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Radio Talk Show Host and Blogger: Deanna Heiliger


Deanna Heiliger

Kirkus Review: A tragic death opens the door to the spirit world, offering a new chance for two broken hearts. Nolan begins by writing Emmalyn and the two commence an epistolary courtship that evolves into real-life romance {veers into straight-up erotica} Readers might expect that,`a la Fifty shades, the calculated seduction and submissiveness evolves into darker, more complicated relationship; Instead, the narrative focuses on caricatured displays of wealth, power, and relatively unproblematic sexual dominance. Over the top; might please fans looking for another Shade of Grey.


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  1. St. Augustine, FL, August 17 2017] Award winning romantic fiction author C. L. Hunter has announced she has taken a Silver Medal in the Annual 2017 Florida Authors and Publishers Association President’s Book Awards in the Florida Adult Romance category. The new book is the second book in the Soul Mate series featuring primary characters Kate and Deacon, and is the follow up to her first romantic fiction novel, “Your Soul Was Made for Mine.”

    The Florida Authors & Publishers Association is an organization for authors, publishers, independent publishers, illustrators, editors, printers, and other professionals involved in the publishing industry. It focuses on providing the highest quality of information, resources, and professional development to members and others interested in the writing and publishing profession.

    “I am thrilled, excited, and humbled.” Hunter stated. “This is a huge event and to get the silver award is just awe inspiring.”

    Hunter takes being a romantic person seriously. She doesn’t just believe in it. She lives it. She is in complete harmony with the concept of happy ever after. Through her writing, she takes readers with her. She believes that we were all born to love, to show love, and yes, to be loved.

    We live in a world in which multiple relationships are typical and divorce is the norm, but life doesn’t end when one part of our lives fall apart. You never know what’s around the next bend. Being a hopeless romantic seems old fashioned to some. However, to C. L. Hunter, being a hopeless romantic means that you are deeply in love with another person and there is little chance of falling out of love with that person. That is what we all seek. This is the concept that she provides for her readers.

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    The storyline of ‘My Soul Belongs to You’ takes readers from the busy city life of Dublin, Ireland to the quiet little town of Hilton Head, South Carolina. Two lives are pulled together by tragedy and something more—call it fate, call it faeries. After giving up a daughter for adoption at sixteen, Katlyn Reynolds has built a successful advertising company to keep her mind busy and her heart safe. But this pain from her past has made Kate a use ’em and leave ’em kind of girl, bypassing love and commitment to protect herself. And this system has worked—until she meets Deacon O’Mallery, a sweet, sexy, striving Irish businessman.

    ‘My Soul Belongs to You’ has received rave reviews. One stated, “This book was absolutely riveting. Twists and turns all throughout that kept you on edge until the end. Suspense, mystery and beautiful romance combined into one. I can’t wait for the 3rd book.” Another said, “I loved the first book but this one is definitely the heart and soul. I am so looking forward to the third book coming out soon.”

    C. L. Hunter is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at toughii@comcast.net. Both books are available on Amazon, B&N, Kobo, ITunes and other online book retailers in 51 countries. More information is available at Hunter’s site at http://www.clhunterauthor.com.

    About C. L. Hunter:

    C.L. Hunter started writing poetry as a young girl. She attended Arkansas State, studying business, but started a family early having three children. Hunter considers herself a Floridian, having lived in Saint Augustine since the age of seven.

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    C. L. Hunter
    toughii@comcast.net
    http://www.clhunterauthor.com
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