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Phillipa Gregory
May 30, 2011

1252 comments posted.

Re: Chicken Soup & Homicide (6:28pm February 23, 2016):

I don't buy or eat strange or exotic foods that's just not
me.

Re: How To Seduce A Scot (12:06pm December 5, 2015):

Has to be Jamie Fraser. He is my idea of a Highlander.

Re: Stop at Nothing (4:31am November 3, 2015):

Second chance romances are a favorite. I like to know what
drove them apart in the first place.

Re: Recipes For Love And Murder (4:30am November 3, 2015):

My favorites are those that are easy to make & that the
family love to eat.

Re: Viking Warrior Rising (4:29am November 3, 2015):

My ancestors were Vikings - I love it all.

Re: Eye of the Ninja (8:14am October 3, 2015):

Nothing comes to mind, but chances are.

Re: Smart, But Dead (8:12am October 3, 2015):

It would have to be my sense of humor.

Re: Minotaur (8:10am October 3, 2015):

I tend to make lists of things to do & then 'lose' the
list.

Re: A Different Side (8:06am October 3, 2015):

This sounds like a very interesting series!!

Re: The Highlander's Bride (5:14am September 5, 2015):

Has to be the HEA.

Re: From One Night to Wife (5:13am September 5, 2015):

I have to say my late father.

Re: Last Chance Cowboys: The Drifter (5:12am September 5, 2015):

Do unto others serves me well.

Re: Torrents of Destruction (6:08am August 3, 2015):

I read across most genres. Historical Fiction is my
favorite.

Re: Where the Moon Shines Brightest (6:07am August 3, 2015):

Most books I read are of locations I have not visited yet.

Re: Midnight on the Mississippi (5:50am August 3, 2015):

It would have to be along the coast somewhere. I love the
sea.

Re: Fudging the Books (5:48am August 3, 2015):

I like to visit family up the coast. It's all good.

Re: SEAL Wolf Hunting (5:36am July 4, 2015):

I save my risky ventures for the books I read. Most
definitely settled.

Re: Caught (5:32am July 4, 2015):

I'd add a sense of humor too.

Re: Her Greek Doctor's Proposal (5:29am July 4, 2015):

We had a glorious day here today. Lots of sunshine with a
slight breeze.

Re: Siren's Call (7:01am June 3, 2015):

The legends are fascinating thank you.

Re: Legitimate Lies (4:42am May 2, 2015):

I do enjoy the scenic route. I like to picture the story as
I read.

Re: The Woman of La Mancha (5:44am April 2, 2015):

A notebook would work best for me.

Re: SWAT Secret Admirer (5:44am April 2, 2015):

A great post thank you. This sounds exciting.

Re: The Millionaire's Unexpected Proposal (5:41am April 2, 2015):

All the time in my younger days. A touch wiser now.

Re: Impulse Control (2:10am January 25, 2015):

I am a Taurus through & through.

Re: Once Upon a Grind (4:30am December 9, 2014):

I have always enjoyed BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.

Re: Waking Up Joy (5:00am December 6, 2014):

I used to read all of my much older sisters romance novels.
I loved them then & now.

Re: Soul Painter (3:43am October 5, 2014):

This sounds amazing. I always like to know how ideas
formulate & grow.

Re: Bridging Two Hearts (3:41am October 5, 2014):

"Skulduggery" is such a great word. Fun post.

Re: A Winter Wedding (7:56am September 5, 2014):

I'm going to love Miss Penelope Rose. She sounds like
someone I know.

Re: Driftwood Tides (7:55am September 5, 2014):

All of the senses come into play when I read.

Re: A Doctor for Keeps (6:54am July 2, 2014):

Loving your story boards. I'd love to see these as inside
covers.

I avoid if I am not in the mood or in a rush.

Re: Crime Rib (6:52am July 2, 2014):

Loving the title & story line.

Re: Full Exposure (6:51am July 2, 2014):

I'm rather fickle. It tends to be the one I am reading about
at the time.

Re: Wicked Temptation (8:13am June 4, 2014):

I don't have a secret dream. I would love to read for a
living. Does that count?

Re: Rules of Survival (8:09am June 4, 2014):

I'm in trouble. I would have trouble just remembering the
rules, let alone following them.

Re: Love For Beginners (8:06am June 4, 2014):

A good mechanic is a good mechanic. That's how I would decide.

Re: Tempest In A Teapot (8:05am June 4, 2014):

It is funny some of the things I remember.

Re: Wild Ways (8:43pm May 15, 2014):

I love them in books, not so sure about real life.

Re: Secrets and Sins: Raphael (5:31am May 4, 2014):

I actually come from a family that does not swear at all. I
don't really see the need to.

Re: A Beautiful Distraction (6:18am May 2, 2014):

I'm looking forward to this.

Re: A Broken Kind Of Beautiful (5:29am April 27, 2014):

Ageing gracefully is beautiful. Embrace the life that shows on
you face & body.

Re: Wild About Her Wingman (6:05am April 26, 2014):

A cold day & a hot drink.

Re: East of Ecstasy (6:02am April 26, 2014):

A series lets you hold onto the characters for longer.

Re: A Shot of Red (9:01pm April 24, 2014):

Lucky you!!! That would be a trip to remember. I'd be buying
chocolate that's for sure.

Nothing like that has happened for me.

Re: An Unexpected Sin (5:41am April 20, 2014):

I can see this being all kinds of interesting to read.

Re: Unfixable (5:58am April 16, 2014):

Yes, you want your hero to have to climb up out of whatever is
troubling him.

Re: Small Town Spin (5:56am April 15, 2014):

The police were called to a department store robbery. The
silent alarm had gone off that night. Instead of searching all
over fruitlessly. One officer - being funny - called out:
"Shave and a hair cut.." The robber called out: "TWO BITS!!!"
Busted.

Re: One Bite Per Night (5:40am April 13, 2014):

I'm loving this!!

Re: The Ace (5:39am April 13, 2014):

It's those moments when you know something quite special is
about to happen or has just happened.

Re: On the Surface (5:03am April 11, 2014):

That was fun to read through thank you.

Re: With a Vengeance (4:48am April 11, 2014):

Unexplained noises in the night keep me awake. Looks like such
great reading.

Re: Playing It Close (4:46am April 11, 2014):

I have seen a rugby match or two or three...

Testosterone is the word I would use.

Re: Desiring Lady Caro (10:42pm April 10, 2014):

Thank you for sharing. Fascinating.

Re: Rising Assets (11:36pm April 5, 2014):

Stupidity makes me crazy!!

Re: A Promise In Pieces (11:35pm April 5, 2014):

You moved me so much.

Re: The Winter Bride (7:03am April 5, 2014):

I do like Beta heroes. They seem to have a gentler nature. I
also like muffins, but I have never been part of a book club.

Re: Mad About You (9:31pm April 3, 2014):

Best friends to lovers is a great trope.

Re: An Accidental Life (9:58pm March 29, 2014):

AN ACCIDENTAL LIFE sounds just so fantastic.

Re: Winter in Full Bloom (9:55pm March 29, 2014):

Such a lovely post & very well said.

Re: Sex and the Single Vamp (3:32am March 29, 2014):

OK!! That's some question. You wouldn't be a writer by any
chance????????

Re: Bite Me (3:27am March 29, 2014):

I love it when an author comes up with a story line that has
me wondering. That usually means its unique.

Re: In the Dark (6:05am March 23, 2014):

Unflagging trust & reliability all the way.

Re: Mystery Spring Fling (12:33pm March 23, 2014):

I do think that libraries need to be supported.

Re: Silence Of The Wolf (7:03am March 22, 2014):

You had me at Hot - Highland - Wolves.

Re: Stealing the Groom (4:37am March 22, 2014):

I grew up in the countryside with a house full of books. Not
much to do but read.

Re: Her Summer with the Marine (10:54pm March 19, 2014):

I always enjoy books that are part of a series. Fun to read.

Re: The Duke's Quandary (4:41am March 16, 2014):

My Mother is my hero - strong, independent & a good role
model.

Re: Dating, Dining, and Desperation (8:27am March 15, 2014):

I've lived in every sized town throughout my life. Small
towns have their appeal.

Re: Shadowed By Grace (8:26am March 15, 2014):

I find that I can escape with any book I read. Love talking
books with friends & family.

Re: Desperately Seeking Suzanna (12:29pm March 15, 2014):

Love this.

I have to say cheesecake.

Re: The Bride Insists (12:28pm March 15, 2014):

NO absolute favorite black sheep. I know the movie you spoke
of, but too scary for me.

Re: The Rancher's Second Chance (5:56am March 13, 2014):

I love everything about cowboys. From the way they walk, to
the way they smile.

Re: Darkside Sun (4:50am March 13, 2014):

A great many events changed my life. Having children for one.

Re: Eyes Closed Tight (1:16am March 12, 2014):

On my reading list. How fantastic.

Re: How Sweet The Sound (6:28am March 9, 2014):

I do love it when the flowers begin to bloom. I can't think
of a literary character off hand that fits the description.

Re: Anointed (5:15am March 8, 2014):

I'd love to be able to manipulate time.

Re: Sapphires Are an Earl's Best Friend (5:14am March 8, 2014):

Secondary characters do have a way of making you love
them.It's fabulous when they get their own stories.

Re: The Mapmaker's Daughter (5:59am March 7, 2014):

An amazing idea for a story.

Re: Mustang Sassy (5:58am March 7, 2014):

No go to song. Mozart maybe.

Re: What The Groom Wants (5:57am March 7, 2014):

So much fun thank you.

Re: Searching for Beautiful (9:58pm March 5, 2014):

Peace within!!

Re: The Rebel Pirate (9:57pm March 5, 2014):

I couldn't choose my top 5. It changes all the time & I love
them all.

Re: Safe in the Tycoon's Arms (9:55pm March 5, 2014):

I'm not very adventurous, so trying something new is not on
my to do list.

Re: Must Love Dukes (4:58am March 1, 2014):

I seem to stumble from one awkward moment to the next. Funny
to look back on.

Re: Tempted by the Soldier (8:00pm February 27, 2014):

Books & chocolate will do it.

Re: The Trouble With Honor (4:53am February 27, 2014):

This is just fabulous.

Re: Hot Rock (4:51am February 27, 2014):

Bad boys & their guitars.

Re: Bound to be Dirty (11:21pm February 23, 2014):

I think it's the thrill.

Re: Mint Juleps and Justice (8:59pm February 23, 2014):

I am so sorry to hear about your husband.

I like all kinds of heroes.

Re: Full Measures (8:57pm February 23, 2014):

It's not a culture I am familiar with. Interesting though.

Re: Oath of the Brotherhood (5:27am February 23, 2014):

I can see how WHAT IF?... would be invaluable.

Re: Lord of the Sea (10:53pm February 21, 2014):

The perfect hero puts me first.

Re: The Tycoon's Socialite Bride (10:51pm February 21, 2014):

I like both. It depends upon what I feel like reading.

Re: The Cowboy's Mail Order Bride (10:50pm February 21, 2014):

WOW!!! How brave were you????

Re: Lord of Swords (6:19am February 18, 2014):

I must say that the happy couple do look happy. Donor Day is
such a fantastic idea.

Re: What The Groom Wants (8:48pm February 15, 2014):

C - got my imagination fired up.

Re: Much Ado About Jack (8:46pm February 15, 2014):

I think that Shakespeare would find plenty to write about
that's for sure.

Re: Deep in My Heart (11:02pm February 13, 2014):

Thank you. So much fun.

Re: Miss Molly Robbins Designs A Seduction (9:12pm February 8, 2014):

Love the recipes thank you.

Re: What The Groom Wants (9:10pm February 8, 2014):

That was so funny. I read a cowboy story a while ago. I had
to feel for the horse. (No not THAT!!) Just the "gymnastics"
atop.

Re: Breakaway Hearts (5:41am February 7, 2014):

The ice skating at the Winter Olympics is absolutely
incredible. It's been ages since I watched CUTTING EDGE.

Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: Aksum (5:21am February 4, 2014):

I've just found a new series to dive into thank you.

Re: The Roses Underneath (6:11pm February 2, 2014):

I think that art must be preserved. It's not just the value,
but the talent, the joy.

Re: The Wedding Game (6:09pm February 2, 2014):

I love weddings too. I don't see any more family weddings on
the horizon though.

Re: Risk Taker (6:06pm February 2, 2014):

I do love stories with SEALs.

Re: Control (7:52pm January 31, 2014):

A very interesting play list.

Re: Love in the Library (9:47pm January 30, 2014):

I like all kinds of heroes. It depends upon what I feel like
reading.

Re: Teacup Turbulence (3:52am January 28, 2014):

I'm looking forward to catching up with both books.

Re: Poison Town (12:10pm January 26, 2014):

POISON TOWN sounds amazing!!

Re: Wishing On Buttercups (12:09pm January 26, 2014):

Congratulations on the nominations. I'm looking forward to a
fantastic read.

Re: Scent Of Butterflies (5:47am January 25, 2014):

What a fantastic story this promises to be.

Re: Love Songs for the Road (9:55pm January 22, 2014):

Congratulations!! You must be thrilled.

Re: Repossessed (8:13pm January 21, 2014):

A fantastic post to read through thank you.

Re: More Than A Touch (9:38pm January 18, 2014):

I have to love the characters. I need to know what is going
to happen to them next.

Re: Sadie's Secret (9:35pm January 18, 2014):

Such a superb series!!

Re: One Rogue Too Many (6:47pm January 17, 2014):

I remember my first crush. Of course he did not know I
existed.

Re: Now or Never (4:05am January 16, 2014):

Totally agree - never too late. My Grandfather re-married at
the age of 86. He robbed the cradle with a woman of 65.

Re: Limoncello Yellow (3:25am January 16, 2014):

To answer the question I would have to say New York City.

Re: The Magic Between Us (3:17am January 11, 2014):

My children took to reading like ducks to water. They both
still read voraciously.

Re: Lord Of The Hunt (3:13am January 11, 2014):

I do love a HEA!!

Re: Shadowed By Grace (3:12am January 11, 2014):

My Father served during WWII. He never talked about it much.

Re: Songs of Shenandoah (3:08am January 11, 2014):

While I remember characters, while I am reading I am looking
in at their lives.

Re: Compromising Willa (9:57pm January 9, 2014):

Thank you for the fabulous excerpts.

Re: The Purchase (6:01am January 8, 2014):

A burning question indeed. This book sounds extraordinary!!!!

Re: What the Heart Wants (5:28am January 6, 2014):

I'm going to love this.

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Re: The Groom's Gamble (5:27am January 6, 2014):

My vote goes to WHAT THE GROOM WANTS.

Re: The Temptation of Lady Serena (9:44pm January 5, 2014):

A must read for me.

Re: The Trigger (5:01am January 4, 2014):

I actually think it's not a bad habit to have.

Re: Sunroper (4:55am January 4, 2014):

I like to read outside the box.

Re: The Scandal in Kissing an Heir (9:17pm January 2, 2014):

A great read thank you.

Re: If Wishes Were Earls (11:51pm December 31, 2013):

Just so fantastic!!

Re: Freezer I'll Shoot (9:48pm December 29, 2013):

I don't make resolutions for New Year either. I'm just letting
myself in for a fail if I do.

Re: Needing Her (4:58am December 25, 2013):

A lot of pranks can be mean. So, not a big fan of them.

Re: Restless Spirit (3:33am December 24, 2013):

I do love the sound of this.

Re: How Beauty Met the Beast (6:53am December 23, 2013):

I love the sound of your stories.

Re: Welcome Back To Apple Grove (1:18am December 22, 2013):

I do love sugar cookies.

Re: Take Over at Midnight (1:17am December 22, 2013):

I'm looking forward to a great read thank you.

Re: Thrown (3:31am December 19, 2013):

This sounds fantastic. I do love the cover.

Re: Fighting Love (3:28am December 19, 2013):

I've never been on the friend shelf with a guy.

Re: Prince Of Shadows (5:43am December 15, 2013):

This series & book sounds fabulous.

Re: Unclaimed (5:42am December 15, 2013):

I love to catch up with all of my family.

Re: Gentlemen Prefer Mischief (5:40am December 15, 2013):

"Playful" sounds like fun to me.

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (5:39am December 15, 2013):

This sounds like such a great read.

Re: Last Chance Proposal (9:34pm December 12, 2013):

Since I am in Australia. A white Christmas would be upside
down. I'd like to experience it at least once I think.

Re: Tangling with the CEO (9:30pm December 12, 2013):

It depends upon what I feel like reading actually.

Re: The Best Game (7:51pm December 9, 2013):

Feelings & emotion has to come in to play - so to speak.

Re: Legend Of The Highland Dragon (1:08am December 9, 2013):

Now that's a bad day in the office.

Re: Everlasting Enchantment (1:07am December 9, 2013):

Big cats, wolves & dragons are favorites.

Re: Tempest's Course (8:14pm December 8, 2013):

I think that genres just get re-invented.

Re: Hustlin' Texas (7:44pm December 7, 2013):

This sounds fantastic.

Re: Billionaire Blend (4:22am December 5, 2013):

Books, coffee & Hugh Jackman - you've got it all covered.

Re: Rugged Hearts (4:19am December 5, 2013):

I'm grateful for family too. They mean the world to me.

Re: Down Range (6:40am December 3, 2013):

This is going to be wonderful.

Re: Three Timeless Loves (12:29pm December 1, 2013):

I'd love to go back to Victorian England. Queen Victoria was
quite amazing.

Re: Black Widow Demon (12:25pm December 1, 2013):

I love SUPERNATURAL and THE BIG BANG THEORY. Both fun to
watch.

Re: Hard As It Gets (7:46am November 30, 2013):

I can't go past Kristen Higgins' books for animals to love.

Re: Parts & Wreck (7:43am November 30, 2013):

You have my attention!!!

Re: A Change of Heart (7:41am November 30, 2013):

I for one am glad you write.

Re: A Perfect Distraction (7:40am November 30, 2013):

This sounds like so much fun to read. I do love rubies.

Re: Lies that Bind (7:15pm November 22, 2013):

I think I would prepare for the future.

Re: The Bitches of Brooklyn (8:41pm November 21, 2013):

Nothing with tags on in my closet.

Re: A Song At Twilight (4:55am November 20, 2013):

I actually can't think of any professional pairings. Obviously
a dearth. Keep writing!!

Re: Dangerous Connections (7:41am November 17, 2013):

I'm going to love this.

Re: Once A Seal (7:39am November 17, 2013):

Being a military spouse would be very difficult at times.

Re: Have You Any Rogues? (6:34am November 16, 2013):

Your story had me laughing. Not long before everyone knew.

Re: Shenandoah Crossings (6:30am November 16, 2013):

If I ran to another place or time I would hope to be finding
answers.

Re: The Namesake (5:34am November 15, 2013):

This does sound like a very interesting read.

Re: Bulletproof (5:33am November 15, 2013):

I love everything - no wrong answer.

Re: Bikers and Pearls (5:13am November 13, 2013):

I grew up in a house full of books, with parents that read.

Re: How To Handle A Highlander (8:35pm November 10, 2013):

HOW TO HANDLE A HIGHLANDER - love the title. A must read for
me.

Re: Daughter Of The God-King (8:33pm November 10, 2013):

What a fabulous story this promises to be.

Re: A Cadence Creek Christmas (8:30pm November 10, 2013):

I get into the holiday spirit when I read Christmas stories.

Re: Upon a Winter's Night (11:41pm November 8, 2013):

I love catching up with family. Decorating the Christmas tree
is always fantastic fun.

Re: A Cowboy for Christmas (7:00am November 5, 2013):

Christmas Eve we get to open one gift each.

Re: Scion of the Sun (6:59am November 5, 2013):

My daughter introduced me to YA, but I haven't read the
TWILIGHT Books yet.

Re: A Midsummer Bride (3:45am November 2, 2013):

I like a heroine who can take care of herself, but is not too
prickly. Room for love!!

Re: Born Wild (3:44am November 2, 2013):

This is going to be very exciting!!!

Re: Once a Rake (1:51am November 2, 2013):

I love the rules of courting for one. Love a Rake.

