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Sweet Romance + Thrilling Intrigue = February Best Reads

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Night time can be frightening, especially when you’re all alone.


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He wanted revenge but found love instead.


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Some promises are meant to be broken, Some vows are forever…


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Can the course that they’ve set for the future handle a slight detour...?


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The famous bells are ringing a hero’s welcome when a former army captain returns home...


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"A cracker of a read—her best yet!"—B. A. Paris


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Trading favors, battling wills, and winning love


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Bound by love. . .torn apart by secrets.


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Will a blackout change everything for these unlikely lovers?


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360 comments posted.

Re: The Solid Grounds Coffee Company (10:01am Friday):

As I don't drink coffee, I would love to have a "proper"
afternoon tea with my Mom - if she could come back from the
dead and we could have a lovely little visit together.

Re: Beach Haven (9:59am Friday):

Looks like a great book. I would love to go someplace
peaceful and quiet in the mountains.

Re: Lady Hotspur (10:21am Thursday):

creamy bread pudding (without a rum sauce - yuk)

Re: Storm from the East (10:20am Thursday):

blueberries

Re: The Winter Companion (2:02pm Wednesday):

I love linzer tart cookies!

Re: Fair Weather Enemies (2:00pm Wednesday):

I love when historical facts and places and names are woven
within a story.

Re: Forever Strong (12:00pm February 11):

Just spending the day together is always special for us -
year in and out.

Re: Once Upon a Sunset (11:59am February 11):

I definitely love Italian.

Re: Defending Zara (11:58am February 11):

I love Mounds bars.

Re: Lucky Chance Cowboy (10:17am January 31):

I love programs that feature pets. I have to say Eddie from
Frasier was great.

Re: Wicked Cowboy Wolf (9:44am January 30):

The sheer imagination of it all.

Re: Whiteout (9:31am January 28):

I cannot even imagine how I would survive. I love to read
these types of stories for inspiration and ideas.

Re: Cold Nose, Warm Heart (9:30am January 28):

I have 2 dogs and 3 cats at the moment - and I love them
each so much. Any pet is a great pet.

Re: Inherent Truth (9:37am January 27):

I love series books and it's so hard to pick just one I
love historical series, such as Jacqueline Winspear's Maisie
Dobbs, and so many others; I love romantic series such as
Robyn Carr's many series, and ... I can't begin to list
them.

Re: Secret Mountain Hideout (10:01am January 24):

I love the relationships between the characters. But I like
all the elements of a story blending together.

Re: Murder at the Arts and Crafts Festival (12:19pm January 20):

I love the variety of selections and to see all the
beautiful creativity and myriad of colors. I love the cover
of your book.

Re: Lean on Me (10:54am January 15):

I look forward to whatever 2020 will bring - the pure
possibilities are endless. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Loki Ascending (10:53am January 15):

Sounds like a great story. I sure can see advantages of
being invisible at times.

Re: A Cowboy Never Quits (4:52pm January 3):

I love the outdoors and ruggedness - and if you add in
horses, I'm in heaven.

Re: The One for You (4:48pm January 3):

I want to get more exercise and feel happy with myself - and
declutter.

Re: Risk It All (4:48pm January 3):

Definitely prefer the mountains.

Re: Pathfinder (4:47pm January 3):

I just love the idea of cowboys!

Re: A Wedding in December (9:49am December 6):

I love the Christmas songs and the feeling of joy in the
air.

Re: The Goddess Gets Her Guy (9:57am November 21):

sounds like a great book.

Re: Wolf Rebel (9:57am November 21):

Sounds like some great reading.

Re: Puppy Christmas (11:38am November 18):

Peace among man!

Re: Puppy Christmas (11:29am November 15):

Thanks for sharing. And thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Longing for a Cowboy Christmas (11:28am November 15):

I love everything about Christmas. And I love Christmas-
themed books and stories. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: The Evil that was Done (10:37am July 1):

Sounds interesting. I like ghost stories because they can be seen from the view of the other side - if there is one.

Re: Cold Aim (10:35am July 1):

Sounds like a great story. I recharge by ... reading.

Re: Wicked Highland Ways (11:17am June 4):

My favorite is Autumn, but Spring is a very close second.

Re: Death Blow (9:22am April 9):

Love cop shows. And your description of yourself sounds as intriguing as your books. We're definitely a match - and I'm going to have to seek out all your books - because I have to find out what the books are like.

Re: Foul Play on Words (9:12am April 9):

I love your description of yourself - and your sense of humor. And I am VERY curious about "purses made out of rescued books." Really? I think you and your books are a perfect match. Thanks for sharing.

Re: A Lord Apart (9:52am March 27):

Sounds like a great story and the cover is beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it!

Re: In Her Sights (9:51am March 27):

The book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it!

Re: Chocolate a la Murder (11:43am March 11):

This sounds like a great book - and I LOVE the cover. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: It's Getting Scot in Here (11:48am March 4):

Looks like a great story. Thanks for chance to win.

Re: Let Me Love You (2:16pm February 27):

Sounds like a great story. Best of luck with it.

Re: It's Getting Scot in Here (2:13pm February 27):

Looks/sounds like another winner. Best of luck with the newest book. Thanks for a chance to win a copy.

Re: Earl to the Rescue (12:10pm November 30, 2018):

Looks like a great story. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: My Forever Home (12:53pm November 27, 2018):

Your book sounds great - and the cover is fantastic. I loved that you shared what inspires you in your work space.

Re: Cowboy Christmas Jubilee (9:32am October 31, 2018):

Sounds like a fantastic story. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas (6:58pm September 26, 2018):

Sounds like a great story.

Re: Mistletoe in Texas (6:57pm September 26, 2018):

Sounds like a great book. Loved the column.

Re: How the Earl Entices (9:40am September 13, 2018):

Very interesting points made. The book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to
win.

Re: Highland Conquest (9:46am February 19, 2018):

Just being there - in the Highlands - to soak in it's beauty.

Re: Beyond Danger (9:21am January 30, 2018):

This sounds like another great story! Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: One Summer Night (9:33am October 4, 2017):

Loved your blog - about your top 5 choices. I would have a hard time narrowing all my "faves" to just 5, especially if you're including both TV shows and movies. One Summer Night sounds like another great book. Good luck with it!

Re: Whispers of Warning (10:09am September 19, 2017):

I can't think of just one just now. The one I want to say isn't coming to mind. This book looks great!

Re: Her Dark Half (11:09am September 14, 2017):

I haven't read any of these books - so now I've added them to my TBR list. They sound great.

Re: On the Chase (11:07am September 14, 2017):

Love all her reasons. They are great - and that's why her books are fun to read!

Re: Last Gentleman Standing (11:04am September 14, 2017):

I agree with earlier comments that technology - and the immediacy of contact with others or available information. It's all wonderful - as long as you don't become "addicted" to it all.

Re: Addressed to Kill (10:34am August 22, 2017):

Love the colors in the cover. It sounds like a great story. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Dressed to Confess (10:33am August 22, 2017):

Cute cover. The book sounds like a fun read. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: A Tangled Yarn (10:32am August 22, 2017):

What a great cover. The book sounds like a fun read. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Freedom's Ring (10:07am August 15, 2017):

I've never heard the phrase "time-slip novels" but it's the perfect description. Your book sounds like a great read. And the cover is beautiful. I'm already on the waiting list for your book at my local library. Thanks for this chance to win a copy. Best of luck with the book - and all you do.

Re: Bookman Dead Style (2:05pm February 27, 2017):

Old typewriters are wonderful. Your book sounds great.

Re: Snowbound with Mr. Wrong (9:53am November 21, 2016):

I guess just ONE of my favorites was always lining up at the top of the stairs on Christmas morning waiting for my Mom & Dad to tell us it was OK to run downstairs and into the living room to see what Santa had brought during the night.

Re: A Family Under the Christmas Tree (9:18am November 2, 2016):

My brother's birthday was Christmas Day. So he always had a cake, and then we also sang happy birthday to the Baby Jesus in front of the crèche.

Re: Irish Stewed (9:41am June 7, 2016):

I loved reading about alllll your books. I haven't read some but they're on my TBR list. Thanks.

Re: London Tides (4:24pm March 4, 2016):

I hope to get swept away and into the lives of the characters in the book I'm
reading. If I do, I know it's been a successful read. Your book sounds great.

Re: Island Hope (4:21pm March 4, 2016):

Every hero has his special qualities - especially when matched up with his personal
heroine. That's why I love to read - to discover new heros and new heroines.
thanks for the chance to win. Your book sounds great.

Re: The Cowboy's Bride Collection (10:20am February 15, 2016):

This book sounds great. I'm like a lot of the other responders: my Dad was my hero. He was all powerful, even if he was a bit "gruff." But I always knew he could do/fix anything and everything. I always loved watching cowboy movies and programs, or reading cowboy-themed books.

