Monday, May 29, 2017

Ready To Roll The Dice?

We're celebrating the first of our poppies along with the release of All In For Love on June 1, 2017. Here's the deets:



ALL IN FOR LOVE
     Six award-winning authors bring you six *sweet to sensual* romances filled with suspense, thrills and maybe even a ghost or two—for less than the price of a cup of coffee—99 cents!

Welcome to La Bonne Chance Resort & Casino!

     With thousands of people passing through the casino’s doors on a daily basis, it’s no surprise that a variety of lives and loves are on the line there. It’s said that you’re more likely to lose your heart at La Bonne Chance than a hand of poker. Whether you are the Director of Casino Operations or the guy who created its software, a jilted bride or a black jack dealer, a past guest’s ghost or a sous chef--when it comes to love, the stakes are high.
     Thank goodness what happens at La Bonne Chance, doesn’t always stay at La Bonne Chance….

Ready to roll the dice with?

An Inn Decent Proposal, Sharon BuchbinderCan an hotelier with a past and a chef with a future revive the grand dame in a neglected old inn?

Perfect Odds, Lashanta CharlesWhen a jilted bride meets the man of her dreams, will she embrace the new plan, or cling stubbornly to the old one?

A Ghost To Die For, Keta DiabloShe didn't believe in ghosts...until one showed up in her room.

Raising Kane, Kat Henry DoranFunny how a night in jail will change a woman's outlook on life.

For Money Or Love, Margo HoornstraShe's the one woman he can't afford to lose.

Take A Chance On Me, M.J. SchillerWho do you count on when the chips are down?

To Purchase All In For Love, go to:



To learn more about the box set and its authors, go to:









Fun Facts About . . .

Sharon Buchbinder
Sharon Buchbinder and her husband used to breed and show Egyptian Maus and Color Point Persians (formerly called Himalayans). If you’ve ever seen the mockumentary, Best in Show, you have an idea of what life was like 24 out of 52 weekends a year for this wild and crazy couple. When Sharon returned to school for her PhD in 1986, she decided a doctoral program plus a toddler plus a full time job was more than enough and they placed all their cats in good homes—including their own.

Lashanta Charles
So I don't really have anything too witty, but I have a 6-year-old with a sharp tongue. One of the things I always tell my kids is that mommy and daddy knows everything. So one day I'm taking my daughter to the store to buy toys with her birthday money. This is how the conversation went:
Her: So, who gave me this birthday money?
Me: Poppy (Grandad)
Her: Oh, I really miss Poppy. I want to go see him.
Me: Well, you have to wait until this summer, when you're out of school.
Her: Why?
Me: Because you have to learn things in school and if you miss a day, you'll miss what you need to learn and then you won't know everything.
Her: Ohhhhh, you mean like you and daddy don't really know everything even though you say you do?
Me: *speechless*

Keta Diablo
Keta once dressed up as old man on Halloween and picked up her 9th grader at school in costume! Needless to say, he wasn't pleased. In fact, he refused to get in the car. She followed him out of the parking lot and down the street for two blocks before he'd even look at her. Yes, he finally got in, but didn't appreciate her humor...at all. Update: He's in college now and says the "old man" incident is now one of his fondest childhood memories. 

Kat Doran
There was the time I played private duty nurse for my uncle, a parish priest, after he underwent a resection of an aortic aneurysm. It was a very scary for the entire family, for a number of different reasons. It became my job to ensure Father Joe got sufficient rest which boiled down to playing traffic cop and time-keeper on visitors. On one afternoon, I could see Joe was fatigued and needed a nap. As I rounded up the crowd to send them out the door, one smirked at me.
"Who's Nurse Ratched, Joe?" he asked.
I said, "Who are you, the Pope?"
He said, "Close to it, honey. I'm the Bishop."

Margo Hoornstra
Becoming a coffee connoisseur wasn’t an instant fall head over heels event for Margo Hoornstra. Initial cups were loaded with milk and sugar. When the children arrived, two AM feedings coupled with six AM risings for work necessitated more indispensable caffeine. Flavored, iced, lattes and such, a true coffee aficionado, she covets them all.

M.J. Schiller
One day--when M.J.'s triplets were about two, and her eldest four--she was doing laundry and matching up the socks, one of her least favorite chores. She lined them up all along her arms as she hunted for their mates. After a bit of fruitless searching, she glanced at the time and realized she needed to hustle to be on time for a prayer service she was attending at her church. 

She made it in time, her four children in tow, and removed her coat before kneeling to say a prayer. An half hour later, as she piously prayed along with the congregation, her eldest asked, "Mommy, why do you have a sock on your shoulder?" She had missed removing one of her husband's long, mateless gym socks!



15 comments:

  1. Morning Kat and Veronica. Thanks for the showboat opportunity here.

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    1. Anytime!
      You helped make this one a go
      Kat

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  2. What a fun way to get to know the authors. I pre-ordered and can't wait to read about the escapades at the casino. Something to look forward to, in my Kindle "mailbox".

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    1. Thanks, Deb
      this post is a perfect way to start off a blog tour. Here's to you!
      Kat

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    2. Thank you, Deb! I hope you enjoy it!

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  3. Love the sound of the stories! Good luck with the set.

    Also love the Fun Facts. And I'm still chuckling over the Bishop.

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    1. Not one of my more sterling moments as I recall. My uncle just sighed and said, "Please don't chase anyone out again, Kathryn." Emphasis on Kathryn. I knew I was in a bit of hot water then. Oh, well.
      thanks for stopping by Barbara. Hope you enjoy the set.
      Kat

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  4. Looks like a terrific set of books--defininitely by some wild women!

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    1. Thanks, Susan!
      We appreciate the support.
      Kat

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  5. Loved all of the little get to know you paragraphs of the authors. Hope your set has great sales.

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Katherine. Glad to know you like the getting to know you snippets.
      Best
      Kat

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  6. Hey, Kat! Loved your story! Pope or bishop, he needed to leave, right? I'm sure you were a wonderful caretaker! Thanks for having us on today!

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