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Sweet Romance + Thrilling Intrigue = February Best Reads

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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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164 comments posted.

Re: The Body in Griffith Park (1:14pm July 19):

I pretty much fit your list. This book sounds
intriguing.Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Foul Play on Words (8:40pm April 10):

I enjoy books with animals in them. They tend to add a layor
of fun to parts of the story. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: A Lord Apart (3:38pm March 31):

I enjoy the historical romances. I too do genealogy and
have 5 big family trees going. My hubby's mother side goes
back to the founders of Rowley, Mass. But there are many
sad stories too. And when I read historical romances I
sometimes learn more of what our ancestors lived through.So
thank you for this opportunity.

Re: Texas Legacy (3:51pm January 18, 2019):

Lorraine Heath;Sounds great. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Never Let Me Fall (6:28pm November 8, 2018):

This story pulled me in. Want to read more. Thanks for this
opportunity.

Re: Just This Once (3:46pm October 16, 2018):

Interesting concept. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: How the Earl Entices (8:11pm September 14, 2018):

Interesting cover. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Stalked (5:15pm April 10, 2018):

Sounds like a nail bitter. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: A Family for the Rancher (8:34pm February 8, 2018):

Yes, I love the cowboys, the quiet, shtrong type, with a
little compansion and humor.

Re: Beyond Danger (2:08pm February 2, 2018):

With a bunch of Christian singers.

Re: Secret Agent Surrender (5:01pm January 19, 2018):

With all that undercover work, something is bound to happen.

Re: The Lacemaker (4:44pm January 14, 2018):

I love seeing the outfits though I don't like to wear
complicated clothing myself.

Re: Cowboy SEAL Homecoming (3:51pm January 14, 2018):

Tom Seileck, played a cowboy in an aussie film. Debbie
McComber, Annie Boone, Katie Wyatt, Robert Thornhill, all
authors that I enjoyed from reading the characters they
create.

Re: Collision Course (4:44pm January 7, 2018):

He has a good start.The smile part is good too.

Re: Earl Interrupted (4:31pm January 7, 2018):

Best to keep it simple. The first line of the first one, then
out with it. Maybe the Laudanum was affecting him some.

Re: Heart on Fire (4:04pm January 7, 2018):

Although I'm getting older and have medical problems, my
passions have dimmed somewhat, family is most important,
then my work for the rights of the unborn and the elderly,
my music, I sang in all kinds of things for 49 years and
last is reading. I've enjoyed sharing new books with my
grandchildren.

Re: The Duke Knows Best (8:50pm December 8, 2017):

It humerous that she blerts out what she has been thinking
and cannot stop herself.

Re: A Room With a Brew (6:16pm October 13, 2017):

I do not like cliff hangers in a series book. I'm not able to
afford to buy all in a series of a book but if I do get a
chance, it's nice to revisit some characters.

Re: Ghost on the Case (6:02pm October 13, 2017):

Carolyn is a new to me author. I have not read any of her
books, but this looks interesting.

Re: Dressed to Confess (7:39pm August 25, 2017):

I really enjoy Diane's cozies. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Crowned and Dangerous (7:33pm August 25, 2017):

Seems the royals are in as much trouble as everybody else.
Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Addressed to Kill (7:28pm August 25, 2017):

Enjoy these cozies. Cassie has such a big heart when it comes
to friends and family. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: A Tangled Yarn (7:21pm August 25, 2017):

Looks like a fun story. I do crochet so I enjoy all the puns
there.I so enjoy these cozies and all the characters within.

Re: On Her Majesty's Frightfully Secret Service (4:25pm August 9, 2017):

I enjoy spy stories. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Chime and Punishment (4:19pm August 9, 2017):

I really enjoy reading cozies and I feel the time is ticking
to get this one read. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Lord of Lies (11:00pm July 9, 2017):

I don't really have a favorite. However, I do enjoy the
animals that pick up details in some of the cozies. Since I
like variety, my favorites are always changing.

