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Grab your Kindle and get ready for a laugh-filled ride into the world of make-believe in this Romantic Comedy Box Set created by nine New York Times, USA Today, and Award-winning authors of THE AUTHORS’ BILLBOARD! Cute But Crazy: Unique and Unpredictable

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Cute But Crazy: Unique and Unpredictable

by Susan Jean Ricci, Dani Haviland, Mona Risk, Leanne Banks, Susanne Matthews, Katy Walters, Angela Stevens, Patrice Wilton, Stephanie Queen
4.7 stars – 5 reviews
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Get carried away with this CUTE BUT CRAZY crowd!

A fake husband, a color-blind painter, a pair of frustrated nudists, crazy neighbors, a cowboy doctor, a tipsy pig and more.

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Grab your Kindle and get ready for a laugh-filled ride into the world of make-believe in this Romantic Comedy Box Set created by nine New York Times, USA Today, and Award-winning authors of THE AUTHORS’ BILLBOARD.

Susan Jean Ricci – The Charming Chameleon: Can karma inspire a mismatched couple to forgo masquerading and reveal their true selves for love?

Dani Haviland – The Wizard of Odds: Two co-workers take on an impossible challenge and wind up with a menagerie of unusual animals looking for a second chance in the desert. Will the mismatched couples get one, too?

Mona Risk – Husband for a Week: Sicilian vendetta, fake husband, and an irascible matchmaking grandmother complicate their lives. Can love conquer all?

Leanne Banks – Cowboy MD: Could he cure what ails her?

Susanne Matthews – The Tipsy Pig: A socialite, a recluse, and a tipsy pig—the perfect recipe for romance?

Katy Walters – Love Your Neighbor: Moving into a new neighborhood has more challenges – and nuts – than they thought possible.

Angela Stevens – Whitewash: The Tricks of the Trade: What could go wrong when a Pinterest addict lets a color-blind painter and decorator fix up her dream home?

Patrice Wilton – Night Music: A little magic can make anything happen in South Beach.

Stephanie Queen – Small Town Hot Shot Bride: Will Tammy foolishly get swept up by charming out-of-towner Roark and his runaway train attraction? Or will she derail him for good?

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Kindle Nation Daily Romantic Comedy Readers Alert! Stephanie Queen’s Laugh-Out-Loud Novel, THE THROWBACKS (THE SCOTLAND YARD EXCHANGE PROGRAM) – Now $2.99 on Kindle

5.0 stars – 6 Reviews
Text-to-Speech and Lending: Enabled

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She’s a vivacious, light-hearted young beauty from Beacon Hill
He’s a world-weary not-so-young exile from Scotland Yard.
She’s an orphaned decorator who longs for a family of her own.
He’s a rogue detective with a superhero complex.
She’s smitten with this superhero who is the last man she sees in the picket-fence picture of her future.
He’s smitten with this fluffy young romantic who he sees as kryptonite to his career and well being.
But if you saw Grace and David in a room full of people, and you had to pick one man and one woman who belonged together, you would pick them. They would be The Throwbacks.Vivacious young decorator Grace Rogers sets her sights for that picket-fence life she longs for with the unlikely world-weary British exile, the not-so-young David Young. The ex-Scotland Yard detective joins the Boston Police Department to salvage his career. He hires Grace to decorate his Beacon Hill townhouse to salvage his life.
But this rogue detective’s plans for a new beginning are threatened when he can’t resist the seemingly unseemly romance with his too-young bombshell decorator. Grace turns out to be a key witness in his high-stakes kidnapping case–and like Kryptonite to his career and his well-being with her romantic notions of family life.David put his life on the line to save her from the kidnappers, but now is Grace willing to put her dreams on the line to save her real-life superhero from himself?


4 1/2 Stars “Resplendent in rich detail, laugh-out-loud moments, a fast-paced plot and spellbinding characters, The Throwbacks is a stellar not-to-be-missed standout!” – Diane Morasco from Romantic Times Book Review

The Throwbacks embraces the time when a woman can be beautiful, flirty, sexy and intelligent. Grace eludes all those characteristics. David is the man that tries deeply to deny himself of her charms. He is tall, dark and handsome. He is a man whose life has had its share of turmoil. David has been transferred to Boston to work as part of the Scotland Yard Exchange Program. This is a tale of suspense with a twist of delicious sultry passion. You won’t soon forget David, Grace and all the other characters that make this book such a fantastic read. I loved it! Thank you Stephanie Queen

Amazon Reviewer, 5 Stars

About The Author

Once upon a time, there was a young story teller in the kingdom…er, queendom.  Then she grew up and… er, no… she never actually did grow up.  That’s not to say she didn’t get old, or more old, but not terribly old, more like middle-aged really.  Okay, so she was no longer short and cute.
But really, I always did like to make up stories.  Still do.  Still live in my own little world–where I’m Queen.  Of the Queendom.  Hence, the name.  (Or whence the name?)  Oh, what’s in a name anyway.
Now I’m sure you’re wondering how I manage to live, but I assure you I am quite competent.  Except I couldn’t get the crown to actually sit on my head in the picture to the left.  Still learning…
Oh, about me.  I love cats.  I have a girl cat, a princess technically. Named Kitty.  No, I’m serious.  Long story.  No, I don’t have time.  Or space.
Okay, so I do not have the inclination.
More about me.  I spend hours, days, weeks, months (you get the picture) sitting at my desk, looking out the window of my castle/bedroom and writing complete fabrications in a romantic whimsical vein.  Alright, if you insist, you can call the writing quirky.  But I do keep myself amused.
Yes, it’s true, and entirely believable, I do have a college degree.  I’m not saying when I obtained said degree, however.  Go UConn!
Where do I live (for real) you ask?  Among the picturesque lake-filled hills and dales (not sure what a dale is) of New Hampshire (the Granite State) (Live Free or Die) (Tough choice, but there’s a lot of tough people around here).
What else do I do besides write presumably fabulous “R”omantic stories with noble heroes and amazing, warm heroines who you want to be just like?  As if that’s not enough, I sometimes deign to teach, cook for the two gigantic very well-muscled sons and try to make sure Kitty doesn’t take over the house while I’m away in the Queendom. (That’s no joke.  The cat’s a control freak.)
I actually have a very rich non-imaginary life.  Right at the moment, however, I can’t think for the life of me what else it’s all about.  Maybe I’ll think more about it later and get back to you…

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