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Christie Sapp-Bilky-ecopies of Gem's McCallister collection.
Winner of the April $25 gift certificate, this month from Barnes and Noble, is Clare O’Beara. Congratulations!
Michelle Gallegos wins an ecopy of Gem's Eclipse Heat title, Five Card Stud!
Winner of the March $25 gift certificate, this month from All Romance eBooks, is wyndwhisper. Congratulations!
Winner of an eCopy of River's Edge by Gem Sivad is Mawmom.
Winner of the February $25 gift certificate, this month from Siren Publishing, is jwl321. Congratulations!
Winner of an ecopy of BA Tortuga's Mr. Unlucky is SlinkyDennis. Congratulations!
Winner of an ecopy of Cowboy Jackpot: Valentine's Day is seawitchreviews. Congratulations!
Winner of Misplaced Princess or an ebook of the winner's choice from Mari Carr's backlist is Sara Gallagher.
Winner of the January $25 gift certificate, this month from Samhain, is seawitchreviews. Congratulations!
Congrats to DebG - winner of C.H. Admirand's ARC: One Day in Apple Grove!!
Winners from MOLLY GOES TO CHURCH - each get a Sable Hunter Cookbook! Susan T., Lucinda Copeland and Joye. Congratulations!
Three winners--Clare, Jackie and Carin--each win an Eclipse Heat cowboy title to curl up with tonight!
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Author Archives: Larissa Lyons
About Larissa LyonsA lover of all things historical and feline, author Larissa Lyons also has a soft spot for hard cowboys. Visit LarissaLyons.com to learn more.
Welcome to nightstand Roundup, Round 2! When we did this last year, I learned about erotic Western writer Gem Sivad for the first time (did you catch her recent guest blog here at WWC?). Let’s see what new and wonderful … Continue reading →
Recently folks were Tweeting about the three things they wanted right now to be happy and content. With a brand new year upon us, that got me to reflecting…and thinking about the list I created in high school–back when things … Continue reading →
Howdy! I hope everyone is having a fabulous start to December. Christmas novellas are one of my absolute favorite types of stories to read. Whether they’re Westerns, erotics, Regencies, or — surprise — even contemporaries, there is just something I … Continue reading →
There will be some accurate historical tidbits at the end of today’s post, but we start with a fictionalized account written during the 1980s–when I was 15! (So please make allowances. This was before my Professional Author Quality Controls kicked … Continue reading →
I’ve been on a real reading kick lately (I guess when the writer doesn’t feel like writing, reading is there to fill the void ). It seems my shot of choice the past few weeks has been historical westerns. Without … Continue reading →
So I’m reading a book recently. It’s in print. I’m holding it in my hands. While there’s nothing wrong with the writing, neither does it shine; it’s just…flat. The story seems kind of predictable too. I’m considering, for the second … Continue reading →
Last month I shared the first half of Life in the Country, a Tale of Kitty Woe — and Rescue. Now it’s time for the conclusion… So after mice invaded the homestead, reinforcements were brought in — Tucker, a one-year-old … Continue reading →
Welcome to the first installment, part 1 of 2, of Life in the Country, a Tale of Kitty Woe — and Rescue. Once upon a time in the country, a girl moved there from the big city (she’d left to … Continue reading →
Long holiday weekends are a great time to vacation but also to stay at home. When I know we have a few quiet days coming up on the homefront, I like to consider my movie options so I can plan … Continue reading →