Thursday, August 15, 2019

Book Review - WILDE NIGHTS IN PARADISE (Wilde Security Book 1) by Tonya Burrows

Title:  Wilde Nights in Paradise (Wilde Security Book 1)
Author: Tonya Burrows
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Adult 
Publisher: Entangled: Ignite
Release Date: June 10, 2013

About the Book:

He'll guard her body all night long.
Former Marine Jude Wilde's motto has always been "burn bridges and never look back," so nobody is more surprised when Wilde Security is hired to protect assistant district attorney Libby Pruitt, the woman he loved and left. Although she makes it clear she wants nothing to do with Jude, they're forced to fake a relationship for her safety. He can't ignore the heat still simmering between them, and when her stalker's threats escalate to attempted murder, he's left with no choice but to whisk her away to a friend's safe house in Key West, FL.
Cooped up in paradise together, Jude begins to chip away at Libby's resolve to hate him. But even as she gives in to his proximity and her body's demands for his, she refuses to fall for his charms again. Maybe a torrid affair in the sun is exactly what she needs to get him out of her system. But when her stalker tracks them down, can they escape the steamy Key West night without anyone getting hurt?

Audible Version
Title:  Wilde Nights in Paradise (Wilde Security Book 1) 
Author: Tonya Burrows
Narrator: Eric G. Dove
Length: 6 hours, 47 minutes
Release Date: January 13, 2015

Buy Links: Amazon / Audible

My Review:

Wow!  I listened to this on Audible in my car and almost forgot to make the turn onto my street. Heading south, I felt like driving on down to Key West while listening to the rest of the book! Tonya Burrows created such a suspenseful novel with steamy romance and likeable characters!

Living in the Florida Keys made this book especially likeable for me because I was able to connect with all the mentions of iguana's and chickens and Keys-type music. And I thought the narrator, Eric G. Dove, was outstanding!  For me, the narrator can make or break an audio book, no matter how good that book may be.

If you like adult romance, I highly recommend Wilde Nights in Paradise as a vacation read. I'm off now to get the next audible book in this series, which happens to be free right now (just like Book 1) if you have signed up for Audible Escape.

My Rating:

About the Author:
Tonya Burrows wrote her first romance at age 13 and hasn't put down her pen since. Originally from a small town in Western New York, she suffers from a bad case of wanderlust and usually ends up moving someplace new every few years. As of now, she lives in the Pacific Northwest with The Boyfriend, a diva schnoodle, a plucky pug-mix, and #writercat. 

When she's not writing about hunky military heroes, Tonya can usually be found kayaking, hiking, or road tripping across the country. She also enjoys painting and B grade disaster movies.

If you would like  to know more about Tonya, visit her website at She's also on Twitter @tonyaburrows and Facebook

If you would like to meet Tonya in person, she will be a featured author at the Coastal Magic Convention in Daytona Beach in February 2020.  For more information, go to

Wednesday, August 14, 2019

THE YEAR I LEFT by Christine Brae

Title: The Year I Left
Author: Christine Brae
Genre: Contemporary Romance, Womens Fiction 
Publisher: Vesuvian Books
Release Date: August 20, 2019

About the Book:
"A thousand half loves must be forsaken to take one whole heart home."
Carin Frost doesn’t understand what’s happening to her. A confident businesswoman, wife, and mother, she begins to resent everything about her life. Nothing makes sense. Nothing makes her feel. Maybe it’s the recent loss of her mother in a tragic accident. Or maybe she’s just losing her mind.
Enter Matias Torres. As their new business partnership thrives, so does their friendship—and his interest in her. Carin is determined to keep her distance, until a work assignment sends them to Southeast Asia where a storm is brewing on the island. In the midst of the chaos, Matias asks her to do something unimaginable, exhilarating, BOLD. Carin knows the consequences could be dire, but it may be the only way to save herself.
An honest look at love and marriage and the frailties of the human heart, this is a story of a woman’s loss of self and purpose and the journey she takes to find her way back.
Buy Links: Amazon 
Available for Pre-Order - Release Date August 20, 2019

About the Author:
Christine Brae is a full time career woman who thought she could write a book about her life and then run away as far as possible from it. She never imagined that her words would touch the hearts of so many women with the same story to tell. Her second book, His Wounded Light was released in December, 2013.

