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Interview with Maisey Yates, author of The Last Di Sione Claims His Prize

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Watch our author video interview, “15 minutes with… Maisey Yates,” now! Here, we discuss Yates’ writing process, her Copper Ridge series and what she has slated for the rest of 2017! You don’t want to miss this interview brought to you by BookTrib.com, a Meryl Moss Media production. “I want that painting. It is my last Lost Mistress. My Lost Love.”  Alessandro Di Sione is renowned for being cold and unsentimental, but even he can’t deny his grandfather’s dream of retrieving a painting steeped in royal scandal. Yet the key to its return is the outspoken Princess Gabriella. While traveling together to Isola D’Oro to locate the mysterious painting, Gabby is drawn to the man tortured by guilt from his past. Her innocence makes…

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5 Uplifting and Joyful Reads in Honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, bringing an important issue and experience into the national spotlight. Here at BookTrib, we want to celebrate this month with uplifting books that radiate happiness, matching the strength and courage that we see in the women and men who are directly dealing with this disease every day. Breast cancer affects so many people, from the ones who are fighting to the family and friends who are aiding in that fight. Since obviously books always bring us joy, here are five recent reads that we hope will bring a smile to your face as well: The Magnolia Story, Chip and Joanna Gaines, with Mark Dagostino (Thomas Nelson, October 18, 2016) Any lover of HGTV has…

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15 New Contemporary Romances We’re Obsessing Over

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We definitely enjoy our fair share of vampires and fantasy worlds here at BookTrib, and we’re pretty much willing to read any historical romance with a Fabio-style hottie baring his six-pack on the cover. But every once in a while it’s nice to dive into a straightforward contemporary romance novel. The setting is familiar, the characters are relatable, and there are no corsets in sight. Whether these novels feature motorcycle gangs, hot cowboys or businessmen who like to dominate in the bedroom, we’re hooked on modern romances. Here are 15 new contemporary romances that we can’t stop obsessing over this month: With Every Breath: A Slow Burn Novel, Maya Banks (Avon, August 23, 2016) Thanks to her unorthodox alpha heroes,…

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The 25 Beach Bag Books You Should be Reading — WIN a Bag FULL of Books!

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There’s nothing quite like being at the beach. Picture it, you’re lying in the warm sun, listening to the waves crash in front of you as the beautiful breeze keeps you cool; it’s pretty much every person’s dream day. The only thing that can make it even better is having the perfect beach read to really help you kick back and relax. Well, get ready because we’ve got the perfect list for all of those gorgeous summer beach days coming up. Here are 25 of the perfect books (in no particular order) that you definitely NEED to have in your beach bag. WIN 12 of the 25 amazing books below and a BookTrib Tote Bag!  Click the bag to ENTER: The Girls In The Garden…

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Heat Index: 5 Hot New Harlequin Romance Books We’re Literally Loving

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Let’s be honest, for the most part everyone loves a good love story. HEAs (Happily Ever After, for those of you who are new) are what I live for, whether it’s a book or a movie. Contemporary romance literally has my heart. So it makes complete sense that Harlequin books are top on my reading list. For this week’s Heat Index, I decided to list the new Harlequin reads that I’ve had on my list and that never disappointed me once I hit the last page. I’m pretty confident they won’t let you down either. Plus, you know, there are those covers! #swoon Hard Rain: The Montana Hamiltons, B.J. Daniels (March 22) “Hard Rain continues to satisfy readers. Crossing multiple genres, Daniels successfully combines Western…

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Hilarious (and Cringe-worthy) First Date Tales from Your Favorite Romance Authors

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First dates are typically never fun. They’re awkward and sometimes painful, but always memorable. Just ask these five romance authors who have experienced both the highs and lows of first dates. Here, Maisey Yates, B.J. Daniels, Lori Foster, Jennifer Probst and Jodi Thomas share their funny, sweet and nightmare tales about their first dates. So if you’re heading out on a first date this Valentine’s Day, just remember that no matter what happens, you’re definitely not the first person to experience a cringe-worthy night. Or you just might meet your husband. It’s a toss up, really. Happy Valentine’s Day! Maisey Yates A co-worker and I decided to go on a date once. I knew it wasn’t off to the best start when…

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Live Interview with Maisey Yates and A Christmas Vow of Seduction (Princes of Petras)

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A Christmas present for the man who has everything…  With one band of gold Prince Andres of Petras can erase his past—albeit pleasurable—sins. But his prospective bride is untamable Princess Zara, so the playboy prince must seduce her into compliance and crown her by Christmas! The wayward princess of Tirimia has spent years hiding her untouched heart, and her convenient husband-to-be seems determined to keep it that way. Yet his caresses promise a sensual awakening that’s impossible to resist. But once Zara’s given him her hand and her body, it won’t be long before he has her heart… A passionate read for Christmas nights! Meet the Author MAISEY YATES sold her first book at age twenty-three. Since then it’s been a…

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How Maisey Yates’ Own Romance Sparks Her Fiction

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These are themes that I find myself constantly drawn to as a writer: from friends to lovers, best friend’s older brothers, and from enemies to lovers. And in Bad News Cowboy (HQN, 2015), I think I found a way to mix all three. Jack Monaghan is a family friend to the Garretts. He’s someone who has always been there, and Kate Garrett can’t remember life without him. He’s a family friend, he’s older—and she’s kind of starting to hate him. Because of what he makes her feel these days. I think I gravitate to these themes because they’re reflective of my real life romance. My husband was my boss and friend prior to us getting involved romantically and I’ve lived…

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