Beverly Breton

about life, about stories, about love


February 09, 2016

Sweet Week–More Candy Hearts

candyheartspictureHot Stuff by C.J. Fosdick
Her reaction to “Hot Stuff” threatens her comfort zone, and every other zone in her body.

For Keeps by Veronica Lynch
Does Meg stay in a high-stress job which fulfills her professionally and spiritually, or devote her life to the person who completes her?

Available tomorrow, February 10, at http://www.thewildrosepress.com and http://www.amazon.com.

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February 03, 2016

Count Down To Valentine’s Day With More Candy Hearts

candyheartspictureFind Me by Cait Jarrod
Now that she’s showed up at her high school reunion, does Lyse pursue the man with her companion candy heart, or follow her own heart?

Got Love by Angela Hayes
Cupid Tharin Terize wants fairy Flora Hawthorne to be his Valentine, not just for one night but for the rest of all time.

Ask Me by Laura Strickland
She never expects button-down Leo to hit all her buttons, but by the next morning, her hearts in danger. 

Available at http://www.thewildrosepress.com or http://www.amazon.com

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Marry Me by Heidi Wessman Kneale

perf5.000x8.000.inddJust when I thought the creative uses of conversation hearts by Candy Heart authors couldn’t get any better, I read another story and am delighted anew!

Wait until you discover what Heidi Wessman Kneale has her candy hearts are up to in this sweet fun magical story. I love that Millie and Ray are not your clichéd romance heroine and hero. Mildred watches the suffragettes with longing; she wishes she could speak up and be heard. And Raymond stutters. Marry Me is a feel-good story for sure. Love triumphs, and the villain, a greasy “door knocker” who is forcing his suit on Millie, gets squashed but good. Cheers for Marry Me!

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For You by Emma Kaye

perf5.000x8.000.inddFinancial advisor Drew wants more in his life than work, but hasn’t met anyone…until he risks his life to save a friend, and wakes up in Regency London, the spitting image of a lost-at-sea earl whose bed he is sprawled across. Leaning over him is the earl’s lovely widow Julia, Lady Engledown, who is bereft, not because her heinous husband is gone but because he drained her inheritance and made no arrangements for her and his mother. The selfish cousin has already staked claim to the family estate. Masquerading as the returned earl, to whom Drew bears an uncanny resemblance, Drew rights the financial wrongs he uncovers, along the way realizing Julia is the woman for him. Too bad she’s from a different century. Emma Kaye gives us what we want in a time-travel Regency romance—an entertaining story juxtaposing Drew’s modern off-the-cuff responses with the proper conduct of Lady Engledown—until we happily discover Lady Julia is not so proper in the bedroom. In the best of historical traditions, at the end, Drew is rewarded for putting concern for those he cares about above any concern about himself. A well-done story sure to please regency and romance readers alike.

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November 06, 2015

I’m Sure–To Be Released In Candy Heart Series

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perf5.000x8.000.inddAwaiting the release date for I’m Sure, my next title from The Wild Rose Press! I’m excited to be one of the authors featured in The Candy Heart Series, a collection of Valentine’s Day stories titled after sayings from the classic candy conversation hearts.
During the day, Megan surrounds herself with water lilies and goldfish in the ponds she creates. At night, memories of her lying ex-boyfriend are a reminder she can never again trust a man.

Jason embraces his career as paramedic firefighter, even though ugly experience declares his profession a greedy mistress. During quiet nights at the station, he wonders if this bachelor existence is all he’ll ever know.

Then Jason meets Megan and sparks fly, chased by flashes of anger when Jason, battling a raging apartment fire, stands up Megan on their first date. Is St.      Valentine powerful enough to bring these two strong-willed people together?

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