✍🏻 L. B. Dunbar, the Queen of Above 40 Romance is back with Cowboy, a book in the HeartEyes Press Busy Bean series. You will ADORE Bull and Scarlett. ✍🏻


Release Date: March 1, 2021

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Pregnant at forty-two? Back the cow up…

Harland Bull Eaton has lost many things—his first wife, his beloved mother, those three women he proposed to . . . Oh, and there was that time he almost lost the family dairy farm due to a scandal. He’s losing faith in just about everything, especially love. 

But one night, his friends give him a dare. No commitments. No heartbreak. Just buy that gorgeous redhead a drink. The big-city bombshell he’s set his eyes on swirls him into a tailspin that lands them in bed for a one-night stand he’s pretty sure he’ll never forget. But this time, he swears, he won’t let his heart ride herd on his common sense. 

Recently separated and newly unemployed, Scarlett Russell is at a crossroads. With no other plan than visiting a friend in Vermont, the last thing she expects is a hunky, silver fox offering to buy her a drink. Even less expected is when she raises that offer to “take me to bed, cowboy.” She just wants one night to forget everything gone wrong.

Turns out once won’t be nearly enough. Won’t ever be enough, feeling the way she does. But secrets and an unexpected surprise are a lot to handle . . . unless these two can break a trail to an unexpected happily ever after.


“A coffee, black, no sugar, no cream, and a caramel macchiato with exactly five drizzles of caramel, fifteen pumps of vanilla syrup, whipped cream, and an extra shot.”

What the . . .

Thank God, I did not take that order. I don’t even know what that is. There’s a pause and I’m wondering what’s happening when Bull says, “You have a little something . . .”

I just want to die a slow death as I imagine him swiping at the corner of her lip or wiping off her nose and that sweet, tender touch will be all the spark she needs to want to pounce on this man behind me. Bull has these deep blue eyes and that silver speckled scruff, plus his hair that looks artfully streaked with gray. He’s just all around sexy and he doesn’t even know it about himself. Then, his touch. The soft strokes down my body and the delicate dips of his fingers, I just can’t—

“Have either of you seen Scarlett?” Audrey asks.


“Scarlett?” Bull chokes behind me.

“Yeah, Scarlett. She’s our newest barista and I swear she was out here.”

“I didn’t see anyone,” Vermont Barbie states. “But then again, I’ve only been looking at Bull.”

Okay, that’s enough.

“Found it,” I say, popping up from behind the couch and holding my fingers pinched together like I’ve just found gold in them there wood floorboards.

“Scarlett?” Audrey blinks at me with those expressive eyes of hers . She’s a petite blond with a lot of power behind her personality. I slowly stand but find myself dizzy as I do and grip the back of the couch for support.

“Whoa.” I blurt, unable to stop myself as the room spins and my legs tremble. My skin runs cold, but I break out in a full body sweat.

“Scarlett, are you okay?” Audrey asks, rushing to the edge of the couch while Bull quickly stands to face me.

“I . . . yeah, I just think I stood up too fast.” However, that isn’t the full explanation because that rush to my head has now settled back down to my belly.

“You sure you’re okay? You look a little gray,” Audrey asks.

“I . . . excuse me.” Rushing around the couch, I fight the pull to look at Bull, as I disappear behind the counter, bypassing our waiting customers with one finger in the air, and then press out the door to the grassy area behind the building for some much needed fresh air. Once outside, I promptly bend forward and heave.

“Oh my God, are you okay?” Audrey says behind me and I close my eyes, embarrassed by my position in front of my boss. Audrey’s younger than me, but a good, business woman and kind-hearted. She took me on without any prior experience in the coffee industry.

“Yeah. Just something I ate, I think.” I honestly don’t know. It’s been a few weeks like this, nausea, fatigue, and then if I do get sick, which doesn’t always happen, I feel a million times better once I vomit. “I just have a little stomach bug, but I don’t have a fever. I’m so sorry about this.” I point to the grass which holds no evidence of how my stomach felt. “And that.” I nod toward the café.

Audrey’s brows crease as she examines my face. “What else is wrong? As far as how you are feeling?”

I consider it a second and then answer. “My boobs hurt. My back kills. And I had a tuna fish sandwich for breakfast the other day. I think there was something wrong with the mayonnaise.” Then I reconsider what I’ve said. That sandwich the other morning had been the best damn tuna fish in the world and the last thing I’d ever eat when it comes to a breakfast item.

Audrey’s lips slowly curl and her eyes spark like she knows something. “Scarlett, could you be pregnant?”

