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Wednesday, December 10, 2014

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Check out John Stamos' video and preorder your copy of Romance to the Rescue Benefiting Animal Rescue!



Romance to the Rescue box set featuring authors Eliza Knight, Marie Force, Bella Andre, Debra Holland, and Lauren Royal.

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10 novels from New York Times & USA Today bestselling authors! 5 contemporary romances and 5 historical romances, all featuring beloved pets. All proceeds benefit Tails of Joy Animal Rescue.

FOOL FOR LOVE by Marie Force

Gansett Island: As a vet tech Janey McCarthy sees some hard cases—and adopts them all. Her pets provide comfort after she catches her fiancĂ© with another woman, as does her brother's best friend, Joe Cantrell, who has been in love with Janey forever.

IF YOU WERE MINE by Bella Andre
San Francisco: The last thing Zach Sullivan wants is to watch his brother's puppy for two weeks. Until he meets the dog trainer, that is. Heather is bright, beautiful, and he can't stop thinking about her…and she just might be the only woman on earth who wants nothing to do with him.

THE HIGHLANDER’S CONQUEST by Eliza Knight
Medieval Scotland: Lady Aliah is skeptical of Sir Blane, who’s come to escort her to Scotland. She demands her loyal hound, Frosty, accompany them as her personal guard. When her escort reveals his true identity, she can’t decide which is more fearsome: his Scottish ancestry or his seductive kiss.

PAINTED MONTANA SKY by Debra Holland
Montana, 1895: After rancher Tyler Dunn rescues Lily Maxwell’s dog from being swept away by the river, an attraction develops between them. Yet both have secrets that hold them back from love. Can these lonely souls find their hearts’ desires under the majestic Montana sky?

BETTER THAN BEFORE by Kathryn Shay
New York: Charismatic and super rich venture capitalist Spence Wickham makes a bet with his brother to join an online dating service and prove people lie on these sites. But his deceit trips him up with sweet and generous Annie Hopkins, who’s looking for the type of man he’s pretending to be.

LILY by Lauren Royal
England, 1677: Lily Ashcroft loves animals and is usually surrounded by her beloved strays. Whenever a new one finds her, she feels lucky. But Lily's not so lucky when it comes to romantic love. She’s fallen for dashing Lord Randal Nesbitt…but her older sister Rose wants him, and Rose is supposed to marry first.

THE COLOR OF A DREAM by Julianne MacLean
Boston: Recovering from a heart transplant, Nadia Carmichael is haunted by a recurring dream about her donor. It’s not until Nadia meets his estranged brother Jesse—a dog-loving rescue pilot—that she begins to explore the true nature of her dreams and discover what her new heart truly desires…

HIS FORBIDDEN TOUCH by Shelly Thacker
A mythical kingdom, 1302: Disgraced ex-knight Royce Saint-Michel has the chance to reclaim his birthright—if he agrees to escort the lovely Princess Ciara to her royal wedding. They must survive a treacherous journey through snowy Alpine passes…where forbidden love proves as dangerous than the assassins on their trail.

RIVER’S BEND by JoAnn Ross
Southern Oregon: Welcome to River’s Bend, where spurs have a job to do and cowboy hats aren’t a fashion accessory. Sheriff Cooper Murphy and his “deputy” dog Hummer not only keep the peace, they ease a major life transition for widowed newcomer Rachel Hathaway and her young son.

PASSION’S EXILE by Glynnis Campbell
Scotland, 1391: Once noble Sir Pierce of Mirkhaugh now wanders Scotland as the sword-for-hire known as Blade. His latest mission goes awry when runaway falconer Lady Rose joins the entourage. Just as she tamed her crippled but beloved pet Wink, she gentles outlaw Blade to her hand.
 

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