Christine's third book, Insipid, is a standalone that was released in June, 2014, and her fourth book, In This Life, released in January 2016. 

Her latest work, Eight Goodbyes was released on August 28, 2018.

When not listening to the voices in her head or spending late nights at the office, Christine can be seen shopping for shoes and purses, running a half marathon or spending time with her husband and three children in Chicago.

Christine is represented by Italia Gandolfo of Gandolfo Helin Literary Management.

Monday, August 5, 2019

Book Blitz & Giveaway - LOVE REPAIRED by Deanna Birch

Love Repaired
Deana Birch
Publication date: July 30th 2019
Genres: Adult, Contemporary, Romance
Attorney Amee sets aside her own needs to juggle the broken pieces of her life and family until mechanic Ben repairs her heart.
Divorce attorney Amee Benton—who has an ex of her own—is pretty sure she’s a #MomFail. Showing up late on a Friday night to retrieve her car from the shop and finding the pink frosted cupcakes she forgot to leave at her daughter’s ballet camp confirms it.
When mechanic, Ben Mathis, confesses to stealing one of the confections and asks who is taking care of Amee, she knows he’s a unicorn—a magical, beautiful beast who surely only exists in fantasies. And she tells him just that. With an f bomb for good measure.
Amee has three things Ben finds irresistible in a woman—brains, a family, and a serious potty mouth. At a chance run-in at Ben’s own personal hell, AKA the mall, he summons the courage to ask her out. Though Amee is leery of dating a younger man, and Ben is more than aware of their social gap, the two take a chance.
But Amee’s life isn’t like his. And when her ex returns and the doubting divorcée blunders, all of Ben’s insecurities are piqued anew. Now, Amee must prove to Ben his worth is much more than stand-in dad and rebound boyfriend or she’ll watch magic gallop off into the forest forever.
Duggan’s was a not-too-hip, not-too-chic coffee shop downtown. It had its own parking lot and outdoor seating with canvas umbrellas for overly sunny days.
Ben—I didn’t know his last name—was sitting at a table for two toward the edge of the terrace. His long-sleeved army green Henley was pushed up to the elbows and his casual sprawled posture opposed the nerves brewing in my belly. He stood when he saw me, those damn dimples pressing into his cheeks with his smile.
Time to face the unicorn.
He side-stepped around the table and pulled out the wicker chair for me. The earthy scent from Friday night returned, this time without the motor oil.
The grittiness of his voice made me swallow hard, and I sat in the chair. He reached up to adjust the angle of the umbrella to protect us from the sun. What promised to be the perfectly formed V of his lower abdomen peeked out from between a black elastic waistband under his jeans and the green shirt.
Unicorn cupcake eating man candy. Shit. I was in over my head. He was way out of my league. My workouts consisted of me taking the stairs and vacuuming with headphones on. I hadn’t even been on a date since Pete and I had divorced. I shouldn’t have been allowed to play ball.
New planExcuse my behavior from Friday night, tell him I was not ready for any kind of relationship, go home and take a long, long shower thinking about his stomach.
“Sorry I’m late,” I said as he took his seat.
“I assumed you would be.” He scooted in, and before he could say anything else, the waiter came over. I ordered a fluffy complicated sugary mess of caffeine and Ben asked for just a water.
“You don’t drink coffee?”
“Nope.” He crossed his arms. “So, let’s hear it, Amee Benton.”
“Hear what?” There was no way in hell I would tell him why I’d called him a unicorn. A fucking unicorn.
“Your list.” His blue gaze challenged me from the opposite side of the table, then he blinked.
“What list? I don’t have a list.”
“Yes, you do. You have a list of why you’re not going to give me your phone number and agree to see me again.”
I sank a little into my chair before puffing out my chest, mulling over my next move.
“Maybe you should tell me your list.” Every muscle on my cheeks wanted to smile but years of questioning witnesses had polished my game face. I shaped parallel lines with my forearms on the black wire tabletop.
“Which one do you want me to tell you about?” he asked with a casual grin.
Stupid dimples. His dimples were dumb. Dumb like puppies.
“How many are there?” I raised my eyebrows.
