writing and heads a writing group. Caridad is also an attorney, wife and mother.
Also about the Author: Caridad was born in Havana, Cuba, and settled in the New York Metropolitan area. She attended Villanova University on a Presidential Scholarship and graduated magna cum laude. Caridad earned her juris doctor from St. John's University and became the first female partner of Abelman, Frayne & Schwab, an intellectual property firm in midtown Manhattan.