TRR EVENTS

 Sep 19-30Sept 2017 Ezine Issue

 Nov 1-31TRR's New Look!

 Nov 12-25Win Treasure Chest! $100 GC and 26 Contemporary Romance
Login




Forgot your password? Sign up for a new account

One boy. One girl. One wager and one sprig of mistletoe.



Love was never supposed to be part of the deal...



She will never submit to the man who killed her best friend...no matter what destiny says.



When the heroes have reputations like these, who needs a villain?



A knight to protect her--this Yuletide.



He's loved her forever, but the tragedy that binds them together keeps them apart.



Sold to the highest bidder on a planet far from home...



Can love survive the bright lights of fame?



Danger. It's all I've ever known. All I've ever wanted.



"Historical romance at its most entertaining"



Kilty Secrets abound in this romantic comedy



This book has romance, comedy, sex and fun.



A tale of redemption, reputation, passion and love - Not to be missed!



No lawyer should ever get this close to her opposing client. But her brain... his body...



Velia and Caulder dare their happily-ever-after to be anything less than "forever."



Fatal Truths by April Zyon (Erotic - Top Pick)



The Lost Letter: A Victorian Romance by Mimi Matthews (Romance - Top Pick)



Miss Fix-It by Emma Hart (Romance - Top Pick)



Forged Alliances by Katherine McIntyre (Erotic - Top Pick)



Drunk On You by Harper Sloan (Romance - Top Pick)



Wild Lily by Cerise DeLand (Erotic - Top Pick)



Bound and Saved by BJ Wane (Erotic - Top Pick)



Surfacing by Daniel Stephens (GLBT - Top Pick)



Vengeance by Belle Ami (Romance - Top Pick)



Gone in the Night by Anna J Stewart (Romance - Top Pick)



The Botanist by Dahlia Donovan (GLBT - Top Pick)



Tripped Out: A Blacktop Cowboy Novella by Lorelei James (Romance - Top Pick)









Check our other lounges: [ Erotic ][ GLBT ]

The Lounge

Chill out at The Lounge with your favorite authors. Grab a drink and a chair and chat away!


 
If you've been waiting to buy my book ISLAND OF SECRETS, wait no more. In celebration of the upcoming release of THE COUNTERFEIT, it is on sale for a very limited time for $0.99.

What if you received a note of warning dated hundreds of years before you were born? What if it was addressed to you?

A Time Travel- A Love Story filled with Suspense- A Mystery that will keep you guessing til the end...

On An Island of Secrets
One woman, two men and a love that transcends time get a second chance to prevent history from repeating itself. But will love be enough to win the battle against time and stop the force that's kept them apart for centuries?
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment


 
Alison Chambers (author)
Come visit Amie Louellen and read an excerpt from "Brodie's Bride!"

http://alisonchambers.blogspot.com
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment


 
Joyce DeBacco (author)
I came across a few sites that post substantial excerpts. This lady has three sites, one of which is for romance only. She has an excerpt from my book Where Dreams are Born featured today. Here is the link if you'd like to check it out. http://onlyromanceonline.com/2011/08/10/where-dreams-are-born-by-joyce-debacco/

[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment


 
Alison Chambers (author)
Independent bookstores are not dead yet! See how a few are thriving in spite of the digital age.
http://alisonchambers.blogspot.com
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment

  Alison Chambers (author)
I posted last year that I thought e-books would phase out the indies and only used book stores would remain. A big problem is the high prices indies charge just like the indie gift shops. Lovely stuff but way out of line re: prices
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]

  Grace Elliot (author)
The demise of the small book shop is a terrible thing. There used to be 3 in my village...now none at all. Interestingly, second hand book stores seem to be surviving...will they be the antique shops of the future?
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]

  Joyce DeBacco (author)
Hi, Alison. Interesting article. I commented but will also comment here. My take on this is that if indie bookstores are having trouble, some of that stems from their reluctance to stock indie books. I know my local store here didn't want to stock my book. And mine wasn't self-published but put out by a small publisher.
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]



Just released my newest western romance! Enchanted Heart $2.99 http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005FB45KK free sample at http://briannaleemckenzie.blogspot.com/
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment

  Grace Elliot (author)
Congratulations, Brianna!
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]



 
Grace Elliot (author)
NEW review for 'A Dead Man's Debt.'
"This book made me blush...."

http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/189968591

This book was a joy to read, great lead characters and interesting drama. I don't read much Historical romance but I found myself really enjoying this one. The author spins an interesting story while still adding enough historical detail to keep a history nerd like myself interested. If you like strong woman characters you will enjoy Mrs. Elliot's book. I felt it moved along nicely and the tension was believable and relevant to the time period. Jammed packed with extra easter eggs (I learned how to turn a breeched calf by reading this book) it also keeps it a fun read. The romance was just enough without overpowering the storyline, but I have to admit most of it in this book made me blush. I won't give away the ending but I can give you a hint that there is a good bit of back-stabing, jealous drama and all hell breaks loose. If you like your Romance with a good deal o
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment


 
Free short story!
"The Devil and Danni Walker"

Check it out for a fun little summer read.
Let me know what you think.

https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/78520
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment


 
Grace Elliot (author)
http://sybilnelson.com/wordpress/?p=739

.."one of my favourite authors is Philippa Gregory. This is probably why I completely adored A Dead Man's Debt by new author, Grace Elliot." Sybil Nelson.

