Finally...what you all have been asking for...a video for Dill Pickle Soup. Now you can see how easy and quick this soup is to make, not to mention it's mouth-puckering deliciousness.
Full Recipe: bit.ly/2dp2plW
I'm so excited about these books! My dear friend Roxanne St Claire writes with such wit, humor and heart...all while proving just how hot an older man can be. If you haven't checked out the Timeless series, just jump in with this one. You won't regret it! ... See MoreSee Less
It's RELEASE DAY for Libby and Law! I loved these two funny, flawed, and fiercely determined characters. When I plotted out the three books, I had no idea Libby Chesterfield would be Lawson Monroe's heroine. She first appeared in the opening scene of BAREFOOT AT SUNSET, making a casual flirt with that book's hero. Later in that book, I put her in the same scene with Law and *instantly* there were sparks on the page. I literally lifted my fingers from the keyboard and thought, "Whoa. These two got a li'l somethin' somethin' going on." Sometimes it's magic like that. I hope you feel the love, wipe a tear, and laugh a lot with this one. My favorite scene: "The bees are underground."
I'm so happy at the thought of getting to see some of you tomorrow at Savoy Bookshop and Cafe in Westerly, RI! Anyone in the area, come chat with the fabulous, NYT Bestselling historical romance Sarah MacLean and me at 6 pm, and discover a great local indie bookstore that supports romance novels. Win win! ... See MoreSee Less
Y'all know I like to highlight my friends' books here sometimes and give you recommendations for new authors to try. In this case, I was a huge fan first--friendship came later! I don't know how many of you read historical romance, but I love it. And no one, literally no one, is doing it better these days than Sarah MacLean. She combines a thoroughly modern sensibility with all the passion, angst, alpha heroes, and witty banter you used to see in classic historical romance. I was lucky enough to read Scot early (because I begged really pathetically) and let me tell y'all, it's amazing. A historical re-imagining of a current scandal we've seen all too many times--the unauthorized release of nude photos of a woman who trusted the wrong man. It's also a guardian/ward romance, which happens to be one of my favorite kinds, and the hero, Alec, has a dark secret of his own. Watching these two lonely hearts find their way to one another amid scandal, outlandish inheritances, and a Regency-era girl squad is pure joy. I can't recommend this one highly enough! It can totally be read on its own, without reading any of Sarah's other books--but why not try them all? ; ) ... See MoreSee Less
Lonesome Lily turned Scandalous SirenMiss Lillian Hargrove has lived much of her life alone in a gilded cage, longing for love and companionship. When an artist offers her pretty promises and begs her to pose for a scandalous portrait, Lily doesn’t hesitate . . . until the lying libertine l...