TWRP New Release Spotlight – PLUS Fun Facts and Favorite Lines…

I’m happy to share some brand new releases from The Wild Rose Press. Check out these exciting stories and be sure to follow the authors.

 

Ashantay Peters with Death Rub, a Mystery Novel

Class reunions can be murder, even after finding the perfect dress 

Interesting Tidbit: 

I was having a chair massage when the idea for this book niggled into my brain. My massage therapist didn’t seem as enthused as I was about the plot, however. Hmm…I wonder if she thought I was making a personal comment about her skills.  Not so! My fictional massage therapist, Maggie, is a true heroine – facing her past and working past her fears to reach a better future. But then, I think anyone who confronts their dark side is heroic.

Favorite Line(s):

“He tasted like cinnamon with a piquant aftertaste of dark chocolate.”

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Find Death Rub here:

Wild Rose Press – Click Here

Amazon – Click Here

Find Ashantay here: 

Web site –www.ashantay.com

Email – ashantay.peters@gmail.com

Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/ashantay.peters

Amazon Author –https://www.amazon.com/author/ashantaypeters

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Diana Green with Dragon Wife, Paranormal Romance Novel

Beware the dragon when he finds his mate.

Interesting Tidbit:

The idea for this story came to me from a dream. In it, I experienced being a woman with magical abilities, living in a medieval world. I encountered a dragon-shifter chieftain and became quite smitten with him, only to learn he was betrothed to my cousin.
The emotions in my dream were so compelling, as was the vividness of the setting and characters. When I woke, I knew I had the seed for a great novel. The rest, as they say, is history.

Favorite Lines:

“If  you’re fretting about those stories, where dragons carry off beautiful virgins, I can put your mind at rest. I haven’t done that in ages.”

Orwenna’s head snapped up.

“Since I’m not a beauty or a virgin, I won’t worry,” she said tartly. “I’ll just pray you can fly well enough not to drop me.”

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On sale for a limited time: e-book $2.50 through The Wild Rose Press: Click Here

From Amazon for $4.99: Click Here

Paperback $12.99

Find Diana here $12.99

Website http://www.dianagreenbooks.com

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Gail MacMillan with Heather for a Highlander, historical romance novel

Interesting Tidbit:

In reading a book about provincial history, I came upon a section listing home remedies in 1820 New Brunswick.  Some were bazaar such as the asthma cure that required eating field mice fried in butter.  Others , such as heating poppy seeds in milk as a cure for insomnia, had merit.  About this time, people of the First Nation were also introducing their own medicines such as the fox glove plant for heart ailments to the newcomers.  What about a doctor of that era as a hero?  The idea burst into my mind as I read.  But not just any doctor… a remarkable doctor, one who could separate  the ridiculous remedies from those with benefits, a doctor open the wisdom of the First Nation’s healers and shamans, a doctor bold enough to question long standing medical practices such as bleeding?   Thus was born Dr. William MacTavish and his rogue of a brother, sea captain James.  And as Dr. MacTavish’s practice in the backwoods of New Brunswick grew, he would require an assistant but when he sent his brother on a quest for such an individual he had no idea his unpredictable brother would return with Heather for the former Highlander Dr. MacTavish.

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On sale for a limited time: e-book $2.50 through The Wild Rose Press: Click Here

From Amazon:  Click Here

Find Gail here:

Facebook:  Gail MacMillan

Twitter:  @tollerbeagle44

Web site: http://www.gailmacmillan.ca

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5 responses to “TWRP New Release Spotlight – PLUS Fun Facts and Favorite Lines…

  1. Ashantay Peters

    I love that comment from the dragon, Diana! What a hoot!
    Sea captain James sounds intriguing, Gail – will he appear in his own book?

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  2. Death Rub and Heather for a Highlander both sound like unique, interesting stories. Isn’t it wonderful the variety of inspirations we authors work with?

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  3. Love these tidbits, ladies. Thank you for sharing with my readers and me. I wish I could have a dream vivid enough for a book…nice! And, Ashantay, I agree, Maggie IS heroic. Gail, wow, what a clever idea to write about a doctor in those times. Love it! Best of luck to all of you!

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