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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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164 comments posted.

Re: In Her Sights (9:54am March 29, 2019):

These books are some of the only ones I can read in print
these days. I listen to audiobooks about 95% of the time,
but I have to know what happens in these books before the
audio is available.

Re: One Texas Cowboy Too Many (1:26pm March 3, 2016):

I love it!

Re: Taken by the Highlander (11:39am January 2, 2016):

My family and I watch the New Year's Rockin' Eve celebration
on TV and drink sparkling grape juice.

Re: Target Engaged (11:49am December 2, 2015):

Any book by Patricia Briggs.

Re: One Rogue at a Time (11:49am December 2, 2015):

As always, your post was so fun! I love reading your stories,
Jade!

Re: The Highwayman (11:30am September 2, 2015):

I love the want add! It is perfect.

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (5:36pm July 6, 2015):

We're in the process of trying to clean our house, but we
have a lot of stuff. We've been in this house for over 30
years...

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (11:04pm May 6, 2015):

Yay! Happy Birthday, Jade. I'd love to try the book.

Re: Heartbreak Cove (9:55am March 7, 2015):

Thanks for the excerpt! I love getting a peek at the
story. I'm from small town VA, too!

Re: Make Me, Take Me (10:50am December 19, 2014):

Pens and books. I work in retail and pens are completely
necessary. Books are my sanity.

Re: Play Me Wild (6:49am November 26, 2014):

I'm reading Honeymoon to Die For by Dianna Love and
listening to River Cast by Samantha Young.

Re: Hard to Come By (6:49am November 26, 2014):

I think I have read one before, but I don't remember it
very much. I love Marz, though!

Re: My Highland Spy (11:00pm September 10, 2014):

I've been to Jamaica, Dublin, London and Italy.

Re: My Highland Spy (8:56am August 28, 2014):

I think everyone judges a bit on first impressions. You
adjust your assessments as you get to know a person, but there
is always that first meeting.

Re: Betting on Julia (8:55am August 28, 2014):

I like heroes that are intelligent and loyal.

Re: Saving Gracie (9:17pm August 24, 2014):

Since I work in retail, I tend to be a bit early on
everything. However, Fall is the one season that I like to
savor. I love the leaves, Pumpkin ;-) and Halloween.

Re: One Night of Sin (10:18am August 10, 2014):

Oh goodness! #2 is my biggest pet peeve in books. I cannot
STAND pointless arguments/non-communication. Every time a
heroine is thinking, "I can't tell him." I throw up my
hands in frustration. I like characters that are strong
enough to do things for themselves, but know when they need
help and ask for it!

Re: Dream Huntress (11:03am June 24, 2014):

I was a fan of Ghost Whisperer, but I never tried Medium.
Netflix here I come. :-D

Re: Out of Bounds (10:05am June 12, 2014):

I love your Mary Wine stories, so I'd like to try these as
well.

Re: Romancing the Rumrunner (10:03am June 12, 2014):

I totally agree with #10! As long as the heroine can handle
it.

Re: Wicked Temptation (9:19am June 4, 2014):

I would love to be a copy editor. For the moment, I do not
have the money to get the training I need.

Re: Tempest In A Teapot (9:41am June 3, 2014):

Different things trigger different memories for me. I might
remember something and know it's completely true, or I could
wonder if it was maybe just a dream.

Re: Meet the Earl at Midnight (11:07am May 23, 2014):

I'm sure I have at some point, but nothing huge. I think
everyone sacrifices small things for the ones they love.

Re: To Charm a Naughty Countess (11:05am May 23, 2014):

Well, I'm a romantic, but I tend to be somewhat cynical as
well. I would need something a bit more than just words to
win me over.

Re: Lady Gone Bad (9:50am May 19, 2014):

No. I couldn't handle the little woman mentality or the hot
dresses. ;-)

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (10:56am May 14, 2014):

I read Pamela Clare's MacKinnon's Rangers series and learned a
lot about how the Ranger teams worked in the French and Indian
War. It gave insight into the tactics used and their life in
camp.

Re: Risky Game (12:02pm May 13, 2014):

I love Jaci Burton's series.

Re: Wild Ways (10:09am May 12, 2014):

They're the ultimate bad boy. Everyone is drawn to them at
some point. ;-)

Re: Out of Control (8:47am April 30, 2014):

I don't have a specific setting I enjoy, but I love when the
setting becomes almost a character.

