A HUGE congratulations to Chloe Neill, whose novel DRINK DEEP won the Young Adult category of the CAPA Awards! (While the Chicagoland Vampires series is not truly young adult, it has a graduate student turned vampire heroine and is very young at heart…not to mention wonderful.)
Also, post-Valentine’s day, love is still most definitely in the air. I want to wish a happy book birthday to Debra Mullins and to Kira Sinclair for their new releases:
“This is a western romance I can strongly recommend, and that’s about as rare as a legendary silver bullet.” –Lesley Dunlop of The Romance Reader
Sarah Calhoun is bound and determined to restore honor to the family name the only way she knows how-make her late father’s newspaper, the Burr Chronicle, the most successful in the Wyoming Territory.
Haunted by past scandal, she knows one misstep, one misunderstanding, could bring disgrace back down on her head. Yet that doesn’t stop her from running an article about the insulting Jack Donovan. The blasted man is shopping for a wife as he would a horse!
Jack finally has the house in the kind of town he’s always dreamed about. Now all that’s missing is a wife. At first, he thinks Sarah’s scathing article about his quest is a good thing-until he finds himself hounded by hordes of young girls, spinsters and widows. Still, he can’t stop thinking about the sassy newspaper editor who started it all.
Sarah is as determined to ignore her impossible attraction to Donovan as she is to uncover his mysterious past. But the harder she digs for his secrets, the deeper he hides them. Until there’s only one rock left unturned. His heart.
Artist Elle Monroe is looking for a painting that was taken from her, and she’ll do anything to get it back. Little does she know how good “anything” will feel . Or that she might end up on her back finding out.
Security head CIA Zane Edwards knows she’s up to no good. But as he keeps her under surveillance, he learns there’s something more to Elle than her criminal tendencies. Something that makes his blood burn, and her eyes dance.
Something that they can’t fight for long.
And there’s only one way to satisfy this craving .