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Their forbidden love is about to start a war…
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Chocolate: Earth’s only hope in a romantic scifi adventure.


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What do you get when you cross a whip-welding, mask-wearing vigilante and a set of uber-wealthy telepathic twins, with a serial killer out for vengeance?


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The Girl He Left Behind


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Sometimes Love is Closer Than You Think


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Sweeping, emotional, witty, and sharp romance in the Cavensham Heiresses series


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272 comments posted.

Re: Wish Upon a Cowboy (2:57am December 3):

This sounds like a great read that also shows you a very
different lifestyle.

Re: Race the Darkness (6:48pm October 12, 2016):

my worst nightmare is anything happening to those I love.

Re: Soul's Prisoner (8:47am June 28, 2016):

I love reading them and being surprised, I look forward to the wondering and guessing, I love it1

Re: To Love A Wolf (12:56pm June 14, 2016):

Hmm whatever new Disney flik comes on

Re: Jordan's Return (12:54pm June 14, 2016):

going to jasper and camping at miette

Re: An Amish Market (12:31pm February 29, 2016):

Just local garage sales, i love them! what a great way to outfit small kids, yourself, collect books, then to free yourself of excess when the time comes.

Re: Thirty Nights (12:29pm February 29, 2016):

I love being brought into the story!

Re: An Amish Market (12:28pm February 29, 2016):

I have read a few Amish stories, I enjoy the diversity and looking at things in a different way than how i was raised.

Re: Temper (12:27pm February 29, 2016):

I enjoy a hot bath and crafting!

Re: To the Stars (12:26pm February 29, 2016):

I am always looking for new authors to follow and read :)

Re: You're So Fine (12:21pm December 31, 2014):

Separation after 20 year marriage and 27 years together,
moving on..lots to learn self discovery and appreciation of
self worth.

Re: New Year's in Napa (1:13am November 29, 2014):

Yes after a 20 year marriage ended I ended up rekindling with a friend from 25 years ago, looking forward to Christmas together!

Re: Shenandoah Dreams (2:37pm July 5, 2014):

I would go exploring with the hope that there was something amazing about to happen...

Re: Honor Reclaimed (2:49am May 28, 2014):

We are quite sheltered and I cant imagine not living like we do..free and able.

Re: Rustler's Heart (10:02am April 24, 2014):

Warm, honesty, funny and takes care of himself.

Re: Wild About Her Wingman (10:02am April 24, 2014):

"Sebastian" from Reign comes to mind, yes please!

Re: A Shot of Red (10:01am April 24, 2014):

I won a trip to Quebec about 3 years ago, my husband and I stayed in the ice palace for one night, it was incredible!

Re: East of Ecstasy (10:00am April 24, 2014):

Yes, I love series because when I just get that one read and love it and get hooked it is awful to say goodbye!

Re: The Miracle Thief (9:59am April 24, 2014):

Of course, we see them all around us everyday, we are mothers, we were children..that in itself truly is a miracle.

Re: Wishing On Buttercups (9:08am January 24, 2014):

I love this style of writing and would love the chance for
wishing on butterkits...it is unexpected and wonderful that
you are throwing in a sewing kit!

Re: The Splendour Falls (9:06am January 24, 2014):

I think I have realized I have more than what I actually
dreamed and reality is not so romanticized but it is awesome!

Re: Poison Town (9:02am January 24, 2014):

That is a great title it makes me think about all the
situations we put ourselves in that are not healthy because we
have no other alternative or are unaware of the risk.

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (2:22am December 13, 2013):

Sounds like a good read, would love to read more of the backstory!

Re: Gentlemen Prefer Mischief (2:21am December 13, 2013):

Sounds like a fun title, not the typical and maybe a bit cheeky!

Re: The Best Game (3:20pm December 8, 2013):

I think that is a really cool way to describe a scene, I have read many takes on those scenes and look forward to reading and thinking about things from a different perspective.

Re: Rugged Hearts (1:24am December 6, 2013):

We try to look back at the years past, rekindle those memories and some of our departed loved ones. We keep their memories alive with the stories we share from the times we had with them.

Re: Legend Of The Highland Dragon (1:23am December 6, 2013):

I worked as a Secretary when I first started out in the workforce and am glad I learned those skills to help me organize and cope with the work I do now.

Re: Everlasting Enchantment (1:22am December 6, 2013):

I am not sure I think my hubby might be more like the cartoon goofy but to choose a shapeshifter type I think I would go for a cheetah type!

Re: Stranded (1:20am December 6, 2013):

I would like to read these the titles are simple but thought provoking and lead me to believe these characters have some strengths and substance!

Re: Tempest's Course (1:19am December 6, 2013):

I love Gothic Romances and all the focus on the old world charms!

Re: The Blake Legacy (1:18am December 6, 2013):

I think the site looks really clean, I like the opportunities for cover artists!

Re: Aloha Rose (1:50am November 25, 2013):

I have thought about travelling to so many wonderful places with kids and budget limitations I am thankful for the stories and photos that allow me to see what the world holds for me!

Re: Otherworld (1:49am November 25, 2013):

I have the dream of getting myself back into running and spending more time doing vs idle time.

Re: Home for Christmas (1:48am November 25, 2013):

Christmas is a tough time for so many with the dynamics of families so this sounds like a great way to have a feel good evening!

Re: Hard As It Gets (1:47am November 25, 2013):

sounds like a mission I would like to undertake, read the book without putting it down, enjoy a cup of tea!

Re: The Namesake (12:07pm November 16, 2013):

We all need to work on trusting others, it is hard once that has been broken and seems like more and more we all need to find forgiveness for others and broaden our own hearts and minds to give others the chance.