Re: Brazilian Capture (8:20pm May 24, 2017):

I thought that "To Kill a Mockingbird" was done well.Gone
with the wind was good too but was just too long for one
siting.

Re: Killer Characters (6:31pm May 24, 2017):

I so enjoy a good mystery.

Re: Saving Mercy (8:47pm April 14, 2017):

Not a lot of fan mail, but I perfer to show my appreciation
in my book reviews or letting others on the book blogs I
belong to know of those enjoyable books.

Re: Girl in Disguise (4:52pm March 12, 2017):

So many to choose from. I'll go with Abraham Lincoln, besides
being a big reader, he had the foresight to pull this country
together, one way or another.

Re: Sleigh Bells Ring (3:41pm December 17, 2016):

Sounds like an interesting Christmas story. Thanks for this
opportunity.

Re: Snowbound with Mr. Wrong (11:20pm November 23, 2016):

My favorite memories are just being with family.

Re: Restoring Christmas (11:02pm November 23, 2016):

Love the concept of the book. My hubby loves those shows and
sometimes I watch. One is playing in the background as I type.
Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: How To Impress a Marquess (3:56pm November 13, 2016):

Interesting excerpt. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: A Sure Thing (3:45pm November 13, 2016):

I'm with you on the DVR thing too. It can be addictive too.
Like when it something that's not recorded. You can't go
back to check something out. Something my hubby likes to
do.
I tend to not reread, although I do sometimes. So little
time and so much to read.

Re: Crazy for Her (5:12pm October 28, 2016):

That would be Fluffy. He was found on our doorstep, just a
little ball of fur. Turns out he was almost full blooded
sheepdog.And he was protective of us all, humans and animals on
our farm alike

Re: A Cowboy Christmas Miracle (10:09pm September 9, 2016):

While I read more of them around the holidays, I do read some all
year round. They usually are good for improving my mood.

Re: The Rebel Heir (10:04pm September 9, 2016):

Our celebrations are a lot more simple and usually weave it's way
around food and family.

Re: What the Duke Doesn't Know (6:41pm September 8, 2016):

Someone who's child was going to college and they were going to
have an empty nest. One thing I suggested, was always make them
feel welcome at home.

Re: For Love or Money (4:42pm August 14, 2016):

Whenever I think of my grandchildren, I think of and then start
sing "You are my Sunshine". They bring me such joy. I tried to
instill in my children, we all are not going to be good at the
same thing, but that is what makes us special. We are all unique
in our talents and gifts.

Re: Every Time with a Highlander (3:42pm August 14, 2016):

sleep late with hubby on Saturday morning and a nice brunch.
Not worrying about housework or cooking would be nice. Having
time to read would be great.Church on sunday mornings then
maybe a nap before lunch. I'm usually on the computer or
cooking till evening.Hopefully having time to read before bed.

Re: Viking Warrior Rising (3:25pm August 14, 2016):

Congratulations Asa. If I won something big like this, it would be
hard to concentrate on anything. I'd probably walk around and
start things and then break out in song now and then. How
wonderful for you and in turn for all of us, to get to read your
work.

Re: Heart Strike (3:07pm August 14, 2016):

A perfect weekend would be to sleep in with my hubby, have a nice
brunch, and a quiet day, unless family is visiting which is always
fun, especially with 3 young grandchildren. Finding some time to
read is always a plus.

Re: A Scandalous Adventure (10:09pm August 12, 2016):

Sleep in a little bit, then after catching up on the necessary
things, then maybe read a while.

Re: A Gift for Guile (4:57pm July 10, 2016):

I'm afraid they change as often as I start a new book. In which
case I have no favorite.

Re: If the Earl Only Knew (4:52pm July 10, 2016):

Not one in particular but the one's where they sneak up on him and
later realise that they hadn't intended to do that.

Re: Always My Girl (4:43pm July 10, 2016):

Right now I've been reading a lot of the Snow Valley series but
that not one family or author. I'm not able to get a lot of full
series so I don't have a fav.

