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Sweet Romance + Thrilling Intrigue = February Best Reads

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Night time can be frightening, especially when you’re all alone.


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He wanted revenge but found love instead.


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Some promises are meant to be broken, Some vows are forever…


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Can the course that they’ve set for the future handle a slight detour...?


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The famous bells are ringing a hero’s welcome when a former army captain returns home...


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"A cracker of a read—her best yet!"—B. A. Paris


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Trading favors, battling wills, and winning love


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Bound by love. . .torn apart by secrets.


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Will a blackout change everything for these unlikely lovers?


Kathleen Yohanna

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261 comments posted.

Re: Rugged Hearts (5:05am December 6, 2013):

I know it has been said before but I too am grateful for my family. I am blessed to have three wonderful children and a dear husband. I am looking forward to spending the holidays with them.

Re: Legend Of The Highland Dragon (4:56am December 6, 2013):

I had to substitute for a secretary on one of my jobs. All I had to do was answer phones and total time sheets. I was so nervous. I have nothing but praise for all secretaries and the work they do.

Re: Everlasting Enchantment (4:48am December 6, 2013):

I think that I could fall in love with a shape shifter unicorn. I love to ride horses and the unicorn is just so magical. Your new book sounds great by the way. Congratulations!

Re: Stranded (4:31am December 6, 2013):

All your tips work well for people who are not writers too. Most of us have hectic days around the holidays and the tip about using different scents could work for everyone.

Re: Tempest's Course (4:21am December 6, 2013):

This book sounds really interesting. I haven't read any of the books you mentioned but I am looking forward to reading TEMPEST'S COURSE.

Re: The Blake Legacy (4:11am December 6, 2013):

I just checked out the site for the first time. I like the colors and the way you scroll down for each book. I am looking forward to December's offerings.

Re: My Lady Quicksilver (4:00am October 4, 2013):

I know what you mean about lies. If you tell enough of them, it is hard to remember them all. This sounds like an interesting book. Thanks for the chance to win the giveaway.

Re: The Surprising Enchantress (8:55am September 16, 2013):

I love New York City and you got to see three plays!!! I am really jealous. But, we have some nice theaters out here if I an willing to travel to Los Angeles.

Re: The Sheik Retold (3:13am September 13, 2013):

Thanks for the history behind the original book. Now let's see the updated version.

Re: Virtual Heaven (4:05am September 5, 2013):

I am not a gamer but I do love the Jersey shore. I used to go to Atlantic City every summer. Of course it is changed now with all the casinos but back in the day it was a fun place to stay.

Re: The Good Wife (3:19am September 3, 2013):

When you love someone that much, they can really hurt you. Once burned.

Re: Unforeseeable (12:01pm September 1, 2013):

I love mysteries. This book sounds great.

Re: Strung Out To Die (5:09pm August 19, 2013):

I love mysteries and if they have fleshed out characters that you can get to know even better. I read for pleasure now so cozies are great.

Re: Italian Affair (3:53am August 10, 2013):

I thought that it was silly of me to think of the characters in a book as real. For days after I finished "Gone Girl" I wondered how the characters were doing. I had to keep reminding myself that they were just fictional characters and couldn't possibly be doing anything.

Re: Death Al Dente (12:55pm August 2, 2013):

I did leave home but I never went back. I think that no one will know me now. Maybe someday....

Re: Jaguar Fever (3:50am August 1, 2013):

Yes, I would like to dance with Wade. This club is like no other that I have ever heard of. Great imagination. This sounds like a great story.

Re: Reckless (4:26am July 25, 2013):

I liked Salt with Angelina Jolie. Whoever her stunt double was, was just great. The ladies can do it, too.

Re: An Open Heart (9:27am July 21, 2013):

This just shows how naïve I am. I seem to accept the whole story line. But,I do know that it is fiction after all.

Re: Meet Me At The Cupcake Cafe (4:47am July 19, 2013):

This is a new and original story line. It sounds like a great book for summer.

Re: The Officer And The Secret (4:43am July 19, 2013):

I am reading the comments because my long distant relationship didn't make it. But, then I wouldn't have my wonderful hubby.

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

It seems that you like bad girls. There are many on T.V. but I can't think of one in books that hasn't been mentioned. Evelyn Harper on Two and a Half Men is one.

Re: Merger to Marriage (6:40am July 14, 2013):

I like the episode where Lucy pretends to "Vamp" her co-star. I think his name was Ernie Kovacks but I might be wrong. Yes, there sure was a lot of conflict on the show but sooo funny. Your book sounds interesting.

Re: Emeralds of the Alhambra (6:26am July 14, 2013):

The news makes us think that most people are intolerant of other religions. The truth is that truly religious people respect other religions. This books sounds interesting and takes place in a period that I am not familiar with. I will put it on my to-read list.

Re: Paradise Valley (2:01am July 4, 2013):

I am really interested in some of your Native American stories. A lot of us have some Native American roots. Thank you for telling their history in a true way. The Savage Destiny series is going on my to read list.

Re: Masters of The Cats: Collaring The Saber-Tooth (2:38pm June 30, 2013):

I do most of my reading in bed before I fall asleep. I also spend some enjoyable moments in the doctor's office waiting to be seen.

Re: Wish You Were Here (7:38pm June 29, 2013):

In kindergarten, I hated to read. I just couldn't understand how the letters fit together. No one realized that I couldn't see the big book up in the front of the class. "See John Run". My mother brought home the Sears catalog and I read it for hours, especially the toy section. My love of reading increased when I got my first pair of glasses and has grown ever since.

Re: The Fireman's Homecoming (4:52am June 12, 2013):

I like to scrap book. I usually make scrap books for the trips that I take. I include tickets, pictures and little things that I pick up along the way. I try to buy stamps if I am in a foreign country. Great memories

Re: Flirting with Disaster (10:59pm June 10, 2013):

Some of our heroes start out as mean and selfish. Then they fall in love and low and behold, they change. Few people really change but it is possible, especially in books.

Re: Five Days in Skye (11:24pm June 2, 2013):

Yes, it does seem that the people who get ahead are the ones that don't have to follow the rules of their conscience. I could make more money if I didn't feel the need to help some of my customers or give them a discount. Thanks for the book and your insight into the workplace.

Re: Katie's Choice (10:03pm June 2, 2013):

I loved that movie Witness but I thought it was right that Booker left but I was sure glad that he was there. I am going to put your book on my to read list. It really sounds great.

Re: True (9:55pm June 2, 2013):

I went to college later in life but by that time I was already married. My children don't want to talk to me about their college experiences and maybe I don't really want to know. They all turned out to be responsible young adults and maybe learned something along the way.