Re: One Bite Per Night (7:04pm April 10, 2014):

I cannot wait to try this series! It is on my TBR pile, and
has been for awhile.

Re: Rising Assets (9:40am April 3, 2014):

People who think they're always right, even when they're not.

Re: How to Handle a Cowboy (9:39am April 3, 2014):

I love series, but I also love stand-alone books. For me it
depends on the story and how it should be told.

Re: The Winter Bride (9:50am April 2, 2014):

I love Beta Heroes! It is nice to see the other side of a
hero.

Re: Bite Me (10:22am March 27, 2014):

There are so many creative worlds out there that I couldn't
begin to list them all. I do love Terry Goodkind's world in
the Sword of Truth series.

Re: Silence Of The Wolf (9:52am March 20, 2014):

I'll go with Ian. ;-) Highlanders. Sigh.

Re: Kissing with Fangs (9:51am March 20, 2014):

That was a great excerpt! Thanks for the blog post today.
:-D

Re: The Bride Insists (11:30am March 14, 2014):

My mom is a pastor and so she collects sheep (with attitude).

Re: Desperately Seeking Suzanna (11:17am March 13, 2014):

Brownies. Definitely brownies. ;-)

Re: Free Falling (11:11am March 12, 2014):

This will be a new-to-me series. I'd love to try it out!

Re: Sapphires Are an Earl's Best Friend (11:04am March 6, 2014):

My favorite characters in the Mercy Thompson series by
Patricia Briggs are Warren & Kyle!!! I absolutely love them
and would love to see a full-length story for them.

Re: What The Groom Wants (9:35am March 5, 2014):

Yay! I got the trivia right. ;-) I can't wait to read those
paperback books Squidge is sitting on.

Re: Must Love Dukes (10:10am February 27, 2014):

Let's just say I'm not proud of my job and whenever I see
someone I know, I try to avoid the "Oh, you work here?"
conversation.

Re: Hot Rock (9:26am February 26, 2014):

I think everyone has some fascination with fame. It is
attractive and that fame brings the stars attention.

Re: Tempted by the Soldier (9:25am February 26, 2014):

Books, definitely. Chocolate is another big one. ;-)

Re: Bound to be Dirty (11:28pm February 22, 2014):

It is a forbidden fantasy. We all have our guilty pleasures
and BDSM romance let's us know we're not the only ones (even
if our guilty pleasures might not be like those).

Re: The Cowboy's Mail Order Bride (10:24am February 20, 2014):

Wow. That's amazing. I don't think I would've had the
courage to do it.

Re: The Tycoon's Socialite Bride (9:28am February 19, 2014):

I like both, but mostly a combination. A real-life story
with elements of fantasy. I love paranormal romances, but I
like the ones with true-to-life experiences.

Re: Lord of the Sea (9:26am February 19, 2014):

There is one perfect man for every woman, so in a way all men
are the perfect hero. Everyone has flaws that, to a certain
person, MAKE them perfect. I personally love the nerdy guys.
I love intelligence. ;-)

Re: Once In A Lifetime (9:10am February 18, 2014):

Aww. That was sweet. I love when a hero can be man enough
to comfort without trying to fix it.

Re: Much Ado About Jack (9:46am February 13, 2014):

I think even Shakespeare would be speechless for a few
moments. Then I'm sure he'd come up with something. ;-)

Re: What The Groom Wants (9:44am February 13, 2014):

Yes! I hadn't read the comments but I was about to put D.
;-)

Re: The MacGregor's Lady (7:02am February 7, 2014):

What is your process with a new story. Do you come up with
the characters first, the plot or do you just write?

Re: What The Groom Wants (6:58am February 7, 2014):

The girl bound with the man pleasuring her. ;-)

Re: Miss Molly Robbins Designs A Seduction (12:55pm February 6, 2014):

I like the recipe for the glove perfume. I would never have
thought about that.

Re: Repossessed (11:18am January 20, 2014):

I am excited to see Tessa & Rob's story. :-D

Re: More Than A Touch (10:49am January 17, 2014):

I think for me it is the combination of all the elements of
the story that stand out for me. When a book really gets
everything to fit in the right order/places, that is what I
like. A hero and heroine that I can actually see together.
Friends and family that make sense and are fully fleshed
out. Situations that make sense. So many books, I feel
like, make the impossible happen. Two characters who are
CLEARLY not right for one another somehow come together in
the end of the story.