Re: Lark (3:32pm July 10, 2016):

enjoyed your post. How true it is to get distracted by the
littlest things in life. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: The Bones Will Speak (7:34pm June 14, 2016):

The excerpt makes me think of the show "Bones" Very interesting.
Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Grace Triumphant (9:29pm May 19, 2016):

I can only hope to portray God's grace in our everyday lives.

Re: The Seduction of Kinley Foster (5:18pm May 13, 2016):

It would be buying more books.or eating some of my hiden m & m's.
Haven't done that for a while.

Re: Love Walks In (1:42pm April 16, 2016):

I'm no dare devil, and I'm very shy. My biggest scary thing was to
get up in front of people and sing. It was easier in choir but
when you are a song leader, it's a bigger deal.

Re: Romancing the Ranger (1:12pm March 19, 2016):

I have to admit the tempo of the music is a key to movement.
Beethoven's fifth is a great way to clean house to. I used to
work as a custodian in a library. Whenever I ran the sweeper, I
had music on. And if I knew the song. I would be singing. I was
known as the singing custodian.It help it go faster and I
certainly enjoyed my work more. lol.

Re: The Lingering Grace (12:48pm March 19, 2016):

Sometimes.

Re: The Real Thing (12:43pm March 19, 2016):

My husband of 42 years.

Re: MacLaren's Bride (8:19pm March 6, 2016):

I really enjoy historical romances. I like learning little tidbits
from those times.

Re: Into the Fury (4:56pm February 11, 2016):

It would be a musical, "Sound of Music". There are a lot of others
that are close.

Re: Heir To The Duke (12:02pm January 23, 2016):

I worked as custodian in our local library. Lots of stories
there. Anyway, after some pranks were played on me, as I clean
their desks or areas of work, I put things back in different
places. Normally I was very careful to put things back where
they had them. It had them guessing why were they put where
they had been.

Re: Enchantment of a Highlander (10:40pm January 22, 2016):

Recently I was told I probably have MS and Tuesday, I'll learn the
outcome of a lot of test. My goal right now is to live each day to
the fullest and to enjoy them. I also read and review as many
books as I can. OK so I'm a book junkie and I just love reading.
Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Linny?s Sweet Dream List (10:31pm January 22, 2016):

I already found him, over 42 years ago. Not perfect but we get
along pretty good after 42 years of marriage.

Re: Montana Wild (1:35pm January 21, 2016):

I did it when I was young. I was 19 when I married my DH. 2 months
later he was sent to Thailand. (This was during the Vietnam
war.)it took 6 months and after getting a passport, lots of shots,
and flying for the first time, I joined him. From small town USA
to Bangkok, Thailand. Big change. I did it for love then.

Re: Divorced, Desperate, and Daring (9:39pm December 24, 2015):

My DH gave me something to keep handy. When you have to put
bunkbeds together, there is this metal bar you insert for both
beds on each corner. That's what I got. smaller than a baseball
bat so easier to hold in one hand. However, now I walk with a big
thick cane. Could use that in a pinch.

Re: Justified (9:23pm December 24, 2015):

Let me start this by saying my DH does not work in the kitchen
often but every Christmas, he makes fudge. This year he made 5
different flavors.That would be plain chocolate, mint chocolate,
black walnuts in chocolate, cherry chocolate, and peanut butter.
Of course part of this goes out for gifts.

Re: Carry Me Home (7:59pm December 14, 2015):

I don't have an aussie hero, not familiar with any. I don't see
too many movies. But this does sound like a good story. Thanks for
this opportunity.

Re: Love, Dogs And Other Catastrophes (7:49pm December 14, 2015):

Finances are a little better and I've been able to buy a few
books, especially the cheaper bundle sets. and some of my health
issues are good. Also I get to see our grandchildren for
Christmas. That is always a joy.

Re: The Royal Conquest (7:38pm December 14, 2015):

It may actually falling in lust, but grow into love. 3 months
after we met, I said yes and 3 months later we were married. Now
we just recently celebrated out 42nd anniversary. And yes, we
still need to work on it.