Re: Divorced, Desperate, and Daring (10:23am December 21, 2015):

I was going to say a cord of some sort to use as a garrote. However, I always think of strangling a person as needing a lot of strength and a bit of time. So ... makes me feel ghoulish to even think such thoughts. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy holidays!

Re: A Skeleton in the Family (10:05am December 17, 2015):

Audio books are wonderful - for so many folks. But reading aloud is still a great gift to give to folks who cannot do the reading themselves.

Re: Pouncing on Murder (10:00am December 17, 2015):

Oh the things I've learned or investigated because of the books I've read. And the places I've traveled - literally and figuratively. The amazing gifts of each book read are wonderful. Books are so much more than the story on the pages.

Re: Carry Me Home (11:28am December 11, 2015):

I love Australia! Went there years ago - as a dream destination. Still love ALL things Aussie. Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Love, Dogs And Other Catastrophes (11:26am December 11, 2015):

I love every day because I am such a lucky girl/woman. Your book sounds wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Somewhere in Time (10:04am December 4, 2015):

Sounds really interesting.

Re: The Girl in the River (10:11am October 21, 2015):

I have walked along the Thames - oh-so-many years ago. I love walking along bodies of waters - no matter where I am. The book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Duke of Scandal (10:08am October 21, 2015):

I like them both - as long as the story has a great tale to tell.

Re: A Cowboy Firefighter For Christmas (9:52am October 6, 2015):

I love vintage (old) things that evoke days gone by and with just simple imagination you can create all sorts of possible past stories. It's so inspirational.

Re: Thunder On The Plains (9:49am October 6, 2015):

Getting older - and truly realizing that we are ALL deserving to be here and to make the best of our time here on Earth.

Re: First Season / Bride to Be (9:46am October 6, 2015):

They come in ALL shapes and sizes.

Re: Smart, But Dead (11:08am September 29, 2015):

Weird? I like to say UNIQUE - in every way. Who wants to be normal anyway? Too boring. I've loved reading all the responses to your question. Seems like there are a lot of us "individual" types out there. Good luck with your book. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Woman of the Mists (10:12am September 25, 2015):

Sounds like a wonderful book. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with the book.

Re: Sing for Me (10:05am September 21, 2015):

I loved your comments today - and your book sounds great. I LOVE hearing stories of family history/lore. I have delved a little into our family history but, unfortunately, don't have the gift to create and spin those tales into a book. That is a true talent. Thanks for sharing yours with us.

Re: Last Chance Cowboys: The Drifter (10:03am September 4, 2015):

Do unto others and you would have them do unto you. Be grateful. Life is Good. I love your books. Thank you for the chance to win. Your new series sounds like they will be winners - just like all your others.

Re: The Highlander's Bride (9:59am September 4, 2015):

I like it when there is give and take between the characters - and the woman is feisty. But I always love to see the different ways authors can create new and exciting settings, characters, situations. That's why I am an avid reader. I can't get enough. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: The Thorn Bearer (9:25am August 28, 2015):

The newness, the unknowingness of the story and the people in it. The sense of discovery - of what each page in each book will bring. Thanks for your blog today. Your book sounds wonderful.

Re: Newport (10:20am August 24, 2015):

I love stories set in the 20s. I don't mind a touch of spiritualism/supernatural but I'm not big on horror. Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with all you do.

Re: Last Chance Hero (12:11pm August 19, 2015):

My Dad and I did a road trip - when I was older - to New Mexico. It was a great chance for the two of us to get to share time together - and share the driving, too. I felt SO grown up. Your books sound wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Lady Emily's Exotic Journey (12:06pm August 19, 2015):

I love books set in the "Victorian" era, but I can't pick just one to be my favorite. I LOVED your blog today - I learned so much just from reading it. Thank you - and thank you for the chance to win. But, win or lose, I'll be getting your books to read. I am totally intrigued now.

Re: Island Dreams (12:23pm August 17, 2015):

I went to Prince Edward Island twice - years ago. And loved it!!!! But I haven't been there since it was connected to the mainland by a bridge. I hope it's as unspoiled and beautiful as I remember. I also loved Mackinac Island. There are so many more I'd like to visit. Your book sounds wonderful. Thanksf or the chance to win.

Re: Merger of the Heart (11:48am August 13, 2015):

Lucky me - no picky eaters in my life. Although my husband insists I am a picky eater. I think he's crazy.

Re: The Great Estate (11:46am August 13, 2015):

READ - books set in that period. Re-watch the earlier seasons and revisit the cast all over again. Find NEW series to watch. Watch lots of other BRITISH programs. Love the accents!!!! Love period pieces of any sort. Listen to 20's music. And wait anxiously for the new/last season.

Re: Penalty Play (11:42am August 13, 2015):

A story that grabs me from the first page and doesn't let me go til the last - with a cast of likeable characters - and perhaps the chance to learn a bit of history, too. I like to escape into the books!

Re: Hot Point (11:39am August 13, 2015):

I love all YOUR suggestions. I have watched them all. And now I have to get started on reading all your books. Thanks for this chance to win. Best of luck in all you do.

Re: Naked (11:54am July 24, 2015):

I learned something new - about the tiered wedding cakes, and a lovely recipe for honey cake. Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win a copy, but I'll be reading it even if I don't win!

Re: No Safe Harbor (11:52am July 24, 2015):

Love your explanation of handfasting! Your book sounds wonderful. Thanks so much for the chance to win.

Re: School's Out for Murder (10:48am July 23, 2015):

Sounds like a great book. I can't believe how many "always turned in homework" answers you have. I, too, always turned it in - because I was a terrible story-teller and knew I'd get caught if I tried to NOT turn it in. That was my best motivator.

Re: As Waters Gone By (9:46am July 17, 2015):

Loved your blog - and your thoughts/concepts of journaling through your novels. I love what you wrote. Thanks for sharing and for the chance to win a copy of your book. Best of luck with all you do.

Re: The Curiosity Keeper (9:45am July 7, 2015):

Any regency that comes my way, I'll read it. I love the feeling of "period" books.

Re: SEAL Wolf Hunting (10:57am July 2, 2015):

I'd have to say I'm a settled-down type who gets her risky ventures vicariously through the books she reads. Bring on those great risky venture books.

Re: The Spring Bride (1:54pm June 24, 2015):

Romance just feeds the soul. All varieties of romance. It just makes you feel good.

Re: Bushel Full Of Murder (1:53pm June 24, 2015):

The entire assortment of fresh goods is ALL a treat. Too many to list. I love to attend farmers markets - everywhere I can.

Re: Desperate Measures (10:20am June 19, 2015):

For comfort I always go to basic black tea. I've tried all the herbals, the hibiscus, etc., but always end up using a simple black tea for comforting. Your book sounds great. Best of luck with it.

Re: SEAL's Code (10:02am June 18, 2015):

I LOVE historical-based books because I get to learn at the same time I am caught up in a new and original story. And a lot of times I check the facts to make sure that what's been incorporated into the "novel" is actually true. It's such a fun and painless way to learn. Your book sounds great.

Re: Outlaw Hearts (10:00am June 18, 2015):

I can't think of just one series - but I do love a series of books where I can get to know and grow with the characters. I guess it started WAY back wiith the Anne of Green Gables series, Nancy Drew Series, Trixie Belden series, and so on and so on. Your books sound like they'll be great.

Re: Collared For Murder (1:48pm June 16, 2015):

Loved the interview. My cats are definittely the rulers of our household - they run the show. There are 4 of them - and each of them thinks - oops, KNOWS - they are numero uno. The 2 legged humans and the 4-legged dogs don't stand a chance of winning any battle with any one of our 4 felines.

Re: London Tides (1:54pm June 12, 2015):

I love to read so I can live vicariously through the stories and characters in the books. Total escapism.

Re: Daughter of Valor (1:53pm June 12, 2015):

All members of our military are my heroes - and brave people who make everyday living a success. I keep all in my prayers.

Re: Love's Rescue (1:50pm June 12, 2015):

I love the fact that heroes come in all shapes and sizes, with all sorts of wonderful attributes. How can one choose. I love the variety.

Re: Murder Freshly Baked (1:48pm June 12, 2015):

Love all the elements you described that are contained in the book. Sounds like a wonderful read. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Five Brides (1:47pm June 12, 2015):

Sounds like a great story - and I would love to read it. Win or lose this contest, I'll have to get the book to read. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Shadow Fires (1:46pm June 12, 2015):

Opposites attracting is quite a common theme - that I love - in romance stories.

Re: Never Resist A Rake (1:44pm June 12, 2015):

Every night with my husband, snuggled up on the couch, with the pets around us, is heaven to me.

Re: Legitimate Lies (9:14am May 1, 2015):

I love to "escape" to new locales, and even different time periods, through books. I depend on the written word to "paint" the pictures for me. I get transported via a great book. Your story sounds wonderful. Thanks today's blog and for the chance to win.

