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Today at H&H: Dangerous, Hidden, and Killer: Lora Leigh’s Tempting SEALs Series

Sigh, what a way to start the day … three hunky SEALs falling prey to the women the love. It’s true in Lora Leigh‘s Tempting SEAL series, that the bigger you are, the harder you fall. I hope you’ll read more over at Heroes & Heartbreakers.

Be sure to leave a comment while you’re there, and it’d be great if you’d spread the word. Happy reading!


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Today at H&H – Visions of Sugar Plums: The Stephanie Plum Holiday Diet

If you’re looking for an alternative to the boring, cliched ol’ concept of dieting to, you know, lose weight, you might want to check out my sugar-filled dieting post on Heroes & Heartbreakers.

If you’re not already a fan of Janet Evanovich’s long-running Stephanie Plum series, I can guarantee this’ll change your mind. Now, where’s my bacon?


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Addictive Adventure from Cherry Adair

As a creative thinker, I’ve always had a pretty interesting career … mainly because I’m rarely bored can always find something funky to do. Several firsts come to mind: the first million dollar marketing campaign I was able to manage at Nortel Networks; the first avenue banners I designed and saw hanging downtown in Raleigh for Theatre In The Park; the first international conference booth signage I designed for Vision Share, Inc. (and its unveiling at a medical conference in Germany); the release of my first contemporary romance, The Right Words; and now my participation as a blogger with MacMillan’s Heroes and Heartbreakers.

I work professionally as Dolly R. Sickles, publish romance under the pseudonym Becky Moore, will publish my first children’s book in the spring under my maiden name Dolly Dozier, and am now excited to blog for the romance industry as Dolly Sickles.

I hope you’ll take a few minutes to read about Cherry Adair’s addictive adventure, and then take a few more to leave a comment. I’m really interested to hear what YOU find addictive in literature.

Thanks!