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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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87 comments posted.

Re: Graveyard Shift (9:06pm October 11):

If I still dressed for Halloween I would be a pirate girl.

Re: Heiress Gone Wild (9:05pm October 11):

I want to try some new chili recipes in my slow cooker this Fall.

Re: Once Upon a Cowboy Christmas (9:04pm October 11):

The best thing about cowboy romances....the cowboys.

Re: Always Look Twice (9:03pm October 11):

I love that the weather is a little cooler in the Fall here in Southern CA

Re: A Christmas Home (9:02pm October 11):

I love Butterscotch so I think I will try the Butterscotch Beans.

Re: Love at First Bark (8:01pm August 3):

I love reading books with dogs in the stories I know I would like this book.

Re: A Lord Apart (11:00pm March 27):

Sounds like aninteresting book.

Re: In Her Sights (10:57pm March 27):

I would enjoy reading your book.

Re: The Summer Cottage (10:54pm March 27):

I know I would enjoy reading this book.

Re: Night Of The Flood (4:22pm January 5, 2019):

I usually get books for Christmas because my family knows how much I like
to read. But this year I got a gift certificate to a book store instead of books.
That way I can pick my own books to read.

Re: Maverick (12:20pm September 9, 2018):

I love reading books about cowboys. Your stories sound interesting.

Re: Cowboy Charm School (12:15pm September 9, 2018):

Interesting a/out marshmallows...I learned something today

Re: Betrayed (11:23pm February 13, 2018):

I am looking forward to reading Touch Of Red and many others. I read a
book a week for my book club.

Re: Cowboy SEAL Homecoming (4:31pm January 9, 2018):

I love to read cowboy stories. This one sounds interesting.

Re: Wolf Hunger (10:07pm December 9, 2017):

The original cheesecake recipe is my favorite. Sometimes I like a bit od
caramel drizzled over it.

Re: The Duke Knows Best (10:03pm December 9, 2017):

The covers on your books make me want to read the stories. So glad they
drew me in.

Re: One Summer Night (10:40pm October 5, 2017):

I too like A Walk To Remember and Pretty Woman which I watch most
every time it comes on tv.

Re: Shining Through (10:35pm October 5, 2017):

Your books sound interesting. Unusual settings. Nit like every other
romance author's. I like that.

Re: Elliott Redeemed (2:52pm September 4, 2017):

I liked the Beatles and Elvis if they are considered Rock stars. My favorite
music is Country-Western.

Re: The Lost Vampire (5:22pm August 3, 2017):

What would a vampire story written by Shakespeare be like?

Re: Brazilian Capture (11:48pm May 23, 2017):

Gone With The Wind, Call Of The Wild and Rebecca are some of my
favorites.

Re: Killer Characters (11:40pm May 23, 2017):

I always enjoy reading stories with twins in them.I like to see how authors
write about us twins and if they get it right.

Re: A Family Under the Christmas Tree (10:16pm November 2, 2016):

My grandmother baking pumpkin pies during the holidays is my favorite
food memory.

Re: Beautiful Crazy (9:57pm November 2, 2016):

Pretty Woman is my favorite.

Re: The Untouchable Earl (9:39pm November 2, 2016):

Your book sounds like one I wpuld enjoy and I love the cover...so beautiful.

Re: Christmas Tsar (9:35pm November 2, 2016):

Your books sound like ones I would enjoy reading.

Re: Always With You (12:45pm October 3, 2016):

I like to read love stories with happy endings.Since they are make-believe
why not make them happy ?

Re: My Wild Irish Dragon (11:37pm September 5, 2016):

Your book sounds like one I would enjoy.

Re: Every Time with a Highlander (2:13pm August 11, 2016):

A perfect weekend is to get away to one of the beach towns along our
coast for dining, shopping, and relaxing. Santa Barbara is a favorite place
for me.

Re: A Promise of Fire (2:10pm August 11, 2016):

It is always good to find authors whose books I have not read. Just found
one.

Re: Heart Strike (2:08pm August 11, 2016):

Favorite weekend starts with a beauty shop appointment and then lunching
with friends in an eatery overlooking the ocean then shopping ...I love to
shop. Resting up on a Sunday then for all the activities for the coming
week.

Re: For Love or Money (2:01pm August 11, 2016):

My grandkids, my dog and living in a great climate.

Re: Always My Girl (1:40am July 8, 2016):

The Nora Roberts books on the McKades.

