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from Marry Me, Marine by Rogenna Brewer

Angela drew courage from the fact that he wasn't pointing his weapon at her.  "You should put that away before someone gets hurt.  Namely me."
"Missed you by a mile."  He propped himself against the vehicle and drilled her with his single-eyed stare.  "Then again, my aim isn't want it used to be."

February 2012!


Marry Me, Marine
by Rogenna Brewer

Harlequin Superromance
February 2012
9780373717590

Operation marriage has to be a go...

Like any good mother, Angela adams wants a better future for her little boy.  And the one way she can provide that is to enlist with the Marines.  Unfortunately, there needs to be a husband on the scene for that to happen.  Fortunately, her recruiter connects her with Henry "Hatch" Miner--a wounded former Navy SEAL willing to help out a fellow soldier.  problem solved.

But marriage, even to a stranger, is complicated.  Especially when beneath the gruff exterior, there's a man with a heart of gold.  It doesn't take long for Hatch to prove he's a good dad...and has the potential to be an even better husband.  Suddenly Angela has a hard time convincing her heart this is a temporary operation...read except

Time Magazine: Mitzi's Marine




Check this out! Mitzi's Marine garnered a mention in the December 5, 2011 issue of Time Magazine.




"These heroes promise strength, safety and military grade sex.  They also offer their heroines (and, by proxy, their readers) the opportunity to nuture a wounded, handsome, decent guy back to wholeness--as in Rogenna Brewer's tale Mitzi's Marine, wherein one point of the central love triangle is a gunnery sergeant who lost much of one leg in Iraq"

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If you're not already a Time Magazine subscriber the article titled Veteran Affairs: For romance readers, a hardy man is good to find by Belinda Luscome is worth a trip to the dentist's office (or your local library).


"Markus Ricci casts aside his parachute and backpack and lowers his buff-colored jumpsuit past the glistening slabs of his abdominal muscles. "Don't go any lower," a nearby voice says, "or Walmart will kill me."

The word of caution comes from Kristine Mills-Noble, creative director of Kensington Publishing. She is watching a computer screen while Ricci gazes into the camera with a look that's part wooing, part warning. In a downtown Manhattan studio, the Kensington crew is shooting the cover of Burning Up, the first in a new series of romance novels about smoke jumpers. In real life, these elite paratrooper firefighters..."




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