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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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162 comments posted.

Re: The Wicked Wallflower (1:08pm October 25, 2013):

Yes, I did but I also had crushes on guys who knew I existed on some level but just didn't really acknowledge me in that way. Your book cover looks great. Thanks for the giveaway!

Re: My Lady Quicksilver (9:30pm October 4, 2013):

I am sure I have but I can not remember any off the top of my head at the moment.

Re: The Outcast Prince (3:40pm July 26, 2013):

I love reading Paranormal Romances!
Congratulations on the new book and thanks for the great giveaway!

Re: Wildcat (2:05am February 13, 2013):

I have no idea what I would say but thanks for sharing this with us here as well as for the giveaway. Congratulations on your new release!

Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (1:45pm February 7, 2013):

Thanks for the giveaway! This sounds like a great book, I love horses and Historical romances.

Re: Once Again A Bride (1:43pm February 7, 2013):

Thanks for the giveaway! I don't think there is much around my house like that although I do have some paintings around the house that a family friend painted that are really nice.

Re: Cupid?s Shaft (1:28pm January 25, 2013):

Once Upon a Wedding
I haven't read any of your books before but I plan to. Have a great day and thank you for the giveaway!

Re: Real Men Don\'t Break Hearts (6:12pm January 23, 2013):

Thanks for the giveaway! This book sounds like it will be a lot of fun to read & I am looking forward to it.

Re: Falling for her Fiance (6:10pm January 23, 2013):

Your and I loved reading your recipe for the perfect guy, sounds good to me.

Re: The Wicked Wedding Of Miss Ellie Vyne (12:37pm January 18, 2013):

This sounds like a great book that I look forward to reading.

Re: Finding Home (9:24am January 14, 2013):

Happy New Year & thanks for the giveaway!The excerpt was fun to read and this sounds like a fun book to read.

Re: Waking Up With A Rake (2:51pm January 10, 2013):

Thanks for the Giveaway & Happy New Year! I really like historical romances & this sounds like a fun & interesting book that I am adding to my TBR list.

Re: South Of Surrender (2:43am January 9, 2013):

Happy New Year and thanks for the giveaway! I think South Of Surrender sounds like an interesting book that I am adding to my TBR list.

Re: The Missing Manuscript Of Jane Austen (5:15pm January 6, 2013):

Thanks for sharing this and the chance to win your new book. I look forward to reading it.

Re: For The Love Of A Goblin Warrior (2:00pm January 3, 2013):

Happy New Year & thanks for the giveaway! This sounds like a really interesting book & I am adding it to my TBR list.

Re: A Little Bit Wicked (12:53pm December 29, 2012):

I don't really have any particular goals or resolutions for the New Year. Thanks for the giveaway & Happy Holidays!

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (3:23pm December 26, 2012):

Every year we get together at my older brothers house for breakfast Christmas morning and then we exchange gifts.

Re: Renegade (8:18pm December 24, 2012):

Snow is a romantic comedy where one of Santa's reindeer wonders off the week before Christmas and then winds up in a zoo and the new Santa (Tom Cavanagh)has to come and get it but while trying to get his reindeer back he meets a woman and falls in love.

Re: Renegade (7:28pm December 24, 2012):

Hi again, another great holiday movie that I try to watch every year and am actually watching tonight is called "Snow" and has Tom Cavanagh in it. Its really cute. It also has a sequel called "Snow 2: Brain Freeze" but the sequel isn't as good as the original in my opinion.

Re: Renegade (1:03pm December 24, 2012):

I have several movies that I watch every Christmas including: The Santa Clause, I'll be Home by Christmas, & The Holiday, as well as several others. Merry Christmas!

Re: Deliver Me From Temptation (1:11pm December 21, 2012):

Thanks for sharing & the contest, this book sounds really good. Happy Holidays!

Re: Waltz With A Stranger (2:02am December 21, 2012):

The Bennet Family from Pride & Prejudice because they are all so different but they are also so close.

Re: Captive Of The Border Lord (1:40pm December 20, 2012):

My mom has lots of stories she shares about herself, other members of the family, or previous pets she used to have. She has had lots of strange animals including a coyote, a raccoon, a domestic skunk, a lama, several different cats, and many others. My dad used to have a stable and one of his horses was named Hercules and it took the hose she was using to fill his water bucket away from her and hosed her down.