Re: If the Earl Only Knew (1:34am July 8, 2016):

I have been reading romance novels so long that I don't remember reading
about the characters first kisses. I am sure there were some great ones in
all the books I've read.

Re: A Gift for Guile (1:28am July 8, 2016):

Gideon..I like a guy with a good sense of humor.

Re: Billionaire in Wolf's Clothing (1:11am July 8, 2016):

The new wolf sounds like a great guy. Would enjoy reading your book.

Re: The Diva Serves High Tea (10:34pm June 14, 2016):

Scones and raspberries are my favorite.

Re: The Bones Will Speak (10:19pm June 14, 2016):

I love it when authors put dogs in their stories. Can you tell I like dogs?

Re: Vendetta (10:16pm June 14, 2016):

Either one of these books would be good to read and report on at my
Mystery BookClub meeting. They sound like ones I would enjoy.

Re: Flash of Fire (11:38pm May 9, 2016):

My true love is my creativeness in all I do. I was fortunate to be born with
artistic abilities.

Re: Lovegame (11:35pm May 9, 2016):

I think I would enjoy reading your book.

Re: Murder in Morningside Heights (11:23pm May 9, 2016):

My days are filled with lots of things to do or places to go. I can alwYs find
things to do...I am rarely idle.

Re: True Born (11:20pm May 9, 2016):

My supernatural boyfriend would be a combination of all the good things
about all the guys I ever dated.

Re: Wanting More (10:26pm April 4, 2016):

Celebrate by doing one thing on your bucket list

Re: Tide And Tempest (10:18pm April 4, 2016):

A trip to Tahiti.

Re: The House by the Lake (10:15pm April 4, 2016):

I would like to solve the mystery of whether there are more trwasures in
King Tut's tomb.

Re: How Willa Got Her Groove Back (3:33pm March 16, 2016):

I have not seen any web series. I barely have time to read the emails I get
let alone watch a series. That would cut down on my reading time with a
book.

Re: Love Walks In (4:05pm February 4, 2016):

I think she is sneaking in so as not to be noticed.

Re: Royal Flush (4:03pm September 7, 2015):

I like the shows and the idea of stayiing in a great hotel with all the amenities.

Re: The Girl in the Glass (3:59pm September 7, 2015):

I do like the "will they or won't they" in a story. It isn't fun reading a book where
you know how it is going to end...I would rather be surprised.

Re: A Geek Girl's Guide to Murder (3:54pm September 7, 2015):

I can't think of much that I geek about....maybe the fact that I am a stickler for
people having "good manners", such as not putting elbows on the dinner table
while eating and men taking off hats at the table when eating...

Re: The Good Neighbor (3:46pm September 7, 2015):

I don't seem to guard my work so much because I am proud of the paintings I
do and the quilts I make and want to show them off to my family and friends.

Re: Last Chance Cowboys: The Drifter (2:58pm September 7, 2015):

I remember always being told when I was a child to BE NICE...I try to do that
every day.

Re: Moments of Truth (11:55pm August 21, 2015):

I am a detailed type of person so I usually do not get bogged down with
details...I prefer detailed instead of big picture.

Re: Cold as Ice (11:48pm August 21, 2015):

Rhett Butler

Re: Wolf Trouble (11:46pm August 21, 2015):

I do not have a significant other.

Re: Last Chance Hero (11:42pm August 21, 2015):

My family used to travel the Route 66 thru New Mexico and Arizona when I
was younger. I remember seeing the Navajo rugs hanging outside a hogan
that were sell to the tourists.

Re: Lady Emily's Exotic Journey (11:36pm August 21, 2015):

I am always looking for new authors to read...I just found one.

Re: Naked (11:15pm July 22, 2015):

I hace made a lot of cakes in my profession ut not sure if any were honey
cakes....too mNy to remember them all. Very interesting about tiered
cakes...never wondered where they originated.

Re: Double Mint (11:09pm July 22, 2015):

The books would be fun to read and report on at my Mystery Book Club.

Re: Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai (11:04pm July 22, 2015):

Sounds like a fun book to read.

Re: School's Out for Murder (11:02pm July 22, 2015):

I am anxious to read your story a out school since I am a retired teacher.

Re: Shadow Fires (3:35pm May 15, 2015):

I have only read one of your books so I don't have a favorite series.

Re: Once a Wallflower, At Last His Love (6:03pm February 11, 2015):

Would love to read one of your books. I am always looking for new authors to
read.