Re: Norse Jewel (11:48pm October 30, 2013):

I love twists & turns in a story.

Re: The Circle Of Thirteen (11:45pm October 30, 2013):

This does sound fantastic.

Re: Hunter's Moon (11:42pm October 30, 2013):

I love witches - it's the magic!!

Re: Never Underestimate a Caffarelli (8:17am October 28, 2013):

I would feel like I had lost my freedom & independence.

Re: Norse Jewel (8:16am October 28, 2013):

A twist is always appreciated. Love a surprise in the stories
I read.

Re: The Wicked Wallflower (6:05am October 27, 2013):

Yes, I've had a few. They never even knew I existed.

Re: Because Of Audrey (6:03am October 27, 2013):

We actually don't celebrate Halloween here, but I'd love to be
a witch.

Re: Cinderella Screwed Me Over (8:23am October 25, 2013):

I love BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. I can totally see the girl being
the beast.

Re: The Sweetest Hallelujah (7:47am October 24, 2013):

You must be so pleased that THE SWEETEST HALLELUJAH is finally
out in the world. Well done.

Re: Murder At Hatfield House (6:28am October 23, 2013):

Winston Churchill - larger then life.

Re: The Butterfly Sister (3:06am October 21, 2013):

This looks & sounds like such a fantastic read.

Re: A Lady's Secret Weapon (7:34am October 20, 2013):

I love it all. I like the light hearted read & the suspenseful
darker read.

Re: Behind the Shattered Glass (6:04am October 19, 2013):

I'd take the factory work or laying fires. At least working in
a great house, I'd be fed & have a roof over my head.

Re: Run The Risk (8:37pm October 18, 2013):

RUN THE RISK does sound fabulous.

Re: Plague Ship (5:29am October 17, 2013):

It makes sense for a Doctor to write a medical thriller.

Re: Her Accidental Boyfriend (7:18am October 16, 2013):

No accidental boyfriends - but love the sound of it.

Re: Death Of A Schoolgirl (7:16am October 16, 2013):

THE JANE EYRE CHRONICLES just made my list. Fantastic.

Re: The Children of the Mist (10:38pm October 14, 2013):

It would be scary waking up as something different.

Re: Lord of Swords (2:59am October 14, 2013):

I love all the old Dutch Masters.

Re: Snowbound With The Soldier (7:01am October 12, 2013):

My neighbor brought my garbage bin in with hers. It was
raining & she said there was no point in us both getting wet.
Great neighbors are worth their weight in gold.

Re: Secrets Of A Scandalous Marriage (12:01pm October 11, 2013):

I do love the sound of Medford. Can't wait to catch up with
the trilogy.

Re: Paige Rewritten (11:58pm October 10, 2013):

I like Autumn. Winter too cold, Summer too hot & spring lasts
about a day before Summer hits.

Re: Jude (11:54pm October 10, 2013):

This sounds fascinating.

Re: One Night in the Spa (11:48pm October 7, 2013):

Despite your knees I hope you had a great time.

Re: The Patterer (11:46pm October 7, 2013):

What a wonderful idea for a story.

Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (5:07am October 7, 2013):

THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS is a favorite.

Re: Love and Other Games (5:05am October 7, 2013):

Just time together really.

Re: Newton Neighbors (6:30am October 5, 2013):

Most definitely chaos. Life is never dull around here. What a
fun read.

Re: Kisses On Her Christmas List (11:44pm October 4, 2013):

Christmas stories are way up on my list of favorites.

Re: Long Shot (11:19pm October 2, 2013):

Love a man in a kilt. Traditionally, I believe, he would just
be roaming free beneath his kilt.

Re: How To Date A Dragon (7:44am September 28, 2013):

Thank you for sharing. Books are amazing. Magic really.

Re: Dirty Trick (6:36am September 27, 2013):

I love all the Halloween books that come out.

Re: Severed Trust (5:53am September 23, 2013):

I always enjoy learning more about the Texas Rangers. Love
your books Margaret.

Re: Dark Road Home (5:51am September 23, 2013):

AS a reader I must say that the research is appreciated.

Re: Gideon's Call (5:48am September 23, 2013):

I would certainly qualify. Books are so precious & it is hard
to let go of them.

Re: To Wed A Wicked Highlander (5:28am September 22, 2013):

I dread the first day of a new job. It's scary & exciting, but
more scary.

Re: The Surprising Enchantress (7:58am September 17, 2013):

I'd love to see the show & read your books. Fantastic.

Re: Everlast (8:48pm September 16, 2013):

A great post thank you. Fairy Tales can be very dark, but I do
love them still.

Re: Tempted in the Tropics (8:45pm September 16, 2013):

Chocolate cake is my undoing!!

Re: The Sheik Retold (10:52pm September 15, 2013):

On my wish list!!

Re: It Takes Two To Tangle (10:50pm September 15, 2013):

I was given the nickname of PUMPKIN at High School. I got a
short bob, & with my hair color I look like a Halloween
pumpkin. It was kindly meant & I actually loved it.

Re: True Spies (10:48pm September 15, 2013):

I'm looking forward to such a great read.

Re: When Mountains Move (7:43am September 13, 2013):

Talking over books that you have read is so much fun. My
family are great readers & sharers.

Re: Shades Of Mercy (7:41am September 13, 2013):

I'm looking forward to a great read.

Re: Honeymoon To Die For (9:55pm September 11, 2013):

I do judge by the cover & my daughter keeps telling me off
about it. I follow through then by reading the blurb.

Re: The Dervish (7:24am September 9, 2013):

A must read for me. I have Turkey on my travel wish list.

Re: Virtual Heaven (6:22am September 8, 2013):

My children play a lot of games, but I haven't caught the bug
yet.

Re: Bad Nights (6:16am September 8, 2013):

I would imagine that any experience would be useful to a
writer.

Re: Against The Ropes (6:14am September 8, 2013):

I always enjoy & appreciate a touch of humor in the books I
read.

Re: Never Say No to a Caffarelli (12:10pm September 4, 2013):

Congratulations 50 is truly amazing.

I do love chocolate cake.

Re: The Good Wife (7:00pm September 3, 2013):

THE GOOD WIFE sounds like such a fabulous read.

Re: The Highlander's Desire (9:02pm September 1, 2013):

"Heart's Blood" by Juliet Marillier - it's inspired by BEAUTY
AND THE BEAST. Quite a superb read.

Re: Unforeseeable (7:50am September 1, 2013):

I love how you have combined elements I love to read.

Re: The Blood Gospel (7:46am September 1, 2013):

It's been a while since I read a Gothic tale. Yes please!!

Re: The Mysterious Death Of Miss Jane Austen (6:58am September 1, 2013):

I'm looking forward to such a fabulous read.

Re: What the Bride Wore (6:58am September 1, 2013):

I'm happy to try reading all genres. I've found some great
books that way.

Re: Written in the Stars (9:58pm August 29, 2013):

Thank you for sharing such a personal story.

Re: Love Him or Leave Him (9:57pm August 29, 2013):

I do love history, so Historical romances are a great
favorite. Contemporary romances are my next favorite.

Re: A Rancher's Christmas (7:11am August 28, 2013):

Christmas reads are amongst my favorites. Wonderful!!

Re: The Arrangement (5:34am August 26, 2013):

So many great books. I need to catch up - somehow.

Re: Surrender To Sultry (4:32am August 25, 2013):

A second chance at love - love it!!

Re: Cowboy Seeks Bride (8:45pm August 23, 2013):

I love having a complete series to read back to back.

Re: Wicked Beat (8:38pm August 23, 2013):

So much fun to read through thank you.

Re: Surrender To Sultry (8:36pm August 23, 2013):

I'm looking forward to a wonderful read.

Re: Last Chance Reunion (7:14am August 23, 2013):

That's a great list. LAST CHANCE REUNION looks fabulous.

Re: Strung Out To Die (4:10am August 22, 2013):

I love all the elements of a cozy mystery. Fun to read &
figure out.

Re: The Amish Seamstress (10:26pm August 19, 2013):

What a wonderful idea for a story. I know I enjoy my quiet,
alone time.

Re: Beneath the Dover Sky (10:24pm August 19, 2013):

Such a fabulous post thank you!!

Re: Three Days on Mimosa Lane (6:51am August 17, 2013):

I do know that my Mother always put us, her family, ahead of
her own wants. I see that now as an adult.

Re: Once Upon A Tartan (6:49am August 17, 2013):

I've never thought of writing a book, but I do have the utmost
respect for those who do. I can clearly see the writing
connection between being a lawyer & a Romance writer.

Re: A Cursed Embrace (5:26am August 15, 2013):

Writers need to write, so that I can read. Good for you for
not giving up.

Re: Taken by the Vampire King (5:24am August 15, 2013):

I love all the classic lore & then I love new twists and ideas
too.

Re: Italian Affair (7:59am August 10, 2013):

As a child I read all of Enid Blyton's books over & over. I
wanted to be part of the worlds.

Re: Pattern for Romance (7:42am August 9, 2013):

The authenticity does shine through & is certainly
appreciated.

Re: A Little Bit of Charm (7:40am August 9, 2013):

The research would be fascinating.

Re: Winter in Full Bloom (7:37am August 9, 2013):

WE are a messy lot, but interesting for it.

Re: What the Bride Wore (10:02pm August 7, 2013):

It all sounds like so much fun.

Re: A Brew to a Kill (10:01pm August 7, 2013):

Coffee, cake & a great read. Yes please!!

Re: The Passion Of The Purple Plumeria (10:00pm August 7, 2013):

A great inspiration. Love that interpretation of THE SCARLET
PIMPERNEL.

Re: A Father For Her Triplets (5:19am August 7, 2013):

It's a continual work in progress.

Re: Date with Destiny (10:24pm August 5, 2013):

Jo from LITTLE WOMEN has always stayed with me.

Re: Death Al Dente (6:47am August 4, 2013):

We moved around a lot, so no home town to speak of. Home was
where ever my parents happened to be.

Re: The Sweetest Hallelujah (10:54pm August 2, 2013):

I know this book will tear at my heart. A must read for me.

Re: Jaguar Fever (10:52pm August 2, 2013):

Big cat shifters - YUM!!

Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: London (11:43pm July 31, 2013):

It always seems like the writing community is so supportive.

Re: Second Ride Cowboy (10:24pm July 28, 2013):

It would depend upon why they broke up in the first place.

Re: A Spy to Die For (6:50am July 28, 2013):

A spy novel is certainly a great way to pass time.

Re: The Outcast Prince (6:47am July 28, 2013):

I'm going to be on the look out for paranormal creatures when
I'm out & about from now on.

Re: Reckless (9:28pm July 26, 2013):

I love the fact that the stuntmen get the recognition they
deserve.

Re: Rugged Hearts (9:25pm July 26, 2013):

I don't know about unexpected influences, but I think a lot of
people I have met along the way have influenced me in some
way.

Re: An Open Heart (5:22am July 22, 2013):

I read with an open mind. It makes the experience so much
better.

Re: Raspberries and Vinegar (5:21am July 22, 2013):

I cook everything from scratch. It's cheaper, healthier and
tastes so much better.

Re: Meet Me At The Cupcake Cafe (12:41pm July 20, 2013):

I'd be opening up a craft shop. I do love cupcakes though.

Re: The Officer And The Secret (12:38pm July 20, 2013):

Lots of letters & parcels for sure.

Re: Magic Rises (7:57am July 19, 2013):

What an exciting read this promises to be.

Re: Charm and Consequence (8:10am July 16, 2013):

I've met people who drove me crazy. I was right all along.

Re: Emeralds of the Alhambra (4:52am July 16, 2013):

Congratulations on your debut historical novel. It sounds
fascinating.

Re: Merger to Marriage (6:52pm July 14, 2013):

I like both tried & true and story lines that are very
different.

The assembly line episode is hilarious.

Re: Masquerade (6:49pm July 14, 2013):

I've always loved reading about Rebecca Sharp in VANITY FAIR.
That's some miss!!

Re: Ignited (6:10am July 14, 2013):

What an exciting series this promises to be.

Re: Jungle Fire (10:31pm July 11, 2013):

I wouldn't last long in a jungle, but a fabulous setting for
books.

Re: Pennsylvania Patchwork (10:29pm July 11, 2013):

I always enjoy stories about the Amish. Beautiful country.

Re: Pieces Of The Heart (10:28pm July 11, 2013):

I've never tried my hand at quilting. I'm looking forward to a
great read thank you.

Re: The Medic's Homecoming (8:03am July 9, 2013):

You are so right - it's not the zombies I love, but the good
guys who do battle with them.

Re: Breathe Again (6:48am July 6, 2013):

I don't watch much television, So I'd have to go back to
M*A*S*H*. I did have a thing for Hawkeye. Loved the dedication
& the lunacy of the man.

Re: Winning a Bride (6:45am July 6, 2013):

While I enjoy novellas at times, I will always prefer a full
length book. Give me more & I'm very happy.

Re: It Happened One Midnight (5:56am July 5, 2013):

It will most definitely happen again. I loved this thank you.

Re: Paradise Valley (10:17pm July 4, 2013):

PARADISE VALLEY promises to be such a wonderful read.

Re: Masters of The Cats: Collaring The Saber-Tooth (10:48pm July 3, 2013):

I like to head for the coast in Summer. I have family there,
so bonus.

Re: Prince of Secrets (10:46pm July 3, 2013):

I think just trying to be organised. It takes a lot of
organising to be organised, but it does pay off.

Re: Exposed (12:09pm June 29, 2013):

All of these books are on my reading list!!!

Re: Luck of the Dragon (12:07pm June 29, 2013):

What a fun post thank you. Banter is contagious.

Re: Wish You Were Here (12:03pm June 29, 2013):

I practically grew up in the library. I enjoyed the excerpt
thank you.

Re: All Out of Love (8:29am June 27, 2013):

So much fun thank you. I was all over he place, so I guess
that makes me an avid reader.

Re: Just Beyond the Garden Gate (11:47pm June 24, 2013):

I don't know that I have seen, heard or of any unusual first
meetings, but they are a great favorite to read.

Re: One Night (7:58pm June 23, 2013):

I've never had a one night stand - at all.

Re: The Look of Love (7:09am June 22, 2013):

I can't believe I have not begun reading this series yet. It
looks fabulous.

Re: Grounded (11:42pm June 21, 2013):

I love reading books and series written in collaboration. I'm
always impressed.

Re: If The Shoe Fits (11:39pm June 21, 2013):

Has to be classic Beatles for me.

Re: Rescuing Dawn (12:01pm June 20, 2013):

I have sisters. Even better.

Re: Dark Innocence (7:39am June 18, 2013):

I rather like Eleanor from Jane Austen's SENSE AND
SENSIBILITY.

Re: Opposing Forces (7:00am June 15, 2013):

Thank you for the wonderful taste.

Re: One Day in Apple Grove (10:02pm June 14, 2013):

I would love to go someone. I'd have to see what's available.

Re: Summer at Mustang Ridge (11:53pm June 13, 2013):

My Mother makes a Port Wind Trifle for special occasions. It
is to die for.

Re: Lord of the Hunt (5:27am June 9, 2013):

I'm good at keeping secrets, and I do love it when characters
have secrets of their own.

Re: It Had To Be You (8:24am June 7, 2013):

I would be totally distracted. I like the quiet to
concentrate.

Re: Five Days in Skye (11:36pm June 2, 2013):

To climb in the business world & still hold true to your
ideals - I'm sure it can be done.

Re: Dead, White, And Blue (11:43pm June 1, 2013):

Watching the characters figure out their place in the world.

Re: True (11:42pm June 1, 2013):

TRUE sounds like a fabulous story.

Re: Long Simmering Spring (8:31am June 1, 2013):

I've made a lot of mistakes. They made me stronger & wiser
though.

Re: South Of Surrender (8:27am June 1, 2013):

None of us are perfect, so giving a character an added
obstacle to overcome can be inspirational.

Re: Reign (4:58am May 27, 2013):

When challenged I tend to plow ahead. I'm stubborn & like to
see things through to the end.

Re: Paige Torn (4:56am May 27, 2013):

I'd make it more user friendly that's for sure. An ice-cream
garden sounds ideal.

Re: The Begonia Bribe (11:47pm May 24, 2013):

I know what you mean about not having the right word there
when you need it, but it usually comes. All of the books look
incredible.

Re: The Sword Dancer (7:25am May 23, 2013):

I always love marriage of convenience stories.

Julie Newmar was an excellent Catwoman.

Re: When The Morning Glory Blooms (11:05pm May 22, 2013):

I've lost friends through geography. Moving around it's hard
to stay in contact.

Re: A Healing Heart (11:02pm May 22, 2013):

Heart health is not to be taken lightly.

Re: Flora's Wish (10:59pm May 22, 2013):

Another story to look forward to thank you!!

Re: Yesterday's Echo (7:08am May 22, 2013):

Not nearly enough hours in the day.

Re: Last Chance For Justice (5:28am May 20, 2013):

I like both, but I do prefer a book that keep my heart rate up
from the opening page.

Re: Seducing Charlotte (8:53pm May 18, 2013):

No, it doesn't bother me, so long as it fits the story.

Re: Past Due (5:44am May 18, 2013):

I have learned that life just rushes by before you know it, so
enjoy!!

Re: Undone (4:25am May 18, 2013):

He must be intelligent, honorable & a have a wonderful sense
of humor.

Re: Changing Lanes (7:21am May 17, 2013):

I made some poor choices along the way. I'd like to change
those.

Re: Voodoo For Two (7:45am May 15, 2013):

It sounds like a wonderful trip & all in the name of research.
Half your luck!!

Re: Acadian Waltz (6:04am May 14, 2013):

I always think of a romance as a slightly lighter read.

Re: Die for Me (9:45pm May 12, 2013):

Serial killers are scary. They make for great reading though.

Re: The Practice Proposal (8:13pm May 11, 2013):

Soccer players are rather hot.

Re: Angora Alibi (8:12pm May 11, 2013):

I don't like having my photograph taken either. I don't know
what I expect to see, but it does not feel like me.

Re: A Wedding In Springtime (12:04pm May 7, 2013):

I'll take the Regency rogue I think.

Re: What A Mother Knows (12:03pm May 7, 2013):

I had to laugh!! What a dilemma I think.

Re: Fearless Heart (8:02pm May 5, 2013):

FEARLESS HEART sounds like a remarkable story.

Re: Lord of the Mist (6:48am May 4, 2013):

I'd like to time travel so long as I could control it somehow.

Re: Father By Choice (7:48am May 1, 2013):

Children can certainly add another dimension to a story. I
like that.

Re: The Collector (6:25am April 26, 2013):

I always love to know a little of the thinking process behind
the writing. THE COLLECTOR does pique my interest.

Re: Thrill Ride (12:03pm April 22, 2013):

Thank you for the amazing excerpt.

Re: A Man for All Seasons (6:22am April 20, 2013):

I'm not superstitious at all & I do believe in Angels.

Re: Speak No Evil (1:01am April 19, 2013):

I do love to visit different settings with my reading.

Re: Guardian's Alliance (5:30am April 16, 2013):

What an exciting read this is going to be. I look forward to
learning more about the Asivians.

Re: A Method to Madness (5:28am April 16, 2013):

Would you believe this is the first I have heard of The Purple
Gang? I'm ready to buckle up for a wild ride here.

Re: Abby Road (9:16pm April 14, 2013):

I love the beach. These days I don't go in water over my
knees, but there was a time when I was fearless.

Re: Night Demon (9:13pm April 14, 2013):

I love an intelligent hero. 200 years is a long time to be a
tortured hero.

Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (6:49am April 13, 2013):

I'm looking forward to reading Angelica's story. I'm sure I
will LOVE her.

Re: Tactical Strike (11:50pm April 12, 2013):

You have piqued my interest. I love the idea of reading about
women in the military.

Re: March With Me (12:22pm April 10, 2013):

I look forward to reading MARCH WITH ME. I did love THE HELP.
I must say I don't see race, I see the person.