Re: Love Thy Sister (3:57pm December 12, 2012):

Thanks for sharing with us as well as for the giveaway!
Happy Holidays!

Re: Jane's Gift (3:07am December 8, 2012):

Your book sounds really good. Another book I plan on trying to read this season is "A Darcy Christmas". Happy Holidays!

Re: The Bridegroom Wore Plaid (12:31pm December 7, 2012):

Thanks for sharing, that research was really interesting. Happy Holidays!

Re: Christmas Confidential (6:29pm November 28, 2012):

Every Christmas my sister-in-law makes breakfast & after we eat we all open gifts.

Re: A Christmas Bride / Christmas Beau (3:28pm November 27, 2012):

Thabks for the giveaway, these books sound fun! Happy Holidays!

Re: Untamed (5:53pm November 23, 2012):

Every year my mom & I go out black friday shopping and start figuring out and organizing all our stuff to see what we have for who and what we still need to get.

Re: Wolfishly Yours (5:43pm November 23, 2012):

Happy Black Friday to you as well. I would love to read this book but the item at the top of my list is a portable DVD Player, which was on sale today for $35. My mom & I go Black Friday shopping together every year and today we were out for about 5 hours. We have a decent amount of our shopping done but not all. My sister-in-law also has this cute tradition were every year she has this turkey that we all put Christmas wish lists in.

Re: How To Tame A Willful Wife (1:53pm November 16, 2012):

I think love is a wonderful thing & your list was really fun to read. I am looking forward to reading this book.

Re: Enslaved (3:49pm November 9, 2012):

Somewhat damaged (usually emotionally) but not too damaged with an author who can really bring him to life. It is also important for the reader to understand the hero's past.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (4:19pm November 8, 2012):

She has a Tinker Bell robe, I love Tinker Bell & have seen all the movies so far. I celebrate both Christmas & Hanukkah and love getting together with my family & exchanging gifts with one another.

Re: The Warrior (2:17pm November 1, 2012):

Yes, I love old castles! There is something about them that is so magical.

Re: Lady Louisa's Christmas Knight (3:27pm October 26, 2012):

I love all the emotions surrounding the holidays as well as seeing the different holiday traditions.

Re: Mistletoe Cowboy (3:25pm October 26, 2012):

When I read a good book I am transported into its world so in a way yes the characters do become real to me & I love hearing about them later & finding out how they are doing. I am torn about how I feel about a series ending. In some ways I do hate to see a series end because that usually means that I will not be able to learn any more about what happens to them and there will not be anymore stories about them but at the same time I really want to know how the story ends so I look forward to reading the end of the series.

Re: Abigail And Mistletoe (1:38pm October 22, 2012):

This sounds like a great book!

Re: Miss Lavigne's Little White Lie (2:14pm October 18, 2012):

I think I tend to go by first impressions but I know that first impressions are not always right so I can change my mind about someone as I get to know them better.

Re: Return Of The Border Warrior (9:18am October 17, 2012):

Yes, I enjoy Japanese Drama's Drama's, Harry Potter,Austenesque Novels, & Historical Romances. Your book sounds rally good & the cover looks great.

Re: Tall, Dark, and Divine (2:26pm October 15, 2012):

I love reading books that incorporate Mythology & this book sounds really interesting. Thanks for the giveaway!

Re: Run The Risk (9:58pm October 11, 2012):

I know I have read several books involving hero's doing something "dishonorable" however the only one I can think of at the moment is Archer from the Hex Hall series by Rachel Hawkins or Karvonen from "The Raven Ring" by Patricia C Wrede.

Re: In The Barrister's Bed (1:18pm October 9, 2012):

Sure lawyers can be sexy. I am not sure I have a particular favorite romance hero although regency period romances are among my favorites so I have read several with gentleman & lords. A Barrister sounds like an interesting change of pace that I look forward to reading about.