Re: Texas Tango (12:06pm November 16, 2013):

Sounds like a fun ride, I love cowboy stories and this sounds like a great way to spend a weekend relaxation day!

Re: Norse Jewel (2:07pm October 27, 2013):

Yes I love twists and being surprised vs a happily ever after, I love books/movies that make me think!

Re: Never Underestimate a Caffarelli (2:06pm October 27, 2013):

having freedom to just get in my car and go on my own without any assistance, needing assistance to get into some buildings and not being able to do lots of tourist walks/site seeing due to physical limitations

Re: Behind the Shattered Glass (10:55pm October 17, 2013):

I guess it would be what works the best of the three evils, and keep an eye
open for opportunity

Re: Her Accidental Boyfriend (11:28pm October 14, 2013):

I love the happy endings and feeling good after spending a duration reading, this sounds fun!

Re: Death Of A Schoolgirl (11:27pm October 14, 2013):

It sounds like a book I would like to read cover to cover with my comfy chair and a cup of cocoa!

Re: My Lady Quicksilver (6:20pm October 5, 2013):

Lying catches up to you even if the intent is to do no harm it can end badly. It also paints you with a poison brush that is hard to break away from.

Re: Newton Neighbors (6:19pm October 5, 2013):

It sounds pretty busy! I think it would put some perspective into my world :)

Re: Kisses On Her Christmas List (2:39am October 3, 2013):

I love Christmas stories and your tongue in cheek writing style is pretty festive too!

Re: The Training (2:27am October 2, 2013):

I am a rule follower unfortunately, my kids tend to go on the rule breaker or rule bender side of the road!

Re: Dirty Trick (10:17pm September 25, 2013):

Pumpkin pie and hot apple cider! Sitting by a fire with a great read and enjoying downtime!

Re: The Good Wife (10:46pm September 3, 2013):

I don't think you can ever love too much you just need to realize not everyone can give the same way you can and accept what they can offer.

Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: London (6:32pm July 30, 2013):

I appreciate the advice, I think you have to keep growing as a person, that never stops and committing yourself to things you love and believe in is such a rewarding part of being who you are!

Re: Traveling Light (1:40am July 28, 2013):

I guess our impressions are OUR reality not someone else's it would be interesting to see what their impressions of us were!

Re: Second Ride Cowboy (1:38am July 28, 2013):

Sometimes you need to move on to appreciate what you had!

Re: Moonlight (9:20pm July 26, 2013):

How can you pick just one! I need one for each side of the brain lol!

Re: Meet Me At The Cupcake Cafe (1:01am July 19, 2013):

this sounds really upbeat and fun!

Re: Magic Rises (12:59pm July 19, 2013):

This sounds like a fun read, there are so many interesting new authors who seem to blend a bit of the on the outskirts or paranormal philosophy into a romance, it sound like fun!

Re: The Officer And The Secret (12:58pm July 19, 2013):

Journaling important of interesting things the kids do, putting a few pics in an envelope, when you have time together just making the most of it.

Re: Jungle Fire (12:46pm July 12, 2013):

I love small town life and getting to feel that connection with the characters.

Re: Pennsylvania Patchwork (11:51pm July 11, 2013):

I think I am becoming more aware of the different lifestyles and have read an Amish novel and it was a really great read.

Re: Pieces Of The Heart (11:49pm July 11, 2013):

I am becoming more aware of the ailments thanks to the news, google and general interest, we really need to start opening our eyes and our hearts to those that give so much.

Re: If The Shoe Fits (11:48pm July 11, 2013):

Yes a few I love the geeks or typically NOT romantic but have something about them like loving pets, a cool skill or humour that is awesome.

Re: Winning a Bride (8:27pm July 7, 2013):

Novellas can be great when you only have a wee bit of time especially if they lead you into an interesting new series! I prefer the full books but do enjoy a quick read and snippet of what's to come sometimes.

Re: Paradise Valley (3:06pm July 4, 2013):

I love that you are using history in your novels...wow almost
at 60 novels! Wonderful gift to share with your readers!

Re: Prince of Secrets (8:07pm July 3, 2013):

Getting in 10 000 steps a day now that I have a fitbit...it drives me nuts but I have to do it :) and in the end it is worth it

Re: It Happened One Midnight (8:05pm July 3, 2013):

I would say yes it should definitely happen again!

Re: Masters of The Cats: Collaring The Saber-Tooth (3:51am July 2, 2013):

I read in the living room, on travel, in my bedroom, looking forward to some downtime this summer to relax and catch up on a few hours uninterrupted reading vs. fitting in 30 mins here and there!

Re: Wish You Were Here (3:49am July 2, 2013):

I love romance, starting to find the paranormal pretty entertaining too!

Re: One Night (5:19pm June 23, 2013):

Interesting how one moment can even change your life, meeting someone who introduces you to your future mate, etc.

Re: Grounded (1:55am June 20, 2013):

I love series, keeps you going for more than a weekend!

Re: Widow Of Gettysburg (1:54am June 20, 2013):

I love trailers they get my interest and let me see what the story is going to be like.

Re: If The Shoe Fits (12:11pm June 20, 2013):

I love 80's rock - Billy Joel

Re: Flirting with Disaster (7:23pm June 9, 2013):

Being flawed is what makes a character believable in my mind, we are all with whoops and I wish I could do-overs good for you to embrace it in your novels, look forward to this read!

Re: Lord of the Hunt (7:22pm June 9, 2013):

I love sequel characters, you barely notice them in the first series then boom they grow and gain your love!

