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35 comments posted.

Re: Roommates (2:59pm October 4, 2011):

I like these names Ian, Julian & Adrian. The show I like as crazy as it may seem, it Criminal Minds. It is way out there, but it makes you think and it does end with the bad guy killed or prison. It is not the same old stuff. Best wishs on the book and all that follows.

Re: Night Walker (6:15pm July 18, 2011):

I agree with Kathleen, we will live forever in eternal life.
It will have no illness, sadness or anything that is wrong. I
will hold on to this great faith and joy.

Re: Break Out (9:04am July 4, 2011):

I thing it's just fine to cross-genre novel, but that it's
with style. Wish you the best on the book and all that
follows.

Re: Deadly Promises (6:12pm May 8, 2011):

All things happen for a reason, some are good and some are
bad. We do not have all answers and understanding for what
has happen on 9/11 and how this story still continues. As
this book is of the Navy Seals, lets take a moment to pray
for the ones that had a job to do and did it. That they are
also at peace in every way. Thank you for the chance to win
a good book.

Re: A Family Affair (10:47am May 6, 2011):

I am a family of seven and I am #6. My family are sooo crazy,
different but completely loving. When God gives you things
they are for a reason. I have to always remember there is some
of those crazy within me too. smile

Re: Angel Sister (9:50am March 18, 2011):

This is a win win book and I would like to wish you the best
on it.

Re: Beneath The Night Tree (1:30pm February 18, 2011):

Just like Kai Wong I had a friend in high school that had to
many girls to notice me. We stayed friends because we just
like the way we think about life and had fun together.
Years later we got together and today we are marry for 16
years and have two great boys. The best thing is that we
are still friends and we still enjoy our time together.

Re: Everyone Loves A Hero (12:08pm February 2, 2011):

My hero is my son Julian, 14 yrs. old, he is in the 8th grade
and just completed his 2nd year in Cross Country. He is #1 in
his school and they will have him working in the summer for
the high school level. I have pick-up running and hope to do
a 5K run in November. What your kids can teach you.

Re: Deadly Identity (7:42pm December 30, 2010):

I so can not write, but love to read. I also admire how a
person can write and get me lost in that world.

Re: The Heir (10:17am December 16, 2010):

Yes, my 3 big brothers and 2 big sister did the same to me. I
guess being the youngest not always fun, until now that you
can just look younger then them (smile) Thank yo for the
chance to win and have a great Holiday.

Re: Icecapade (2:37pm December 13, 2010):

Love and mystery is like chocolate with strawberry, you can
not have enough.

Re: Sparks (6:15pm December 3, 2010):

Sparky sounds great and thank you for the chance to win. I
wish you the best on the book and all that follows.

Re: Dating Mr. December (3:21pm November 23, 2010):

I like how you get your way in writing and want to wish you
the best on the book and all that follows. Thank you for the
chance to win.

Re: The Christmas Clock (10:19am November 15, 2010):

I have read about this book and
I am glad to have a chance to
win it. I would like to wish
you the best on the book and all
that follows. Happy Holidays.

Re: Mr. Darcy's Obsession (4:02pm October 27, 2010):

I like to be familiar with the
characters and look forward to
the continue story, its a mini
soap. smile!

Re: Nemesis (2:48pm August 22, 2010):

Yes the weather is a bit much
this year and I know we are
all looking forward to fall
season. I think making a tuna
or chicken pasta salad is a
great summer meal. My boys
love it and they do not see
all the veggies I put in it.
Also a fruit salad is great
too. I am almost at the end
of a book of Amish and I am
loving it, The Honest Love by
Kathleen Fuller. Thank you
for the chance to win.

Re: Roast Mortem (8:33am August 14, 2010):

I am from NY and I have seen first hand how the FDNY work and they are great. Coffee can just be my middle name. I was bless to have grandparents that owned a coffee field in PR and expierance first hand true coffee. I must be honest to say I have never read your books, but I am interested and will be adding on my list to read. Thank you for the chance to win.

P.S. Pancakes look great too.

