Sometimes It Takes A Leap of Faith ‘To Wager Her Heart’ [REVIEW]

Belle Meade Plantation

She may have grown up in Nashville’s social circles, but Alexandra Jamison is about to raise some eyebrows in Tamera Alexander’s TO WAGER HER HEART. (Photo by Manish Vohra, Flickr)

When a woman’s dreams come crashing down around her through no fault of her own, the life she planned is no longer a possibility. But will she be able to find the strength she needs to move on and sieze the life she wants before it is too late? Find out in Tamera Alexander’s moving new historical novel, To Wager Her Heart.  Read more of this post

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Danger Lurks ‘Beneath Copper Falls’ [REVIEW]

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Love can be as beautiful and destructive as water in Colleen Coble’s new Rock Harbor novel, Beneath Copper Falls.
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Idyllic Rock Harbor is picturesque and beautiful, but is it safe? Or is the tranquil town simply a facade to hide a malicious evil that lurks just beneath the surface? Find out in bestselling author Colleen Coble’s new romantic suspense novel, Beneath Copper Falls. 
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Witness Faces Her Worst Fears in ‘Dark Deception’ [REVIEW]

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Determined to protect a woman in witness protection, U.S. Marshal Tony DeLuca races against the clock to keep her alive. (Photo by Shane T. McCoy, US Marshals)

When a deadly prisoner is released on a technicality, a woman in witness protection is forced to face her worst fears once again. Can the U.S. Marshal assigned to her case keep her safe until trial? Find out in Nancy Mehl’s second installment of her Defenders of Justice series, Dark Deception.  Read more of this post

NANCY MEHL: Writing About Serial Killers [GUEST POST]

Serial Killer

Why would an inspirational novelist write about a serial killer? Find out in this guest post from Nancy Mehl. (Photo by Giampaolo Macorig, Flickr)

Do serial killers belong in inspirational suspense and mystery? Some say yes, some say no. I just wrote Dark Deception, where I took on a serial killer for the first time. Why? First of all, serial killers exist. We can’t just pretend they don’t. Actually, many writers include serial killers in their novels without assigning them the title. If the bad guy in a mystery or suspense novel kills more than one person, we could call him (or her) a serial killer, couldn’t we? Of course, these villains are usually trying to cover up a crime – they don’t kill for some kind of perverse gratification. But murder is murder, right? Read more of this post