Re: Last Chance Book Club (11:55pm April 6, 2013):

I do love an aristocratic Regency gentleman.

Re: Second Chance (6:26am April 3, 2013):

I do love a feisty heroine. SECOND CHANCE sounds fabulous.

Re: Once Tempted (6:23am April 3, 2013):

I'm going to enjoy reading all about Tess and her road trip &
what happens when she arrives.

Re: Revenge On Route 66 (9:27pm March 30, 2013):

I know the birth dates of family, but not favorite characters.

Re: Identity Crisis (8:26am March 28, 2013):

I had no idea that forgeries were so prevalent. I'd want to
ensure a painting was genuine before I parted with my money.

Re: Sins of a Ruthless Rogue (4:17am March 26, 2013):

That's an adventure to write home about. I love it.

Re: The Forsaken (5:56am March 25, 2013):

No Angel experiences here, but I do believe.

Re: Lord of the Keep (9:35pm March 23, 2013):

Covers do matter. They are the first point of interest often.

Re: Nickeled-And-Dimed To Death (9:23pm March 23, 2013):

I love it when a writer I love is prolific.

As to second chances it depends upon what drove them apart in
the first place.

Re: When She Was Gone (7:49am March 21, 2013):

My home is my island and I'm the Queen.

Re: Falling Into Paradise (6:20am March 19, 2013):

I like bad boys in my books, which is where I think they
belong.

Re: Buried In A Bog (11:16pm March 17, 2013):

I've never been, but I'd love to see all the historical sites.

Re: Trouble In The Tarot (4:40am March 17, 2013):

I always love a touch of humor.

Re: Her Knight's Quest (7:08am March 16, 2013):

Some secondary characters just beg to be heard.

Re: The Geek Girl And The Scandous Earl (8:44am March 15, 2013):

How very encouraging for you. It must have been quite amazing.

Re: Assaulted Pretzel (5:48am March 14, 2013):

I do like people watching, but I don't think I've dreamed up
anything about them.

Re: Hunted (10:25pm March 11, 2013):

What an exciting read this will be.

Re: A Risk Worth Taking (7:44pm March 10, 2013):

I'll read it all. Just engage me.

Re: Stranger on Raven's Ridge (7:43pm March 10, 2013):

I guess mine is the fact that I tend to change direction with
my life about every ten years. It's exciting.

Re: Out Of Circulation (7:40pm March 10, 2013):

What fun. I do love a cozy up.

Re: The Blue-Ribbon Jalape?o Society Jubilee (1:38am March 9, 2013):

This is going to be such a fabulous read!!

Re: Lord Of Darkness (7:34am March 6, 2013):

I actually know very little about the time period in question.
Love to learn though.

Re: The Christie Curse (10:04pm March 3, 2013):

I actually like the idea of working with family. It could be a
lot of fun.

Re: Into the Spotlight (8:22pm March 2, 2013):

I've never been except on the screen. I do love OCEAN'S
ELEVEN.

Re: Protector (8:19pm March 2, 2013):

I carry a book everywhere too, especially if I know I'm going
to have to wait around. I love re-reading favorites.

Re: An Encounter at the Museum (7:04am March 2, 2013):

I do remember a date where we wandered over a long span bridge
& back again. It was rather beautiful with the water &
moonlight.

Re: The Chieftain (7:26pm March 1, 2013):

It's fabulous when the characters knew each other before,
especially as children. The history is there to begin with.

Re: Cowboy Tough (7:24pm March 1, 2013):

Cowboys are rather special!!

Re: Silence Of The Llamas (5:11am February 27, 2013):

That must have been a fun article to read. The book look
fabulous.

Re: Jake (5:08am February 27, 2013):

I'd be very happy to take any of the Conways home. I do love a
cowboy.

Re: Scorned Justice (6:55pm February 24, 2013):

FATAL ATTRACTION is a very good example of a revenge movie I
think.

Revenge is a powerful motivator.

Re: X Marks The Scot (6:57am February 22, 2013):

This is my kind of read. Just fabulous.

Re: The Mistress Memoirs (12:39pm February 21, 2013):

I think I want to read more. Just fabulous.

Re: Murder Hooks a Mermaid (4:01am February 20, 2013):

If given the opportunity I would travel into outer space.

Re: The Moses Quilt (2:05am February 17, 2013):

We did not just arrive at this point in time. What came
before, should not be lost.

Re: Wildcat (4:20am February 14, 2013):

That's some excerpt & ALL the books look amazing.

Re: A Howl For A Highlander (4:18am February 14, 2013):

I'm not sure what I would do first. The mind boggles.

Re: The Eldritch Conspiracy (6:36am February 13, 2013):

It's been my experience that the books are nearly always
better. LOTR is definitely an exception.

Re: Seven-Night Stand (4:01am February 13, 2013):

I do love castles, manors & wild moors. Seriously give me a
great story & I'm happy anywhere.

Re: Fly Away Peta (6:22am February 9, 2013):

I think my hero changes with each book I read. Fickle I know.

Re: Treacherous Temptations (6:20am February 9, 2013):

I do love it when real events or people are incorporated.

Re: Seven-Night Stand (6:17am February 9, 2013):

So long as the setting fits the story I'm happy to travel the
world.

Re: Once Again A Bride (4:27am February 9, 2013):

For me it would be the photographs I have.

Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (4:24am February 9, 2013):

A fabulous post thank you. I have only been on a horse a few
times.

Re: Soul Deep (5:59am February 6, 2013):

I agree about the clueless aspect. Friends to lovers stories
are rather wonderful.

Re: In From The Cold (5:09am February 5, 2013):

I actually don't mind going out for a brisk walk when it's
cold.

I've never gone dog sledding.

Re: Beyond Valor (11:32pm February 3, 2013):

I don't have an absolute favorite, but I do love them in
general.

Re: The Billionaire's Baby SOS (7:05am February 2, 2013):

I don't have any particular favorites.

Re: The Autumn Bride (8:05am February 1, 2013):

I've never belonged to a book group, but I love the idea.

Re: Deck the Halls With Love (7:39am February 1, 2013):

I can't think of any particular secondary characters off hand.
Sometimes you do want them to have a HEA for themselves.

Re: Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match (5:14am January 29, 2013):

I've never answered a personal ad or tried online dating.

I would love to read HOLIDAY MAN thank you.

Re: Undercover Wolf (10:26pm January 23, 2013):

Both books look like great reading for different reasons. Got
to love that.

Re: Falling for her Fiance (10:24pm January 23, 2013):

Intelligent with a wicked sense of humor. He must be the
caring & sharing type.

Re: Real Men Don\'t Break Hearts (10:23pm January 23, 2013):

It is important for characters to be as real as they can be.

Re: After the Rain (6:19am January 23, 2013):

I would not mind doing over my teen years.

Re: Beeline To Trouble (8:02pm January 19, 2013):

Mystery & Romance - great pairing up.

Re: Doomed (6:25am January 17, 2013):

Has to be Pandora for me. Just fascinating.

Re: Thread On Arrival (6:23am January 17, 2013):

I must read all of the Embroidery Mystery series. THREAD ON
ARRIVAL looks fantastic.

Re: Finding Home (7:16pm January 13, 2013):

Thank you for sharing. FINDING HOME looks like a fantastic
read.

Re: Kiss Of The Betrayer (2:11am January 13, 2013):

It's sorting out the priorities. When I do that life is
easier.

Re: Birthright (2:07am January 13, 2013):

I do love to now about my family's past. Great post thank
you.

Re: South Of Surrender (6:45am January 10, 2013):

I was lost from the very first line in the excerpt:


"Let me heal you." Chrysander swallowed, hard.

Re: Seven Days Normal (8:29pm January 6, 2013):

Very interesting thank you.

Re: The Missing Manuscript Of Jane Austen (8:26pm January 6, 2013):

This was fascinating thank you. A great deal of thought is
obviously put into your writing.

Re: In His Brother's Place (4:12am January 6, 2013):

Historical is my first love.

Re: A Little Bit Wicked (4:58am December 29, 2012):

I have both definite & general goals I set. Not really New
Year resolutions.

Re: Fallen Angel (4:56am December 29, 2012):

I'm grateful for a wonderful year. Pretty smooth sailing all
in all.

Re: Live And Let Love (4:47am December 29, 2012):

I must get onto the AGENT EX series. LIVE AND LET LOVE looks
fabulous.

Re: Secret Santa Baby (4:07am December 28, 2012):

A kiss can be very telling.

Re: The Billionaire's Christmas Baby (4:06am December 28, 2012):

I'm grateful for loved ones!!

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (2:22am December 27, 2012):

For me it's all the traditions that create the memories. I
hope they create memories for my children too.

Re: Renegade (9:32pm December 24, 2012):

I can't go past Dicken's A CHRISTMAS CAROL for holiday reading
or viewing.

Re: Perfect Misfits (7:38pm December 22, 2012):

I love everything about CHristmas!!

Re: Deliver Me From Temptation (7:28pm December 22, 2012):

A fabulous excerpt thank you.

I can usually sort things out.

Re: Captive Of The Border Lord (7:50am December 21, 2012):

So many stories!! I love learning all about the antics the
ancestors got up to. My Grandmother was a maid in a castle:
think Downton Abbey.

Re: Against The Odds (4:59am December 21, 2012):

We have a lot of traditions. Even a tradition as to the order
the ornaments go on the Christmas tree.

Re: Betrayed by Shadows (5:18am December 18, 2012):

I want to like the character, so she can't be too hard or
'prickly'.

Re: Deadly Patterns (10:52pm December 16, 2012):

I do love the chocolate fudge we make.

Re: Just A Cowboy And His Baby (8:39am December 15, 2012):

I like a bit of 'debating' in my stories.

Re: Fortune's Hero (5:31am December 15, 2012):

I imagine that a lot of people will go back to simpler times.
Grow your own food for one. More control over what you eat &
cheaper.

Re: Counterfeit Cowboy (8:08am December 12, 2012):

Blue eyes are a must - the rest I'm easy on.

Re: Rancher's Son (7:04pm December 9, 2012):

I don't know a lot about Florida except that it can get very
hot.

Re: The Bridegroom Wore Plaid (3:51am December 9, 2012):

I loved the historical facts thank you.

Re: Too Close For Comfort (8:19am December 7, 2012):

I've never even held a gun, let along shot one.

Re: Holiday Buzz (2:41am December 7, 2012):

What a fabulous story. On my wish list!!

Re: Wish Upon A Christmas Star (6:18am December 2, 2012):

I've never had a White Christmas. I should wish harder
perhaps.

Re: Double Time (7:14am December 1, 2012):

I love classical music. Mozart moves me to tears, for all the
right reasons.

Re: Heart Of A Texan (7:05am December 1, 2012):

THE SEARCHERS in my favorite John Wayne movie & LONESOME DOVE
is a favorite book of mine.

For me the cowboy is all heart, wrapped in a tough exterior.

Re: How I Came To Sparkle Again (1:52am December 1, 2012):

It would be street signs around here. Not terribly exciting,
but hopefully you will arrive at your destination.

Re: Christmas Confidential (12:37pm November 30, 2012):

Christmas traditions are very important. We always open one
gift on Christmas eve & the rest after church on Christmas
morning.

Re: A Christmas Bride / Christmas Beau (5:07am November 28, 2012):

Christmas stories are a great favorite. A wonderful
opportunity thank you.

Re: Taming the Outback (4:00am November 26, 2012):

A love a feisty heroine. I love her independence &
intelligence & wit.

Re: Holiday in Crimson (7:44pm November 24, 2012):

Everything about Christmas is magic. Family is ALL.

Re: Wolfishly Yours (11:23pm November 23, 2012):

I loved reading through the character wish list. I'm happy
with some lovely soaps & chocolates.

Re: Untamed (11:21pm November 23, 2012):

No Thanksgiving here in Australia. I do love reading about all
the different traditions though.

Re: Unmasked (11:01pm November 21, 2012):

There is nothing I am ashamed or embarrassed about. It's all
me.

Re: Playing at Love (5:08am November 20, 2012):

I don't have a FAVORITE sport, but I do enjoy watching a
variety such as you find during the Olympic Games.

Re: Ashes Of Twilight (12:16pm November 18, 2012):

I do love to know how books & stories come to be. Wonderful
thank you.

Re: How To Tame A Willful Wife (4:59am November 17, 2012):

The list of 5 had me laughing out loud. Love requires
commitment & I need more than 'just' the love.

Re: A Wedding In Apple Grove (4:56am November 17, 2012):

What a fabulous post. Small towns have pros & cons, just as any place does.

Re: Texas Wide Open (6:26am November 15, 2012):

I do enjoy tortured heroes. They make for fascinating reading.

Re: The Twelve Clues Of Christmas (4:13am November 11, 2012):

All my memories of Christmas are happy ones. Christmas is a
big deal in my family, so as a child it was magic & I have
carried those traditions through to my children.

Re: Heart of Danger (9:59pm November 10, 2012):

ASHFALL by Mike Mullin is a favorite of mine.

Re: What The Cat Saw (9:57pm November 10, 2012):

What a fabulous story. I was thinking about my Grandmother the
other day & how much she loved her cats.

Re: Enslaved (3:51am November 10, 2012):

I think that's the whole point of a damaged her - to be
redeemed.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (7:28am November 9, 2012):

TINKER BELL

I love Christmas reads.

Re: The Snow White Christmas Cookie (7:02am November 5, 2012):

Well, what's a good mystery without a few murders between friends?

Re: Death In The Floating City (9:04am November 3, 2012):

Books can transport you to everywhere & anywhere.

Re: Down for the Count (9:09am November 2, 2012):

I've taken childish dares on. Nothing too frightening though,
just a bit silly.

Re: Midnight Exposure (9:07am November 2, 2012):

I like a heroine who is strong & brave & confident without
losing her femininity.

Re: The Warrior (8:54am November 2, 2012):

I love classical music - throw in Gerard Butler & a castle &
I'd be very happy.

Re: Iced Chiffon (3:25pm October 28, 2012):

I do love a cozy mystery. Benedict Cumberbatch is an excellent Sherlock Holmes.

Re: One Night with a Hero (6:01am October 28, 2012):

Military heroes are confident, loyal, dedicated & honorable.

Re: Tempting the Best Man (7:42am October 26, 2012):

It's the confidence that an alpha male exudes that isso enticing.

Re: Losing Control (7:38am October 26, 2012):

Linked stories are always welcome. When you come to love families, characters & their world you don't want to let go.

Re: Blood Therapy (5:49am October 24, 2012):

It must feel absolutely amazing to have your books as best sellers. Well done.

Re: Sultry With A Twist (7:36am October 20, 2012):

People really are incredibly - lets say naive.

Re: Return Of The Border Warrior (6:31pm October 18, 2012):

No secret treasure to share.

Re: Death, Taxes, and a Sequined Clutch (4:42am October 18, 2012):

It's not all fair. People get hurt.

Re: Tall, Dark, and Divine (9:08am October 17, 2012):

I love the mythology and I love Historical reads.

Re: Shattered Silence (10:43pm October 14, 2012):

Just the thought of a Texas Ranger conjures up an image. I wonder why there are so few for such a large state?

Re: In The Barrister's Bed (6:01am October 11, 2012):

I do love a man in uniform, though a sharp suit can be very sexy.

Re: Run The Risk (5:59am October 11, 2012):

I'll go to the classics and say Rhett Butler, though he did redeem himself.

Re: Wild Encounter (1:23am October 7, 2012):

I hope I'm never tested, but I'm a fighter & survivor.

Re: Construction Beauty Queen (10:14pm September 30, 2012):

Small towns meant smallish schools for me. That's a plus.

Re: Until My Soul Gets It Right (10:09pm September 30, 2012):

I'm not in a book club. I like to read what I want, when I want.

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (8:30am September 29, 2012):

I know nothing about faro, but I do know that brainy is the new sexy.

Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess (5:54am September 25, 2012):

We moved around a lot when I was growing up, so it's not a place for me, but the people. Family makes me feel like I'm home.

Re: Seduction's Shift (5:07am September 23, 2012):

Panthers certainly get my attention. Incredibly beautiful creatures. I can see the appeal.

The series looks amazing. I would love to read TEMPTATION RISING thank you.

Re: Where There's A Will (8:52pm September 22, 2012):

I do love books inspired by favorite tales, such as THE UGLY DUCKLING and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.

Re: Charming Blue (8:48pm September 22, 2012):

I am looking forward to reading CHARMING BLUE. It looks like a fabulous read.

Re: Got Game? (8:46pm September 22, 2012):

I would love to read GOT GAME? thank you. It looks fabulous.

Re: Where There's A Will (7:00am September 21, 2012):

I do like the ugly duckling storyline. It's one of my favorites.

Re: Charming Blue (6:58am September 21, 2012):

You can't please every reader. So, just write your very best.

Re: Deadly Little Lies (10:20pm September 20, 2012):

I do still remember the books I was forced to dissect at school - torture. I also remember the books I loved growing up. Mostly because I re-read them so many times. BLACK BEAUTY among them.

Re: Resurrection Express (10:17pm September 20, 2012):

I always love the back story to writers & their works thank you.

Re: Deadly Little Lies (8:14am September 19, 2012):

I read & re-read all of Enid Blyton's books as a child. Her fairy stories I loved particularly.

Re: Three River Ranch (5:32am September 18, 2012):

I'm a very private person, so I don't post personal details over the Internet of myself or my children.

Re: The Curse (10:25pm September 16, 2012):

I have a Kindle, but still prefer hard copies.

Re: Chasing a Dream (11:12pm September 12, 2012):

If I am told I can't do something for whatever reason, I usually give it my best & prove them wrong.

Re: One Wrong Move (11:09pm September 12, 2012):

ONE WRONG MOVE looks amazing. Loved the excerpt.

Re: Temptation In A Kilt (10:31pm September 8, 2012):

Bad boys make for delicious reading. Not great at all in real life.

Re: A Cup Full Of Midnight (8:33am September 8, 2012):

I would love to read A CUP FULL OF MIDNIGHT. It looks incredible.

Re: In Rides Trouble (8:30am September 8, 2012):

IN RIDES TROUBLE looks incredible.

Re: Treacherous Toys (8:36am September 6, 2012):

TREACHEROUS TOYS looks fabulous!!

Re: Every Breath She Takes (5:49am September 4, 2012):

You certainly want your cover to match your story. I do notice covers, then I read the blurb. I would love to be considered for your SERVE AND PROTECT series.

Re: Death on a Longship (10:52pm September 2, 2012):

DEATH ON A LONG LONGSHIP looks fabulous.

Re: Death Where The Bad Rocks Live (8:07am September 2, 2012):

I don't think it's lazy. I think it makes prefect sense to write using your expertise.

Re: Immortally Yours (5:09am August 28, 2012):

So much fun. I just love " Sit, Sit,
SIT! Tips for Training Your HellHound "

Re: Blame It On Texas (11:04pm August 26, 2012):

A wonderful anecdote thank you. Laughter and a sense of humor is terribly important.

Re: Florentine's Hero (9:56pm August 25, 2012):

RODEO REBEL goes on my wish list. Fabulous!!

Re: Not the Marrying Kind (9:53pm August 25, 2012):

NOT THE MARRYING KIND looks absolutely fabulous.

Re: Bruja Brouhaha (9:04pm August 25, 2012):

Fascinating. The books all look so amazing.

Re: Allergic To Death (4:31am August 19, 2012):

Just fabulous!! I would love to read ALLERGIC TO DEATH thank you.

Re: Hearse And Buggy (10:50pm August 18, 2012):

LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE is a favorite, as are books featuring the Amish.

Re: Sweet Deception (8:02pm August 13, 2012):

I'm stubborn about a lot of things, but please don't touch my favorite coffee mug.

Re: The Bull Rider's Brother (11:25pm August 12, 2012):

I enjoyed the comparison. I wish you well with your writing.

Re: Seducing Cinderella (11:20pm August 12, 2012):

I do love "Ugly Duckling'. I know it's going to be a fun read.

Re: Wrong Bed, Right Guy (12:17pm August 12, 2012):

What a fun & exciting read!!!