Re: Dark Light Of Day (10:53pm October 2, 2012):

Here are a few more magical characters I really like:
Sophie Mercer (Hex Hall Series By, Rachel Hawkins) - Part Witch / Part Demon
Archer Cross (Hex Hall Series By, Rachel Hawkins) - Warlock
Mala (Northern Shifters #4 By, Jorrie Spencer ) - Dream Wraith
Angus MacIntyre (Northern Shifters #4 By, Jorrie Spencer) - Alpha Werewolf
Eff (Frontier Magic Trilogy By, Patricia C. Wrede) - 13th child with magical abilities
Mendanbar (Enchanted Forest Chronicles By, Patricia C. Wrede) - King of Enchanted Forest with magical abilities

Re: Dark Light Of Day (8:59pm October 2, 2012):

There are lots of characters that I like with special abilities. A few of them are:
Beau Russell (Beauty Dates the Beast By, Jessica Sims) - Cougar Shifter
Puck ("The Sisters Grimm" By, Michael Buckley) - Fairy

Re: Construction Beauty Queen (6:13pm September 30, 2012):

I would love to live in a really small town like the ones I sometimes read about in books or see on t.v. This sounds like an interesting book that I plan to read. Thanks for the giveaway & I hope you have a great day.

Re: Until My Soul Gets It Right (6:09pm September 30, 2012):

I don't belong to a book club but I do discuss & sometimes share books with my mom & every once in awhile me & my sister-in-law will share books.

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (2:15pm September 29, 2012):

This book looks really interesting & I look forward to reading it & learning about faro in the process.

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (2:14am September 28, 2012):

I love Regency Romances! Smart hero's are really cool & interesting. I do not know anything about faro. Thanks for the giveaway and I hope you have a great day.

Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess (1:57pm September 25, 2012):

I agree that it is about the people there that makes a place feel like home. For me it is my family that makes a place feel like home.

Re: Boyfriend From Hell (12:21pm September 24, 2012):

Thanks for sharing, I really liked your comment about getting inspiration from coffee or cornfields. This sounds like a really interesting book that I look forward to reading more about. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity & I hope you have a great day.

Re: Seduction's Shift (1:31pm September 23, 2012):

This looks like an interesting book. The first paranormal romance I read involved feline shifters & I usually lean towards other books about feline shifters because I usually enjoy them. I have never read about panther shifters in particular but I am ready to give them a try. I look forward to reading your book. Thanks for the giveaway & have a great day.

Re: Charming Blue (1:36pm September 21, 2012):

I agree about the cover looking really cool as well as the fact that it is always interesting to see all the different ways a fairy tale can be retold. I have read at least 3 versions of Beauty & the Beat and 2 variations of many others as well as stories with multiple tales in a single book & t.v shows/movies.

Re: Charming Blue (1:45am September 21, 2012):

I love reading books connected to fairy tales & Charming Blue sounds like a really fun book! I also think that your idea for a Rapunzel book sounds really interesting. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity & I hope you have a great day.

Re: Resurrection Express (2:19pm September 19, 2012):

That sounds really cool! Its always a good thing no matter what profession you go in to when you are able to listen to other peoples advise and then apply it.

Re: Deadly Little Lies (4:58pm September 18, 2012):

I am also a fan of George MacDonald. When I was little I loved the movie "The Princess and the Goblin" and then when I was older I read the book as well as the sequel "The Princess and Curdie". After that I read a few more of his books but "The Princess and the Goblin" will always be my favorite of his books.

Re: Deadly Little Lies (3:26pm September 18, 2012):

Patricia Wrede has written a lot of books that I love. I just finished the last book from her Frontier Magic Series & I really enjoyed it. I agree & hope she starts another series soon.

Re: Deadly Little Lies (1:36pm September 18, 2012):

I have read a lot of books that I have enjoyed a lot but I think my favorite books would be "The Raven Ring" By, Patricia C. Wrede, "Pride and Prejudice" By, Jane Austen, "Beauty Dates the Beast" By, Jessica Sims, & the Harry Potter Series By, J.K Rowling. I did have a few books I had to read for school that I didn't like but I don't remember them well and overall I think I enjoyed most of them.

Re: The Curse (1:26am September 16, 2012):

I got a Kobo e-reader for my birthday about a year ago but I rarely use it. I read mostly print books, I like being able to hold the book & turn the pages. I do not have a keeper case but it sounds like a great idea. I had wondered what people were doing about getting author signatures when they get the book as an e-book. Have a great day.

Re: A Lady And Her Magic (10:43pm September 14, 2012):

My first crush was when I was in Elementary school on one of my friends but that was when I was in the 3rd/4th grade and nothing serious. We played together at recess.

