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130 comments posted.

Re: The Highlander's Bride (11:08pm September 2, 2015):

Wow! I do like forced arranged marriage stories. And this one sounds really good. A little different.
Highlander stories are often arranged marriages. But not like this.
Sounds like a good read.
Good luck with it all!

Re: The Highwayman (11:01pm September 2, 2015):

Injured in a knife fight at is now blue? Ohh, kinky! That and rich. Makes for a great character to read!

Re: Meet Me At The Beach (11:05pm February 24, 2015):

Not in the way I think you mean. I guess everyone works with someone in every job. Don't they?
My husband and I have been a formidable team raising our sons. You have to be a strong team, as parents.
Congratulations on keeping your ''door closed''. Some people don't know when to do that. haha

Re: Make Me Up (7:22pm February 16, 2015):

No interest in a makeover. Way too much maintenance. I will keep my no makeup, short hair ways. :-) Too many other things I would rather do with the time.

Re: A Killer Retreat (7:19pm February 16, 2015):

Orcas island is on my bucket list. And it has been for some time. I volunteered with a woman from that area and she said how wonderful it was. She has since moved back there. And I would love to see it some day.

Re: New Year's in Napa (11:53pm November 29, 2014):

I can love every type of love story. Well written with good characters, romance and a happy ending.....any kind of story can be wonderful to read.

Re: Chasing the Runaway Bride (9:56am November 23, 2014):

This year, I am blessed to have both my sons home for Thanksgiving. And Christmas.
We have a wonderful granddaughter. She lives near by so I get to see her often.
I am thankful we now live in the desert. No longer do I have to worry about the weather putting a kibosh on family things. I love that.
And so very thankful to live in the United State. God bless America.

Re: What To Do With A Bad Boy (12:48pm November 6, 2014):

Never read any of the series you listed. Though I am a fan of series reading. Done well, it can be awesome.
Favorites?
Contemporary romance- Jill Shalvis. The original Lucky Harbor
Contemp Suspense-- Lori Foster-Men Who walk the Edge of Honor. The final one being a favorite story of mine.
Historical romance--The Slightly series with the Bedwyns. The Duke of Bewcastles story was fabulous.

Re: The Doctor's Fake Fiancee (10:47pm October 26, 2014):

Great list. I agree on the wit. But must be able to laugh at himself. Situations. Failures.
And what a wonderful title. A Risk Worth Taking. Love it.

Re: A Winter Wedding (3:18am September 5, 2014):

I rarely am crazy or bold or insensible. haha
Madame X, eh??

Re: Dirty Deal (11:29pm August 27, 2014):

I don't have a guy friend like Mikey. Is that a mickey mouse shirt he has on??
I have my family, that would treat pretty much the same way. Well, except the playing doctor type stuff. haha
And if I do, I definitely will not forget the sammich and I always put a thin slice or three of ham and tomato on my grilled cheese. Don't worry, I will remind you.
Thanks for the fun posting. Your thought was perfect.

Re: Saving Gracie (1:41am August 23, 2014):

Time with my granddaughter. We do not rush. When we take a walk, we amble. Looking for treasures. Checking out the clouds.
When we do art, we wait for things to dry.
There is nothing like a grandchild to remind you how good it is to slow down.

Re: Across the Line (2:50pm August 17, 2014):

Dear Kate, I did get Across the Line. Better to start at the beginning. :-)

Re: Across the Line (12:56pm August 15, 2014):

Bottlegate? I love it.
I would love to read a story of the silly side of hockey. Have to look this one up!

Re: Across the Line (1:21pm August 13, 2014):

Sizzling covers.....oh la la....
Congratulations on your release!

Re: The Irresistible Miss Peppiwell (1:18pm August 13, 2014):

I have not read any of Anthonys favorites. But I do have a small hand book taken from the kama sutra. It does send my mind to wander. :-) Love the name too, Peppiwell....you know she could never be just a quiet average wallflower with that name.

Re: The Longest Night (11:12pm July 15, 2014):

Sounds like the perfect read in the summer in Arizona. I love reading holiday and winter settings year round here in Arizona.

Re: In Bed with the Competition (2:05am July 10, 2014):

I love that series.
I do not have cable, but I do have Netflix/amazon prime. So now, I have finished all they offer and wait. I cannot watch the current episodes. So I would love to be able to read a book with a "Harvey" guy!!

Re: Rebel (2:01am July 10, 2014):

I have read similar story lines and liked them.
I love a man that feels so unworthy of anything. Well, anything good. Anyone good. I bet Rebel is a good story!

