We love to start conversations at Read It Again. This month one of our conversations will be about Romance! We have a very special panel of romance authors lined up for your personal pleasure. We plan on discussing what it means to be a romance writer, how romance has effected other genres and how the genre has changed over the years. So come, join the conversation!
Tracy Solheim is an old friend of the store. She received a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Tennessee landed me in Washington, DC, where she wrote reports for Congress while pursuing a Master’s degree in Legislative Affairs from The George Washington University. Later Tracy worked briefly in television production for NBC Sports at the Seoul Olympics. Currently, Tracy live in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia, with her husband, and a wild Labrador Retriever named Harper. Tray is happiest when my two young adult kids are home for a visit. When she's not writing, she enjoys photography, cooking, and, what else, reading!
Tracy currently has ten books published and two books on the way! Here is a look at her latest book-
Recipe for Disaster
Secret Service Agent Griffin Keller always gets his man. And his woman. In pursuit of an international counterfeiter known only as "The Artist", Griffin stumbles across paintings stolen from the White House and swapped with forgeries. His only clue to the thief's identity–a dish towel from the White House kitchen.
White House pastry chef Marin Chevalier desperately needs a date to her cousin's society wedding. Unfortunately, her busy schedule leaves her little opportunity to meet eligible men. When a sexy Secret Service agent shows up in her kitchen—and just about everywhere else she goes—Marin believes she's finally met the perfect date. But when a series of frightening accidents and near misses plague her, Marin must rely on Griffin as more than just her "plus-one."
As dead bodies begin to pile up around Marin, Griffin is convinced she’s the link to The Artist. Too bad the curvy chef has gotten under his skin like no other woman. When the clues finally fall into place and Griffin realizes Marin is not the suspect, but instead the target, he'll risk everything in his arsenal to keep her safe.
Natasha Boyd is a USA Today bestselling and award-winning author of contemporary romance and historical fiction. She has lived on three continents, and currently lives and writes full-time in the Southeast USA.
Her work is available in English, Italian, Turkish, German, French, and Indonesian.
All Beau Montgomery, one of Charleston's most eligible bachelors, wants to do is build boats. He has no interest in marriage whatsoever ... until it means he might not get his inheritance and he can kiss his boat building dreams goodbye. But the hungry hordes of Charleston debutantes looking to score a Montgomery scare him sh*tless.
Gwen "Gracie" Thomas has loved Beau Montgomery since she used to run barefoot around the marina as a scrappy teenager. Knowing she'll never fit into his high society family, she decided long ago that she'd become his indispensable best friend rather than not be in his life at all. When he tells
Bestselling author Jillian Neal likes her coffee strong and sweet with a shot of sinful spice, the same way she likes her cowboys. In fact, her caffeine addiction is quite possibly considered illicit in several states as are a few of the things her characters do. When she’s not writing or reading, you’ll find her in the kitchen trying out new recipes or coming up with
excuses reasons to purchase yet another handbag or make an additional trip to Sephora. Though she’ll always be a Bama girl at heart, Jillian hangs up her hat and kicks up her boots outside of Atlanta with her hunk-of-a-husband and her teenage sons.
H. A. L. O. Redeemed: A Broken HALO Novel
This wasn’t the Happy Ending I wanted. He isn’t supposed to be my protector, my savior, or even my soldier.He’s only supposed to be my friend. But one night in his bed redefines my past and our future.He’s forbidden. He was my husband’s closest friend, the man he trusted above all others. But my husband didn’t come home. His death left us grappling for solid ground on which to stand.T makes me remember all I’d chosen to forget. I help him forget all he forces himself to recall.Can we build the foundation required for us to go on together?When my life is threatened, am I destined to lose him as well?