Re: A Lady And Her Magic (8:22pm September 14, 2012):

I had a Belle PVC when I was little that I used to carry with me everywhere. I also got a TY Beanie Baby when I was little named Hoppity that was in a basket that was mysteriously left on the porch when I was little. As for a person I have not anyone that has made me feel the way you described.

Re: Temptation In A Kilt (1:57pm September 8, 2012):

This looks like a great book and I look forward to reading it. I hope you have a great day.

Re: When You Give A Duke A Diamond (1:55pm September 8, 2012):

I don't really have a particular type of heroine that I don't enjoy reading about. I guess if I had to pick I would say a heroine who complains about things but doesn't do anything to change the things she wants changed but this type of character is never really the heroine in any of my books.

Re: Magic Gone Wild (5:08pm August 31, 2012):

This sounds like a really interesting book! I have not read any Genie books yet but I enjoy reading paranormal romances. I am looking forward to reading this book.

Re: Fool For Love (5:41pm August 29, 2012):

This sounds like a really interesting series! Thanks for the chance to win a copy. Have a great day.

Re: Immortally Yours (3:30am August 27, 2012):

Use Your Inside Voices: Tips From A Banshee Babysitter

This was a cute headline & story that really caught my attention.

Re: In the Line of Duty (1:40pm August 26, 2012):

I enjoy books with alpha male but I also think its cool when the heroine of a book is strong & has enough self confidence to be herself. This looks like a really good book.

Re: Blame It On Texas (1:33pm August 26, 2012):

I loved your grandmothers quote! Laughter is very important & I feel it is important for books to have at least some humor throughout them.

Re: Relentless Pursuit (4:14pm August 20, 2012):

I also really liked Beau Russell (Beauty Dates the Beast By, Jessica Sims), Violet & Richard (Violet Eyes By, Debbie Viguié), & Marsfield & Preston (Masquerade Trilogy By, Laurie Brown). I read a lot & have discovered many characters that I love.

Re: Relentless Pursuit (12:51pm August 20, 2012):

I also forgot to mention Daniel (A Night Like This (Smythe-Smith Quartet #2) By, Julia Quinn) I read this one a bit more recently but I still have many more characters that I love.

Re: Relentless Pursuit (12:48pm August 20, 2012):

Puck ("The Sisters Grimm" By, Michael Buckley), Cimorene (Enchanted Forest Chronicles By, Patricia C. Wrede), & Karvonen ("The Raven Ring" By, Patricia C. Wrede) are a few of my favorite character but definitely not all of them.

Re: Primal Possession (7:51pm August 15, 2012):

I agree about it depending on the mood you are in. My preference in genre and characters can definitely vary as well as the amount I read from day to day.

Re: Deep Blue (11:25pm August 14, 2012):

I've never been on a cruise before but I would like to imagine it's fun.

Re: Sweet Deception (7:36pm August 13, 2012):

I tend to be disorganized most of the time but when I do decide to organize something I can be stubborn about how it is done. I also can be stubborn about not taking any food into certain areas of the house. I hope you have a great day.

Re: Seducing Cinderella (1:07am August 12, 2012):

This sounds like a really interesting book and I liked what you said about letting the characters "do what comes naturally to them". That makes me want to read this even more. Have a great day.

Re: Hell On Wheels (12:45pm August 10, 2012):

This sounds like a great book! I hope you have a great day & thanks for the giveaway.

Re: Hearts Of Darkness (2:13pm August 9, 2012):

This book sounds really interesting! I look forward to reading it.

Re: West of Want (1:45pm August 8, 2012):

It's hard to choose just one of the descriptions but I think if I have to choose I will go with possessive although they were all good. Thanks for the giveaway, this sunds like a very interesting book. My e-mail is crystal_dark@att.net.

Re: Married By Midnight (1:11am August 3, 2012):

Sometimes I wait but usually I start a series before it is finished. Sometimes when I do this it is because I do not realize it is part of a series before I start it but that is not always the case. Sometimes I start when a series has several but not all the books out and then I am disappointed when I catch up to the current book and have to wait for the next one. I hope you have a great day and thanks for the giveaway.

Re: The Secret Mistress (2:03am July 31, 2012):

I like both alpha and beta heroes. The most important thing is the relationship and compatibility between the hero and the heroine.

Re: Wicked At Heart (8:38pm July 28, 2012):

This sounds like a really interesting book!

