KENTUCKY BORDER BOLOGNA

by Jo Robertson I recently returned from a visit with my brother Fred and his wife Sylvia in North Carolina. Their lovely house looks out toward the Pasquotank River, a gorgeous view. During this visit Fred and I spent a lot of time working on his personal story. You see, I didn’t know Fred existed until about five years ago. He and I have different mothers, but the same father. But that’s a blog for another day. Today’s subject is Kentucky Border Bologna! During my North Carolina trip, I discovered this delicious meat product. I use this term because I
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Cocktail Casual

by Susan Sey Confession time: It’s been over eight years since I had a job I needed to dress up for. To be perfectly honestly, it’s been eight years since I had a job I needed to get dressed for at all. See I’m a stay at home mom and a writer. This requires one of two looks: PJ pants & an earflap hat, or shorts & a pony tail, depending on the season. I’m not much of a groomer, so this makes me happy. However, I recently got invited to a charity event & the invitation arrived with this
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Winners of MIDNIGHT’S WILD PASSION

Hey, guys, thank you for a FABULOUS launch party in the lair yesterday. The cabana boys are still cleaning up! And finding chocolate in unexpected places! Hard to pick winners – but I had to. So the people who get a signed copy of MIDNIGHT’S WILD PASSION are: Kaelee BJ LilMissMolly Congratulations, girls. Can you please email me on anna @ annacampbell.info (no spaces) with your snail mail details and I’ll get your book off to you. Happy reading!

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Let’s Talk TBR Piles!

by Suzanne Recently, I’ve been on a reading kick. I love when that happens. I just want to sink into my TBR pile and plow through a dozen or so books. (Okay, I’ve been busy, so it’s only been five.) Here’s what I’ve read lately: The Lies That Bind by our own Kate Carlisle! Fabulous read, and oh Derek Stone is just sooooo yummy! Brooklyn is a lucky girl, Kate! The Ranger by Monica McCarty. Have you started this series? OMG! Like Speical Forces guys for Robert The Bruce. Can’t. Wait. For. The Viper. Book #4. The Emperor’s Tomb by
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Midnight’s Wild Passion is…WILD!!!!

by Anna Campbell Good evening, Regency gossip mavens! It’s your eagle-eyed editor here from Regency Routs, Rumpus and Rumpy-Pumpy. Are you ready for your big dose of SCANDAL???!!!! Yep, we’re all getting to play papparazzi for the day. Nikons at twenty paces! Hoist your Olympus! Because today is the launch party for the honorable Miss Campbell’s latest release MIDNIGHT’S WILD PASSION and there’s going to be blood on the Polaroids before we’re done, dear readers! But first a word from our sponsors at MIDNIGHT CENTRAL… MIDNIGHT’S WILD PASSION is a classic Regency romance spiced with passion and danger and…SCANDAL (well,
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Wild Ride to Love

posted by NancyApologies to everyone for the unfortunate glitch that delayed today’s blog. I especially hate it because we have a guest. Kathleen O’Reilly returns to the Lair with her latest Blaze release, Just Surrender. I’ve read the excerpt on her site, and I can’t wait to read the book. Welcome, Kathleen! The hero and heroine of Just Surrender meet under less than promising circumstances, and then the hero gets an unpleasant surprise. Tell us about that. Tyler is a surgeon, flying in for a fellowship in NYC, and he ends up in Edie’s cab, which isn’t really Edie’s cab,
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Jennifer Lyon’s Back in The Lair!!

Posted By KateIt’s a total thrill for me to welcome Jennifer Lyon back to the Lair today! I absolutely love her hot, sexy Wing Slayer Hunters series, which means I’m in heaven right now because the third book in the series, NIGHT MAGIC, came out last month, and SINFUL MAGIC debuts in just a few weeks. Back-to-back Wing Slayer Hunters! You’ve got to love that! Take it away, Jen! Thank you to Kate and the Banditas for having me today! I’m here with a dilemma, and I know the Romance Bandits and readers will be able to help me out.
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Coffee or Tea?

by KJ Howe The border in my own home has a lot in common with the way a bookstore is divided up. My library tends to be filled with fiction (and books on how to write) while my husband’s is almost exclusively dedicated to non-fiction. Lately, I have been thinking about just why it is when either of us have the spare time to read, we will reach for something completely different, but be equally rewarded. Is there a personality type drawn to either type of reading? Do they serve different needs in our lives? Do the different things we
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It’s a Royal Wedding

by Donna MacMeans Have to say – I’m loving all the hype on the upcoming nuptials of Kate Middleton and Prince William. The momentos are fabulous. Have you purchased any? I’m particularly fond of the bobble heads myself. (I’m hoping Anna will drop in with an update on what’s available in England). So what will you be doing on the big day, Friday, April 29th? Will you be glued to the TV set watching the procession? While the actual event takes place at 11:00 am in England, that is more like 6 am in Ohio. While I’ll admit I watched
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St George’s Day Quick 5*

by Anna Sugden*Actually, I’m a day early. Still, as this is my day to blog and I am English *g*, I’m making it a special celebration for tomorrow’s official St George’s Day. I’m sure you all know that St George is the patron saint of England and have heard one of the many versions of the tale about him and the dragon. Some of you will be surprised to know that the flag which represents England is not the Union Jack, but the flag of St George. The Union Jack is the flag of the United Kingdom – each of
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