Sunday, 1 September 2013

Blog Tour - Fiance by Friday by Catherine Bybee

The Weekday Bride Series, Book Three
Montlake Romance, Contemporary
August 13, 2013, First Edition
Paperback & Kindle
Book Description:
The beautiful high-born daughter of an English duke came to America to take over her sister-in-law’s matchmaking business. But just because she’s the boss doesn’t mean she can’t fantasize about making her own perfect match with bodyguard Neil MacBain. Will the enigmatic man who haunts her dreams cost her more than she bargained for?

The retired Marine can’t deny the effect blue-blooded Gwen has on his troubled soul or his battle-hardened bodY. Bus as a client, Gwen is off-limits—until a threat from Neil’s past returns… and Gwen is caught in the crossfire. Now to keep her safe he will risk it all: his career, his life… and his heart.
Guest Post:
The Appeal of Romance Books by Catherine Bybee
How often is romance a part of every movie, every song on the radio? I don’t care if you’re reading Stephen King or James Patterson…you’re often going to read a small love story in-between the intrigue and gore. It’s just the way of the world. I think it’s in our nature to love and be loved so why not celebrate that with our literature?
Romance novels hold more appeal than ever with all the sub-genres available to dive into. You can slip forward in time, back in time, sleep with a vampire or shoot the bad guys all in the pages of a romance novel. What isn’t to love? Romance is so versatile these days you can find it for the young, the old…the Amish. 
With any luck, everyone in the world will have a romance in his or her life at some point. God willing they will fall in love…maybe fall out of love. Not everyone will come face to face with death and overcome. And though some people might think they’re vampires, uh…well, perhaps their medication needs to be adjusted. My point is romance novels will always be popular because most of us on this earth can identify with the feeling of falling in love. Of being loved. Or at least have a desire for the emotion.
As I tell my readers who ask, “Aren’t you afraid you’ll run out of ideas?” I say to them. “No! Everyone around you has a story to tell, and there are millions of people out there with a million different stories to tell. I’m sure I can tell a few hundred of them before my fingers wear out.”
About the Author - Catherine Bybee
New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Catherine Bybee was raised in Washington State, but after graduating high school, she moved to Southern California in hopes of becoming a movie star. After growing bored with waiting tables, she returned to school and became a registered nurse, spending most of her career in urban emergency rooms. She now writes full-time and has penned novels Wife by Wednesday, Married by Monday, and Not Quite Dating. Bybee lives with her husband and two teenage sons in Southern California. 
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