Lyla Bardan, Author

Youthful, light-hearted romance with a touch of fantasy

In Irina’s Cards, by Christine Hart

Posted on Apr 26, 2016 by LylaBardan   1 Comment | Posted in Author Releases

Today, I welcome Christine Hart to share her new book, In Irina’s Cards (Book 1 of The Variant Conspiracy), a New Adult romance from Soul Mate Publishing. In Irina’s Cards is the story of 19-year-old Irina Proffer who discovers a world of fringe genetic science and supernatural mystery. Following visions inspired by a strange deck… Read More »

Shadow Mission, by NJ Damschroder

Posted on Apr 16, 2016 by LylaBardan   1 Comment | Posted in Author Releases

Thank you so much to Lyla for allowing me to visit today! For a long time after I started writing, I thought there was an absence of young adult fiction. I grew up reading Silhouette YA romances, and felt the publishing industry was missing a huge part of the market that would hurt us in… Read More »

Soul Mate Publishing

Posted on Nov 30, 2015 by LylaBardan   No Comments Yet | Posted in Books & Stories

I just signed a contract with Soul Mate Publishing for A Sprint to His Heart. I’m looking forward to working with editor Samantha McMahon!

Here They Lie, by D.K. Burrow

Posted on Nov 4, 2015 by LylaBardan   No Comments Yet | Posted in Author Releases

Today, I welcome D.K. Burrow to my blog to talk about her New Adult romance, Here They Lie (The Bloodstone Legacy Book 1). Some secrets refuse to stay buried. One town. Three families. A secret that refuses to stay buried. Now the deadly legacy passes to a new generation. After her aunt’s untimely death, Reese… Read More »

Girl Divided Two, by Suzie T. Roos

Posted on Nov 2, 2015 by LylaBardan   No Comments Yet | Posted in Author Releases

Today I welcome Suzie T. Roos to my blog to discuss her recent Young Adult release, Girl Divided Two, the follow-up to Girl Spoken For. Life was supposed to get easier… At least that’s what Tatum had hoped. New school year, great boyfriend…and things with her and Zach were supposed to be wonderful. Fairy tale… Read More »

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