Re: Once Upon a Power Play (9:56pm November 18, 2015):

I love the ice figure skaters. I'm impressed by anyone who can
actually stay up on skates.

Re: Easton's Everything (9:24pm November 18, 2015):

I like stand a lones because I rarely can afford to buy two in a
series at the same time. However, the series can be stand alone's
two as long as there is not a big cliffhanger at the end.

Re: Murder Under the Mistletoe (9:17pm November 18, 2015):

I put a few CD's on, sit in my recliner and maybe take a nap.

Re: Hidden Impact (1:34pm November 14, 2015):

We were stationed in Bangkok, Thailand for a couple of years so
there are a few things that remind me of there. At a chinese
resterant, we went there a lot, sweet and sour pork. And fresh
pineapple from the street. for home, would be mashed potatoes.

Re: Smart, But Dead (5:02pm September 30, 2015):

I sing. I can break out in song almost anywhere. I was known for
my singing at the library where I worked as a custodian for over
20 years.

Re: Woman of the Mists (3:41pm September 26, 2015):

What an interesting way to encompase the american Indian's past
into immages that we can all see.Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Flames (3:33pm September 26, 2015):

Sometimes it is as simple as peace and quiet. A time to listen to
the one above.

Re: Sway (6:31pm September 25, 2015):

Yes, but it is my least perfered type. I do enjoy a variety, more
on the clean side.

Re: Ties That Bind (2:41pm September 18, 2015):

I used to write a lot more than I do now. I avoid erotic and a lot
of the paranormal stuff like vampires and shapeshifters and sci
fi.

Re: Taming His Rebel Lady (4:53pm September 17, 2015):

Sleep with him, even if at first he does nothing, but things will
change.

Re: Reservations for Two (5:11pm September 11, 2015):

It can really add to some stories.

Re: Never Broken (3:38pm September 10, 2015):

My name is english and means grace. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: A Widow's Salvation (3:27pm September 10, 2015):

When I write my Christmas letter, I reread it then I let my hubby
read it. I have a tendancy to mix old english spelling with modern
american spelling.

Re: The Highwayman (5:00pm September 1, 2015):

Guess I'll have to read, to find out the secret. Nice
excerpt.Thanks for the opportunity.

Re: From Russia Without Love (4:08pm September 1, 2015):

Not sure who would do good here but there are several that would
do a good job for sure. Looks like a hard to put down book to me.

Re: Food Baby (2:24pm August 29, 2015):

Besides chocolate, I used to crave marshmellow cream.

Re: The Thorn Bearer (1:34pm August 29, 2015):

Romance puts a color, a texture to everything around it. That is
why I enjoy reading it, not the erotic.

Re: Little Pretty Things (7:32pm August 25, 2015):

Only in gym class. I was in Choir, swing choir, honor society and
took a lot of business classes like bookkeeping.So no I'm not the
real sporty type either.

Re: Newport (1:56pm August 23, 2015):

A lot of the paranormal that I've read lately belong in science
fiction and does not work for me. Unusual happenings and Physic
type things are more enjoyable.

Re: Falling for the P.I. (4:44pm August 19, 2015):

I like both. When children are involved, there's usually a little
mayhem added too. They tend to add a little spice to the mix of
characters.

Re: Lady Emily's Exotic Journey (4:38pm August 19, 2015):

I can't remember the name but it was the mystery of the 3
japaneese puzzle boxes that shared clues to the mystery. Very
intertaining since I had within the past 3 weeks received a puzzle
box from our oldest son who had made a trip to Japan.

Re: Island Dreams (9:30pm August 15, 2015):

It used to be Hawaii, but don't know if it would be that anymore.

Re: A Peach of a Pair (4:08pm August 6, 2015):

Normally I just have ice water. But if I'm celebrating, I may have
Root Beer.

Re: Red Blooded (3:55pm August 6, 2015):

A guy named Bob in high school. Didn't even know I excisted.