Re: The Cozy Cookbook (9:59am April 14, 2015):

Wow. Some great recipes just in the responses. I love to make some great yogurt mixtures for my breakfast. My favorite, go-to is: "some" non-fat plain yogurt and "some" natural applesauce stirred together with some cinnamon and crushed walnuts. Yummy start to the day. These books and recipes all sound scrumptious. Thanks for the chance to win

Re: The Snow Globe (9:10am March 13, 2015):

Sounds like a great story. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Private Affair (9:37am January 23, 2015):

So many choices - it's fun to be able to "play the field"! Variety, they say, is the spice of life.

Re: Meow If It's Murder (10:33am January 13, 2015):

Sounds like a GREAT story - I love the Nick & Nora movies, I'm a cat lover, and mystery lover soooooo ... this book (and series) sounds like it's my cuppa tea. Good luck with everything!!!!

Re: If the Shoe Kills (10:24am November 18, 2014):

Getting together with family is always the best part of Thanksgiving - or ANY holiday. Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy Thanksgiving to one and all.

Re: Crime Rib (9:43am July 1, 2014):

Sounds like a great book. And since I haven't read the first one yet, I now have two to add to my TBR list. Thanks for this chance to win.

Re: Muffin But Murder (9:51am June 30, 2014):

I have to be honest - I've not read any of your books. But after reading today's blog and the description of your books, I'm going to remedy that omission real quick. I love "quirky" characters - I think the more unique, the better. Thanks for this chance to win.

Re: Mischief By Moonlight (1:59pm June 25, 2014):

Sounds like a great book. I love strong, rugged, hero types - with senses of humor. Actually, as long as the story is great, I love all types of heros and heroines. Yours sound like fun. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Once Upon A Kiss (1:49pm June 25, 2014):

Sounds like a great story - and lots of fun. As for an embarrassing moment at a dinner party - I'm very lucky (so far) to not have any such tales to tell.

Re: Saving Amelie (11:21am June 13, 2014):

What a great-sounding book. I'm originally from LI so I feel even more drawn to your book. Best of luck with it.

Re: Their Unexpected Love (10:04am June 6, 2014):

I love the ideas of beaches and all that goes with it. I can't pick one favorite - but I hope you hear from others who can. Your book(s) sound great. Thanks for this chance to win.

Re: Love For Beginners (9:52am June 3, 2014):

Wow - I haven't read any of these books - so you can bet I'm going out to get them now. Great idea for a series. Thanks for this chance to win one of your books.

Re: Tempest In A Teapot (9:51am June 3, 2014):

I have a terrible memory for things in the past - sometimes when people are telling a story and insisting I was there, I am TOTALLY not remembering any of it. Makes you wonder. Your book sounds great. Thanks for a chance to win.

Re: Honor Reclaimed (11:04am May 28, 2014):

Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win. Great luck with the book and all you do.

Re: To Charm a Naughty Countess (10:49am May 23, 2014):

This sounds like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win. As for words that would win me over - anything positive. My husband tells me all the time I make him happy - or make him laugh - or just that I'm so smart. Those kind of positive words make me feel the luckiest person - I've got on one of "the good ones" and I know how blessed I am.

Re: Meet the Earl at Midnight (10:44am May 23, 2014):

Love the idea of all the serendipity that played a part in your story. I love the idea of serendipity. Your book sounds great. Thanks for this chance. I am VERY fortunate in that I've never really had to make anything that I considered a sacrifice in my life. But I truly respect those that do.

Re: Deep in My Heart (11:33am May 14, 2014):

I used to love all the old classics - with Gary Grant, or the Tracy/Hepburn, or Astaire and Rogers, etc., etc. They're ALL my favorites. What a great blog. Thanks for sharing. And your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (11:31am May 14, 2014):

Oh my gosh. I've learned SO much from all the historical-based novels I've read. I can't begin to think of one particular one. Hmmm. WOW. You've certainly got my mind working. This book sounds great! And I loved your blog entry. I'm stilllll thinking of just one tidbit. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Always Emily (11:28am May 14, 2014):

Your book sounds wonderful. I was lucky to have had a great Mom, and have a great sister, and had a great brother, too. Both my Mom and brother have already gone - way too early - but I still have that sister. I consider myself blessed. Thanks for this chance to win.

Re: Pure Heat (11:20am May 14, 2014):

Your book sounds fantastic. Thanks for this chance to win! All the best with this new series.

Re: The Memory Garden (10:54am May 6, 2014):

Loved your blog today. Thank you for sharing. And my your garden and life continue to be blissfully "ordinary." Your book sounds quite intriguing. Thanks for this chance to win.

Re: The Paris Time Capsule (11:15am April 28, 2014):

This sounds like a fantastic story. Even if I'm not a lucky winner, I will have to get your book to read. It sounds great. Best of luck with it! Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: The Miracle Thief (10:21am April 24, 2014):

Miracles do happen. Yes. Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Home to Stay (9:40am April 16, 2014):

I really believe you can make a home anywhere as long as your loved ones are near. As the saying goes, Home is where the heart is. Your book sounds delightful, so win or lose, I'll be getting it to read. Thanks for this chance. Good luck with the book!!!

Re: Unfixable (9:26am April 15, 2014):

I like a hero and/or heroine with a problem - that gets fixed as the story progresses. Sounds like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Desiring Lady Caro (9:18am April 9, 2014):

I hope you and your muse continue to have a long and prosperous partnership. Thanks for the chance to win!

Re: How to Handle a Cowboy (1:19pm April 3, 2014):

I love books in a series - but especially when each story can be stand alone, if need be. But I love getting to know (and revisit) the "cast of characters"!!! And ... cowboys, too?!!! How can you go wrong. This sounds like a wonderful series. Best of luck with it! And thanks very much for this chance to win.

Re: The Red-Hot Chili Cook-Off (1:16pm April 3, 2014):

I hadn't heard of these books - but just the description is whetting my appetite. They sound ... delicious. Thanks for this chance to win. I am addicted to watching cooking shows - and yet I'm not a great cook. Crazy, huh? Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with the books!

Re: A Killing Notion (9:50am April 2, 2014):

They say "variety is the spice of life" and I find that true in my reading tastes - I like all sorts, but especially "cozy" mysteries. Your series both sound wonderful and I'm sorry to say I haven't read any of them. But having read your blog today, I will be going out in search of them because I am totally intrigued. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of your book.

Re: The Winter Bride (9:46am April 2, 2014):

Loved your blog today. This book sounds wonderful. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

Re: Dash of Peril (9:44am April 2, 2014):

I loved your blog - and the "teasers" for this particular book. It sounds like a great read. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.

Re: Mad About You (9:43am April 2, 2014):

I do enjoy friends-to-lovers stories, although I don't have a favorite. I think being friends is so important in a relationship. Your book sounds great. Thanks for this chance to win a copy.

Re: Winter in Full Bloom (11:33am March 28, 2014):

Thanks for your blog today. Your book sounds great, and the cover is beautiful. Thank you for the chance to win.

Re: Pretty Reckless (9:45am March 25, 2014):

Just one cowboy???!!! Can't pick just one. Looks like a fun book! Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Stealing the Groom (9:04am March 19, 2014):

Sounds like a wonderful story. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Her Summer with the Marine (9:17am March 18, 2014):

I love series books - but that can be read as a "stand alone" in case you haven't read the books that came before the one you have in your hand. I love the feeling of coming home when I pick up a series book and get to visit with the other cast of characters. This sounds like a wonderful story - like all of your books. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with this one and all you do.

Re: Desperately Seeking Suzanna (10:04am March 14, 2014):

Reading your blog made me hungry - but reading all the comments were just as fun (and hunger-inducing). Your book sounds GREAT. Thanks for this chance to win. Best of luck with the book - and ALL you do. And,... oh, yes, MY favorite dessert is bread pudding (nice and custardy, not too dry).

Re: The Bride Insists (10:00am March 14, 2014):

Loved your blog today. I love all "black sheep" heros - I love it when they have that touch of "rogue" about them. I've never seen or even heard of the movie Black Sheep. So I'll have to investigate that, too. Thanks for this chance to win. Best of luck with the new book - and ALL you do.

Re: Dating, Dining, and Desperation (9:57am March 14, 2014):

Loved your blog today - and love the sounds of the Dear Daphne series. I have to admit I haven't read the first one yet, so that means I can play catch up. Thanks for this chance to win. Best of luck with this book - and ALL you do.

Re: Shadowed By Grace (9:50am March 14, 2014):

I loved every word of your blog today - "reading is like breathing to me" too!!! And my TBR pile grows ever-higher and faster than my "been read" pile. But I am addicted to reading. It's my life's blood. I have to admit I've never read any of your books - but now that I've met a "kindred spirit" thru your blog today, you know I'll have to rectify that immediately. Thanks for this chance to win. Best of luck with this book and ALL you do.

