Apr 16

Wild With You by Sara Jane Stone Tour

Genres: Contemporary Romance

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One night with a hero is just what she needs. But more spells trouble . . .

Dr. Katherine “Kat” Arnold left Oregon and never looked back at the town that failed her as a child. But when a new patient from Independence Falls joins her clinical trial, she returns determined to show everyone in her hometown how she has thrived—including her high school crush.

Brody Summers saves people. For years, he looked out for his younger siblings and ran the family business. Now he works search and rescue. After a failed mission, Brody plans to take an evening off. When a blonde city girl knocks him off his feet, he refuses to walk away from desire. But it doesn’t take long for Brody to realize the past is returning to haunt him—and it goes back farther than one wild night.

The last thing Kat wants is a reason to extend her stay in Independence Falls. But she can’t escape the memory of Brody’s wicked touch. As their passion heats up, Brody wonders if he’s falling for the one woman who doesn’t need rescuing.

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HEAR Exceprt

“Sure you don’t want to join me?” He looked her straight in the eye, letting her see how damn much he wanted to get her wet.

“My underwear isn’t exactly appropriate for swimming.”

Show me. Let me decide.

Knowing he was seconds away from demanding that she strip, Brody turned and headed for the pool. He needed to slip into the lukewarm water before he proposed a different kind of celebration.

“Brody, wait.”

He paused, one hand gripping the railing. “Change your mind about playing lifeguard?” he growled.

“That sign clearly states you need a shower before entering the water.” She nodded to the list posted below the Swim at Your Own Risk warning.

“Do you always follow the rules?” he challenged.

“I’ve broken my fair share. When I was younger. These days, I try to do as I’m told.”

Brody blinked. He barely knew Kat. Still, obedient was the last word that came to mind when he thought about the woman who’d knocked him over with a suitcase and demanded that he strip by the pool.

But the lust rising up didn’t give a damn. The mental image was already lodged in his head. Kat on his bed, her wrists bound, waiting for him to spell out what he wanted …

Turning on his heels, he headed for the shower. With one turn of the knob, ice cold water poured out of the showerhead. He moved underneath, biting back a curse as the shower’s spray ran over his mostly naked body. But the need to challenge her words refused to wash away.

He’d always held back, giving the women he’d dated what they wanted. But he’d never taken. He’d never issued commands. In bed and out, he put the people he cared about first. He shouldered other people’s problems—listening, caring, and fixing.

Brody stepped forward, the cold stream rushing down his back. Running his hands over his face, he wiped away the water and opened his eyes. He looked over at Kat. Every muscle in her body appeared tense, as if she were waiting for an invitation to leap up from the chair and join him in the shower.

Her desire matched his. He could see it plain as day in her eyes. Control slipped away, followed by the tight hold his sense of duty had on his life. His world narrowed to one thought—claim Little Miss Perfect. Tonight, for one night, make her his.

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After several years on the other side of the publishing industry, Sara Jane Stone bid goodbye to her sales career to pursue her dream—writing romance novels. Sara Jane currently resides in Brooklyn, New York with her very supportive real-life hero, two lively young children and a lazy Burmese cat. Visit her online at www.sarajanestone.com or find her on Facebook at Sara Jane Stone.

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About Deb

Hello,

My name is Deb and welcome to HEA Romances with a Little Kick.

I am wife, stay at home mom, and an Upper Michigander. I am a huge fan of romance, any genre will do. I am told quite often, that when my time comes to meet the big guy in the sky they will have to make room for my books. *grin*

Do you ever wonder what people are saying about the romance books that you love to read?