Re: Fudging the Books (4:00pm August 4, 2015):

I don't travel well, but I do like to visit my son with the
grandchildren. Tt can be fun.

Re: Midnight on the Mississippi (3:26pm August 4, 2015):

We are both retired and we really like this community which is
Madison, Indiana.

Re: Do Not Forsake Me (5:23pm July 30, 2015):

At our age (Been married 41 years) it becoming more of the little
things we do for each other. Even though I know I love him, I need
to show him sometimes too.

Re: A Rancher of Her Own (5:14pm July 30, 2015):

Reading is like adventures, going places and seeing things that
I'm no longer able to physically do.It also allows me to escape
the burdens of reality, for a while anyway.

Re: Calamity Jayne and the Sisterhood of the Traveling Lawn Gnome (9:33pm July 27, 2015):

I'm passionate about music and I have been singing for 48 years.
I've made a cd of my music which was the last thing on my bucket
list.

Re: Lone Rider (9:03pm July 27, 2015):

Chocolate chip

Re: Double Mint (7:59pm July 24, 2015):

No but I now have a son who lives in Las Vegas. Could be
interesting to go for a visit.

Re: Nowhere to Hide (7:51pm July 24, 2015):

I don't know. I would hope that I would try to use that in a way
to get some kind of justice. Of course I have no way of knowing
for sure.

Re: Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai (6:22pm July 20, 2015):

I want my hair cut the way I want it cut.

Re: School's Out for Murder (6:15pm July 20, 2015):

I was always one of the ones that always turned in my homework.
Had a teacher call me up after class once to tell me someone was
looking over my shoulder to cheat.

Re: Once Upon a Heist (9:22pm July 17, 2015):

I don't read too many any more. I kind of hate to tear apart my
memories of what I remember from my childhood.

Re: A Sword for His Lady (3:38pm July 11, 2015):

I think she will.

Re: Countess by Coincidence (3:34pm July 11, 2015):

Of the many I like, friends to lovers are my favorite.

Re: Hope Harbor (3:22pm July 11, 2015):

50 years ago it was Nancy Drew but there are so many new
characters out there it is hard to choose.

Re: Change Of Heart (3:11pm July 11, 2015):

To put it simply, it is clean reading and it has heart.

Re: The Rescued (3:01pm July 11, 2015):

Cherry would be my favorite. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (5:00pm July 6, 2015):

Each time we moved, we got rid of stuff, But we have been here
for a while. While cleaning up my boys old bedroom to have a
guest room now, I cleaned up the old toy box. Got rid of broken
or worn out things. My boys had a lot of car stuff when they
were you. When my grandson found that, he was like a pig in hog
heaven. Now it's the first place he checks out when they come
to visit.

Re: Her Greek Doctor's Proposal (3:38pm July 4, 2015):

We've had a bit of rain in southern Indiana too. Of course here in
Madison they are still having the boat races, the river level is
finally down low enough. But I like to read when I have a chance
and once in a while, I put on music and take a nap.

Re: SEAL Wolf Hunting (2:46pm July 4, 2015):

I'm the settled down type. Only in my reading do I enjoy the risk.

Re: Caught (2:36pm July 4, 2015):

One of the things in the alpha's that turns me off, is the dirty
talk. It makes me rate books a whole step down. The confidence and
take charge thing can be good.

Re: Murder Under the Desert Moon (8:56pm June 30, 2015):

Bangkok, Thailand, a very interesting place. Of course it's been
almost 40 years since we were there.

Re: Mint Cookie Murder (8:46pm June 30, 2015):

Sounds good to me. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Four-Patch of Trouble (8:40pm June 30, 2015):

Bathrooms

Re: Girl Spoken For (2:33pm June 26, 2015):

I really can't remember. I do know that I like to put on golden
oldies from the 80's and just listen.

Re: Dead Dog Like Me (1:56pm June 26, 2015):

That's a different way to learn how to manage brokenness.

