Tag Archives: historical romance

Romance Author Gerri Brousseau with Season of Promises Contest

Thank you, Susan, for inviting me here today. I can hardly believe November is already here and people are preparing for Thanksgiving and the holiday season. When I think of the holidays I get a warm feeling recalling memories of … Continue reading

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Spacious Spaces by Historical Romance Author & Artist Gail Ingis

Nights of Passion is excited to have Author and Artist Gail Ingis with us today. Thank you Susan, for having me as your guest at Nights of Passion. I am honored and thrilled to be here. Today I am writing … Continue reading

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Giveaway & Visit with Historical Romance Author Elaine Violette

Nights of Passion is excited to have Romance Author Elaine Violette with us today. Thank you for the kind invitation to tell your readers about my newest eBook, THE DIARY OF NARCISSA DUNN, to be released on May 1st and … Continue reading

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Snow Day By Gerri Brousseau

Despite the fact that the groundhog, Punxsutawney Phil, indicated we would have early spring (which we very well still may get), here in Connecticut we have had quite a bit of snow yesterday. It was that wet, sticky, heavy snow … Continue reading

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Anticipation by Jenna Jaxon

I’ve always thought myself a patient person, willing to play by the rules or wait my turn for something without undue stressing over it. Well, in the case of my latest release, this did not hold true. My Time Enough to … Continue reading

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Interview with Gerri Brousseau, Author of Enticed by A Laird

Welcome to Historical Romance Author Gerri Brousseau!  She has a new novella “Enticed by A Laird” which is coming out in a holiday anthology called Season of Surprises that is currently on pre-order. Gerri: As your readers may know, I have … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks by Gerri Brousseau

Every year on the fourth Thursday in November we in the U.S. celebrate Thanksgiving. Usually this is the day of a lot of cooking, preparation, friends, family, and eating. This year will be no different, and I’m always thankful for … Continue reading

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Virgin Heroes

Virginity is one of the staple tropes of the historical romance novel. To date I’ve never written an historical heroine who wasn’t a virgin and during most periods keeping one’s virginity until marriage is a pretty big deal. Of course one … Continue reading

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Families—We All Have Them By Becky Lower

Love them or hate them. Parents, siblings, grandparents, step-brothers or sisters, step-children. See what I mean? Even if you’re an orphan, you had a mother and a father who you loved, hated, never knew, whatever. The fact is, you care … Continue reading

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Outlander: Historical Romance at Its Best

Did anyone else watch the premiere of Outlander last night? 🙂 I’ve been waiting for this for almost a year, ever since my dear friend and CP Kary Rader told me they were making it into a series.  I even … Continue reading

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