“Many. Many. So many lists…” Leaning in, he licked his lips. He lightly traced a semi-circle on the top of my hand. “Grocery lists, home repairs, back to school…”
The breath from the base of my lungs rose up my chest and escaped slowly through the ‘O’ I’d formed with my mouth. I hadn’t been touched like that in ages and mundane tasks had never sounded better. Christ. I was practically panting.
His recoil startled me and he cleared his throat. The waiter set down our drinks, breaking the beautiful tension.
Creamy froth parted as I blew into the mug before taking a cautious sip. Without the haze of his touch, I regrouped. I placed my coffee on the table and he drank from his water bottle.
“Why?” I asked.
“Why what?” He screwed the cap on and set the bottle on the table.
I’d studied body language. I knew liars and I knew nervousness. His open legs and arms were neither. He was confident, honest. Real.
“Why me?”
A small airy chuckle accompanied a shake of his head and his blond hair brushed against his shoulders.
“Why not you, Amee Benton?”
Questioning soon-to-be-ex-spouses was much more satisfying. They weren’t allowed to answer questions with questions.
“What’s your last name?” I squinted.
“Mathis. And because I like you.”
I sipped my coffee.
He propped his elbows on his knees and searched my eyes. “And you’re kinda beautiful. Beauty and a dirty mouth are a weakness of mine.”
“Like cupcakes?” I fought the smile, but when his dimples appeared, I lost the battle.
“Just like cupcakes.” He shifted in his seat and pulled his phone from his back pocket. Quick tapping from his thumbs hit the screen before he slid it to me.
“May I please have your phone number?”
Yes. He could. Shit.
I picked up the phone. Under the heading New Contact, there was one word. Cupcake. I giggled, like a school girl in a candy shop. Pitiful. I typed in my number, hit new message and sent myself a text.
Satisfied, I grinned and handed the phone back to him. Instead of reviewing my handiwork, he set it face-down on the table.
“You’re not going to check? Make sure it’s the real number?”
“Nope.” He popped the ‘p’.
My toes twitched in my flats. The remainder of my coffee and foam clung to the edges of my cup and trailed down to the empty bottom.
“Are you free Friday night?” Ben asked with a rasp.
Coffee had been one thing. Safe. The sun was shining. Friday night would be a date. Risky. Dark.
“What did you have in mind?” I asked. The man had other lists. Lists hidden in his dimples and heavenly touch.
“A movie. Popcorn.” He lifted a shoulder.
One small step for Ben Mathis and a giant leap for Amee Benton. Crap. A firetruck and its sirens raced by on Third Avenue and the intrusive sound gave me a minute to think. This is what I’d wanted when I’d divorced Pete, right? A chance for something deeper before I shriveled up and had as many cats as Shae had dolls.
But then Pete had gotten drunk and killed another human being. He’d pleaded guilty to a lesser charge and had been taken away to a correctional facility within months, locking away my bright future behind bars with him. Instead of free weekends to build a new life, I had one hundred percent parenting duties twenty-four-seven, not to mention my career.
But Ben’s touch had answered a faded call—a call to be selfish, a call to be human.
“Can I meet you there? I’m not sure the girls are ready for their mom to be on a date.”
“I’ll text you.” He flipped over the check and dug into his front pocket.
With the money and check secured under my used coffee cup, Ben walked me to my car. When we arrived at the driver’s side door, I turned around to face him. He pushed his arm into the window and crowded my space.
“I gotta admit that I’m a little disappointed.” He was close. So close. And the hair on the back of my neck stiffened with the scratch in his voice.
I could have kissed him. I could have absolutely kissed him. Right there. Broad daylight. Sunday morning. Did. Not. Care.
I summoned any courage I had and asked, “Why’s that?”
Soft stubble caressed my cheek as he leaned into my ear. His warm breath brushed my neck as he whispered with his ridiculous rasp, “I was looking forward to your dirty mouth.”
My expression must have been his desired response, because when he stepped back and freed the heat between us, his grin stretched from ear to ear.
“See ya Friday, Cupcake.”
He swaggered away and climbed into a beat-up truck.
Revised planShower and a lonely orgasm.

