Nashville SEAL: Jameson, is one of my favorite books so far. Unlike my other books, this Book 2 might usher in a Book 3, and I’ve never done that with one couple or character before. I’m finding it easy to feel the character again the second time around, rather than have Jameson come back as… Read More
NYT and USA/Today and Amazon Top 100 Bestselling Author Sharon Hamilton’s SEAL Brotherhood series have earned her Amazon author rankings of #1 in Romantic Suspense, Military Romance and Contemporary Romance. Her new Brotherhood stand-alone series are: Bad Boys of SEAL Team 3, Band of Bachelors, True Blue SEALs, and Nashville SEALs.
Her SEALs and former SEALs have invested in two wineries and a brewery in Sonoma County, which have become part of the new stories. But old characters keep returning to all the newer books.
A lifelong organic vegetable and flower gardener, Sharon and her husband live in the Wine Country of Northern California, where most of her stories take place.
by Sharon Hamilton One of the wonderful things about creating my world of SEAL Team 3, is that these characters come back, weave in and out of all my SEAL stories. In real life, there are 200+ members to each Team, so I will never run out! And while some are newbies, “froglets”, others are… Read More
by Sharon Hamilton In honor of my new release coming out June 14, 2016, which will be Book 2 in the Band of Bachelors SEAL Brotherhood Series (Alex), I’m sharing with you the biggest hit of my #RT16 Convention. I have bookmarks with this on it. If you’d like one, leave a private message on… Read More
I’m releasing True Blue SEALs: Zak this month, which is Book #13 in the SEAL Brotherhood Series. Zak and Amy were first introduced in novella length form with True Navy Blue, which appeared in an anthology and then a stand-alone publication in November. This new novel is the full length book that follows their story,… Read More
I never set out on a mission to write the Coming Home books. From the beginning, they were stories I wanted to tell, I just didn’t know how to tell them. I wanted to write about soldiers – active duty soldiers who were still soldiers – who were facing everything the war and the army… Read More
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Remember When Opium Was Legal?
by Bronwen Evans Okay, I’ll prefix that title by explaining that I write early 1800’s historical romance. Believe it or not, opium could be bought over the counter like a tonic until 1864, and was not restricted as a medicine until 1901. In the early 1800’s opium, available in many forms, became the recreation past… Read More