Oh, and I get lost in Office Supplies as well. ;-)

Re: Between A Rake And A Hard Place (10:40am January 17, 2014):

I love Balls because of the dresses, but it is so fun to hear
about house parties and the activities planned for them.

Re: One Rogue Too Many (10:38am January 17, 2014):

Oh man. My first crush was in elementary school. We were
best friends and I liked him for at least 5 years. Sigh.

Re: The Magic Between Us (9:28am January 9, 2014):

When I was a kid, I hated reading too. At least, until my
fourth grade teacher handed me a Nancy Drew book and told me
to try it. I've never gone back! My mom says I just didn't
care that, "The duck is in the pond." I wanted a real story.
Now, I have a book with me at all times.

Re: Freezer I'll Shoot (12:57pm December 28, 2013):

I'm terrible about New Year's Resolutions. I never end up
making them because I just can't think of one.

Re: Prince Of Shadows (11:21am December 12, 2013):

Congrats on the new release! I hope to get the chance to read
it. :-D

Re: Unclaimed (11:20am December 12, 2013):

I love that my family is together for the Holidays. Everyone
comes to our house and we just spend the day together.

Re: Last Chance Proposal (10:51am December 10, 2013):

I wish! But my family does have a tradition I couldn't do
without. Everyone is home for Christmas! We open presents at
a ridiculously early hour, eat waffles, eggs, etc for
breakfast and just spend the entire day together. It is
really nice.

Re: Tangling with the CEO (10:49am December 10, 2013):

I like to read both. I need to mix it up a bit so I don't get
into a reading rut.

Re: Billionaire Blend (10:40am December 6, 2013):

This book/coffee sounds cool. I haven't read the series, but
I'd love to try it out.

Re: Rugged Hearts (10:35am December 6, 2013):

I work at Pier 1 Imports and I love it when random customers
will open the door when I'm carrying something heavy/large.
You'd be surprised how many DON'T!

Re: Legend Of The Highland Dragon (10:27am December 6, 2013):

This sounds fantastic. I worked as an office assistant for a
dance studio and you would not believe the parents of the
dancers. It is incredibly stressful. ;-)

Re: Everlasting Enchantment (10:23am December 6, 2013):

I think a phoenix. They have a fiery personality and many
second chances.

Re: A Song At Twilight (10:33am November 18, 2013):

I don't know about working couples, but Heather Snow's
heroines all have some sort of passion (chemistry,
mathematics, music, etc...) and I love that!

Re: How To Handle A Highlander (11:31am November 8, 2013):

I cannot wait to get my hands on this book! I love Mary
Wine's books.

Re: Born Wild (3:59pm November 1, 2013):

I think I'd like the motorcycle. ;-)

Re: A Midsummer Bride (11:19pm October 31, 2013):

I like the heroine to have brains, compassion and the ability
to give up control when necessary or take it if that's what is
needed.

Re: Once a Rake (7:49am October 30, 2013):

The Regency Rogue. ;-) They're my favorite.

Re: Hunter's Moon (9:23am October 29, 2013):

I love non-wolf shifters.

Re: The Wicked Wallflower (6:34pm October 25, 2013):

I went to a pretty small school, so everyone knew I existed.
The boys I liked might not have returned my feelings, however.

Re: A Lady's Secret Weapon (11:21am October 19, 2013):

I definitely go between both. I love to mix it up.

Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (8:42am October 6, 2013):

Hocus Pocus! It is a required part of Halloween for me.
Probably more than once. :-D

Re: My Lady Quicksilver (12:19pm October 4, 2013):

I'm sure everyone has. I don't really know what it might have
been for me, though. I'm sure I will think of one later,
though.

Re: Severed Trust (7:56am September 22, 2013):

I love this series! I started reading it after I met Margaret
at RomCon. :-D

Re: To Wed A Wicked Highlander (11:05pm September 20, 2013):

Cleaning. I'm the kind of person who has to throw it all on
the floor and start over to clean. I can't just pick &
choose. It makes for a long day.