Author Bio:
Contemporary romance and erotica writer Deana Birch was named after her father's first love, who just so happened not to be her mother. Born and raised in the Midwest, she made stops in Los Angeles and New York before settling in Europe where she lives with her own blue-eyed Happily Ever After. Her days are spent teaching yoga, playing tennis, ruining her children's French homework, cleaning up dog vomit, writing her next book, or reading someone else's.


Saturday, August 3, 2019

Book Blitz - THE SPARK OF THE DRAGON'S HEART by Willa Hart

The Spark of the Dragon’s Heart
Willa Hart
(Harem Of Fire #1)
Publication date: July 18th 2019
Genres: New Adult, Paranormal, Reverse Harem, Romance
One human girl. Five scorching hot dragons. A thousand reasons not to want them. None of those reasons matter.
It’s been five years since my great-aunt and her husband rescued me from foster care — and since I discovered dragons exist.
For reals.
Yeah, I had a hard time believing it too, but now I’m learning what it means to be a dragon keeper — a human with special powers who acts as a sort of liaison between dragons and the unsuspecting human world.
When Uncle Max leaves town and entrusts me with my first case, I’m forced to enlist the help of the last five P.I.s on earth he’d want me to ask — his nephews. As much as I want to hate them for betraying Max, when we all finally meet face to face, the earth shakes with the instant connection between us.
And those powers I’m supposed to have? They seem to grow stronger the more time I spend with the devastatingly sexy dragon shifters.
But the confusing attraction I have for all five men will have to wait until we solve this mystery. That’s if we don’t stumble upon an even bigger one along the way.
Spoiler: We do!
Other books in the series:

Grab the prequel – Glow of the Dragon’s Heart – for FREE!
And lookout for book 2 – The Heat of the Dragon’s Heart – on August 8th!
The dense forest became less dense, and a large, beautiful log home appeared in front of us, its roof piled with snow. It was really starting to come down, and the entire scene reminded me of a Christmas card.
Our tires crunched on the gravel-snow mixture as Danic slowed to a stop in front of the house. A muscle in his jaw flexed again and again and his lips were pressed into a thin, hard line of frustration. Grabbing his coat from the back seat, he gave me a hard look as I reached for my door handle out of spite.
“Don’t even think about it,” he growled.
I was tempted to jump out despite his command, but I couldn’t make myself do it. Despite the friction between us, he still wanted to be the perfect gentleman. Regardless, when he whooshed open my door, I gave him my best glare as I took his hand. I even let him help me into my own coat, tension bristling between us like a live power cable.
When my cold fingers fumbled with the zipper, he brushed them aside and zipped me up himself, the fire in his eyes blazing hot. It really should have been enough to keep me warm in Antarctica, yet…I wanted more. There was no denying it, and there was only one thing to do about it.
Without weighing the consequences, without so much as thinking, I lunged up onto my tiptoes and pulled his head down to meet mine. The moment our lips touched, my entire body caught fire. He devoured me. We devoured each other, just like we’d been starving and the other was an all-you-can-eat buffet of our favorite foods. He pulled me closer, and despite our heavy coats, his heart beat in time with mine. Fast and hard, like it might explode.
Danic’s fingers found my zipper again and pulled it down slowly, but just as the frigid air — not to mention his powerful kisses — hardened my nipples, the sound of a door slamming open caught our attention. Red-lipped and woozy, we both looked toward the sound and froze in surprise, our breath rising into the air in puffs of steam.
A man stumbled down the porch steps toward us, one hand holding his head, the other reaching out to us. And he was covered in blood.

