Kristen Casey

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Kristen Casey pens contemporary romance novels with heat and heart, and loves to get lost in scenes of snarky dialogue! Kristen lives in Maryland with her husband, two kids, and assorted cats. In her spare time, she enjoys all things crafty.

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Kristen Casey Right now? I can't get enough of Stella and Howie, in C. L. Lynch's "Chemistry". They are hilarious and wise and brave, and have just the right dash…moreRight now? I can't get enough of Stella and Howie, in C. L. Lynch's "Chemistry". They are hilarious and wise and brave, and have just the right dash of slightly-undead romance. You've got to check them out!(less)
Kristen Casey In 2019, I will be releasing a whole new trilogy, featuring three very steamy heroes! I'm hard at work on them now, and I'm already in love!
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In 2019, I will be releasing a whole new trilogy, featuring three very steamy heroes! I'm hard at work on them now, and I'm already in love!
Book one is called "The Titan Was Tall", and it features a growly billionaire who falls for the one woman he shouldn't - and it's filled with heat and emotion and tons of fiery banter! You're going to love it. Keep your eyes peeled, because I hope to have it released by March! (less)
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Finding Love (Second Chance...

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Spring is Heating Up!

Daylight Savings Time might be knocking me for a loop, but I couldn’t wait to show you this…

Check out the cover for  The Titan was Tall! 

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THE TITAN WAS TALL is book one in my brand new Triple Threat series, and it hits online booksellers next month – and you can bet I am all kinds of in love with its gorgeous new cover! Deborah at Tugboat Design knocked this one out of the p...

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“Owen folded his arms around Morgan to steady her when she crashed into him, and was enveloped by her scent, her warm softness. When she gave a scared little scream, he tightened his arms in a protective reflex. She fit him perfectly, he noted distractedly. And she was soaked: he'd seen her come in from the rain, her expression frantic, just as he had rushed in the front door. His shirt was plastered to his chest between them.

"Hi Honey, I'm home," he breathed, astounded to be holding her at last.
Kristen Casey, Finding Home

“Morgan closed her eyes and took a deep breath. “Maybe you’re right,” she sighed, “We should probably wait.”
Owen drew back, and she could feel him studying her. She waited as long as she could stand it before she opened her eyes and grinned. He chuckled, low in his throat, a predatory gleam in his eye.

“Not a chance,” he muttered, closing in.
Kristen Casey, Finding Home

"Take your hair down," he croaked, his voice deep even to his own ears.
She blinked, and reached up to pull the elastic from her hair, the motion doing fascinating things to the fit of her lingerie. He watched the shiny, blond-streaked tresses fall over her shoulders and down her back, and felt a tug of satisfaction that his pillows would smell like her hair after all this was over. Maybe for days. He would revel in that, later. For now, he had the woman herself to savor.”
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“…Jake caught the briefest glimpse of a demure set of pale pink lingerie, and then Molly was airborne—jumping feet-first into the deep end. She swam underwater like a mermaid, finally coming up for air near the center of the pool. Her hair was slicked back on her skull, shining and as dark as melted chocolate and Jake was frozen to the spot by
So. Much. Molly. All on display for him. God—she was really, really wet.
~"Finding a Husband" by Kristen Casey”
Kristen Casey, Finding a Husband

“Well, I am also pretty confident that I’ve got your number,” Jake told her, glancing at her again. Could eyes dance? Because his baby-blues appeared to be dancing. At minimum, they were annoyingly sparkly.

“Please,” Molly scoffed. “You don’t know anything about me.” She hoped.
~ "Finding a Husband" by Kristen Casey”
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“Packing some heat there, aren’t you Officer?”
Jake looked down and yanked on the hem of his blazer. “Don’t you worry about that, miss,” he chuckled. “That’s for later.” He pecked her on the cheek and steered her toward the door.
“We have got to stop meeting like this,” Molly grumbled, irritated by his nonchalance. Her legs felt like jelly and she tottered on her heels, making her even more annoyed.
Jake steadied her—of course he did. “Really?” he asked, the soul of civility. “I disagree.”
Kristen Casey, Finding a Husband

“Owen folded his arms around Morgan to steady her when she crashed into him, and was enveloped by her scent, her warm softness. When she gave a scared little scream, he tightened his arms in a protective reflex. She fit him perfectly, he noted distractedly. And she was soaked: he'd seen her come in from the rain, her expression frantic, just as he had rushed in the front door. His shirt was plastered to his chest between them.

"Hi Honey, I'm home," he breathed, astounded to be holding her at last.
Kristen Casey, Finding Home

“Morgan closed her eyes and took a deep breath. “Maybe you’re right,” she sighed, “We should probably wait.”
Owen drew back, and she could feel him studying her. She waited as long as she could stand it before she opened her eyes and grinned. He chuckled, low in his throat, a predatory gleam in his eye.

“Not a chance,” he muttered, closing in.
Kristen Casey, Finding Home

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