Sunday, November 10, 2013

Dangerous Attraction Boxed Set Release: Only 99 cents!

Today, I have a very exciting deal to share with you all! Ten of the best romantic suspense authors writing today have joined forces and created a boxed set called DANGEROUS ATTRACTION:  9 Full-Length Novels from Bestselling Authors, plus a Bonus Christmas Novella! The authors are celebrating the release with a 90% OFF SUPER SALE for 1 week only, pricing the entire boxed set at just 99 cents from November 10-16, so grab this deal while you can! Here's some more information about the books...

 From sweet to scorcher, these stories are a must read. It’s a mini-vacation for your mind for 99c! Fall in love with our sexy cops, tough military heroes, and hot CEOs. Treat yourself to an amazing reading experience by some of the top authors of romantic suspense.

includes the following 9 full-length novels and a bonus novella:

Ignited by award-winning author and national bestselling author, Kaylea Cross – Can sexy ex-SEAL, Hunter keep Khalia safe from the men who took her father’s life? (Scorcher)     

Secret Guardian by international bestselling author, Jill Sanders – Will ex-special forces hero, Ethan, save Ann in time, only to lose himself to love? (Scorcher)    

Deathscape by Daphne du Maurier Award of Excellence recipient and Rita Award finalist, Dana Marton – Detective Jack Sullivan will do anything to put Ashley in prison for her crimes…even if he’s falling in love with her. (Sensual) 

Legal Ease by award winning and national bestselling author Lori Ryan – Marrying Kelly solved the problems this steamy CEO faced at his company, but will he ever be able to forgive himself for the price she has to pay? (Scorcher)
The Killing Game by international bestselling author, Toni Anderson – Forced to choose between his country and his heart, British SAS Soldier, Ty Dempsey risks it all to save Axelle. (Sensual)

Fallen SEAL Legacy by national bestselling author, Sharon Hamilton – Will Navy SEAL Cooper be able to survive the loss of the woman he loves, or will his self-sacrifice be enough to keep Libby safe? (Scorcher)

Three Days in Seattle by national bestselling author, Debra Burroughs – A gorgeous Blonde, a kidnapped Sister, a handsome Stranger, and a vengeful Killer. The desperate race is on to find the sister before both women wind up dead. (Sweet) 

See Me in Your Dreams by Patricia Rosemoor, Golden Heart Winner and two-time recipient of the Romantic Times Career Achievement Award – Her dreams allow her to see through his missing daughter's eyes, but he thinks she’s a con woman...until she dreams of something known only to him and the girl. (Sensual)  

Catching the Bad Guy by national bestselling author, Marie Astor – Top-notch white collar crime investigators Janet Maple and Dennis Walker team up to solve what could be the biggest case of their careers, but will their attraction to each other get in the way? (Sensual)

Bonus Christmas Novella, Christmas Captive by Romantic Times Career Achievement Award Winner and Rita Finalist, Ruth Glick (Rebecca York) – Her special sight let her glimpse the Christmases past of this international financier, but did he have a Christmas future?

Here's what some reviewers have said about the authors of Dangerous Attraction:
"Sexy romance with heart-stopping suspense!" - USA Today Bestselling Author Katie Reus

A Romantic Times Magazine Top Pick - "Thrills Abound!"

"A delicious blend of Romance and Suspense!" - Elizabeth Drewett

A top-notch mystery and great characters will keep readers speeding through the pages."  RT Book Reviews

"Rebecca York delivers page-turning suspense!"  - Nora Roberts


I also have a little sneak peak to share with you all about the writing lives of the fantastic authors included in the boxed set! Here's what they have to share...

Tell us about the space you write in. What do you see when you look around your writing space? Do you strive for calm and quiet or energized and invigorating? If you could change anything about that space, what would it be?

Lori Ryan: My office doubles as my writing space and my sewing room. It’s piled high with stacks of cut fabric for projects I didn’t finish and stacks of trays with spools of thread and their matching bobbins. I always shoot for calm and quiet because I write while the kids sleep. There are usually two of our three dogs laying on a bed or under my feet as I write. It’s a lot messier than I’d like it to be, but it gets the job done!

Dana Marton: I write on a child’s desk wedged between the kitchen and the living room. Having your desk so close to the fridge that you can reach into the freezer for an ice cream sandwich without getting up is not a good thing. Not that I ever do that….

Kaylea Cross: I write in a nook in my master bedroom. I’ve got a very comfy chaise lounge set up in the turret of our Victorian house, and that’s where I write. I like my space to be cozy and comforting but clutter free, so I like to keep things organized in pretty boxes and things like that. I always have a stack of military nonfiction books on hand, and I like to write to either the sound track I’ve put together for a particular series, or to old school jazz like Billie Holliday and Louis Armstrong.

Jill Sanders: Well, since we are in the process of renovating our home, my space is a folding desk in the corner of my bedroom for now. Once we are done, I will have a nice large office space with built in book shelves. Hopefully we will be finished soon. I do sit in front of a large window, looking out to my large front yard with a very nice view. I sometimes sit outside on our large deck or covered porch to write. I enjoy being in the peaceful settings.

Marie Astor: My office is a computer room in our apartment. It’s small and cozy, and I love it. I try to keep my desk neat, as I find that piles of paper stifle my creativity. The best part is that my desk faces the window. Whenever I hit a snag in the plot, I try to find the answer by staring at the sky. Most of the time it works.

Debra Burroughs:  I write in my home office, with the door closed and absolutely no distractions. I know some authors like music to keep their minds flowing, but I like complete silence to let my mind roam and dream up all sorts of stuff.  My desk is cluttered with my marketing calendar and notes and things like that. On the bulletin board in front of me are photos of who would play my characters if the story I am currently writing were a movie, which helps me see them in the scene. If I could change anything, I’d make my office neater, but who has time for that? I’d rather be writing.

Rebecca York: I don’t want to write in just one space, so I move around the house.  If I want to curl up on a bed with some cats, I write in bedroom, which I decorated in blue and cream to look like a beach cottage.  Other times I write in the sun room which is filled with orchids, green plants and some eight to fifteen foot trees.  It’s my own little jungle. High up on the wall is an artificial vine with an parrot and monkey looking down on me.  And over near one of the windows is a forty gallon tank where a couple of koi swim lazily. Sometimes I take the cats out on the screened porch, otherwise known as the catio, where I can write and listen to the waterfall flowing into the pond while they watch the birds and squirrels.

Patricia Rosemoor: I have two home offices. The original has my desktop, printer, router, copies of all the books I have written on shelves, whatever supplies I need. The second office has a wall of books, both those I've read and boxes filled with copies of mine. It has my color printer, my shredder, and it's where I charge my netbook and my Kindle Fire. But I only work in those places doing all the other things that aren't writing. I write on a laptop near the bay windows in my living room in a giant recliner, often with my cat Blitzen on the table next to me for inspiration.

Toni Anderson: I used to work in a cupboard but last year I got a new desk and a great big monitor. I love it! My walls are painted a pale petrol blue and I have lots of shelves for books and boxes (where I keep my research). I do have a dedicated office but the house is open-plan, so if everyone gets loud and rowdy I don’t get much work done. If I could change one thing about my space it would be having some sliding doors for those days when I really need to work.

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