I am thrilled to join you today to chat about my latest novel, Rakes and Roses, and share insights on my Mayfield Family series. […]
My husband and I recently celebrated our ninth anniversary of marriage, and as he and I reflected on our courtship and especially our early married days, including starting a family together, I’ve felt such gratitude and love for him. He is the flawed hero in our love story, and I’m the stubborn, willful heroine. […]
Beatrice Goodwin left Manhattan a duchess and has returned a divorcée, ready to seize control of her fate and the family business. Goodwin’s Department Store, once the pinnacle of fashion, has fallen from favor thanks to Dalton’s, its glamorous competitor across the street. But this rivalry has a distinctly personal edge…
When I married my Irish husband an article in the local paper in Boise, Idaho read as follows:
‘A writer of Harlequin love stories could develop a novel from the romance of Julie Galdos and Con Murphy. The plot outline could be something like this: Julie, a Basque girl from Boise, is teaching English at a Japanese girl’s college in Nagasaki, Japan. […]
published on January 1, 2008
Earlier this year we presented to you, our readers, in celebration of our tenth anniversary online, parody epilogues. Unlike the PPP Contest, these epilogues are not be judged; they are simply for your enjoyment.
As a veterinarian I’ve had the privilege of tending many exceptional medical alert and seeing-eye dogs over the years. These dogs change lives by enabling their person to thrive. […]
Prolific author Sylvia Day has a new book out. We had some questions for her and she–which is just lovely–has a fab giveaway for AAR readers.
From the New York Times bestselling author of Good Luck with That comes a new novel about a blue-blood grandmother and her black-sheep granddaughter who discover they are truly two sides of the same coin. […]