Archive for November 25th, 2013


Jolanda W.

wins a digital copy of Chaos Born by Rebekah Turner


Kare, Maureen, and Amy Rickman

win their choice of ebook from books 1-5 in the Six Pack Ranch series by Vivian Arend



wins Flash Forward by Juliet Madison


Diane Mc, Mary Preston, Glittergirl, and Colleen

wins a digital copy of the Midnight Ink anthology from Sidney Bristol


Quilt Lady

wins a digital copy of Hero’s Homecoming by Rebecca Crowley


Congrats! To claim your prize, please email mad @ romancereaderatheart.com (without the spaces). You have 48 hours to email before a new name is chosen.

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Highland Protector LARGENo ordinary hero can save Amber from death…it will take a Highland Protector

Amber MacCoinnich’s survival depends on her traveling to the twenty first century, or so her mother’s premonition told her. Death taunts Amber and offers peace in her endless pain. Without the mysterious savior her mother spoke of, Amber prepares for death only to wake with a handsome, dark stranger in her bed.

Gavin Kincaid spends his life shifting time in order to preserve and protect the MacCoinnich family and their line even though he’s never met one living MacCoinnich. A haunting portrait of a beautiful woman captures his attention and he embarks on a quest to put a name to the picture. When a colleague vanishes, the time-stream forces Kincaid to the twenty first century where he finds his mystifying woman close to death. His Druid gift can save her, but at what price? And when they both find themselves emotionally linked, the truth behind Kincaid’s heritage just might kill them both.


Top 5 Moments You Would Revisit If You Could Time Travel


Well, let’s be perfectly clear… I wouldn’t revisit any time I’ve ever been in. Two souls being in the same place at the same time can’t be good. The paradox you know.


However, if there are five moments in time I could visit they would go like this: And mind you, I must be assured that I’ll return to my own time before hell breaks loose.


5.) How about the week before Noah finished building the arc? I’d like to see the animals that didn’t make the cut.


4.) I’d like to sit in on the meeting that decided that the Golden Gate Bridge was going to be painted red. Were they smoking crack or what? On another thought, the seller of the red paint must have done some serious side-stepping to get that job.


3.) I’d kinda like to meet Joan of Arc about a year before she considered leading the French to tell her that dressing up as a boy was going to backfire.


2.) I’d like to kick back with some really awful wine and Nostradamus sometime when he was predicting the future…again, to see what didn’t make it into modern literature.


1.). I’d like to sit down with Ian and Lora MacCoinnich (From my time travel series.) when they first meet to tell them just how important their family was going to be for the safety of their race.  (What? You didn’t expect this entire post to be about real stuff, did you?)


Bybee Author PhotoNew York Times & USA Today bestselling author Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but after graduating high school, she moved to Southern California in hopes of becoming a movie star. After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms. She now writes full-time and has penned novels Wife by Wednesday, Married by Monday, and Not Quite Dating. Bybee lives with her husband and two teenage sons in Southern California.  










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