Re: Monster in Miniature (4:19pm July 31, 2010):

I love to read all types of books and try something new like a new author. I like the title of this book, it makes you wounder and want to read it. Best luck on the book.

Re: Ice Cold (10:20am July 14, 2010):

I love to read these types of book, thank you for the chance. Best wishes on the book!

Re: Murder in the Abstract (9:32am July 14, 2010):

First I would like to wish you the best on the book, not that you need it. This sounds great and I too like to read about bad boys. Thank you for the chance to win.

Re: Hidden Wives (7:35pm June 13, 2010):

The book sounds so great and I want to wish the best on it. Thank you for the chance to win.

Re: Crush On You (5:37pm June 10, 2010):

We were best of friends in high school and kept up through out the years. I invited him over for dinner and had a cute off shorts and T-shirt. I was young, thin and looked perfect. Two boys and two state later I am not thin, far from perfect but still see how he looks at me as if I am.

Re: Sex And The Single Earl (1:53pm May 19, 2010):

I have not thought much of a small town untill I movied into one. I live in a small town and I learn that people are truly caring and very much a family. I am very much a marry woman but reading a romantic novel would have me woundering what could be happening in a small town. A true writer could go wild with this.

Re: On Folly Beach (9:39am May 18, 2010):

My grandmother was very special to me as well. My mother would send me to the island of Puerto Rico, in the summer, to be with her. I learn so much with her. I was #6 of 7 kids, my mom did not have much time, but my grandmother always did. I went 3 different times in my life before she left this world and my last time I was a young adult and learn even more of her great talents and skills. She was specal and the memories will always be mine.

Re: Haunting Warrior (8:22am May 12, 2010):

Having ancester from Spain and day dreaming as a young girl. I always dreamed in meating Don Diego de la Vega (Zorro). Something about those men on horses with hispanic features. The women with the great gowns with pearl and lace and jewelry on there hair.

Re: A Thread So Thin (8:25pm May 8, 2010):

I do like to read YA and I pass them on to the girls in my neighborhood. I have two boys so I give boys stuff to them. It is nice to be known as a big reader to my boys friends.

Re: Beautiful People (8:41am April 21, 2010):

Humor is part of making it in this great world. Humor goies hand in hand with all emotions. Thank you for the laugh.

Re: My Own Personal Soap Opera (8:09pm April 7, 2010):

You are geat and I am glad that I have learn of you. With all the bad things that are going on today this is the kind of book we need. Lets forget about the problem and have a bit of laugh. Best wishs with the book and all that follows.

Re: Aries Rising (2:53pm March 26, 2010):

I found your experience very interesting and hope for the best on the book, as well as all that follows.

Re: Promise Me Tonight (5:06pm February 12, 2010):

This sounds like the type of book to read on V Day and get you in the mood.

Cynthia

Re: Legend Of The White Wolf (7:20pm February 5, 2010):

I also did not think of werewolves like this before. I find it very interesting.

Re: Forbidden Heat (10:57am January 27, 2010):

First I want to wish you the best on the book and thank you for the chance to win it. This book sounds like a great read, I also enjoyed the blog.

Re: The Keepers Of Sulbreth (10:21am January 15, 2010):

Yes, to all three questions, I have read books just becouse the title interest me and I have not jet been disappointed. Names do matter and sometimes it does not match there characters.

Re: The Beautiful Being (4:50pm December 17, 2009):

I agree with some of the ladies to say I do not have the gift of writing but love to read and read and read. I would like to add have a wonderful Holiday and thank you for the chance to win great books.

Cynthia Plaza-Harney
cpharney(at)yahoo(dot)com

Re: Over My Dead Body (7:12pm November 17, 2009):

Love Thanksgiving and family gathering. I have 3 brothers and 3 sisters, (I'm #6 of 7)when we get together with inlaws, niece, nephew and cusins it becomes a very big party. It is the best and I will not be able to be there this year. As for my grandparents they lived in Puerto Rico and Thanksgiving is not celebrated. It's an American thing and I'm glad I'm part of it. God bless and hope you have as much to thanks as I do.

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