Re: Dream Nights with the CEO (1:01am June 6, 2013):

busy with kids and getting through the Monday to Friday grind, look forward to a weekend downtime!

Re: Sweet Revenge (12:46pm June 4, 2013):

Sounds edgy and not typical, count me in!

Re: Five Days in Skye (12:45pm June 2, 2013):

I love that you stick to your beliefs regardless as you have to get up each day and only you know what is acceptable for you to feel good about who you are. Kids struggle with that always stepping up for what they want and getting themselves into situations where they don't feel they have the power to walk away. I think it is great for a writer to be strong regardless

Re: Katie's Choice (12:42pm June 2, 2013):

I enjoy the more wholesome romance more about the dance and courting.

Re: True (2:51pm June 1, 2013):

it was a struggle to work and fit it in but definitely worthwhile.

Re: South Of Surrender (2:50pm June 1, 2013):

I think we all have some wires that don't quite connect or cross somewhere inside of us. You see some disabilities and some are hidden and the holders of those wonder why they aren't like everyone else. Putting the stories of people who face and overcome obstacles is refreshing because not everything is as easy as we would like to think. Putting that information out there makes us look at ourselves and our behaviours too, sometimes you don't realize what you do until you see it in print.

Re: Long Simmering Spring (2:44pm June 1, 2013):

Sometimes they slap us in the face but good or bad they teach us to do better, to be better, to not follow that road! I think your books sound fab!

Re: Long Simmering Spring (10:02pm May 30, 2013):

I have had a fallout with a friend that was so silly, it took about 10 years and then when we reconnected we wondered why we had let a silly fight keep us from speaking. I am trying now to say what I feel and really not sweat the small stuff because it really doesn't matter.

Re: Dead, White, And Blue (10:01pm May 30, 2013):

I love the surprise factor when I think I know and them boom I don't it is so exciting!

Re: Paige Torn (2:18am May 27, 2013):

Rich in historic detail and splendor, back in a time before electronics became a staple. I have a vision in my mind that I realize strays from reality and would keep that vision of the good, the beauty and enchantment vs the brutality and the ugly in the gothic days.

Re: Reign (2:16am May 27, 2013):

It depends on the challenge sometimes it is a slow climb with a loved one, other times it is an adventure for the girls to take on as a journey.

Re: The Secret Life of Lady Julia (2:14am May 27, 2013):

My secret life would being able to go back a few centuries into the gothic ages and living a life there for a time.

Re: Lighten Up (2:13am May 27, 2013):

We tell white lies to protect others but sometimes maybe we don't have the right to do that. We also tend to not tell our friends things that will hurt them even if we are aware of them.

Re: Flora's Wish (2:30am May 22, 2013):

I haven't read many in this style, I tend to pick the time travel, and quirky romances, very interested in your style it sounds unique and interesting!

Re: Past Due (11:52pm May 18, 2013):

set goals and mark off each accomplishment as you complete it one step at a time and you will realize your dreams.

Re: Seducing Charlotte (11:51pm May 18, 2013):

I prefer moving into the heat after you have a bit of background for the characters

Re: Undone (9:16pm May 16, 2013):

Quick wit, athletic!

Re: Changing Lanes (9:14pm May 16, 2013):

There are a few things I have said that I can never take back and times I really should have said things and I never did...I wish I could say those things that I should have and shut my mouth when I didn't!

Re: Cybersp@ce (12:15pm May 14, 2013):

I love e-books, so convenient and so nice to take on the road! Thanks for the insight, it is scary that so much can be done from afar in a non-positive way. Like to see these masterminds do good!

Re: Acadian Waltz (12:14pm May 14, 2013):

sounds like a heartwarming read, I love the love!

Re: The Practice Proposal (1:46am May 12, 2013):

There are so many that are fit, confident and beautiful. It would be hard to say I think probably David Beckham...ya..he is yummy!

Re: Angora Alibi (1:43am May 12, 2013):

I am always the picture taker so have very few pics. I love taking pics of my kids and dogs so there are tons of those

Re: Ours To Love (12:00pm May 9, 2013):

That sounds like it is a sizzler! I would love to read that with a glass of wine and have a mommy downtime day!

Re: Fearless Heart (10:25am May 5, 2013):

I love hearing about the good, it is hard with the news lately...but seeing those that make it their goal to help others is so inspiring.

Re: Lord of the Mist (1:56am May 4, 2013):

LOVE to time travel...I got hooked on outlander and have loved that type of book and scenario ever since :) Would enjoy your read and love these images of castles sigh!

Re: Heart Of Iron (10:52pm May 1, 2013):

My hero masterpiece would be similar to Damian of Vampire Diaries fame...sigh...slightly wounded, gorgeous, bad but a teddy at heart for his one femme!

Re: A Wedding In Springtime (10:51pm May 1, 2013):

I would choose the rugged Highlander...ever since reading DG series of the outlander I am hooked on that "type"sigh!

Re: Father By Choice (1:39am April 30, 2013):

I dont usually read novels with children in them but would be interested in trying it out!

Re: Detour to Dusk (7:11pm April 28, 2013):

I love vampire tales and am very interested in this read

Re: Thrill Ride (10:13pm April 21, 2013):

Sounds like a fun read

Re: Protector (12:31pm March 3, 2013):

I take my kobo with me everywhere! Now that the app for kindle can be put on an ipad I am using that too!

Re: The Chieftain (7:15pm February 27, 2013):

I like your analogy and thinge the book sounds great!

Re: The Moses Quilt (1:41am February 20, 2013):

We learn from the actions of the past.

