September 22, 2014

Publisher Week: Day 2 Meet our Bad Boys @BoroughsPubGrp #RLFblog #amreading

Boroughs Publishing 
This is Day 2 of Publisher Week featuring Boroughs Publishing Group. For the next few days, Romance Lives Forever will showcase this publisher and its authors.
Publisher's Week – Boroughs Publishing Group
Yesterday we had a Lunchbox Romance treat spending time with the Ladies of the Abberly Theater and today we're visiting with our 'Naughty Boys.' You know who they are, the bad boys we can't seem to stay away from, even though we know that they're more work, pains in the butt and downright ornery waaay too much of the time – but the sweet payoff of their true love is a thing of beauty.

Backfield in Motion

A Seattle Lumberjacks Romance - Mackenzie Hernandez is about to learn star running back Bruce "Bruiser" Mackey is more than just a pretty face.

Fly Me

When a playboy pilot meets a beautiful, by-the-book first officer, he'll pit his charm against her icy reserve until a surprising love sends them both soaring.

Be Careful What You Kiss For

Detective Max Hunter has come a long way from high-school bad boy, and with everything on the line, nothing can stop him…except seeing his first love dancing in the club he's been assigned to investigate. Torn between getting her far away from the place and needing her help as an insider, he knows only two things for sure: Tensley's stirring feelings he thought long ago buried, and a relationship with her would be career suicide. Yet, maybe, just maybe, this was a love meant to overcome the past.

Still to Come

Yum, huh? Tomorrow we'll visit with a different kind of bad boy, the kind that wear cravats and dress in brocade vests – yep, the Lords of Regency are just waiting to steal your hearts.


Are you an author? Fantastic. We adore authors. We're seeking submissions from writers who can deliver the emotional punch readers crave. Space cowboys, gargoyles, the hunk next-door and crusty cops welcome. Boroughs Publishing Group will not limit your imagination; we encourage creative freedom. Stick to the tropes of the genre or push the envelope, as long as you're providing well written incredible story-telling we're game. Read more:

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  1. I do love a good bad boy. Is that an oxymoron? LOL!

  2. Thanks for showcasing this wonderful publisher!


  3. I agree with Marilyn, it's an oxymoron but an apt one! Happy to do so, Adele. Thank you. :)

  4. Thanks for featuring Boroughs-they are a super publisher to write for!
    My best to you-Emily Mims

  5. Lots of interesting titles! I'll have to check these out!

  6. Ooh, I hadn't seen most of these. Fantastic!


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