Re: The Mapmaker's Daughter (9:47am March 5, 2014):

The book sounds great. I LOVE historical novels. Best of luck with your book - and all you do. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: The Cowboy's Mail Order Bride (9:26am February 20, 2014):

I loved "your story" of how you were a mail order bride. Thank you for sharing!!! Your book sounds wonderful. Even if I'm not lucky enough to win a copy, I plan to get it to read because I now feel even more curious, knowing the inspiration for the tale. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: What The Groom Wants (9:32am February 13, 2014):

Love your books, and loved today's blog where you share some of YOUR surprise moments in your books. What fun. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with this and all you do.

Re: Much Ado About Jack (9:30am February 13, 2014):

Your book sounds great. Thank you for the chance to win. I loved your views in your blog today. I think Shakespeare would not have been surprised by anything ... he would have made it all fodder for a new story of his own.

Re: Deep in My Heart (9:28am February 12, 2014):

The advice was very interesting. The book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Teacup Turbulence (9:49am January 27, 2014):

All your books sound great. I've never ready ANY ... so even if I am not a lucky winner, I already feel I've won to have discovered a "new" author. But I thank you for this chance to win. And I'll be getting your books to read because they sound ... well, like my cup of tea.

Re: Wishing On Buttercups (9:29am January 24, 2014):

Thank you for your blog today - and the chance to win your book. It sounds wonderful. Even if I don't win, I'll have to get it to read. It sounds just my cuppa tea - with a strong message to boot. Thank you.

Re: The Splendour Falls (9:08am January 24, 2014):

Loved your blog today - and I bet lots more of your dreams have come true since then. I traveled much in making my dreams come true, and am now married to a fantastic man. So many dreams have been realized and so many more to achieve. Your book sounds fantastic. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Between A Rake And A Hard Place (9:22am January 17, 2014):

I love both but ... if I had to choose ... I'd have to go with house parties at country estates. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Sadie's Secret (9:19am January 17, 2014):

What a wonderful-sounding story. I would LOVE to win - but even if I don't I will have to get this one to read. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: More Than A Touch (9:18am January 17, 2014):

There are SO many elements in books that I love - but as long as they capture me and draw me in from that very first word and then transport me to another world and let me be a part of it - even temporaraily - then I will forever love that book. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Songs of Shenandoah (9:19am January 10, 2014):

This sounds like a great book. Thank you for the chance to win. Even if I am not the lucky winner, I'll be getting your book to read. Happy New Year.

Re: Shadowed By Grace (9:18am January 10, 2014):

What a wonderful-sounding book. I would love to win. But even if I'm not a lucky winner, you can bet I'll be getting it to read. I am totally intrigued. Thank you for the chance to win.

Re: If Wishes Were Earls (12:42pm December 30, 2013):

What a great giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy New Year.

Re: Take Over at Midnight (9:35am December 20, 2013):

This sounds like a great book. And since I haven't read any of the series, I have a lot of catching up to do. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy Holidays.

Re: Thrown (9:29am December 16, 2013):

Loved your blog! Love the cover. Love the sounds of the entire book. Thanks for the chance to win. And every good luck with this book and all you do. Happy Holidays.

Re: Stranded (9:34am December 6, 2013):

Great ideas for chilling (or notching things down) during holidays. Your books sound wonderful. I haven't read any - but they are now on my TBR list. Happy Holidays!! Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Tempest's Course (9:18am December 6, 2013):

Your book sounds GREAT. I used to love the Victoria Holt and Phyllis Whitney books! Now that I've read your piece, I'll have to re-read some. AND thanks for the chance to win. But even if I'm not the lucky winner, you can bet I'll be getting Tempest's Course because I'm totally intrigued. Happy Holidays!!!

Re: Rugged Hearts (11:06am December 5, 2013):

I love all the comments you've received so far. It makes me even more thankful for the life I have and the family, and job, husband and pets. We lost my brother this year very unexpectedly and that makes me appreciate my family and how we support each other all the more. Your book looks fantastic. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy holidays to everyone!!!

Re: A Song At Twilight (9:35am November 18, 2013):

Wow - this sounds like a great story. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with this book and all you do.

Re: Shenandoah Crossings (9:30am November 14, 2013):

Your book sounds wonderful. When I was younger I thought about going back in time - especially to wagon train/pioneer days in the US. Nowadays... I'm not sure I'd be brave enough to go back in time. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with this and all you do.

Re: How To Handle A Highlander (10:10am November 8, 2013):

This sounds like a great book. And I enjoyed your story about making your own "period" clothes. WOW - very impressive to me as I am not very good at anything which involves sewing. Thanks for this chance to win. Best of luck with this book and all that you do.

Re: Daughter Of The God-King (10:08am November 8, 2013):

Your book sounds like a GREAT read. Thanks for the chance to win. And best of luck with this book and all you do.

Re: A Cadence Creek Christmas (8:52am November 7, 2013):

Your book sounds wonderful. Thanks for a chance to win. What a combo - romance and Christmas. How great is that?! Best of luck with the book - and all you do.

Re: Upon a Winter's Night (10:48am November 6, 2013):

I love ALL things Christmas - but the best part of all is the MEANING of Christmas - the SPIRIT of Christmas. Your book sounds marvelous - I love all your books. Thanks for this chance to win. Best of luck with this book and all you do.

Re: Born Wild (10:00am November 1, 2013):

This sounds like a really great book. Thank you for the chance to win a copy. And best of luck with it!!!

Re: A Midsummer Bride (9:29am October 31, 2013):

Your book sounds great. And I love a heroine with characters and smarts. This sounds like a real winner. Best of luck with it. And thanks for the chance to win!

Re: Once a Rake (9:17am October 30, 2013):

Your book sounds great - and the cover is gorgeous. I love ALL regency books - there is just something about that entire period that captures my heart. Best of luck with your newest book - and all you do. And thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Norse Jewel (11:09am October 28, 2013):

The book sounds fantastic - and the cover is great. Thanks for the chance to win - and best of luck it!

Re: The Circle Of Thirteen (11:07am October 28, 2013):

This really sounds like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it.

Re: The Wishing Thread (11:06am October 28, 2013):

Sounds like a great book. Thanks for the chance to win. I used to crochet Granny Square afghans and give them away to friends and family. I haven't done that in a long time.

Re: The Wicked Wallflower (6:33pm October 25, 2013):

Your book sounds great. Thanks for a chance to win. Crushes are always hard -
unless they lead to reality.

Re: Because Of Audrey (6:31pm October 25, 2013):

your book sounds great. Thanks for a chance to win. I prefer to dress up when
I'm on stage - and can take on a whole new personna. But dressing up is always
fun.

Re: Behind the Shattered Glass (11:51am October 17, 2013):

It is indeed a tough choice - but I can't wait to read your newest book. Thank you so much for the chance to win. And best of luck with this newest book - and all you do.

Re: Death Of A Schoolgirl (9:45am October 14, 2013):

Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it!

Re: Love and Other Games (1:20pm October 6, 2013):

Give me the heat of a roaring fire in the fireplace - and a good book and/or
great company ... and I'm in heaven. Thanks for the chance to win!!!

Re: Kisses On Her Christmas List (9:32am October 3, 2013):

I love Christmas - and books about Christmas - all year round. Thanks for the chance to win your book. It looks delightful. Merry Christmas to all - throughout the year.

Re: Command Performance (10:05am October 2, 2013):

Your book sounds great. Best of luck with it. It must be nerve wracking and exhilerating at the same time to have your "debut" out in the hands of the public now. I wish you lots of happiness with it.

Re: The Outlaw Knight (9:53am September 27, 2013):

Your book sounds wonderful. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with all you do.

Re: How To Date A Dragon (9:44am September 27, 2013):

What a wonderful posting! Thank you for sharing so much about yourself - and what books/stories mean to you. Your book sounds fabulous. Thanks for the chance to win. But I feel YOU've given me a gift today - not only your posting but a new author to love and cherish. I've never read any of your books - but that is about to change. All the best in everything you do.

Re: To Wed A Wicked Highlander (9:31am September 20, 2013):

Loved your post today. I dread ... crowds. I hate being in crowded situations - but just have to deal whenever it happens. Your book sounds great. thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it!!!

Re: How To Entice An Enchantress (9:20am September 18, 2013):

No doubt about it - the LIBRARY!!! Love & Literature. But the puppy in the basket and a picnic runs a CLOSE second. Your book sounds fabulous and I would LOVE to win a copy. Thanks for the chance. Best of luck with it.

Re: The Surprising Enchantress (11:16am September 16, 2013):

Sounds like you had a great time in NYC. I LOVE going there to see shows. Your book sounds GREAT. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with the book.

Re: Traces Of Mercy (11:40am September 12, 2013):

Your son's (and daughter-in-law's)wedding day sounded beautiful. And ythe book sounds fantastic. Thanks for a chance to win a copy. But even if I don't win, I plan to get it to read - because it sounds like a real winner. Best of luck with it!