Re: Perfected (3:31am July 8, 2014):

I struggle to let my boys go. I really truly do know they are grown ups. But I am compelled to give advice, especially if its something that I have first hand failed at.
But I know, I know I KNOW!! I have to let them fail occasionally. It is just so hard to do!

Re: Shenandoah Dreams (8:52pm July 5, 2014):

LOL So many variables.
But I would be scared of missing home first.

Re: Mischief By Moonlight (1:12am June 25, 2014):

Honesty, sense of humor, true.
For both him and her. ;-)

Re: Montana Bride (1:10am June 25, 2014):

Very interesting.
Love how you do this.

Re: Once Upon A Kiss (1:08am June 25, 2014):

Most embarrassing thing? My partial plate fell out.
Oh yes.

Re: Out of Bounds (2:28am June 11, 2014):

We are always lucky when we find our ''release'', what we were meant to do. Congratulations

Re: The Troublemaker Next Door (2:23am June 11, 2014):

I am always impressed with people that have a goal and achieve it. Being a full time author is awesome. Congratulations.

Re: Their Unexpected Love (2:43am June 7, 2014):

I live in the desert. Beach reads are impossible for me. When I do get to the beach, there is no sit relax and read time. :-(
But I do love audio books and just finished Four Friends by Robyn Carr. Fabulous story and incredible narration!

Re: Wicked Temptation (12:39pm June 5, 2014):

A dream for myself. A quiet alone place to read for an hour or two every day.
I can go half the day without anyone talking to me. Until I pick up a book.

Re: Tempest In A Teapot (2:24am June 3, 2014):

Its scary when someone remembers something that was not imporatant at the time. haha Kinda mysterious. :-)

Re: Love For Beginners (2:22am June 3, 2014):

It is a brilliant story idea. And when you make some big moola, maybe you can be the financial backer for some women mechanics when they want to open their garage??
sounds great!

Re: Rules of Survival (2:20am June 3, 2014):

Thanks for the rules. Never had to bail.
I will remember the info.

Re: Honor Reclaimed (3:36pm May 27, 2014):

Oh my, those eyes!!!
Love your books!

Re: Rose House (6:06pm May 25, 2014):

My favorite thing is to have an audio book on a plane. No phone calls. No housework I should be doing. I can turn it on and pull my hood up over my head and listen, uninterrupted to any book I want to! I wish I could travel more often. :-)

Re: Meet the Earl at Midnight (1:48am May 23, 2014):

Married 34 years to the same person. There is bound to be giving up on both sides. How else could it work?? When I came home from my volunteer time tonight, I had wanted to watch a show. My husband still had 30 minutes in a movie he was watching. I had to sacrifice
my show.
Seriously though, we all must do it.

Re: Shadowed By Grace (1:44am May 23, 2014):

Thank you so much for your words. I am a volunteer with the Honor Flight program and the USO. It is wonderful to be able to serve those that have served this country.

Re: To Charm a Naughty Countess (12:41pm May 23, 2014):

You had me from hello. ;-)

Re: By Any Means (3:30pm May 20, 2014):

LOL
I have read other authors with the same type lives. I cant imagine how you write!
I barely find the time to read and I could never clear my mind enough to think up and write a story that makes any sense at all. haha
Congratulations on your life that you would not change.

Re: House Of Jaguar (3:27pm May 20, 2014):

LOLOL
That's a nervous laugh.
Wow! What a story.

Re: Lady Gone Bad (3:25pm May 20, 2014):

Bad guys chasing good guys?? Wow! That's about all you really need to know!

Re: Everything to Lose (3:24pm May 20, 2014):

Ohhhh.....sounds good!!
What a list of people you have worked with! Wow!

Re: The Duke's Obsession (1:22am May 17, 2014):

I am a hoarder. :-)
Well, not like the tv people. haha
How interesting that you use scents to bring on a character. :-)

Re: Hell for Leather (1:19am May 17, 2014):

And so you are a fan of historical romance?? Well well well........that is interesting!!

Re: Frisky Business (12:21pm May 15, 2014):

Bad dates? Sorry, I don't have any experience.
I met my husband on a blind date. We have been married 34 years.
Love the cover of your book and serial bad daters are fun to read.
Does that sound awful of me??

Re: Always Emily (12:09pm May 15, 2014):

I have always been blessed with wonderful people in my life. I like to think I am a good listener as well as someone that needs a friend to listen to me.

