Hot Ice Cover Reveal and Giveaway!


When fire and ice collide, you get steam…

Grace Campbell leads a privileged life. The daughter of a United States senator, she moves within the social circles of the rich and famous. But Grace is also a scientist, and when someone learns she possesses the knowledge necessary to create a new super virus capable of destroying entire nations, she becomes a target for terror groups and foreign governments alike.

Garrett “Iceman” Spencer didn’t join the Army’s elite Hostile Operations Team to babysit a spoiled rich girl, but when his superiors insist on assigning him to a senator’s daughter as her security detail, he has no choice but to comply.

It’s a shock to find that beneath the glasses and serious scowl, Grace Campbell burns hot. And Garrett, who’s been burned before, suddenly wants to immerse himself in the flames.

Keeping Grace alive—and keeping his hands off her—is a full-time job for this HOT soldier. Failure is not an option…

HOT ICE releases December 29th. You can shelve the book on Goodreads here. You can also pre-order it at iBooks (coming to other retailers soon!) here.

Need to catch up on the H.O.T. series? I'm hosting a giveaway for a set of print copies of Hot Pursuit, Hot Mess, Hot Package, and Hot Shot.

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And a huge thank you to the blogs that participated in the reveal including:

RT Book Reviews
Busy Bumble Bee Book Reviews
Raven Night Book Review
Fab Fantasy Fiction
Lisa’s Loves (Books of Course)
Dirty Girl Romance Blog
Ms. C’s Diversions
Romance Reads To Love
It’s A Reading Thing
Paranormal Raven
Escape by Fiction
Pure Jonel
Smart and Savvy with Stephanie
KT Book Reviews
LeAnn’s Book Reviews
Drue’s Random Chatter
Eskimo Princess Review Blog
Clue Review
Crystal Blogs Books
A Book, A Beer, and A Dream
Cat’s Reviews

And don't forget that HOT REBEL, Book 6, is coming on September 29th!!!


A rebel on the run…

Victoria Royal is a traitor. Or so the U.S. government believes. Victoria was once a promising sniper in the Army, but now she’s gone rogue—worse, she’s just landed in the middle of a Hostile Operations Team mission in the desert and blasted it all to hell.

Nick “Brandy” Brandon doesn’t expect to run into Victoria when he’s bugging out from a mission gone wrong. It’s been more than three years since she disappeared from the sniper course they were in together, and he’s finally stopped thinking about her killer curves and smart mouth.

But now she’s back—and she’s far more dangerous than Nick ever believed possible… Is she really a traitor? Or is there something more at stake? He has to decide fast—because time’s running out and too many lives hang in the balance…

Pre-order your copy today!

Amazon | iBooks | Google Play
(Other retailers will be added as they come available.)

Shelve at Goodreads here.

Happy Reading!!


I got up this morning, all set to fix my coffee and climb back into bed with the laptop. I was wearing my Hello Kitty pajamas, the ones with the fleece pants, and I was so happy I have the sort of job where I could sit in my bed with my coffee and work while still in my pajamas. Heaven, I tell you!

But then I remembered, as I took my Let It Snow coffee mug down from the shelf, that we'd used up all the cream yesterday. There was much wailing and gnashing of teeth, friends. The choices before me: drink my coffee black; have tea; skip the morning beverage.

Those are not choices when you really want coffee. So I had to pull on clothes and drive a mile to the grocery store. I was the woman with bedhead who grabbed a bag of cat food (they're out after the morning meal), two pints of organic half and half, and a box of Weight Watchers turkey sausage breakfast sandwiches.

I did all that so I could go back to bed with a cup of coffee and a computer. 😉

Tell me what lengths you've gone to for your coffee (or tea). I'd love to know. I might give away a prize to the best story. How about a $10 Starbucks card and a signed paperback?

Leave a comment!

Alpha Heroes and Kimchee

Welcome to all the new subscribers to this blog! I'm astounded by how many of you have joined up lately, and feeling a little guilty that I haven't posted anything fabulously interesting recently. How about this for interesting?

One of the things Harlequin does extremely well is translate books into foreign languages and distribute them in lots of global markets. I *love* getting copies of my translations! Here's my first Korean translation: THE MAN WITH THE MONEY, book 5 in the Notorious Wolfes series.

Something you may not know about me is that I love Korean food! I spent two months there back in 1998/1999, and I fell in love with the food. Bring on the kimchee, baby! Love it. One of my favorite things is Yuk Gae Jang, a very spicy soup that just makes me so happy when I have it. Mmmm.

Quick couple of announcements: if you haven't subscribed to my newsletter yet, you should! I'm going to start holding a drawing on the first of every month for a $50 gift card to Amazon, B&N, or Kobo. All you have to do is be a subscriber. Nothing else.

Secondly, if you haven't gotten a copy yet, MADDIE'S MARINE is now FREE on all the major outlets! Kindle, Nook, Kobo, iTunes, and Smashwords. I'm not sure the price change has trickled out to international outlets yet, but if not, you can always get it free right here on this site or from Smashwords, which has no geographical restrictions.

