Fiction Book Reviews, Swoony Saturdays

Swoony Saturdays – Adrien Delaporte

Welcome! Welcome! Swoony Saturdays are your opportunity to be introduced to a book hero who fits high quality hero characteristics. (okay, so he just makes us weak in the knees for all kinds of reasons, but you get the point) The photos involved are chosen as the most representative of the heroes featured, so IF… Continue reading Swoony Saturdays – Adrien Delaporte

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A Kiss to Build a SCENE On with Jamie Carie

A blast of color. Vibrant Alive with meaning and emotion, like fireworks exploding behind your eyes. Some kisses rifle through you with sheer electricity, leaving a burning residue in their wake. A good burn. Electrifying.  Hmm…well, I don’t know if electrifying is a strong enough word for Jamie Carie’s books. Whew, I just finished reading… Continue reading A Kiss to Build a SCENE On with Jamie Carie

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A Kiss to Build a Scene On with Denise Hunter

A Touch. Lips to lips. Waiting, wanting, speaking wordless words. Ahh, what a caress. What a moment! What brings those moment to life. What ignites color from black and white print?  What heightens the pulse, shallows the breaths, and floods your skin with a flush of warmth. The senses. And who else could heighten our… Continue reading A Kiss to Build a Scene On with Denise Hunter

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Did you know that people become more connected emotionally through laughter? In fact, the wonderful hormones that shoot off in the  brain during laughter are similar to romantic hormones that trigger attraction. Yep. So I challenge the old addage, "The way to man's heart is through his stomach." What about this? "The best way to… Continue reading

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A Kiss To Build a SCENE On Lineup + a Poem :-)

Anyone still swooning from last week? I am - and boy has it been a fun. But don't sigh your last. There are still two beautiful weeks of lip-locking action going on right here, and I have a wonderful lineup to prove it 🙂 Liz Curtis Higgs Erica Vetsche Janet Dean Margaret Daley Denise Hunter… Continue reading A Kiss To Build a SCENE On Lineup + a Poem 🙂

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A Kiss to Build a SCENE On with Julie Lessman

“No, I don't think I will kiss you, although you need kissing, badly. That's what's wrong with you. You should be kissed and often, and by someone who knows how.” – Rhett Butler from Gone with the Wind  By someone who knows how?…Hmm… Maybe this could apply to writers too? “A kiss should be written,… Continue reading A Kiss to Build a SCENE On with Julie Lessman

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A Kiss to Build a Scene On with Siri Mitchell

Who doesn't like surprises, right? Okay, maybe I should clarify. Who doesn't like good surprises? You know, the kinds that bring  a smile to your face when you think about them later in the day, month, or year. Some of the most memorable kisses are 'surprise' kisses. Sure, there can be the reward and satisfaction… Continue reading A Kiss to Build a Scene On with Siri Mitchell

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A Kiss to Build a Scene On with Ruth Axtell Morren

If Ruth Axtell Morren is going to be my guest for today, I must certainly find some kissing quotes related to the Regency era. After all, Ruth's novels, mostly set during that time period, glow with the romance of the era. And even though she writes from various other historical periods, I have a particular… Continue reading A Kiss to Build a Scene On with Ruth Axtell Morren

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A Kiss to Build a SCENE On with Missy Tippens

Just so you know, Sweet Tea isn't the only SWEET thing southerners are known for. We happen to be mighty good at feeding people. "Southerners can't stand to eat alone. If we're going to cook a mess of greens we want to eat them with a mess of people." --Julia Reed But one thing we enjoy more,… Continue reading A Kiss to Build a SCENE On with Missy Tippens

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A Kiss to Build a SCENE On with Deeanne Gist

Kiss - (According to Webster's) "to salute or caress one another with the lips." According to WordIQ "romantic kissing tends to be more intense and prolonged". Medicine.Net states that a kiss is "The anatomical juxtaposition of two orbicularis oris muscles in a state of contraction." - nurses will get this one 😉 Hershey's says a… Continue reading A Kiss to Build a SCENE On with Deeanne Gist