Calling all romance readers! Empire is happy to host romance authors Elizabeth Seckman and Kathi Barton for a signing on Saturday September 10th! They will be bringing several copies of their books including books from the Coulter series (Seckman) and the Pride of the Double Deuce series (Barton). Both authors will have tons of goodies to give away including gift baskets and more! Ms. Barton will also be bringing some steamy adult coloring books available to purchase. Don’t miss this hot event at Empire!
Elizabeth Seckman, author of women’s fiction and romance, is an active blogger and busy mom. She lives in New Martinsville, West Virginia with her husband, Chad, and their four sons. A Marshall University Alumna,this Herd fan was heart broken when all of her boys chose to be Mountaineers. WVU may get her cash, but Marshall always has her heart.
You can find Elizabeth at http://www.elizabethseckman.com
Kathi Barton, winner of the Pinnacle Book Achievement award as well as a best-selling author on Amazon and All Romance books, lives in Nashport, Ohio with her husband Paul.When not creating new worlds and romance, Kathi and her husband enjoy camping and going to auctions. She can also be seen at county fairs with her husband who is an artist and potter. Her muse, a cross between Jimmy Stewart and Hugh Jackman, brings her stories to life for her readers in a way that has them coming back time and again for more. Her favorite genre is paranormal romance with a great deal of spice.
You can visit Kathi on line and drop her an email if you’d like. She loves hearing from her fans. email@example.com.
Follow Kathi on her blog: http://kathisbartonauthor.blogspot.com/
Released May 2016, Swept Away!
He came looking for a ghost. Instead, he found a girl.
Tucker Boone is a war-hardened Marine on a ghost hunt. Fresh out of the corps, Tucker learns he has a missing half-sister, Maddy. The only clue to her whereabouts is a cryptic note…I’ve gone Mad, Mags. Tucker agrees to search for her and heads to Ocracoke, North Carolina where a ghost named Mad Mags is said to haunt the ancient graveyards dotting the island.
The note doesn’t bring him any closer to finding Maddy, but it does offer him a diversion to the doldrums of civilian life— his new island neighbor, Josie McCoy. Tucker is drawn to her quiet spirit. There’s something special about Josie…a connection he can’t quite explain.
By summer’s end, he’s mixed up in deception, murder, and the love of a lifetime. Logic tells him to head home and forget the truths he found on the island. But can he walk away? Josie offers him more than love; she offers him hope. When the clues pile up and it looks like she can never be the girl for him, he has to make a choice- play it safe and break her heart, or risk everything for a chance at being swept away.
Past Due, book 1 of The Coulter Men Series is #99cents
Jenna Austin is a young, widowed artist raising a teenage son on the Outer Banks of North Carolina. As the costs of living in paradise rise, she struggles to make ends meet. Life isn’t easy, but she manages.
When her car breaks down, she trudges on. She assumes life can’t get any more complicated than it is. But it can…
Chance brings her nose to well-formed chest with Tres Coulter, the handsome, affluent aid to Governor Hunt. Jenna and Tres share a history; they also share a love they thought long lost. Their lives are about to be altered forever as the deceptions of the past transform the very foundation of the present.
The price of happily ever after may be too steep to pay once the past comes due
Elizabeth divides her time between her beach cottage and her scrupulously clean house in the hills of West Virginia. Ooops. That’s fantasy Elizabeth.
The real Elizabeth spends her days schlepping after her four boys (five if you count their father) and the assortment of pets they swore they’d take care of. She does live in West Virginia; the house is clean when the mother-in-law visits; and she does have serious dreams of living at the beach.
Elizabeth is a Marshall University graduate with a degree in counseling. This has proven very beneficial when dealing with the make-believe friends she hangs out with all day (she calls this ‘writing’).