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Five Questions with Caroline Bell Foster (well maybe six)

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On February 2nd, Valentines Pets and Kisses, a boxed set of sweet romances, will be released. As part of our campaign, we, the authors, thought it would be a nice idea to give readers a chance to get to know a little bit about us. So here we go.
Purchase links for Valentines Pets and Kisses:
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Apple iBooks

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Five questions with Caroline Bell Foster (make it six)

(1)Tell us a bit about your novel
The Feline Fix, is my cute novella featuring nerdy scientist Wendy Wilde and ultra lovable Police Constable Callum Forde. I wrote it in Nottingham, England which is where I live. I smiled to myself just the other day as I was actually walking on the road, I’d set the first chapter in!!

Here’s the blurb: After Wendy Wilde made the biggest mistake of her life, her boss sent her home from the lab in disgrace. She was ordered to balance her work life by Valentine’s Day or find herself another job. Forced to let loose and have fun, Wendy meets O…

Five Questions with Sydney Aaliyah Michelle

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On February 2nd, Valentines Pets and Kisses, a boxed set of sweet romances, will be released. As part of our campaign, we, the authors, thought it would be a nice idea to give readers a chance to get to know a little bit about us. So here we go.
Purchase links for Valentines Pets and Kisses:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Barnes & Noble Nook

Apple iBooks

Google Play

Kobo Books

Five questions with Sydney Aaliyah Michelle
(1)How did you come up with the idea for this particular novella?
I spent two weeks in New York and fell in love with Brooklyn. The people, the places, the vibe, everything about it inspired me. It was the perfect setting for Your Biggest Fan and I have a few other stories ideas set in Brooklyn that I hope to get started on later this years.

(2)If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
I would love to be mentored by Stephen King. Not because I secretly want to be a horror writer. I love writing romance. He has an amazing work ethic when it comes to his craft. He …

Five questions with Jade Kerrion

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On February 2nd, Valentines Pets and Kisses, a boxed set of sweet romances will be released. As part of our campaign, we, the authors, thought it would be a nice idea to give readers a chance to get to know a little bit about us. So here we go.
Purchase links for Valentines Pets and Kisses: Amazon US

Amazon UK

Barnes & Noble Nook

Apple iBooks

Google Play

Kobo Books


Five questions with Jade Kerrion

(1)   In a nutshell, what is INFLAMED about?

INFLAMED, the 9th book in the Life Shocks Romances series, tells the story of Debra, a single mother struggling to make ends meet when she meets Sean, a good-hearted man with a penchant for helping others. His kindness helps her turn her life around, but when she falls in love with him, she comes to the awful realization that she may be nothing more than his good deed for the month. Will Sean ever figure out the difference between his instinctive compassion for others and true love?

(2)  What has been the most valuable lesson you’ve learned on your jour…

Five Questions with K.L. Brady

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On February 2nd, Valentines Pets and Kisses, a boxed set of sweet romances will be released. As part of our campaign, we, the authors, thought it would be a nice idea to give readers a chance to get to know a little bit about us. So here we go. Purchase links for Valentines Pets and Kisses:

Amazon US

Amazon UK

Barnes & Noble Nook

Apple iBooks

Google Play

Kobo Books


Five questions with K.L. Brady


(1)Tell us a bit about your novel
Her Perfect Catch is a romantic comedy novella about a nerdy, struggling sports writer looking for love and professional success and finding neither with her sports blog, The Vin Report, at least not to the degree she needs to in order to pay the bills. Tired of being disrespected by men in the sports journalism field, she has taken on a male penname and uses her best friend (Dylan Starke) as a front man so that they men in the industry will take her views seriously. Although she’s had some initial success, her advertisers are backing out and she’s coming to a dec…

Five questions with DelSheree Gladden

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On February 2nd, Valentines Pets and Kisses, a boxed set of sweet romances will be released. As part of our campaign, we, the authors, thought it would be a nice idea to give readers a chance to get to know a little bit about us. So here we go. Today, I'm happy to welcome DelSheree Gladden. Five questions with DelSheree Gladden:
(1)If you had to choose, which writer would you consider a mentor?
Even though I have many favorite authors, this is an easy choice for me. Jim Butcher. Aside from the fact that I adore his books, I really respect his skill and creativity. He puts a new spin on just about everything you think you know about a creature, myth, or genre. I just about died when I got to meet him, and I don’t know if I’d survive actually sitting down to talk about writing because I might explode with excitement, but it would totally be worth the risk!
(2)What was your favourite scene in the novel, if you have one?
I had so much fun writing this it’s tough to choose, but I’m going t…

Five Questions with Raychelle Ayala

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On February 2nd, Valentines Pets and Kisses, a boxed set of sweet romances will be released. As part of our campaign, we, the authors, thought it would be a nice idea to give readers a chance to get to know a little bit about us. So here we go.

Today, I'm happy to welcome Rachelle Ayala—From romantic suspense to sweet contemporaries, I write from my heart and love to include children and pets in my stories.

Five questions (let’s make it six this time)
1.Tell us about Valentine Hound Dog.
Valentine Hound Dog is a sweet story about a fireman who is burned and scarred and a fashion designer who’s job is all about making people look good. Through the matchmaking of a sweet little basset hound puppy, the fireman learns that love isn’t skin deep and that what’s important is inside his big heart.
2. Where do you get your ideas from?
They fly through the air and stick to me. It’s usually a character who gets the ball rolling. I start thinking about the character and some situations they got t…

The Feline Fix

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The Feline Fix by Caroline Bell Foster Meeting Police Constable Callum Forde on the worse day of her life, makes cat lover and scientist Wendy Wilde question all that she values, her cat's loyalty and the role science plays in love. Excerpt Next time? He didn’t want her going out by herself which was a bizarre thought, with not even ten full minutes in her company.  “Make sure that you do.” He ordered, in a voice he usually reserved for delinquent yobs. “I’m sorry.” She said and to her horror felt the sting of tears. It had been a horrible day and had ended even worse. This was New Years, she should be happy, looking forward to the year ahead, but instead she was sat in a police car, unmarked, but still a police car, with the cutest policeman she had ever seen in her life, but he was telling her off and treating her like a criminal. This day was officially the worse day of her life. Oh what a way to end the year and start a new one, she sniffed.  “I’m sorry,” Cal…

Surviving San Francisco

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Surviving San Francisco by Susan Oloier When 23-year-old Leah Newland accepts a job in San Francisco and runs away from her small-town Illinois life, she expects things to change for the better. What she doesn't expect is to lose her job, adopt a cat she hit with her car, and fall for a sexy and seemingly unavailable veterinarian. Suddenly, going back to the Midwest seems better than surviving San Francisco.  Excerpt Mary smiles over at Leah, who works hard to muster even a grain of enthusiasm. “She can go home now,” Mary says, trying to elicit a happier response. Leah pets the cat and finally looks at her for the first time. “You hear that?” she says to the cat. “We’re going home.” Mary puts Fur Elise back in the kennel. “Ev—Dr. Grady said I should make a follow-up appointment?” “You can do that at the front desk with Stacy.” “Okay.” “See you up front.” Leah rummages through her handbag for keys, but her attention is almost magnetically drawn back to the flowers. She pads over and…