Re: South Of Surrender (9:49pm June 2, 2013):

I can't imagine losing my sight. Since I love to read this would take a great joy out of my life. Not being able to see the world and all the beautiful things and colors would probable paralyze me. I really admire people who overcome disabilities. Thanks for the great book on courage and perseverance.

Re: Long Simmering Spring (4:04am May 30, 2013):

I try to fix any mistakes that I make right away but some mistakes can't be fixed. I regret one friend that I lost because I told her the truth. I don't know the answer.

Re: Dead, White, And Blue (3:57am May 30, 2013):

I love to read and I know what I like and don't like. Keeping a character fresh, especially after 50 books cannot be easy. I really respect authors that can do it but I don't know what the key to doing that is.

Re: Reign (2:15pm May 28, 2013):

Challenges make life interesting. When one doesn't come along, I create one. I don't always meet the challenge but I enjoy trying. (most of the time)

Re: Paige Torn (2:09pm May 28, 2013):

I miss the violets from my grandfather's garden. I don't even know if they grow out here. That can be my new research project. Thanks for the idea to work on my yard.

Re: Lighten Up (1:40pm May 28, 2013):

I was taught to hate the sin but love the sinner. Doing this is not easy but I like to think that I am working on it. Thanks for your book.

Re: The Secret Life of Lady Julia (6:02pm May 26, 2013):

My secret life is fulfilled every tine I read a book full of adventure and romance. My life is not dull but I would never dream of doing some of the things the heroines do.

Re: Lady Vivian Defies A Duke (4:54am May 24, 2013):

I usually read stand alone books. It is just too hard for me to keep up with a series. Sometimes important information is in a previous book and it makes the new one confusing. But, most of my friends love series so I know that they have a large following.

Re: The Begonia Bribe (4:49am May 24, 2013):

I really know how you feel about coming back with a witty answer five minutes later. I sometimes work conversations over in my head and come up with a great response - five or ten minutes later. Too late to do any good.

Re: Yesterday's Echo (2:46am May 21, 2013):

Nothing can hold you back unless you let it. I have to remove the things that are holding me back. Easier said than done.

Re: Last Chance For Justice (4:38am May 20, 2013):

I recently was reading a book that took almost 100 pages to set up the plot and mystery. I was about to give it up but my friend said, "Keep reading. It gets better." She was right and it turned out to be one of the best books I ever read.

Re: Changing Lanes (1:33am May 16, 2013):

I would change a lot of small things but I stand by my major decisions. One thing I would have done is move to Virginia. It is beautiful there.

Re: Acadian Waltz (11:01pm May 14, 2013):

It is kind of sad that we often have to go to books to find true love. Loving other people can truly fill your heart.

Re: Voodoo For Two (10:56pm May 14, 2013):

This sounds like an interesting twist on the love potion story. It sounds like a great read.

Re: Cybersp@ce (10:53pm May 14, 2013):

Wow! This book sounds great. A little too real and close to home but I hope your Christian values come through.

Re: A Highland Werewolf Wedding (3:23am May 9, 2013):

WOW!!! Fifty four books and counting. I don't know how you can come up with the ideas for so many books. Great job.

Re: Fearless Heart (11:03pm May 5, 2013):

My Mom taught me to recycle, repair and reuse long before it was fashionable. This attitude enabled me to be able to have more things and more savings than "just throw it away and buy new."

Re: Lord of the Mist (3:15am May 4, 2013):

I would love to time travel if I could control it but it IS hard to predict. I will be content to travel in books like yours and other authors that have a better imagination than mine.

Re: With a Vengeance (2:26pm May 3, 2013):

I do have a loyal friend but when I moved away we became separated. I miss her. Some of my new friends are not so loyal.

Re: A Wedding In Springtime (4:00am May 2, 2013):

I like the Regency Rogue the best. He has to have class and a desire to do the right thing by our heroine.

Re: Heart Of Iron (3:53am May 2, 2013):

I love a hero who can laugh at himself and can relax and have fun. But, if there is a problem he can be all business and take care of any situation.

Re: The Seven-Day Target (2:01am April 29, 2013):

Although I love to read just about everything, romantic suspense is my all time favorite. This book sounds great.

Re: Detour to Dusk (10:39pm April 28, 2013):

This sounds different. My daughter would just love it.

Re: The Last Telegram (3:06am April 25, 2013):

It looks like you did a lot of research for this book. I can't wait to read it. I love historical novels and this one sounds great.

Re: The Collector (3:18am April 24, 2013):

Thank you for telling us about these fine authors. Good luck with "The Collector".

Re: Prophecy Girl (3:13am April 24, 2013):

I think it is OK to have hookers and pimps in YA as long as the story line is not too graphic. Of course it is better to have good role models in the book but hookers are part of real life.

Re: Thrill Ride (2:24am April 22, 2013):

I don't think that Vanessa looks all that dainty and soft. I am sure that she can hold her own. I will have to read the book to find out.

Re: A Man for All Seasons (11:12pm April 19, 2013):

I feel that uneven numbers are MORE worthy than even numbers. We can't both be right so, I guess that all numbers must have the same luck it just depends on chance. But, it sure is fun to think about. For instance I think 19 is a lucky number and if I win, I will be sure of it, since today is the 19th. Luck or Chance?

Re: A Method to Madness (1:53pm April 16, 2013):

I am a great fan of historical novels. This sounds like a great read.

Re: Guardian's Alliance (1:51pm April 16, 2013):

This sounds like a great book. I would like to win it for my son.

Re: Night Demon (8:18pm April 14, 2013):

I love the brawn but that gets boring pretty quick without the brain.

Re: Tactical Strike (3:45am April 12, 2013):

There are many women in harm's way in our military. Thanks for bringing this out in your books. I know a real life female hero and it isn't a easy life for them.

Re: March With Me (3:48am April 8, 2013):

I don't have a story to share. I guess that is a good thing but I would still like to be entered in the giveaway.

Re: Darius (3:08am April 4, 2013):

I do give myself time to think about problems. Often several solutions will come to me, some better than others. I then decide what I want to do and follow through. I enjoyed your blog.

Re: Sinner's Heart (4:13am April 3, 2013):

I just read the books as I pick them up. I sometimes go back and read the other books in the series if I liked that one but if I didn't enjoy the characters I might not.

Re: Lush (3:57am April 3, 2013):

I don't have a favorite yet. I guess I will have to read all three to find out. They all sound yummy.