Here @ HEA Romances With A Little Kick, I provide honest reviews. I’ve also been known to throw in a sassy comment or two. :)

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Apr 16

Author Shout Out- Bad For Me by Codi Cary

bad for me

Title: Bad For Me
Series: Rock Canyon #5
Author: Codi Gary
Publication Date: April 7, 2015
Publisher: Avon Romance
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Callie Jacobsen isn’t about to open her heart to just anyone. Not so very long ago, trusting someone changed her life forever—and not in a fun way. Now she’s better off focusing on her career, her friends, and her dog. So when former Marine Everett Silverton takes an interest in her, Callie’s more than a little wary. No matter how charming he is, men are a bad idea. In fact, she’s got the scars to prove it. But Everett isn’t convinced Callie should shut everyone out—especially not him. He may be a hero to the people of Rock Canyon, but he’s got his own demons, and he bets they’re not that different from Callie’s. Still, he knows it’s going to take more than chemistry to get her to let her guard down. Everett will do whatever it takes to show her she’s safe with him. All she has to do is take a chance, take a step … and take his hand.

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Top Ten List!

So, when thinking of cheesy pickup lines, all the ones I heard growing up sprang to mind, but then I started thinking of the men of Rock Canyon and came up with this very special list for you! J

1) I’d love to jack you up and check out your undercarriage. (Eric Henderson)

2) I’m sorry I didn’t get you a box of chocolates for Valentine’s Day, but if you want something sweet I’m right

here. (Gregg Phillips)

3) I got stopped by a police officer on the way here. He told me it was illegal to carry these guns in public.

(Marcus Boatman)

4) You wanna grease my slide? (Travis Bowers)

5) You make my software turn into hardware! (Mike Stevens)

6) Do you know what my shirt is made of? Boyfriend material. (Justin Silverton)

7) I seem to have lost my phone number. Can I have yours? (Chase Trepasso)

8) I’m not staring at your boobs. I’m staring at your heart. (Gabe Moriarty)

9) You shouldn’t wear makeup. It’s messing with perfection! (Everett Silverton)

10) Do you work at Dick’s? Cause you’re sporting the goods. (The Coulter Brothers)

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An obsessive bookworm, Codi Gary likes to write sexy small-town contemporary romances with humor, grand gestures, and blush-worthy moments. When she’s not writing, she can be found reading her favorite authors, squealing over her must-watch shows, and playing with her children. She lives in Idaho with her family.

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About Deb

Hello,

My name is Deb and welcome to HEA Romances with a Little Kick.

I am wife, stay at home mom, and an Upper Michigander. I am a huge fan of romance, any genre will do. I am told quite often, that when my time comes to meet the big guy in the sky they will have to make room for my books. *grin*

Do you ever wonder what people are saying about the romance books that you love to read?

Here @ HEA Romances With A Little Kick, I provide honest reviews. I’ve also been known to throw in a sassy comment or two. :)

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Apr 11

Author Spotlight & Review : Connor by Randi Everheart

Author Spotlight & Review : Connor by Randi EverheartConnor by Randi Everheart
Series: Kendall Family, Book #2
Published by Fire Heart Books on 3/24/2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 184
Format: eARC
Source: Author
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5 Stars
When Sophia Turner comes home from college for the summer, she has no idea her stalker is planning to kidnap her – and worse. But she escapes with the clothes on her back and nothing more, searching for safety and somewhere to stay.

Connor Kendall is looking forward to a quiet summer running his bed and breakfast, but when a barefoot Sophia turns up looking scared and with no bags, he takes her in despite concern she may have brought trouble with her. She’s hiding something, he’s sure, and yet he vows that nothing will harm her as long as she’s staying with him, but the promise might be harder to keep than he’d ever imagined.
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Also in this series: Tristan
Also by this author: Tristan

Author Spotlight HEA

Randi Everheart took the Kendall Family series to the next level with Connor. Sweet, diligent with a splash suspense that both thrilled and shocked me. The way Ms. Everheart blends these qualities together, tells me why she is one of my top favorite authors.

Connor after the first initial shock of this hero, he had me melting at his feet. His has charm, charisma and his love for life is why I could not help but be engross in his story. Being one of the Kendall siblings he works the Bed & Breakfast enjoying his own brand of peace that was up until Connor got a glimpse of his latest guest.