“What? No. Heaven’s no. Absolutely not. I . . .” I stare back at her, horrified at the notion. I’m forty-two. I’m recently divorced. I cannot be pregnant at this stage of my life.

“No. I am definitely not pregnant.”

✍🏻 Sarah Mayberry’s Sweetheart, one of the first books in the HeartEyes Press Busy Bean series. Run and grab this today. ✍🏻


Release Date: March 1, 2021

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I just wanted to get my hands on his beans

Four years ago, I had a ridiculous crush on my sister’s boyfriend. But when they moved away together, I put Beck out of my mind and my heart. But now he’s back, and roasting the best coffee in Vermont. I need to convince him to supply the Busy Bean. And I need more of those kisses we accidentally shared outside the coffee shop. He still makes my heart race faster than a triple shot of espresso. 

She should be off limits, but instead she’s pushing mine

Her sister burned my life to the ground, so Haley Elliot is the last woman I should bring into my bed. Although our business relationship is giving way to something more than a fine grind. Neither of us can help ourselves. And what’s worse, I think I’m falling for her.

But it’s a small town, and ours is a big secret. And when her sister blows back into town, suddenly the coffee isn’t the only thing brewing…


You know that thing where the rational part of your brain decides on a sensible course of action and commits to it, but then the murky, primal, unsupportive part of your brain refuses to get on board? The Germans probably have a name for it, something hard to pronounce with lots of umlauts. All I had was a feeling, and it hit me on a regular basis over the next couple of weeks whenever Beck set foot in the Busy Bean. 

Every time I saw him propped in the kitchen doorway sharing a laugh with Zara, I felt it.   When I realised Roddy had started using Beck as a taste tester for recipes he was developing, even though they barely knew each other, I got a big, hard dose of it. And the day I left the cafe to find Beck and his dog playing with Audrey and her two kids down by the river bank, I was awash with it. 

If I had to parse this feeling into its component parts, it would be made up of nine-tenths envy and one-tenth wistfulness. With a sprinkle of sexual jealousy thrown in, just for kicks and giggles. 

Because I wanted Beck to laugh with me the way he laughed with Zara. I wanted us to have the kind of relationship where I could run ideas past him, the kind of friendship where I could come upon him and his dog down by the river and feel free to hang out with them.  

I was fully aware that this stupid, stubborn longing I was experiencing was at complete  odds with my decision to respect his obvious desire to have as little to do with me as possible, but no matter how many times I told myself I didn’t care, the lump of concrete in the pit of my stomach said otherwise. 

The problem was that Beck was just one of those people that other people wanted to be around. He’d always been that way, hence the fact that my sister had wanted him, and the fact that I’d developed my ridiculous, hopeless-cause crush on him in the first place. 

  He had a natural ease and charm that made people smile, even if they were having a shitty day.  He gave good banter, and he knew how to tease people in a gentle, utterly harmless way that made them feel like they were special because he’d noticed them.  And he was curious about people, asking lots of questions and genuinely listening to their answers. 

It probably didn’t hurt that he was extensively easy on on the eyes, either.

All of this worked together to make him a warm, real presence that people wanted to get closer to, like campers gathering around a fire at night. 

I witnessed the power of his charisma over and over, in the way Audrey stood a half-foot closer to him than she did to other people, even though she was madly in love with her husband Griff, and in the way Roderick launched into an amusing anecdote whenever Beck arrived with his delivery, as though he’d been waiting to share the story with him.  Even snarky, cynical Zara wasn’t immune, spending extra minutes chatting to him on the phone when she called through our bi-weekly order, her laughter ringing through the cafe. 

Everybody loved Beck, and Beck loved everybody – with the notable exception of me.

✍🏻 Look at this gorgeous cover from Debra Anastasia for her Swimming in Sparkles, coming March 28th ✍🏻

Teddi Burathon is the perfect shield.
And I’ll use her as a pretty distraction so no one sees me coming.

Swimming in Sparkles, an all-new angsty, modern day Robin Hood, New Adult romance from Debra Anastasia is coming March 28th, and we have the gorgeous cover!

My name is Ruffian. To remember my mom, I want to change the world.

I’m going to do things wrong to make things right.
That’s okay, because I’m going to jail.
I know it.
I’ve planned for it. I was always going to end up there.

For now, I need a cover story.
A cover family.
A way to hide from the suspicion that always finds me.

Teddi Burathon is the perfect shield.
Popular, friendly, sassy. Good.
She’s everything I’m not.
And I’ll use her as a pretty distraction so no one sees me coming.

My heart is dead and I’m a bomb waiting to detonate.
Most people want to build a future.