Re: The Ticket (1:50pm June 26, 2015):

I think it's good that some of these touch some tough issues
because unfortunately life has a way of throwing things at you and
sometimes it can prepare you.

Re: Motion for Malice (9:38pm June 23, 2015):

For Fun, I like to read. Sometimes I dance to music.

Re: The Spring Bride (9:33pm June 23, 2015):

It gives a peacefulness to my heart.

Re: Courtship of the Cake (4:38pm June 22, 2015):

A Hostess chocolate cupcake.

Re: SEAL's Code (12:41pm June 20, 2015):

Yes I enjoy a little history, just like I enjoy researching for my
5 family trees. It's not always nice info that you find but it
gives insight to the lives they lived.

Re: Outlaw Hearts (12:31pm June 20, 2015):

One would be Gone With The Wind

Re: Collared For Murder (5:26pm June 17, 2015):

Sounds like a fun cozy. Thanks for the opportunity.

Re: Come and Take It: Search for the Treasure of the Alamo (5:20pm June 17, 2015):

Long Lost treasure will pull me in right away.

Re: Murder on Amsterdam Avenue (5:16pm June 17, 2015):

Already interested in this who donnit. Thanks for this
opportunity.

Re: Shadow Fires (7:42pm June 12, 2015):

No stories that I can remember the name of buy in my own marriage.
I find that some of those opporsites things compliment each
other.Some of my skills and strengths help when his doesn't type
things.

Re: Love's Rescue (7:01pm June 12, 2015):

I sometimes we look too hard to find our hero's. They are in all
walks of life. The first time I had a miscarriage, my DH took me
to the hospital in the middle of an ice storm.

Re: London Tides (6:51pm June 12, 2015):

To escape and to go places, I'm no longer able to travel.

Re: Daughter of Valor (6:47pm June 12, 2015):

My dad, who was a pow in WWII, never talked about it, only things
like they happened to someone else. We found out at his funeral.
All the worries he must of had for us when we were stationed in
Bangkok, Thailand during the Vietnam War. And a brother that was
at desert storm. I guess he's one of my hero's.

Re: Daughter of Valor (6:41pm June 12, 2015):

I like that this has a wounded woman hero. They have been
forgotten for the large part. Sounds really interesting.

Re: Against the Tide (6:36pm June 12, 2015):

I haven't read any of these yet but want too.

Re: Murder Freshly Baked (6:32pm June 12, 2015):

I like it when there is a pet in the mix of things.

Re: Alive (6:26pm June 12, 2015):

Since I have a lot of health issues, I usually drink ice water.
I've read a few stories from people who have had transplants.
Sometimes life is stranger than fiction.

Re: Five Brides (6:19pm June 12, 2015):

I don't know. My mother in law, made my wedding dress.

Re: Never Resist A Rake (6:13pm June 12, 2015):

At our age, it's a little different (60's) so it could be watching
a favorite TV show together. Maybe having popcorn. Sometimes he
brings flowers in from the yard and will even put them in a vase
for me. It can be the little things that make it special.

Re: A Family for the Bull Rider (4:47pm May 28, 2015):

I don't have a favorite but I have an admiration for all those
guys that can stay on any length of time.

Re: Vessel (4:06pm May 28, 2015):

According to this, there would be no more ebooks either, along
with all the other convienent things we are used to today.

Re: At the Spy's Pleasure (4:00pm May 28, 2015):

I like the spy angle. Probably spices it up a bit.

Re: Against the Tide (3:53pm May 28, 2015):

I've read so many good things about this book. Thanks for this
opportunity.

Re: Passionately Yours (3:48pm May 28, 2015):

You are a new author to me so I can't answer this question. Thanks
for the opportunity.

Re: What Caroline Wants (8:06pm May 20, 2015):

I find no excitement in this.

Re: SEAL My Home (7:59pm May 20, 2015):

To work in areas for border patrol and other trouble spots. It
might not hurt to have a couple in the secret service for the
protection of the president.

