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If you haven't picked up this unique paranormal historical romance yet, now's the time.

A Scorching Dilemma's sale until Oct 31st.

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Quote of the Day: from A Beastly Scandal

Do you remember that old TV series, The Ghost and Mrs. Muir? I loved it, but this book is nothing like it. In A Beastly Scandal, I suspect the ghost needs a therapist.

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"Ooh," her brother said. "There be ghosts at the manor house."



A Beastly Scandal
by Shereen Vedam



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A Season for Giving, a Regency paranormal romance, inspired by the fairytale Goldilocks and the Three Bears, is in the Christmas box set, One Winter's Night.
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Excerpt from A Season for Giving:

A SHHH! FROM THE opposite aisle a few rows back drew Christopher’s attention and then a vision in curls captured his attention. “Ev, who is that golden-haired beauty?”

“Viscount Locke’s gel,” Ev said, “Honoria Gilbert. Her mama attempted to marry her off last Season but failed.”

His outlook on tonight’s ball immediately improved. Miss Gilbert’s well-endowed figure was encased in a high-necked gown that constricted his breathing the longer he stared. Were all the men in Town blind? Locke had deep pockets, so a lack of dowry could not be the issue.

“Is she bookish?” he asked, but that hardly diminished her allure. He liked his women to be widely read on more matters than the latest fashion.

“Particular,” Ev whispered back.

“That is an impediment?”

Since she judges every fellow she meets as undeserving, yes.” Nick sounded piqued.

If Nick had tried to win this diamond’s favor and been rebuffed, Christopher understood his eldest brother’s peevishness. It was a rare occurrence. But that lack of success shot the lady higher in his estimation. Christopher took another look.

Her eyes were closed, as were everyone else’s, for prayers were underway. Her fist clenched beside her luscious bosom, she appeared to genuinely entreat the Almighty on an important matter. Then her gaze snapped open and swung to clash with his.


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Stone strode with his lopsided gait to the window.

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To Capture Love



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Quote of the Day: from A Perfect Curse

"The whispers grew louder now."

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A Perfect Curse


This winter, picture yourself reading
a brand new historical paranormal romance series…


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Quote of the Day: from A Scorching Dilemma



“Some fresh country air might instill a little starch into his backbone.”


This winter, picture yourself reading
a brand new historical paranormal romance series…

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In November, I'll be over at Angela's Thankful Author blog. Come on over and check out what I'm especially grateful for, and perhaps share how you were blessed this year.

In fact, during all of November, 60 amazing authors will be there sharing what they're thankful for this year. Come check them out and their books. Perhaps you'll find your next favorite author...




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Phoenix, the black kitten from the heartwarming Regency paranormal romance, A Scorching Dilemma, has a tale to tell about his harrowing rescue from the rough streets of London, England in 1814.
On a cool day in May, 1814, at the back of an alley next to an ale house in London, England, a young boy held me upside down, taunting a society lady who had been cuddling me earlier. Then the boy threw me hard to the ground at a mound of horse manure. I thought I was going die. I yowled in terror, but instead of hitting the hard pavement, I landed in the palm of a strong male hand.

Terrified, I clambered up the man’s sleeve and huddled in the crook of his neck, inhaling his musky smoky scent and praying that I would be safe there. You see, people don’t like black cats, not even little ones like me.

Read on and comment on the blog for a chance to win an ecopy of A Scorching Dilemma.

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If you didn't know me enough already, you can find out a bit more in this interview on Marin McGinnis's Writing Historical blog.

I speak a little bit about the difficulty of doing a remake of Sleeping Beauty - which inspired my Regency paranormal romance novel, A Devilish Slumber, published by Imajinn Books, an imprint of Belle Books.

"The trick with writing a re-make of such a classic story, however, is how to instill a fresh perspective on an age old tale."


http://marinmcginnis.com/2015/09/author-interview-shereen-vedam/ #Regency #fantasy #romancenovels



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