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Staying hidden has kept her alive…But now she’s been found.


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It's never too late for love in the small Texas ranch town of Silverlake.


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56 comments posted.

Re: Target Engaged (12:18pm December 1, 2015):

Any book makes me dance with joy.If it's part of a series
I've been waiting to finish then I dance twice as much. :-)

Re: Against the Tide (11:04pm May 31, 2015):

I've always wanted to visit every province and state. I
still have a ways to go to fulfill that list.

Re: Two Week Seduction (10:03pm January 5, 2015):

I would love to control bookstores and libraries, that way
I would never have problems finding a book I wanted.

Re: The Gentleman Jewel Thief (12:13pm December 12, 2014):

I love historical romances. That yours has some real
history mixed into to it will just make it more
interesting. Thanks for the chance to win it, I'm
definitely looking forward to reading it.

Re: Must Love Dukes (10:54am February 27, 2014):

Mine happened a few years ago. I had been working three
weeks at a brand new store that was opening soon when I got
bronchitis. Not wanting to risk not getting a permanent
position, I still went in. One day a group of us were
getting trained on cash and I passed out. One minute I was
listening to the boss and the next I was on the ground
looking up at him asking what happened. I got the job but
they never let me live it down.

Re: The Trouble With Honor (9:12am February 26, 2014):

I loved the excerpt and can't wait to read the rest of the
book.

Re: The Trigger (10:31am January 1, 2014):

Trigger sounds great, I really enjoy survivalist stories with
groups off people like Agent Dallas. Happy New Year!

Re: The Bad Boy Billionaire's Wicked Arrangement (2:40pm December 31, 2013):

I'd put on my mask and follow him too. Can't wait to read the
rest of it. Happy New Year!

Re: The Scandal in Kissing an Heir (2:38pm December 31, 2013):

I loved the excerpt and can't wait to read the rest of The
Scandal! Happy New Year!

Re: If Wishes Were Earls (11:39pm December 30, 2013):

The cover is great, it's so different from most covers. I love
the quote and can't wait to read it. Happy New Year!

Re: Freezer I'll Shoot (9:33pm December 29, 2013):

I gave up making resolutions since I never seemed to keep
them. Instead, I make small monthly goals that are usually
easier to keep.

Re: Virtual Heaven (9:47pm September 5, 2013):

I've never played virtual reality games before but I do play
some Wii games. But if I had a choice I would play board
games. My teen daughters even get them out and not just when
we lose power.

Re: A Rancher's Christmas (11:08pm August 26, 2013):

I think all small towns should have a bakery/coffee shop,
diner, library (we won the fight to save ours last year),a
flea market or farmers market and a town square or park for
community gatherings

Re: The Arrangement (10:12pm August 24, 2013):

I have enjoyed every one of your books and am looking forward
to reading The Survivors Club series. I love reading about
wounded heroes as they have some of the best stories. It's
great to follow along as they heal mentally, emotionally and
physically with the help of their friends and loved ones.

Re: Cowboy Seeks Bride (11:38pm August 22, 2013):

I can't believe I haven't read this series yet, it sounds
wonderful. I love cowboys and series. Even though this series
is ending, which is always sad, it'll be just beginning for
me.

Re: Wicked Beat (11:16pm August 22, 2013):

This list cracked me up and I can't wait to read the books.

Re: Surrender To Sultry (11:00pm August 22, 2013):

I enjoyed the excerpt and am looking forward to reading the
series.

Re: Last Chance Reunion (1:13am August 21, 2013):

I love your top 10 list, especially numbers five and seven.
Romantic suspense and historical romances are my two
favourite genres and I don't know what I would do if either
of them went away. My bookcases are divided into three
sections, suspense, historical and everything else. Right
now I'm in a romantic suspense mood and I'll read all the
books from two or three authors before I switch genres. I'm
not sure where you heard that 'Supposedly it’s out of favor
with readers' but I disagree with them too. Everyone needs
some suspense in their fictional reality (my favourite place
to be :-) ) to keep things interesting.

Re: Love On A Midsummer Night (10:18pm August 8, 2013):

I haven't read any of the original Shakespeare stories but I
have enjoyed all of the different versions of his stories
that I've seen or read in movies, TV shows and books. This
world needs some more magic in it, especially the magic of
romance novels. So a huge thanks to you and the other
authors who continue to write them.

