They gambled on a long shot Will the bet pay off? They have ninety days before the state of Texas will grant these strangers a divorce from their impetuous Vegas wedding. Captain Helen Pallas is certain she’s not cut out for marriage. And Captain Tom Cross doesn’t believe in love. ... more >
Dear Thea Harrison, I’ve been a fan of your Elder Races series ever since I read Dragon Bound back in 2011 (2011! Has it really been so long?). [That reminds me: I really need to re-read Dragon Bound] I’ve enjoyed all of the novels and novellas in the series to ... more >
A lot of bad hands get dealt in Vegas, but E. L. Speare may be holding one of the worst: He’s cursed with the need to commit sins, and if he misses his daily quota, there’s hell to pay—literally. Fortunately, his hometown affords him plenty of chances to behave badly. ... more >
Dear Ms. Jameson: Lately I’ve been reading a ton of billionaire heroes and their submissive heroines. I don’t apologize for it. For some reason, the trope is really working for me. So, when I read the blurb for your book, Blush, I immediately reached out to Jane to request it. ... more >
Serena Warren is only in Vegas to help her jilted friend Jayne over her heartbreak. When she and fellow helper Molly Hunter go out, Serena never expects to feel the instant connection she does with the hottie who also wants to claim a table at the Bellagio. Especially since she's something of a free spirit while Mr. Hottie looks more the button down type. But they decide to spend the rest of the evening together and before it's over, the rest of their lives.
Dear Ms. Talley, What does a Cinderella heroine do when what she did in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas? When, in fact, it follows her home and then dogs her footsteps around the small Texas town she calls home? It seems she panics a bit, denies some more then manages ... more >