Category Archives: paranormal romance

Author Interview: Marissa Doyle

Marissa Doyle

Writer Marissa Doyle joins Book View Cafe. Her first 2017 interview is at their blog. Continue reading

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BVC Announces Magic in the Stars

Magic in the Stars Unexpected Magic, Book 1 by Patricia Rice He’s a scientist who studies the stars. She’s an astrologer who predicts the future. Can a lonely witch save a handsome unbeliever from his own doom? As an astrologer, … Continue reading

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Author Interview: Diana Pharaoh Francis

Diana Pharaoh Francis taught herself how to ride a horse at the ripe old age of six years. The next few years were spent either so lost in a book that her family had to send a search party out after her, or bareback on a horse, herding cattle and still more horses. The best combination was reading until the wee hours, and then sleeping until five minutes before she was due in the barn. Continue reading

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New BVC release: Rendezvous by Elinor Groves

Rendezvous Where Immortals Come to Play… Annie Bloom runs the newest branch of Rendezvous, an exclusive luxury resort for the immortal fey, and arranges a gala soiree to celebrate its anniversary. Just as a committee from the Board of Directors … Continue reading

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Between the Lines: When research tries to eat you

Any author will tell you that writing a novel involves research. Then, if you aren’t quick on your feet, they’re liable to corner you and tell you all the marvelous things they learned that were peripheral to their novel and so never got into the book. Have you poured hours into research that led you farther and farther away from your story—and into fascinating places? Continue reading

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Let the Good Times (and Reviews) Roll
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Okay, I’m going to take my blog spot today to crow just a bit about early responses to my Bird Street Books collaboration, Devil’s Daughter: Lucinda’s Pawnshop, Book One. (With Hope Schenk-de Michele and Paul Marquez.) I’m especially pleased with reviews … Continue reading

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Beta Demons Do It Better: writing a sweet reunion romance in an urban paranormal universe

I really fell for Kamadeva as I was writing him. He may be a slacker, but he’s good-hearted and thoroughly kind, a lazy beta sweetheart who is permanently in love with a butt-kicking alpha virgin. He won’t get anywhere beating his chest. But he might make it work if he can get her to seduce herself. Continue reading

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Story Excerpt Sunday: from by Jennifer Stevenson

It's Raining Angels and Demons

It’s Raining Angels and Demons Slacker Demons Book Two by Jennifer Stevenson I sat in the belly of one of our biggest black ops helicopters with forty-nine of my fellow demons, stripped naked to our bat wings and fanny packs, … Continue reading

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When angels and demons fall together: writing It’s Raining Angels and Demons

What if, jobless and without even a pair of pants between them, they thankfully accept subcontract work…as sex demons? Continue reading

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BVC Announces It’s Raining Men by Jennifer Stevenson

Archie is a sex demon who’s so lazy, he’s this close to being kicked out of hell. Archie feels sorry for Chloe. Chloe’s heart is always breaking. Archie doesn’t plan to get complicated. It all starts with one well-meant lie… “You’ve been selected for victim’s compensation. Just for you, it’s gonna start raining men.” Continue reading

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