Awh! Lovely review for 'A Dead Man's Debt' - big smiley face. G x
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment

  Grace Elliot (author)
If you'd like to read an excerpt - follow this link to the latest #sampleSunday for 'A Dead Man's Debt."
http://graceelliot-author.blogspot.com/p/samplesunday.html
Thanks, G x
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]

  Grace Elliot (author)
thank you so much, Joyce, and yes they are!
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]

  Joyce DeBacco (author)
Aren't good reviews a real picker-upper? Congrats.
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]



 
I was thrilled yesterday because Lisa Kleypas made specific mention of my review of The Devil in Winter on her Facebook page and was very complimentary about it!
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment


  Joyce DeBacco (author)
How nice!
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]

  Grace Elliot (author)
Oooh, I like 'The Devil In Winter' ...think I might read it again. Congratulations on the review...errr, review by LK!
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]

  aromagik
Sweet!
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]




 
Hi, all!
Just thought I'd drop by with another little taste of my newest work in progress. Let me know what you think!
From Fallen:
Rue pushed his hands deep into his coat pockets, feeling them curve into fists as he stared at the huge bronze gothic doors at the front of the cathedral. They were metal though fashioned to look like heavily carved planks of wood.
"They weigh more than a thousand pounds each, but are able to be moved by a single finger." Rue stiffened at the creature's words. "Humans are so clever." A sharp crunch, the sweet scent of fruit. Asmoday quirked one blond brow at Rue, gestured with the apple in his hand. "Want a bite?"
Rue returned the demon's smile with a stony glare of his own. "I suppose not." The demon blended beautifully with the lunch time crowds. He nodded to the church. "You going in?"
"You are not welcome here, creature," Rue growled. His fingertips tingled with remembered power. When he'd had his wings he'd have been able to blast the Deciever
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]
Please sign in to comment

  Bridget (reviewer)
Sounds quite intriguing, Rebecca--I really like the tension, even from just this little taste. Looking forward to reading more :)
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]

  Rebecca L Frencl (author)
Part 3:
"I mean," he flicked a glance in Rue's direction, "who could blame you? Those holier than thou types upstairs don't know the benefits of a good roll in the hay." He looked knowingly at Rue's crotch.
Rue forced himself to stay still. "The purest forms of love are beyond the physical."
Asmoday stared at him in silence for a moment as if tasting the truth of the words. "You still truly believe that, despite rolling around all night with the redhead." He shook his head in admiration. "Man, you judges are made of some stern stuff. I told Luke you're not going to go for this, but . . ."
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]

  Rebecca L Frencl (author)
Part 2:
"Can it, Ruvan," Asmoday finished the apple, tossing the core over his shoulder, "you don't have the juice anymore." He sat on the steps of the church, patting the cold stone next to him. "Pop a squat, mortal. I have a proposition for you."
"I have nothing to say to the likes of you," Rue insisted, though he sat. He knew Asmoday could make him very uncomfortable just for fun.
"Wise." Asmoday tipped his sunglasses down his nose. "Now, I know what you're going to say. Get thee back, demon, and all that other nonsense, but at least hear me out." He rolled angel blue eyes. "If the boss says to talk to you, Ruvan, I talk to you." His smile turned knowing. "Word in the realms has it you're finding being human to your taste." He leered at a young woman walking a trio of dogs on long leashes.
"Get on with it," Rue growled.
"In a moment," Asmoday's gaze followed the girl until she and her charges strolled out of sight. "I mean," he flicked a glance in Rue's direction, "who could
[ Posted: 6 years ago ]


Pages:   <<   ...   18   19   20   21   22   23   24   25   26   27   28   29    ...   >>

Vince is a shifter who can't shift. How can he ever be what sassy werecoyote Penny needs?



Fun, Flirty & Sweet Romance with a Dash of Heat! ** FREE READ **



He wore the skin of a killer, and bore the heart of a lover...



Field-Tripped by Nicole Archer (Erotic - Top Pick)



Stud Finder by Lauren Blakely (Romance - Top Pick)



Surfacing by Daniel Stephens (GLBT - Top Pick)



A Rake's Guide to Seduction by Caroline Linden (Romance - Top Pick)



Third Wave by Zaide Bishop (GLBT - Top Pick)



An Earl in Wolf's Clothing by Emily Windsor (Romance - Top Pick)