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Just Wicked Enough

By Lorraine Heath

Michael had recently decided there were three times in his life when he needed to take extra care in preparing himself: when he was to be auctioned, when he was to be wed, and when he was to bed his wife for the first time.

He rapped his knuckles once on the door separating their bedchambers, before opening it. The gaslights were lit. Near the window, she was lounging on a chaise longue, a book in her lap, a box of chocolates beside her. She was dressed for the night in a white gossamer nightgown, a shawl draped over her legs. She barely lifted her gaze from the book as he strode farther into the room.

“I’ve come to say goodnight.”

“Goodnight.” She plucked

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Too Scandalous to Wed

Alexandra Benedict

Unwilling to taint any woman with the terrible secret hidden in his heart, Sebastian, Viscount Ravenswood, has sworn never to marry. Luckily, the whimsical Henrietta Ashby was never much of a temptation for the devilishly handsome rogue–until now. Suddenly, Henrietta has learned to seduce him with a bewitching charm . . . and clandestine midnight kisses. Henrietta would go to any length to catch the eye of the man she’s long loved from afar. She would even seek the help of the most notorious courtesan in

England! But as Sebastian’s secret follows them from the ballroom to the boudoir, and his diabolical enemy plots revenge, will Henrietta offer him a passionate redemption . . . or will he prove to be too scandalous to More... »

t’s a new week here at Romance Novel TV. The staff and I are very excited to bring you another amazing week of exclusive video interviews, mysterious guests, authors, games and prizes.

This week we have Double Features on both Tuesday and Wednesday!

Monday
The J.R. Ward Countdown continues. The Black Dagger Brotherhood has extensive plots and characters – J.R. talks about how she puts it all together.

Tuesday – Double Feature Day
Girl Talk Part 2 with Cathy Maxwell, P.C. Cast and Lori Avocato – join in on the fun as these three authors continue talking about their lives in the military and how it influenced their books.

J.R. Ward – one more day until Lover Unbound is released and J.R. is talking about what happens after Lover Unbound. …

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I stumbled across a website run by a Robert Harris www.virtualsalt.com. The site contains such various articles on different
subjects from internet tools to finding a job.  I decided to take a look at one category “Articles
relating to literature
”.
  Under
this heading was a glossary of literary terms. Curious, I poked around. It
stated that these were definitions for many of the words we find in publishing
today. The definitions ran A-Z – allegory
to versification. Curious I scrolled down to see his definition of romance. Here’s
what it said:

“Romance. An extended fictional prose narrative about
improbable events involving characters that are quite different from ordinary
people. Knights on a quest for a magic sword and aided by characters like
fairies and trolls would

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Avatar"Traveling where the page takes you," says author Sue Charnley. Or as other writers call it—evoking a sense of place. It means taking us, the readers, right where the action in the story is occuring.

Every place, be it a beach in Southern France, an overused campsite, a street corner in Manhattan, or the Alaskan wilderness, can be dialed up with a few carefully chosen details. Less is always more in this case, but its pulling certain specifics out of ordinary life and putting them together in special ways that bring a place vividly to life.

By emotionally shading those details, by reprising them as motifs, by painting scenes with a large color pallette, by using word repetition and alliteration and words that sound like their meaning (snap and ding), …

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Axunderwear

Is anyone else saying "What up?"  These ads are on billboards and phone booths and everything else, all over NYC.  Literally, you can’t look up, down or sideways without running into one of these billboards. 

Can you just imagine being at a casting call for one of these ads?  Well, Marisa thought it was unusual and that it would take while to get used to the idea of men hanging out all over the place.  After all, he’s not the first, and women have been doing it for years.

Ladies – Thoughts?

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