Re: Rosi's Time (3:58pm July 26, 2012):

Your books sound really interesting and I plan on checking some of them out. I belong to goodreads and personally I always try to rate all the books I read even if I do not always review them. I hope you have a great day and good luck with your new book.

Re: Creating Fate (2:27pm July 23, 2012):

I recently graduated from college and I relied on my gut to help me out when taking tests in school whenever I was unsure about the answers. This is all that comes to mind at the moment although I know there are other instances I have relied on my gut.

Re: Scotsmen Prefer Blondes (12:33pm July 21, 2012):

I enjoy reading regency romances for the story and how society affects the various relationships between people. It is interesting to read about different time periods and see how things worked then.

Re: The Officer Says I DO (11:04pm July 19, 2012):

There were some great acronym's above. The only one I can think of at the moment is one my mom used to use occasionally MLW which means Miss Last Word.

Re: Luscious (10:59pm July 19, 2012):

My favorite part is watching how the relationships between characters develop.

Re: Four Sisters, All Queens (1:21am July 14, 2012):

I think they all sound like amazing women who had the courage to do what they felt needed to be done.

Re: Jesse (5:45pm July 13, 2012):

This sounds like a really good book and I am looking forward to reading it.

Re: Lord Of Fire And Ice (12:36pm July 5, 2012):

This books sounds really interesting and I plan on reading it. I enjoy historical romances and am currently in the middle of a historical romance series.

Re: It Begins with a Kiss (12:13pm July 3, 2012):

These books all sound very interesting and I plan on looking for some of them.

Re: The Princess and the Outlaw (1:16am July 1, 2012):

I use books to escape into other worlds that are filled with magic, romance, and adventure.

Re: Wicked Nights (3:51pm June 29, 2012):

Karvonen Aurelico from The Raven Ring by, Patricia C Wrede. He was an honorable thief with a great personality.

Re: Lady Amelia's Mess And A Half (7:46pm June 28, 2012):

The only one that really comes to mind at the moment is "Hundreds of Years to Reform A Rake" By, Laurie Brown and it did have a happy ending.

Re: Invitation To Scandal (8:44pm June 26, 2012):

This is a really tough question to answer. I guess I am going to follow the lead of others and say me but with more confidence energy.

Re: The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine (1:04pm June 22, 2012):

My favorite type of Historical Romance are Regency Period and sometimes I enjoy when the heroine is concealing her true identity and hiding her past. This sounds like a really good book and I am looking forward to reading it.

Re: Honorable Rancher (11:52am June 20, 2012):

I was intimidated by bigger books when I was younger but then I found one that really sparked my interest and after that I became a better reader and started to read all the time (not that I did not read a lot before that, I had just only read smaller chapter books that were slightly below my grade level.)

Re: The Casanova Code (2:25pm June 18, 2012):

Smart, fun, and with a sense of humour and who enjoys reading.

Re: Grill Me, Baby (1:44pm June 16, 2012):

Watermelon baskets or chocolate covered strawberries because I helped my mom make them for holidays and birthdays.

Re: Cursed (7:59pm June 13, 2012):

This sounds like a really interesting book and the cover looks really cool. I am looking forward to reading it. Have a great day.

Re: Joy Ride (3:27am June 10, 2012):

I agree that books are very important and a great way to escape to other worlds or places. This book sounds really interesting and I am looking forward to reading it. Have a great day.

Re: About Last Night (5:25pm June 9, 2012):

This book sounds really good and I am looking forward to reading it.

Re: Chase Me (1:47pm June 7, 2012):

I am not really familiar with any of the heroes you listed above but one of my favorites is Beau Russell from Beauty Dates the Beast.

Re: Copycat Killing (7:13pm June 6, 2012):

I get crushes from time to time on the characters in my books or on t.v. An example from t.v would be Richard Castle from the show Castle. I am looking forward to reading this book.

Re: Her Highness, The Traitor (11:56am June 1, 2012):

This sounds like an interesting book and I look forward to reading it. Have a great day.

Re: Seeker Of Shadows (1:43pm May 30, 2012):

This sounds like a really interesting book and I look forward to reading it. I hope you have a great day.

Re: The Rebel Rancher (4:55pm May 26, 2012):

This sounds like a great book & the cover looks looks great too,I am looking forward to reading it. I hope you have a great day.

Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (1:14pm May 25, 2012):

This sounds like an interesting book. I rally enjoy historical romances so I am looking forward to reading it. I hope you have a great day.

Re: Where There's Smoke (1:11pm May 25, 2012):

This sounds like an intersting book and I look forward to radng it. I hope you have a great day.

Re: The Taming Of A Scottish Princess (9:23pm May 23, 2012):

Both "The Sexy Nerd Hero" & "The Gentle Seducer Hero" appeal to me the most but sometimes the "Physical Warrior Hero" is good too so I guess it all depends on what kind of story I want to read at the moment.

Re: The Courtesan's Lover (6:18pm May 17, 2012):

This sounds like an interesting story. The book cover also looks really good. Hope you have a great day!

Re: Night Walker (8:13pm May 16, 2012):

I love listening to guys with accents. There is just something about them that is so appealing.

Re: A Wild Night's Bride (11:34pm May 15, 2012):

This sounds like an interesting book and it has a great cover! I look forward to reading it and hope you have a great day/night.

Re: Kiss Of The Goblin Prince (10:12am May 12, 2012):

This sounds like a really interesting book and I am looking forward to reading it later. Thanks for the chance to win it. I hope you have a great day!

Re: Under Fire (11:14am May 11, 2012):

I would have to say my mom is my behind the scenes special person in my life.

Re: Pretty Amy (3:33am May 10, 2012):

This sounds like a really interesting book and the cover looks great. I hope you have a great day.

Re: Karma (11:28am May 8, 2012):

I like a light & fun story but sometimes I also like a touch of darkness as well but there has to be some fun in the story as well.

Re: Royal Street (10:32am May 6, 2012):

This book sounds really interesting and pirates can always add an element of adventure to a story. I am not sure if I would date an undead pirate or not, I think it would depend but as long as they don't look like a zombie I don't think it would be much of a problem. I hope you have a great day.

Re: The Proposal (6:15am May 4, 2012):

I love reading about love and romance so I am looking forward to reading this book.

Re: Tempting the Best Man (6:01am May 4, 2012):

You made some interesting points in your blog and I am looking forward to reading your book. I hope you have a great day.

Re: Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal (5:58am May 4, 2012):

I cannot think of any situations that I have had where every option came at too high a cost. I do not do much other than read to escape into other worlds and see new perspectives.

Re: Demon's Bride (6:01am May 2, 2012):

Yes, I like commoner hero's but I also like other types of hero's. The most important thing is his personality and the way he acts. A hero must have a strong personality and be will to fight for what is important to him as well as be able to defend the heroine if needed.

Re: Under His Protection (11:46am April 29, 2012):

I think that a hero needs to have a strong personality in order to really be a good hero in the book. If his personality isn't strong enough he could be overshadowed by other characters.

Re: Untouched (3:48pm April 28, 2012):

I feel music can definitely have an impact on our emotions. Sometimes certain songs will automatically make you think of a movie that you heard it in or something that was going on when you were listening to a song. One song that I really love is "Outside Looking In" by, Jordan Pruitt. Another song that I love is "Soaring" from Kiki's Delivery Service. Hope you have a great day.

Re: Enraptured (6:09am April 26, 2012):

A good villain is an important part to a story because it helps to create conflicts and move a story along. I can not really think of any villain in particular who I can claim to be my favorite. The closest I can think of is Draco Malfoy who played a bully in Harry Potter but by the end of the series he showed potential for changing and it seemed his heart was no longer in being a villain.

Re: A Lady's Revenge (6:03am April 26, 2012):

Another factor that can determine whether or not I cheer the heroine on is who she is seeking vengeance against and whether or not their actions were intentional and understandable. Sometimes the target the heroine is seeking revenge against must change because the person they thought was responsible was really another victim. I hope you have a great day and I am looking forward to reading your book in the future.

Re: Somebody To Love (6:05am April 24, 2012):

The closest thing to starting over that I can think of that I have ever done is when I started college because I was new there and did not know anyone but I was at least still in the same area I grew up in and outside of school nothing had really changed so it did not really seam like a big change.

Re: A Lady's Revenge (4:30pm April 23, 2012):

Whether I cheer on a vengeful heroine depends on the situation and the methods that are being used. If she has been really wronged and she is using justifiable methods then yeah I'll cheer her on, but if she is being too vicious or cruel about how she deals with it then she has become just as bad as those she is seeking vengeance against and a cycle of revenge could wind up being started with no one ever really getting even.