Author Bio:
Just like everyone else in the world (except politicians and the entire Kardashian family), Willa Hart hates talking about herself. Seriously, what's she supposed to say? That she's the most talented author in the world? That Liam Hemsworth, Zac Efron and Michael B. Jordan are knocking down her door for the honor of starring in the big-screen adaptation of her latest romance novel? That readers get into hair-pulling, kidney-punching, nipple-twisting brawls while standing in line to buy one of her books?
Just like every other wordsmith in the world, she's certain everything she writes (including her own bio) sucks big, fat, hairy donkey danglers. But deep down she hopes and prays YOU are just a little bit delusional and think she IS a great writer, that Liam, Zac and Michael would be idiots to NOT want a part in her movie, and that you'd twist every perky nip you could get your fingers on just to LOOK at her new book. Of course, she's not holding her breath, but...can't a girl dream?


Thursday, August 1, 2019

Book Blitz & Giveaway - KINGDOM OF MIRRORS & ROSES

Kingdom of Mirrors & Roses: A Limited Edition of Beauty and the Beast Retellings
Publication date: August 1st 2019
Genres: Fairy Tales, Fantasy, New Adult
Beauty and the Beast, but not how you remember it
Deep in the forest, a castle hides. No one knows who lives there, but rumors of a beast keep people away.
Cloaked in shadows, hidden from view, a prince destroyed by a curse shuts himself away from the world, ashamed of the beast he’s become.
And in the village, a beautiful girl with her nose in a book, yearns for something more.
True love is the only thing that can break his curse. True love is the one thing she’s looking for, but how can they find true love when neither knows the other exists?
Find out if love really can defy all odds in this set of thirteen captivating retellings of the classic fairytale, filled with love, hope and the strength of two people willing to do whatever it takes…
One click now for your happily ever after.
Other books in the Kingdom of series…
Kingdom of Glass and Ashes (Cinderella retellings)
Kingdom of Salt and Sirens (Little Mermaid retellings)
Kingdom of Sand and Wishes (Aladdin retellings)
Kingdom of Mirrors and Roses (Beauty and the Beast retellings)
Kingdom of Thorns and Dreams (Sleeping Beauty retellings) coming soon


Thursday, July 18, 2019

Cover Reveal - TO KILL A FAE by Jamie A. Waters

To Kill a Fae
Jamie A. Waters
(The Dragon Portal Series, #1)
Publication date: September 26th 2019
Genres: Adult, Fantasy
The darkness holds more than just secrets…

Marked for death, Sabine escaped from her home and fled to a human city.
But the Wild Hunt will never give up.
For more than a decade, she’s kept her head down and avoided talking about her past.
Even the best-laid plans eventually fall apart…

When a charismatic stranger arrives, Sabine is unwittingly drawn to him and his power. Keeping her distance is nearly impossible, especially after a life debt is called due and she’s tasked with helping him steal a rare artifact.
In order to break the magical barriers protecting the item and save her companions, Sabine will be forced to drop her glamour and reveal her true identity.
The Fae aren’t the only ones hunting her.
And the most dangerous monsters aren’t always confined to the dark.