Sophia is sweet with a bit innocence when it comes to life. I enjoyed watching her character grow into someone who could handle anything or anyone. Ms. Everheart knows how to up the ante when she gives Sophia her very own stalker/psycho. The question is will Seth her stalker get what he wants?

Connor and Sophia are amazing on their own but together they have a strong chemistry, fun moments and are quite the sexy couple. I will say that after book 1 Tristan with such a strong pull I was hesitant on Connor be able to hold a candle but, I am here to say that Connor did that and so much more.

The supporting characters were mostly the Kendall siblings and family. I enjoyed getting to know them better with their quirks. Bring on book #3! Jade even though she was on the wrong side, I think she truly wanted to give Sophia the benefit of being someone she could like and trust.

Clear off space on your keeper’s shelf. Randi Everheart’s Kendall Family series looks to be amazing. Randi Everheart delivers strong characters, witty dialog and passions with a “no Holds Barred” feel.

Rated 5 Stilettos by Deb!

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HEAR Exceprt

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Connor:
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Kendall
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Novel
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Sophia Turner yelped on hearing something crash downstairs. Her eyes darted to the open bedroom door. Only blackness visible beyond it. In the dark room, the laptop on her thighs blinded her eyes with its soft glow, which reflected off the windows. Outside, the mostly flat, rural landscape of Comus, Maryland suddenly seemed eerie in dusk’s golden light, the sun dipping below nearby Sugarloaf Mountain. The house felt somehow darker than outside, or maybe that was just her imagination. As far as she knew, she was alone in the house. Had someone broken in? Had she locked all the doors? Her ears strained for other sounds but heard nothing.

Her mother wasn’t supposed to be back from vacation with her new boyfriend for a week, though she might have come home early. But Sophia would’ve heard a car pull up or a door shut. Then again, she’d been engrossed in finishing her third beer and reading Facebook updates. One, from a recent “friend” named Jess, implied that Sophia was in for a special surprise this first day back from college for the summer, but Sophia hardly knew the girl. Why would Jess arrange something for her? She hadn’t talked to the girl since high school and they’d seldom even spoken. Sophia had only accepted the friend request months ago to be nice.

The thought lingered, and Sophia realized the silence downstairs didn’t feel right. She closed the laptop and glanced around for a weapon, spying a small volleyball trophy. The gun chest was downstairs, an intruder likely between her and it. Biting her lip, she took the statue and padded to the door in her socks. There she paused, caught between wanting to hear nothing and hoping for something to suggest she was being silly, like the cat playing with a toy. But she heard nothing.

She gingerly stepped into the hall and tiptoed down the stairs, her eyes adjusting to the gloom. Familiar dark shapes, like a grandfather clock, loomed down below, but nothing unexpected so far. Halfway down, a stair tread creaked alarmingly as she stepped on it, giving away her position to anyone inside the house. She paused and listened intently, hearing only her heart pounding in her ears. Now that she was far enough down the stairs to see the front door, her eyes darted to it, seeing it was still closed, the deadbolt turned to the locked position. Still no sound. Down to the bottom she went, her palm sweaty on the trophy. Still nothing. She moved down the hall and finally peeked into the kitchen. And there stood the cat, looking nonchalant, beside a ceramic dish that lay in three pieces on the linoleum floor.

“Minx!” Sophia scolded, relaxing. She flipped on the light as the cat perked up and pranced over. “I’m not home two hours and you’re already causing trouble.” She scooped up the white Turkish Angora and kissed her pet’s forehead, deciding to leave the mess, her mother not around to insist it be tidied up now.

Sophia frowned at the thought of her mother being on vacation with some guy she’d started dating while Sophia was away at school. Sophia had never had a boyfriend, despite trying. She’d found most boys utterly unromantic and hadn’t dated anyone for long. They didn’t seem to realize sending her a picture of their cock turned her off. Sometimes she felt like she knew what every local guy’s tool looked like, despite having only seen one penis in person. How had sexting come to be the staple of modern dating? Whatever happened to asking a girl out? Or chivalry? Or coming to her rescue? Guys sexting her were the ones she increasingly felt in need of rescuing from.