Re: Blackmailed by the Italian Billionaire (9:38am April 22, 2012):

I think that we might start to see more romances where women have more power, they are stronger, or maybe just more stubborn, but whatever form they take they will be more modern, and independent and not as reliant on being rescued.

Re: No Dress Required (1:41pm April 21, 2012):

I love both series and stand alone books. Some stand alone books are a lot of fun but sometimes it can be disappointing that there is not anything more to the story once you reach the end and it is sad to know you wont get to learn any more about the characters. At the same time sometimes you don't want to wait to find out what happens next in a series and the wait between books can be annoying so with standalone books at least you know how things end and there is no waiting for the next book. Both types are great and have advantages and disadvantages depending on what you are in the mood for.

Re: Untouched (4:37pm April 20, 2012):

For me it would be #3, #6, and #10 because I would love to be able to travel to wherever I want without worrying about expenses and not having to deal with worrying about forgetting something or carrying too much sounds great. I think #10 sounds great because honestly who does not want a soul mate they can always count on and who is there for you 100%.

Re: The Zen Man (8:40pm April 17, 2012):

I personally love Richard Castle (Nathon Fillion) from the ABC TV series Castle. His character is a lot of fun and has a great personality.

Re: The Fallen Woman of Vil?gos (6:03am April 16, 2012):

This sounds like a great book and I am looking forward to reading it. I do not recall having ever actually had déjà vu however I have had a dream where I felt like I was having déjà vu. It was really strange and when I woke up from it I could still feel it and the dream stuck with me. I hope you have a great day.

Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (5:03pm April 12, 2012):

I don't tell many secrets that I would really care about getting out because when I was a kid I remember people getting me to tell them things and then they would tell the rest of the class. Luckily I have not done much that I feel I need to keep secret and any secrets I have that I need to share I have some people I can trust and confide in that won't try to make me do something to keep it secret.

Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (1:59am April 12, 2012):

I cant think of anything in particular that I have done so someone would keep a secret of mine but that could just mean that I have either blocked the memory or have forgotten about it since I don't have the best of memories sometimes.

Re: One Hot Cowboy Wedding (11:01am April 8, 2012):

I think it is all of the above! This sounds like a great book and the cover makes it look fun. I hope you have a great day!

Re: Lessons After Dark (1:44pm April 6, 2012):

This book looks really interesting and I love the cover!

Re: Woodrose Mountain (5:57am April 5, 2012):

This books really good and I know what you mean about finding characters who have had to overcome difficulties and obstacles to be stronger, interesting, and more complex than other characters sometimes are.

Re: Wedded In Scandal (6:02am April 3, 2012):

This book sounds like fun and the cover looks really good! I agree with you that the hero's in books are extremely important to how good the book is. A story can have a great plot and heroine but if the hero is not right it can really mess up the story and make it less enjoyable than it could have been (although the same can be said about the heroine of a story). I am looking forward to your book and hope you have a great day.

Re: The Chase (4:04pm March 28, 2012):

Castle is one of my FAVORITE shows! I love it and when I was reading the description for this book it actually made me think of Castle. One of the things I love most about the show "Castle" is Castle's personality as well as the relationship between him and Beckett as well as the friendship between Ryan & Esposito and the way they all work together and have bonded.

Re: Sticks and Stones (10:55am March 23, 2012):

I might consider writing a book with my mom because she has tons of great stories about things that have happened in our family and to her as well as the fact that we are great at spinning stories together for our own amusement.

Re: A Seal In Wolf's Clothing (7:13am March 16, 2012):

I imagined an intriguing Paranormal Romance with a sexy Werewolf. I think your book sounds really fun and I am looking forward to reading it.

Re: The Needle In The Blood (7:06am March 16, 2012):

I think the concept of weaving hidden messages in tapestries is really interesting. I read another book called "Violet Eyes" that had a secret hidden in a tapestry about the Kingdoms Princess surviving an attack and I thought it was really interesting then.

Re: Hellsbane (5:08pm March 15, 2012):

I usually like to turn some kind of music on while I am playing games on the computer or while I am typing something but I don't if I am going to be reading anything because then I usually completely tune it out or get distracted. I don't usually read books with background noise. I do like to try to listen to some music everyday though.

