Bisexual, spiritual via
vegetarian trying to go vegan bits at
time, animal rights/welfare person,
photographer, 7 indoor fur babies
(cats), veggie/flower/fruit gardener,
militant recycler, militant anti-
non-drinker, non-druggie, open-minded,
extremely liberal, genderist, etc.
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65 comments posted.
Re: No Heartbreaker Required (9:56am June 17):
"Most importantly, he brings me wine without my asking.
*swoon*" hahahaha! That is too funny!
Re: Death Blow (1:52pm April 10, 2019):
I love crime/mystery/detective books, def sounds like a good
fit to me! Thanks for the chance to win, too!
Re: Let Me Love You (11:25am March 4, 2019):
I am brand new to your work and can't wait to see if my
local library carries it! Thanks so much for the giveaway,
Re: A Family Under the Christmas Tree (12:13pm November 4, 2016):
my fav holiday food memory is making home made sugar
cookies with my mom. we would roll out the dough and use
the metal cookie cutters that only came out once a year and
even made our own homemade icing. I miss those cookies and
those time so much.
Re: Soul Deep (11:23am February 4, 2013):
As someone who married her best friend, I can totally relate! Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: The Billionaire's Baby SOS (1:14pm February 1, 2013):
I am a huge fan of the Sons of Chance series by Vicki Lewis Thompson! I have a very small family in real life (only child of parents who only had one sibling each), so it is fun to read about a big family.
Re: The Autumn Bride (1:20pm January 31, 2013):
I do not belong to any book clubs. I share all my books and write reviews of ones I have read on Goodreads.com though! Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: Deck the Halls With Love (10:32am January 30, 2013):
I read a werewolf series where their is a fairy named Blue that I would love see have his own book!! He has been in all the books of the series and there are hints that one of the docs in the series likes him, but I want to see it flushed out.
Re: Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match (10:54am January 28, 2013):
I met my hubby when I was 16 and in high school in 1989, WAY before the advent of online dating. LOL That said, I am happily married, so have no need for online dating or placing personal ads. If something were to happen to my hubby, I am not sure that I would want to date again, but, if I decided I did, I would have no problem with online dating.
Re: Murder for the Halibut (10:52am January 28, 2013):
I am very insecure about a lot of things, but mostly about being perfect for my hubby. He doesn't pressure me but I put enough pressure on myself for both of us. Its nuts, but no matter how many times he says I make him happy or he likes a meal I make or whatever, I never feel that I am good enough to be with him.
Re: The Officer Breaks The Rules (1:13pm January 24, 2013):
Because I met my hubby in high school and we started out as just friends, I am totally into this theme in a book. I think that you MUST be friends first and foremost to make any relationship work on the next level!
Re: Falling for her Fiance (10:13am January 23, 2013):
trustworthiness and communication are KEY for me to love anyone, be that romantically or friendly!
Re: Real Men Don\'t Break Hearts (10:12am January 23, 2013):
I do not see a question posed for this post for the purpose of entering the giveaway, so I will just say thank you for the chance to win a copy of your book. It sounds like a fun ride!
Re: Finding Home (10:47am January 14, 2013):
My favorite memories almost all stem from time spent with my partner of 23 years. He is such a generous spirit and puts up with all of my broken baggage. One of my best memories is something that happens all the time: when he runs his fingers thru my hair and just looks at me. He doesn't have to say a word for me to feel the love radiating off of him towards myself. It is amazing and I am blessed.
Re: Waking Up With A Rake (11:20am January 10, 2013):
I love the concept of trying to "ruin" someone for money or to make amends to your wounded rep. Very intriguing way to go about it! LOL
Re: South Of Surrender (4:47pm January 9, 2013):
My fav line was this: "It was only with the barest of restraint that he resisted willing her clothing away, turning her to face the wall, and tugging her hips out so he could bury himself deep." I love the concept that he was able to but did not make her clothing disappear!
Re: Untamed (12:26pm November 23, 2012):
For years, my hubby and I took the day off work and just spent it at home decorating for the winter holidays; however, his new job doesn't allow for this. :-( So no traditions for today anymore.
Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (9:44am November 8, 2012):
"ancient tinkerbell robe" as stated on page 4 about 1/2 way down the page! love love love anything to do with Christmas so can't wait to read the whole book! Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: Deadly Little Lies (2:36pm September 18, 2012):
I am one of those people that only read a book once and then I am done with it. I rarely to never buy books because of this. I use the library like a mad woman though! So far as books that have affected my life, none really did when I was a child or teen; however, the book " Who's Pulling Your Strings? How to Break the Cycle of Manipulation and Regain Control of Your Life"
by Harriet B. Braiker truly changed my life and those changes affected my hubby positively and my relationship with my mother immensely!
Re: Magic Gone Wild (10:02am August 31, 2012):
This sounds SO fun! I have never read a genie romance and love the aspect that she is not in control of her powers fully! Lots of fun to be had!
