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My Three Favorite Heroes… by Molly O’Keefe I didn’t have to think about this list. For years I have actually been dying to write this list. These heroes since the moment I read their books made a huge impact on me. But while thinking about WHY I loved them, I had a real moment of truth about myself. I like my men wounded. Like seriously messed up. Deeply scarred and troubled. I’m worried about what I might not know about my husband.
Yay, I love to talk about love and romance! I write stories about this, the most powerful force in the world, and hope it comes true for all of you. Here’s my personal story. This was when I was young, a long time ago. A very nice guy, but one who didn’t appeal to me asked me for several dates and I turned him down. So when he phoned me to say his brother wanted to meet me I assumed either it was either a setup or that the brother wouldn’t interest me. So I dodged, saying I had to go to the library.
And the SBBG event is back after some well deserved vacation! Now we’re having a special romance edition, click bellow and go check it out!
Sharing My Favorite Read Giveaway Hop is being hosted by me! A big thanks to the bloggers, authors and publishers who signed up to host a giveaway for this event and all of you participating and super ready to HOP! I hope you’re as excited as I am today. I hope you enjoy the romance books we’re all giving away =) Here’s my prize, one of my favorite books this year and a new author that some are yet to discover! *** Sophie Barnes Introduces The Summersbys: When I started writing the first book in the Summersby series, I was certain of one thing – I wanted these books to be packed with action, adventure and intrigue and immediately went to work on developing the characters. Alexandra came very easily, simply because I’d decided that I wanted a strong heroine who could match any man when it came to military endeavors. She is the youngest of the three Summersby siblings and while she is very stubborn, she’s also incredibly loyal – when it comes to protecting her family, there is no risk that isn’t worth taking. However, she’s also quite vulnerable underneath her tough exterior, and is terrified of losing…