Following RISE, FALL and PLAY…
I’m working on Moss, the lead guitarist’s story and I’ve paired him with Zander’s ex, Stormy Hagan. For more on Resurrection, sign up to my newsletter. I also have plans for Luther (Zander’s bodyguard), and a final book for Zander and Elizabeth.
I’ve received English language rights back for Mr Imperfect, Mr Irresistible, and Mr Unforgettable. Watch out for reissues of all three in the first quarter of 2018.
I’m delighted to announce that World English Rights have reverted to more of my Harlequin SuperRomances. Here’s the reissue schedule (Click the links to find excerpts and etailers):
Bring Him Home – A Sizzling Book Club pick at SmartBitchesTrashyBooks when it was first published in 2012 and a Recommended Read at DearAuthor. Bring Him Home, the third in my Special Forces series which began with Here Comes The Groom, and Stand-In Wife.
Claire Langford is ready to move on. She’s grieved for her late husband, and now it’s time she made a different life for herself and her kid. She’s got a new business in the works that should accomplish that. Before the plan gets off the ground, however, she needs Nate Wyatt’s help. First she has to track her husband’s best friend down, then drag him to New Zealand.
Too bad Nate is complicated times ten following his discharge from the military. Given how difficult it was to persuade him to make the trip, she’s not prepared for his kindness, his support…his captivating attention. And she’s definitely not prepared to fall for him. But it just might be too late to stop that from happening.
But Nate has a very good reason not to fall in love with her.
Read more here.
Stay which deals with an unexpected pregnancy. First published as Like Father, Like Son by Harlequin SuperRomance in 2009.
Here Comes The Groom (Special Forces #1) – for lovers of military heroes and friends-to-lovers stories.
If Jo Swann weren’t so furious, she’d probably laugh. Her best friend, Dan Jansen, has launched a campaign worthy of his Special Forces training to arrange their wedding, from music and minister to flowers and food. What part of no does he not understand? Their marriage ‘agreement’ was a tipsy scrawl on the back of a coaster…three years ago. It’s not a question of love. Of course she loves Dan. She’s loved him all her life. If only she could get him to slow down a minute and listen—to be the friend she needs right now—she could convince him that marriage would ruin everything.
“Karina Bliss is an excellent writer whose plots are so complex and her characters so realistic that readers are given much more than cookie cutter rehashes of classic stories. Also, her solutions to the problems are unique…” – Desert Isle Keeper, www.likesbooks.com
“I’ve announced the next book club pick: Karina Bliss’ Here Comes the Groom, and it’s lovely fun reading. I would venture to say it causes one to be washed on the warm baking sands of love’s splendid shores of good reading bliss…” – Smart Bitches Love Trashy Books.
“If I had to summarize what I think the skill of a good romance author is, then it is this ability. To use what everyone loves about the romance genre, without letting those conventions take over. And you do this really well.” – Dear Author
Stand-In Wife – A comedy caper with a twin swap plot and another military hero.
Playing with dynamite, a girl could get burned…
Given his aversion to love and marriage, Ross Coltrane—an elite soldier and demolitions expert—has no idea how he ended up playing middleman to his kid brother and the estranged wife. More terrifying is suddenly noticing how sexy his sister-in-law is. He’s never been attracted to his brother’s wife that way before… But he’s always had a spark with her twin. Turns out the identical sisters have pulled a swap and duped everyone around them. Furious much? About to rain down retribution, Ross hesitates. Something about Vivienne Jansen’s gutsiness and misplaced do-gooding gets to him. Except, he’s not a guy who has feelings. Everyone calls him the Iceman. He doesn’t know how to be anything else…
“Bliss might be my favorite contemporary romance author. Funny, earnest characters falling in love. This has kind of a madcap pace to it but I loved the vivacious Vivien and the wounded soldier, Ross. Perfect pairing.” – Jane Litte, Dear Author
“Well drawn characters and a fun story make for a lively read….And the attraction between Viv and Ross sparks.” – Romantic Times
“Twins switching is an old theme, but Karina Bliss makes it refreshing with a zany madcap romance. The support cast is a delight as they add madness to the wild comedic New Zealander comedy. Still the bottom line is the romantic subplot as Ross and Viv fall in love in a wonderful example of chaos theory at work.”– Harriet Klausner, Genre Go Round
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