Perfectly Skeptical on the move!

I’m delighted to be spotlighting Perfectly Skeptical and the Tropical Tryst Boxed Set over at author Madison Michael’s blog. It’s a friendly place 😀 Check it out HERE

Only 5 days until release day!!!


Tropical Tryst – 25 Sexy Romances / One Boxed Set / #99c – Part 1

Author Alicia Dean

Escape with 25 brand new and exclusive sexy reads from NY Times, USA Today, and International bestselling authors. The Tropical Tryst Boxed set is perfect for romance lovers of all kinds. Offering up passionate and enticing tales, set in hot and tropical settings, this collection will feed your need for summer sexiness! Available for pre-order for only 99 cents. Release date Aug. 1

Bonus: Visit for special pre-order giveaways and join the Tropical Tryst Facebook page ( for updates and a chance to win Tropical Tryst swag!


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Meet the authors of the Tropical Tryst Boxed Set: 

Nicole Morgan, author of Swept Away 

What inspired you to choose your setting? Dreams of someday getting to visit there. 🙂

What’s your idea of the perfect tropical getaway? A place that has no wifi, where you are forced to enjoy your…

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Happy Canada Day!

Canada Day cakeHappy Canada Day! 150 awesome years! Canadians have invented some cool things (like insulin) and raised some pretty awesome people (like Terry Fox – I actually met him and shook his hand). The best thing about living in Canada is that we have peace and democracy. We have a lot to celebrate!

Guest Post: Linda O’Connor #AuthorLove

Christa Maurice

Dr. Brianna Scott looked forward to sleeping away her staycation, until a lucky windfall meant an upgrade to palm trees, an ocean view . . . and the sexy Dr. Matt Gaelen. She’ll play and have fun, but can a holiday fling really turn into a soul mate for life? Doubtful.

Matt has no radar for sniffing out gold-diggers and protecting his heart. Until now. Brianna is more turned off than turned on by his wealth. What are his chances of getting her to overlook it? Dubious at best.

Improbable and uncertain, iffy and unlikely – the typical path to love.

Perfectly Skeptical . . . love when you least expect it.


She stopped in her tracks and squealed, almost bumping into a man standing on her porch. He put out his hand to steady her.

“Oh my god, you scared me,” she said, taking a deep breath.


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TRR Sizzling Summer Reads Party

Tropical Tryst is featured today (Sunday June 18) on The Romance Reviews Summer Sizzling Reads party! Join the fun for a chance to win a beautiful Tropical Tryst necklace! It’s HERE

 And check back in on Thursday June 22 for a chance to win a pair of Tropical Tryst earrings when Perfectly Skeptical will be featured. 😀

The authors of Tropical Tryst cannot wait for you to meet our leading men and get swept away in these 25 all new sultry and exotic romances including Perfectly Skeptical, a new Perfectly Series novella!

Preorder your copy today!! Release date is August 1, 2017!





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AND Enter for a chance to WIN one of 3 monthly Kindle Fire Giveaways + weekly Amazon Gift Card & Swag Pack Giveaways until August 1, 2017!

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Author Interview with Linda O’Connor ~ New Release: Perfectly Honest (Book 1, Perfectly Series) #Giveaway

Author Alicia Dean

Please help me welcome today’s guest, Linda O’Connor…

Why do you write romance novels? I’m a physician and I started writing because I wanted to find a fun way to disseminate medical information and to educate and empower readers to take ownership of their health. Targeting a female audience with romance novels seemed like a good idea because women are usually the ones who see a doctor. (Males typically wait until a girlfriend/partner/spouse/mom encourages them. :D) I write romantic comedies because I love being in a fun headspace when I’m writing. I think laughter is essential to great health! 

Where did you get the idea for your book? In Perfectly Honest, Dr. Mikaela Finn helps deliver a baby in the middle of a hotel foyer. I had this idea because, as a physician, I’ve helped sick patients on an airplane, in church, at the beach, – medicine is rarely…

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