Re: Fool For Love (9:44pm August 29, 2012):
food fun and sexy! what better combo is there? LOL thanks for the chance!
Re: Immortally Yours (9:44am August 27, 2012):
"Sit, Sit, SIT! Tips for Training Your HellHound" is hilarious!!! I also loved the "all natural male fang enhancer" ad! To funny!!!
Re: Bruja Brouhaha (12:24pm August 24, 2012):
This sounds really good and I love the occult angle it deals with! Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: The Big Beach Book (4:55pm August 23, 2012):
The beach is the one place I have found that brings me centered and my inner demons to rest. I love it! Thanks so much for this chance to win!
Re: Relentless Pursuit (9:38am August 20, 2012):
I love the high energy of Christian Grey in Fifty Shades! He is the only one that comes to mind right now. Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: Primal Possession (11:36am August 15, 2012):
I love for the heroine to be strong but not super hero strong...more strong emotionally and afraid to be weak..but having a hero come in and let her know that not only is it OK for her to be weak and that he can be weak sometimes too...
Re: Deep Blue (9:49am August 14, 2012):
I have never been on a cruise ship or even a large boat before. I love tooling around in a pontoon boat on a lake but fear that a cruise ship or large boat in the ocean would be too much for me. I like seeing land and being close enough to land to swim to shore easily. LOL
Re: Seducing Cinderella (10:21pm August 12, 2012):
I love reading about soul mates that find each other accidentally...especially supernaturally like in werewolves!
Re: The Bull Rider's Brother (10:19pm August 12, 2012):
I love that you write what you want and what you are good at no matter that the two genres don't mesh! You go girl!
Re: Wrong Bed, Right Guy (6:05pm August 11, 2012):
congrats on finding a home for your sexy style of writing! and thanks for the chance to win this awesome sounding book!
Re: Hell On Wheels (5:33pm August 10, 2012):
love it! bad boys are the best for sure! we all like a little bad now and then! Sounds great! Thanks for the chance to win one!
Re: Hearts Of Darkness (6:29pm August 9, 2012):
As a poet, I tend to keep only my finished versions of my writing. I have done fiction in the past for college writing courses and kept all of the versions leading up to the final copy on those. Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: West of Want (7:40pm August 8, 2012):
ooooooooooooooo wonderful! I thought it would be passionate as that was AWESOME but then I got down to possessive and yep...that's the fav for sure! hot hot hot!
Re: The Last Victim (11:39pm August 7, 2012):
This book sounds so good and as someone who can speak to spirits herself, I am intrigued with the storyline even more! Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: Goddess in the Middle (10:25am July 28, 2012):
oooo this sounds SOOOO good!!! Thanks for the chance to win a copy!!! I did not see a blog question to answer so hope just the comment is ok!
Re: Deep Autumn Heat (2:47pm July 11, 2012):
over 12 years ago I went vegetarian cold turkey (pardon the meaty cliche LOL) and it was one of the hardest things I had ever done. I was a meat and potatoes gal who was raised on WV country cooking and liked it but my conscious and ethics made keeping that diet up impossible. never regretted it and would never go back to eating animals.
Re: Lord Of Fire And Ice (4:58pm July 5, 2012):
ooo this sounds so good! hope I win! thanks tons for the chance to win!
Re: It Begins with a Kiss (8:18am July 3, 2012):
all of these books sound amazing...even if I don't win, I will def be seeing if my local library carries any of them!
Re: The Princess and the Outlaw (12:09pm July 1, 2012):
I love to go on country drives when the weather is nice and sunny on mornings and just enjoy nature in the EV mode of my Prius. I take my camera and have gotten some really great wild flower and wild animal shots. My most recent magical experience was when driving along a river following road, I looked over and saw this huge nest in a tall sycamore tree. It was amazing and turned out to be a bald eagle nest with the bald eagle sitting it it!!! I am still amazed that I found that!
Re: Wicked Nights (9:56am June 29, 2012):
I am currently lost in the witchy world of Dorcas and Ambrose Lowell by author Vicki Lewis Thompson. I love that they are both slightly past middle-age but not elderly, still very much sexual and passionate, and refuse to "act their age."
Re: The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine (11:00am June 22, 2012):
YES! I love it if the female lead is independent and goes against the grain in historical contexts. A rebel if you will...tomboys and sharp tongued and reading with humor how other "ladies" from the time react.
Re: Her Forbidden Hero (1:14pm June 19, 2012):
YES! If you are going to suspend my disbelief, then everything needs to be based in fact as much as possible, unless going into the novel I know its supposed to be far-fetched.
Re: No Ordinary Sheriff (1:38pm June 17, 2012):
I normally don't like cowboy romance but this one actually has me interested! I hope I win and you sway me over to the cowboy side! LOL Thanks for the chance!
