If you love sizzling sports romance, you’ll love PLAYING UNTIL THE END.
Here’s the blurb:
Superstar quarterback Trent Lockheed teams up with desperately ambitious research doctor, Charline Morneau. She’s running a financially struggling drug trial.
She sees him as her ticket to fund the research that could heal her crippled mother.
He sees her drug trial as his ticket to hang onto his career with the extra healing power of her miracle serum.
To get what they want, they will both need to break cardinal rules of their professions and that could destroy them.
But the scorching attraction between them could destroy them first…
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If you love sports, especially football, especially this time of year, then you will appreciate this set of 8 sports romance novels. This box set is available on Amazon for $0.99 and FREE on Kindle Unlimited.
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Quite a line-up!
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Here’s the blurb:
Ex-special ops legend Dane Blaise never wanted a partner, but he owed the governor. Working alongside gorgeous Scotland Yard detective Shana George to find a missing heiress would either drive him crazy–or get someone killed….
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I love talking to romance authors. And with my trusty cell phone and a you tube channel, I can share some of my quick chats with you. This past summer the Romance Writers of America held their annual conference in New York City and I managed to catch up with a few authors.
Here’s a quick interview with the gracious author Hanna Rhys Barnes. We met at the Indie Book Signing and had the opportunity to share some lunch later. There couldn’t be a lovelier lady to spend some time with.
Here’s our quick chat where Hanna shares a bit about herself.
Visit Hanna’s website for more information on her mesmerizing books.
Picture a high school chemistry class back in the 1960s, everyone is dressed formally for school and sitting attentively. Mr. Green is in front of the class in his white lab coat standing behind one of those lab counters with various beakers and dishes.
“Today’s lesson is on the properties of acids and bases. Here’s an acid, hydrochloric acid. See what happens to this apple sitting in this beaker when I pour some acid on it.”
There’s violent gurgling and smoke and the apple disintegrates.
Then the same thing happens to a second apple when he pours a base, lye, on it.
“Now,” he says, standing there with his protective goggles, “Let’s see what happens when we mix the hydrochloric acid and the lyme together.”
He mixes the two in a third beaker. Then he asks, “What properties do you think this mixture has? Will it disintegrate an apple?”
The class choruses a resounding “Yes!”
He says, “Let’s test your hypothesis about the corrosive nature of this mixture. But I’m not going to pour it on an apple.”
He lifts the beaker and says, “I’m going to drink it.”
THE CLASS SUCKS IN THEIR COLLECTIVE BREATHS WITH A BIG “Woah.”
Then they watch in HORROR, hands to their open mouths, eyes wide, as Mr. Green brings the beaker filled with a mixture of acid and lye,
AND HE DRINKS IT.
The class explodes with concern and anxiety, thinking he’s lost his mind, ready to run to the office to call an ambulance.
But Mr. Green, my mischievous father, after drinking some of the mixture, puts the beaker down, wipes his sleeve across his mouth and says,
There’s confusion and disbelief as the students watch him, seeing that he isn’t choking or falling to the floor and they’re like, “What?”
He says, “When you mix hydrochloric acid and lye together it makes salt water.”
And that, my friends, was one POWERFUL lesson on the effects of mixing chemicals and the benefit of knowing something about chemistry.