Re: The Good Wife (9:57am September 3, 2013):

Congrats on your new release! I hope it goes well. :-D

Re: What the Bride Wore (11:16am August 29, 2013):

I recently began listening to audiobooks. The London Steampunk series by Bec McMaster is narrated by Alison Larkin and I fell in love with it! I cannot even imagine reading it in any other way.

Re: Love Him or Leave Him (12:06pm August 28, 2013):

Oh my goodness! I LOVED the Sweet Valley High books. They
came right after Nancy Drew & the Hardy Boys for me.

Re: Love On A Midsummer Night (12:34pm August 8, 2013):

I like your take on this. Have you seen/been involved in the
Read a Romance Month blog? It is a wonderful venture.

Re: What the Bride Wore (3:24pm August 6, 2013):

Best movie reference ever. :-D Have fun on your trip!

Re: Reckless (9:53am July 25, 2013):

Any of the Marvel Comic Book movies (The Avengers, Thor, Iron
Man, etc...). I love them all, and they have fantastic
stunts.

Re: Rugged Hearts (10:34am July 24, 2013):

A friend I met in middle school. He was my close friend and
we actually dated for a little under two months (ah, high
school...) After breaking up he told me he was gay. When I
didn't turn my back on him, (we live in a small minded area)
we became even closer. Now he's the only friend I keep up
with from high school, and we talk regularly on the phone
and see each other at least once a month.

He is also the reason I am strongly involved in efforts to
cut down on the unfair treatment of the GLBT community.

Re: Magic Rises (9:47am July 18, 2013):

I have wanted to start this series for quite awhile. This
would be the perfect opportunity. :-D

Re: Prince of Secrets (8:32pm July 3, 2013):

I stage manage. It is a HUGE responsibility and if anything
goes wrong, it is my fault. However, it is a lot of fun to be
behind the scenes. :-D

Re: Wish You Were Here (10:06am June 28, 2013):

When I was younger, I hated reading. Who cares if "The duck
is in the pond." ? Then my Fourth Grade teacher gave me Nancy
Drew and told me I would love it...I did! I have never
stopped reading since that day.

Re: One Night With A Rake (7:17pm June 20, 2013):

I have a cat named Gibbs, surprisingly named BEFORE NCIS came
out. :-D He is what we call a Psycho Cat. He sees things
that we do not and goes crazy when he tries to chase them.
But he provides many fun stories.

Re: The Lady Mercy Danforthe Flirts With Scandal (7:14pm June 20, 2013):

This sounds like so much fun! I hope to read it. :-D

Re: It Had To Be You (8:42pm June 5, 2013):

I actually have most of that playlist. :-D I love Lifehouse!

Re: Sweet Revenge (7:59pm June 4, 2013):

This sounds fantastic! I love heroes with a past. It makes
them more believable.

Re: South Of Surrender (11:57am June 1, 2013):

I love Michelle Willingham's historicals. Most of her stories
involve some form of disability (blind, mute,
agoraphobic,etc...) I also love Jennifer Ashley's "The
Madness of Lord Ian MacKenzie." Ian has Asperger Syndrome in
a time where the world didn't understand it.

Re: The Secret Life of Lady Julia (9:44pm May 27, 2013):

I have a similar problem...except from the opposite side of
the page. I get lost reading. My cat likes to bat at my book
to make sure I'm paying attention to him. He will knock it
out of my hand if he must. :-D

Re: Lady Vivian Defies A Duke (7:17am May 24, 2013):

I love little cameos from other characters! Delilah Marvelle
has some good ones (they appear, but don't take over).

Re: Undone (8:42am May 16, 2013):

Funny enough, those are my top qualities as well. I would
maybe add intelligent to the list, though, since I'm a nerdy
guy fan.

Re: The Practice Proposal (10:51am May 12, 2013):

Oh goodness...I'm not a sports fan. I love playing them, but
not watching them. :-D I do like swimmers' bodies, though.

Re: A Highland Werewolf Wedding (8:48am May 9, 2013):

I love Highlanders! I'm excited to see a new pack of 'em. :-
D

Re: Ours To Love (9:50pm May 8, 2013):

I love this series and cannot wait to see where it goes.

