Archive | November, 2012

Come Get Your KIX With Me!

28 Nov

I’ll be chatting live on the radio with Kimberly Kaye, host of 96 KIX Radio.  I’m honored to be the Author of the Week this Thursday, November 29th.  Make sure to tune in at 1 PM CST. You won’t want to miss this as I talk about my sizzling hot new romance, DELAY OF GAME.  This book has murder, mystery, and of course, lots of steamy romance!

And for you sports lovers, you’ll get to learn more about Romancing the Jock, a new blog I’m featured on along with a host of other talented authors who love writing about sports and romance.

To listen, click on the link below:

http://chantarand.com/

Check out the book trailer

Available on Amazon and Barnes & Noble

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Drop and Give Me 20 – LICKS!

9 Nov

Veterans Day is the day we observe to honor and thank all military personnel who served the United States in all wars. I’m the proud daughter of a Vietnam and a Korean war veteran (Hi Dad!).

I salute all the veterans out there who put their lives on the line so we can enjoy the freedoms we often take for granted.

One of the freedoms we enjoy is the ability to read whatever we want.  In honor of Veterans Day, I’m listing a few books with military themes.

So, on Veterans Day, remember those who served, fly your American flag high, and get engrossed in a juicy novel – ’cause there ain’t nothin’ sexier than a man in uniform!

  • The Grunt – LaTrivia S. Nelson (This is good one! Dang – just look at the cover. That should be motivation enough!)
  • Special Forces – Erisa Knowles
  • Until There Was You – Jessica Scott
  • Dating A Cougar – Donna McDonald (I’m currently reading this one!)
  • Her Forbidden Hero – Laura Kaye
  • The Edge of Trust – KT Bryan
  • Saints and Sinners – Capri Montgomery
  • Will and Dena: Love and Life in WWII – Bob Rogers
  • The Sweetest Temptation – Rochelle Ayers
  • Who Needs a Hero? – Jennifer L. Hart
  • Taken with the Enemy: Tia Fanning
  • The Path to Freedom – Lisa Pietsch

Okay, I’ve given you enough to get started. What the heck are you still doing here? Go read!