That reminded her of Seth, her high school stalker. He’d been a lonely, downtrodden kid in high school. She’d briefly befriended him only to realize before long he’d taken her sympathy as something more. He’d begun with sending her roses and love letters. When he wouldn’t take no for an answer, he’d called her relentlessly until she had to change her number; he’d bothered her on social media until she blocked him; and he’d shown up at her house, jobs, and even followed her on dates until she became skilled at hiding her whereabouts. But that had all finally come to an end when he went too far, being caught peeking into the house by her mother’s then-current boyfriend. Being beaten up, arrested, and getting slapped with a restraining order had helped calm things down with him. She’d hardly heard a word since, and not in a year. The whole thing was one reason she’d gone to New York for school.

She put the cat and trophy on the counter and grabbed a small premade pizza from the freezer and popped it into the microwave. Then she reached into the fridge for a soda, ignoring the rest of the beer. Her sophomore year as a photography major at Syracuse University in New York had just wrapped up and she looked forward to a quiet summer of practicing what she’d learned. Sugarloaf Mountain had inspired her to take up the camera. Now she gazed at the mountain through the back door, the rays of the sun setting behind it burning red like her long, wavy hair.

As she stood sipping the drink and waiting for the microwave, two pieces of the shattered bowl behind her clinked together. She turned with a smile, thinking the cat was pawing at them, but then her mouth opened in a scream she didn’t have time to let out before a hand clamped over her mouth. The soda fell from her hand, spraying foam across the floor, as two men in black pants, shirts, and ski masks grabbed her while a third one, smaller than the other two, raised pepper spray.

“Don’t move!” the small one yelled in a high voice like a boy’s.

“Let go of me!” Sophia screamed, struggling, which caused the nails of one attacker to dig into her forearm painfully.

Another nuzzled her neck from behind, hot breath on her neck. “Never, Sophia. I’ll never let you go, now that I got you!”

She recognized that voice and asked in disbelief, “Seth?”

“That’s right, baby. You came home to me at last.”

“Oh, my God. You can’t be serious!”

“I love you, Sophia.”

His hot, wet lips pressed into the soft nape of her neck, the gentleness of his gesture at odds with the force he was using to hold her still. Her skin crawled.

“No, you don’t! You don’t even know me!”

“Oh, but I’ve been watching you for forever. I know everything about you.”

Trying to get away but only causing pain to shoot up her arms from their grip, she asked, “Then why can’t you tell I want nothing to do with you?”

Sniffing her neck, he asked, “Why don’t you stop fighting it and show me how you feel?”

A rush of frustration and adrenaline tore through her. “How’s this, asshole?” She stomped on his foot.

“Ow! Bitch!” He suddenly shoved her into the refrigerator, where she cracked her head on the freezer door handle.

Sophia fell to the floor, the blow rattling her skull and making her head spin, the alcohol worsening the effect. She hadn’t felt something like that since she’d fallen off her bike as a kid and struck her head on the pavement. Unaccustomed to the violence, she felt panic surging up. Seth wasn’t kidding about whatever he was doing. This was a dramatic escalation from anything he’d done before, and uncertainty about how far he’d go made her stomach twist.

“Don’t be so rough, Seth,” the tallest attacker pleaded. “You’re gonna hurt her.”

“Shut up!” Seth snarled. “And don’t tell me what to do.”

“Where ya gonna do it?” the other one, with the boyish voice, asked. “Her bed?”

“Do what?” Sophia asked faintly, dreading the answer. She tried to grab a shard of the broken bowl as she started to rise, but the boyish one kicked them away.

Seth leered at her and undid his belt buckle. “Consummate this love, baby.”

Sophia went cold.

Seeing her expression, the tall guy put a restraining hand on Seth’s arm. “C’mon, man. This ain’t a good idea. I told you.”

Seth jerked his arm free and glared. “Touch me again and I’ll fucking kill you.”