Re: Grill Me, Baby (12:11pm June 16, 2012):
Lasagna is my food of choice here. My mom made the BEST lasagna when I was growing up and she made it for my Bday every year as a kid. To this day, lasagna reminds me of her and the happiness of my childhood bdays!
Re: The Marriage Bargain (12:09pm June 16, 2012):
I must have a happy ending. I have gotten so tired of watching movies that do not end the way I want, that I often look for spoilers BEFORE going to see it just to be sure that I get the ending I want. If not, I don't see it.
Re: Kiale Dream (3:56pm June 12, 2012):
wow! love it! I am really getting into this new genre (new to me anyway) of "angel" beings and romance and this sounds great!!! Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: Life After (12:47pm June 8, 2012):
I don't think I would ever get over the fact that my best friend killed me and then married my fiance...no way
Re: Chosen Ones (12:46pm June 8, 2012):
love the android angle...have always had a thing for robots that look human...LOL...I don't typically read dystopian novels, but then I've never heard of ones that are romance so this is very interesting to me!
Re: Chase Me (11:03am June 7, 2012):
I recently found out that I have a HUGE attraction to werewolf heroes! I thought I was a vamp girl, and I still am, but the hot-blooded weres are started to take me over! LOL
Re: Copycat Killing (9:40am June 6, 2012):
my major crush right now is on Joe Manganiello who plays werewolf Alcide Herveaux on True Blood. he makes my blood boil in a good way. i've never felt this way toward a celebrity before, so it is quite embarrassing! LOL
Re: Seeker Of Shadows (6:48pm May 30, 2012):
I recently got "Bear Meets Girl" and could not even finish it! I was so sad as the sample I read was awesome but I am guessing that was the best part of the book. Anyway...I flipped thru it and read the sex scenes which were OK but even they didn't entice me to finish it.
Re: Tangle Of Need (12:46pm May 28, 2012):
I love series romance! I love to see what happens to all the characters from books I love, especially if there has been a teaser in one book about characters in another!
Re: Where There's Smoke (8:34am May 25, 2012):
ooooooooo this sounds SO good! def want to read, even if I don't win! Thanks for the chance!!!
Re: The Reason Is You (9:04am May 21, 2012):
hmmm the tease eh? I think talking about the burning attraction from both POVs is key to teasing your audience and foreshadowing to the hot sex scenes about to come up!
Re: Night Walker (12:36pm May 16, 2012):
I am a sucker for an British accent...love them...and any form..Irish, English, Scottish, and even Australian by default! LOL
Re: Kiss Of The Goblin Prince (6:47pm May 13, 2012):
this sounds GREAT! Def my kind of book! thanks tons for the chance to win a copy and happy mother's day!
Re: Tempting the Best Man (9:18am May 4, 2012):
I have been reading erotica for YEARS! I started out in middle school reading the red cover Harlequin books that mistakenly got shipped to our school's library LOL and never looked back! Once I discovered erotica, those little read paperbacks were too tame. So thanks to you and other authors like you for def filling a much needed niche market. glad to hear its getting larger! LOL
Re: Darkest Caress (9:02am May 4, 2012):
recently a new friend gave me a book of poetry about cats with illustrations by edward gorey...she did not know that I loved his artwork nor that I have a degree in English Creative Writing specializing in poetry! sort of freaked us both out!
Re: Demon's Bride (8:24am May 2, 2012):
I love commoner heros because I can relate to them more than the others. But I enjoy any kind of hero! LOL Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: No Dress Required (8:04pm April 21, 2012):
Both of these books sound great! I too love series books where you follow the characters from book to book, new romance to new romance. Thanks for the chance to win!
Re: Untouched (4:29pm April 20, 2012):
I'm only allowed to pick three? LOL 10 for sure! hmmm 6 and 1 I think. I hate traveling but love once I get there and aging sucks. LOL thanks for the chance to win!!!
Re: The Zen Man (8:46am April 18, 2012):
oooooooooo Robert Downey Jr. as Sherlock Holmes would be top on my list!!!!!
Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (9:29am April 12, 2012):
LOL no I have never had the opportunity or need to marry to shut someone up! I really don't have any secrets that would destroy me. I do have some I would prefer others not know about, and those I only tell my partner! Thanks so much for the chance to win a copy of this book. It sounds GREAT!
Re: Illicit Intuitions (3:31pm April 10, 2012):
I am completely addicted to Pinterest and I do pin books that I find interesting! I love giveaways as a way to get your name out there and show your fans you love them. Pinterest giveaways are fun too...you get entries into a giveaway for books or whatever by pinning stuff the author wants you to pin.
Re: Lessons After Dark (8:00am April 6, 2012):
I love any book where the two main characters are drawn to each other, try to fight it, but are placed in situations just as you described where they can't avoid each other and eventually succumb! LOL Thanks for the chance to win a copy of this book. It sounds GREAT!