Letter H on the A to Z April Challenge 2014

Today is the letter H on the A to Z Challenge. Hidden Heart by Camelia Miron Skiba. Genre: Romance

Camelia opened the A to Z Challenge with a book under letter A, if you missed it here is the link, http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-4yA and if you want to find out more about Camelia, check out this post when she joined the blog in our Romancing September Tour. http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-2zf


A woman’s journey through the darkest depths of human emotion and life. A man’s struggle with heartache, redemption and finding love again. Do second chances really exist?

Tessa Cosma is a deceptively sweet businesswoman who knows how to ride the wave of chaos in corrupt, post-communist Romania to maintain the lifestyle she so carefully built for herself. Her ideal world shatters when an unplanned pregnancy ends after a brutal assault. To compound her troubles, she must unravel a fraud accusation that threatens her reputation and career.

Alessandro Santinelli, the charismatic Italian banker with whom she spent an incredible, lust-filled night a year ago, comes to her rescue. Tessa refuses his help and chooses to rise above the devastating forces of death, betrayal and fraud to prove her innocence and discover her true self.

Amazon.com  or Amazon.co.uk

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Here is a chance to win one of Camelia’s books


Camelia Miron Skina

WEBSITE: LOVE. WTHOUT YOU http://authorcameliamironskiba.com/
FACEBOOK FAN PAGE: https://www.facebook.com/Camelia.M.Skiba
GOODREADS: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4864495.Camelia_Miron_Skiba
TWITTER: @CamiSkiba
AMAZON AUTHOR PAGE:  Camelia Miron Skiba

Here are some randomly selected links to other bloggers taking part in the challenge, please find the time to visit their sites too.




During the challenge we are encouraging people to leave comments on as many blogs as possible, all supportive comments are greatly appreciated, thank you.

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20 Million pieces of personal info sold online

A shocking report in Wednesdays Daily Telegraph by Katherine Rushton advises that the illegal sale of personal information used on the internet is increasing at alarming rates. 20 million pieces of information such as credit card numbers, passwords, bank details and dates of birth were sold in the first six months of this year. This is 4 times the amount for the same period in 2010.

It mirrors the rise in people entering their details on-line to settle utility bills, pay for holidays or order goods online. Companies and banks urge consumers to take care to protect their details.

Three fifths of users leave websites by closing windows rather than logging out.

More than one-quarter of people never look for the padlock sign in the top right corner of the page.

Hackers sell your information from credit cards on the black market for up to $30/£18 a piece or more depending on your credit limit. Passwords for e-mail accounts fetch $20 while bank account numbers go for $10 – $1000.

One in six Britons open “Spam” e-mails, one in fifty click on the links in them!

Don’t be a victim!