Re: Winter in Full Bloom (10:11pm August 7, 2013):

I enjoy characters with messy backgrounds, it makes them more
real in my mind.

Re: Pattern for Romance (10:01pm August 7, 2013):

I would love to do research for a book. I'm really big on
details for anything and I enjoy trying to figure things out.
Which is why I'm really curious about the china cup and box of
cinnamon.

Re: A Brew to a Kill (12:29pm August 7, 2013):

Two of my favourite things to do are reading and baking and
I love it when authors combine the two. Every so often an
author will describe a food item that sounds absolutely
amazing and it makes you want to try it but you don't know
how to make it. I'm glad us readers don't have that problem
with your books. :-)

Re: The Passion Of The Purple Plumeria (12:18pm August 7, 2013):

I love hearing about the stories behind the books and how
authors come up with ideas. I'm a 'what if' person too and
love to come of with different scenarios with books, TV
shows and movies. I just can't get my ideas down on paper so
that they make sense. I guess that's why I'm a reader not an
author.
I haven't read any of your books before but you got my
attention when I saw the words carnation (my favourite
flower) and spy (who doesn't love them). I love historical
books (especially ones with roguish characters) and have now
added this series to my TBR list.

Re: What the Bride Wore (12:02pm August 6, 2013):

Good luck getting to the retreat before it's over. If you do
end up in Toronto I'll stop in (since it's only two hours
from me) and give you a detailed and highlighted map with
directions to Pennsylvania. :-)
It sounds like you two will have lots of fun on the trip
there and back and hopefully just as much fun at the
retreat.

Re: Date with Destiny (10:53pm August 4, 2013):

The first one that comes to mind is Lady Emily Marlowe from
Mary Balogh's Silent Melody. She is a deaf mute but doesn't
let that stop her from wanting a marriage to someone who
will love her for who she is and not treat her like a
possession. It's my favourite book to read when I need
something to cheer me up.

Re: Jaguar Fever (11:14pm August 1, 2013):

I actually haven't read that many shifter books except for a
few werewolf ones but Jaguar Fever sounds quite interesting
and I'm looking forward to reading it and Savage Hunger.

Re: Tall, Dark, And Vampire (11:05pm August 1, 2013):

Looking forward to reading Tall, Dark And Vampire. For me the
top 3 things I would love about being a vampire are: not
aging, living through different eras and family.

Re: Once Tempted (11:38pm April 1, 2013):

Once Tempted sounds great, heck I'd pick it up just for the
cover, can't wait to read it.
Almost all of our trips have had some interesting moments,
especially our camping trip two years ago that got cut short
do to a tornado. Thankfully no one was seriously injured,
just a lot of damage and loss of our stuff. Our family
became even closer after that trip.

Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (11:33pm February 7, 2013):

"So whatever your dream may be, whatever challenge you're
facing, just walk your horse, or turn on your computer, but
start." These are great words to live by. As they say, every
great journey begins with a single step. :-)
I've read Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish and am looking
forward to reading the rest of the series.

Re: Once Again A Bride (11:16pm February 7, 2013):

I think I would go crazy if I had to move into a house like
the one Charlotte had to. I like our home to feel warm, cozy
and comfortable. We like to sit back and relax, not live a
museum of show pieces. Most of our furnishings have been
well loved, in other words, broken in, worn out, comfy and
full of character.

Re: Soul Deep (11:51pm February 4, 2013):

Best friend storylines are one of my favourites and
unfortunately one of the harder ones to find. I love reading
about the clueless friends falling in love and not noticing
the signs, such as jealousy and people asking how long they
have been a couple. The fact that you made Marcus and Regan
almost completely opposite of each is a great twist. I'm
looking forward to reading about them in Soul Deep.

Re: In From The Cold (12:03pm February 4, 2013):

I have never been dog-sledding but would love to give it a try
(as a rider). I do love sledding and tubing.

Re: Beyond Valor (12:36pm February 2, 2013):

I love military romances and I have honestly never read one
that I didn't enjoy. As they say, there's something about a
man in uniform. :-)

Re: The Autumn Bride (11:00pm January 31, 2013):

I look forward to reading The Autumn Bride and seeing how
their Literary Society turns out. I've never been part of a
book group so I can't say if I like them or not. I do know
that I don't like analyzing a book, to me that just takes the
joy out of reading it.

