Return to Rio

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    You can go forward in time, or you can go back…Morgan O’Neill makes the journey rewarding whether you begin in ancient Rome or modern London. Her current Elizabethan time travel series is especially rewarding for me, because my mother always insisted that on her side of the family, we go back to luminaries such …

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His Temporary Wife is Book Two in my Texas Heart & Soul Series, and sure–you can read it first, then read Book One, Wildflower Redemption, later. Just to play devil’s advocate, though–why not read Wildflower Redemption now, and His Temporary Wife tomorrow? Wildlife Redemption features odd animals, Texas spring, aka bluebonnets, a RONE Award nomination, …

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Love country music?  Love bad girls who might be good girls, or vice versa?  His Temporary Wife is Esmeralda Salinas’s journey from tiny Rose Creek, Texas to tinier Truth, Texas. His Temporary Wife will be released March 31st.  Watch for pre-order info coming soon! Some of the songs that helped…provoke Esme’s transformation?  Lady Antebellum’s “All …

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Shelly Myers fled Dallas soon after Troy, her husband of a scant few minutes, was gunned down by vicious drug dealer and assassin Eddie Victor.  She returned to Bobcat Ridge, her tiny Appalachian hometown as soon as her testimony put the callous killer on death row Two years later, Shelly’s father suffers a massive heart …

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            Fielding Grey, Viscount of Eldon, spends his life recovering fabled antiquities–and turning them over to anyone willing to pay for the priceless pieces of human history.  The son of an explorer, he uses his expertise to live well and to pursue vengeance against the shadowy men of Solomon’s, a secretive society he blames for …

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            Author Kit Frazier posts an entertaining blog with a byline that captivated me from the first–An Accidental Cowgirl.     Horses (if not cows, so much) have been an important part of my life, so when I wound up stealing a horse from pre-K-3 kids, I immediately began searching for a way to stea–honor–her tag. …

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In one memorable passage from Stephen King’s Pet Sematary,    Louis Creed mentions a day in March and flying kites with his son Gage as the last good day he would ever have. Now, I haven’t read Pet Sematary since it came out, and shunned the movie altogether–but that passage came to mind when I wanted …

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