Re: Once Tempted (3:17am April 2, 2013):

We took a road trip to California in 1969 and stayed. I always wondered what my life would be like if I stayed in Virginia. That trip really changed my life.

Re: Identity Crisis (2:43pm March 28, 2013):

What an interesting post. It is hard to believe that 20-25 percent of all artwork handing in museums are forgeries. I thought that most forgers were caught but I learned something today.

Re: A Shot Of Sultry (2:31pm March 28, 2013):

My husband is not romantic at all. I can list gifts that were not very thoughtful but I can't come up with a single one that was thoughtful.

Re: Shadows And Strongholds (4:53am March 22, 2013):

About twenty years ago I visited Alcatraz Island in San Francisco and the eerie feeling remains with me today. I don't believe in ghosts but the place made me feel creepy but not at all threatened. A lot of things must have happened there when the federal prison was in operation. It was a wonderful experience and they still give tours so if you have a chance to visit, don't miss it.

Re: When She Was Gone (2:49pm March 20, 2013):

I was born and raised in New York and that will always seem like home. But, there could never be "home" without my husband and grown children and their families. So home is now sunny California but I long for the maple trees and snow.

Re: Falling Into Paradise (3:07am March 18, 2013):

No, I don't think that people really change. However our heroes are really nice guys that like to put up a "bad boy" image. Okay, they sometimes make mistakes or lose their tempers. But major changes, no.

Re: Buried In A Bog (1:22am March 17, 2013):

I have never been to Ireland but I grew up in an Irish neighborhood. I have been hoping to visit Ireland since I was six years old. Your blog stirred up some old memories.

Re: Her Knight's Quest (3:07pm March 15, 2013):

I enjoy seeing secondary characters develop in a story. It makes the book so much more interesting. However, I always wonder what happened to them while I wait for the next book in the series.

Re: The Geek Girl And The Scandous Earl (2:40pm March 14, 2013):

Thanks for sharing a bit about your writing and publishing process. Congratulations!! Keep following your dream.

Re: The Survivor (7:57am March 10, 2013):

I learned a lot from reading the posts. There is really good advice here. I would also suggest to be careful when using the ATMs. Someone once tried to watch what I was doing. Maybe they were innocent but you never know.

Re: Stranger on Raven's Ridge (7:28am March 10, 2013):

Oh! I love the wizard of Oz, too. It used to frighten me but as the years passed I fell in love with the characters and all of their flaws and strengths but I never applied them to myself. What an interesting concept.

Re: A Risk Worth Taking (7:20am March 10, 2013):

I usually have at least two books that I am reading at the same time. One on my Nook, one on my Kindle or computer and then there are my print versions. They are all different genres and I read the ones that make me feel good that day. I like reading about people that I can relate to but sometimes I just need a little escape.

Re: Out Of Circulation (7:07am March 10, 2013):

The Cat in the Stacks series sounds really interesting. I need a little fun right now. I hope that they are still in circulation. Pun intended.

Re: The Blue-Ribbon Jalape?o Society Jubilee (2:59pm March 7, 2013):

This book sounds really great, a new and different plot for me. Thanks for the giveaway.

Re: The Turncoat (5:06am March 6, 2013):

I would think it would be hard to fall in love with your enemy. It will take some clever writing to pull this off.

Re: Into the Spotlight (1:10am March 3, 2013):

I like this new show that is titled Vegas also. It stars Dennis Quaid and Michael Chiklis, two great actors. I love the town also. There is always something to do.

Re: Protector (1:06am March 3, 2013):

I love my nook and it is never far from me but I don't read in line. I use this time to check out the magazine rack.

Re: The Christie Curse (12:47pm March 3, 2013):

It is really great that you are working with your daughter. I don't believe that I could ever work with my daughter. We just don't think alike and have different interests. But, we make great traveling buddies!!!

Re: An Encounter at the Museum (3:39am March 1, 2013):

I enjoyed the drive in movies. You don't see those anymore. They can be very romantic.

Re: Wait Until Dark (1:26pm February 28, 2013):

Interesting blog. Thanks for sharing some things about yourself.

Re: Cowboy Tough (1:19pm February 28, 2013):

Luckily I have never had to be as tough as the examples in your blog but I hope that if it ever happened I would be able to measure up. This sounds like a great book.

Re: Hot Ticket (12:54pm February 28, 2013):

It is hard to find a good friend because people befriend you because they want something. I have one good friend and I will continue to try to be a good friend to her.

Re: The Chieftain (1:49pm February 27, 2013):

I am looking forward to reading some of your books. This sounds like an exciting time in history.

Re: Jake (2:00am February 26, 2013):

I love western men. They seem so brave and rugged and only half broke.

Re: Greta and the Goblin King (7:50pm February 24, 2013):

I love the winter. I miss the snow that I enjoyed while growing up in New York. Ice skating and sledding are things of the past. I get more done in the winter because the days are shorter and we spend more time indoors.

Re: The Mistress Memoirs (2:43am February 20, 2013):

I wonder how this story will turn out. Is Colin really the hero or is he a villain.

Re: Wildcat (12:18pm February 13, 2013):

I can't decide which one of you is the most beautiful.

Re: A Howl For A Highlander (12:13pm February 13, 2013):

I would like to swim in the beautiful waters of the Grand Cayman Islands. Did you say Highlanders swim naked?

Re: Seven-Night Stand (1:27pm February 9, 2013):

Love can happen in any setting. In real life, falling in love in another country could be impossible due to ties and family. In books anything can be resolved.

Re: Treacherous Temptations (1:23pm February 9, 2013):

I too have a geeky obsession with history. More power to you. This sounds like a great book.

Re: Fly Away Peta (3:47pm February 8, 2013):

I like Noah Di Luca from the Bella Terra Deception Novels.

Re: In From The Cold (3:57am February 3, 2013):

Growing up in New York, I enjoyed sledding the most but I love all winter sports. Big Bear Mountain is just a short trip from my home in California and I take my family there often so that they too can enjoy winter sports. They all love snow boarding.

Re: Beyond Valor (11:43pm February 2, 2013):

This sounds like a new twist on romance. I have never read a military romance before but it sounds great.

Re: The Autumn Bride (3:03am January 31, 2013):

I belong to a book club.















I belong to a book club. We read books for the enjoyment of them and to see our friends. It really is a great to time to share a bottle of wine.

Re: Murder for the Halibut (2:24pm January 28, 2013):

I am insecure about telling people about my faults. I, like you, support Saint Jude hospital. I think that they do good work and really help those kids and their families.

