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Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (4:05pm May 6, 2015):
Happy Birthday Jade. I love your books.
Re: Everlasting Enchantment (8:06pm December 6, 2013):
I would pick a dragon shifter. I love your books and this book cover looks awesome.
Re: The Arrangement (1:07pm August 24, 2013):
Thank you for your books. I love reading them.
Re: Magic Rises (4:10pm July 18, 2013):
LOVE your books and can't wait for the new one to come out. Thank you for writing them. My daughter and I enjoy them so much.
Re: Fall Into You (10:17am January 23, 2013):
I usually read the one that caught my interest then go back and see if I like the rest. I have been reading series from the beginning of my favorite authors and have gotten into a series just because of one book in the middle.
Re: Undercover Wolf (10:13am January 23, 2013):
I'm going for your Oodles of Poodles first. Too many paranormal books out now and I want a break.
Re: Real Men Don\'t Break Hearts (10:10am January 23, 2013):
I like a book with characters I can feel are real. It makes me stay with the story to see how it works out for them.
Re: After the Rain (10:07am January 23, 2013):
Telling a secret to my father. I wouldn't take back what I've gotten since then but the expectations of better from him.
Re: Falling for her Fiance (10:04am January 23, 2013):
Funny always gets me. He also has to treat women right,care about his family,be understanding of old wounds and a great kisser.
Re: Charming Blue (8:19pm September 21, 2012):
I tend to breeze over the sex parts now and get on with the story, but then I'm 51. I do like your books and hope you continue to write in the same style.
Re: Creating Fate (2:52pm July 24, 2012):
The day I met Chris. I knew he was the one.
Re: Night Veil (10:32am July 1, 2011):
Batman. Superman was too good for me. Batman didn't mind getting dirty, which was how I stayed as a kid with four brothers. Plus there is the car and he is rich.
Re: Demons Are A Girl's Best Friend (3:52pm April 12, 2011):
I love your books. The friendships and all the different guys they fall in love with. I also like hearing how the characters are getting along when you bring them into other stories.
Re: Collision Course (7:38pm April 8, 2011):
Anne McCaffrey, the X-Men, and of course Star Trek but I really loved Anne. Star Wars came out when I was in high school and I went with my little brothers and missed some of the movie by taking them to the bathroom.
Re: Haunting Desire (4:53pm April 6, 2011):
I don't remember any Celtic legends but the one from England of Merlin. The book sounds great.
Re: Animal Magnetism (5:35pm March 5, 2011):
My grocery store is the place to be on Sunday mornings. More guys in there.
Re: Deadly Heat (9:58am January 22, 2011):
I like a story with humor and twists and turns. Being able to laugh with a book is great.
Re: Marked By The Moon (1:10pm November 4, 2010):
I love to see witch costumes. They are always changing.
Re: The Spy Who Saved Christmas (4:50pm October 4, 2010):
I love to read. Only tried writing in high school. Watch a little tv at night, but most of the time I'm reading.
Re: One Touch of Scandal (2:45pm September 26, 2010):
My rewards are going to the movies, getting a new book, or there's always chocolate.
Re: Seduced by the Wolf (11:04am August 23, 2010):
Your book sounds interesting. Looking forward to reading it.
Re: Money, Honey (3:15pm July 6, 2010):
I have just discovered Ilona Andrews books and love them. Actually I picked On The Edge up thinking my daughter might like it and I got into it. Then we had to get the others.
Re: Fatal Affair (6:18pm June 26, 2010):
I love a guy who has been through rough times but uses it to better his life. Who is honest and keeps his word and it doesn't hurt that he's tall and handsome and kind and a good kisser.
Re: Hidden Wives (6:09pm June 26, 2010):
I've just discovered Ilona Andrews and the new books by Jennifer Estep. Patricia Briggs and Carrie Vaughn. I got tired of the straight romance so I tried different ones and I have to admit they are good. I still slip in a romance now and again.
Re: Night Myst (3:14pm June 4, 2010):
I always pick up my favorite authors books and there have only been a few times when I couldn't get into a series. I was disappointed but glad for all the other books they have put out that I enjoy. Can't please everyone but you can go crazy trying.
Re: Sex And The Single Earl (2:09pm May 19, 2010):
Small towns are great if you are accepted, but if you're not in step with others it's hard to take. Much easier to be odd in the big city, no one really cares.
Re: Web Of Lies (1:37pm May 18, 2010):
I just finished Spider's Bite and loved it. Cant' wait to read Web of Lies. Thank you so much for these books.
Re: His Border Bride (10:02am May 3, 2010):
My favorite hero is Wulfgar from The Wolf and The Dove. He starts out as the enemy, but he comes around a piece at a time to be the hero. That's what I like. Learning why he does the things he does, and they do make sense after a while.
Re: On Shadow Beach (11:40am April 6, 2010):
I'm usually drawn to my favorite authors. Sometimes it's the title on someone I haven't read before, sometimes it's the cover. I hate covers that show the main character as completely different, like they either didn't care about how the character was written or didn't get any info about what the book was about.
Re: Chick with a Charm (2:34pm February 19, 2010):
I love both cats and dogs. Had a dog when I was young. When he died and dad said no more, I convinced him to let me have a cat. Which he kept when I moved out. Now we have two dogs.
Re: My Dearest Mr. Darcy (11:31am January 7, 2010):
I love that phrase. It must be great to say it where you work.
Re: Breakfast In Bed (10:31pm December 28, 2009):
Interesting. I'll have to look for the book. Thanks.
Re: Love in Translation (6:17pm December 10, 2009):
I've never traveled outside the US but we did have an English neighbor who taught me how to knit.
Re: The Sweethearts' Knitting Club (1:08pm December 1, 2009):
Saving Aleengheny Green. My daughter wants to write books so I'll show her this. When she wrote her stories for school she always managed to kill off her family, saving me for last. The teachers thought there was a problem, but I thought it was better she just wrote about it and not acted on it. I liked reading about Lori. Thanks.
Re: Rainwater (12:49pm November 6, 2009):
When I first saw a book trailer, I thought that my favorite author was having her book made into a movie. But then I had to laugh, my idea of how the book is does look different then how the trailer is. Sometimes it does make me want to get the book, especially if I hadn't considered it. Makes me curious.
Re: Demon Ex Machina (12:37pm October 5, 2009):
I'm glad I'm not the only one who feels out of it when science is talked about. It's like wind blowing through my mind because I don't have anything to latch onto to make sense of it all but I can program the vcr.