Re: When Mountains Move (9:25am September 11, 2013):

Thank you for sharing some of YOUR favorite reads. I'm definitely going to look into them. Plus YOUR books sound fantastic. And what a lovely idea to give two of each book - so you can share them with friends. How very sweet. Thanks for the chance to win. But even if I'm not a lucky winner, I HAVE to get your books to read - they sound great. Again, thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Honeymoon To Die For (9:20am September 11, 2013):

I admit that a cover for a book or movie does catch my eye - but then I read the description. If the description doesn't grab me, then I don't get it. However, I haven't seen "Lars" - so you've got me sold to search it out and watch it. Your covers look great! Love the colors. And thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Love On A Midsummer Night (10:14am August 8, 2013):

Loved your views on romance and Shakespeare - a wonderful combination. Your book sounds great. Thanks for a chance to win.

Re: The Passion Of The Purple Plumeria (9:34am August 6, 2013):

Loved your post today - and went immediately to your web page and signed up for your newsletter and, as soon as I finished this, start looking over your Weekly Reader Round-Ups. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing. Your books have long been on my TBR list - and now I'll have to get started reading them. Best of luck with your newest - and all your books! Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: A Father For Her Triplets (10:36am August 5, 2013):

Congratulations on your weight loss - and continued success as you keep on track. I am going to take your post to heart and start on my own course of losing weight and getting in shape. Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Date with Destiny (10:32am August 5, 2013):

Thank you for your great post today. And I loved reading all the answers/comments you've received thus far. I have soooo many favorites - but my all time favorite is Anne Shirley from all the Anne books. And Gilbert was my first, crush, too. I always said I'd name my first son Gilbert - and everyone would roll their eyes. I thik you and I may be kindred spirits. Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Death Al Dente (9:10am August 2, 2013):

Your book sounds great. I didn't move away until I was in my 30's, and I've never been back. Actually, I'm ready to move on again - and try a new state. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with this book - and the entire series.

Re: The Eskimo Hunts in Miami! (10:02am July 31, 2013):

Thank you for a great post today. Your books sound wonderful. Even if I don't win, I'll have to get your books to read. Best of luck with them!

Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: London (12:18pm July 30, 2013):

Great advice. Thanks for sharing. And your books sound wonderful. I truly appreciate the chance to win. But now that I've read about them, I plan to get your books to read whether I win or not. Best of luck with them - and all you do!

Re: The Outcast Prince (10:56am July 25, 2013):

I love the unending possibilities that paranormal storylines have - infinity and beyond. Your book sounds fantastic. Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with it!

Re: Reckless (10:54am July 25, 2013):

The new series sounds fantastic. I can't wait to get started. Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with Reckless - and the entire series.

Re: A Spy to Die For (10:50am July 25, 2013):

This sounds like a fun book! Thanks for a chance to win - and best of luck with it!

Re: Rugged Hearts (10:31am July 24, 2013):

There was a woman who offered a class for high schoolers and I just happened into the class - thru a series of "coincidences"! That class helped me learn so much about myself - and THAT was such a great help to me at that time in my life. Your book sounds great - and thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Kissing My Old Life Au Revoir (9:25am July 23, 2013):

Thanks for sharing your wonderful personal story - I am so impressed with you and your darling husband for GOING FOR IT! It takes great courage to make such a leap of faith - but I KNOW it's going to work out for you. I hope you DO write a memoir about it - or keep all of us up to date via a web page or something. Because I am totally hooked on your personal story now. And your book sounds fantastic, too. Thanks for the chance to win - and best of luck with EVERYTHING.

Re: The Officer And The Secret (11:57am July 19, 2013):

I'm lucky because I've never had to deal long distance. I would think the occasional surprise gift in the mail - or a "real" letter, handwritten, sharing your thoughts. Your book sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it.

Re: Meet Me At The Cupcake Cafe (9:48am July 18, 2013):

Your book sounds ever-so-tasty. I wish you the best of luck with it. And thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Rancher to the Rescue (10:46am July 17, 2013):

Your book sounds great. I was surprised at how much my husband likes to be a homebody - just the two of us, and our animals. We're very contented in our own little world. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with the book.

Re: Merger to Marriage (10:06am July 13, 2013):

Your book sounds like a great read. I LOVE Lucy was great TV - classic TV. I
can't pick just one favorite moment --- but I do love the one where she
"mirrored" Harpo Marx. I loved some of the guest stars that had cameos on
her programs. She was a great actress. I love conflicts and tension in books
- but enjoy it when those conflicts and tensions get resolved. I love to follow
those wonderful story lines. Thanks for sharing your post today.

Re: Ignited (9:38am July 12, 2013):

Loved your post today - and have to say the books in this new series sound wonderful. AND I feel like a winner already because I've never read any of your books but based on today's post, I'm going out to search for some to read right away. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with this new series - it sounds like a winner.

Re: Pennsylvania Patchwork (10:03am July 10, 2013):

I enjoyed your post today - and your book sounds quite interesting. Thanks for a chance to win. I wish you every luck with the book - and all future endeavors.

Re: Jungle Fire (10:01am July 10, 2013):

I like a variety of books with all sorts of settings. I love new and exciting lands - where I can travel there in my mind at least and learn some new facts. However, I also love books set in small towns where you get to know an entire host of characters. Variety is the spice of life - and book reading. Your book sounds wonderful. Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with your book and all your endeavors.

Re: Pieces Of The Heart (9:58am July 10, 2013):

I loved your post - and the book sounds wonderful. I also think the cover is beautiful. Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with the book - and all other books you write.

Re: Masters of The Cats: Collaring The Saber-Tooth (10:04am July 3, 2013):

Sounds like a great story. My husband and I will be celebrating the 4th together at home - quietly - this year. And I'm very much looking forward to it!!! Best of luck with the book - and thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Prince of Secrets (9:33am July 3, 2013):

WOW - I don't know how you do it!!! 6 books in 8 weeks. CRAZY!!!! And everything else that goes along with the writing - the promoting, the socializing, the connecting. You are amazing. And I love everything that you write - so I hope you keep strong and continue on and on and on. As for what drives me crazy: my book/reading obsession. Yes, obsession. I collect books faster than I can read them. My TBR, like someone else said, gets taller and longer all the time. I'm always w-a-y behind in my reading - but wouldn't change it for anything.

Re: It Happened One Midnight (9:22am July 3, 2013):

I admit up front that I've not read any of your books - but I love the covers and love the excerpt so now I feel like I'm a winner already because I have 8 in a row I can read one after the other. What fun. And as for the question, my answer is It's inevitable it will happen again. Yippee. Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with the newest book - and all to come in the future.

Re: Wish You Were Here (11:09am June 28, 2013):

I have always loved to read - and make trips to the library. I remember feeling special each and every time I walked through the doors of our local library in Oyster Bay, New York (Long Island). That feeling remains today - in Virginia or wherever I go to a library. And book stores or anywhere I can get a book. I'm what I term as a book-aholic. I love books and reading. I can't imagine NOT being a reader. Thanks for sharing your wonderful memories and making us all think and share ours, too. Your book sounds great - best of luck with it. Thanks for a chance to win.

Re: Luck of the Dragon (9:45am June 26, 2013):

I loved your posting today. Thanks for sharing your personal story - it was sweet. And your book looks (cover) and sounds great. Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with the book - and all future endeavors!

Re: Exposed (9:41am June 26, 2013):

I love your books! Thanks for the chance to win the newest. Best of luck with it - and all you do!!!

Re: Act Like You Love Me (9:38am June 26, 2013):

My life has lots of embarrassing and awkward moments - but somehow I've managed to survive! Your book sounds like a great read. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it!!!

Re: One Night (1:48pm June 23, 2013):

Never had just one night that changed my life - but our book sounds great.
Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with it.

Re: Widow Of Gettysburg (9:15am June 20, 2013):

I am much more inclined to buy books based on blurbs. If I discover a book trailer, then that is just an added bonus. It is the cover and the blurbs on books that initially entice me. Your books sound wonderful - I definitely plan to get them to read. Best of luck with them.

Re: The Fireman's Homecoming (10:26am June 12, 2013):

I've never heard of a prayer shawl - so this sounds extremely interesting. Thanks for a chance to win - and best of luck with the book!

Re: Flirting with Disaster (10:10am June 10, 2013):

Sounds like a great story. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with the book.

Re: Tainted Angel (9:48am June 6, 2013):

I love spy stories. And I never heard the term "angel" used the way you are using it in your book - a first for me. You book sounds totally intriguing. Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with the book - it sounds like a real winner.

Re: The Firebird (9:39am June 6, 2013):

My all time favorite book is Anne of Green Gables - and the entire series. But so many of the things from that book have stuck with me my entire life: Kindred Spirits, each day being new with no mistakes in it, etc., etc. But I love hearing about other peoples favorite books, or books that made a differene. Thanks for sharing yours. and thanks for the chance to win your newest book. Best of luck with it.

Re: It Had To Be You (4:58pm June 4, 2013):

I rather have peace and quiet when I'm reading, BUT ... if that's not possible, I just zone in on the book and ignore the sounds around me. That can be dangerous but ... reading is soooo much fun. Your book sounds great. Best of luck with it.

Re: Sweet Revenge (4:57pm June 4, 2013):

Sounds like a great book. I would love to read it - even if I'm not a lucky winner. Best of luck with it.