Re: Heart Of Iron (12:43pm May 2, 2013):

I am definitely the hunk hiding behind glasses type. I love
nerdy guys. :-D Loyalty and a sense of morality are my
requirements in a man, too.

Re: The Summer He Came Home (8:52am April 18, 2013):

Well, they're not rockers, but every member of Lifehouse! I
love them. :-D

Re: Night Demon (6:21am April 14, 2013):

I love brains! Haha. I happen to be the nerdy-guy fan.

Re: Darius (6:22pm April 4, 2013):

I'm definitely a list person! I think it just helps to
organize my thoughts.

Re: Sinner's Heart (10:07am April 3, 2013):

Oh my goodness, yes! I MUST read a series in order. If I
get the last book in a series, I have to get all of the
others before I can read any of them. When books are
written as a series, you can sometimes read them out of
order and still get a great story...but you won't get all of
it. Some details will be lost or the history hinted at
won't be fully revealed. It is just a richer experience.

I don't wait for all the books to come out. With some
series, I would never be able to start. Plus, it is much
more cost effective to buy them separately when I have the
funds for it.

Re: Lush (10:04am April 3, 2013):

I haven't read this series, but I LOVE Lauren Dane's books. I
have read the Bound by Magick series, Phantom Corps and The
Brown Siblings. I cannot wait to read the Delicious series.
:-D

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

I'm a photographer and my friend bought me a mug that looks
exactly like a Zoom Lens! I know it's cheesy, but I loved it!

Re: Identity Crisis (10:32am March 27, 2013):

Have you seen White Collar? It is a wonderful show about a
former art theif/forger who is now working with the FBI to
catch others.

Re: Sins of a Ruthless Rogue (9:46am March 26, 2013):

I've had those kinds of travel days! Mine usually involve
passports and barely missing flights, but about the same kind
of intensity. :-D

Re: Shadows And Strongholds (10:32am March 22, 2013):

I went to Ireland with my marching band in 2006 and we got
to go sight seeing. There were two places that really stuck
with me. The first was the library at Trinity College (go
figure). It was like walking into the library from Beauty
and the Beast. I stood there in shock and wonder for about
a minute.

The second was Glendalough. It is a small monastery that
has one of three remaining, intact spires. The grounds are
absolutely beautiful and SO GREEN! It was wonderful.

Re: If You Give A Rake A Ruby (10:21am March 21, 2013):

I would say loyalty is a big one. Loyalty to the hero's
leader/country/heroine.

Re: Her Knight's Quest (10:35am March 15, 2013):

I think books revolve around secondary characters. Some
authors give those characters new life in their own stories,
others let them continue to set the main characters on their
path.

My favorite secondary characters are Warren and Kyle from
the Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs. Their
relationship is solid and they have a fun sense of humor
that helps lighten the stories.

Re: Lord Of Darkness (7:10am March 4, 2013):

I love seeing the whole picture. In some series you get to
see the ton or their close seconds, not everyone! It makes
for a richer story.

Re: Protector (7:48am March 3, 2013):

I'm never without a book. I take it one in my purse
everywhere I go. My friends come to me with requests for
recommendations all the time.

Re: Into the Spotlight (10:11am March 2, 2013):

My favorite show was Las Vegas with Josh Duhamel, James Caan,
Molly Sims and Vanessa Marcil. It was about the team running
a casino and the craziness they go through.

Re: An Encounter at the Museum (6:39am March 1, 2013):

My most unusual date was not a real date. A friend, one I
happened to have a crush on, took me to dinner after a
football game our band had traveled to. He paid and we sat
alone and everything...but we weren't actually going out.

Re: Hot Ticket (6:37am March 1, 2013):

Honesty, Commitment and Loyalty.

Re: Wait Until Dark (6:36am March 1, 2013):

I love seeing an author's process. Thank you for sharing. :-D

Re: The Chieftain (11:09am February 27, 2013):

I love Highland Romances and Margaret Mallory's are among my
favorites! I also love hearing about the process of writing
these wonderful heroes/heroines.

Re: X Marks The Scot (10:20am February 22, 2013):

Johnny Duane Reed from Cindy Gerard's Black-Ops, Inc series
would be my favorite bad boy of the moment.

Re: Checkmate, My Lord (10:15am February 22, 2013):

I've always had a thing for secondary characters. It's
actually why I started reading romances - a lot of them use
secondary characters from previous books as the hero/heroine
in the next one.

