Free Fiction Monday: Geeks Bearing Gifts

Bethanne Dupree runs a computer dating service and pretends she doesn’t need it, too.  She manages to separate her personal life from her business life until Ray Greco comes to the office of the dating service to make a video. The handsome Greco distracts her staff, and his video crashes her server. In fact, he crashes a lot of things. Including Bethanne. “Geeks Bearing Gifts” […]

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Free Fiction Monday: Scheduling Conflict

The woman who calls Police Detective Riley Scott possesses a voice he finds incredibly sexy. He wants to keep her talking. She wants to set up an appointment so that he can arrest her for robbing the National Bank and Trust. Just one problem: No one has robbed that bank in more than a decade. Detective Scott writes it off as a crank call until […]

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Free Fiction Monday: Research and the Research Librarian

Stacey lives in the past, writing kick-ass bestselling historical books. When she researches a topic, she loses herself in her work.

She knows the Chicago Public Library inside and out. And she prefers to work alone. Until Greg—handsome, compelling, and a research librarian?—offers to help.

Can Greg help Stacey find the information she seeks? Or will they find something else entirely?

“Research and the Research Librarian,” by New York Times bestselling author Kristine Kathryn Rusch, is free on this website for one week only.

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