Re: Dead, White, And Blue (11:52am May 30, 2013):

I loved your comments about life being so interesting because of the individuals in the worlds - and their storylines. I think that's what keeps the world fresh, in our daily encounters, and I think that's what keeps books fresh - if the author can capture the essence of individuality. Thanks for all your wonderful books.

Re: Lighten Up (10:26am May 28, 2013):

Everyday life is filled to the brim with unimaginable "real things" - so varied and crazy that I could never dare to try and list them. Your book sounds great - and thank you for the chance to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Paige Torn (10:00am May 28, 2013):

I personally would love what I call, in my mind, an English Cottage Garden. And while it hasn't yet taken physical form, I still enjoy the process of "imagining" it. That's half the fun. Your views on writing - and an ice cream garden, are wonderful. And your book sounds great - thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it!

Re: Reign (9:57am May 28, 2013):

I like your thoughts on the matter - and I love the quote about if you could do it on your own, you already would have done it. I am definitely going to take all you said to heart. And your book sounds totally intriguing - thanks for the chance to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: The Begonia Bribe (10:05am May 24, 2013):

Love your comments about your afflictions - makes me start dwelling on my own. Your book sounds wonderful - thanks for the chance to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Lady Vivian Defies A Duke (10:02am May 24, 2013):

You book sounds great ... and I confess I've never read any of your books so ... I feel like I've discovered a new author today... so I'm already a winner, even if I don't win the free copy of your book today. THANKS. I can't wait to get started. Best of luck with this one and all you do.

Re: Flora's Wish (10:22am May 22, 2013):

This book sounds great - and thank you for the chance to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Last Chance For Justice (11:25am May 20, 2013):

I like to mix up my reading - some books with laid-back stories and others with don't stop til you drop pace. And isn't it great that there is always such a variety of books and authors from which to choose - and, of course, so little time to get them read. Your book sounds delightful. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it!

Re: Yesterday's Echo (11:21am May 20, 2013):

I love your honesty. Your book sounds great - thanks for a chance to win a copy. Best of luck with it!

Re: Acadian Waltz (9:41am May 14, 2013):

Sounds like a great book. And I loved your explanation of the difference between love story and romance. Great insight. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Heart Of Iron (10:11am May 2, 2013):

Your book sounds great. And I love your tips on creating a romance hero. A perfect hero must include the deep desire to protect his heroine - even if it's on the sly. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of your book. Best of luck with it.

Re: A Wedding In Springtime (10:05am May 2, 2013):

I think it would be fun to be romanced by either - but would love to experience the rugged highlander. The cover of your book is beautiful. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: The Last Telegram (10:11am April 25, 2013):

Your book sounds fantastic. I love the information you shared about how the book came to be. I already have my name on the waiting list at my local library for your book - when it comes in. I would LOVE to win a copy - so thanks for even the chance to be a winner. Best of luck with your book.

Re: A Man for All Seasons (9:41am April 19, 2013):

I definitely think there are both physical and spiritual angels that help us through life. I think your book sounds wonderful. Best of luck with it.

Re: The Summer He Came Home (11:39am April 18, 2013):

I love music - but I can't say I've idolized any music "stars" - I'm more into "movie stars" for my adoration. But your book sounds great - and I would love to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Tactical Strike (11:41am April 12, 2013):

Sounds like a great book. Thanks so much for the chance to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Darius (10:10am April 4, 2013):

I usually try the head in the sand trick - hoping it will all go away by itself. But that really doesn't work. So I try to talk it over with someone who understands me, or I try to sleep on it and hope that the answer comes while my mind is resting. Your book sounds wonderful. Best of luck with it.

Re: Once Tempted (10:38am April 2, 2013):

Your book sounds wonderful. I've been on some road trips when I was younger - but it is the plan of my husband and I to get an RV and travel the states once I'm able to retire (he's already ahead of me on the retirement, lucky dog). So road trips will definitely figure in our future. I love reading all the response to your question.

Re: Revenge On Route 66 (9:48am March 29, 2013):

I love all the April Fool's babies you mentioned. My husband, too, is an April Fool's baby. So I can't wait to share all this information with him. Your books sound wonderful - I feel very lucky today that through this blog I've "discovered" a new author and an entire series of books to read. Tracy sounds great. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: A Shot Of Sultry (9:52am March 28, 2013):

I'm with you - the most romantic presents are the ones that may not cost a cent but show that your partner in life has realized what matters most to you - like a pair of "work" glasses for me to wear when outside mowing the lawn - to make sure nothing flings up in my eyes while working. I LOVE to be outside and doing lawn work/gardening, so this meant a lot. Your book sounds great - thanks for chance to win. Great luck with it.

Re: Identity Crisis (10:04am March 27, 2013):

Wow - you've really given me a lot of "food for thought" - or "art for thought" - and I thank you. Your book sounds wonderful. thanks for the chance to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Sins of a Ruthless Rogue (10:02am March 26, 2013):

Loved your personal story - and it sounds like the story in your book is going to be great. Thanks for the chance to win - and best of luck with the book.

Re: Shadows And Strongholds (10:54am March 22, 2013):

I love visiting historical places - wherever I go. I always just love to stand still for a few moments and FEEL the essence of the place. It's always a powerful memory I take away with me. Your book sounds wonderful - thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with all you do.

Re: When She Was Gone (10:19am March 20, 2013):

I loved what you wrote about being HOME. My home was always on Long Island - but now I feel it's wherever my husband and animals are. Memories will always be there but home is where you make it in the present. Your book sounds wonderful - best of luck with it. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: Falling Into Paradise (10:59am March 18, 2013):

I like to believe that people can change - but sometimes it's just not possible. You have to judge each situation. But Bad Boys make great reading.

Re: Assaulted Pretzel (9:32am March 13, 2013):

Your books sound wonderful. Thanks for a chance to win. But even if I don't, I now have both your books to get and read. Yippee. Best of luck with them.

Re: Out Of Circulation (1:01pm March 11, 2013):

Your books sound wonderful. I have been meaning to read them for a while - they are definitely my kind of books. I thank you for the chance to win. I wish you every good luck with your books.

Re: Lord Of Darkness (9:53am March 4, 2013):

This sounds like another winner of a book. Thanks for the chance to win. Best of luck with it.

Re: Cowboy Tough (12:07pm March 1, 2013):

Love a cowboy themed book. This sounds like a great story - so best of luck with it. And thanks for the chance to win a copy.

Re: Wait Until Dark (12:06pm March 1, 2013):

This sounds like a fantastic book. Best of luck with it! And thanks for the chance to win.

Re: An Encounter at the Museum (12:04pm March 1, 2013):

My husband proposed to me at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens - how's that for romantic?! But we love art galleries - and musueums, too. The book sounds fantastic. Thanks for the chance to win - but win or lose, I'll be getting this one to read. Great luck with it.

Re: Jake (10:44am February 26, 2013):

I've not read any of these books - but I don't know how I missed them as I love books with western theme and/or cowboys. Thanks for the chance to win a copy. But now that I know about them, I'll be getting them to read. yee-ha.

Re: X Marks The Scot (9:24am February 22, 2013):

All the bad boys are oh-so-fun. I can't narrow it down to just one - but love to see what other commenters have to say. Thanks for the chance to win. Sounds like a great book.

Re: Checkmate, My Lord (9:22am February 22, 2013):

I can never come up with specific answers on the spur of the moment. I like to dwell on the question first. I love it when a book has an entire host of secondary characters - like a group of best friends, or the townspeople, or customers in a store. And it's great when certain characters later get their own story. This book sounds like a real winner. Thanks for the chance to win.

Re: The Mistress Memoirs (9:42am February 20, 2013):

It sounds like the only way to get the answer is to read the book. It sounds like another winner. Thanks for a chance to win. Best of luck with it!!!!

Re: Fly Away Peta (9:06am February 8, 2013):

Your book sounds great - and I thank you for the chance to win. I love Hugh Jackman, too.

Re: Once Again A Bride (11:10am February 7, 2013):

I love the sounds of your desk - and love the name of the shop where you purchased it: Aunt Teeks. Very clever. Your book sounds great - and I'd LOVE to win. Thanks for the chance.

Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (11:07am February 7, 2013):

Thank you for sharing your "horsey philosophy" - just get started, at a walk, and then go where you may. But you have to start!!! Your books sound wonderful - I'd LOVE to win. Thanks for the chance.

Re: The Autumn Bride (9:47am January 31, 2013):

I've thought about joining a group - but never have done it. I LOVE to read - for the pure enjoyment of it. I don't tend to over-analyze anything, but I definitely will recommend a book I've liked/loved to friends but without much commentary so that they can decide on their own. Your book sounds great! Thanks for the chance to win. Even if I don't, I'll be getting it to read. Thanks again.