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An Amazon Bestselling author, Randi Everheart is an avid writer of romance, due in no small part to being a diehard romantic. After all, Randi once wrote a song for the object of a crush and penned a fifty page love letter for another! The same spirit now flows into these stories – hopefully to win your heart!

Randi has a Bachelors of Music in classical guitar but has always been more of a rocker, having released several albums under another name. Tendonitis in both arms ended career plans in music, leading to a new career as a software developer. Today Randi co-owns a software consulting firm and lives in the Maryland suburbs north of D.C., is married, and loves spending time with their son when not writing, playing guitar or golf, or writing smut.

Randi Everheart – “Where Passion and Prose Collide”
Author of sexy, suspenseful romances

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About Randi Everheart

An Amazon Bestselling author, Randi Everheart is an avid writer of romance, due in no small part to being a diehard romantic. After all, Randi once wrote a song for the object of a crush and penned a fifty page love letter for another! The same spirit now flows into these stories – hopefully to win your heart!

Randi has a Bachelors of Music in classical guitar but has always been more of a rocker, having released several albums under another name. Tendonitis in both arms ended career plans in music, leading to a new career as a software developer. Today Randi co-owns a software consulting firm and lives in the Maryland suburbs north of D.C., is married, and loves spending time with son Ryan when not writing, playing guitar or golf, or writing smut.

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Deb

About Deb

Hello,

My name is Deb and welcome to HEA Romances with a Little Kick.

I am wife, stay at home mom, and an Upper Michigander. I am a huge fan of romance, any genre will do. I am told quite often, that when my time comes to meet the big guy in the sky they will have to make room for my books. *grin*

Do you ever wonder what people are saying about the romance books that you love to read?

Here @ HEA Romances With A Little Kick, I provide honest reviews. I’ve also been known to throw in a sassy comment or two. :)

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Mar 02

Blog Tour Giveaway & Review : LOVE REALITY by Nana Malone

I received this book for free either directly from the publisher, author, Netgalley or Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.


Blog Tour Giveaway & Review : LOVE REALITY by Nana MaloneLove Reality by Nana Malone
Series: #2, The Donovan's
Published by Self Published on 02/26/2015
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Pages: 214
Format: eARC
Source: Publisher
Amazon KindleAdd to Goodreads
5 Stars
A romantic who believes in love…

Walking love disaster, Mia Donovan, is a reality television production assistant by day, secret dating blogger, Lonely Girl, by night. All she has to do to get the job of a lifetime is face her fears and step in front of the camera. Unfortunately that also means dating her nemesis, Single Guy, for the entire world to see.

A cynic giving love advice…

Reluctant, dating columnists, Ryan Matthews, otherwise known as Single Guy, thinks reality-dating shows are soul-sucking endeavors that have more to do with selling unrealistic expectations than love. But for a shot at writing serious stories, he’s willing to go undercover on Love Reality to do an exposé on the dating competition. What he doesn’t count on is falling in love.

This book contains mature themes and is intended for audiences 18+
This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
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Love Reality is an exquisite…breathtaking new adult romance and the second book in the The Donovan’s Series by Nana Malone.

Ryan is one hot tall drink of water. Ryan is the writer of ‘The Single Guy” an article to help guys out in the dating world. Even though some of his knowledge is sometimes questionable about woman, he never lacks for comfort. I live for Ryan’s quirkiness this hero kept me smiling from page to page.

Mia is ferocious when needed. Mia has also insecurities left from when her parents abandon her along with a bad break-up with her ex, it’s no wonder she is having a time figuring out what Ryan pulls from her besides her angry side. I love Mia, the girl has my heart by its string.

I enjoyed that Ms. Malone shared on both Mia and Ryan’s talents equally, as well as giving them both time to work with what they brought out in each other as well as their job and family dynamics. The supporting characters just added to the richness of the plot. Larissa had me laughing with her moxi.

Love Reality by Nana Malone is a romance that has relatable characters that readers can connect with, add in some steamy sexiness along with amazing supporting characters and you have one drool worthy book to curl up with. I would recommend Love Realityto anyone that loves a strong HEA romance, just don’t forget the ice…things go from sizzle to blazin’ in a blink of an eye. Nana Malone delivers the goods on one Intense, edgy and hot romance.

