Love Never Dies in B.J. Daniels’ ‘Wrangler’s Rescue’ [REVIEW]

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Wrangler’s Rescue is the perfect book end to B.J. Daniels’ captivating Montana Cahills series. (Photo courtesy HQN Books)

He always keeps his promises. She trusts him completely. So when a handsome cowboy disappears, the woman he loves will do everything in her power to bring him home in B.J. Daniels’ Wrangler’s Rescue, the seventh and final volume in the captivating Montana Cahills series. Read more of this post

Explore Planet Earth and Beyond in National Geographic’s ‘Visual Atlas of the World’ [REVIEW]

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Are you as fascinated by our planet as we are? Every time we travel, we love exploring new terrain, taking drives along breathtaking vistas or hikes to reach secluded views, marveling at the miraculous balance of nature in all its stunning beauty. But sometimes it isn’t easy to know exactly where to go. That’s where National Geographic’s Visual Atlas of the World, Second Edition comes in handy. This oversized, photo-packed volume is everything we love in a reference book and more, and here’s why you need a copy for your own personal library. 

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An Artist Faces His Greatest Fears in Sydney Jamesson’s ‘The Darkest Corners’ [EXCERPT]

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Sydney Jamesson’s new novel, The Darkest Corners, isn’t another romance. Rather, it’s a tale of psychological suspense with a complex love story woven through it. Packed with lots of angst, loads of emotional turmoil, and fraught with edge-of-your-seat suspense, it’s the story of a single dad and a troubled young woman who must confront their deepest, darkest fears together. Take a sneak peek inside the novel with the excerpt below. Enjoy! —JRW

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Emotions Run High in Marie Force’s ‘Fatal Invasion’ [REVIEW]

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A brutal home invasion leaves behind twin five-year-old witnesses in Marie Force’s Fatal Invasion. (Photo courtesy HQN)

A deadly home invasion. Two defenseless eyewitnesses. A cop who will go to any lengths necessary to protect them. When faced with an unscrupulous adversary, does Lieutenant Sam Holland have what it takes to solve the case? Find out in Marie Force’s latest blockbuster, Fatal Invasion

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A Lot of Work for a Little Snow [GUEST POST]

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Sometimes the smallest detail creates the largest amount of work for an author, like trying to pick the perfect time for a setting to have snow. E.M. Powell explains in this guest post regarding her new novel, The Monastery Murders. (Photo by Paul R. Robinson, Flickr)

Whenever we pick up a book by one of our favorite authors, we may not realize just how much research went into writing a certain character, choosing a setting, or crafting a particular scene, especially when the author does her job as seamlessly as historical mystery author, E.M. Powell. Reading her latest novel, The Monastery Murders, she excels at luring us into the story’s disarming setting and made us ask: How did holiday traditions differ way back in 1176 and how does she utilize these details to build suspense? Thankfully she explains in today’s guest post. Enjoy! —J&H

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