Re: The Mistress Memoirs (1:40am February 20, 2013):

I love a complicated story, this sounds like it has many twists and turns!

Re: Murder for the Halibut (9:13pm January 27, 2013):

It should sell because you support other writers and because it is good!

Re: Finding Home (9:26pm January 13, 2013):

best memories include outdoor play and make believe, we didn't have the internet to spend our hours, we hung out and made snowmen, sandcastles and dreamed!

Re: In His Brother's Place (9:22pm January 5, 2013):

I love historicals gives me something to enjoy on a vacation!

Re: Prince Of Power (12:33pm January 4, 2013):

I read the exerpts and have a very in the know friend who tells me about so many fabulous reads :)

Re: For The Love Of A Goblin Warrior (12:32pm January 4, 2013):

Sounds really fun! I love faeries and that sort so think this will be pretty cool!

Re: A Little Bit Wicked (12:36pm December 29, 2012):

Goals and reminding myself of how much I have no matter how crazy the
kids can drive me..I have healthy fantastic kids and need to make these
moments count because they grow up so quickly and someday won't want
to be bugging me :) they will be following their own path vs needing
guidance

Re: Fallen Angel (12:32pm December 29, 2012):

Kids that are healthy and my friends, to be employed.

Re: Christmas Confidential (12:11pm November 28, 2012):

Making a gingerbread house with my youngest son and putting his brothers names on special cookies.

Re: Wolfishly Yours (9:20pm November 23, 2012):

New reads are always on my wish list!

Re: Untamed (9:20pm November 23, 2012):

We get together and enjoy family time

Re: Kissed By A Vampire (12:05pm October 29, 2012):

Sounds like it would be a read I would have a hard time putting down!

Re: Midnight Exposure (12:04pm October 29, 2012):

I enjoy very strong female heroines and usually back in time because that wasn't expected or common behavior.

Re: One Night with a Hero (11:58pm October 27, 2012):

I love military heroes too because they are real and it makes you think about what our real life heroes go through.

Re: Construction Beauty Queen (6:55pm September 30, 2012):

My fave small town memory, seeing my husband sandblast down the cutbanks in the yearly competition. Sandblasting is skiing down sand vs snow :)

Re: Until My Soul Gets It Right (6:54pm September 30, 2012):

I have been in a book club for about 5 years and it is great because it makes us commit to a visit vs letting the time slip away :)

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (2:23am September 28, 2012):

I haven't read your line yet but love so many writers on this site, it is fantastic that you are offering a read as a prize to introduce people to your characters!

Re: Got Game? (9:11pm September 22, 2012):

My kids love hockey and most sports, this would be great to read!

Re: When You Give A Duke A Diamond (6:29pm September 8, 2012):

I like strong heroines!

Re: Temptation In A Kilt (6:28pm September 8, 2012):

Bad boys rock my world!

Re: Treacherous Toys (2:09am September 5, 2012):

Yes what if notes the many pathways you could take...and the different roads you could go down....always a mystery...always a wonder...

Re: Death Where The Bad Rocks Live (4:02am September 3, 2012):

I am confused with the code talk above but would have to do my research for a romance too!

Re: Death on a Longship (4:00am September 3, 2012):

I don't know much about the sailor life but would be interested in this read, thanks for the opportunity!

Re: In the Line of Duty (3:14pm August 26, 2012):

I love exerpts they get you hooked and wanting to read more, thanks for sharing!

Re: Blame It On Texas (3:13pm August 26, 2012):

A fun spin on a classic game, I enjoy the mash up!

Re: Bruja Brouhaha (11:22am August 24, 2012):

Thanks for the opportunity, I think you just need to do things that make you happy and look at each day as an adventure vs just going through the motions.

Re: Relentless Pursuit (5:01am August 20, 2012):

Gin from Jennifer Estep is one of my faves

Re: Primal Possession (10:10am August 15, 2012):

I like the strong female leads and ones that do things beyond just falling for some guy :)

Re: Deep Blue (1:13am August 14, 2012):

I have a few of your books, I love The Christmas Clock and this one looks like another fantastic read! I love how your books make you think about things a little differently :) Look forward to your new read!

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

The bad boys that have that humanity and complex personal growth are fantastic characters!

Re: Goddess in the Middle (4:40pm July 28, 2012):

It sounds like the perfect way to escape after a week at a stressful job, count me in!

Re: Wicked At Heart (4:39pm July 28, 2012):

Heros that really earn the right to be called a hero are fabulous!

Re: Jesse (11:07pm July 13, 2012):

Sounds like a sweet read with a little more storyline and convincing from
Jesse a must!

Re: Deep Autumn Heat (8:54pm July 11, 2012):

I am freaked out to highway drove and just finished a girls road trip where I logged over 19 hours driving time there and back :)

Re: Dark Crossings (8:53pm July 11, 2012):

It sounds like a peaceful story and I enjoy reads of all sorts.

Re: It Begins with a Kiss (5:44pm July 3, 2012):

Series are the best something to look forward to continuing the journey with
your face characters.

Re: My Lady Mage (5:39pm July 3, 2012):

A smart strong man who relies on an animal to complete his feats, sounds
fantastic!

Re: The Princess and the Outlaw (4:19pm July 1, 2012):

Read,relax and enjoy a great cup of java

Re: Invitation To Scandal (8:56pm June 26, 2012):

To be anyone for a day...I would love to be Angelina Jolie

Re: Sins Of The Angels (3:26am June 24, 2012):

Ok, when I logged in there were 4 comments posted! I made it number 5....yipes :)

Re: Into The Darkest Corner (3:25am June 24, 2012):

Yes, I am in a club and it is great because we all bring other thoughts to the books we love.