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (12:04pm May 15, 2014):

I cant think of any particular facts. But it does happen pretty regular. I learn stuff all the time.

Re: Deep in My Heart (11:51pm May 14, 2014):

I love the couples from The Notebook and The Vow. I guess I am saying I have a crush on Rachel McAdams. haha

Re: Risky Game (10:44pm May 13, 2014):

I have enjoyed Sports romance. Some times I like. But really terrific ones are hard to find.
Love your covers. :-)

Re: Jailhouse Glock (10:50pm May 12, 2014):

Jailhouse Glock. Fabulous title!! Love it.
Cant think of a moment I had to tiger style fight anyone. Sorry. ha

Re: Wild Ways (10:47pm May 12, 2014):

I do sometimes like reading the bad guys. Not always though. But I especially wish the bad guy covers had some natural man hair. I don't think the bad guys wax. Nope.

Re: Rise And Shine (11:35pm May 9, 2014):

Makes me kind of nervous. No happy ever after???

Re: The Language Of Silence (12:04pm May 8, 2014):

Could you please
post a link for the pre orders? The Oleander Sisters and Language of Silence.

Re: The Language Of Silence (12:01pm May 8, 2014):

Sound like incredible, compelling, deep reads. Congratulations on your success.

Re: Playboy's Lesson (3:38am May 7, 2014):

Sounds like a book with some fun dialogue.

Re: A Broken Kind Of Beautiful (1:44am April 26, 2014):

A little one playing in the mud. With popsicle juice dripping from her chin and she smiles, enjoying the sweet cold treat.
I believe most of us are exactly that. Even those that most consider so beautiful. They are often even more insecure.

Re: Wild About Her Wingman (4:53pm April 24, 2014):

I just noticed today. How I cant even think about a tuna sandwich without lays chips. Pringles, fritos, etc. They wont do. It has to be the original lays. So I will have to wait til tomorrow for my tuna. haha

Re: The Miracle Thief (4:51pm April 24, 2014):

I absolutely believe in them. I completely believe in miracles. But I do not believe it helps to expect them.

Re: A Shot of Red (1:50am April 23, 2014):

Blowing glass and ziplining. I have been ziplining. Thru old town las vegas. The part of vegas where they have the light show up on the ''ceiling''. It was fun.
And I would love to try making a treasure of my own blowing glass. Awesome!

Re: Wild About Her Wingman (1:45am April 23, 2014):

A comfortable place, a cold soda, no one asking anything from me and a good book. Geesh, I could go for days happily with only that.

Re: An Unexpected Sin (11:01am April 19, 2014):

Good grief! You grabbed my attention. What a fabulous idea. A romance set in the middle of the witch trials. I love it. Sounds like a story that would keep you at the edge of your seat!

Re: A Promise In Pieces (11:00am April 4, 2014):

Good for you. You sound amazing.

Re: Rising Assets (6:47am April 3, 2014):

What makes me crazy?? My world class husband not rinsing out his milk glass. Grrr....

Re: The Red-Hot Chili Cook-Off (6:45am April 3, 2014):

Cadillac, Texas..... Gotta love that!

Re: How to Handle a Cowboy (6:43am April 3, 2014):

And cowboys. Don't forget readers love to read about cowboys. :-)

Re: Mad About You (10:30pm April 2, 2014):

I have seen this cover before!! I love fake engagement stories!!

Re: The Winter Bride (10:29pm April 2, 2014):

I love fake engagement stories!!!

Re: Dash of Peril (3:48pm April 2, 2014):

I hoping Dashs story is as good as that cover. Yowza! The model looks exactly as I have thought of Dash thru the series.

Re: Dyed and Gone (1:45am March 30, 2014):

I absolutely had no idea that the bumpy side went on the bottom!! Seriously. The oldest of 3 girls and we all had long hair. Mom as well. Bobby pins were everywhere!! And the flat side always on the bottom! I think of all the pains we endured when they came loose and mom had to redo them. If only we had known, perhaps they would have come loose half the time???!! LOL And all the other ideas!! Fabulous. Only now, I have short hair and no daughters. LOL Not a bobby pin to be seen anywhere in this house. haha

Re: Winter in Full Bloom (10:09pm March 28, 2014):

Sounds like a very interesting story. The title. The cover. All unusual.

Re: Home to Stay (9:47pm March 26, 2014):

Les Miserables, when Anne Hathaway has fallen. That song. If she never acted again. If she never did another movie. That song.....Amazing.