My favorites are Kyle and Warren from Patricia Briggs's
Mercy Thompson series. I absolutely love the interactions
between them!

Re: A Howl For A Highlander (9:29am February 13, 2013):

I would like to take a walk around the island (particularly on
the beach) and see the sights.

Re: Seven-Night Stand (8:13am February 9, 2013):

I love foreign countries. Scotland, Ireland, England,
wherever.

Re: Once Again A Bride (8:53am February 7, 2013):

I have about five bookcases...they're all full. That lets me
know I'm home. :-D

Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (8:52am February 7, 2013):

Wonderful advice. :-D I love to see what motivates authors
and how they get started, so thanks for the post.

Re: The Wicked Wedding Of Miss Ellie Vyne (9:21am January 18, 2013):

I'm not an author, but I am a choreographer so I know the
fickleness of inspiration. I also know what you mean when you
say it comes at inconvenient times. :-D

Re: Waking Up With A Rake (10:52am January 10, 2013):

Everyone makes mistakes. The problem comes when they don't
recognize them and try to make amends.

Re: South Of Surrender (11:03am January 9, 2013):

Oh my! That was quite an excerpt. I have been waiting for
Chrys's book, and I'm excited to get a taste of it. Hard as
it Gets looks fascinating as well! I can't wait to read all
these lovely books. :-D

Re: For The Love Of A Goblin Warrior (11:03am January 3, 2013):

I love that moment! It is something we can relate to...the
insecurity, the heat, even the arrogance of some.

Re: Prince Of Power (11:00am January 3, 2013):

The relationship between the cover and the story should
definitely work. When the main character has a notable
characteristic (i.e. hair, tattoo or eyes) that is shown
incorrectly, it can turn the reader off.

Re: A Little Bit Wicked (9:33am December 29, 2012):

For me, I have to set goals a week/month at a time. I can't
concentrate on overall goals, but specific ones are okay. I'm
a list person. I might make a list of things to do for the
month and set goals for each week.

Re: Live And Let Love (6:16am December 28, 2012):

If I could meet a fictional spy, Sydney Bristow from Alias
would be my #1 choice! I loved the show. :-D

Re: Waltz With A Stranger (11:00pm December 21, 2012):

I'm going with a younger genre, but I loved the Weasleys from
Harry Potter. They were all different, but they were all
loved.

Re: Deliver Me From Temptation (10:58pm December 21, 2012):

I'm actually in the middle of one of those situations right
now. I took on a Sales Lead position with a company I have
never worked for. Now I have to learn the company, the
product, the customers and the associates in a short amount of
time. It is a bit overwhelming.

Re: Captive Of The Border Lord (8:46am December 20, 2012):

My aunt and uncle like to tease their son. One year when he
came home for Thanksgiving, they had moved without telling
him! So he got home, but no one was there. They had to give
him on-the-spot directions to their new house.

Re: Betrayed by Shadows (8:51am December 17, 2012):

For me there is a limit to the prickly-ness. I don't want her
to be easily manipulated or lead around, but I also don't like
it when she's intractable. That goes for men, as well. I
think there is a time when the stubbornness must give way to
something.

Re: Love Thy Sister (11:44am December 11, 2012):

Italy is a special place for me. It was the first country I
visited abroad. Capri is my favorite. :-D

Re: Jane's Gift (11:03am December 8, 2012):

My wishlist holiday book is "Naughty or Nice" an anthology by
Sherrilyn Kenyon, Carly Phillips, Patricia Ryan and Kathryn
Smith.

Re: The Bridegroom Wore Plaid (9:50am December 7, 2012):

I love seeing the research behind stories. Sometimes authors
get so excited about their research they try to squeeze in
every fact they can. Thank you for putting those facts as an
aside instead.

Re: How I Came To Sparkle Again (11:23am November 29, 2012):

I live in the middle of nowhere, as well. My GPS doesn't
even recognize my house or my mailbox as the right address.
Type in my mailing address and it puts that in the middle of
a cow field. Our directions consist of The fork in the road
where it turns to gravel on the right and continues pavement
on the left. Take the right fork (which is actually
straight) and go about 500 yards to another fork, etc...

