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He's a kidnapper for hire...and he's just caught her.

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For all no-mercy heroines over forty. It’s Not Too Late.

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Read the Wild, Wild Regency everyone is talking about.

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Garrett had an irresistible charm and Julia knew she was headed for trouble.

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A perfect Mother’s Day story - free on KindleUnlimited

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When missing turns to murdered, one woman’s search for answers will take her to a place she never wanted to go…

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Opposites resist—and attract—under the Cancún sun

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15 comments posted.

Re: Forever Dusk (7:06pm February 11, 2016):

Definitely "Silent treatment"... has the same effect as
"Silent but deadly", methinks.

Re: Into the Fury (1:36pm February 11, 2016):

I love both your classical romance novels and contemporary
ones. For "classic" movies, that would have to be My Fair
Lady,and The Sound of Music. I think My Fair Lady would be
a good plot for your next historical romance novel. ;)

Re: Meet the Earl at Midnight (4:22pm May 22, 2014):

Send the "Tall, Viking-Blonde(optional),and Mysterious/Rich (mandatory)" my way, pls. ;)

Re: To Charm a Naughty Countess (3:56pm May 22, 2014):

I think I have one of your books on my shelf!! Guess I'd better get busy. :D

Re: Home to Stay (8:09pm March 27, 2014):

Read your "Meant To Be" and love it instantly! Will get the
other two books soon.

Re: Deck the Halls With Love (12:25pm January 30, 2013):

L-o-v-e your books. Read my first one from library... well, the
rest is history after that. :P

Re: The Norse King's Daughter (8:24am September 30, 2011):

Whoo..Hoo!! I snagged "The Norse King's Daughter" right out
of the rack right on the day it came out. I love these Norse
Princesses series, lots of laugh and what a hoot these
series have been. Now, I'm collecting the rest of the old
ones that have been reissued this year. Your book should
break my "reading slump" I'm having at the moment, I know
I'm having this slump thingy bec my reading speed is slowing
down, takes more days to finish a book, and it doesn't help
w/ school in session and lots of homework, different kinds
of reading now too. Which YOUR books are the ones that
would be in the midterm and final exam. I'm sure I'll
remember every word and every little detail in them... and
sure to get A+++ ... Alas! it isn't so. I'll climb out of
my slump so how, and your last book in the Norse Princesses
will sure give me a booster and much needed.

Re: The Devil in Disguise (5:26pm April 24, 2011):

I'm partial w/ all that. But I see most of authors put all those varieties on their Facebook page instead of newsletter. Maybe the short versions of them instead of lengthy ones in newsletters, otherwise, too clutter to read them all, then you can put web links to your recipes or whatever for those who are really interested. But mainly, when I got a newsletter in my inbox, I want to know first about BOOKS and book related: new release, signing, contest, etc. The rest = Hors d'oeuvre.

Re: A Marriage of Inconvenience (11:40am April 16, 2011):

I've found most of the "Duke" character in HR tends to be control freak, rigid, or autocratic, and tightly control of their emotions. On a personal level, my mother is borderline control freak with a dictatorial blend!! And how do I cope w/ that!?!?! Keep at least a continent between us, is my advice. ;0

Re: Drip Dead (1:21am April 15, 2011):

That is encouraging to know that there are kids out there who aren't just interested in computer games or only things digital, bec I know kids that don't want to write w/ hand and pen any more and mothers just encourages it, here's the keyboard, it's becoming a lost legacy of literacy in America while there are millions of kids else where who would be so thrill to have a book of their own to read and can write. I'm new to your books, but I'm a doggie person and seeing a Lakeland or is it an Airedale terrier on your covers, that caught my interest and curiosity, and mystery novels? I think I should check your "Plumber" series out. :)

Re: An Unlikely Countess (4:08pm March 19, 2011):

From all the romance books I read, the bastards and the 3rd, 4th..sons, some younger male twin usually resent their place in society. With a few exception, such in the latest book from Laura Lee Gurhke I just read when a duke wasn't thrilled being a duke, he's an adventurous type and resented this "fluke of birth".

Re: Tyler (12:04pm March 18, 2011):

Today is my birthday and I'm stuck inside w/ my final exam all day, and about to be all night as well. :(
Would prefer your "Tyler" to be the one to bring me a pot of gold instead of a green leprechaun. Cuz he sounds delish, and your story sounds an interesting plot, juicy aside. :)

Re: A Taste of Seduction (11:12pm March 11, 2011):

Glad to hear you are recuperating, and sorry that you had to go thru 3 surgeries. Curious though that you chose to give birth to "Anthony" just before "the factory is closed" permanently, fortunate for us to be able to share this "hero" with you with your new book. Must be the morphine induced responsible for this particular "birth"!?!?!! :)

P.S. Like the look of your new book cover, very sensual.

Re: Seducing The Governess (5:42pm March 8, 2011):

What..If? I've been reading lots of historical romance lately and I sometimes found myself wondering what if I woke up one morning and found myself 200-300 yrs back or more, and I'm no longer in the 21st century!??!! What would I do in such a world where women's rights, choices and freedom were so limited. The word "scandalous" wouldn't begin to describe me! :)

Re: The Irish Princess (8:44pm February 1, 2011):

I like the Irish Princess's book cover design, it is fitting: flaming red hair, green eyes...

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