Re: Pretty Reckless (1:11am March 25, 2014):

Always in favor of a good cowboy story. :-)

Re: Mystery Spring Fling (2:29pm March 21, 2014):

10 complete stories in one book!? Freakin' fabulous!!

Re: The Rancher's Second Chance (1:21am March 12, 2014):

Wow, that is quite a list. haha You are right, he cant be all these things to everyone. How boring would that be?? Sounds like some lovely stories.

Re: Some Like It Wild (12:32pm March 11, 2014):

I love "good girls'' stories. ;-)

Re: The Trouble With Honor (2:04am February 25, 2014):

I love her name. The title is splendid. Looking forward to this one.

Re: Between the Sheets (2:02am February 25, 2014):

Three winners!? How generous! Thank you.

Re: Mint Juleps and Justice (6:32am February 22, 2014):

What a hard loss for you. So sorry.
I also prefer the strong alpha hero with a good sense of humor and humility to go along with kindness.

Re: Lord of the Sea (2:12am February 19, 2014):

haha So many variables. A sense of humor. Generosity. Fearlessness. Loyalty. And of course, he must be hotsy totsy!

Re: Lord of Swords (5:47pm February 17, 2014):

I did not know that February is Natl Wedding Month!! Husband and I celebrated our 34th anniversary on Ground Hogs Day. :-)

Re: The MacGregor's Lady (12:43pm February 7, 2014):

Oh my goodness, Grace. I love the Scottish romance when I can listen to it. Love the audio books!

Re: What The Groom Wants (12:37pm February 7, 2014):

LOLOL I got nothing new. But loved your post. Bahhaha

Re: Teacup Turbulence (11:33pm January 27, 2014):

Teacup Turbulence. Sounds adorable!!

Re: The Splendour Falls (12:16pm January 24, 2014):

Stopped believing in fairy tales. That's just too sad.

Re: Wishing On Buttercups (12:15pm January 24, 2014):

Wishing on Buttercups and a sewing kit!? Cool giveaway!! Thank you!!

Re: Poison Town (12:13pm January 24, 2014):

Whoa! Great title. Gets right to it!

Re: One Rogue Too Many (3:03pm January 16, 2014):

First crush? Not really. Maybe Tony Defranco from the singing group The Defrancos??haha
I am not sure a clip board is quirky. Sounds necessary to me. I hate writing in a notebook without one. And my lines go all wonky if I try writing on blank pages. haha
Love the cover and the title! ;-)

Re: Between A Rake And A Hard Place (2:59pm January 16, 2014):

Sounds like trying to force your writing style is not a good idea. And if someone else tried your style, it could be a terribly written story. If all writers were the same, imagine how boring that could be. :-)

Re: Limoncello Yellow (12:43pm January 14, 2014):

Sounds like a fun mystery. A tough young female. Love it.

Re: The Groom's Gamble (12:26pm January 5, 2014):

Oh my! So few covers have the man hair. No waxing. Really, do the Scottish earls wax? haha Anyway, grand cover. Its a sale for me.

Re: Freezer I'll Shoot (7:52pm December 28, 2013):

Eat less. Read more. Do a little better housekeeping.

Re: Restless Spirit (5:27am December 23, 2013):

The only way to know for sure is to try out the book. ;-)

Re: Welcome Back To Apple Grove (1:17pm December 20, 2013):

Oh my goodness,I love that cover. That would have to be a terrific story to read with a cover like that.
Peanut butter kiss cookies are a huge favorite here. I am a terrible cookie maker. But I can guy the tube of cookie dough and bake those. They turn out fabulous.
Merry Christmas!

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (11:19pm December 13, 2013):

The book sounds good and what a lovely cover. Congratulations, writer lady. ;-)

Re: Rugged Hearts (7:51pm December 5, 2013):

Awww, what great ideas. We have gotten very spoiled since our granddaughter came along. We take her to Disney every year at Christmas time. Its no easy trip of course. But it is loads of fun. And we aren't focused on all the madness. Just her.

Re: Billionaire Blend (7:47pm December 5, 2013):

LOL I love books with recipes that go along. I have to ask, how do you know what is Wolverine's Favorite coffee???? hehe

Re: Bulletproof (12:54pm November 13, 2013):

There are times that a book like this is exactly what I need. Though I cant always find it on my kindle when that mood strikes. But I just took care of that. Next time, Bulletproof is there now. :-) Sounds like a terrific story.

