Winner: Mystery Writers of America McCloy Award. National finalist: Women’s Fiction Writers Association “Rising Star” contest.
Cassandra Patton Conover is about to become an outlaw. Searching Read more [...]
It took me seven years to land my first publishing contract— which is actually not terrible by industry standards. But it meant that I’d had the dedication on my first novel picked out for at least Read more [...]
Can duty overpower the heart’s desire?
In Roger Davis’ “Greywycke,” Lady Kaline de Belmar must choose between family expectations and her own desire, all while finding inner strength she never Read more [...]
Aaron went to the other side of her bed, putting the back of his hand to her forehead before letting it fall back to his side. “You’re looking excellent, and you feel good, as well.” His touch Read more [...]
Excerpt from chapter twenty-two:
I ran my fingers across her bronze stomach and grasped her tight waist, “All of that aside, your old man seems like a good guy,” I said. “He might have some fucked Read more [...]