Author Bio:
Jamie A. Waters is an award-winning, fantasy and science-fiction writer. Her first novel was a winner of the Readers' Favorite Award in Science-Fiction/Fantasy Romance and the CIPA EVVY Award in Science-Fiction.
Jamie currently resides in Florida with two neurotic dogs who enjoy stealing socks. When she's not pursuing her passion of writing, she's usually trying to learn new and interesting random things (like how to pick locks or use the self-cleaning feature of the oven without setting off the fire alarm). In her downtime, she enjoys reading on her Kindle, playing computer games, painting, or acting as a referee between the dragons and fairies currently at war inside her closet.
You can learn more by visiting:


Friday, July 12, 2019


Space Coast Book Lovers is such a fun event!  If you've never been to it, mark your calendar for next year!  This is my third year attending Space Coast Book Lovers Convention and each year it keeps getting better and better (although I'm not sure how they are going to manage to top this one next year!)  Teri Dees Edney has perfected SCBL! 

At registration, everyone received a special bag filled with swag and goodies. ***Here's a hint I wish I had thought about sooner... Some of the attendees brought along markers and had their favorite authors sign the back of the bag! What a great idea for a souvenir of the event!

We started out on Thursday evening with a Meet & Greet. Of course they had the signature drink, the Tipsy Bookworm (SCBL version of a rum runner) and a buffet of delicious food. This was a great chance to meet up with old friends and authors and meet some new-to-me authors as well. Here I am at a table with some of my favorite authors!  S.E. (Susan) Smith, Jamie A. Waters, Savannah Verte and Evelyn Lederman! We had a great evening!

Friday morning we experienced some new adventures. Booknique! I had signed up to start my morning with Murder at Space Coast Book Lovers.  This was like a live game of Clue, with the suspects being characters from the books written by the authors who put this game together... Tara Ames, Aurora St. James, Cayce Poponea, Terri A. Wilson, and Sara Stackpoole. After drinking two mimosa's made by Cayce (champagne with a splash of orange juice for color), the game became very entertaining! 

My next Booknique Adventure was The Mad for Books High Tea Party sponsored by Melanie Karsak, author of Curiouser and Curiouser: Steampunk Alice in Wonderland. She even graced us with a reading from one of her books.

The room was beautifully decorated with linen tablecloths, china tea cups, flowers and a wonderful table filled with decadent desserts, sumptuous savories, finger sandwiches and tea. We learned how to read tea leaves and tried our hand at tea dueling (I lost, but had fun!).  Each attendee received a beautifully wrapped china tea cup and saucer to take home with us.
My last Booknique Adventure of the day was Books, Bingo & More sponsored by two Bestselling Authors, Patricia Knight and Kris Michaels. The squares on our  Bingo cards were all book-related, and the best part is... we used those little square Dove chocolates as markers! And there were cookies and wine. Lots and lots of wine!  Great gift  baskets for the winners, and everyone left with a book.

More mingling at lunchtime!

The afternoon was filled with Buzz Sessions and then the Author Speed Mingle (very much like speed dating, except that the attendees were able to spend a few minutes with each author).  Loads of fun.

As a special treat, there was an Exclusive Book Launch, where we could see brand new book releases not available anywhere else!  I managed to buy a copy of Savannah Verte's new book Portals, which is due to be released on July 19th... and I have a copy now!

There were so many more books I wanted to buy but I need to find more places to keep them. My bookshelves are overflowing and I am now beginning to hide books at my daughter's house.  Not sure if it's an addiction or an obsession.  I just LOVE books!

The book signing event on Saturday was AWESOME!  So many amazing authors!  In addition to the numerous paperback and hard cover books I won or received as gifts or just outright purchased, my Kindle is about to explode with new ebooks.  I'm wondering just how many ebooks it will hold!

Here are some pics of just a few of the authors present:

Aurrora St. James

I came home with three of her books! Can't wait to start reading this series!  My daughter, Tracy, downloaded the books and she has already finished Book One and halfway thru Book Two. Couldn't put them down!