I’m going to rob a bank.

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Debra creates pretend people in her head and paints them on the giant, beautiful canvas of your imagination. She has a Bachelor of Science degree in political science and writes new adult angst and romantic comedies. She lives in Maryland with her husband and two amazing children.

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✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 5 ⭐️ Review: Rebecca Yarros’s The Things We Leave Unfinished ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

Rebecca Yarros’s The Things We Leave Unfinished is a sweeping tale, a story written within a story. One of the stories is a modern-day romance, a bit enemies to lovers or hate to love between a woman who is allowing her grandmother’s story to be completed and published posthumously. Wrapped in this delicious, emotional story is a story from the past, namely Georgia’s grandmother’s story. As I was reading this book, I got tinges of Nicholas Sparks’s The Notebook with the move from the present to past. There is so much beauty in this story as one woman must come to terms with her own feelings of abandonment and letting go of her grandmother’s story, while the other must deal with a story that doesn’t have the ultimate happy ending, but there is still beauty in the story. 

Yarros has written such compelling characters in the form of Georgia and Noah. The way in which they challenge each other, pushing the other to be a better version of themselves while helping Georgia to heal from past hurts. Couple that with the compelling story of Jameson and Scarlett, and this story cannot be put down. 

If you’re like me, and you love stories from bygone eras and a little hate to love mixed in, then you should run and grab Rebecca Yarros’s The Things We Leave Unfinished. It will definitely steal your heart. 

In love and romance,

Professor A

✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 4 1/2 ⭐️ Review: Corinne Michaels’s Return to Us ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2

“We don’t know how to love with reservations.”

After reading the first chapter of Return to Us at the end of Corinne Michaels’s Stay for Me, I had been waiting impatiently for this second chance romance between Jessica, the flight attendant from Jacob Arrowood’s story, and her lost love, Grayson. Return to Us is the type of story that you love from Michaels because she writes these emotionally driven stories about fated couples. And Jessica and Grayson’s is no different. So what are the reasons you should grab Return to Us quick?

  1. The Corinne Michaels’s world is represented in Return to Us. Besides Jessica the flight attendant, there are mentions of characters from Michaels’s other books, and I know how excited I became as I realized their place in her world. 
  2. The chemistry between Grayson and Jessica is sinful. While this book isn’t bedroom scene heavy, it’s clear that Grayson and Jessica must end up together. There is steam in this book but that is only tangential to the overall story. 
  3. The second chance part makes for a compelling, if not frustrating, part of this book. Grayson and Jessica were high school sweethearts, intending on a future together, but life pulled them apart (well, namely, Jessica). Michaels is careful in her curation of their journey, and for me, it feels right in how it develops. That frustration that Michaels builds means she’s doing it right, allowing these two to work through their past so that they can have a future. 
  4. Grayson is the single dad hero that you didn’t know you needed. His main character flaw is his need for control. However, his compassion and love for his daughter and his need and love for Jessica make you fall in love with his character. He is protective, emotionally strong, and he fights for the people he loves. 
  5. Jessica’s evolution is the greatest one, and I love how Michaels works through her TBI in this story. She doesn’t instantly fix Jessica. Instead, she painstakingly shows her reader the difficulties of life after trauma. Additionally, Jessica must learn that dreams can change, and it’s through her journey that we come to that truth for this story: that what we dreamed when we were younger can always change and become a new dream. 

Return to Us is a sweeping emotional story about two people intended for each other. While life interrupts them for a while, Corinne Michaels shows us that love can heal and bind two people lost to each other. If you love small-town, single dad, second chance romance, then you should be reading Return to Us, the first book of Michaels’s newest series, Willow Creek Valley.

In love and romance, 

Professor A

✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 5 ⭐️ Review: Emma Renshaw’s Inferno, book 3 of the Burn series ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Emma Renshaw has done it again with the release of her newest Burn Series book, Inferno. To be honest, of the first three books, I think Inferno is my favorite, which is a compliment, given that the first two books are such fantastic stories. 

In Inferno, Foster finally gets his moment The story begins with Adeline “Addie” and Foster on the night of the high school bonfire that leads to tragedy. What we find out quickly is that Addie’s own world is also changed that night through her own personal tragedy. The story skips forward a decade to the lives that Foster and Addie currently lead. When their paths cross one fateful day, they find themselves drawn to each other. As Addie’s life becomes endangered, Foster lives to protect her. Will they find out who is trying to harm her before anything happens to her?