Re: Shadow Fires (3:18pm May 14, 2015):

There are a lot of authors that I enjoy. I read a lot, 48 so far
this year. So the series that I really enjoyed most recently was
Chirstmas in Snow Valley-Box Set. I pefer sweet to erotic.
Realistic to fantasy, and historic instead of furturistic or
scifi.

Re: A Leopard's Path (3:08pm May 14, 2015):

A HEA with many of the issues tied up nicely. I don't like a lot
of angst because I already have that in real life.

Re: Up the Hill to Home (3:02pm May 14, 2015):

What a interesting sounding story. And I thought that 2 children
could be a handful. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: The Thorn Bearer (3:11pm May 9, 2015):

Probably why I enjoy working on genealogy. It gives depth to the
people of that time. Sometimes it almost brings tears. Like when
it seems to be an outbreak of desease that takes so many members
of a family of loved ones lost on emagrent ships. It all shapes
the mindsets of those at that time.

Re: Summer of the Oak Moon (2:16pm May 9, 2015):

Sometimes. other times I like being in the moment. I'm not real
sure how I feel about time travel. It depends on how it's used.

Re: Greek Gods Bearing Gifts (2:08pm May 9, 2015):

The Librarians are a good show for me. Only way to get any good tv
where we live is by satalite. Sounds like an interesting story.
Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: The Cozy Cookbook (7:49pm April 15, 2015):

I really enjoy cozy reads. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: A Horse for Kate (3:06pm April 12, 2015):

That's why we give books as gifts for our grandbabies. They do
enjoy them.

Re: Then Sings My Soul (2:59pm April 12, 2015):

We have a small creek run thru our property and we have found a
few geodes and broke a few open. I like working on genealogy and
tucking little nuggets into the lives represented there.

Re: Remember Me (2:51pm April 12, 2015):

I don't usually have a playlist. I just put 5 cd's in and hit
play, then randam, then play again. I just keep switching them
every so oftenl

Re: A Killer Retreat (5:50pm February 18, 2015):

I really enjoy cozy mysteries. Thanks for this opportunity.

Re: Fortune's Horizon (5:27pm February 18, 2015):

I'd perfer the one with honor.

Re: Make Me Up (5:20pm February 18, 2015):

I have, but their makeup look sort of orange on me.

Re: Night Studies (2:56pm May 7, 2014):

Kathy would be a new author for me and I would love to read
this.

Re: The Bad Boy Billionaire's Wicked Arrangement (4:28pm January 2, 2014):

Since I've been married 40 years, not much chance of it happening

Re: Fearless Heart (5:01pm May 7, 2013):

What a great topic to attack, being that many of us are going thru or know someone that is going thru this now. Thanks for the giveaway.

Re: Betrayed by Shadows (3:23pm December 17, 2012):

Sometimes they do, othertimes, they deserve what they get.

Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess (3:54pm September 25, 2012):

We were in the military for over 10 years, moved around a lot, but as long as we were together, we made home. At my age, I've lived away from home, longer than I lived there. In my original home was recently torn down. It's diffenetly not the place, but the family together.

Re: The Last Victim (7:15pm August 6, 2012):

I liked your article on writing. I may give it a try again. It's been a while since my last refusal. Thanks for a chance to win this

Re: Wild Texas Rose (5:04pm August 6, 2012):

Thank you for giving us a chance to enter, I only had a stopover in Texas, but from the plane, I could see forever.

Re: Deep Autumn Heat (4:32pm July 8, 2012):

I'm basicly a shy person, so when I was acked to do song leading at church, that and if you make a mistake, everyone hears it. It makes little difference knowing that I have a good voice, there is still that little bit of fear. Even after years of doing this, I still feel that. I also understand the exercise thing. The book sounds real nice.

Re: Royal Street (5:48pm May 6, 2012):

Not normally drawn to this type of book, I'm intrigued with the inclusion of real life events.

Re: Hannah's Joy (5:45pm May 6, 2012):

Just reading the outline, it has already touched my heart, would love to read this

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