Posts Tagged ‘Avery Flynn’

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We love a good Contemporary Romance and we love Avery Flynn, so we’re just a little overjoyed to share this cover with you! Don’t miss the cover to the next in the Bad Boy Homecoming series.

And before we dive in, here’s a little about Trouble by Avery Flynn:

A high school reunion is about to get down and dirty and a whole lot more complicated in this new erotic romance from award winning author Avery Flynn.

Brains and a badass attitude. That’s all troublemaker Leah Camacho took with her when she left Catfish Creek. She’d promised herself she’d never go back, but when the invite to her tenth high school reunion arrived along with the chance to show everyone who doubted her what a success she’s made of herself, she couldn’t resist. However, when she discovers a 15-carat, stolen diamond in her rental car’s glove box, there’s only one man she can turn to for help—the same sexy, stubborn domineering man who’d smashed her heart all those years ago.

Sheriff Drew Jackson knew a long time ago that Leah Camacho was nothing but trouble and has sworn to never get caught up in her again—no matter how damn sexy she is or how badly he’d failed to forget her. But, when the woman who test drove his heart right into a concrete wall rolls into Catfish Creek with some serious bad guys on her tail, it’s up to him to keep her safe—even if that means guarding her hot bod 24/7 without giving into temptation or losing his mind.

Drumroll, please:

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Guest Post: “Calling All Fake Fiancées” by Avery Flynn

Her Enemy Protector Avery Flynn

If you could take a peek at my bookshelves, you would see that there are certain romance tropes I love and — not surprisingly — a lot of those tropes are ones that I love to write. One of my favorites is the fake fiancée.

In Her Enemy Protector, the hero—Lucas—blackmails the heroine—Ruby—into being his fake fiancée. Sure, it’s not a nice thing to do, but he really does have the best reasons for doing it (the fate of the world is at stake). Lucas expects Ruby to be trouble but what he doesn’t expect is to fall for her. Don’t ya hate it when that happens? grin

So to celebrate the fake engagement (and all that wedding planning) in Her Enemy Protector, here are some fun recommendations for fake relationship movies for your binge watching pleasure!

The Proposal

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Aural Pleasures: Music to Storm the Castle from Avery Flynn

His Undercover Princess Avery Flynn

There was absolutely no way in the world that I was going to write a book featuring a princess  (His Undercover Princess, out now) that didn’t involve storming the castle. Nope. Wasn’t gonna happen.


So in prepping to write the climactic scene, I had to get in the right mood. How better to do that then to watch The Princess Bride?

Princess Bride

It was wonderful! But it didn’t quite get there. I needed more. I needed music. Here are the five best songs I found if you’re in the mood to storm a castle.

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Guest Post: “Geek Like Me” by Avery Flynn

Designed For Murder Avery Flynn

I need to start off by letting you know that I’m writing this while wearing a T-shirt with a picture of Darth Vader rollerskating with an old school boom box on his shoulder. It’s true, I geek out way too hard on things. I already have my tickets to see Star Wars, I have a life-sized cardboard of Dean Winchester in my office along with a bazillion romance novels, Dr. Who Legos, a Kermit the Frog lunchbox and a Wonder Woman apron.

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Guest Post: “Romance Junkies” by Avery Flynn

Dodging Temptation Avery Flynn

Hi, my name’s Avery Flynn and I’m a romance junkie. It all started in middle school with purloined copies of my mother’s V.C. Andrews and Jackie Collins. So brazen did I become that my sixth grade teacher – oh, she of the see-through blouses – sent my mom a note ratting me out for bringing The Thorn Birds for my independent reading time.

That wasn’t enough to rid me of my demons. No. I scoured used book stores for dogeared Harlequin novels. The sweet and sheltered heroine whose innocence reels in the arrogant and demanding hero (who later in life I realized was often a total prick). I’d devour the books in one marathon session in the tub, refilling it with hot water as necessary. Then I discovered Johanna Lindsey’s regency romance novels. Independent, smart, spitfire heroines out to right a wrong. And the heroes? Oh, yeah. Brawn and brains – and a title to boot.

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