I think what I loved most about Inferno over the other two stories is Renshaw’s protection of Addison. As a warning, the tragedy of Addie’s past is a difficult one, and it causes her to hide through life. In the first two books of this series, Renshaw causes quite a bit of drama for her couples. Yet, given the trauma of Addie’s story, she withholds the drama within her couple. What this allows for is a focus on the suspense storyline instead. I loved that I didn’t become anxious for Foster and Addie’s coupling; instead, Renshaw creates tension in other aspects of the story. 

Additionally, Foster is the type of hero you can’t help but love. He is protective, insightful, and compassionate. Since Addie has hidden through life, he forces her into “living.” He shows her how living an abundant life is a tribute to her lost loved ones, and it’s a reminder to Renshaw’s readers that a life lived is far better than one that is safe. 

Lastly, Addison’s story will tug at your heart. From the first chapter, Renshaw captured me because she made Addie’s story both heartwrenching and beautiful in tragic ways. I couldn’t help but need to read her story because Renshaw makes us want so much for her. 

Honestly, I could return time and time again to Hawk Valley. Emma Renshaw’s characters feel like friends. Once again, she has written a compelling, romantic suspense of a story that will cause you to fall in love with Foster and Addie. But there is also a promise of more. If you love stories that show the beauty of a life born of ashes, then you will definitely want Inferno

In love and romance, 

Professor A

✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 4 1/2 ⭐️ Review: Piper Sheldon’s The One That I Want ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ 1/2

Piper Sheldon has quickly cemented herself as the writer within the Smartypants Romance universe who loves to re-tell some of our beloved stories. In her first two books of the Scorned Women Society series, we were treated to retellings of My Fair Lady (My Bare Lady) and Phantom of the Opera (The Treble with Men). These two have become two of my favorite books in the Smartypants Romance universe for the way in which they meld everything we love about Penny Reid’s Green Valley world and beloved stories from the past; you cannot help but be awed by the entwined nature of these books. 

Enter Sheldon’s newest book, The One That I Want, a Smartypants allusion to Grease. In this book, we get the story of Roxanne “Roxy,” one of the members of the Scorned Women Society. Trying to move beyond her past, one riddled with poor choices, Roxy finds herself on the road to success as an event coordinator for Donner Lodge. Hoping for a promotion as proof that the control she’s carefully crafted into her life so as not to become like her past self, Roxy creates boundaries that don’t allow anyone in who could derail her. This story begins while she’s finished a conference in Denver. She decides to go out to a club to “let loose.” It is there where she meets Sheldon’s hero, Sanders. For these two, it is insta-attraction. Unfortunately, Sanders, while exceedingly handsome and charming, it is a bit impetuous, a thrill-seeker. Trying to keep control of her life, she allows herself a kiss and hand-holding but tells herself that she cannot do anything more even though she is wildly attracted to him. After saying good-bye, Sanders knows that he needs more of Roxy, and he makes choices to put himself in Green Valley at Donner Lodge where she works. Is a happy ending possible for Roxy or Sanders, or will she protect herself with her buttoned-down control?

Unlike the first two books, this book doesn’t follow as closely to its story of inspiration. Instead, it’s the spirit of Grease that finds its way into this book with two characters who undergo personal transformations in order to be together. As Sheldon does so well, we feel Roxy’s conflict and Sander’s pining. I will say that Roxy can be a bit much in her pursuit of control, but as is the case with all good romances, these two find their way. 

While The One That I Want isn’t my favorite of Sheldon’s, it still reminds you of Sheldon’s genius at connecting our feelings of nostalgia for past stories with the world of Green Valley. Sanders reads like a sweet puppy dog of a guy, and you can’t help but root for him winning Roxy over and teaching her that balance is necessary to live an abundant life. 

In love and romance,

Professor A

✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 4 ⭐️ Review: Nikki Sloane’s The Architect ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

As background, you should know that I did not read the first two books in Nikki Sloane’s Nashville Neighborhood series. But let me tell you…that doesn’t matter. I got my hands on her newest book, The Architect. And…it’s HOT! Set in the same neighborhood as the first two books of the series, the story initially follows two neighbors, Lilith and Clay. We find out early on that Lilith is attracted to Clay, but he tends to be a secretive neighbor. As a vet tech, one night, Clay asks her over to help him find a cat who entered her house. It is that moment when their interest is ignited. Sharing “custody” of the cat, Clay and Lilith begin to explore a no-strings-attached relationship. Clay is a member of a BDSM, and he introduces some of that lifestyle Lilith. At the beginning of the exploration, he introduces a friend to her, Travis, one night at the club, and he becomes a surrogate of sorts in Clay’s absence, as he travels often. Over the course of this exploration, Lilith finds herself drawn to the two men. As their journey continues, she realizes that she might want a relationship with both men. Will Clay and Travis want the same from her?