Re: Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match (2:15pm January 28, 2013):

I have never done on-line dating because like you it didn't exist when I met my husband. My son has tried it with varied results.

Re: Undercover Wolf (11:49pm January 22, 2013):

I like Oodles of Poodles. I love mysteries and dogs so this book sounds great to me.

Re: Fall Into You (3:18am January 20, 2013):

I am not a big fan of series books. If I am reading a book and there are references to other characters that the author implies that you already know, it get confusing for me. I would rather have a stand alone book. Because, sadly, I don't have much time to read and I can't always go back to the first book. Your books would work well for me since they can be enjoyed as a stand alone or as a series.

Re: The Wicked Wedding Of Miss Ellie Vyne (1:56pm January 18, 2013):

I wish that I had English teachers like you had. No one ever seemed to like my stories because they said that I couldn't use flashbacks. I love flashbacks because they usually explain why people do the things that they do.

Re: Doomed (5:52am January 15, 2013):

I like the story of Heracles the best. He is better known to us as Hercules from the roman stories.

Re: Seven Days Normal (2:23pm January 6, 2013):

I am going to foward your story to my daughter. She is in banking but dreams to write.

Re: The Missing Manuscript Of Jane Austen (2:15pm January 6, 2013):

Writing is a lot of work. I wonder where you come up with new ideas that haven't been written about before.

Re: In His Brother's Place (12:20pm January 6, 2013):

I like historicals best but in this case I really want to find out what Jordan's secret is.

Re: For The Love Of A Goblin Warrior (2:03am January 3, 2013):

I love that excerpt. I must read the rest of the book. It sounds new and different.

Re: Prince Of Power (1:55am January 3, 2013):

The covers do draw me to a book in the first place. The picture and the colors will get your attention but I do read the back of the book and check out the author before I buy.

Re: The Ravenous Dead (3:11am December 31, 2012):

I am thankful that the trolls that you talked about usually hurt only themselves. They exist in the real word too.

Re: A Little Bit Wicked (6:21pm December 29, 2012):

I do set goals but they are usually long term goals and I get closer to them every year. I think that it is a good idea that I exercise more this year. I realize that I have been slipping lately.

Re: Fallen Angel (6:13pm December 29, 2012):

I am grateful that I survived 2012. I am grateful for my son who took time off from work to take care of me. Happy New Year. May it be the best year ever.

Re: Secret Santa Baby (3:33am December 27, 2012):

The key is to find the right one under the mistletoe. The situation could turn uncomfortable if he or she is not. Not to mention the right one might be watching too. I, too, so do love the Christmas stories.

Re: Deliver Me From Temptation (5:19am December 21, 2012):

Wow! This book sounds great. Where do you get your ideas?

Re: Deadly Patterns (4:36am December 15, 2012):

Thanks for the recipe for caramel corn. My favorite holiday treat is homemade fudge. Or it could be sugar cookies with a chocolate kiss in the center. I'll have to make them both this year and decide once and for all.

Re: Holiday Buzz (3:00pm December 7, 2012):

Your books sound wonderful. I love mystery and romance and now we get recipes. Great!! Thanks for the contest.

Re: Rancher's Son (1:31pm December 6, 2012):

I have several relatives and friends that have retired in Florida. My grandparents were two of them but returned to New York when my grandmother got too sick to take care of herself. It must be the beautiful beaches because all I can think of is the hurricanes.

Re: Heart Of A Texan (1:55pm November 30, 2012):

This book sounds really interesting. I do love cowboys and grew up with the television cowboy. I had forgotten that they never married except maybe the father on Bonanza but his three wives all died. I would like to add "Have Gun Will Travel" to your list. Like you mentioned all cowboys wern't handsome but they still had that cowboy charm.

Re: Double Time (1:39pm November 30, 2012):

In enjoy Classical music and the Gregorian chant. Crazy!! But my favorite is rock and roll and I guess it always will be. Thanks for the contest.

Re: Christmas Confidential (3:31am November 28, 2012):

We all get together on Christmas Eve and exchange presents. We have a nice dinner and the rest of the evening we laugh and talk and try out our presents. No friends allowed because they would feel left out anyway.

Re: Taming the Outback (11:51pm November 25, 2012):

I too like a feisty lady and by reading the comments, I see that I am not alone. A lady can't always depend on a man to get things done but they sure are nice to have around.

Re: Holiday in Crimson (12:33pm November 24, 2012):

I,too, buy a special ornament each year. I already got the new one for 2012. It is a beautiful silver bell. Good luck on your new book and have a wonderful holiday season and a very special Christmas.

Re: Untamed (6:27pm November 23, 2012):

We do not have a day after Thanksgiving tradition. But, like you, I just can't stand the mobs at the stores either. I am just enjoying a quiet day at home reading my blogs.

Re: How To Tame A Willful Wife (1:39pm November 16, 2012):

I wish that every couple were together for loves sake. There are often other reasons for staying together. That is why I love my romance novels.

Re: A Wedding In Apple Grove (1:30pm November 16, 2012):

I too grew up in a small town. We went back to visit last month and it hasn't changed much in the twenty years that I have been away. Sadly I didn't meet even one person that I knew, so in that way it is changed.

Re: Heart of Danger (2:57am November 10, 2012):

Well, I hope you caught up on some much needed sleep when the lights went out. When I read zombie stories, I lose a lot of sleep. Why do we love them so?

Re: What The Cat Saw (2:43am November 10, 2012):

My cats see things that I don't. Just now, they were both looking out into the dark and they were on alert, not eating the food I had just given them. Then they both turned in unison and headed for the food. Danger over.

Re: Conjure (8:56pm November 2, 2012):

All of these creatures scare me. I would have nighmares if I met just one of them. But!!! This book is just the one to give my best friend as a gift. She loves all these creatures. I hope I win.

Re: One Night with a Hero (12:40pm October 27, 2012):

Your list and some of the comments brought tears to my eyes. Right now in the news we hear about one of our militery heroes who lost his life to save others. Apparently he was ordered to stand down but continued to defend the embassy and get people out safely.

Re: Mistletoe Cowboy (12:25pm October 27, 2012):

I do become involved with the characters in a book when I read it and often wonder if they stay together. When a movie is made about the book I am often disappointed because the characters don't fit the picture of them that I had in my head.

Re: Night Thief (4:54pm October 25, 2012):

I so love history and the way people reacted to the events of the time. I am glad to hear that your facts are historicaly accurate. Love the excerpt.

Re: Blood Therapy (1:28pm October 23, 2012):

Sometimes the only way to get things done is to do it yourself. Good job and congratulations on the resurrection of your series.