Re: Deck the Halls With Love (9:28am January 30, 2013):

I love learning the way authors create - so thank you for sharing. I always love "series" books because we get to know a whole cast of characters and learn their individual stories. That's so much fun. Thanks for the chance to win - your newest book sounds wonderful.

Re: Murder for the Halibut (9:28am January 28, 2013):

I have to say - like everyone else - that I LOVE your Top 10 List. I've been insecure all my life and am continually in the process of trying to "get over it" but ... Meanwhile, I lose myself in good books - like yours. Thanks for the chance to win this one!

Re: The Officer Breaks The Rules (10:51am January 24, 2013):

I know so many who married childhood friends. I think it works out great - depending on the people involved. But then that's true of any relationship. It all depends on the people involved and how committed they are to make things work. Your book sounds great. Best of luck with it.

Re: Undercover Wolf (11:02am January 22, 2013):

I love the sounds of both your new books - but that's because I love variety in all my reading materials. I wish you best of luck with both books - and all future endeavors, too.

Re: After the Rain (10:10am January 21, 2013):

I think your story about the chance to "do over" your books is a great one. If I could do over one thing - it would be to have more self confidence - but I'm working on that now, so I guess I don't have to do it over, just do it NOW. Your books sound great and I think I'll be a winner yet because I'm getting both to read as soon as I can. Best of luck!

Re: Thread On Arrival (5:00pm January 16, 2013):

Sounds like a great book - and one that I would love to read. If I should be lucky enough to win, I'm old fashioned and would love a print copy. Thank you for the chance.

Re: Finding Home (10:27am January 14, 2013):

Your book sounds great - and I loved the photos! Thanks for the chance to win. Even if I don't, I'll be getting the book because it sounds like something I'd love. Best of luck with it and a wonderful 2013.

Re: Live And Let Love (10:13am December 28, 2012):

This sounds like a fantastic book. And since I've not heard of the series - I get to immediately go and find the other 2 leading up to this one. What a bonus!!! Thanks for the chance to win this one. All the best in 2013.

Re: Waltz With A Stranger (9:42am December 21, 2012):

Anne of Green Gables - the continued stories of her family with Gilbert. And there are soooo many more. I love it when you get to read and series and grow to know all the members and their stories. Thanks. Happy holidays.

Re: Captive Of The Border Lord (10:03am December 20, 2012):

Lots of stories - too little time. Our family LOVES to tease each other and keep those stories alive. But the fun we have - never mean. Happy holidays!!!

Re: A Seal At Heart (9:20am December 14, 2012):

I'm lucky to have a wonderful husband and family that comprise my Team. They are the blessings in my life. Your book sounds wonderful - best of luck with it. Happy Holidays!!!

Re: How I Came To Sparkle Again (12:35pm November 29, 2012):

Directions are not something I like to give - I tend to, as they say, get lost in a paper bag. So I'm the last one to try to give directions - people would never reach their destination. Your book sounds great. Thanks for a chance to win.

Re: A Christmas Bride / Christmas Beau (1:13pm November 27, 2012):

I love Christmas time. What a wonderful chance to win all Christmas-themed books. What fun! Happy Holidays.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (11:22am November 8, 2012):

Tinker Bell is on her robe (not PJs)- according to the excerpt. One of my fondest memories of Christmas is Christmas morning when all 5 kids had to be up and at the top of the stairs together - before my parents would let us come running downstairs to see what Santa had left. It was extra hard to get my two older brothers up to participate with the younger three, but once it was done, we'd be able to go down to discover all the treats Christmas had for us. What fun. Your book sounds delightful - and the excerpt was great. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy Holidays (it's never too early to share that sentiment!)

Re: Death In The Floating City (10:40am October 30, 2012):

I love to read ANYTHING - but books with history lessons and travel lessons built right into them all at the same time?! Great. Have you read the Jade de Cameron series by Suzanne Arruda. They're great. And your books are, too. This newest one sounds fantastic. Best of luck with it.

Re: Night Thief (1:26pm October 25, 2012):

I love books that weave in historical details - that way I can learn new facts while totally being pleasured by the storyline of the book. Your book sounds like a real winner - best of luck with it!

Re: Losing Control (10:09am October 24, 2012):

I loved linked books - you really feel like you get to know everyone. I love Robyn Carr, Emily March, Linda Howard, Carla Neggers. I especially like it if each book CAN be stand alone and you don't HAVE to read the others. I would LOVE to win a copy of your book. Best of luck with it.

Re: Abigail And Mistletoe (12:02pm October 22, 2012):

Your book, Abigail and Mistletoe, sounds fabulous. I would love to win a copy - but love all your books that I've read so far.

Re: Sultry With A Twist (9:52am October 19, 2012):

It is unbelievable what strangers feel they can say to someone newly met. Actually, it's amazing what totally intrusive questions people can ask of anyone!!! Best of luck with your books - and your encounters with nosy folks. You'll have to come up with some great answer.

Re: Rev It Up (9:49am October 19, 2012):

I like to be surprised - as long it makes sense, and isn't totally inconceivable. Romance and suspense together? A perfect combo, in my humble opinion.

Re: Miss Lavigne's Little White Lie (10:29am October 18, 2012):

I always "note to self" my first impressions - and then try to keep an open mind. But 9 times out of 10 ... those first impressions are almost always right. So I've learned to trust them BUT not rely only on them. Hope that makes sense. Your book sounds like a winner. Best of luck with it.

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (9:55am September 28, 2012):

Your book sounds fabulous. I would love to win - but now you've got me totally intrigued, so I HAVE to get the book to read no matter what. Best of luck with it!

Re: Enemies at the Altar (9:49am September 20, 2012):

Hate and Love are two sides of a coin - but closely related - and both get the juices roiling in a person. Sounds like a great book. Best of luck with it.

Re: In Rides Trouble (11:48am September 7, 2012):

Sounds like a great book! I'd love to win a copy - but even if I don't, I'll have to get it to read because it has me totally intrigued. Best of luck with it.

Re: Fool For Love (11:31am August 29, 2012):

Your book sounds sweet - and I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Relentless Pursuit (9:14am August 20, 2012):

The book sounds great - and I would LOVE to win a copy. Best of luck with it!!!

Re: Hearse And Buggy (9:43am August 17, 2012):

Sounds like a great story - and I always love "in" on a new series. Thanks for the chance to win a copy. And best of luck with this new series.

Re: Hell On Wheels (11:19am August 10, 2012):

Your books sounds GREAT. I would love to win a copy of your book - but even if I don't win, I'll have to get it - and your other books, because quite honestly, I haven't read any of them. And I feel like a winner already, because I've "discovered" a "new" author. Yippee. Thanks.

Re: Hearts Of Darkness (9:49am August 9, 2012):

Your book sounds great - and I'd love to win a copy. Even if I don't win, I'll have to get it to read because I am intrigued. Best of luck with it.

Re: A Brew To A Kill (9:49am August 7, 2012):

I love all your books - and would LOVE to win a copy of your newest. Best of luck with this one - and all that you do. Thanks for them all.

Re: The Last Victim (9:48am August 7, 2012):

Love your books - and would love to win a copy of your newest. Keep them coming! They're all great!!!

Re: The Last Victim (12:04pm August 6, 2012):

I love all your books - and this sounds like another winner. I would LOVE to win a copy . Best of luck with it - and all you do.

Re: Going To The Bad (7:03pm August 5, 2012):

The description of your book sounds great. I would love to win a copy But if I'm
not the lucky winner, I plan to get the book to read because it has me intrigued.
Best of luck with it - and all you do.

Re: The Last Victim (7:00pm August 5, 2012):

Love all your vooks - and would LOVE to win a copy of your newest. It sounds
great! Best of luck with it - and all you do!

Re: I Own The Dawn (9:44am August 2, 2012):

Your books sound wonderful. I would LOVE to win a copy - but feel I'm a winner alredy because, to be honest, I haven't heard of your books but they sound exactly like "my cuppa tea" - so I'm off to get some right now. Best of luck with your newest - and all that you do.

Re: The Officer Says I DO (11:17am July 19, 2012):

Your book sounds great - and I would love to win a copy. Thanks for the chance. Best of luck with it - and all you do.

Re: Beef Stolen-Off (12:27pm July 16, 2012):

Beef Stolen-Off - what a clever title. And I would love to win a copy. But even if I'm not a winner, I will just have to get your book to read. It sounds like a fun read. Best of luck with it.

Re: Jesse (9:38am July 13, 2012):

This book sounds great - and I love cowboys. I'd love the chance to win a copy of your book. Best of luck with it!

Re: Dark Crossings (1:05pm July 11, 2012):

The book sounds great - and I'd LOVE to be a winner. Thanks for the chance. Best of luck with it. Nancy

Re: Deep Autumn Heat (1:01pm July 11, 2012):

The book sounds great - and I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with it!