Re: How To Handle A Highlander (12:15pm November 9, 2013):

Oh my goodness, those eyes on that cover.
I am fascinated, so you wear them just because you feel like you were born in the wrong time? Or they are more comfortable now that you have the pattern right? I cant imagine making them from scratch. That's pretty cool!

Re: Once a Rake (3:23pm October 30, 2013):

I love the rules....so many rules. And then I love the way the H & H always manage to break them so thoroughly. haha And Eileen, I have always loved that picture of you. So mysterious. ;-)

Re: Norse Jewel (10:33pm October 28, 2013):

Been a long time since I read such a book. Sounds good.

Re: The Wicked Wallflower (9:06pm October 25, 2013):

I know!! The hot guys always fall for the nasty ones. And then the lucky hot guys have a pretty smart one come along and save them. When they didn't even know they needed saving because they are hot guys! haha Bet this is a good one!!

Re: Tempted in the Tropics (1:23am September 15, 2013):

Chocolate. Anything but frozen stuff. Chocolate. Especially oozing chocolate from the center. Chocolate. Yes. Did I mention chocolate?......

Re: True Spies (12:18pm September 13, 2013):

I do enjoy stories about married couples finding each other all over again. Second chances. Romance. Love. Ahhh, yes.

Re: A Rancher's Christmas (9:20pm August 26, 2013):

I love a sweet Christmas love story.

Re: The Arrangement (12:29pm August 24, 2013):

Two mary balogh books on one giveaway. Yahoo!! ;-)
Love Mary and her stories.....Thanks for the giveaway.

Re: Wicked Beat (12:41pm August 22, 2013):

LOL Sounds like an awesome read!

Re: Surrender To Sultry (12:40pm August 22, 2013):

I love Sultry. I can picture it all in my mind. :-)

Re: Rugged Hearts (1:43am July 24, 2013):

A neighbor down the street. I barely know him. He is a recovering alcoholic. And he gave me some great advice. He also told me some very hard and honest truths. I cant say how much I appreciate him. He has truly made an enormous impact on my own life, my own mental, emotional health.
Thanks for asking! :-)

Re: Merger to Marriage (3:28pm July 13, 2013):

I have a friend that has mentioned Addison Fox a few times. She loves her stories and I keep meaning to read her. There is never enough time!! ahhhhhh.....
The chocolate factory was fabulous! And I love all types of stories, the author can make it great or not. No matter what ''kind'' of story it is. :-)

Re: Flirting with Disaster (11:53am June 10, 2013):

Fatal flaw?? Bad breath.
Congratulations, Ruthie. Hope your release day is mahvelous!

Re: A Shot Of Sultry (3:56pm March 28, 2013):

I would say the sweetest thing my husband does, also does not cost any money, he is always supportive of my volunteering or going over board for kids birthdays or classes for something new I want to learn....He is always supportive and I find that incredibly sweet. And yes, I do try to return the support to him as well. :-)

Re: Once Again A Bride (10:59am February 7, 2013):

I love a wedding story.....romance and love.....lisakhutson at cox. net

Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (10:57am February 7, 2013):

I love Grace Burrowes writing. :-)
lisakhutson at cox. net

Re: Can't Hurry Love (6:43pm August 1, 2012):

Very cleverly done, mentioning patrick dempsey as a handsome older man. which I am so with you. He looks infinitely sexier now than he did in (as I said, very clever!) Cant Buy Me Love. The other guys too. Including Doogie. He does look so much better now. I love when that happens! haha Enjoyed reading. Cute post!

Re: A Scandalous Countess (2:54pm February 12, 2012):

What a sexy group of books. :-) I would love to read them all.

Re: Dylan (8:14pm January 15, 2012):

Looks and sounds like a great book! :-)

Re: Sins Of The Highlander (8:10am January 12, 2012):

Love highlander books. Love those guys. And how on earth can it be narrowed to one trait? Cant happen. Courage, generous, sense of humor too. But I like the ones that can laugh at her, but then see no humor in their own funny. haha They have to be tough, quick, and always willing, willing, willing.
So yes, I would love this book!! Thanks for offering! :-)

Re: The More the Terrier (4:54pm December 31, 2011):

Planning to live a simpler life. Husband and I have made that our goal. Clear out stuff. And buy no new stuff. Simplicity. The new 2012! :-)

Re: How To Worship A Goddess (11:25am December 13, 2011):

Hot hockey players, hmmmm...Over the years, I have seen a few of them without their uniforms. The uniforms designed to challenge females imaginations! haha But I have seen a few of them. Those pictures tell me they possess all I need them to! LOLOL I love stories of stubborn determined proud men tracking down that woman! haha

Re: Mistletoe and Margaritas (12:01pm December 11, 2011):

Hubby and I were born and lived 42 years in the midwest. We now live in phoenix. I would not trade it. When we go back to illinois to visit and it snows, its fun. As long as it isnt too much and not too cold. haha We are the silly ones that now shiver when it is 70 degrees. haha But we love it here. And in january, when we are sitting in the lovely sun in our shorts, we remember why we love it so much.