Re: Escape (4:59pm October 21, 2012):

This sounds like a wonderful trilogy that explores many aspects of how people feel about their bloodlines. My great-grand mother was Native American and I wish I knew their story.

Re: Sultry With A Twist (1:05pm October 19, 2012):

I is really funny that some people think that they can ask any personal question and you have to answer them. I know a lady that does this all the time an I just don't understand her. I decided to turn the tables on her and asked her about her long time boyfriend . I was surprised when she left in a huff. At least she stopped asking me questions that day.

Re: Rev It Up (12:54pm October 19, 2012):

I enjoy being surprised when I read a book and sometimes a book can fall into more than one genre. But, I don't like it when things get too crazy. I once read a western and the next thing I know the female character is living in a tree. It just didn't fit and ruined the whole story for me.

Re: Miss Lavigne's Little White Lie (1:05pm October 18, 2012):

First impressions are usually pretty dependable. Very seldon have additional meetings with a person changed my mind but it has happened. I give people a second chance as I hope they would when I am having a bad day.

Re: Return Of The Border Warrior (5:40pm October 17, 2012):

I have enjoyed the acting of Aidan Quinn ever since I saw him in "Practical Magic" with Sandra Bullock. However, he has done mostly supporing rolls and I havan't seen him for a while. I noticed that he has appeared in some TV shows lately like "White Collar" and "Prime Suspect". I was glad to see that he now has a continuing role in "Elementary". I am sure that he will be an asset to the sucess of this show.

Re: Against His Will (3:20am October 15, 2012):

I am not a writer so the characters are not mine. I am a reader and if I still don't like a main character by page 80, I usually stop reading the book. Minor characters can be nasty but not our hero or his lady.

Re: Born To Be Wild (3:11am October 15, 2012):

No scary stories but I broke my knee in an accident and the doctors don't want me to ride anymore. I was never as good a rider as you are but I sure enjoyed horses.

Re: Shattered Silence (3:21am October 14, 2012):

The Men of the Texas Rangers Series sounds great. We sure do love our men in uniform especially if they are good looking.

Re: The Shadowy Horses (3:01am October 12, 2012):

Dialect in a story most certainly adds to the story. Since I am not an expert, I have no idea if they are using the words correctly or not. But, I do enjoy a story that has certain characters that speak in their own dialect.

Re: In The Barrister's Bed (5:43pm October 9, 2012):

I enjoy stories that take place in the Regency period and I do so love those lawyer shows. This is a nice combination. I look foward to reading this book.

Re: Wild Encounter (2:07am October 7, 2012):

I would do something, anything to get out of the situation. I could never go down waiting for the end. I might die trying but at least I would have a chance to servive. I am glad that I never had to think about this before. This really sounds like a great book.

Re: Dark Light Of Day (6:07am October 2, 2012):

I like characters that have the ability to communicate with animals. I don't like black magic at all and I want my characters to use their powers to do good in the world not disrupt things.

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (5:12am September 28, 2012):

Since I don't know anything about Faro, I am glad that you did your research. I love smart men since I have one of my own. Congrats on the new book.

Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess (2:16am September 25, 2012):

I was born in New York but I have lived in California for almost 45 years. I thought that going back would be strange but I felt so at home. The roads, the houses and the rude people. They only seem rude to outsiders. It is just the way we talk but we mean no harm.

Re: Lucky Break (8:10pm September 1, 2012):

I love stories about small towns since I grew up in a small town. Here I don't
even know my neighbors. Even though in small towns everyone knows your
business.

Re: Plain Fear: Forbidden (3:07pm August 31, 2012):

This is a combination. I don't think the Amish like vampires at all.

Re: Magic Gone Wild (3:04pm August 31, 2012):

This is a new and interesting story line. I can't wait to read more. Thanks for the giveaway.

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

Sure we want a man with feeings but we also want him to be strong when the situation demands it. I'll take a manly man anyday.

Re: Bruja Brouhaha (3:36pm August 24, 2012):

Wow!! It sounds like some of your research for your books could get dangerous. I hope that you will never have to use the things that you learned in your martial arts class.

Re: Relentless Pursuit (5:56am August 20, 2012):

I couldn't come up with the name of a high energy character. But, I sure do like a man that can make a woman go insane. This sounds like a good book to put on my to read list.

Re: Allergic To Death (2:44am August 19, 2012):

I love a good mystery but I too can do without the blood and gore. I am looking foward to reading one of your books.

Re: Hearse And Buggy (12:47pm August 17, 2012):

I didn't read the Little House books but I did enjoy the T.V.show. If I recall there was always something going wrong. But, it was still a simplier time and we can go back to those times in books.

Re: Deep Blue (2:31am August 14, 2012):

Cruising is great fun. You always meet the most interesting people on board as well as the locals. Have fun and go with the flow. It will be great even if you have bad weather.

Re: The Bull Rider's Brother (2:57am August 12, 2012):

I never enjoyed fun houses. Too scary. This sounds like a great book but I will leave the fun house behind.

Re: Seducing Cinderella (2:52am August 12, 2012):

I had never heard of tropes before so I am not really sure what they are. I think that the wrong bed would be an interesting way to start a story. This sounds like an interesting book.

Re: Hearts Of Darkness (2:32pm August 9, 2012):

I have never published anything but I love to write. No one goes through my work with a fine tooth comb so my revisions are usually minor. I keep only final copies.

Re: Going To The Bad (2:45am August 5, 2012):

I get so emotional when I read that a certain celebrity has died so I could never kill off a beloved supporting character. I suppose it makes for a good story line and adds demention to the story. But, I could not do it.

Re: Married By Midnight (3:34am August 3, 2012):

I don't worry about if a book is part of a series or not. If I find a book that I like I enjoy it as a stand alone book. I do enjoy picking up a new book and recognizing characters from a book I have already read. Even if I read them out of order, I can still enjoy them as much.

Re: I Own The Dawn (3:40am August 2, 2012):

I wonder if you know my son's best friend. It seems that you are writing his story. It seems that emotions run high in times of war. I am putting this book on my wish list.

Re: Goddess in the Middle (3:40am July 28, 2012):

This sounds like a great book. Only a goddess will be able to handle these two men.

Re: Wicked At Heart (3:33am July 28, 2012):

Wow!! I want to see how Damon can be saved. I wouldn't take on this task. I put this book on my wish list.