Re: Hell On Wheels (9:02pm August 10, 2012):

It's all yummy!!

Re: Hearts Of Darkness (10:01pm August 9, 2012):

I imagine that a story goes through so many changes along the way.

Re: West of Want (7:04am August 9, 2012):

Tortured: I am drawn to a man in turmoil. At least in my reading.

Re: Wild Texas Rose (11:21pm August 7, 2012):

WILD TEXAS ROSE looks wonderful.

Re: A Brew To A Kill (11:19pm August 7, 2012):

Congratulations on your new release. It looks amazing.

Re: The Secret Mistress (9:45pm August 5, 2012):

I'm more than happy for the Beta Male to be the hero. They deserve to find love too.

Re: The Last Victim (9:44pm August 5, 2012):

I believe in following your internal guide.

Re: I Own The Dawn (6:58am August 5, 2012):

I love how deeply invested you are in your characters & writing.

Re: Married By Midnight (6:54am August 5, 2012):

Thank you for the insight, because sometimes you do wonder.

Re: Going To The Bad (6:22am August 5, 2012):

Sometimes the killing off of characters gives a story or series such a twist. I love that.

Re: Wicked At Heart (11:22pm July 28, 2012):

WICKED AT HEART looks like such an amazing read.

Re: Goddess in the Middle (11:54pm July 27, 2012):

GODDESS IN THE MIDDLE looks like an amazing read - in fact - they all do.

Re: Rosi's Time (6:08am July 27, 2012):

I love your honesty. I detected a wicked sense of humor beneath it all. Got to love that. I'd love to read your books & thereby help to promote them.

Re: Creating Fate (10:56pm July 23, 2012):

I follow my instincts more & more. I wish I had done earlier in life.

Re: Luscious (5:55am July 20, 2012):

The chemistry between the characters.

Re: The Officer Says I DO (5:53am July 20, 2012):

I heard this one a while back -

SWAG - Scientific Wild-A$$ Guess

Re: Jesse (6:00am July 14, 2012):

Yes please. I know I am in for a wonderful read.

Re: Gwen's Ghost (9:48pm July 12, 2012):

It's very interesting to learn about the thought process. The books look amazing.

Re: Dark Crossings (8:19pm July 12, 2012):

Amish stories are among my favorite. I would love to read DARK CROSSINGS thank you.

Re: The Reluctant Matchmaker (6:08am July 11, 2012):

My man & I are both on the short side, so that works. It must be a bit awkward when the height is greatly different.

Re: Deep Autumn Heat (5:33am July 7, 2012):

Taking my daughter out & about for driving lessons was certainly way out of my comfort zone.

Re: Lord Of Fire And Ice (12:14pm July 6, 2012):

LORD OF FIRE AND ICE looks absolutely wonderful!!

Re: My Lady Mage (2:02am July 4, 2012):

This sounds like a very exciting read & indeed the series too.

Re: It Begins with a Kiss (1:55am July 4, 2012):

I'm looking forward to reading all of these stories. Just wonderful thank you.

Re: Wicked Nights (11:57pm June 29, 2012):

I think I fall in love with so many of the characters I read. Some I love to loathe too.

Re: Lady Amelia's Mess And A Half (8:55am June 29, 2012):

GONE WITH THE WIND would be mine & just like you I want Rhett to give a damn.

Re: Invitation To Scandal (7:21am June 26, 2012):

I'd like to be me, just a younger me. I'd dread being anyone else.

Re: Sins Of The Angels (9:09pm June 25, 2012):

They sound totally reasonable to me. Interesting thank you.

Re: Starlight (9:06pm June 25, 2012):

Polly & Alex talking in the Church. The Weavers Union.

Re: Into The Darkest Corner (7:48pm June 23, 2012):

I don't belong to a book club. There are none around here. I should start one up.

Re: Her Forbidden Hero (7:53am June 20, 2012):

I appreciate the authenticity, but I can forgive 'poetic license'.

Re: Honorable Rancher (7:50am June 20, 2012):

I grew up in a family that inhales books. The house was full of bookcases & books. I don't think we were ever taught to read, we just did it.

Re: The Casanova Code (11:45pm June 18, 2012):

WANTED: An intelligent, witty, good-natured, kind-hearted man.

Re: No Ordinary Sheriff (11:39pm June 17, 2012):

I can't believe I haven't read any of this series yet. It looks wonderful.

Re: Grill Me, Baby (6:18am June 17, 2012):

Everything my Mother cooks brings back memories. She used to spoil us & still does.

Re: The Wild Wood Enquiry (7:50am June 14, 2012):

I'm thinking that the village is laid out around a ring road. Perhaps around a village 'square'. It could also have come from the locals cutting "Around Ringford Way" down to Round Ringford. I did consider the children's rhyme RING AROUND THE ROSY as well.

Re: A Fatal Fleece (9:36pm June 12, 2012):

The entire series looks amazing. I'm looking forward to reading them all.

Re: Joy Ride (9:57pm June 10, 2012):

I can't imagine not reading. I love fiction, but we have a wonderful selection of non-fiction on our book shelves as well.

Re: About Last Night (10:42pm June 9, 2012):

WONDERFUL THANK YOU!!! Loving this

Re: Chosen Ones (10:39pm June 8, 2012):

I'm actually enjoying Dystopian right now. It fascinates.

Re: Copycat Killing (5:25am June 7, 2012):

I have a crush on the boys on SUPERNATURAL. Tres embarrassing!!

Re: Diamonds Are Truly Forever (6:29am June 5, 2012):

Sometimes the absolute truth can cause a great deal of harm. I don't set out to lie, but I may not want to hurt someone either.

Re: Her Highness, The Traitor (10:46pm June 1, 2012):

I love my history wrapped up in a fabulous book.

Re: Seeker Of Shadows (8:18am May 31, 2012):

I read a much hyped book a while ago. It had won awards & had rave reviews. I will NOT name it. I found it so disjointed. I wondered if any of these people had actually read it.

Re: The Homesteader's Sweetheart (5:50am May 30, 2012):

I don't know that I do have a favorite book with a single Dad. Interesting though.

Re: Finding Her Son (8:45am May 28, 2012):

A great list. I like my heroes to be intelligent & witty.

Re: The Rebel Rancher (12:45pm May 27, 2012):

There are real life heroes. You just need to know where to look.

Re: The Taming Of A Scottish Princess (9:01am May 24, 2012):

I'll take a sexy, nerd hero any day. I like my men intelligent.

Re: The Reason Is You (9:25am May 22, 2012):

If I have a vested interest in what the characters are up to, I will not want to put the book down.

Re: Deadly Secrets, Loving Lies (5:51am May 19, 2012):

IRON MAN/Tony Stark: the wit & charm are immeasurable.

Re: The Courtesan's Lover (12:16pm May 18, 2012):

A new author for me. Fabulous!!

Re: A Wild Night's Bride (9:17pm May 16, 2012):

I would love to read A WILD NIGHT'S BRIDE thank you. YUMMY!!!

Re: Night Walker (9:15pm May 16, 2012):

Accents are amazing!!! I love most of the European accents & British of course.

Re: The Wedding Beat (9:05am May 15, 2012):

I had dreams, but the reality was better.

Re: Pretty Amy (12:40pm May 11, 2012):

What a wonderful post. Being a teenager can be a crazy time. PRETTY AMY looks amazing.

Re: Hannah's Joy (2:27am May 8, 2012):

I do love reading Amish fiction. Yes please!!

Re: Royal Street (9:59pm May 6, 2012):

I'd date any kind of pirate, undead or not. They would need to have a grasp of personal hygiene though.

Re: Tempting the Best Man (10:04pm May 5, 2012):

HOT is **GOOD**.

Re: Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal (6:13am May 4, 2012):

Not an impossible choice, but certainly one that took courage.

Re: Under His Protection (5:23am April 29, 2012):

Alpha heroes make for delicious reading!!

Re: The Vampire Shrink (10:03am April 28, 2012):

I have not had any ghostly encounters. I think I would freak out if I did.

Re: Enraptured (10:09pm April 26, 2012):

Snape from HARRY POTTER eve though he turned out to be a hero in the end.

Re: Homefront Hero (8:36am April 26, 2012):

There is something sweet & genuine about reluctant heroes.

Re: Somebody To Love (11:10pm April 25, 2012):

I seem to start fresh about every ten years. Life is certainly not dull.

Re: No Dress Required (9:25pm April 21, 2012):

I have been seeking out stand alones lately, but I do enjoy both.

Re: One Month To Become A Mum (9:01am April 20, 2012):

I do enjoy reading Medical Romances.

Re: The Zen Man (8:51am April 19, 2012):

MONK is always a favorite. A brilliant, but troubled individual.

Re: The Fallen Woman of Vil?gos (9:26am April 17, 2012):

FALLEN WOMAN OF VILAGOS looks wonderful.

Re: A Plain Death (12:17pm April 15, 2012):

Thank you for sharing. This was just wonderful. I love that you were continually surprised.

Re: Trouble Me (3:27pm April 9, 2012):

TROUBLE ME looks like a wonderful read thank you.

Re: The Devil and Miss Jones (2:04am April 8, 2012):

A great title is all important. THE DEVIL AND MISS JONES does beg for attention. I like clever titles that give you a glimpse of what to expect. I'm thinking Jane Austen right now.

Re: One Hot Cowboy Wedding (2:00am April 8, 2012):

ALL OF THE ABOVE!!! How could you doubt it?

Re: Vigilare (8:34am April 7, 2012):

I think a heroine is too tough is she cannot be flexible.

Re: Lessons After Dark (1:43am April 7, 2012):

Just fabulous thank you. I do like friends to lovers.

Re: Woodrose Mountain (8:46pm April 5, 2012):

WOODROSE MOUNTAIN looks like a wonderful read. I have added it to my wish list.

Re: Wedded In Scandal (3:17am April 4, 2012):

If you have a hero in the story that is commanding, & the rest, it's going to be a great read.

Re: In Search of Lucy (5:50am March 31, 2012):

Road trips are a brilliant way to get to know characters.

Re: A Light On The Veranda (5:20am March 31, 2012):

What a fascinating post thank you.

Re: True Highland Spirit (5:18am March 31, 2012):

I like to see intelligence, wit & independence.

Re: Vicki's Key (10:39pm March 28, 2012):

A Celtic accent just resonates. It sounds sexy. They could read off a grocery list & I'd fall for them.

Re: Texas Baby Sanctuary (9:12am March 28, 2012):

My favorite book of all time is set in Texas, so I love them.

Re: The Wings Of Morning (8:27pm March 26, 2012):

I would love to read THE WINGS OF MORNING thank you. It looks wonderful.

Re: Sex, Lies and Contracts (5:12am March 24, 2012):

I like heroes that are selfless & intelligent.

Re: Sticks and Stones (5:53am March 22, 2012):

I'd write a book with my daughter. She is clever, if I do say so myself.

Re: Cassie's Grand Plan (11:07pm March 21, 2012):

We have some amazing parks. Beautiful all year round.

Re: Neil's Fire (9:25pm March 19, 2012):

Thank you for sharing today.

Re: The Needle In The Blood (5:36am March 16, 2012):

It is fascinating. Imagine the thinking that went on in creating the tapestries.

Re: A Seal In Wolf's Clothing (5:35am March 16, 2012):

HOT & SEXY all the way.

Re: Hellsbane (6:41pm March 15, 2012):

I find noise & music distracting & I don't write.

Re: Rule Of Three (9:48am March 13, 2012):

I'd be up for a double homicide.

Re: Sketch a Falling Star (4:58am March 12, 2012):

I love it when the characters I am reading about kidnap me. Nothing better than losing yourself.

Re: Against The Night (8:41am March 9, 2012):

I love movies too. I have seen all the movies you named. I'm a fan of the classics.

Re: Fever (11:43pm March 7, 2012):

BRILLIANT!!

Re: Sweet Enemy (9:50pm March 7, 2012):

I anticipate enjoying the repartee between the hero & heroine. It's the verbal 'dance' I enjoy.

Re: Dire Needs (10:06pm March 5, 2012):

Cookies & Wolves - it does not get much better than that!!

Re: The Rodeo Man's Daughter (5:08am March 3, 2012):

I have never been to a reunion, unless you count family.

Re: A Sliver Of Shadow (8:32pm February 29, 2012):

Instant love is not terribly realistic, but it is romantic.

Re: Miss Hillary Schools a Scoundrel (9:57pm February 28, 2012):

It would have to be the use of technology for sure. Also the subjects would be very different.

Re: Clobbered By Camembert (9:43pm February 25, 2012):

The series looks fabulous & I do love my cheese.

Re: The Risque Target (11:50pm February 23, 2012):

I was intelligence, a quick wit & a devil-may-care attitude.

Re: King of Darkness (3:40am February 23, 2012):

I love tea & coffee, in equal amounts. Both part of my daily routine.

Re: Courting His Favorite Nurse (7:05am February 22, 2012):

People die in hot air balloons. I think I'll stay on the ground thank you.

Re: The Last Beginning (9:30pm February 21, 2012):

Valentine's is not a big deal for us. I want love & adoration all year thank you & vice versa.

Re: The Legacy Of Eden (9:27pm February 21, 2012):

You can use your imagination in conjunction with information.

Re: The Night Is Mine (7:53pm February 16, 2012):

I have had moments where I found an inner strength I never knew was there. It's liberating.

Re: A Scandalous Countess (4:37am February 11, 2012):

Nothing to add about the Georgian period, but that I should read more of it. I forgot how amazing it can be.

Re: A Fitting End (4:34am February 11, 2012):

I have no idea: maybe food or garden related - landscaping.

Re: Stud (8:05am February 9, 2012):

Generally movies don't live up to the book. LORD OF THE RINGS is the exception. It surpassed the book.

Re: Darkest Highlander (7:09pm February 6, 2012):

Since I love reading both magic & history, this is the perfect mix for me.

Re: The Lord Of Illusion (7:07pm February 4, 2012):

Healing of course. Just imagine how much good you could do.

Re: Far from Here (7:04pm February 4, 2012):

My creativity runs in the form of knitting, sewing crochet & embroidery. I think it says I listened to my Mother.

Re: The Lord Of Illusion (9:44pm February 3, 2012):

I would love the power to manipulate time. I could erase mistakes & find TIME do to everything I want.

Re: Chosen By Sin (7:07am February 1, 2012):

A very interesting post thank you. CHOSEN BY SIN looks amazing.

Re: The Stubborn Dead (11:17pm January 28, 2012):

I've still got all my daughter's My Little Pony's. They are cute. I have an extensive collection of books.

Re: Double Dare (9:55pm January 27, 2012):

Men in uniforms - any of them - military, firemen etc. I like my heroes brave & bold.

Re: Fever (11:19pm January 25, 2012):

Thank you for the wonderful interview. I don't make resolutions either.

Re: Amazon Heat (8:34pm January 24, 2012):

I prefer a full length book. I usually find with novellas I am just getting in to the story & it ends.

Re: Falling For The Fireman (8:31pm January 24, 2012):

Firemen are real life heroes. That translates well into a story.

Re: Dreamers (6:55pm January 21, 2012):

Now you have me thinking. What would I say: work, family interests??

Re: Sex, Lies and Surveillance (12:45pm January 19, 2012):

I can't go past Maxwell Smart. Such a bumbling lovable spy.

SEX, LIES & SURVEILLANCE looks amazing. Thank you for the excerpt.

Re: Lure of Song and Magic (7:14pm January 18, 2012):

THE LURE OF SONG AND MAGIC looks wonderful. I love a little magic in my life. I think there is magic in the most unexpected places. A warm hug or a kind word can be magic for example. It's not all treasure & gloss.

Re: Made For Marriage (2:10am January 17, 2012):

You have to put yourself out there. Make connections.

Re: Scrumptious (9:24pm January 16, 2012):

I just fell into my present profession. My life took a turn did not expect, for the better I may add.

Re: Dylan (10:13pm January 15, 2012):

Cowboys make me SIGH!! There is something rather special about them.

Re: Sins Of The Highlander (7:28am January 12, 2012):

Cold water will unman a man, so I hear. Loved the excerpt!! My must have trait would be a quick wit.

Re: Bride By Mistake (4:41am January 12, 2012):

I do enjoy reading stories about marriages of convenience. If I had to choose for myself, I would not want anyone famous. Just an honest, decent, hard working man who I would grow to love & he me.

Re: A Demon Does It Better (5:33am January 3, 2012):

I think it would be too scary. Happy to read it though.

Re: Sweet Reward (3:17am January 2, 2012):

Tortured characters come with a past. They tend to be vulnerable in ways they are not even aware of.

Re: The More the Terrier (5:48pm December 31, 2011):

I plan to lead a more settled life. 2011 was a bit of an upheaval year.

Wishing you A Happy New Year.

Re: The Angel Of Blythe Hall (4:45am December 31, 2011):

Apart from my children I don't think I have ever received a truly unexpected gift.

Re: Lover's Leap (11:13pm December 29, 2011):

The books look & sound wonderful. I would love to begin this series.

Re: Mozart's Last Aria (9:28pm December 27, 2011):

I would absolutely love to read MOZART'S LAST ARIA. It looks amazing.

Re: The Last Slayer (8:16pm December 26, 2011):

Character interviews are always enlightening.

Re: Finding Felicity (4:13am December 23, 2011):

Merry Christmas & thank you for the words you write!!

Re: Lady Seductress's Ball (7:47pm December 20, 2011):

I made Chocolate/Chocolate Chip Cookies: to die for.

Re: Sleight Of Paw (9:00pm December 18, 2011):

Every single photograph of me I look like I have been into the booze. Shocking!!

Re: Shield of Fire (9:51pm December 9, 2011):

You can't go past T-Shirts for teen boys. I find there are some great shirts around.

Re: Dreaming Of The Wolf (7:10pm December 8, 2011):

DREAMING OF THE WOLF looks amazing. You can't beat Chicken Soup.

Re: Wild Thing (5:20am December 5, 2011):

Opposites do attract, but not always for long term. Too different & there may be conflict.

Re: Beyond The Darkness (5:36pm December 4, 2011):

My life is an ever shifting pattern. Each fork in the road has led to adventures & misadventures.

Re: Hot Zone (7:12pm December 2, 2011):

I have an iPad 2 on my wish list. Maybe???

Re: Hunter Of Shadows (7:07pm December 2, 2011):

I love to be surprised. That makes me come back for more.

Re: Acquainted with the Night (12:52pm December 1, 2011):

I'm intrigued. Loved reading the research notes.

Re: The Earl's Mistaken Bride (2:26am November 30, 2011):

I am an optimist. I can always see past the problem or incident. I would love to read THE EARL'S MISTAKEN BRIDE

Re: She Can Run (5:42pm November 29, 2011):

I love reading Historical Romance. The different rules for courtship are fascinating. The etiquette intrigues.

Re: Miss Darcy Falls in Love (4:53am November 28, 2011):

I'm looking forward to following Georgiana's journey.

Re: Waking Up Dead (11:42pm November 26, 2011):

I would love to read WAKING UP DEAD thank you.

Re: The Spy Who Left Me (7:45pm November 25, 2011):

I'm catching up on books on my reading list. It grows ever longer. I love that actually.

Re: A Crimson Warning (2:09am November 24, 2011):

I give thanks for my family, friends and my one true love.

Re: The Storm That Is Sterling (5:08am November 23, 2011):

My favorite tormented hero would have to be HOUSE. He qualifies right?? All that self destructive behavior. I want to save him from himself.

Re: The Return Of The Stranger (11:17pm November 20, 2011):

I have always loved the story of WUTHERING HEIGHTS. Such passion & angst.
I know I will enjoy THE RETURN OF THE STRANGER.

Re: Fortune's Son (9:37pm November 18, 2011):

FORTUNE'S SON looks wonderful. A fun character interview thank you.

Re: The Fallen Queen (9:55pm November 17, 2011):

"Les Miserables" would fit. Great story.

Re: The Highlander's Heart (11:15pm November 16, 2011):

I want a hero tortured by both - the leading lady & inner demons. I want him to fight for both.