Re: Against The Night (6:04am March 9, 2012):

I thought Gone With the Wind was really good as well but personally I love the 1995 version of Pride and Prejudice with Colin Firth playing as Mr. Darcy.

Re: Texas Pride (3:42pm March 8, 2012):

Reading romance books can be very entertaining and interesting as well as potentially make you stop and think about things more closely. Reading romance novels can also incorporate romance into the lives of those of us who are not involved in a relationship at the moment.

Re: Fever (5:23pm March 7, 2012):

"I put it somewhere safe" in my house typically translates into it is lost and so safe it is even safe from me. Have a great day.

Re: Sweet Enemy (6:16pm March 6, 2012):

I enjoy watching how the relationship develops and seeing when the characters acknowledge their feelings as well as when they finally get together.

Re: Dire Needs (10:18pm March 5, 2012):

I do like some stand-alones as well but they don't always give you as much story and plot as well as character development as you tend to get when you read a series of books.

Re: Dire Needs (5:55am March 5, 2012):

This sounds like a Great book! I agree with you that I like to read series but that I also complain about not wanting to wait for the next book to be release to find out what happens next. I hope you have a great day.

Re: The Rodeo Man's Daughter (5:55am March 1, 2012):

This looks like a fun book. The characters all sound really interesting.

Re: A Sliver Of Shadow (4:42pm February 29, 2012):

I believe that sometimes people can have instant connections and in some cases perhaps instant love. Instant love is not common and still needs to be nurtured and develop through getting to know each other better but I believe that it exists to a certain degree.

Re: Miss Hillary Schools a Scoundrel (4:12pm February 28, 2012):

Schools have changed in many ways over the last 200 years. One way is that education is available to everyone and that it is broken up into groups/different grades instead of everyone at the same time. Another way education has changed is in the way students are disciplined. Test scores and standards are also being emphasized a lot more.

Re: Donovan's Bed (2:28pm February 26, 2012):

This sounds like a great book! The characters sound interesting and like the relationship between them will be a lot of fun to read about.

Re: The Rogue Pirate's Bride (5:50am February 24, 2012):

I read romance because I love reading about the relationships of the characters, watching how it develops, and then seeing how they reach their happy ending.

Re: The Risque Target (5:07pm February 23, 2012):

Full of confidence and charm as well as a sense of humour. He keeps his inner nature to himself as a self defense so no one can hurt him but he is loyal and protective of those he cares for and trusts.

Re: King of Darkness (5:45am February 22, 2012):

Paranormal Romance is a very interesting genre because it alows us to explore new realms and use our imaginations.

Re: The Legacy Of Eden (9:15pm February 20, 2012):

I believe that the imagination is a very powerful thing that can allow us to explore new places all over the world as well as learn and experience things from other times. The imagination also allows us to travel through other worlds or places that do not really exist.

Re: The Widow's Revenge (1:06pm February 18, 2012):

I agree that the word nuggets can be used to refer to many things. When I hear the word "nuggets" my first thought is of chicken nuggets. My second thought is of small nuggets of gold. Your book sounds really interesting.

Re: A Scandalous Countess (4:27pm February 16, 2012):

I personally am a big fan of Regency novels and especially enjoy books that are based on Jane Austen's books. I don't think I have read any Georgian period novels.

Re: Kismet (10:47am February 15, 2012):

I am not sure if this counts but I suppose I might be able to say that going to "Harry Potter World" was one occasion were I experienced "word fail". I can describe some of the things I saw but it was an amazing place for me to go since I am a huge Harry Potter fan. Another place I experienced "word fail" would probably be the Grand Canyon.

Re: Stud (5:56am February 8, 2012):

Movies are never really as good as the books but some do manage to get some aspect of the book across well. The Harry Potter series was a pretty good adaption, especially the first two movies.

Re: The Lord Of Illusion (11:30pm February 3, 2012):

If I had to pick I think I would like either "the ability to heal (non-lethal wounds or ailments), or soothe mental stress" or "the ability to make plants flourish, or calm a beast" also would be kind of interesting to have.

Re: Alpha Instinct (5:57am February 2, 2012):

Paranormal romance is a great genre for many reasons but I think the main reason I enjoy it is because of the fact that it allows its readers to escape from reality into a world filled with unique and interesting characters that we would not normally find in our daily lives.

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