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Q&A with Carolyn LaRoche!

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1. Tell us about your newest release.   Witness Protection is the first book in the Defenders of Love Series. Witness Protection is the kind of book I like to read. It has the perfect balance of action, adventure, sexual tension and cops with big guns. NYPD cop Angelina Ferrara is in witness protection from an undercover job gone wrong and Logan James has been forced to undercover in a gig he hates. When a hit goes out on Angelina, she is forced to accept his help and finds herself losing her heart to him in the process.                            BUY LINK 2. What was one of the most surprising things you learned in creating your story?   I always knew I had a different kind of sense of humor but when I went back and read some of the things I wrote for Logan's Aunt Clara, I realized just "different" it was! 3. Do you have any interesting or quirks or rituals? Before I can sit down to write I have to do absolutely everything I can think of first. Load the d

Promo Spotlight: The Laws of Seduction by Gwen Jones

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Deleted Scene “A Weave of Bone and Flesh and Sentiment”             Rex steepled his hands and smiled, the candleglow lighting his face serenely. He didn’t say anything, just let his gaze sink into me as if we communicated by some buried, transdermal cable. Perhaps he knew how I marveled in his drenched, dark eyes or the soft lines of his face, or how completely beside myself I felt right then as he looked at me, so happy. I lay my hand on the table, beckoning his to join mine.             “This was wonderful,” I told him.             He squeezed my fingers, regarding the weave of bone and flesh and sentiment, an odd mix of gratitude and longing flashing his face before he settled into more familiar territory.             “I have wonderful taste,” he said smugly.             I leaned over and kissed him, light and quick, and whispered, “And you taste wonderful, too.”             He tossed his napkin to the table. “Let’s get out of here.”             And just as we e