Re: It Begins with a Kiss (1:42pm July 3, 2012):

Your book sounds great - and I'd LOVE to win a copy. Even if I'm not a winner, I'll have to get the book to read. Best of luck with it. Nancy

Re: My Lady Mage (1:39pm July 3, 2012):

Your book sounds great - and I would love to win a copy. Even if I'm not a winner, I plan to get it to read. Best of luck with it. Nancy

Re: Lady Amelia's Mess And A Half (11:14am June 28, 2012):

This book sounds great, and I would LOVE to win it. Thanks for the chance. Best of luck with this book and all that you do.

Re: Invitation To Scandal (9:32am June 26, 2012):

I love your question - but I'm still trying to figure out an answer. So for now, I'd wish just to be me because that's hard enough. I LOVE New Zealand - was there many years ago - for 7 weeks and loved every minute. I would love to win your book and wish you every luck with it!

Re: The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine (9:41am June 22, 2012):

Your book definitely tantalizes just by its description. So I'd LOVE to win a copy - but even if I don't win, I'll have to get it to read. So best of luck with it!

Re: Honorable Rancher (11:57am June 20, 2012):

Your book looks great and would LOVE to win a copy. Best of luck with it!

Re: The Casanova Code (11:59am June 18, 2012):

Your book sounds great. I'd love to win a copy - but even if I don't win, it sounds like I'll have to get it to read. Best of luck with it. Nancy

Re: The Wild Wood Enquiry (10:52am June 14, 2012):

This book sounds delightful - and even if I don't win a copy of it, I am excited. Because I feel I've "discovered a new author" - and have all your earlier books to read before I've even caught up. Yippee. Best of luck with all you do!

Re: A Fatal Fleece (11:56am June 11, 2012):

I haven't yet had a chance to read any of your books - but I've been meaning to get them. I would LOVE to win - but even if I don't, I plan to get your books. Best of look with all you do.

Re: Her Highness, The Traitor (2:51pm June 1, 2012):

This book sounds great. I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (1:27pm May 25, 2012):

I would love to win a copy of this book. It sounds great. Best of luck with it.

Re: The Taming Of A Scottish Princess (11:49am May 23, 2012):

I love all sorts of heroes - they all make my heart melt. Thanks for the chance to win the tale of yet another wonderful hero. Nancy

Re: The Reason Is You (3:15pm May 21, 2012):

Just read at Fresh Fiction of your book, The Reason is You. It sounds intriguing. Best of luck with it.

Re: Under Fire (10:01pm May 11, 2012):

i always love your books. I'd love to win a copy of this one. best of luck with
this one.

Re: Karma (11:30am May 8, 2012):

Love your books; they're always a great read. I'd love to win any one of your books. Thanks for the chance.

Re: Darkest Caress (10:38am May 4, 2012):

This book sounds really interesting. I'd love to be a winner - but if not, I will definitely check it out on my own. Best of luck with it.

Re: Tempting the Best Man (10:37am May 4, 2012):

I have to admit I haven't read any of your books but this one sounds great - and could be the start of my catching up on all the others. Thanks for the chance to win a copy. Great luck with it.

Re: The Proposal (10:24am May 4, 2012):

The Proposal sounds like a great book. I would love a chance to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Capitol Murder (10:21am May 4, 2012):

I enjoyed this discussion with Philip Margolin. The answer to the trivia question is: THE OTTOMON SEPULCHER. I'd love to win a copy of Mr. Margolin's newest book. Thanks.

Re: Mariana (11:13am April 12, 2012):

Your book sounds wonderful - and I love the cover. I would love to win a copy - but plan to read the book, winner or not. Best of luck with it. Nancy

Re: Illicit Intuitions (1:30pm April 10, 2012):

Your book sounds great - and I love the title. I would love to be a winner, but will be getting the book to read one way or another. Beest of luck with it.

Re: Trouble Me (2:03pm April 9, 2012):

Your book sounds great - and I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with it. Nancy

Re: Woodrose Mountain (10:17am April 4, 2012):

Your newest books sounds wonderful - and I'd love to win a copy to read. However, win or lose, I'll get the book to read because I always love your stories. Best of luck with it. N

Re: The Wings Of Morning (11:26am March 26, 2012):

The Wings of Morning looks like a wonderful book. I would love to win a copy - but even if I don't win, I plan to get the book to read. The description has me intrigued. Best of luck with it!

Re: A Seal In Wolf's Clothing (10:40am March 16, 2012):

Your book sounds great - and I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with it. NR

Re: A Scandalous Countess (10:42am February 9, 2012):

The book sounds great - and I'd love to win the contest. But even if I don't, I'll search out the books. Thanks.

Re: Fever (11:15am January 25, 2012):

I would love to win Cindy Gerard books - and your ARC for your debut novel. Best of luck with your debut novel - and a very happy 2012.

Re: Falling For The Fireman (12:03pm January 24, 2012):

Your book sounds sweet, and I would love to win a copy. I hope you have great success with your book - and a Happy 2012.

Re: Amazon Heat (12:01pm January 23, 2012):

Your book sounds intriguing. I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with it - and happy 2012.

Re: Sex, Lies and Surveillance (11:36am January 19, 2012):

sounds like a fun read - and I would love to win a copy. Best of luck with it!

Re: Lure of Song and Magic (10:24am January 18, 2012):

The premise of your book is really intriguing. I would love to win a copy. Best of luck with it - and happy 2012.

Re: Made For Marriage (9:55am January 17, 2012):

Your book sounds great - I love any book involving horses. I would love to win a copy. Best of luck with the book - and happy 2012.

Re: Scrumptious (12:11pm January 16, 2012):

Your book sounds really intriguing - and I would love to win a copy. Best of luck with it.

Re: Dylan (11:55am January 15, 2012):

your book sounds really fun. I'd love to win a copy. Happy New Year.

Re: Sins Of The Highlander (10:25am January 12, 2012):

Your book sounds great - and I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with it. Happy 2012.

Re: Risking Trust (10:24am January 12, 2012):

Sounds like an interesting book - and one I'd love to win. Best of luck with it. Happy 2012.

Re: Bride By Mistake (10:16am January 10, 2012):

Sounds like a great book - and I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with the book - and a happy 2012. Nancy

Re: Pretty Persuasion (12:06pm January 9, 2012):

Sounds great. I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with the book and a great 2012.

Re: The Angel Of Blythe Hall (11:02am December 30, 2011):

I would love to be entered in your contest. The book sounds great. Happy New Year. Nancy

Re: Lover's Leap (9:49am December 29, 2011):

love your books. Would love to win the contest. Happy New Year. And continued success with your writing. Nancy

Re: Mozart's Last Aria (1:01pm December 27, 2011):

Your book sounds great - and I'd love to win a copy. Best of luck with it - and happy days in 2012. Nancy

Re: Finding Felicity (10:28am December 23, 2011):

This book sounds wonderful - and I would love to be entered to win a copy. Best of luck with it. Happy Holidays. Nancy

Re: Wedded In Scandal (12:15pm December 22, 2011):

I would love to win your contest. Happy Holidays. nancy

Re: Hot Zone (12:01pm December 1, 2011):

Always love your books - and would love to win a copy of Hot Zone. Very happy holidays.

Re: The Storm That Is Sterling (12:08pm November 23, 2011):

Happy Thanksgiving. Your book sounds great - and I would love to win a copy of it. I read about it via the Contest at Fresh Fiction. Even if I don't win, I'll definitely get it to read.

Re: White Dawn (12:39pm November 21, 2011):

Just read of your book White Dawn at Book Trib. It sounds great. I would love to win a copy - but even if I don't win, I'll get the book because it sounds like something I would really like. Best of luck with it.

Re: The Highlander's Heart (11:40am November 16, 2011):

The Highlander's Heart sounds really interesting. I would LOVE to win a copy, but even if I don't, I'll be getting the book to read. Bestof luck with it.

Re: Until There Was You (11:39am November 16, 2011):

Until there was You sounds great. I would LOVE to win a copy. Even if I don't, I'll be getting it to read. Best of luck with it.

Re: Because Of You (12:16pm November 14, 2011):

Just read of Because of You at Fresh Fiction. It sounds great - and I would LOVE to win a copy. Even if I don't win a copy, I'll get it to read. Best of luck with this book. Nancy

Re: Risking Trust (11:01am November 8, 2011):

I would LOVE to win a copy of your book. To be honest, I've never read any of your books, but they sound like just the kind I love to read. So even if I don't win a copy, I feel I've won anyway because I've discovered a "new" author and some books to read. Yippee. Thanks. Nancy Reynolds

Re: Darn Good Cowboy Christmas (10:02am November 4, 2011):

I would LOVE to be a winner of your books. I have to admit that I've never read anything by you, but now that I've read these descriptions (and I LOVE cowboy stories), even if I don't win, I'll have to get them and read them. I feel like a winner already for having discovered a "new" writer today. Thanks. Nancy

Re: The Virtuoso (10:09am November 2, 2011):

I've never read a book by you - but I would LOVE to start. It sounds great - and I would LOVE to win a copy. But now that I've read about it, even if I don't win, I'll have to get this (and others by you) to read. Best of luck with it. Thanks. Nancy

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