Rated 5 Stilettos by Deb!

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HEAR Exceprt

The fluttering low in her belly told her she was in trouble. But it was her brain perking up that told her she was a

goner. She slid into the booth next to him. “You’re right. I made an assumption. And we all know when you

make an assumption, you make an ass out of you—”

He didn’t even let her finish, as they excitedly chanted in unison “—and umption.”

He laughed. “What? You thought you were going to get me with a Samuel L. quote? Long Kiss Goodnight is a

classic movie. Okay, now that I pass muster on movies and music. Time to get personal. Text or talk.”

She didn’t even need to think about it. “For flirting, text. For emotional connection, talk. I know how guys are

with the phone, but I prefer it. Besides, phone sex is so much hotter than sexting. A picture might speak a

thousand words, but it’s all about the tease. It’s hotter.”

“Will you marry me?“

Mia laughed. “You’ll have to work a lot harder than that. It’s like sending an email to say thank you. Sure, it’s

convenient, but a letter is so much more personal. When I’m pitching a show, I always send a personal letter.”

“How can you talk about phone sex and be so old fashioned?”

It was too easy to talk to him, to flirt. Mia felt like someone else. “I’m a woman. It’s all part of the mystery.”

And they went back and forth like that for an hour. There, in the dim light of the secluded bar, she chatted with a

stranger about what she liked to read and her favorite food and favorite indulgences as if she’d known him

forever. Maybe this was one of those epic nights that movies were based on. He was fun and relaxed. He didn’t

seem to take himself too seriously. She could use some of that in her life.

But it wasn’t until he asked her for her favorite drink that things got interesting. “It’s a toss-up between a

Caiprihna and a mojito. All depends on who’s making it.”

His eyes lit up. “Come with me.” He stood.

“What? Where are we going?”

He laughed. “It’s called going on an adventure. Surely you’ve been on one before?”

“Yes. Just not with total strangers.”

“Relax. We’ll catch a cab. And, I’m taking you somewhere very public. It just happens to be one of my favorite

places in the city. Are you game?”

That was the real question. She usually played it safe. But the tiny voice in her head kept telling her to live a

little. Have some fun. For one night, she could let go, right? “Okay, but I warn you, if you plan on trying to chop

me up into little pieces, I’m going to make it very difficult for you.”

He chuckled. “Noted. Now are you up for an adventure, or aren’t you?”

Mia watched him warily when he held out a fist to her.

“Will you hold this for a second?”

She automatically reached her hand out, and he opened his hand to take hers. “Now we’re dating and I’m not a

stranger.”

Despite herself, Mia laughed but clasped his hand tightly. “Lead the way.”

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About Nana Malone

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USA Today Bestselling Author Nana Malone’s love of all things romance and adventure started with a

tattered romantic suspense she borrowed from her cousin on a sultry summer afternoon in Ghana at a

precocious thirteen. She’s been in love with kick butt heroines ever since.

With her overactive imagination, and channeling her inner Buffy, it was only a matter a time before she

started creating her own characters. Waiting for her chance at a job as a ninja assassin, Nana meantime

works out her drama, passion, and sass with fictional characters every bit as sassy and kick butt as she

thinks she is.

Nana is the author of twenty novels. And the books in her series have been on multiple Amazon Kindle

and Barnes & Noble bestseller lists as well as the iTunes Breakout Books list and most notably the USA

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Hello,

My name is Deb and welcome to HEA Romances with a Little Kick.

I am wife, stay at home mom, and an Upper Michigander. I am a huge fan of romance, any genre will do. I am told quite often, that when my time comes to meet the big guy in the sky they will have to make room for my books. *grin*

Do you ever wonder what people are saying about the romance books that you love to read?

Here @ HEA Romances With A Little Kick, I provide honest reviews. I’ve also been known to throw in a sassy comment or two. :)

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