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Wishing you the best for 2014! That gang at Romance Reviews Today

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Gift Card winner is..................

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December Reviews Posted at RRT

Click here for the links to the reviews.  Anthologies SECRET SANTA - Fern Michaels, Marie Bostwick, Laura Levine, Cindy Myers - 10/2013 - Diana - Contmporary Romance A SOLDIER'S CHRISTMAS - Leslie Kelly, Joanne Rock, Karen Foley - 12/2013 - Patti - Contemporary Romance Contemporary Romance BREATHE - Lauren Jameson - 12/2013 - Erotic - Jennifer B. THE CHRISTMAS COOKIE COLLECTION - Lori Wilde - 11/2013 - Patti DRAWN TOGETHER - Lauren Dane - 10/2013 - Erotic - Jennifer H. JUST LIKE HEAVEN - Lacey Baker - A Sweetland Novel, Book 2 -12/2013 - Jennifer B. JUST ONE NIGHT - Kyra Davis - 12/2013 - Erotic - Jennifer B. MIRACLE ROAD - Emily March -An Eternity Springs Novel, Book 7 - 11/2013 -Patti STARRY NIGHT - Debbie Macomber - 10/2013 - Diana THE SWEETHEART BARGAIN - Shirley Jump - The Sweetheart Sisters, Book 1 - 9/2013 - Patti THROWN - Colette Auclair - 12/2013 - Jane Fantasy MIDNIGHT'S PROMISE - Donna Grant - Dark Warriors, Book 8 - 11/201

Q & A with Andrea R. Cooper!

1. Tell us about your newest release. Viking Fire is a historical romance with a touch of magic. Kaireen is the spoiled daughter of Laird Liannon. She is forced into an arranged marriage with her enemy, a Viking. And a handsome, cocky one at that. Bram, is the charming Viking who loves Kaireen and must win her heart. But is marriage worth the battle scars of such a relentless opponent? There is also a traitor in Kaireen’s clan, who frames them for a rival laird’s death, she and Bram must find a way to escape the unforeseen darkness. I wrote this story learning that Lauchlin or Lochlann was the Gaelic word for Viking. Since my grandmother’s maiden name was McLauchlin, I thought it would make an interesting story of how a Viking came to marry a stubborn Celtic girl. Even though my ancestry is Scottish, not Irish (as far as I know), but the magic and appeal of Ireland made me have the setting there instead. 2. Can you tell us a little about your favorite scene in the st