Re: The Marriage Bargain (3:07pm June 16, 2012):

I tend to enjoy open ended ones that leave it to have another chapter or book in the series...I LOVE Trilogies!

Re: Grill Me, Baby (3:06pm June 16, 2012):

My favorite childhood food was pizza dogs!

Re: Cursed (11:41pm June 14, 2012):

Sounds like a fun read! I love the sci fi stories!

Re: The Wild Wood Enquiry (11:40pm June 14, 2012):

I'm new to this, always looking for a new story to fall in love with!

Re: Joy Ride (2:43pm June 10, 2012):

Beyond a total getaway in the comfort of your own home books provide education and ideas that one would never have thought of. Books are available to all and wonderful!

Re: About Last Night (10:06pm June 9, 2012):

it sounds like a great read and when you use the ebook it is an instant thing, pretty cool stuff!

Re: Life After (2:05am June 9, 2012):

Forgive ...yes, forget NO and really truly sometimes when you are facing that person again the emotions are too raw to stay in check

Re: Copycat Killing (11:58pm June 6, 2012):

I thought Dean Cain was the ultimate man for many moons!

Re: Diamonds Are Truly Forever (6:03pm June 4, 2012):

I try to stay away from it as much as possible, there is always the "no you look great" that is really more about not being hurtful to others. I tend to run on the blunt edge of life and most know where they stand with me, sometimes it is not a good thing but you certainly know who your friends are when you apply this to your lifestyle.

Re: Home For The Summer (6:01pm June 4, 2012):

Babysitting to earn money for school clothes!

Re: Finding Her Son (12:31pm May 28, 2012):

Keeping with the be happy with what you have is a big thing.

Re: Kiss Of The Goblin Prince (8:16pm May 12, 2012):

It is the hybrid thing that puts the spin on all that was old and makes it new again, I really enjoy that creative spin just like the remix of my favorite old songs!

Re: A Plain Death (2:35pm April 14, 2012):

Sounds like a fun read!

Re: Illicit Intuitions (8:36pm April 10, 2012):

Just hearing the buzz about pinterest, i think it is a great way to share between like minded people.

Re: Woodrose Mountain (11:18pm April 5, 2012):

I appreciate the underdog and coming up in a positive way despite what life has thrown at you!

Re: The Last Beginning (2:13pm February 19, 2012):

It is just another day in my home, no epic fail just not celebrated or remembered.

Re: A Scandalous Countess (2:26pm February 12, 2012):

I think both have their plus and minus points; either make me wish for days of chivalry.

Re: Stud (1:45am February 8, 2012):

No, the movies don't but I have to say I have really enjoyed the Harry Potter movies, they are amazing

Re: Falling For The Fireman (1:18am January 24, 2012):

They are real heros and showcase what it takes to give so much of yourself, there is nothing sexier than that...being real and giving to others.

Re: Banshee Charmer (2:02pm January 22, 2012):

Heros are people and they make mistakes, the best ones are those that redeem themselves. They should be strong, honest and sexy as all get out!

Re: Dreamers (10:22pm January 21, 2012):

A dreamer for sure!

Re: The Fallen Queen (11:45pm January 20, 2012):

I enjoy the concept and this type of book, in the end the angels are always redeeming themselves so it is cool to follow their journey.

Re: Made For Marriage (2:03am January 17, 2012):

Keep everything fresh by touching base & having a creative spin in your intro.

Re: Hot Rain (4:51pm January 4, 2012):

I met mine in highschool, I have had some friends who have met some fantastic people this way though! You never know and it certainly gives you the ability to get to chat with and know someone's personality before you even meet them.

Re: A Demon Does It Better (1:43am January 3, 2012):

I like sci-fi, NOT that I would want to be in that place but I enjoy a wild read!

Re: Lover's Leap (1:45am December 29, 2011):

I love that you have created a place to heal, these books sound like the type of read that makes you feel whole again.

Re: Finding Felicity (10:17am December 23, 2011):

Yes the holidays are for remembering and time with loved ones not a shopping marathon and keep up with the joneses scenario.

Re: Dreaming Of The Wolf (10:35pm December 8, 2011):

Ha Ha hmmm with company like that who can think about food!

Re: Hellsbane (10:27pm December 8, 2011):

Struggling with it. The kids are now teens and it just isn't the same, they are not really into it but still want the magic they remember from their elementary days. I am trying to get them involved by giving to others and doing deeds for each other. My one son took my other sons broken chain in and is getting it fixed for him as a surprise for Christmas :)

Re: Sleight Of Paw (2:13am December 6, 2011):

Hmmm looking back at the photos when I THOUGHT I was having a great hair day...10 years later it is scary what I THOUGHT was good hair lol!

Re: Hushed (2:33am December 5, 2011):

I like the paranormal.

Re: Wild Thing (2:32am December 5, 2011):

It's like the saying the grass is greener on the other side of the fence ;)

Re: Busted in Bollywood (5:41pm December 3, 2011):

I like that it is original and includes a few of my loves too! I love food, I love reading and I love sharing my thoughts and ideas with the fantastic women in my reading group. My first thought is that the discussion of a book such as this one requires each of the book club group members to prepare a sweet dish!

Re: The Return Of The Stranger (2:41pm November 20, 2011):

It is cool that you can get inspiration from anywhere. This sounds like a good read!

Re: Until There Was You (11:58pm November 15, 2011):

The people we were when we were younger are the people we wish we could have given the confidence and knowledge that we hold now. Being older and a bit more aware of what a person is really about makes me think Liam is in for a mind boggling adventure.

