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April showers us with great reads! Stay safe!

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Who is the unconscious stranger who looks like her?


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Chocolate: Earth’s only hope in a romantic scifi adventure.


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A Civil War reenactment, a missing body, an ex-CIA agent and her renegade Girl Scout troop – what could go wrong?


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He'll risk everything to save her


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As girls, they bonded over broken homes and growing up in foster care.
As women, they're fighting for their lives, and loves, once more…


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Revisit Harmony Harbor


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Welcome to Blessings, Georgia, the best small town in the South!


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18 comments posted.

Re: Saving Jake (10:19am October 8, 2016):

You as an author are new to me but I plan on ordering your first book on Amazon today, they all appeal to me! Thank you for the giveaway and I hope I win!

Re: Hold Your Breath (10:12am October 8, 2016):

I would like to ask the author if they read other author on their downtime when they are not writing and what is their
inspiration to write?

Re: A Very Jaguar Christmas (9:53am October 8, 2016):

I am just now getting ready for this Christmas season, and am
ordering my Christmas cards now to send out. We have a small family and I don't have to make list but we do carry on with traditions that we have had for years! Thank you for this giveaway.

Re: Silent Night Shadows (9:50am October 8, 2016):

I am a play it safe kind of person and have been for a very long time but when we are younger I feel all of us have a that little bit of take a chance!

Re: Every Bride Needs a Groom (9:47am October 8, 2016):

This really looks like a great book and I hope I win and get to read it really soon! Laughter really is one of the true best medicine and if I didn't have my husband to laugh with I don't know what I would do!

Re: His Prairie Sweetheart (7:12am August 2, 2016):

Love her historical novels and I look forward to reading this
one. Love everything I have read about this book. Hope I win!

Re: Butter Off Dead (10:56am July 7, 2015):

I love antiques and have a whole collection of pink depression glass. I also love to read cozy mysteries. Keep up the writing for all the mystery readers.

Re: Untouched (4:05pm April 21, 2012):

Sounds great, I like 1,7,10. This book sounds great and I would love to win a copy to read! Thanks for running this contest.

Re: No Dress Required (4:02pm April 21, 2012):

I love all books connected or not! Usually I only like a
story line of connected stories for only 3 books because I can hardly wait for the next one to come out in print. Either way, these books sound great and I would love to win!

Re: The Fallen Woman of Vil?gos (10:10pm April 17, 2012):

The book sounds wonderful and I would love to win! I have experienced deja vu more than once, but I remember it most when I first met my husband for the first time!

Re: The Zen Man (10:07pm April 17, 2012):

My mother read to me as a child and I started taking my son to the library at age 3 to pick out his own books. We have shared a lot of Sherlock Homes stories over the years and I would have to say Sherlock Homes!

Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (12:39pm April 13, 2012):

I don't have any secrets but if I did I would never share them with anyone.

Re: Mariana (12:36pm April 13, 2012):

I like the books the way they were intended, if not you kind of lose something in the re-write

Re: Illicit Intuitions (9:50am April 10, 2012):

My Illict day is just spending the day reading, sitting in my favorite chair with a cup of tea! Thank for the opportunity to enter your contest, I hope I win!

Re: Trouble Me (9:13pm April 9, 2012):

"Trouble Me" sounds like a book I would love to read, hope I win the contest! Special thanks for the opportunity to enter this contest.

Re: The Devil and Miss Jones (9:05am April 8, 2012):

I love the title and I am glad you as a writer can now choose and keep your own titles. It kind of takes away from a book when you find out the author did not get to keep their working title. Keep up the good work and I hope I win!

Re: Vigilare (9:01am April 8, 2012):

A heroine can never be too tough and when she meets her love in the story then she can bring out the woman .

Re: One Hot Cowboy Wedding (8:57am April 8, 2012):

All cowgirls want their own cowboy to love! Thank you for the chance to win a copy of your book.

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