Re: Genie Knows Best (9:25pm November 10, 2011):

A fabulous out-take thank you.

Re: The Last Rising (10:08pm November 9, 2011):

Caitrin from HEART'S BLOOD by Juliet Marillier ticks all the boxes for me.

Re: Risking Trust (4:59am November 9, 2011):

There is no such thing as perfection. Merely a dream. Who wants it anyway. It's the flaws that are often the most interesting.

Re: Engaged in Sin (7:08am November 6, 2011):

ENGAGED IN SIN looks like a wonderful read. Love the title.

Re: North of Need (7:02am November 6, 2011):

NORTH OF NEED looks like an amazing read.

Re: Liver Let Die (7:49am November 5, 2011):

Names are incredibly important. In life & literature.

Re: Enchanted Destiny (7:37pm November 4, 2011):

This was wonderful thank you.

Re: The Virtuoso (9:17am November 4, 2011):

I can imagine playing the role of fate could be a lot of fun. The books all sound amazing.

Re: Always a Temptress (9:15am November 4, 2011):

Having just finished THE HUNGER GAMES - that would be it right now.

Re: A Maverick For Christmas (2:25pm October 30, 2011):

I have a very large extended family. We support each other at all times.

Re: Radiant Desire (2:24pm October 30, 2011):

I agree about House. He has that magical allure, despite all his flaws.

Re: His Last Duchess (9:15pm October 27, 2011):

A very full day. Your work look wonderful.

Re: Ecstasy Untamed (11:08pm October 26, 2011):

STARDUST was a lot of fun. Loved the Lightning Catchers - the pirates.

Re: Dire Threads (3:05am October 23, 2011):

My Mother is a very creative woman. She taught us all the arts of sewing, knitting, crochet & embroidery.

Re: Haunting Embrace (4:04am October 22, 2011):

I love a heroine who has to tiptoe her way through another time period without too many blunders.

Re: Flawless (7:23pm October 20, 2011):

Bad boys can be redeemed, but cheating is a line they should never cross.

Re: Utterly Charming (8:34am October 19, 2011):

My favorite is BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. I just love the 'inner beauty' side of the story.

Re: Against The Storm (6:19am October 17, 2011):

I would not know how to begin a book let alone finish it.

Re: The Rose Garden (3:51am October 13, 2011):

The supporting cast is all important. They make a story three dimensional.

Re: Unleashed (1:09am October 11, 2011):

How about a dragon? Incredibly magic & powerful & rare.

Re: Chosen By Fate (8:29pm October 9, 2011):

I think all books are a mix of genres when it comes right down to it. Without this mix they would be a bit one dimensional.

Re: Roommates (8:17pm October 5, 2011):

I love the classic names: Charles, Thomas, Edward, George etc.

Re: Baer Truth (6:16pm October 4, 2011):

WOW!! Talk about opposites attracting. Yes please!!

Re: Chaos Tryst (8:21pm October 2, 2011):

I was extremely sea sick on a first date. Not a good look at all.

Re: The Norse King's Daughter (7:32pm September 29, 2011):

I don't think I have ever been in a reading slump. Too many wonderful books.

Re: Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star (10:49pm September 21, 2011):

LOVE myself some Darcy. Thank you!!

Re: Murder By Mocha (7:12pm September 20, 2011):

Cheese & Crackers are my weakness when it comes to snacks. Very more-ish.

Re: The Last Rising (8:41pm September 17, 2011):

LOVED this post. I could not stop laughing. Reality is not so romantic.

Re: To Sketch A Thief (11:47pm September 16, 2011):

When I am reading & come across a character with a name I cannot pronounce, even in my head, I assign them a descriptive name, like "alpha villain".

Re: The Dragon And The Pearl (9:27pm September 14, 2011):

I think most Historical stories work so beautifully when you can imagine the clothes that are particular for that era. Clothes they say don't make the man, but they can't hurt.

Re: Out in Blue (7:20pm September 13, 2011):

I love the fact that some Angels have the ability to heal.

Re: Stone Cold Seduction (8:02pm September 12, 2011):

Holding a loved one, would be a time when I am totally living in the moment.

Re: No Proper Lady (7:41pm September 12, 2011):

"Terminator meets My Fair Lady" - the mind boggles. On my list.

Re: Lord and Lady Spy (8:10pm September 8, 2011):

A great selection of actors. Some of my favorites. I love Clive Owen too.

Re: Deep Disclosure (9:30pm September 7, 2011):

I tend to live for now & plan for the future. The past brings up welcome & unwelcome memories, but that's part of life.

Re: Bel Air (7:42pm September 4, 2011):

My favorite Ice-Cream Chocolate/Chocolate/Chip.

Re: Sweet Justice (3:36am September 3, 2011):

I have not read about a villain creepy enough to really scare me. A movie - yes.

Re: Lady Of The English (2:47am September 2, 2011):

The two Historical ladies sound fascinating. They are both unknown to me, but not for long.

Re: Diaries Of An Urban Panther (5:23am August 31, 2011):

RUN: you would not see me for dust. I would be screaming all the way!!!

Re: Redeeming The Rogue (8:47pm August 30, 2011):

I have often read a book & not been ready to let characters go. This is where series can be brilliant.

Re: Claim Of Innocence (4:55pm August 29, 2011):

The dreaded virus hidden within an email. It's happened twice to me now. I had to wipe everything off, scrub the computer & start again.

Re: Ward Against Death (5:56pm August 27, 2011):

I'd be a travel writer or food critic. To be paid for something I love to do WOW!!!!

Re: The Bone House (4:00am August 23, 2011):

I love a good thriller. Your books all look amazing.

Re: Fall From Pride (5:41pm August 21, 2011):

The Amish do fascinate. I know only a little, but would certainly love to know more.

Re: The Edge Of Grace (5:40pm August 21, 2011):

Thank you for sharing. The insight was interestng & appreciated.

Re: The Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter (12:08pm August 16, 2011):

I need a satisfactory ending, it does not have to be happy.

Re: Spycatcher (8:59pm August 15, 2011):

A little background is always appreciated. It fills in gaps that you may not otherwise be made aware of. I like it when everything fits together.

Re: Fezariu's Epiphany (3:17am August 15, 2011):

I am so looking forward to reading all about the world of Elenchera.

Re: The Vampire Next Door (3:15am August 15, 2011):

Just fabulous!! I can't wait to read.

Re: Making Waves (12:53pm August 9, 2011):

You certainly got me thinking hard & long about actors fitting characters.

Re: Midnight Fear (6:54pm August 7, 2011):

It sounds like a very busy & hectic time, but I know as a reader I will appreciate the effort.

Re: Pleating for Mercy (1:11am August 6, 2011):

I don't know if it's a luxury past-time, but I love to knit. Reading of course.

Re: The Lady Of The Storm (6:19am August 4, 2011):

Thank you for the insight. I like the idea of picturing you in the moment of a particular scene.

Re: Too Hot To Touch (7:11pm August 3, 2011):

My first crush was an older boy at school. I thought he was gorgeous.

Re: Lie for Me (4:51am August 2, 2011):

You would have to be able to justify the lie to yourself. It would weigh on your conscience no matter what.

Re: The Full Moon Bride (5:17am August 1, 2011):

"Bollywood in a Book" - I love that. I am sorry you are denigrated for your work. That saddens me.

Re: Notorious (5:25am July 29, 2011):

I can see myself scorning a chaperone & raising a few eyebrows.

Re: The Genesis Key (6:55pm July 28, 2011):

THE GENESIS KEY sounds great. I don't want to live past my expiration date. I want quality of life rather than quantity.

Re: What A Goddess Wants (6:52pm July 28, 2011):

Call it creative chaos!! I laughed reading this post. Keep writing & forget about the carpets.

Re: Chicks Kick Butt (7:02pm July 27, 2011):

Fabulous group of writers - on my list.

Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (5:14pm July 25, 2011):

Spelling mistakes are terrible to come across. I read a book once where the pages were out of sequence. I took the book back to the book store. I don't know if anything ever happened to rectify it after that.

Re: Undead And Undermined (6:25pm July 22, 2011):

You go right ahead & have your say. I enjoyed it immensely.

Re: Touch If You Dare (1:28am July 21, 2011):

A wonderful post. 5) He can't knit. - my favorite. I CAN knit, so we complement each other.

Re: In The Heat Of The Bite (7:29pm July 19, 2011):

The entire series looks amazing.

Re: Night Walker (5:17pm July 18, 2011):

I would not like to live forever, I think it would get very lonely.

Re: A Spark of Death (7:38pm July 15, 2011):

A SPARK OF DEATH looks wonderful. Yes please!!

Re: The Crepe Makers' Bond (5:47pm July 13, 2011):

Dogmatic: not imagined at all. Realistic & determined.

Re: Magnificent Passage (10:28pm July 12, 2011):

It is amazing how writing, & reading, tastes have changed with time.

Re: Just One Season In London (7:43pm July 11, 2011):

"JUST ONE SEASON IN LONDON" looks just wonderful. On my list.

Re: Runestone (8:48pm July 9, 2011):

Like most things, sexy is subjective. It's NOT all about the hot bod or smoldering looks. Intellect & a quick wit can be HOT!!

Re: Loved By A Warrior (8:53pm July 6, 2011):

Myths, legends and curses grew out of a way for people to explain their fear, superstitions & even traditions. Something happened & then it grew. Fascinating topic!!

Re: Break Out (7:45am July 4, 2011):

I can't think of any genres that should not be crossed. God writing is good writing.

Re: Wild and Unruly (12:28pm July 1, 2011):

Why wouldn't time travel be possible? Maybe it's already here but we just can't see it.

Re: Fallen (11:28pm June 29, 2011):

Thank you giving us the back info for FALLEN. I always appreciate it. It looks like an amazing read.

Re: Dying For Justice (8:06am June 28, 2011):

I don't dwell on worst case scenarios in my life. I'd rather focus on the positives. So no great fears that concern me. In fiction, personal safety would factor in to what I like to read.

Re: Night Veil (1:09am June 27, 2011):

BATMAN: a dark, tormented hero. Got to love that.

Re: Missing Persons (7:45am June 25, 2011):

Fascinating thank you. Chilling too. Amazing how the killers justified being a killer & a good person.

Re: Burning Skies (2:47am June 24, 2011):

Soaring up into the Heavens. How wonderful would that be?

Re: City Of Promise (6:26pm June 23, 2011):

I'm reading everything Terry Pratchett right now. Not my usual fare, but I am loving them.

Re: Demons Prefer Blondes (11:51pm June 20, 2011):

I don't want realistic, that's the whole point of reading romance - to escape the every day.

Re: Under a Desert Sky (8:32pm June 18, 2011):

HEA means finally making a true, lasting connection.

Re: Virgin (1:04am June 17, 2011):

"He's never met anyone who made him purr..." - that is such a wonderful line.

Re: Louisa And The Missing Heiress (2:53am June 15, 2011):

I do it all the time, especially with historical fiction. I become so immersed in the story I don't leave off when finished.

Re: Hard Bitten (10:04pm June 14, 2011):

The visit to the library is always greatly anticipated. You never know what treasures you will unearth.

Re: Blood Of The Wicked (7:19pm June 13, 2011):

I think being intuitive, or following your instincts, may have been considered witchcraft at one time.

Re: When Tony Met Adam (8:49pm June 12, 2011):

Congratulations!! To have that recognition in books & film. Impressive.

Re: Heart of the Highland Wolf (8:59pm June 8, 2011):

Highlanders & werewolves actually sounds like a good fit.

Re: Frostbound (6:36pm June 7, 2011):

Vampires, hellhounds, demons: YES PLEASE!!!

Re: Cover of Darkness (6:09pm June 5, 2011):

COVER OF DARKNESS looks amazing. Not just the cover, but the premise is most promising.

Re: Forced to Kill (7:57am June 4, 2011):

Very interesting post. FORCED TO KILL looks amazing.

Re: The Soldier (8:04am June 2, 2011):

Family is all important. Unconditional love.

Re: The Gin & Chowder Club (5:56pm May 31, 2011):

That's a wonderful list of inspired reading.

Re: Jump (6:45pm May 27, 2011):

JUMP looks fascinating. I can't wait to read it.

Re: Mind Games (7:09pm May 25, 2011):

That's a great list. I'd be too scared of being caught to stalk. Happy to idolize from a distance.

Re: Dirty (2:44am May 22, 2011):

As a reader I don't have a problem with self published books as long as the quality is there: grammar & editing for example.

Re: SEALed Forever (7:01pm May 20, 2011):

Any story with a SEAL in it automatically goes on my list.

Re: It Happened On Maple Street (4:38pm May 19, 2011):

IT HAPPENED ON MAPLE STREET is already on my list. An important read.

Re: Awaken The Highland Warrior (6:34pm May 18, 2011):

Desired & imagined - absolutely. Actual? Who knows really?

Re: Ashes Of The Earth (6:01pm May 17, 2011):

Fight for survival. Brutality & death. Unpleasant would be an understatement.

Re: Wickedly Charming (1:17am May 16, 2011):

WICKEDLY CHARMING looks wonderful. It is now on my list.

Re: Grimoire (1:29am May 15, 2011):

Secondary characters give the story substance. They create interest & problems.

Re: The Hat (11:03pm May 11, 2011):

I have just come back from visiting my Mother. A joy as always.

Re: A Family Affair (5:47pm May 6, 2011):

Families are a living, breathing organism made up of many different parts. Each day brings new joy & challenges.

Re: Love Drunk Cowboy (7:46am May 4, 2011):

It wouldn't take a thing I'm not a high heels girl at all.

Re: The Legend Of Michael (12:46pm May 2, 2011):

Strength of character & honor.

Re: Bastian (6:39pm May 1, 2011):

You had me at Vestal Virgins. BASTIAN looks like an amazing read.

Re: Total Abandon (6:46pm April 30, 2011):

I love the fact that we can choose our reading medium. I still prefer hard copies, though my KINDLE is wonderful.

Re: Heart of Deception (6:51pm April 29, 2011):

Hats make my head hot & give me a headache so needless to say I am NOT a hat person. I saw some amazing hats & head pieces at the Royal Wedding though. Divine.

Re: My Favorite Countess (4:11am April 28, 2011):

Is DR GREGORY HOUSE a hero? Perhaps not, but certainly fascinating.

Re: Never A Gentleman (1:32am April 27, 2011):

I have not read NEVER A GENTLEMAN - yet, but I know I will. It sounds wonderful.

Re: The Alchemy of Desire (6:01pm April 25, 2011):

I like the strong silent type. Someone who is intelligent & sincere.

Re: The Devil in Disguise (3:08am April 23, 2011):

I like to read back stories. Upcoming books.

Re: Hidden Embers (8:04am April 22, 2011):

I love Autumn. The cool nights & mornings & warm sunny days. Just wonderful.

Re: Blood Sin (6:23pm April 21, 2011):

"gothic vampire romance for adults" THANK YOU!!!! Love the cover.

Re: It Happened On Maple Street (4:49pm April 19, 2011):

50 stop blog tour actually sounds like fun. Not to you perhaps.

Re: A Marriage of Inconvenience (4:25am April 16, 2011):

I am a control freak. I can't recall any characters with this particular bent.

Re: Drip Dead (7:50pm April 15, 2011):

The kids asked some revealing questions, obviously with a lot of thought behind them. Sounds wonderful!!

Re: Cowboy Fever (5:55pm April 13, 2011):

I could quite easily get COWBOY FEVER. There is something rather wonderful.

Re: Demons Are A Girl's Best Friend (5:56pm April 12, 2011):

Love witch books. It's the possibility of magic making anything & everything happen.

Re: Vowed In Shadows (4:57pm April 11, 2011):

Cathy from "Wutherings Heights". Such tortured & encompassing love. I admire strength in my heroines. Cathy may not exactly fit this but to feel such excruciating passion in one's life.....

Re: Deadly Ties (6:49pm April 10, 2011):

I had this problem with work colleagues to the point that I was forced out simply because they thought they could say & do whatever they liked to me & I should just take it. I was unemployed but free.

Re: Haunting Desire (4:39am April 7, 2011):

I wish I knew some Celtic Legends to be able to choose a favorite. The book looks amazing.

Re: Snowball in Hell (4:37am April 7, 2011):

How can anyone find historical fiction boring? I am in shock. I could always read their share as well.

Re: The Shadow Guard (3:16am April 5, 2011):

I actually don't think I would like to. I would prefer my imagination. Reality may not be what I would expect. I may be disappointed

Re: Play Me (7:56am March 29, 2011):

I agree about the language. It makes the love/sex scenes coarse & vulgar. Otherwise within the context of a story - why not?

Re: A Lot Like Love (6:00pm March 24, 2011):

A quiet house & a cup of tea. The wine would just knock me out. So best not during the day.

Re: Laird of Darkness (8:02am March 23, 2011):

Fresh Heroines: I love the sound of that. Unconventional & bold makes for great reading.

Re: Hummingbird Lake (6:55pm March 22, 2011):

I absolutely love all your covers & of course the contents inside. I'm looking forward to reading HUMMINGBIRD LAKE.

Re: Highland Heat (6:36pm March 21, 2011):

I do love my Highlanders. They have a little something extra. The book looks wonderful.

Re: An Unlikely Countess (3:40am March 19, 2011):

I love how marrying up to further one's position is highly commendable. This makes for great reading.

Re: Angel Sister (2:31am March 18, 2011):

21 books is impressive. I look forward to reading ANGEL SISTER very much. My childhood memories are all good. They make me smile just thinking about them.

Re: So Close The Hand Of Death (2:33am March 15, 2011):

I would fight with every breath if everything, or rather everyone, I held dear was in jeopardy.

Re: It Happened One Bite (1:06am March 14, 2011):

A coven of Scottish witches. Heavenly!! Wrong word really but I don't care.

Re: Angel's Rest (3:17am March 12, 2011):

I think it is very helpful if writers tuck their genres under different pen names.

Re: What I Did For A Duke (4:45pm March 10, 2011):

My sister introduced me to your books & I am so pleased she did. Fingers crossed!!

Re: Taste Me (4:20pm March 9, 2011):

Sandra Brown writes stories that draw me in every time.

Re: Staying At Daisy's (4:43pm March 7, 2011):

Oh, I would love to stay at Daisy's. Sounds wonderful.

Re: Animal Magnetism (2:34am March 5, 2011):

I believe even I could be inspired if I had such a delicious encounter. A MUST read book obviously.

Re: Scandal of the Year (2:48am March 4, 2011):

I love the idea of moving into the era of motor vehicles. Liberating!!

Re: Treasure Me (2:44am March 3, 2011):

I do enjoy the inside peeks & the first sentence is all important to me.

Re: Wicked Seduction (4:17pm March 2, 2011):

Not madness as I perceive it, more of a creative bent.

Re: Against the Law (2:06am March 1, 2011):

I actually check The New York Times list so I know what else to add to my TBR pile. Congratulations!! That's massive.

Re: His, Unexpectedly (4:58pm February 25, 2011):

Road trips either bring out the worst or the best of my family. A revelation either way.

Re: Storm Of Reckoning (5:22pm February 19, 2011):

I always appreciate knowing the thought behind the writing. I often have wondered how you know when & how to move the 'chess pieces' around to a very satisfying conclusion.

Re: Beneath The Night Tree (2:31am February 18, 2011):

My own first love did not go well. We had nothing much in common & he loved himself more than me. Sad, but true.

Re: Outcast Mine (4:42pm February 17, 2011):

Fascinated by the writing process. I can't imagine how hard a collaboration must be. Well done!!

Re: RiverTime (2:43am February 16, 2011):

WOW!! Love the premise. It sounds like a great debut read to me.

Re: Love Me If You Dare (1:24am February 14, 2011):

I received a Valentine's Chocolate rose from the office manager today (Female). She put one in each tray. It was such a sweet gesture.

Re: True Colors (4:48pm February 13, 2011):

Someone mentioned 'Lost' already, but the heat between Kate & the delicious bad-boy Sawyer were wonderful.

Re: Breaking the Rules (12:13pm February 13, 2011):

Tea today. I would never dare order a suggestively named drink. Fun to read through though.

