Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Who Introduced You To Romance?


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If you’ve stopped by my website or met me in person, then you probably know who introduced me to romance…my grandmother and her four wonderful daughters. Not only did they introduce me to romance (and especially Harlequin), they introduced a lot of my cousins who also introduced their daughters. I visited my grandmother often and I’d load up on books each time. 


I can’t remember the exact title of the first romance I read…but I remember getting tons of books that could be summarized like A HALO FOR THE DEVIL by Barbara Cartland from 1972, the year I THINK I began reading Mills & Boon (Harlequin).


I fell in love with titles like Marquis, Duchess, Prince and even sheiks. I learned about places around the world by traveling through books. Not only romances, but they started my love of travel. And for writing romantic suspense. (The suspense I blame on Scooby Doo and the Hardy Boys.)

Who introduced you to romance? Can you remember the title? The author?
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Guarding clients is easy. Avoiding their match-making Grammy is another
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It’s high time this match-making, motorcycle-riding Grammy takes the love-lives of her grandchildren into her own hands and gives love a sweet kick in the right direction.

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HIT AND RUN HALLIE

A late-blooming ability to hear people’s thoughts ruins more than Hallie Barton’s carefully constructed FBI career. Shouldn’t the man who says he loves her believe in her rather than offer to pay for her psychiatric care?

Hallie’s grandmother, always a little off her rocker anyway, calls it a gift and suggests the now single and former special agent use the skill in private investigations company that employs every cousin in their unusually large family. With all of her big-bad mind-reading abilities, shouldn’t she have known Grammy arranged for their first client to be the last person Hallie ever wanted to see again?

Level-headed FBI Agent Gage Owens can’t get Hallie, his former best friend and partner, to talk to him. He should’ve believed in Hallie when she said she could read people’s minds. Now he has two problems… Not only is he in love with a woman with woo-woo powers who won’t give him the time of day, but she’s the only one he can trust to protect a secret informant on one of the FBI’s Most Wanted.

Can Hallie “hear” just how much he’s in love with her and forgive him the stupidest mistake of his life?

ANGI MORGAN combines Texas settings with characters in realistic and dangerous situations. Bodyguards in Heels is a smash-up of her favorite things to read: a little magic, a little comedy and a little suspense. She loves to pack up her husband and rescue dogs for road trips to locations she’s writing about. They have a goal to travel roads they’ve never traveled and find the best pie in the Lone Star State.


Catch photos from Angi’s travels, research and dogs on A Picture a Day. Angi’s Books are available online: Amazon | B&N | iBooks | Kobo | Google

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ANGI MORGAN writes Intrigues where honor and danger collide with love. Her work is a multiple contest finalist and Publisher’s Weekly best seller. She drags her dogs –and husband– around Texas for research road trips so she can write off her camera. They now have a map with highlighted roads they’ve traveled. Every detour somehow makes it into a book.
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6 comments:

  1. For once an easy question for me! If I don't take the classics into account (Jane Austen), it was actually Kerrelyn Sparks' How to Marry a Millionaire Vampire!

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  2. For me, I walked into a thrift store with my grandmother and saw a wall of books. For some reason it called to me... I was never a reader before then... I walked over and Catherine Coulter's The Sherbrooke Bride caught my attention... after reading that book, I was bitten by the reading bug!

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    1. Oh wow... I LOVED LOVED LOVED those books. I still have the original ones I bought. I'm glad you have that memory with your grandfather !

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  3. No Not really I really just enjoyed them all growing up I have never read any classics yet though either

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