Re: Scotsmen Prefer Blondes (3:43pm July 21, 2012):

I love history. I have taken more history classes than I will ever need. But, they are sadly lacking in the activities of everday life in that time period and the hardships of the common people. I enjoy Regency romances even if they are mostly centered on the rich. The ones that I have read lately present the ladies as very foward. I am looking foward to reading some of your books to see how you see the ladies of this period since you seen to have a great love of the Recency period.

Re: Four Sisters, All Queens (1:32pm July 14, 2012):

This is not suprising. Thank you for all the information you have gathered and included in your book.

Re: The Reluctant Matchmaker (2:47am July 11, 2012):

I am taller than my husband and this is sometimes a problem. I cannot wear heals.

Re: Deep Autumn Heat (2:10am July 11, 2012):

I started a water arobics class. I have met a lot of nice people and I am more flexable and in less pain. I still hate wearing a bathing suit.

Re: It Begins with a Kiss (1:22am July 4, 2012):

I really enjoy historical romances. I appreciate it that you do so much research to make your books more historically accurate.

Re: The Princess and the Outlaw (2:08am July 1, 2012):

I welcome my children and their friends into my home. I have a nice backyard which is great for parties. Just today the young people sang a ditty for me about a boy with chapped lips. What fun.

Re: Honorable Rancher (2:15am June 20, 2012):

I always thought it was so exciting to go to the library and take out books. The books that I read took me to another world, a world different from my own. I love to read historicals and books that include adventures.

Re: Her Forbidden Hero (4:03pm June 19, 2012):

Yes, I think that an author should do as much research as possible in order to get the facts right. I get so frustrated when I see war movies and the uniforms are all wrong. Thanks for the contest.

Re: The Casanova Code (2:24pm June 18, 2012):

I would write:
Wanted nice guy. Brawn and brain required. Must not shave head.
Your book sounds delicious. It has a different twist to it. I am looking foward to reading it.

Re: Kiale Dream (1:03pm June 12, 2012):

I picture aliens the same way you used to. These three sound friendlier. I am looking forward to reading these books.

Re: Joy Ride (12:20pm June 10, 2012):

I am glad that you mentioned chemistry and economics and history and mathematics. Although I enjoy reading romances and mysteries, I often read text books just to learn something new. Most people say that I am weird but I don't care.

Re: The Homesteader's Sweetheart (8:33am May 29, 2012):

I have never read a book about a single Dad, so I really have no favorites here. I remember the TV shows My Three Sons and Bonanza. This book sounds great, something new and different for me.

Re: Where There's Smoke (1:23am May 25, 2012):

I am not a big paranormal fan but this books sounds interesting. Ghosts and Vampires seem creepy to me but two angels that are not so angelic should make an unusual story.

Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (1:16am May 25, 2012):

This sounds like a new amd interesting story. I want to know more. I would love to win this book.

Re: Deadly Secrets, Loving Lies (3:29pm May 18, 2012):

I like Tony Stark. He not all brawn but brainy too.

Re: The Courtesan's Lover (11:30am May 17, 2012):

This is a new story line for me. It sounds very interesting and I am glad that she finds love.

Re: Night Walker (4:52am May 16, 2012):

I love accents. Your story mentioned seveal accents that make me weak in the knees. You can add Sean Connery to that list. I am even married to a man with an accent.

Re: Karma (3:28pm May 8, 2012):

I really don't like a very dark story. I just like to read about good people doing the best they can when bad things happen. I like to see times of happiness and love in a crazy world.

Re: Under His Protection (6:11pm April 29, 2012):

I love alpha heroes but they have to have a soft side too. I want them to have real affection for the girl. It can't be all about him.

Re: The Vampire Shrink (12:56pm April 27, 2012):

I am one of those people who don't see spirits. How lucky you are!!

Re: Homefront Hero (1:54am April 25, 2012):

I like a hero that steps up when the need arises. He doesn't have to brag because others will proclaim him a hero. He feels that he is just doing his job but he does it well. However to make a story interesting, he will have to have some faults also.

Re: No Dress Required (11:15pm April 21, 2012):

I like stand alone books the best. I never seem to get all the books in a series and then I wonder what happened or why something happened the way it did. It really fustrates me when this happens. That is why I never watch soap operas even though I have a DVR.

Re: Untouched (10:27pm April 20, 2012):

1,6 and 10 are my favorites. I want to travel, be healthy enough to enjoy it and who doesn't want someone to love and who loves you too.

Re: One Month To Become A Mum (1:38pm April 19, 2012):

I have never read a medical romance. But, I love all those medical shows on TV so this should be a great book.

Re: A Plain Death (12:52pm April 14, 2012):

When God has plans for us He lets us know in no uncertain terms. God bless you on your journey. The book sounds great too.

Re: Mariana (4:00am April 12, 2012):

I think you should let the story remain in its original format. I would correct any typos or minor mistakes like calling the person the wrong name but that is it.

Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (3:51am April 12, 2012):

None of my friends could keep a secret anyway so there was nothing I could do to keep them quiet. I figured it would come out anyway so why try. This sounds like a great book.

Re: Illicit Intuitions (1:30pm April 10, 2012):

I only belong to Facebook and that takes up enough of my time. I enjoy reading the blogs of the authors that I like. That is also my favorite illicit day. My life is not very exciting, I guess.

Re: One Hot Cowboy Wedding (4:03am April 8, 2012):

I think every girl needs a cowboy because he treats a girl right. I don't like heros that mistreat their girlfriends and she falls in love with them anyway. That girl needs a cowboy.

Re: The Devil and Miss Jones (3:50am April 8, 2012):

I have noticed that titles can be deceptive. I once ordered a mystery on my nook and then found out that it was a romance. So now I usually order books by authors that I know or ones that are fetured here. To Kill a Mockingbird is my favorite title.

Re: Vigilare (12:51pm April 7, 2012):

Sometimes a woman that is too tough will push men away from her because a man needs to feel manly. We need to be able to survive on our own but we don't want to make our men feel inadequate.

Re: Wedded In Scandal (11:42pm April 3, 2012):

I have one daughter and she went to two proms. It was really a lot of fun watching her turn from my little girl into this beautiful woman. My two sons went through the prom thing too and they spent almost as much time getting ready as my daughter did. My youngest just moved out and I miss all the excitement.

Re: In Search of Lucy (1:14pm March 31, 2012):

I am longing to take a road trip. Twenty years ago (before kids) I took a 7 day road trip up the coast of Califonia. I would like to do it again but spent more time along the way to enjoy and relax. Your book sounds great but I would read it before going because I wouldn't want to miss anything along the way.