Re: Dangerous Secrets (4:08pm February 11, 2011):

My life has been all about changes & surprises I feel.

Re: The Mistress' House (1:25am February 11, 2011):

A touch, a glance. The rules & manners make it like a dance. Must read!!

Re: Society's Most Disreputable Gentleman (4:14pm February 9, 2011):

I love reading about bad boys. I don't WANT them tamed too much. Just enough to be even more lovable.

Re: Deadly Ties (4:55pm February 7, 2011):

It takes great courage to leave. I can't wait to read how you managed to see both sides.

Re: Midnight Caller (3:47pm February 6, 2011):

Sounds like a great read. Well done!!

Re: These Things Hidden (3:45pm February 6, 2011):

Being a good mother means living for the small moments & planning ahead for the larger ones. To love unconditionally & be loved in return.

Re: Midnight Caller (6:13pm February 5, 2011):

No matter how opposite, it is the'something in common' that I find compelling.

Re: The Mysterious Lady Law (5:23pm February 4, 2011):

When a man writes a woman fantasies MUST creep in.

Re: The Irish Princess (3:24am February 2, 2011):

Another book of yours I know I will not be able to put down. THANK YOU!!

Re: Burning Darkness (4:53pm January 31, 2011):

Cruelty of the basest kind would never be forgiven. Think rape, bestiality etc.

Re: Haunting Jasmine (4:15pm January 30, 2011):

The best ideas can come from nowhere. It's what you do with them once they appear that counts. Well done!!

Re: Wild Man Creek (5:09pm January 29, 2011):

Thank you for the wonderful journey through Virgin River. Loved it!!!

Re: The Werewolf Upstairs (5:07pm January 28, 2011):

Without authors we don't have books & stories and without books & stories I would go insane.

Re: Eternal Prey (4:30pm January 26, 2011):

Shallow & fun is great and so are Alpha Males.

Re: At Hidden Falls (4:49pm January 25, 2011):

Early books - Enid Blyton. I would lose myself with the pixies & with the Adventure series.

Re: Stroke of Midnight (4:16pm January 24, 2011):

I enjoyed 'meeting' with you.

Re: Mercy Blade (2:23pm January 23, 2011):

Thank you for a taste of Witch Central.

Re: Deadly Heat (5:01pm January 22, 2011):

I like wit, humour, dark at times is good.

Re: The Paris Secret (2:01am January 21, 2011):

Librarians are my favorite kind of people. Book lovers.

Re: Ten Ruby Trick (2:22pm January 20, 2011):

My favorite rogue has been mentioned. Johnny Depp makes a lovable rogue.

Re: Yours For The Taking (2:30pm January 19, 2011):

My dream work day would be shorter hours & no problems.

Re: Dreams' Dark Kiss (5:32pm January 18, 2011):

I can't say that I have a muse. My mother perhaps. She is incredible.

Re: Highborn (8:59pm January 17, 2011):

You are NOT a terrible blogger. It was fun & informative.

Re: Stay Tuned For Murder (9:20pm January 16, 2011):

I loved the tips. Well done!!

Re: Real Wifeys (4:24pm January 15, 2011):

It makes a great deal of sense to write from within. If that means different genres - wonderful.

Re: Pleasure Me (12:37pm January 14, 2011):

I love losing myself in another time & space. I love the love.

Re: Nocturne (3:34pm January 13, 2011):

Lust at first sight - yes. Love at first sight - yes please!!

Re: Kiss At Your Own Risk (3:38pm January 12, 2011):

Here in Australia we are experiencing weather & floods & disaster that would break most. Australians are tough & resilient. When we get knocked down, we come back up fighting. I live in the town of Toowoomba, QLD that first experienced the disastrous, deadly flash floods that then swept on to other communities. We have picked ourselves up & asked what can we do to help? We grieve, we hurt, we mourn & we look to the future.

Re: Wicked Seduction (5:27pm January 11, 2011):

I have had my moments of beastliness. It's family - all is forgiven.

Re: The Fire In Ember (2:58am January 10, 2011):

Historical Romance would be my favorite genre whether the heroine is a princess or not.

Re: Mercy Kill (9:31pm January 9, 2011):

Reading about it does not empower me. Living it does.

Re: Night Promises (5:15pm January 8, 2011):

NIGHT PROMISES looks like a great read. I wish you every success with your writing career.

Re: Senseless (3:33pm January 7, 2011):

I have never connected a particular song to a book or character even.

Re: Fatal Justice (4:46pm January 6, 2011):

I can't wait to read more. Well done I say!!

Re: I Dream of Genies (4:24pm January 5, 2011):

I love magic in my stories. Having to write it - I wish you every success!!

Re: Against The Wind (4:43pm January 4, 2011):

I appreciate trilogies. They feel complete. Like a great mini-series on television.

Re: Real Vampires Have More To Love (4:41pm January 4, 2011):

There would be eons of change. It is truly mind boggling.

Re: Master Of Smoke (4:39pm January 4, 2011):

Love the strong message threaded throughout. I WILL be reading.

Re: Deadly Identity (4:32pm December 30, 2010):

All good advice.

Re: Cowboys Never Cry (4:18pm December 29, 2010):

Taking characteristics from real flesh & blood people make characters in story more well-rounded.

Re: Red Ink (6:17pm December 28, 2010):

I'm glad you took the leap into parts unknown.

Re: Dark Angel, The Chosen, Soulmate (4:09pm December 27, 2010):

I'm so into Terry Pratchett right now. My daughter introduced me & I'm hooked.

Re: Haunted Honeymoon (4:06pm December 27, 2010):

There is a GREAT deal of comfort in a good story, nay a GREAT story.

Re: Pay Up (2:57pm December 23, 2010):

I need my heroines to be strong. They don't need the man to rescue them, though that is fun to read.

Re: Double Cross (5:46pm December 22, 2010):

I'm a neat freak. It's a blessing & a curse.

Re: Murder In Plain Sight (4:18pm December 20, 2010):

The Amish Appeal draws us back to traditions long past that survive in a very modern world. Fascinating!!

Re: The Viking's Captive (4:17pm December 20, 2010):

Books can age very well. My bookcase is testament to that.

Re: The Winter Sea (4:16pm December 20, 2010):

I loved reading the difference between an historian & a writer. The Winter Sea looks like an amazing read.

Re: Precious and Fragile Things (5:03pm December 17, 2010):

"Precious and Fragile Things" sounds wonderful. I look forward to reading more.

Re: Like Clockwork (4:35am December 17, 2010):

I am new to the term Steam-punk but love the idea of it.

Re: Icecapade (4:06am December 17, 2010):

Romance & murder are a perfect combination. I can't wait to read more.

Re: Unguarded (4:04am December 17, 2010):

My daughter introduced me to Terry Pratchett - I am hooked.

Re: The Spy Who Saved Christmas (4:02am December 17, 2010):

My Mother makes a divine steamed pudding - not exactly baked but it's a favorite.

Re: Wolf Fever (3:24am December 17, 2010):

I appreciate fresh. I look for it & crave it.

Re: The Heir (3:22am December 17, 2010):

I can't imagine that kind of fear. I lived with 6 siblings & 2 parents & the house was alive with noise until I fell asleep. Very comforting.

Re: The Ghost Hunter (2:17am December 11, 2010):

England, London most of all. Just amazing!! I do love my history.

Re: It Happened On Maple Street (2:41pm December 9, 2010):

It's a sweet cover.

Re: Beneath The Thirteen Moons (5:01pm December 8, 2010):

I know opposites attract, it's getting them to stay together that often does not work out.

Re: All She Wants for Christmas (4:41pm December 7, 2010):

Small towns generate a different vibe in fiction as in life.

Re: Rajmund (4:40pm December 6, 2010):

Vampire Lords SHOULD be the ultimate bad boys. Thank you for that.

Re: Jane Slayre (4:56pm December 5, 2010):

Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" is read in our family every Christmas. Wonderful classic.

Re: Royal Blood (5:06pm December 4, 2010):

I love shopping for Christmas. I actually shop all year & buy when I do see the perfect gift.

Re: Sparks (3:34pm December 3, 2010):

Fabulous!! I found this very interesting & fun. I so want to read it.

Re: Twins Under His Tree (5:15pm December 2, 2010):

My father served in WWII. His memories have faded over time, but some things he never forgets.

Re: Outrageously Yours (4:24pm December 1, 2010):

The nerds of today generally rule the world tomorrow.

Re: No Way Out (5:01pm November 29, 2010):

Fabulous thanks!!

Re: Gemini Night (6:18pm November 27, 2010):

Brilliant insight thank you.

Re: Motor City Witch (5:09pm November 26, 2010):

Motor City Fae looks amazing. I must catch up with the rest of the series too.

Re: Holiday Sparks (5:07pm November 24, 2010):

Life without love is like running out of air.

Re: Her Kind of Hero (5:00pm November 23, 2010):

No friendship turned love for me. No happy ever after sadly.

Re: Dating Mr. December (4:55pm November 22, 2010):

I am inspired by the support I receive.

Re: Angel in My Arms (2:59am November 21, 2010):

I think French Resistance when I think of female spies. 'Angel in My Arms' sounds wonderful.

Re: Honky Tonk Christmas (5:00pm November 19, 2010):

We are not a country music household - more jazz, blues. I do appreciate a great country tune though.

Re: The Taming Of The Wolf (12:56pm November 19, 2010):

Sit & Stay - I laughed. Love it!!

Re: Swift Justice (5:11pm November 17, 2010):

I still approach Christmas with child-like wonder. My favorite holiday.

Re: Miracle Baby (5:08pm November 17, 2010):

My fairytale hero looks ordinary for want of a better word - no chiseled chin for example, but inside he is extraordinary.

Re: Somewhere Along the Way (2:08am November 17, 2010):

I can only imagine how hard you must work to write & write well. Bravo!!

Re: The Christmas Clock (5:01pm November 15, 2010):

I actively seek out Christmas books at this time of year.

Re: The 4th Victim (2:26am November 15, 2010):

Wow!! Sounds like fun.

Re: Falling Home (4:55pm November 12, 2010):

I loved high school. Probably because we Australians think differently.

Re: The Forever Queen (6:33pm November 11, 2010):

This sounds fabulous. I do love my history.

Re: Deadly Intent (2:17am November 11, 2010):

Their are a number of characters in Larry McMurtry's Lonesome Dove that I re-visit from time to time.

Re: While Galileo Preys (4:27pm November 9, 2010):

At 14 I certainly had no idea what I wanted to do. Brilliant that you did.

Re: Casting About (4:26pm November 8, 2010):

As a reader I am often drawn to stories based on fact rather than 'just' fiction.

Re: While Galileo Preys (12:48pm November 8, 2010):

Point 8 is my favorite.

Re: Holiday Grind (8:11am November 6, 2010):

My sister makes the divine Rumballs for Christmas. Soon now!!!

Re: The Devil She Knows (8:05am November 6, 2010):

We moved around a lot when I was a child. So no-one place holds memories. Just family.

Re: Holiday Grind (6:25pm November 5, 2010):

I associate food with all the holidays & family.

Re: The Snow Globe (6:10am November 5, 2010):

I have children, so snow globe moments are abundant. Thankfully!!

Re: No One Lives Twice (5:45pm November 2, 2010):

I love to laugh. Clever, witty writing is delicious.

Re: Holiday Affair (5:09pm November 1, 2010):

LOVE Christmas!!! It's family & love & laughter - great food too.

Re: Simply Irresistible (6:41pm October 29, 2010):

Reading about these sisters would be amazing. I just know it. Love the premise.

Re: An Accidental Seduction (5:28pm October 28, 2010):

Anyone who steps up into danger to help others. Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) for example.

Re: Mr. Darcy's Obsession (6:11pm October 27, 2010):

There can never be too much Austen. Love it myself.

Re: Pinned for Murder (6:04pm October 26, 2010):

I thoroughly enjoyed the insight.

Re: Dangerous To Know (5:46pm October 25, 2010):

Location plays a huge role in any book.

Re: You're All I Need (5:22pm October 24, 2010):

It pays to be organised.

Re: Crossing the Lion (6:56pm October 23, 2010):

I thoroughly enjoyed the insight. I am a list person.

Re: A Darcy Christmas (6:04pm October 22, 2010):

I just can't get enough of Darcy.

Re: Twilight Hunger (6:01pm October 21, 2010):

It takes great writing to get me into paranormal. Thank you.

Re: The Making of a Gentleman (6:13pm October 20, 2010):

I do enjoy being able to relate to books through my interests.

Re: Captive Spirit (3:26am October 20, 2010):

This was very interesting thank you.

Re: Pursuit of Justice (5:47pm October 18, 2010):

Give me suspense & I am yours.

Re: Grave Witch (7:30pm October 16, 2010):

Death can absolutely be a hero. Love the concept.

Re: Highland Hellcat (3:05am October 16, 2010):

Nothing beats a cuppa. Tea & conversation go hand in hand.

Re: Silver Serenade (7:11pm October 14, 2010):

I love a dastardly villain. If you are going to be bad than be very bad indeed. Great reading!!

Re: Backstage Pass (5:56pm October 13, 2010):

I look forward to reading more.

Re: The Secret History Of The Pink Carnation (6:12pm October 12, 2010):

We do tend to make assumptions about the past. That is why I love to hear the not so distant past first hand from those who have lived it.

Re: Sloane Hall (5:47pm October 11, 2010):

I never notice if the point of view is written by a man or a woman. I look only for writing that connects with me.

Re: Sazerac Seduction (5:41pm October 10, 2010):

My dream man would 'get' me. My humor, my foibles, my dreams. He would understand that my being a strong woman does NOT make him weak. On the contrary.

Re: Two Lethal Lies (6:09pm October 9, 2010):

I agree about Sam Worthington for Outlander. I must do this more when I read. It IS fun.

Re: The 2nd Lie (6:36pm October 8, 2010):

I was certainly feeling for you through your drama.

Re: Lord Lightning (5:43pm October 7, 2010):

I loved the insight thank you. I wish you success.

Re: Seducing The Duchess (5:11pm October 6, 2010):

I could never be ashamed in losing myself in the fantasy world of romance. It would be a shame NOT to read it.

Re: Friday Mornings At Nine (5:19pm October 5, 2010):

Going back quite a ways but "Little House n The Prairie" always pulled at my heart strings. The love overcame the hardship.

Re: The Spy Who Saved Christmas (5:01pm October 4, 2010):

I love to read, knit, crochet & embroider. At the moment I am knitting & crotcheting a patchwork rug.

Re: Dark Road To Darjeeling (5:06pm October 3, 2010):

If the story is particularly memorable it stays on my mind, my book shelf & on my to be read again list.

Re: Sinful in Satin (5:07pm October 1, 2010):

I'm always me when I dream. I find myself in very different & weird situations. I can remember my dreams when I wake up.

Re: When Wicked Craves (5:45pm September 29, 2010):

My neighborhood seems normal & ordinary but who knows what fantasy's or delights are being dreamed up.

Re: Until Emie (5:35pm September 28, 2010):

Cowboys top my list. Then military.

Re: The Bride's Necklace (6:26pm September 27, 2010):

The covers are beautiful. I can get a real feel for what to expect.

Re: One Touch of Scandal (6:21pm September 26, 2010):

My reward is time. Time for myself to indulge.

Re: The Echo of Violence (5:40pm September 25, 2010):

Just watching the news or reading headlines I can see a world of possibilities for authors.

Re: Love Me (4:19pm September 24, 2010):

An attractive couple works best for me. It's not all about the guy.

Re: Venom (6:32pm September 23, 2010):

I agree about Beauty & the Beast and the 'classic' Batman series. Robin had some of the funniest one-liners EVER.

Re: For the King's Favor (6:16pm September 22, 2010):

History is alive & well. I can never understand why people find history 'dry'. It is vibrant & full of fascinating people. I can't wait to read FOR THE KING'S FAVOR.

Re: Secrets Volume 29 Indulge Your Fantasies (6:13pm September 21, 2010):

I love mysterious moors & manor houses etc. Very Wuthering Heights of me.

Re: Petals From The Sky (5:53pm September 20, 2010):

This sounds amazing. I can't wait to read more.

Re: Captured by Desire (4:41am September 19, 2010):

As a commoner myself I can relate.

Re: Return To Paradise (6:27pm September 17, 2010):

I am always pleased with sequels. There is always more to find out about characters.

Re: Feline Fatale (4:49pm September 16, 2010):

Animals add another dimension, another interest. Always welcome.

Re: Uptown (5:45pm September 15, 2010):

As a reader I don't see color. I'm surprised the issue even comes up.

Re: Rebel (7:51am September 15, 2010):

LOVE!! LOVE!! LOVE!! stories with angels. Dark & fallen & WOW!!!

Re: Burning Up (7:48am September 15, 2010):

WOW!! Mary Stewart brings back memories for me.

Re: Just One Taste (6:02pm September 12, 2010):

I would be very happy to meet any or ALL of my favorite authors. No such luck though.

Re: Warrior (6:01pm September 11, 2010):

My best fan moment was getting Mem Fox books autographed for my children. She is quite a character.

Re: Stolen Son (6:25pm September 10, 2010):

Heroes step into danger to protect others.

Re: Desperate Deeds (7:36pm September 8, 2010):

It's all there in the genre wording. The romance & the suspense. It's the flight in the night. The intrigue.

Re: Warrior (10:39pm September 6, 2010):

I appreciate intelligent. Love my history & especially love it wrapped up in a great book or series.

Re: Warrior (2:20am September 6, 2010):

I would love to be part of the adventure!!!

Re: Royal Blood (7:08pm September 4, 2010):

I am looking forward to reading Royal Blood. I appreciate great vampire writing.

Re: From The Dead (6:03pm September 3, 2010):

My mother is an inspiration. A cliche but none-the-less.

Re: Thrilled to Death (6:28pm September 2, 2010):

Crime novels tend to highlight reality for me. Brilliant!!

Re: Dark Deception (3:14am September 2, 2010):

I don't have a labor of love. I am pleased you persevered.

Re: Atlantis Betrayed (6:49pm August 31, 2010):

Moving countries is a huge change. I hope you enjoy.

Re: Guarding Grace (6:39pm August 30, 2010):

Monsters have certainly come into their own since my early days. I find that refreshing.

Re: Dark Warrior Untamed (7:15pm August 27, 2010):

Great insight thank you. I can't say I have a particular warrior or type of warrior that stands above the rest.

Re: Deadly Fear (7:26pm August 26, 2010):

If I am going to 'connect' with a monster I need that human element to cling to.

Re: Bond With Me (6:45pm August 25, 2010):

Love the idea of Russia. Will be reading this.

Re: Assassin's Heart (7:08pm August 24, 2010):

I'm not too sure about past lives. I have enough strife with this one.

Re: Seduced by the Wolf (6:39pm August 23, 2010):

Wolves are incredibly beautiful & fascinating. May they always be.

Re: Don't Cry (3:13am August 22, 2010):

I buy all the time. THEN I try to catch up.

Re: Nemesis (7:11pm August 21, 2010):

I am at the tail end of Winter here in Australia. Can't wait for warm weather. Not reading much. Re-reading favourites as well.

Re: Whisper Kiss (3:48am August 20, 2010):

Has to be breathing fire. No self respecting dragon would be without this.

Re: Amelia Island's Velvet Undertow (3:21am August 20, 2010):

This was a fun read here today.

Re: Hero (6:21pm August 18, 2010):

I think I would take bad reviews very personally. Good thing I don't write for a living.

Re: The Star Necklace (5:57pm August 17, 2010):

No surprise public nudity to report. I am not comfortable with open displays of nudity.

Re: Rule's Bride (6:05pm August 16, 2010):

I do love books that are connected. I just need to read them in the correct order though.

Re: Roast Mortem (7:43am August 14, 2010):

God Bless the firefighters!!

Re: Home is Where the Bark is (7:38pm August 12, 2010):

I dropped the Apricot Chicken all over the floor just as I went to serve it up to my guests. I could have wept.

Re: Hell, Yeah (3:06am August 11, 2010):

I enjoyed Cathy's interview, I'm stumped for a question for Travis.

