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Q & A with Catherine Bybee!

1. Tell us about your release. Give us a blurb to tease us!  Gwen Harrison: The beautiful, high-born daughter of an English duke came to America to take over her sister-in-law’s matchmaking business. But just because she’s the boss doesn’t mean she can’t fantasize about making her own perfect match with bodyguard Neil MacBain. Will the enigmatic man who haunts her dreams cost her more than she bargained for? Neil MacBain: The retired Marine can’t deny the effect blue-blooded Gwen has on his troubled soul or his battle-hardened body. But as a client, Gwen is off-limits—until a threat from Neil’s past returns…and Gwen is caught in the crossfire. Now to keep her safe he will risk it all: his career, his life…and his heart. 2. Name five things (not research notes) that are on your desk right now. An empty plate. A Kindle Unopened mail along with a stack of papers I really don’t want to sort through. My iPad Copies of FiancĂ© by Friday 3. What’s the best advice (writing or personal) t

Guest Blogger: Kat Martin on The World of Art

The intriguing world of art is the setting for my newest book, AGAINST THE MARK .   When private investigator Tyler Brodie agrees to help hot little blond, Haley Warren, find out the truth about her father’s death, he doesn’t realize the danger he and Haley are going to find themselves in.    After all, tens of millions of dollars worth of stolen art is plenty of motive for murder.    Art is a world I know something about.   In the mid-nineteen eighties, my husband and I owned a gallery called Wildfire .   The gallery specialized in Western art, from impressionist landscapes, to more realistic pieces: scenes of ranch life, cattle drives, winter in the mountains or any of a dozen other western subjects.    We didn’t handle hundred million dollar Rembrandt’s but we visited dozens of galleries all over the world and got to see paintings by all sorts of different artists.   As with everything a writer experiences, the knowledge I gained was invaluable in