Now isn't this cover pretty? 🙂


Authors Giving Back Valentine’s Bash

It's a giveaway!

Would you like to be on an online radio show with some of your favorite authors? Ask them questions, participate in some games, and have a chance to win some great prizes?

If so, then please tell me which hero of mine you would most want to sweep you away!

Send your answer to lynn… (Lynn AT LynnRayeHarris DOT com if clicking the email link doesn't work for you) with RADIO in the subject line. I will randomly choose one person to participate in the call-in portion of the show. If you are chosen you will be contacted with more information about how to call in.


Share this link to the show wherever you can

One person will be chosen by each of the participating authors. If you are chosen you will be contacted with more information about how to call in. Each winner will be given a time slot during the show in which to call in during, BUT even if you aren’t chosen, please join us at on February 9th at 7-9 (US Eastern Time) and you’ll have a chance to participate online and for a chance to win some prizes as well.


Check out the prizes that you'll be able to win!

Elaine Raco Chase Three ebooks – 1 every hour…
Kathleen Brooks Two $50 GC.
Sydney Landon Author $100 ecard and a couple of signed books.
Judy L. Hubbard Four $25 Amazon e-gift cards and an autographed set of my books.
Christina Tetreault Four $25.00 gift cards to Amazon or B&N winners choice
Lynn Raye Harris Two $25.00 gift cards to Amazon, B&N, or Kobo. And 5 signed books.
Author Terri Marie A gift basket and a signed book.
Calista Taylor A $25 gift certificate and an antique silver celtic brooch.
Annette Blair A $100 ecard and two ebooks: Proper Scoundrel & Unmistakable Rogue.
Sandra Marton A $50 ecard at amazon and e-copies of four current Wilde Family Saga books: The Prince of Pleasure, The Dangerous Jacob Wilde, The Ruthless Caleb Wilde and The Merciless Travis Wilde.
Marie Astor A set of custom designed amethyst and chalcedony sterling silver necklace and earrings ($120 value) and my contemporary romance novel, Lucky Charm, will be free on Amazon from Feb 9th through Feb 11th.
Christine Major DePetrillo A $50 Amazon GC.
Mary Campisi A $30 Amazon gift card and the following e-books from Debby Conrad: Love, Lies and High Heels, Bailey's Irish Dream, Every Breath You Take, and Prying Eyes. E-books may be from Amazon, B&N, or i-tunes.

This is a fun way to say THANK YOU for all of your support!!!!!

A Good Cause

The blogger Limecello is running a Social Media for Good campaign. I've donated to the charity and I've offered up two books as prizes! All you have to do to enter is leave a comment HERE and then enter this giveaway through the Rafflecopter widget below. But you must leave a comment on Limecello's post, or she won't consider you've entered! Just entering on my site won't do it. Click the link above, comment on Lime's post, and enter the widget here. You'll be set!

Also, the winner of my previous giveaway, a copy of THE GIRL NOBODY WANTED, is Leslee Kahler! Leslee, please email me your info and I'll get the book in the mail to you!

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Do you reread?

Thanks to everyone for commenting! The winner of the D'Angeli Duo is Alexia Evans! Yay and congrats!

I love books. I think that's probably something all of us (me and those of you visiting this site) have in common. We're readers. Some of us are writers too. We all love a good tale well told. Our tastes may vary, but we all have our comfort reads, those books that you would willingly reread again and again.

I'm picky, I'll say. I don't have many rereads. And it may surprise you to know that the ones I do have aren't romance novels. (Though I will reread Susan Elizabeth Phillips all day long!) My favorite rereads are these: J.R.R. Tolkien's THE LORD OF THE RINGS and David Eddings' THE BELGARIAD and THE MALLOREON series. Not what you expected, is it? 😉

I am currently rereading LOTR for the fifth time in my life. It goes without saying that I've seen the movies — I've lost count of how many times, though I saw the first one in the theater four times in two weeks. Yes, FOUR times. Other ladies line up for the Twilight movies. I lined up for LOTR. 🙂 It, along with THE HOBBIT, was the first fantasy series I ever read. So it holds a special place in my heart.

Recently, while trying to go to sleep after a long day of slaving on the current WIP, I had the bright idea to see if I could get LOTR on Kindle. I still have the original box set I got many years ago, but the print is so small. Imagine my delight to get the whole saga (excluding THE HOBBIT, which is a separate though related tale) for $9.99! I am once more immersed in the delightful world of the Shire and the perilous journey toward Mordor.

It's an older style of writing, to be sure, and yet I have no problem getting into it. I think because I first read it when I was young and impressionable; therefore, getting back into it is like slipping back in time. Maybe that's what it is about rereads. They take us back to a certain time in our lives, kind of like songs do. Unfortunately, there's so much new stuff to read that rereading isn't high on my list. But I just couldn't help myself with one of my favorite stories of all time.

Do you reread? What are your favorites? One lucky commenter will get a copy of my D'Angeli Family duo!