Re: The Chase (12:13pm March 29, 2012):

Starbucks!!! That is the only place that could drag me away from the T.V. when my favorite shows are on. I love Castle but I can only watch it because my husband watches his favorite show before it comes on. When is he going to tell Beckett how he feels about her? I also like Monk but it has been cancelled. No problem. I can watch it on-line. Thanks for the contest.

Re: Sticks and Stones (3:11am March 23, 2012):

The only person I know that can actually write is my daughter. She and I are so different though that we would be constantly fighting over the wording. I guess I am doomed to do any writing alone.

Re: Cassie's Grand Plan (1:21pm March 20, 2012):

The town that I live in has grown so fast in the past twenty years that it just isn't the same. I liked the fact that my kids were able to grow up with the same neighborhood children and still remain friends with most of them.

Re: The Needle In The Blood (4:32am March 16, 2012):

I love history and I love art. Your blog was very interesting because I had never heard of this tapestry. About hidden meanings in art, I am not so sure. We look at things differently today than people did long ago. If it was not documented at the time, it is hard to tell. But, it is fun to imagine and they sure make for a good story.

Re: A Seal In Wolf's Clothing (4:20am March 16, 2012):

When I first read the title, I did think about the cute and fluffy but only for a moment. I quickly envisioned the hot and sexy SEAL. This sounds like a great book.

Re: Secret Confessions of Lady H ? Book 1 (3:43am March 14, 2012):

I don't think that I would remember to come back and read the next story section on a serial. I don't watch soap operas because I miss so many programs that I can't follow the story line. I don't know if books would be the same or not.

Re: The Forbidden Claim (10:53pm March 11, 2012):

I need more minutes to get the house clean. Right now there are dishes in the sink and dirty clothes in the hamper. I just need to take a few minutes to check my e-mail and then back to work.

Re: Obsidian (10:57pm March 3, 2012):

This sounds like a great story. Congrats on finding your perfect models for your cover.

Re: The Rodeo Man's Daughter (2:20am March 1, 2012):

I hate reunions. They are always so depressing. I have heard such sad stories at reunions. Who has died, who is down on their luck and people with broken dreams. I avoid them now as much as possible.

Re: The Rogue Pirate's Bride (3:27am February 24, 2012):

I read romance because I want to see two people actually fall in love with each other and try to make a relationship work. There are so many ups and downs in real life that even my prince charming can act like a troll sometimes.

Re: Courting His Favorite Nurse (1:26pm February 21, 2012):

I have never ridden in a hot air balloon. I have researched giving this as a gift to my son and his wife. It sounds really great and I would go myself if I had the chance.

Re: The Night Is Mine (5:18am February 17, 2012):

After a earthquake destroyed our house I realized what was important - the family. All my beautiful things in the china cabinet were broken and some of it was never used. I have new beautiful things but everything is used regularly. The family still comes first.

Re: A Scandalous Countess (1:12pm February 9, 2012):

I have read only one book from this era and I really don't remember if it was Georgian or Regency. However this interchange among authors has peaked my interest and I look foward to reading more books from this time period. I think the Georgian period had better arguments.

Re: The Lord Of Illusion (3:04pm February 3, 2012):

I would choose Verdanthame: Tree and plant. I could feed all the hungry people in the world. Plants would be used for healing. Trees could provide shelter and shade and prevent landslides. All this and the beauty of nature itself would be mine to share.

Re: Chosen By Sin (1:24pm January 31, 2012):

What an unusual title! I like romantic suspense. I am looking foward to reading some of your books.

Re: Touch Me (4:00pm January 30, 2012):

I love men in uniform and the men in the military are sexy even out of uniform. This sounds like the book for me. Good luck on your new series of books.

Re: Double Dare (3:21am January 29, 2012):

Sorry to be repeating some of the other comments but I find a man in uniform to be sexy. A man who is in charge and ready to do his duty are incredibly sexy. Police officers, military personal and firemen are my first choice.

Re: Falling For The Fireman (6:03am January 24, 2012):

The firemen who fight forest fires are the most heroic in my opinion. The heat, heavy gear and exposure to the elements and poison oak are enough the scare away lesser men. They are sexy.

Re: Banshee Charmer (1:31am January 23, 2012):

I like my hero to be sincere. No playing games to fool or use anybody. He can be a bit of a bad boy but he should be tall, dark and handsome. Your book sounds great. Good luck.

Re: Sex, Lies and Surveillance (5:03pm January 21, 2012):

It was hard to find a great spy that wasn't already mentioned. I really love the James Bond movies with Sean Connery. How about Cameron Diaz in Charlie's Angels. Does that count?

Re: Dreamers (1:11pm January 21, 2012):

I never thought about who I am. I hope I am a good person. I am still thinking about this question. I love the idea of this book. It sounds like a great read.

Re: The Fallen Queen (12:35pm January 20, 2012):

I am not a great fan of fallen angels. But, My sister-in-law is crazy for this type of book so it would be great to see what she thinks about your book. Congrats on the new book.

Re: Lure of Song and Magic (3:08pm January 18, 2012):

My definition of magic is pretty loose too. Magic to me is a new born baby, unicorns, and the check that comes in the mail just when I need it. The world would be less fun without magic. I believe.

Re: Dylan (5:41am January 15, 2012):

I loved the excerpt. Cowboy books are new to me. Dylan sounds like a great book to start with.

Re: Bride By Mistake (7:06am January 13, 2012):

I don't think that I would ever enter a marriage of convenience. But, I do love the stories about these marriages. It forces the couple to stay together long enough to really get to know each other.

Re: Risking Trust (6:48am January 13, 2012):

I am reading Awakening Mercy by Angela Benson. This is a great book but I have no time to get into the zone. Things should quiet down soon.

Re: Pretty Persuasion (3:24am January 9, 2012):

I never thought about rating a book but I do know what I like. I usually stop within the first twenty pages or so if I don't like the book. I enjoy reading different writing styles so that is not a problem for me but sometimes I just don't like the main characters. The kindle samples was a good sugestion. Thanks.

Re: Demon Crossings (1:16pm January 5, 2012):

I hope that this year brings better health for everyone. My husband and I were both sick last year so I hope that our new beginnings means better health.

Re: Sweet Reward (7:55pm January 2, 2012):

I really don't like tortured characters. I have too many tortured charactered in real life. Your books sound really great though and I am looking foward to reading them.

Re: A Promise Of Safekeeping (4:05am January 1, 2012):

I keep cards. Christmas cardc, birthday cards, valentine cards and a few St. Patrick Day cards. Someday I will find a use for them.

