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    Bridesmailds, Weddings & Honeymoons

    What happens at a wedding stays at the wedding, right? Not necessarily. Because there are consequences. A Gothic themed wedding made an impression on six people, not including the bride and groom, that we know of so far. But the bride got more than she bargained for when she booked a lodge in remote mountains for her wedding. A passel of ghosts (is that correct for more than one ghost?} beautifully added to the ambiance. Fear drew at least one girl into the arms of a lover, and resolved love issues for at least two more girls on separate occasions. But one thing they are all certain of - those…

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    So, what about the setting?

    How important is setting to you? How much, in your opinion, does setting impact a story? I mean, can you take a tale set in Europe and transplant it to Antarctica and get the same effect? Of course not. The setting is about more than the clothes the characters wear; it is more than a mere backdrop for events. I mean, in Texas we have cowboys and in Australia there are rugged farmers. In the Cape region of South Africa, we have vintners who love their wine. So, when you check the setting of a book, you know what type of hero/heroine you are going to get. So, my question…

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    Bridesmaids, Weddings & Honeymoons 

    Bridesmaids, Weddings & Honeymoons is a fun to read series about what goes on behind the scenes at weddings, and is definitely not to be taken too seriously! Yet, they ooze creep. Normally, the bridesmaid and the best man run off together after the wedding. At weddings, people who haven’t seen each other for a while reconnect, or others to meet new people and to fall in love/lust; some even wake up in the wrong bed the morning after… In Runaway Couple, the bridesmaid and best man have a history, as she had been the victim of his pranks too often growing up. She can’t trust him. In He’s Married, the bride actually marries her…

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    Become an ARC reader for Paranormal Romance.

    The only pre-requisite is that you have to be a fan of paranormal romance, mostly the spooky kind. I have only one vampire in my current WIP. If you are, please read on. What you need to do is simple – I will send you an advance reader copy for free. You read the book and leave an honest review on Amazon, Goodreads, your blog, across social media or anywhere you like. Books live or die based on reviews. Reviews help an author make a living, and other readers who might otherwise not get to see the books, also benefit! You don’t have to read every new book, but as…