Re: A Christmas Bride / Christmas Beau (4:56pm November 27, 2012):

This is a fantastic giveaway! I love Christmas romances.

Re: Wolfishly Yours (12:38pm November 23, 2012):

My wish list this year includes new pillows and money. My
pillows are useless.

Re: Untamed (12:37pm November 23, 2012):

I work in retail, so my plans include working the Black Friday
rush. I usually have two jobs that I'm working at, so I'll
open at one and close at the other.

Re: Rogue Rider (7:47am November 19, 2012):

I've been waiting for the last book to come out to start this
series. Once I finished Demonica, I was excited to hear that
the series would be "continued" through the horsemen.

Re: Night Thief (8:11am October 25, 2012):

I love a mixture of genres (i.e. Historical Paranormals)! It
makes things more interesting.

Re: Rev It Up (8:47am October 19, 2012):

I like books that break rules...as long as I'm prepared for
it. Rules are made to be broken, after all.

Re: Miss Lavigne's Little White Lie (7:55am October 18, 2012):

First impressions are just that...FIRST impressions. You will
never know everything there is to know about someone the first
time you meet them. Some people seem shy and quiet but then
turn out to be outrageously funny. Others seem rude and mean,
but are just afraid.

Re: Return Of The Border Warrior (7:55am October 17, 2012):

I'll go with music as well...David Arkenstone! He is amazing
and I use his music when choreographing. I especially love
his Myths and Legends Special CD (with bonus CD and DVD) and
Atlantis: A Symphonic Journey.

Re: Tall, Dark, and Divine (12:55pm October 15, 2012):

This sounds so interesting! I love mythology of all kinds, especially Greek.

Re: Shattered Silence (8:19am October 14, 2012):

I'm terribly excited for this next book! I can't wait to see
how it all turns out.

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (8:39am September 28, 2012):

I know absolutely nothing about faro, but I do love a smart hero! I like reading about a hero and heroine who are evenly matched.

Re: Renegade (8:00am September 27, 2012):

I have the bad tendency to keep all of my books. I want the
option to re-read them sometime in the future.

Re: Boyfriend From Hell (7:11am September 24, 2012):

I like the sound of this. Creativity can be sparked from the
most random things.

Re: Charming Blue (8:08am September 21, 2012):

Everyone has different tastes. It is impossible to please
everyone, so be true to the story you see.

Re: The Curse (7:44am September 16, 2012):

I have ebooks, but I don't have an actual e-reader yet.
Because of this I cannot read many ebooks unless I want to
sit at my computer all day. I want an e-reader, though, and
I love this idea!

AquarianDancer at gmail dot com

Re: When You Give A Duke A Diamond (6:04pm September 8, 2012):

Who cares about suitable? "Fallen" men and women are more
interesting! They spice up your life. :-D

Karin
AquarianDancer at gmail.com

Re: Magic Gone Wild (7:18am August 31, 2012):

This sounds really interesting. You are a new-to-me author
and I'd love to try out your books!

Karin

Re: Deep Blue (8:37am August 14, 2012):

I've always wanted to go on a cruise! The closest I've been
was a wedding on a boat in the Baltimore Harbor. But if I
could choose, I'd love to go on a Mediterranean cruise.

AquarianDancer at gmail dot com

Re: The Last Victim (4:46pm August 6, 2012):

Haha. We appreciate your blinders, seeing as you always
deliver fantastic books!

Karin
AquarianDancer at gmail dot com

Re: Kiss Of The Goblin Prince (9:39am May 12, 2012):

This sounds fantastic! I have read the prequel to this, but
haven't gotten around to the book itself.

Re: Demon's Bride (9:07pm May 2, 2012):

I like commoner heroes because they are the ones I can relate
to the best. While privileges of the higher classes are
great, it is nice to see someone rise above their birth. It
gives us all hope that we can do the same.

Re: Enraptured (9:25am April 26, 2012):

I have always loved Jafar from Aladdin or Ursula from The
Little Mermaid. I know they're Disney, but they were the ones
I grew up with.

Re: Illicit Intuitions (9:58am April 10, 2012):

Personally, I try to stay away from any more addictive
social networking sites. I am stuck on Facebook and use
Twitter occasionally, but I just don't need another time-
sucking interest. However, if I did try it I am sure I'd be
totally stuck.

Karin

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