Re: Tall, Dark And Cowboy (7:30pm November 7, 2011):

Seems like almost all the comments are of strong women with start over stories. Mine is a start over with my husband. We moved to a place neither of us had ever been. We did not know a single person. Moving 1600 miles from our families and friends. But it has turned out to be a great thing for us!

Re: Dire Threads (12:37pm October 23, 2011):

Thanks for bringing it up, by the way. What lovely memories! :-)

Re: Dire Threads (12:37pm October 23, 2011):

My mom was also wonderful at halloween. And easter too. Not for costumes
of course. But with 3 girls and two boys, the easter clothes were pricey. Back
then, it was cheaper to sew than buy. Us girls still remember our favorites. We
all three matched. A red/golden patterned dress. Then we each had a lovely
cape, reversible. Red/golden pattern one side, plain golden on another. So
beautiful. But she was fabulous about halloween. Never ever store bought! She
too had a room full of sewing things! hehe

Re: Flawless (11:02am October 20, 2011):

Of course, as long as you can write, he can be redeemed or get even worse! LOL
Whatever you like! :-) But I do love the stories when they start out so awful, the
right woman, redemption. Especially fun are the ones when he chases her. Love
it!

Re: The Rake And The Recluse (6:09am September 18, 2011):

Oh my! Well now, this could be very nice. :-) I would love to see it!

Re: Lord and Lady Spy (1:19pm September 8, 2011):

Love Liam and Daniel Craig! Magnificent choices. Kirstie Alley, too, love that
choice. I quite agree with everything in Peggy Robersons post above. What great
ideas! Especially the 007 contest! LOL

Re: The Wedding Affair (6:15pm September 6, 2011):

That is so fun that you have such an interest! I am sure it must add depth to your
books! I have one of yours on my tbr shelf! Just one season. What an amazing,
sexy cover! It is waiting its turn to be read! :-) And this one sounds like great fun
as well!! :-)

Re: Red's Hot Cowboy (10:49am August 24, 2011):

Carolyn Brown would be a new author for me. Love the cover, red cowboy
boots!?! Yes. Sounds like a fun read. What would I do?? Yes, thats easy. Lean
back and pay attention. :-)

Re: Forced to Kill (7:55am June 4, 2011):

Hmmm, I love audio books along with paper books. Not anywhere near the ereaders yet!
I have not read a book written by a man for years, literally. Sounds like it would be a great story. And I like your approach. You sound like a smart person.
I would love to try out Forced To Kill

Re: The Soldier (12:38pm June 2, 2011):

I cant imagine ever replacing a character in a book. But when I read a good book, I do imagine it all as I go. I imagine what the room looks like. Or the lake. Or the carriage. Or the dress. Everything. I picture it in my mind what each person is doing. I see them. I dont need the author to give too much detail. But I do hate when an author misses something. Like has a character moving or doing something impossible. "He latched onto her nipple..." When she had just been face down on the bed. Come on, read it out loud and fix these things! LOL Anyway, I cant imagine myself in the book, but I do imagine everything else. As for family, without them , where would any of us be? I am blessed with a wonderful one. Just as it seems that Val, Dev & Gayle are. I am half way thru The Heir. Such a fun different sort of story. Love the characters. No run of the mill predictable peeps in this story! None! Well, maybe Her Grace. A loving wonderful mama. I still have no idea what could be the big secret that Anna & Morgan share and fear. And I already cant wait to read The Soldier. You gave away an awful lot of it already in Fresh Buzz. But still looking forward to it. :-)

Re: Angel's Rest (11:20am March 12, 2011):

I get too easily confused when authors use different names. If I have one I have enjoyed I will look for that name. I am slow to pick up new names. The book budget is small, so I have to be very picky what I spend it on. This series does look like a great read!

Re: Love Me If You Dare (8:19pm February 14, 2011):

Happy Valentines Day, Everyone!

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