Re: The More the Terrier (10:51am December 31, 2011):

I plan to retire this year. I want to travel, travel, travel. It is time to see the world in person. Too much T.V. is not good for you.

Re: The Angel Of Blythe Hall (1:13pm December 30, 2011):

My unexpected gifts are my three children. My parents raised me to "Pay it Foward". My Mom would say "I raised you, now you raise your kids." Luckily neither of my parents really needed my help. Now that I am getting older and have knee problems my kids always seem to pop up whenever I need help.

Re: Lover's Leap (1:06pm December 29, 2011):

Your 25th novel!!! Congratulations!!! Have a nice holiday season and a happy New Year.

Re: Ecstasy Untamed (3:31am October 29, 2011):

I saw this wonderful movie that was made for T.V. It was Alice in Wonderland with Kathy Bates as the Red Queen. Wonderland was just a giant house of cards. The Mad Hatter was one of the main characters. It was a strange take on an old classic.

Re: His Last Duchess (3:20am October 29, 2011):

Gabrielle. I really enjoyed the discription of your room and insights into your day. I felt like I could see your desk and the dog at your feet. Good luck with your new book.

Re: Redeeming The Rogue (3:57am August 31, 2011):

I believe that if you think that Phineas has more to say you should bring him back in a book of his own. Sounds like and interesting book.

Re: Red's Hot Cowboy (4:14am August 24, 2011):

There is just something about "bad" boys that can make a lady's heart skip a beat. They have to be gentlemen though and cowboys just fit for me.

Re: Spycatcher (4:21am August 12, 2011):

The real life experiences of a man are more interesting than any book of fiction could ever be. I love biographies but I do love spy stories. They are a great way to escape one's own dull life. We try to have our own adventures in life and a good book could inspire us to go for it.

Re: The Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter (4:12am August 12, 2011):

I love happy endings. I was listening to the radio this morning and they spoke about three sad situations in the lives a three different families. There are enough sad things that happen to good people in the world. I get involved with the characters in a book that I am reading. I know that they are not real but I want them to have happy endings.

Re: Pleating for Mercy (4:35am August 6, 2011):

When everyone has gone to bed and the house gets quiet, I enjoy reading blogs or watching my favorite shows on-line. I am NOT the controller of the controller so I do miss a lot of my favorite shows. Good luck with your new book!

Re: Lie for Me (4:57am August 5, 2011):

It is great to see a Christian book exploring a topic that can produce such reaction from your readers. I do agree with most of the comments but you might consider a book about "Don't judge me". Good luck on the book.

Re: Too Hot To Touch (4:46am August 5, 2011):

My first crush was on a set of twins in 8th grade. One was good and one was evil but they were both cute.

Re: The Lady Of The Storm (4:41am August 5, 2011):

Yes, writers paint pictures with words. I travel about a half an hour each way to work and I used to enjoy audio books as I drive. The vivid pictures that some authors produced vere so vivid that I was distracted in my driving. I now have to limit myself to reading books in a nice comfy chair.

Re: The Full Moon Bride (1:06am August 1, 2011):

I have never read a love story that included a couple from India. This sounds really interesting. Good luck with your book.

Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (2:12pm July 25, 2011):

I have often found bloopers in novels but they are usually small and easy to miss even with spell check. I hate to find bloopers in my text books. I feel that these shoud be checked very carefully and there should be no excuse for some of these mistakes.

Re: Hold Me (1:59pm July 25, 2011):

True love never came my way but I keep clapping. The men that I have met love themselves so much that there is not enough room to love another person that much. Maybe they are just afraid to show it.

Re: Undead And Undermined (3:34am July 23, 2011):

Funny post!! Everyone has their own opinion and having different types of books to read makes life interesting. Good luck on future books.

Re: Touch If You Dare (3:52am July 21, 2011):

Most heros have one or more traits that just keep them off the swoon-worthy list for me. I like a man that is faithful and honest. These two traits are not particularly sexy. Jarvis sounds great and a little bit dangerous.

Re: In The Heat Of The Bite (2:04pm July 19, 2011):

Sometimes a secondary character has so many character flaws that it is hard to imagine them as a hero in a book of their own. Their flaws are the things that make them so interesting in the first place. However a skilled writer can sometimes make the transformation from evil to good sound plausable. Your book sounds interesting. Good luck with that.

Re: A Spark of Death (5:11am July 19, 2011):

This sounds like and interesting read. Good luck.

Re: Night Walker (4:58am July 19, 2011):

I would love to live forever. There is so much to do that it can't be done in one lifetime. Avoiding sickness and old age would also be a plus. However, I don't think that I could handle seeing my kids and loved ones die and go through that over and over again. No. thanks.

Re: Loved By A Warrior (1:43pm July 6, 2011):

Legends are my favorite of the three. Outlaws, heros, saints and sinners all have interesting stories attached to them. They may not be ture but so much fun to hear. Curses are evil and I don't believe that people can bestow curses on other people. Maybe.

Re: Break Out (4:23am July 4, 2011):

I love romance with a mystery to the story. I an not a great follower of vampire stories although I know they are very popular right now.

Re: Wild and Unruly (3:02am July 3, 2011):

No, I don't believe that time travel is possible. But, it sure makes interesting material for a good novel.

Re: The Dark Enquiry (1:58pm June 29, 2011):

I know little to nothing about the Victorians. thank you for an informative post.

Re: Missing Persons (3:57am June 26, 2011):

I met the mother of a killer once. She said he was a good boy and the police should leave them alone. I would love to win your book.

Re: Burning Skies (3:33am June 24, 2011):

I am new to vampire stories. I would like to see what all the buzz is about. My friend is addicted to them.

Re: The Lost Summer Of Louisa May Alcott (3:23am June 15, 2011):

The only two books that I could get my hands on were "Little Women" and "Little Men". I got a burn that summer because I read the books while tanning in my back yard.

Re: Louisa And The Missing Heiress (2:39am June 15, 2011):

I never thought about the secret lives of many literary characters. I have wondered what Silvia Prath went through to enable her to write the way she did.

Re: Jump (1:02pm May 28, 2011):

Sounds great. I sure would like to win a copy.

Re: Collision Course (4:30am April 9, 2011):

Growing up, I loved Lost in Space. I especially love time travel movies. Both Time Machine movies were great and I wish that I could find reruns of Quantum Leap. They are even better when a little romance is involved. Good luck on your new book.

Re: A Lot Like Love (12:58pm March 25, 2011):

I like the "instant attraction" and then the getting to know him part.I love to read in bed at night. One time a book was so good, I only got one hour of sleep before the alarm went off. I can't do that too often.

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