New Release: Real Good Man A Dirty Series Spin-Off (Real Duet, Book #1) by Meghan March


Fall for a woman over text messages? No way in hell.
Reality can never be as good as the fantasy, right?
Wrong. It’s better.
Banner Regent is smart, funny, and she’s so far out of my league, she might as well be royalty.
I’m a mechanic from Kentucky. She’s a New York City party girl.
We were never supposed to meet, but one text started something neither of us saw coming.
How do you seduce the woman who already has everything?
Show her what it’s like to be with a real good man.

(Click Book Cover for Amazon Purchase Link.)

~Happy Reading!

Fall in Love with Falling in Love… (Happy February!)



Hello February!


Happy Romance, Mr. February!

February 1st – 

Love 1

February 2nd –

Love 2

February 3rd –

Love 3

February 4th –

Love 4

February 5th –

Love 5

February 6th- 

Love 6

February 7th – 

Love 7















February 8th – 

Love 8

February 9th – 

Love 9

February 10th – 


Three Signs an Arranged Marriage Might be for you by Sophia Sasson



Three Signs an Arranged Marriage May Be For You
You’re probably thinking arranged marriages are an old fashioned notion that belong in a historical novel, or are for women from oppressed cultures. You’re picturing a scenario where a woman is told who she must marry, and has to be with some insufferable man for the rest of her life.
That’s not how modern arranged marriages work. Picture this—you complete a form listing all your requirements. It may look something like this:
• Wants a serious relationship, not just a hookup.
• Is employed full time by someone other than his father/mother/sister/dog.
• Knows how to do laundry.
• Etc…
You provide your list to someone, be it a friend or an online dating site, and they come up with candidates who meet your criteria. You’ve just skipped the time consuming part of figuring out whether your date is worth a second or third look. It’s love…arranged.
Doctor Meera Malhotra, the heroine of my novel, First Comes Marriage grapples with the modern day dilemma of needing a life mate who will understand her career aspirations and cultural norms. She is all set to be married to her childhood best friend; a wedding arranged between their families. So what is she to do when she falls in love with an American cowboy? Is her entire life in London worth giving up? Could you be like Meera?

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Top 3 signs an arranged marriage could be for you:

• The bar scene and first date awkwardness is not your thing.

Hate the idea of going to a bar and playing the pick up game? Or weeding through hundreds of online profiles wondering who might be a serial killer? If your friends and relatives pick him/her, you know the crazy factor is somewhat reduced.

• You don’t have time to date and waste.
The biological clock isn’t just ticking, it’s full on clanking. You’re an independent, mature person who wants to have children one day and would prefer it with a mate (although it’s not an absolute necessity). The last thing you need is to spend months with someone who isn’t serious about a long term commitment, or doesn’t want children.

• You have deal breakers.
Don’t want a smoker? Hate people who spend hours watching golf? Having candidates screened ahead of time avoids that awkward moment when you realize you’ve fallen in lust with someone who has a non-negotiable habit.


Check out the First Comes Marriage website for more information on the book, including a FREE prequel eBook. I’m doing a facebook party today, February 1, 5pm t o 7pm ET with four other Harlequin authors. We’ll be giving away a ton of neat stuff. I also have a Goodreads giveaway happening until February 22, and a Facebook giveaway until February 29th. If you miss all of these freebies, check on my website to see what I have happening currently.

If you live in Maryland, I’ll be doing a book signing at the Rockville Barnes and Noble on February 20th at 12:00pm. I’ll be giving out free canvas book bags to everyone who gets a book signed.
So tell me, would you be open to an arranged relationship?


Written By: Sophia Sasson

My 2016 Word of the Year…

2016 Word
#word #wordoftheyear #2016


I really like the idea/concept of having a Word of the Year. I think it’s a positive way to stay focused on your overall goals that you want to achieve during the year. I struggled with what word to choose this year (last year my word was Embrace). I’ve decided that my 2016 Word of the Year is Thrive. This is the best choice for me since, I am venturing into a major business effort this year and I would like to deliver awesome and intriguing blog posts where you the reader will continue to follow me! 

Thrive [thrahyv]  (defined)

1. to prosper; be fortunate or successful.
2. to grow or develop vigorously; flourish.

What’s your Word of the Year?

~My 15 Favorites Books of 2015~

15 Faves of 2015

















Listed in the order read.

  1. Jacked by Tina Reber
  2. The Five Stages of Falling in Love by Rachel Higginson
  3. Beautiful Redemption (The Maddox Brothers #2) by Jamie McGuire
  4. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins 
  5. Thoughtful (Thoughtless #1.5) by S.C. Stephens 
  6. Matched by S.E. Hall & Angela Graham
  7. Sail (Wake #2) by M. Mabie
  8. Revved (Revved #1) by Samantha Towle
  9. Leaving Me Behind by Sigal Ehrlich 
  10. Nine Minutes (Nine Minutes #1) by Beth Flynn
  11. Zack (Cold Fury Hockey #3) by Sawyer Bennett
  12. Ryker (Cold Fury Hockey #4) by Sawyer Bennett
  13.  Jezebel by K. Larsen
  14. The Paper Swan by Leylah Attar 
  15. Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates

2015 was a Great Reading Year! Looking Forward to What 2016 Will Bring! 

~Happy Reading in 2016!



Book Attic Confessions’ Thanksgiving Giveaway

THE WINNER IS…(Drum Roll, Please) Gina O.
(Gina, I will email you 1st thing in the morning to get your mailing address!)Thank you ALL for participating!
I LOVE Thanksgiving! It’s one of my favorite holidays.

Blogging has been a new and exciting journey for me. I have learned a lot since starting this blog back in March. I truly appreciate all of my followers, from those who have been with me from the beginning to the new ones.

To express my Gratitude… I’m Giving Away…
(1) 7″ Amazon Tablet, 8GB
(1) $25 Amazon Kindle Gift Card

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Good Luck & Happy Reading!