Sarah’s Anniversary Soiree
I’m thrilled to be a part of Sarah Says Read Romance’s blogaversary! What would we do without reviewers and bloggers who help us to share our books with readers? They share their free time to not only read our books, which we hope they will enjoy but then to write thoughtful reviews where, even if they didn’t love everything about the story, they always find something nice to say. Even if it’s only that the heroine’s name was a good choice. Of course…that tells us they really had to dig deep.
Once upon a time on a site far, far away I was a reviewer. Then I was a review site owner, which is probably the only job more time consuming than being a reviewer. I loved it, but as writing and editing took up more and more of my day, I couldn’t fit it in anymore. Which makes me even more appreciative of Sarah and her staff of awesome reviewers. Since you’ve stopped by, take a look at some of the reviews and tell me which one inspired you to read the book. We will be selecting one random commenter to win a copy of Frontier Inferno, my contribution to the Decadent Publishing Calendar Men series, and some bubble bath because a tub of frothy sweet-smelling bubbles is the perfect place to read a romance!
Happy reading everyone!
For Heather, Castle, Alaska offers many surprises. A new job—as a nanny of all things—a handsome firefighter whose charisma proves a distraction from her plans, and the danger of discovery. Heather may have to hightail it out of Castle and into the wilderness, or risk being dragged back into the very situation she’d fled.
Romance takes a backseat for single dad Chris Elder, while he focuses on his young son and his job as a firefighter/smokejumper in the small community of Castle. But the arrival of the feisty woman from the lower forty-eight may prove more than his resolutions, or his libido, can handle.
Can the magic of Alaska save these two from a lonely future, or will circumstances force them to step back from their Frontier Inferno?
Kate Richards divides her time between Los Angeles and the High Sierras. She would gladly spend all her days in the mountains, but she’d miss the beach…and her very supportive husband’s commute would be three hundred miles. Wherever she is, she loves to explore all different kinds of relationships in her stories. She doesn’t believe one-size-fits-all, and whether her characters live BDSM, ménage, GLBT or any other kind of lifestyle, it’s the love, the joy in one another that counts.
She explores the editorial side of things as a partner in Wizards in Publishing and executive editor at Decadent Publishing. In working with authors and editors, she has learned the ins and outs of the author/editor relationship and the value of strength and open communication in such an intimate situation. Preserving the author’s voice, being open to the editor’s input, finding the jewel in a book that may still have some rough edges are all critical to the process.
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