     Cayce Poponea 
Enticing book covers! And it was so much fun meeting Cayce! I brought home Shamrocks & Secrets, Book One of her Code of Silence series. 😊

Chrys Fey
I've read all of Chrys Fey's disaster series.  Now I'm anxiously awaiting her next one involving a blizzard!

              Elizabeth Raven
             Such an awesome table display! And                             fascinating books too!

Evelyn Lederman
The Purple Lady!!  I always enjoy seeing Evelyn.  I've read a bunch of her books and loved every one of them!

Gracen Miller
Gracen and her co-author, Julie Morgan introduced us to their new Private Dick series, to be released on July 11th. Gotta say... we had a lot of fun joking about the name of this book.

Julie Morgan
Here is an author I greatly admire. Always with a smile on her face and a heart that is super-sized. She co-authored Dick with Gracen Miller, but has a bunch of other books out, many of which I have read and enjoyed. I didn't think anyone could ever get me to read a vampire book... but I read one of Julie's and I have to admit that I really liked it!

Jamie A. Waters
Have you read her Omni Towers Series?  I was hooked from the first page of the prequel and absolutely  had to read the entire series. And I understand she has a new series in the works. An Epic Fantasy to be released in September.

Julia Mills
Thank you Julia for my adorable dragon! Such a treat from an outstanding author!

Okay, I just HAD to add this picture here.  John Antorino is the cover model used in Author Pamela Ackerson's novels, The Gingerbread House and Out of the Wilderness.  Getting a hug from this guy really made my day!  Thank you Pamela!  And thank you John!

Kait Ballenger
Kait brought us her new cowboy/wolf shifter books!  Awesome!

L. H. Nicole
Check out her Legendary Series! The covers are intriguing!

Kerry Adrienne
When we're not talking about books, Kerry and I talk about one of our other obsessions... Rocks!  Yes, we are both rock collectors and I'm always excited to see anything new she has added to her collection. A terrific lady and a terrific author!

Kris Michaels
I came home with two books from Bestselling Author Kris Michaels.  Loved meeting this awesome lady!  Can't wait to start reading Hot Seal, Savannah Nights... although I may just stare at the book cover for a while! (smiling and wiggling my eyebrows)

Lexi Post
And speaking of Awesome Authors... Lexi Post was there with her very own cowboy. 

M.L. Guida
It is always a pleasure to see M.L. Guida... and her Dragons of Zalara (among many other of her amazing books)!

Mikea Howard
Always fun to be around, Mikea Howard is actually two lovely ladies - Mindy Howard and Kelly Smith.

Robbie Cox
And who doesn't LOVE Robbie Cox!!  Not only an awesome author, he's an awesome person.  I came home with a signed copy of Lore Master, the one book I was missing from Robbie's Warrior of the Way series. 

Sara Stackpoole
I was so pleased to meet Sara and have her sign a copy of her true love story, Made Again.  Sara is a new author with a bright future.

S.E. Smith
I have more books than I can count from this amazing bestselling author! Susan Smith is not only a fantastic writer, she's a terrific lady. Immediately upon meeting her at another book convention a few months ago, I felt a sisterhood with her. And yes, I came home with another of her books! I am now the proud owner of Hannah's Warrior, Book Two of her Cosmos' Gateway series. 

Terri A. Wilson
Another awesome author! It was so much fun meeting Terri and getting to know her. Her autographed book Her Damaged Guardian now sits on my bookshelf, waiting for me to read... which will be soon!  Thanks Terri!

There were many more authors I would love to show you here, but I only have so much space on my blog!

The event was topped off by a Neon Party on the last night. Great music, food, drinks and decor!

Awesome Event!  Hats off to Teri Dees Edney, who coordinated Space Coast Book Lovers.  I don't know how she could possibly top this next year, but one thing is for sure...

    ... I will be there to check it out!  I hope you will be too!

((pssst... If you happen to see him, don't tell my hubby how many books I came home with! He doesn't understand my obsession.))


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