Re: A Highland Duchess (7:48am August 10, 2010):

I couldn't write to save my life. I admire those who can & do.

Re: The 1st Wife (7:03pm August 9, 2010):

I'm thrilled you had a great week. That's how memories are made.

Re: The Quick and the Thread (7:41pm August 7, 2010):

As a reader I love author book signings. I love to learn the why's & wherefore's.

Re: Such A Pretty Face (6:46pm August 5, 2010):

I am fascinated. I can't wait to read more.

Re: The Smuggler And The Society Bride (6:26pm August 4, 2010):

Congratulations. Another must read book. Well done.

Re: The Goddess of Fried Okra (6:20pm August 3, 2010):

If women ruled all there would be no wars.

Re: The Unexpected Son (2:11am August 2, 2010):

Thank you for the insight.

Re: Veil Of Night (7:38pm July 31, 2010):

I'm SO jealous.

Re: Monster in Miniature (7:22pm July 30, 2010):

I do seek out certain categories. That is often dictated by the season & the mood.

Re: The Ark (7:22pm July 29, 2010):

I loved the insight. ALL sorts of interesting 'stuff' happens around us. The Ark looks like a must have read.

Re: Barely A Lady (12:53pm July 27, 2010):

I have so many I love. Too hard to choose one.

Re: The Millionaire Meets His Match (3:01am July 26, 2010):

I loved the list. ALL very true.

Re: Knight Of Passion (9:24pm July 23, 2010):

I have my fingers crossed for this one. It looks amazing. I will read the others in the series first.

Re: The Tutor (7:18pm July 22, 2010):

I LOVE the premise. The Tutor sounds like a brilliant & FUN read.

Re: Tomb With A View (7:06pm July 20, 2010):

I don't NOT believe if that makes any sense.

Re: Moonshine (7:05pm July 20, 2010):

The 'hero & heroine' need someone to bounce off against. An important component the sidekick.

Re: Ice Cold (7:32pm July 18, 2010):

WAY too many to name, but I have met a few favorites over the years. It's such a privilege.

Re: Suck It, Wonder Woman! (6:10pm July 17, 2010):

Great to see guys 'reading'.

Re: Revenge for Old Times' Sake (7:33pm July 16, 2010):

I love the idea of characters choosing their writers. It's appropriate.

Re: Fortunate Harbor (6:57pm July 15, 2010):

This seems like a 'gentle' read. Deliciously so.

Re: Murder in the Abstract (8:22am July 14, 2010):

Love a bad boy. The book looks amazing.

Re: Ice Cold (7:04pm July 13, 2010):

True events make for even scarier because 'stuff' really does happen.

Re: To Conquer a Highlander (7:01pm July 13, 2010):

Apart from books I cull more than I collect.

Re: The 1st Wife (6:27pm July 9, 2010):

When I walk I sort out my life. It's very calming & invigorating at the same time.

Re: The Wild Irish Sea (6:34pm July 8, 2010):

A wonderful list of 10. I will be pleased to read more. The books sounds brilliant. Fingers crossed.

Re: Money, Honey (7:23pm July 7, 2010):

I am struggling to think of a twist not mentioned. It's all good. Cheers!!

Re: Crush On You (5:44pm July 6, 2010):

Friends to lovers is beautiful. In real life & in stories. It's like watching a flower bloom.

Re: Unchained (6:54pm July 5, 2010):

We have a lot of Christmas traditions that I just love. Decorating the tree is such a family affair.

Re: Home is Where the Bark is (7:00pm July 4, 2010):

I can easily see how the animals could take over the story completely. LOVE IT!!

Re: Dark Embers (7:21pm July 3, 2010):

Sounds fabulous. Got to love dragons.

Re: A Cutthroat Business (7:06pm July 2, 2010):

Loved the Terry Pratchett reference. What if makes the world go round.

Re: Her Sheik Protector (11:35pm July 1, 2010):

A classic Dickens: David Copperfield - "I am born." Brilliant. Simple but bold.

Re: The Fire Lord's Lover (6:53pm June 30, 2010):

Wow given the opportunity to undress an eighteenth century gentlemen I would not say no. Fascinating thank you.

Re: Rapture Untamed (8:04pm June 29, 2010):

I like both. A stand alone would be my first choice, but a series allows you to delve further.

Re: The Master & the Muses (7:25pm June 28, 2010):

The perfect hero is strong, vulnerable & imperfect. The perfect heroine is also strong, she is feisty & does not wait around to be rescued.

Re: Dark Flame (7:52pm June 27, 2010):

Sounds fabulous to me. Jealous much.

Re: Hidden Wives (8:07pm June 26, 2010):

I switch genres frequently so always find something, someone, fresh & new to read.

Re: Sworn To Protect (6:35pm June 25, 2010):

God bless the strong woman.

Re: Fatal Affair (5:10pm June 24, 2010):

A hero has to put my needs first. A man who is sensitive & caring & protective. A man of strong convictions & principles.

Re: Tempting a Proper Lady (4:51pm June 23, 2010):

Romance is an escape. A delicious thrill.

Re: The Devil She Knows (6:24pm June 22, 2010):

I could go happily with either. I love a steady man but a drifter, as it were, intriguing.

Re: Summer Sanctuary (6:49pm June 21, 2010):

As a child I loved Enid Blyton's books. Not saucy or racy but controversial enough to be banned now & then. Taking PC way too far.

Re: Smooth Talking Stranger (6:35pm June 20, 2010):

BBQ & beer is the way to go with my Dad. Never fails to please.

Re: The Lies We Told (7:24pm June 18, 2010):

I always prefer excepts to trailers. I watched it and thought it was interesting, but not exciting.

Re: Stolen Son (7:00pm June 17, 2010):

The incident is everything.

Re: Dragon Unmasked (4:56pm June 16, 2010):

Work gets in the way of my reading, especially when I take it home. The withdrawal symptoms are painful.

Re: Royal Captive (7:03pm June 15, 2010):

I tend to follow what I begin, but there are always 'obstacles' along the way

Re: Death Threads (6:12pm June 14, 2010):

What a terrific series. New to me & now I must read. Love the title.

Re: Seducing the Knight (5:02am June 14, 2010):

Something from Ancient Egypt - cursed of course.

Re: Hidden Wives (6:41pm June 13, 2010):

The cover for Hidden Wives is beautiful. A must read I say.

Re: Crush On You (7:13pm June 10, 2010):

I can't remember. It was a very long time ago. Jeans most likely.

Re: The 1st Wife (4:35pm June 9, 2010):

A small community can be very isolating if the locals shut you out. I think you need to be born into it.

Re: Desire Me (6:54pm June 8, 2010):

I went on a scavenger hunt with the Girl Guides once. We had such a brilliant time. Good fun!!

Re: Guardian (5:15pm June 7, 2010):

I love sagas. I feel I get to know the characters very well. See their growth.

Re: Blown Away (6:46pm June 6, 2010):

I did not participate in any challenges. This was a busy work month for me. sadly.

Re: Night Myst (6:37pm June 4, 2010):

I love books written in a series. I feel like it's a complete picture. If I have a favorite author I read EVERYTHING they write.

Re: I Love This Bar (8:20am June 3, 2010):

I loved the 'teaser'. Can't wait to read more.

Re: The Making Of A Duchess (4:54am June 3, 2010):

The Making of a Duchess sounds wonderful. I have never pretended to be other than I am.

Re: Strange Neighbors (7:35pm June 1, 2010):

I love the idea of the support. So important.

Re: Ancient Whispers (5:07pm May 31, 2010):

That's some ride you took. I must say after all that to win your book MUST be sensational. I can't wait to read it.

Re: Blown Away (7:13pm May 30, 2010):

Best to wait for all 3 to be out. Then it's reading time.

Re: Dead in the Family (6:37pm May 29, 2010):

I have such a mixed bag of books to read. I can't just pick out from here and there. Love it ALL.

Re: The Journey Home (6:35pm May 29, 2010):

My family share recipes. A brilliant way to keep traditions alive.

Re: Die Twice (5:37pm May 27, 2010):

Die Twice - love the title.

Re: His At Night (4:10pm May 25, 2010):

History and fiction are a great combination.

Re: Band Of Angels (1:17am May 25, 2010):

I am known to bolt, but not always. Interesting topic.

Re: Lover's Knot (7:19pm May 21, 2010):

Keep dreaming!!

Re: The White Shadow Saga (3:31am May 21, 2010):

Loved the insight. Thank you!!

Re: Sex And The Single Earl (4:14pm May 19, 2010):

Small town romances are much more intimate. I feel like I get to know the characters so much better.

Re: On Folly Beach (8:11am May 18, 2010):

I love looking through old family photos. These people came before me & brought me to where I am today.

Re: Web Of Lies (3:59pm May 17, 2010):

Historical romance pushes all the right buttons with me. I read and enjoy many genres.

Re: A Thread So Thin (3:50pm May 16, 2010):

Not one imaginary friend but many, generally characters from books, movies & TV.

Re: Silent Truth (12:22pm May 16, 2010):

I'm quite envious.

Re: Small Change (8:59pm May 14, 2010):

I enjoyed the insight. It has certainly got me thinking.

Re: Getting In (11:12pm May 13, 2010):

Insane!!!

Re: Silent Truth (4:09pm May 12, 2010):

WOW!! Now that's a topic to do your head in.

Re: Haunting Warrior (4:08pm May 12, 2010):

So long as I could return whenever I wish. Regency England to meet MY Mr Darcy.

Re: Sex Drive (4:11pm May 10, 2010):

A book means I have time to settle in and read. A magazine - less time, just a quick flick through.

Re: A Thread So Thin (4:32pm May 8, 2010):

I have Young Adults in the house so YES I read YA. I'm not going to miss out because of my age.

Re: The Jaguar Prince (7:24pm May 7, 2010):

I laughed at the I See Sexy Men (Hey, it's better than dead people. Very interesting read.

Re: Rumor Has It (7:40am May 6, 2010):

You can't hide for long in a small town that's for sure. The book looks great!!

Re: Touching Darkness (6:13pm May 5, 2010):

The best thing is I have ALL the school holidays off - I am an Early Childhood Teacher. The worst is, for the work I do, I don't have nearly enough holidays.

Re: In Shelter Cove (4:54pm May 4, 2010):

I like men in uniform - firemen, police, etc. Good men doing an amazing job.

Re: His Border Bride (4:20pm May 3, 2010):

My hero changes as often as my books. A touch of bad boy is always a good thing. More fun.

Re: Think Twice (7:06pm May 2, 2010):

I am actually not too sure what qualifies as a cozy mystery. Chances are I have read my fair share though.

Re: Blood Of The Demon (6:06pm April 30, 2010):

If there is a glut of a certain genre, just be more discerning. Read the very best & enjoy.

Re: Chasing Perfect (4:46pm April 28, 2010):

I have lived all over: large cities, small towns & countryside. ALL great experiences.

Re: Just Like Me, Only Better (4:53pm April 27, 2010):

Life finds a way to sort out what the future will be.

Re: A Thread So Thin (5:31pm April 26, 2010):

I have made decisions in the past that I would love to undo. Not possible so I moved on & just got on with it.

Re: The Teaberry Strangler (6:57pm April 25, 2010):

If I love an author then yes they go to the top of my list. If I find the first book of a series SOSO. There is no way I am wasting time & money on more books of that series. Too many great books to read.

Re: Rule's Bride (5:34pm April 23, 2010):

The Bride Series will be an absolute pleasure. I just know this!!

Re: In For A Penny (5:33pm April 23, 2010):

My Mother can just raise an eyebrow slightly & I feel it. When we were children she never raised her voice, just a glance & we felt her full measure. It's a gift.

Re: Beautiful People (7:37pm April 21, 2010):

Clever humor makes me laugh. A dry wit or clever retort.

Re: Maid for the Millionaire (4:08am April 21, 2010):

I love airports too. The mix of people from all over is exciting. Keep writing!!

Re: Silent Truth (7:18pm April 19, 2010):

I have a passion for creating. I am not the best at knitting, sewing crochet etc & I never expect perfect but everything is made with love & a great deal of enthusiasm. I believe in giving things a go. If you don't try because it will not be perfect, that's just sad.

Re: Building Iphone Apps With Html, CSS, And Javascript (5:18pm April 17, 2010):

If I can't get into a book I tend to put it aside & move on. Reading should NEVER be hard work but a great pleasure.

Re: The Firefighter's Secret Baby (6:42pm April 16, 2010):

Firefighters are the ultimate in heroes. Well done!!

Re: Demonkeepers (12:30pm April 16, 2010):

I have not yet read any of the Nightkeeper books. Something to look forward to.

Re: Dead Head (12:08pm April 16, 2010):

I know my long-time neighbors quite well, it's the newbies that have me peeking out of the curtains.

Re: Shadow Games (11:54pm April 15, 2010):

I like a little fright in my reading.

Re: The Mage In Black (10:05pm April 15, 2010):

I love to read & admire greatly those who write my beloved books.

Re: Big Bad Wolf (5:53pm April 10, 2010):

I hate it when I start to read a book only to find I am actually coming in on the middle. If I am intrigued I will chase up the preceding stories. Otherwise, warn me first.

Re: If I Were Your Woman (5:51pm April 9, 2010):

Touchy topics are relate-able. We all have experiences that we can draw upon.

Re: Reunion (5:36pm April 8, 2010):

The necklace is amazing. I can understand how inspiring it could be. I am looking forward to reading the series.

Re: My Own Personal Soap Opera (6:11pm April 7, 2010):

Great insight thank you.

Re: On Shadow Beach (6:48pm April 6, 2010):

An enticing or interesting cover will certainly draw me in. The title will add to this.

Re: The Darcy Cousins (6:13pm April 5, 2010):

Very interesting insight thank you. The book looks like a must read. Fingers crossed.

Re: Just Fooling Around (6:08pm April 2, 2010):

I am not one for practical jokes. I think they are mean & hurtful to the person victimized. I enjoy a good laugh just not at anyone else's expense.

Re: The Highest Stakes (5:42pm April 1, 2010):

I love the mix of historical fact & fiction. I feel more involved in the story if the facts are correct & woven in.

Re: A Certain Wolfish Charm (5:01pm March 31, 2010):

I love a HEA after the expected tussle of personalities etc. It's the journey I need to reach a happy conclusion.

Re: An Earl to Enchant (7:58am March 31, 2010):

I love the bumbling Secret Agent Maxwell Smart & his many notable one liners. " Missed it by that much." & my all time favorite " Good thinking 99" which I think everyone has said at one time or another.

Re: Flirting With Forever (4:52pm March 29, 2010):

I love time travel stories. The possibilities are fraught with expectation.

Re: Aries Rising (5:51pm March 26, 2010):

Fascinating insight thank you. I love to know about the process.

Re: Small Change (3:39am March 26, 2010):

3 great pointers. I agree. Spend wisely.

Re: Almost Home (4:58pm March 24, 2010):

If I am collecting & intend to keep a series I buy hardback. Otherwise paperback satisfies.

Re: On The Steamy Side (4:53pm March 23, 2010):

Yes, Little Women stands proud for me among all children in stories. I laughed with them & I cried. A beautiful & worthy classic.

Re: Big Girl (4:45pm March 21, 2010):

I don't feel embarrassed or guilty about anything I read or have read. I'm a grown-up. I'm allowed.

Re: Something About You (5:46pm March 19, 2010):

Wrong time, wrong place - love that because we all can relate. I think that suspense interspersed with humor & a little romance works brilliantly. I want all my emotions to come into play. I was thinking about Cary Grant in "Father Goose". Funny war time movie.

Re: Do They Know I'm Running? (5:15pm March 18, 2010):

Thank you for the very interesting insight. Loved it!!

Re: The Highlander's Sword (5:18am March 18, 2010):

I love my history. The Highlander's Sword looks amazing. Fingers crossed.

Re: Forget Me Not (6:09pm March 16, 2010):

We all need a little whimsy in our lives.

Re: The Stolen Crown (10:34pm March 15, 2010):

Historical Fiction, & indeed fact, my all time favorite to read. Great insight thank you.

Re: The You I Never Knew (5:14pm March 14, 2010):

Absolutely prefer to laugh. A good laugh sets me up for the day.

Re: Montana Magic (3:56pm March 12, 2010):

Conflict is essential in great storytelling. It can be minor points of conflict or big blow ups.

Re: The Scarlet Lion (6:56pm March 11, 2010):

No soundtrack here. When I read I read.

Re: The Wild Marquis (2:21am March 10, 2010):

Orphans don't come with strings attached - not as much. That's the appeal.

Re: One Good Dog (6:50pm March 8, 2010):

That's quite a challenge. Love to read it.

Re: SEALed with a Ring (5:52pm March 5, 2010):

I love ballroom. I can't dance a step, so live vicariously. The book sounds wonderful.

Re: Plaster And Poison (4:05pm March 4, 2010):

Thank you. This was fascinating.

Re: Truly, Madly (3:46pm March 3, 2010):

I don't believe in love at first site - lust? Yes.

Re: Lake Magic (3:17am March 2, 2010):

Hi, I don't remember my first romance novel - way too many years have passed. Congrats on the blog!!

Re: Naked Edge (3:42pm March 1, 2010):

While opposites do attract I think the similarities need to outweigh this for a relationship to work well.

Re: Seeing Red (9:32pm February 28, 2010):

February was a quiet month for me all round. Lots of work, little play.

Re: The Mane Squeeze (5:59pm February 27, 2010):

I have an eclectic taste in books so that covers work & fun well. I love biographies.

Re: Cowboy Trouble (5:57pm February 26, 2010):

I do so love my cowboys. I look forward to reading COWBOY TROUBLE.

Re: The Texan's Happily-Ever-After (3:26pm February 25, 2010):

70th Romance - I am most impressed.

Re: Easter Promises (5:42pm February 24, 2010):

Love to read, but then I knit, embroider, sew & crochet. I always have a project on the go.

Re: Take Me If You Dare (9:22pm February 23, 2010):

I love the OSCARS. I'd watch it for the gowns alone. I do like to see who & what gets the big awards.

Re: Saving CeeCee Honeycutt (5:48pm February 22, 2010):

Friendship is essential for my well-being.

Re: The Edge of Winter (3:25pm February 21, 2010):

The one's that stand out are the Christmas seasonal books. I can't recall titles but I seek them out at that time of year.

Re: The Betrayal Of The Blood Lily (6:21pm February 20, 2010):

When I need to get away I head for the beach. I love the sand & sea - not too much of the sun. Otherwise I just escape inside a book.

Re: Chick with a Charm (6:22pm February 19, 2010):

I am more a dog person but cats seem to just show up out of the blue & adopt us. We would truly miss them if they were not around.

Re: Kayla's Daddy (6:13pm February 19, 2010):

The letter would have stuck in my head too.

Re: Lights, Camera...Kiss The Boss (2:48am February 18, 2010):

Congratulations on your debut.

Re: Even Money (11:23pm February 16, 2010):

I have read Dick Francis & he will be missed.

Re: Accidentally Demonic (11:22pm February 16, 2010):

I would love to read KISS & HELL. Fingers crossed. It looks fabulous.

Re: Hot Stuff (5:13pm February 14, 2010):

I don't put much faith in Valentines. I agree it is all the other times that love shines through that I appreciate.

Re: Promise Me Tonight (5:54pm February 12, 2010):

I love them all but the Man's Man & The Professor get my heart racing.

Re: Fantasy in Death (11:29pm February 11, 2010):

The 30th book. I am most impressed.

Re: The Dead Travel Fast (11:28pm February 11, 2010):

I had always imagined the title to come first.

Re: Raining Cat Sitters And Dogs (4:12pm February 10, 2010):

Very interesting. Thank you.

Re: Tragedy At Two (6:35pm February 9, 2010):

I look forward to reading the new series.

Re: Island Of The Swans (5:29pm February 8, 2010):

As a reader I am in total awe & admiration of writers. The dedication & skill is one I envy.

Re: Triumph in Arms (2:20am February 7, 2010):

There are many truths to be found in fairy tales & fiction.