Re: Tall, Dark And Cowboy (8:27pm November 7, 2011):

That sounds like quite the challenge. Even trying to find work and a home for you and your dog. I think people find out what they are made of when hardship hits. I can't wait to read!

Re: The Goblin King (2:02am October 7, 2011):

I love knowing the background of a story it makes the read that much more interesting and personal.

Re: Lord and Lady Spy (2:38am September 8, 2011):

I LOVE Liam and Kirsty they are awesome!

Re: Lucky Girl (2:24pm August 23, 2011):

Hardly a first date but when I was 15 with a group of 5 other friends. Nothing exciting, the movie and hanging out.

Re: The Bone House (5:01pm August 22, 2011):

Sounds like a read to keep you up at night and not want to put the book down untill the very end@

Re: The Genesis Key (10:18pm July 28, 2011):

It sounds like a very interesting read that took time, effort and research to develop.

Re: What A Goddess Wants (10:16pm July 28, 2011):

Concentrate? Aren't the hectic events of our lives what makes us hyperfocus on ANYTHING other that what is happening at the moment ;)

Re: Break Out (12:30pm July 4, 2011):

I think it's a good thing and becoming more the way of it. There are so many were/vamp sites and novels now and more and more we are integrating all the fun bits together, I say that it's much more interesting this way!

Re: Heart of the Highland Wolf (9:28am June 9, 2011):

I love highlanders and werewolfs are getting up there too! It started with the vampires and now the werewolfs are just getting crazy sexy!

Re: Mind Games (8:16pm May 25, 2011):

Laughter brings job but stalking is scary :) It is so crazy that you can follow people's lives and going ons by twitter and blogs...it is really out there, everything we do...ps i have you locked in on google earth! just kidding but how scary is it that big bro is watching our every click of the mouse.

Re: Awaken The Highland Warrior (2:25am May 18, 2011):

I think they are definitely part of the author either as their desired alter ego or through life experiences. Sometimes we choose one path that sets the stones in motion vs the other path that would have smoothed the ride or caused a break in the road ;)

Re: Dragons Prefer Blondes (3:26pm May 8, 2011):

More and more I am getting into the youtube realm of things, it makes me feel more connected and I love that authors are blogging and doing these types of activities to bring their readers in, I think it strengthens their fan base.

Re: Love Drunk Cowboy (2:57am May 4, 2011):

It would take very little :) I am not the high heel type and favor boots, a laid back life and just going with the flow. It would be sweet to forget about the office and enjoy some downtime.

Re: The Devil in Disguise (10:50pm April 23, 2011):

I love reading about books the author enjoys and learning about what inspires them to write the books they do. What is the author's hopes for the characters, will the characters grow and develop (If in a series).

Re: It Happened On Maple Street (1:15pm April 19, 2011):

It is fantastic that people can speak freely and receive help when they are dealing with such a horrific life experience. These individuals that stand up for what is right are true heroes!

Re: Drip Dead (9:21pm April 14, 2011):

Sharing your passion is never a bad thing. It's funny how when we are young it is about fitting in by "being unique the same your particular group is ie. all having the same unique hairstyle lol, when you become a grown up it's all about being unique for real, when it is actually cool to just be who you are!

Re: The Return Of Black Douglas (9:34pm April 1, 2011):

I am so intrigued by the Scottish roots and history of the people (Sigh). I thought Gaelic was the language spoken :) you can always teach an old dog new tricks :) Keep writing your fantastic reads!

Re: Play Me (3:44pm March 29, 2011):

Romantic and not just for the sake of it, more for the ultimate connection of the characters.

Re: Angel Sister (12:51pm March 18, 2011):

It is interesting how childhood memories that we forget as teens mean so much to us in out adult lives. There are so many sweet moments that we can remember when....

Re: Tyler (1:28am March 17, 2011):

A woman in power who has a soft spot for a cowboy, sounds like a sweet read@

Re: Angel's Rest (4:45pm March 12, 2011):

I think a rebirth is something we can all practice in...we are and we are not that same girl we were 20 years ago and sometimes we are pigeonholed into a personality that we feel we must live like. We grow, we change, tragedy and blessings shape our new persona. Why not let everyone see you are you and not who you were typecast as.

Re: A Taste of Seduction (1:27pm March 11, 2011):

Congrats to you for dealing with your pain by pushing through and going to that spot deep inside you to write a creative and passionate piece.

Re: Taste Me (3:16am March 10, 2011):

Stories for the grown up girls vs the teen girls are much appreciated!

Re: Animal Magnetism (9:22pm March 5, 2011):

Hmmm nice, next time you will have to ask the subject of your intentions to pose for a cover shot :) can you imagine how flattered he would be!

Re: Treasure Me (2:01am March 3, 2011):

I love reading about authors, authors blogs and finding out what gives them inspiration to write the stories and find the characters that they do.

Re: Against the Law (1:59am March 3, 2011):

I love stories that continue you get so hooked on the characters and it is just hard to say goodbye to them.

Re: Wicked Seduction (12:05pm March 2, 2011):

I think we all live in a fantasy world at times, it is how we cope and how we will good things to happen!

Re: RiverTime (2:25am February 16, 2011):

Survival, fear & instinct...sounds like a book of total raw emotion.

Re: Deadly Ties (3:03am February 7, 2011):

Sounds so interesting and well thought out. I love books that have the unexpected because no...everyone is not always ok in the end.

Re: The Fire In Ember (3:18am January 10, 2011):

I love the historical aspect...not too important if a princess is involved or not but the whole back in time peaks my interest!