Re: Heart Of A Texan (6:26pm November 30, 2012):

I agree with you. Most cowboys are honourable and will ride in to save the day, right the wrongs and seeing that justice is done. It also doesn't hurt that they have great bodies (and look great in tight jeans) from working hard all day. :-)

Re: Blame It On Texas (10:47pm August 26, 2012):

I love the quote from your Grandmother, it's a great motto to live by. Life can be way to serious and stressfull at times and laughter makes it easier to get through the day.

Re: In the Line of Duty (10:35pm August 26, 2012):

I like that you put a heroine in your story, it's a nice change. I'm looking forward to reading this series, especially since it's set in Canada.

Re: Florentine's Hero (11:20am August 25, 2012):

Love category romances and love the price Indulgence books are. Looking forward to read yours and others from them.

Re: Not the Marrying Kind (11:15am August 25, 2012):

I love category romances too. They're such a quick read but you get so much out of them.

Re: Primal Possession (3:11pm August 15, 2012):

I like all types of heroines but my favourite type are the unsuspecting ones, they seem sweet and innocent but in reality they can kind handle just about anything.

Re: Hell On Wheels (8:16am August 10, 2012):

Can't wait to read this book and the rest of this series. In my opinion, military men on wheels are todays version of a knight in shining armour.
P.S. Don't worry, we won't tell your husband, everyone one is allowed their fantasies. :-)

Re: Married By Midnight (3:04pm August 8, 2012):

I try to read a series all at once. When that is not possible I trust the author to not leave us hanging too long. I'll also re-read the previous book to refresh my memory before I read the newest one. I do the same thing with movies, and just like movies you can only wait so long before you just have to start reading the series.

Re: The Secret Mistress (6:29pm July 31, 2012):

I love both Alpha and Beta males. Alpha males are your typical heroes, but Beta males are the underdogs and I enjoy cheering them on.

Re: Hot Zone (12:00pm December 4, 2011):

Even though I know we can't afford it, I have a tablet on my wish list. A more reasonable wish is to see as many friends and family as possible over the holidays.

Re: The Storm That Is Sterling (11:02pm November 21, 2011):

There's no way I can choose a favourite tormented hero, I love every one of them that I read about or watch.
As for my favourite way to spend Thanksgiving, Gathering with friends and family for good food and fun times.

Re: Tall, Dark And Cowboy (10:04pm November 8, 2011):

Starting over is hard to do but it can be a good thing. I haven't had to do it but I do know a few few people who have.

Re: Engaged in Sin (12:23pm November 6, 2011):

I love damaged (emotional or physical) heroes. Can't wait to read about this one.

Re: Risking Trust (12:20pm November 6, 2011):

Perfection is highly overrated because no one can be perfect. If everyone was perfect can you imagine how boring everything would be.

Re: Darn Good Cowboy Christmas (12:17pm November 6, 2011):

Santa, I would love to be able to take a real vacation with my family.

Re: Romancing The Countess (11:58pm October 28, 2011):

Glad everything turned out ok with your pregnancy and that you have two healthy children. I know all about the pain that you went through. I'm also very glad that you were able to finish the book, I'm looking forward to reading it.

Re: Too Hot To Touch (3:10pm August 3, 2011):

My first crush was my best friend's older brother when I was six. I used to follow him everywhere and loved their mom since she always made him walk me home from gtheir place.

Re: Fight Fire With Fire (12:42pm May 2, 2009):

You are a new author to me and I will be definitely be checking out some of your books.

Re: Scandal (2:19pm March 6, 2009):

Historicals are my favourite romance genre. There seems to be more conflicts in the stories because of what is 'proper' at the time and it is amazing to see how much has changed during the different eras. I don't really have a favourite author because I love them all.

Re: The C.O.O. Must Marry (8:50pm February 27, 2009):

I don't have a long journey to success story but I enjoy reading about yours and others who have made the wait pay off.

Re: Darkness Unknown (7:49pm January 28, 2009):

Hi Alexis, I haven't read any of the Paladin books yet, but that is going to change. I can't wait to read about all of the characters everyone is raving about.

Re: Dawnkeepers (11:21am January 23, 2009):

Congrats on your new release. Dawnkeepers sounds very interesting and I love the cover.

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