Re: Legend Of The White Wolf (4:57pm February 5, 2010):

Legend of the White Wolf is now on my must read list. Love hot, sexy werewolves.

Re: Viking in Love (2:58pm February 4, 2010):

Fresh Fiction has introduced new, & now favorite authors, to me time & again. As an author you must love sites like this that bring new readers to your work.

Re: The Phoenix Charm (3:31pm February 3, 2010):

There is something magic about Celtic I always feel.

Re: Deadtown (3:29pm February 3, 2010):

I love getting to know authors as well. Great insight. Thank you.

Re: Catch Of A Lifetime (5:25pm February 2, 2010):

I love a clever, witty pun, almost as much as mermaids & mermen. Keep writing!

Re: Drive Time (9:04pm February 1, 2010):

I never break a confidence. However, if I knew something that should be made open I would not hesitate in that case. This has not happened yet.

Re: Down By The River (2:16am January 31, 2010):

My daughter introduced me to Terry Pratchett. Brilliantly bizarre.

Re: Hasta La Vista, Lola! (6:33pm January 29, 2010):

I can only imagine how hard it is to research & write. Thank you for the insight.

Re: The Secret Of Joy (3:39pm January 28, 2010):

Every family has some sort of secret & it makes for an intriguing and interesting read.

Re: Forbidden Heat (3:28pm January 27, 2010):

Fabulous insight!! I did wonder. I am always amazed by the amount of knowledge that is out there in the world just waiting to be discovered.

Re: Hold On Tight (10:01pm January 26, 2010):

I definitely look things up. I don't find I lose momentum in the story. In fact I feel it enriches it.

Re: Down River (11:10pm January 25, 2010):

I have always considered Alaska as a true natural beauty. A great setting for a book.

Re: Down By The River (5:20pm January 24, 2010):

I do love series. I always read them in order & savour every word.

Re: Rogue Stallion (5:26pm January 23, 2010):

WOW!! That's sad. Though I do recognize some of the author's, I could not tell you what they are up to now.

Re: Maya's Gold (5:19pm January 22, 2010):

Fabulous. Thank you!!

Re: Dead Head (3:29pm January 21, 2010):

Love the dress. I hope you feel like a million dollars in it!!

Re: Love Story (5:35pm January 20, 2010):

A loss to the world.

Re: Succubi Like It Hot (5:35pm January 20, 2010):

In my experience road trip equals unpredictability. You've got to love that!!!

Re: A Bolt From The Blue (10:00pm January 19, 2010):

I enjoyed reading this. I wondered about authors leaving off projects, characters, ideas & then picking them up later on & reworking.

Re: Getting Lucky (4:36pm January 18, 2010):

I'm with everyone else, series are the best. Characters become like old friends.

Re: Forbidden Falls (6:19pm January 17, 2010):

Apart from my computer which I could NOT live without, I don't have any techno devices. I don't miss them & I really don't want them.

Re: The Keepers Of Sulbreth (6:19pm January 15, 2010):

I ca answer yes to all of the questions. My problem in the past has been character names that I would NEVER be able to pronounce out loud. Trying to be too, too clever with names annoys me.

Re: Forget Me Not (10:29pm January 13, 2010):

What an eventful time. Thank you for sharing.

Re: Sleep No More (5:26pm January 12, 2010):

I don't know anyone who sleep walks. It would be terrifying.

Re: Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy (6:47pm January 11, 2010):

Thank you for the fabulous insight. I am a massive Jane Austen fan as well.

Re: Come Hell Or High Water (5:50pm January 10, 2010):

My perfect day: no hassles, no dramas, a little indulgence & sanity prevails.

Re: Not My Daughter (6:15pm January 8, 2010):

Fabulous insight. I imagine there would be a lot of research & fact checking even with the familiar.

Re: Sizzle (6:13pm January 8, 2010):

Villains definitely shape the heroes & often drag them down to their level. Tarnished heroes are a real possibility if they want to win.

Re: My Dearest Mr. Darcy (10:15pm January 7, 2010):

'Gone With The Wind' when Scarlett is forced to deliver Melanie's baby is my favorite & the most memorable. Prissy is the star.

Re: Come Hell Or High Water (10:05pm January 6, 2010):

I have never had a mistake turn out well. Just mistakes!!

Re: Deadtown (10:02pm January 6, 2010):

Vulnerabilities & which "kryptonite" kills which creature & how. I enjoy author interpretations of supposedly known 'facts'.

Re: Fugitive (6:29pm January 5, 2010):

What a great interview. Now you've done it, I need to find out more.

Re: Dangerous Highlander (5:50pm January 4, 2010):

Thanks for the insight. I had no idea. The next time I pick up a book I will be much more aware of the title issue. It seems though that the Author should have much more control & say.

Re: Shattered (9:04pm January 1, 2010):

My goals tend to be more daily. Today I will do this or finish that.

Re: Deadly Liaisons (4:58pm December 31, 2009):

I want guys with bite. Both werewolves & vampires are on my list of HOT!!!! I would choose werewolves for pure, raw energy.

Re: Angel Lane (5:39pm December 30, 2009):

I don't make New Year's resolutions. I never keep them, so why set myself up for failure.

Re: What I Did For Love (6:26pm December 29, 2009):

The Wild Things by David Eggers & Her Fearful Symmetry by Audrey Niffenegger

Re: Breakfast In Bed (6:20pm December 28, 2009):

What a great introduction to the book & characters. My interest is certainly piqued.

Re: Kitty's House Of Horrors (5:48pm December 27, 2009):

Hello Kitty!!!! They look fabulous. Thank you for the heads up.

Re: Twenties Girl (5:30pm December 26, 2009):

Wild, desolate moors. I am heavily influenced by my love of Wuthering Heights.

Re: Searching For Pemberley (2:40am December 23, 2009):

Another book to add to my must read list. I adore Austen.

Re: Paraworld Zero (5:09pm December 21, 2009):

The book looks amazing. My mother lived through a fire as a child & is still troubled by it. So best wishes.

Re: The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings (5:05pm December 19, 2009):

Gandalf obviously. A wizard powerful enough & dark enough to combat the forces of Sauron & Mordor.

Re: Mennonite Community Cookbook (5:01pm December 19, 2009):

Traditional for us means making everything from scratch using the best ingredients. I still cook this way. It is cheaper & more nutritious & brings the family together for preparation & cooking & eating time.

Re: Gentlemen Prefer Succubi (5:54pm December 18, 2009):

I want both Vampire & Angel. So naughty of me.

Re: The Beautiful Being (3:33pm December 17, 2009):

Thank you for the interesting insight. I admire the tenacity of writers & I am so very thankful. I wouldn't have so many wonderful books to read otherwise.

Re: Divorced, Desperate and Deceived (7:56pm December 16, 2009):

The list was hilarious. My hero would never say: real men don't wear condoms. I have actually heard it said & I couldn't leave fast enough.

Re: Wild Heart (6:45pm December 14, 2009):

I thoroughly enjoyed the insight. There is so much more than meets the eye - as it were

Re: Rainwater (2:31am December 14, 2009):

I don't have a set time-frame for historical. Sometimes it is a certain feel to a story. If pushed I would say before my birth. So go back at least 50 years.

Re: The Killing Hands (5:17pm December 11, 2009):

Interesting way to write. I wonder how it all fits together.

Re: Love in Translation (9:16pm December 10, 2009):

I have never lived abroad. I imagine there would be many challenges. Exciting though.

Re: Urgent Care (5:00pm December 9, 2009):

I laughed out loud at what you have written here. I could so easily imagine it. Brilliant!!

Re: Searching For Pemberley (3:41pm December 3, 2009):

As a HUGE Jane Austen fan I would love to read SEARCHING FOR PEMBERLEY. Fingers crossed!!

Re: Sex Drive (6:55pm December 2, 2009):

I do love to read series. I think 4-6 books in a series allows for growth & interaction to fully develop.

Re: Scorched (6:29pm December 1, 2009):

I laughed over the Health Advisories. Very true.

Re: Snow Angels (3:28am December 1, 2009):

Having recently read my first Kathy Reich book, I know I will be searching for more. Fun & murder & a little science.

Re: Take Me For A Ride (7:25pm November 28, 2009):

I left out the sugar in a batch of cookies & you wouldn't believe how nasty they were.

Re: Over My Dead Body (7:39pm November 27, 2009):

I nominate my sister. She lives near our aging parents & does SO much for them.

Re: Knit The Season (7:38pm November 27, 2009):

I love to knit. I tend to knit a lot for the premmies at the hospital.

Re: Captive of Sin (7:20am November 27, 2009):

I have just watched an excellent new British production of Wuthering Heights so Heathcliff is foremost in my mind.

Re: It Happened One Night (6:15am November 27, 2009):

Finding myself has been worth the wait. I have discovered a great deal about myself along the way & I feel I am now stronger, wiser & fearless.

Re: Prime Evil (2:14am November 22, 2009):

I have so much respect for writers. I can barely put 2 words together some days.

Re: The Vampire Diaries: The Awakening (2:12am November 22, 2009):

Angelus: no question, no doubt. What a smackdown that would be though.

Re: The Monuments Men (9:21pm November 20, 2009):

Just fascinating. Who ever said history is dead, is - well - dead wrong.

Re: The Splendor Falls (8:32pm November 19, 2009):

The Splendor Falls sounds wonderful.

Re: Dark Legacy (6:16pm November 18, 2009):

The cover is brilliant. The story looks superb. Thank you for sharing. I SO have my fingers crossed.

Re: The Accidental Werewolf (7:40pm November 17, 2009):

The gift of books has certainly widened my choice of reading. Having been introduced to certain authors I have sought more of their work. Word of mouth very is important too.

Re: Men Of The Otherworld (5:46pm November 16, 2009):

Clayton Danvers gets my blood pumping.

Re: Prime Evil (5:44pm November 16, 2009):

I don't know the types of vampires well, so I am with Lisa - hot & sexy.

Re: Over My Dead Body (5:42pm November 16, 2009):

I am going to visit my parents next week & I am shamelessly looking forward to my mother making all my favorites. For one whole week I will be someone's child again, not the responsible adult. I can't tell you how peaceful that is.

Re: Dead Pan (2:31am November 15, 2009):

I love all the titles. As I read down the page my smile just continued to grow. You now have my complete attention.

Re: Kill Zone (5:43pm November 13, 2009):

I believe in happiness. It's not enough to just live. As a mother all I have ever wanted for my children is to be happy. Achieving their true goals & potential.

Re: Willoughby's Return (9:06pm November 12, 2009):

Damn, I want to read this. I could practically recite Austen by heart & as for Willoughby - the cad & bounder - yes please!! A ball gown would be heavenly - so feminine & lady-like.

Re: Love You To Death (9:03pm November 12, 2009):

You had me at damn good-looking.

Re: Bunco Babes Gone Wild (10:58pm November 11, 2009):

Granny knickers: we all have at least one pair.

Re: Children of the Night (10:53pm November 11, 2009):

I go back to Bram Stoker time & again.

Re: Kindred In Death (4:59pm November 10, 2009):

I have one - a classic - Mr Darcy: I just want to melt his buttons & dip him in chocolate.

Re: Spinning Forward (4:57pm November 10, 2009):

Beautifully said. I am very keen to read SPINNING FORWARD.

Re: The Princess Bride (3:52pm November 9, 2009):

I do not have a favorite line, but I love the fact that no one can ever penetrate a mask as a disguise.

Re: Kindred In Death (3:16am November 9, 2009):

Long running series are always welcome. It's like coming home.

Re: Wild Blue Under (3:15am November 9, 2009):

I love the title WILD BLUE UNDER. It invites further investigation.

Re: Rainwater (5:26pm November 7, 2009):

I don't find book trailers very helpful. So, I tend not to view them. Not what you want to hear after all your hard work, but there it is. I would rather read reviews & excerpts.

Re: One Lucky Cowboy (3:40pm November 5, 2009):

I love cowboys & so look forward to reading One Lucky Cowboy.

Re: The Wrong Side of Dead (1:12am November 4, 2009):

A very, dirty, dirty old, old, old, old man. EWWWWW!!! Not love. I'm assuming barely lust even. For her part - what is she thinking???

Re: Killjoy (6:38pm November 3, 2009):

My favorite villain right now is not in print but on TV. SYLAR from Heroes is a villain I love to watch. He is so incredibly dark & interesting. The twisted wry humor shines through.

Re: Captive Desires (6:22pm November 2, 2009):

My creative escape is craft. I couldn't possibly sleep on a pillow case without the embroidery. Fairies dancing around my back garden would be delightful.

Re: Remembering Ashby (12:01pm November 1, 2009):

I actually groaned when the excerpt ran out. Not fair!!

Re: Final Approach (7:35pm October 30, 2009):

Recycling is a stroke of genius. All this candy talk makes me want to scavenge out some right now.

Re: Haunted (7:31pm October 30, 2009):

I love witches too. It's important to have a little magic in ones life.

Re: What The Duke Desires (5:32pm October 29, 2009):

I love books & indeed series about families. It's often more involving. The dynamics are always interesting.

Re: Kindred In Death (4:42pm October 28, 2009):

I treat myself at birthdays & Christmas & yes, books always top the list.

Re: Mr. Darcy Vampyre (4:40pm October 28, 2009):

I love the original, bring it on. I can't wait to read this. Fingers crossed.

Re: Silver Silence (8:00pm October 27, 2009):

I hear Avalon & immediately I want more. So, very well done. I have my fingers crossed.

Re: Fool Moon (6:29pm October 25, 2009):

I don't have the opportunity to listen to audio books & I don't have a strange story so aren't I a dull one?

Re: Santa Honey (7:00pm October 23, 2009):

I'm not much into ebooks yet. I love holding a print copy in my hand as I read. Walking into a book store is my Alladin's Cave. Full of treasures & pleasures.

Re: Possess Me At Midnight (6:14pm October 22, 2009):

Romance should be much more & thank you for recognising that. Not easy for you but well worth the read.

Re: My Wicked Vampire (6:17pm October 20, 2009):

Humor is subjective. I can well believe it would be harder to write. I do know that when an author hits just the right tone & connects, I return for more laughs. So, well done. You make me come back.

Re: Loot the Moon (11:51pm October 19, 2009):

Job satisfaction & mentally crossing off tasks motivates me. I hate having things hanging over me still waiting to be done. I find that oppressive.

Re: Finger Lickin' Fifteen (3:09am October 18, 2009):

I want just enough to get a feel for the location, situation, history etc. Then the stage is ready for the characters to do their thing.

Re: The Trials Of The Honorable F. Darcy (8:46am October 16, 2009):

I am a dedicated 'Austenite'. Elizabeth Bennett is my favorite Austen woman. She gets Darcy after all.

Re: A Marquis To Marry (4:30pm October 14, 2009):

Another fabulous book to add to my wish list. So many books so little time. If that's my biggest problem today then life is grand.

Re: The Hunt (11:04pm October 12, 2009):

I think change is a good thing. To reinvent oneself is empowering.

Re: The Promise (7:06pm October 11, 2009):

I would go through the TBR books & weed out those that I no longer felt COMPELLED to read. Having said that my list continues to grow & I love the fact that I will always, ALWAYS have books to read.

Re: A Hollywood Ending (12:02pm October 11, 2009):

I have also been reading SEP for a long time now & always enjoy. My current favorite, favorite is Annie Solomon. I am rediscovering her work.

Re: Demon Ex Machina (1:22am October 6, 2009):

There is nothing better than losing oneself in the magic of a book, except eating chocolate & reading.

Re: A Dark Love (1:02am October 1, 2009):

A fascinating insight. I can't wait to read A Dark Love.

Re: Lucky Break (11:18pm September 29, 2009):

I love a story that brings a smile to my lips & a book that makes me laugh with delight is a joy. Humor is an element that will encourage me to read on & seek out further work.

Re: Bluegrass Christmas (8:05pm September 28, 2009):

For me quirky translates to a lot of fun & a connection to the character.

Re: Shades of Twilight (7:04pm September 27, 2009):

I have been to one book signing. The talk beforehand was most inciteful. I loved this. I have been on the lookout for more in my area.

Re: The Accidental Family (7:04pm September 23, 2009):

My children made me challenge who I am. I grew in ways I would never have imagined. I continue to evolve & I am loving it. Enjoy!!

Re: Oscar Wilde And The Dead Man's Smile (7:00pm September 22, 2009):

Oscar Wilde speaks to so many of us. A great influence & extremely interesting - the man & his works. I have my fingers crossed for the set of Oscar Wilde mysteries.

Re: A Christmas Ball (5:26pm September 21, 2009):

Christmas is a big deal in our family. We have so many traditions that just make it extra special for us. They wouldn't mean much to others - small things like having nuts in shells stuffed into the toes of children's Christmas stockings. Always a joy.

Re: Audrey's Door (7:05pm September 18, 2009):

My first thought was that the writing touched on something very personal & painful in your 'number one' fan's life. I on the other hand want to lose myself in fiction, warts & all. A happy childhood as given me that safety net.

Re: Beast Warrior (4:47pm September 16, 2009):

There is something absolutely fascinating about werewolves. I certainly appreciated all the information about wolves. I think that all creatures have a place on our world - in reality & fiction.

Re: Loving Mr. Darcy (12:48pm September 12, 2009):

I see Darcy & my radar goes up. I can't wait to read Loving Mr Darcy.

Re: The Splendor Falls (12:45pm September 12, 2009):

Dying For Chocolate by Diane Mott Davidson comes immediately to my mind. I bought this for the title - relevant to my way of thinking - & was not dissapointed at all.

Re: Tie Me Down (5:55pm September 6, 2009):

I long to visit New Orleans. Until then I will content myself with the written word.

Re: Table Manners (5:52pm September 6, 2009):

I gardened all weekend. Up to my neck in compost & manure. Then I bathed & settled in with a book in one hand & a glass of wine in the other.

Re: Highland Rebel (6:24pm September 3, 2009):

I expect to be lost in another world when I read. I immerse myself into the story. If I can't find myself being drawn in by the end of the first page then I know it will not happen for that particular book. That does not mean it's a total loss just that I am outside reading in. One of my favorite books to be lost in is a classic: Gone With The Wind.

Re: The Treasures Of Venice (5:41pm August 27, 2009):

"The Treasures of Venic" looks fabulous. Love the name. It says read me. We celebrate the arrival of spring after a long cold winter.

Re: Feels Like The First Time (4:45am August 26, 2009):

Men In Black: everyone looks GOOOOOOD in a sharp suit & sunglasses. To represent myself I would have to say move over 'Suzie Homemaker'.

Re: In the Master's Bed (8:09pm August 24, 2009):

Back To School means: morning rush, checking homework, lost school gear - give me the holidays anytime thank you. It's a welcome break for Mum too.

Re: Skykeepers (12:02pm August 22, 2009):

As a huge Oded fan - he's SO gorgeous - love the choice.

Re: To Tempt The Wolf (7:26pm August 20, 2009):

If I could think of something terribly original I might be tempted to hash something out myself. I applaud all writers. I would not know where to begin. It has to be more fun being a reader.

Re: Tortured (7:38pm August 18, 2009):

TORTURED sounds fabulous. I love historical with a twist. I have my fingers crossed for this.

Re: Beloved Vampire (1:25am August 18, 2009):

Fabulous thus far!! Whiny is SO unattractive. Don't eat where you piss - as it were. (Mind my French). Eroticism needs to be hot, hard & heavy. Cheers!!

Re: Breaking Loose (3:21am August 13, 2009):

HOLDEN FJ: his name was Billy - it still is I suppose. Young love is like body armor nothing else penetrates.

Re: Nothing But Scandal (12:18pm August 8, 2009):

I am ALWAYS the heroine. That's the best way to fully immerse myself.

Re: Babydoll (6:59pm August 4, 2009):

Going by your quiz questions we would kill each other. We work best together in the garden. He actually likes all the dirty, heavy work & I like to water the plants & admire - him & the garden.

Re: The Texas Twins (3:19am June 2, 2009):

The Texas Twins: I could just eat them up with a spoon.

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