Re: Haunted Honeymoon (4:19pm December 27, 2010):

I love books that take you from the expected, I enjoy humour and love. I enjoy anything upbeat that makes you think...hey maybe it is possible!

Re: Second Chances (11:32pm December 1, 2010):

Yes, we all need a do-over once in awhile...sometimes you don't realize what you've lost until it's gone...

Re: Honky Tonk Christmas (3:05am November 20, 2010):

Fond memories of Crystal Gale...

Re: The Taming Of The Wolf (2:35am November 18, 2010):

I had been big on the vamps but am starting to love the wolves...just the whole animal thing.

Re: Swift Justice (2:33am November 18, 2010):

I like getting organized I have everything ready and done by the end of Sept but then tend to want to shop MORE and go a bit crazy in the spending dept.

Re: The Christmas Clock (1:21am November 15, 2010):

Hi Kat, I own the Christmas Clock book and want to tell your readers that it is very touching and well worth the read :) To me it seems different than your normal style of writing perhaps because of the real ties.

Re: The Forever Queen (8:39pm November 12, 2010):

The book sounds like a read that would be hard to put down. The cover is AWESOME!!!!

Re: Holiday Grind (3:13am November 6, 2010):

I most look forward to downtime and time away from work and with my family. With regards to sweet treats I would have to say trifle and egg nogg are WAY up there. I love having time to relax and enjoy my family.

Re: The Devil She Knows (3:08am November 6, 2010):

A little town called Barkerville reminds me of happy times as a kid. I love taking my Children there. As for special meals my favorite treat was scones and honey always served with a hot cup of tea! yummy

Re: The Snow Globe (9:37pm November 3, 2010):

Having my first child, a moment that is etched in my brain, heart and soul forever.

Re: Holiday Affair (12:08pm November 2, 2010):

Dear Santa, thank you for bringing super centers that stock it all and have premade shortbread cookies I only have to bake and gingerbread houses I whip the icing for and glop candy on :) seriously it is about the time we get together. We will wrap the presents in new tea towels, old calendars, newspaper flyers (shiny so they don't leave print on everything lol) and just enjoy our time as a family sipping cocoa and watching christmas movies.

Re: Pinned for Murder (8:36pm October 27, 2010):

Insight is everything, it makes you feel connected to those personas dear to you!

Re: Backstage Pass (7:54pm October 14, 2010):

No cats any way you look at it lol, the books sound fun!

Re: Runes (1:18am October 5, 2010):

I think it would be cool to have a window into the past...back in the days of the scottish lads when lords and ladies were prevailent but to be able to come back to modern times too...live in both worlds

Re: The Spy Who Saved Christmas (1:13am October 5, 2010):

I love reading and playing Monopoly with my kids :)

Re: Dark Deception (8:52pm September 1, 2010):

My labor of love is my family and three Jack Russells, they are my world.

Re: Assassin's Heart (3:09am August 24, 2010):

I would like to think so because of the deja vu feeling that I get. Sometimes even when you have never met a person before...you seem to know them...sometimes when you have never been to a certain place you remember it...so weird but makes me think...wow...i know this place...why...

Re: Whisper Kiss (3:35pm August 20, 2010):

The longevity; the mystery that surrounds these creatures. Are they for good...are they evil, what makes them tick....

Re: Hero (12:25pm August 18, 2010):

It is sometimes hard to not get caught up in hype. I find I trust a few of my girlfriends reviews becaause they have the same taste as me vs. the masses.

Re: Roast Mortem (4:37pm August 14, 2010):

Sounds like some pretty tasty
stuff!

Re: The Smuggler And The Society Bride (2:31am August 6, 2010):

I enjoy tales from the past!

Re: The Ark (6:52pm July 28, 2010):

Maybe you've tapped into something bigger than yourself and that story needs to be told. Sounds like an interesting read.

Re: Love and Scandal (3:02am July 22, 2010):

I love ebooks as much as I love historical romances, I enjoy the Kobo and the Sony ereaders they are a fantastic way to take my collection everywhere I go :)

Re: The Tutor (2:59am July 22, 2010):

Sounds like a great read; one that would go well with wine and chocolate!

Re: Revenge for Old Times' Sake (12:50pm July 17, 2010):

Hmmm good question, maybe it's our Life experiences and those real life people who we can't get out of our mind who write the characters.

Re: Fortunate Harbor (2:03am July 16, 2010):

These books sound great and different from the norm. Friends are like family sometimes hard to live with or be around but always in our hearts.

Re: Ice Cold (10:03pm July 14, 2010):

It sounds dangerous and interesting...sort of twilight zone stuff...love that

Re: Murder in the Abstract (9:54pm July 14, 2010):

Rules were meant to be broken so it is fantastic to see someone push that envelope but still remain a "good guy"at heart.

Re: The 1st Wife (2:53pm July 10, 2010):

I bake or take it out on the eliptical, depends on my mood :) When you give so much or yourself with writing it it natural to have an outlet of opposite nature...skating. PS I like your glam shot and then the skater look complete with ipod and helmet - which EVERYONE should be wearing when they go.

Re: The Wild Irish Sea (12:59pm July 8, 2010):

I grew up with a Scottish Nana and love the stories of her youth and romantasize Ireland bigtime. Making your hero work for his happily ever after is fantastic, I think it would be an awesome read

Re: Money, Honey (1:16am July 7, 2010):

I loved the outlander series and when Jaimie remarried when he thought Claire was gone forever to him and then ran back to his true love.

Re: Crush On You (1:14am July 7, 2010):

I love when a friendship grows to love and when their is that background and history between characters. Your books are upbeat.