From beginning to end, this book is steamy. It’s a menage with the fringe of BDSM. It isn’t a complicated story, and you can’t help but want the three of them to find a relationship together. Sloane does a fine job of pulling you into her story and keeping you engaged through her development of scenes with these three. What I found interesting about the development of these three characters is a lack of emotional attachment. We like them, but I felt like they were more physically entangled than emotionally so. However, I wouldn’t turn this book away in the least. 

If you love a menage with a lot of steam, then Nikki Sloane’s The Architect is your kind of read. 

In love and romance, 

Professor A

✍🏻 Professor Romance’s 4 ⭐️ Review: Four Weddings and a Swamp Tour ✍🏻

Overall Grade: ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️

Four Weddings and a Swamp Boat Tour is more of what you love about Erin Nicholas. In this book, Nicholas returns us to the Bayou with a return to her Boys of the Bayou. Mingle in Paige from her Hot Cakes series, and you have the perfect marriage of sweet and salty. We met Paige and Mitch in Nicholas’s novella, Oh, Fudge, where she left of curious about Paige traveling to Mitch’s hometown. It is there where these two tussle with Paige’s issues with commitment. I will say that Mitch is incredibly patient given Paige’s unwillingness to want more from him beyond the physical, but Nicholas does a good job of making us understand the reasons behind Paige’s reluctance. Intermixed with their story is the return of former beloved characters adding a touch of nostalgia to this book. Thankfully, Nicholas works out a happy ending for Paige and Mitch, making us believe in love all over again by this book’s end. This is a fun and steamy read for a weekend afternoon. 

In love and romance,

Professor A

✍🏻 Rebecca Yarros’s The Things We Leave Unfinished is LIVE! This is a beautiful story to wile away your afternoon. ✍🏻

Release Date: February 23rd

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Told in alternating timelines, THE THINGS WE LEAVE UNFINISHED examines the risks we take for love, the scars too deep to heal, and the endings we can’t bring ourselves to see coming.

Twenty-eight-year-old Georgia Stanton has to start over after she gave up almost everything in a brutal divorce—the New York house, the friends, and her pride. Now back home at her late great-grandmother’s estate in Colorado, she finds herself face-to-face with Noah Harrison, the bestselling author of a million books where the cover is always people nearly kissing. He’s just as arrogant in person as in interviews, and she’ll be damned if the good-looking writer of love stories thinks he’s the one to finish her grandmother’s final novel…even if the publisher swears he’s the perfect fit.

Noah is at the pinnacle of his career. With book and movie deals galore, there isn’t much the “golden boy” of modern fiction hasn’t accomplished. But he can’t walk away from what might be the best book of the century—the one his idol, Scarlett Stanton, left unfinished. Coming up with a fitting ending for the legendary author is one thing, but dealing with her beautiful, stubborn, cynical great-granddaughter, Georgia, is quite another.

But as they read Scarlett’s words in both the manuscript and her box of letters, they start to realize why Scarlett never finished the book—it’s based on her real-life romance with a World War II pilot, and the ending isn’t a happy one. Georgia knows all too well that love never works out, and while the chemistry and connection between her and Noah is undeniable, she’s as determined as ever to learn from her great-grandmother’s mistakes—even if it means destroying Noah’s career.

About the Author:
Rebecca Yarros is the Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of over fifteen novels, including Great and Precious Things and The Last Letter. “A gifted storyteller” (Kirkus), she is also the recipient of the Colorado Romance Writer’s Award of Excellence for Eyes Turned Skyward from her Flight and Glory series.

Rebecca loves military heroes and has been blissfully married to hers for almost twenty years. She’s the mother of six children, ranging from kindergarten to law school, and is currently surviving the teenage years with three of her four hockey-playing sons. When she’s not writing, you can find her at the hockey rink or sneaking in some guitar time while guzzling coffee. She and her family live in Colorado with their stubborn English bulldogs, two feisty chinchillas, and a Maine Coon kitten named Artemis, who rules them all.

Having fostered then adopted their youngest daughter who is nonverbal and on the autism spectrum, Rebecca is passionate about helping children in the foster system through her nonprofit, One October, which she co-founded with her husband in 2019. To learn more about their mission to better the lives of kids in foster care, visit www.oneoctober.org.

To catch up on Rebecca’s latest releases and upcoming novels, including The Things We Leave Unfinished, which just received a starred review from Publishers Weekly, visit www.RebeccaYarros.com.

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