Which of Santa’s lists are YOU on this Christmas? Cindy Warren is considering a leap from the “nice” list to the “naughty” side…
Why settle for Prince Charming when you can have The King? These three women can’t help falling in love…Vegas style!
AVAILABLE IN PRINT ONLY! 2 holiday stories in 1 volume: BLUEBIRD WINTER by Linda Howard and NAUGHTY OR NICE? by Stephanie Bond
AVAILABLE IN PRINT ONLY! 2 full-length books in 1 volume Getting the wrong guy can be incredibly right in these two classic Harlequin Temptation stories! WARNING: Contents are HOT! These aren’t your mother’s Harlequin romance novels!
Three bestselling authors…Three real-life heroines. This G-rated book will make a great gift for every romance reader on your list! All proceeds from the sale of this book will be reinvested in the Harlequin MORE THAN WORDS charitable program.
NEW! Read an excerpt from 7 BRIDES FOR 7 BODIES!
UPDATE: Get the next full-length installment of the BODY MOVERS series in ebook and print soon! (The release has been pushed due to a big announcement regarding the BODY MOVERS series! Thank you so much for your patience–a notice will go out as soon as this title is available!)
Friends become lovers…what could possibly go wrong? Check Stephanie’s progress meter on the home page for impending release date!
Sisters Linda and Octavia Guy are back, and ready to take their place as top-tier private investigators, taking on exciting cases in Lexington, Kentucky! The problem is, the only thing top-tier about their strip-mall agency is Octavia’s wardrobe…and the cases that come their way are less on the exciting side, and more on the eccentric side. Check Stephanie’s progress meter on the home page for impending release date!
From Stephanie’s Desk
Hello! Thanks for dropping by my website! Here you'll find information about me and my books and what's in store for each of my series, plus new projects on the horizon. The biggest development in my career in the last couple of years is that I broke away from traditional publishing to launch a self-publishing venture. It was a gamble to walk away from guaranteed work and established … [Read More...]