Re: Home is Where the Bark is (2:17am July 6, 2010):

I have three Jack Russell terriers and they are amazing and loving boys. They give their heart to my children and bring so much joy 'to my family.

Re: Unchained (2:14am July 6, 2010):

Summer camping, getting all our gear together to camp and spend a summer weekend as a family kayaking and hanging out.

Re: Rapture Untamed (1:57am June 30, 2010):

I generally prefer series as I have a hard time saying goodbye to favorite characters and enjoy seeing them grow and change. ONe of the favorite series I ever read was the Outlander series by Diana Gabaldon. I love Jaimie and always look forward to being fascinated with a fictional character again :)

Re: The Master & the Muses (2:47pm June 28, 2010):

The perfect hero or heroine has faults and seems human one that I can relate too but that has a much stronger sense of self than the average person.

Re: Hidden Wives (4:34pm June 26, 2010):

I get in a funk, too busy, etc. Reading clears my head and makes me a better mom so I just need to make it my stress free time. I turn the tv off by 9 so I don't just sit in front of it when kids are in bed and take my book and a cup of tea and enjoy the me time.

Re: Fatal Affair (8:12pm June 24, 2010):

Hi Marie;

I like a man who backs his heroine in every way and who isn't afraid to put his heart out there.

Re: Sworn To Protect (1:31am June 24, 2010):

Strong women are the only kind I enjoy reading about!

Re: Smooth Talking Stranger (9:14pm June 21, 2010):

At home with my kids and husband, they are making dad's day special by helping him with his garden. I will be making his favorite dinner :)

Re: The Lies We Told (12:49pm June 18, 2010):

Diane; I really liked the trailer and the music for whatever reason the speakers voice didn't hold my interest a stronger more varied pitch would have kept my interest more. I think that the book sounds fantastic and the trailer is a great hook. I can't wait to read it!

Re: Dragon Unmasked (1:55am June 16, 2010):

I have had to put aside reading when my family demands took my spare time...so busy doing my grade 6, 8 & 10 homework that I don't have me time ;). I'm happy to say now that summer is coming my children will have a break and I will have downtime to enjoy more than a few good reads :)

Re: Royal Captive (10:31am June 15, 2010):

Yes, I think we all have thoughts about where we should go and what we should do then reality hits us and we look in the mirror and say hey that's not who I thought I would be but it always works out. I thought I would be a very career orientated type person, turns out after 3 children I still enjoy work but my priority is my kids and family. My son currently believes he will be a sponsored bike enthusiast for his career (I will not be the one to burst his bubble) and who knows...if you don't limit someone they really can do anything :)

Re: Death Threads (1:23am June 15, 2010):

The dynamics are like that in our lives, the people we meet who seem to have none of our traits or fit into our age bracket are sometimes the ones that become closest to our hearts.

Re: Hidden Wives (9:17pm June 12, 2010):

It is a treat to be given access to the goings on in a community and culture that is so foreign to mine but coexists side by each.

Re: Crush On You (2:20am June 11, 2010):

Jeans, budweiser sweater & jean jacket...at a party back in 1987!

Re: Blown Away (3:20pm June 6, 2010):

I am now in a book club with a group of friends, I think ereading has opened another dimension of reading and find I am continually with my Kobo...anywhere anytime :) It is wonderful to be able to bring reading back to my life.

Re: I Love This Bar (10:36pm June 4, 2010):

Score! I never have that type of luck though!

Re: Night Myst (10:34pm June 4, 2010):

I think it just shows how diverse you are and that your thoughts flow in multiple directions. Keep up the fantastic writing!

Re: Strange Neighbors (2:48am June 1, 2010):

It is always fun to read about the lives of others and realize that no one is the norm.

Re: Sex And The Single Earl (3:06am May 19, 2010):

There are some bonuses to having people know your business, it also brings out the people that care about you.

Re: On Folly Beach (3:05am May 19, 2010):

I love scrapbooking but have become lazy and enjoy the online version where you can pick your backgrounds and easily scan letters, birthday cards and take photos of precious things to put in the books eg. those cool art projects that the kids make that I have no more room for :)

Re: The Jaguar Prince (4:28pm May 9, 2010):

My pup ran over to my neighbors...into their home when they left the door open and Peed on their couch :( I wonder if they will write a book about their crazy neighborhood dog! lol

Re: The Highlander's Sword (12:15pm March 17, 2010):

I LOVE Historical pieces especially Celtic. I appreciate a good read that includes strong men and even stronger women. PS Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Re: Take Me If You Dare (5:50pm March 7, 2010):

I love Sandra Bullock...besides that it would be great to see some less Hollywood movies take the awards.

Re: Promise Me Tonight (1:03am February 13, 2010):

Bad boys all the way, great contest!

Re: Legend Of The White Wolf (3:35pm February 5, 2010):

Werewolves are so mysterious and exciting to follow.

Re: Getting Lucky (2:04pm January 18, 2010):

I love series, following your favorite characters through more than one adventure is fantastic!

Re: Captive Desires (1:42pm November 2, 2009):

I love getting into a story it helps me unwind from my very hectic reality. Your books are lovely and I am so happy you share your vision with the readers!

Re: Tortured (1:32am August 18, 2009):

The new read sounds wonderful! It is always freeing to mentally set yourself back into a period then come back home...suddenly your prince seems more dashing :)

Re: Beloved Vampire (1:30am August 18, 2009):

Dark Shadows was my fave in vampire shows...loved the chemistry between the actors...

Re: Whisper of Warning (5:07pm January 25, 2009):

What a wonderful prize and way to keep your readers updated!

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