Re: Meow If It's Murder (12:49pm January 14, 2015):

I always enjoy reading books that have an animal in the story. We have read a lot
of cat included mysteries in my book club so this is a new one we can put on our
list.

Re: How to Plan a Wedding for a Royal Spy (12:34pm January 14, 2015):

Your book sounds like one I would enjoy reading. I love the cover too.

Re: A Spy Unmasked (5:14pm November 12, 2014):

Your book sounds like the kind of story I like to read. Iknow I would enjoy it. I
have yet to read one of your books. Hope I get a chance to.

Re: My Highland Spy (1:29pm September 10, 2014):

I've not read any of your books so would like a chance to do so. Your story
sounds like one I would enjoy.Yes, when I was in college years ago I went on a
study trip to Europe and really enjoyed it. Would love to go back again.

Re: The Lady's Disgrace (1:20pm September 10, 2014):

One of my favorite genres of romance novels is the Historical one. I enjoy
reading the ones set in Great Britian and the Old West. What a difference. I know
I would enjoy reading your book.

Re: Deep in My Heart (2:24pm May 15, 2014):

My favorite sexy scene is when Barbara Streisand moves Robert Redford's bans
out of the way..such a sexy scene in the Way We Were. And I liked the chemistry
between Richard Gere and the Pretty Woman Julia Roberts.

Re: Upon a Winter's Night (1:21pm November 6, 2013):

I enjoyed reading about how the Amish celebrate christmas and Thanksgiving.
My favorite part of Christmas is being with the grandkids and seeing them open
presents.

Re: My Lady Quicksilver (11:31pm October 4, 2013):

I always enjoy meeting authors new to me. Your book sounds like one I
would enjoy.

Re: Prince of Secrets (2:28pm July 3, 2013):

One thing that drives me crazy is starting to read more books when I haven't
finished the first one I started...not having enough time to finish one book
before another sounds so good I have to try it. But eventually I do get them all
read and it's worth it.

Re: It Happened One Midnight (2:25pm July 3, 2013):

the beautiful covers on your books have draw me in and I must say I've not been
disappointed in the stories inside. Love reading your books.

Re: One Night (4:56pm June 24, 2013):

Yes, I had one special night that did change my life for the better. I would not go
back and change anything about that night. I was lucky.

Re: The Practice Proposal (4:30pm May 12, 2013):

I can see why you were inspired to put a particular baseball player in your story.
Can't wait to read your book.

Re: Angora Alibi (4:27pm May 12, 2013):

Would love to read your book. I am a knitter and a reader...two of my favorite
things to do. So glad for the info...thanks.

Re: Die for Me (4:24pm May 12, 2013):

Your book sounds like one I would enjoy reading and commenting on at my Book
Club. A new author for me to read.

Re: Out Of Circulation (5:57pm March 11, 2013):

Your book sounds like one I would enjoy reading.

Re: Christmas Confidential (5:01pm November 28, 2012):

ONe tradition I started with my daughter when she had her first Christmas
was to get a bird ornament for the tree and each year try to find a different
bird ornament...by the time she was a young woman she had quite a
collection of various birds which I handed over to her for her home. Some
years they were plentiful and some years we had to search and search for a
bird ornament....I enjoyed the times of shopping for an ornament with my
daughter throughout the years.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (5:48pm November 8, 2012):

She had Tinker Bell on her clothing. Would love to read your book. Thanks
for the info.

Re: Courting His Favorite Nurse (1:50pm February 21, 2012):

Congratulations on your book. it sounds really interesting since I have ridden in
a hot air balloon over the Arizona desert. It was an awesome experience.

Re: Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star (4:42pm September 21, 2011):

Would love to read this book...who doesn't love music in some way. Sounds like a
book I would enjoy reading.

Re: The Bone House (4:42pm August 23, 2011):

Brian since you like psychological thrillers you might like to read a book I just
finished reading titled Still Missing by Chevy Stevens. Can't remember when I've
read such a good first novel that stayed with me long after I'd finished it.

Re: In The Heat Of The Bite (2:02pm July 19, 2011):

Good luck with your books...I read anything that has Wolf in the title....I"m
drawn to wolves. So I'm sure I will like your stories.

Re: Under a Desert Sky (4:38pm June 19, 2011):

I love the cover of your new book...since I grew up in Arizona and love the desert
this is one book I'll be getting to read.

Re: Blood Sin (2:14pm April 21, 2011):

Haven't read many vampire books but I'd read this one.

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