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Night Walker by Lisa Kessler

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Night Walker
Lisa Kessler

He gave up his soul for a second chance to love her...

The Night Series #1
Entangled
August 2011
On Sale: August 2, 2011
Featuring: Jose Mentigo; Kate Bradley; Calisto Terana
ISBN: 1937044130
EAN: 9781937044138
Kindle: B005EYT7JW
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Romance Paranormal

He gave up his soul for a second chance to love her...

Two and a half centuries ago, Calisto Terana lost everything when a zealous priest murdered the woman he loved. Now, desperate for another chance to love her, he wants redemption for the mistake that cost her life.

She’s haunted by dreams of her own death...

After catching her fiance with another woman, Kate Bradley returns to San Diego to clear her head. The last thing she needs is romance, but after meeting Calisto she's drawn to him in ways she doesn't understand.

They’ve waited in the shadows for centuries...

Calisto has no doubt Kate is the reincarnation of his lost love, but the Fraternidad Del Fuego Santo has a new watcher with dark ambitions of his own. As old enemies reemerge and a new threat arises, the betrayal that enslaved Calisto to the night might destroy the only woman he’s ever loved again.

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180 comments posted.

Re: Night Walker

Yes, I'd love to live forever. Having all the time to travel the world, meet so many new and exciting people. The only down fall would be watching loved ones die over the years.
Thank you for a wonderful giveaway.
(Stacey Clifford 12:22pm July 18, 2011)

I think it can go both ways. It would be great to
stop aging and know that human diseases ans
ailments will no longer afflict you. But having
eternity also means establishing new identities
after what would have been a normal human
lifespan. Not fun having to scattered accumulated
wealth or investments just so those who start to
wonder don't fins out who and/or what you are.
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Sara Rodesch 12:41pm July 18, 2011)

Yes, I would take the opportunity to live forever. This would allow me time to travel whereever I wished, learn whatever I wanted, and see so many (hopefully wonderful) changes. I think that as long as you vary your location, employment, etc. you would not get bored or tire of living. I would not like loosing all of my loved ones though.
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June A, Manning 12:44pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Stacey! *waving*

It would definitely be cool to have all the time in the world to travel...

Thanks so much for commenting!!!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 12:51pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Sara -

I think you're right about the problem of new identities! Calisto mentions that in Night Walker. He also has the added problem that he stays in the same area when he reestablishes himself... Yikes!

Thanks for commenting!!!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 12:53pm July 18, 2011)

Hi June Ann -

I think you're right, losing our loved ones would be an extremely high price to pay for eternity.

If we could vary our employment that would also mean we would have to keep up with technology too, so maybe that would keep us in the present instead of living in the past and watching the world around us pass us by...

Thanks for commenting!!!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 12:56pm July 18, 2011)

I don't think I could live forever, because I can't live
without my loved ones. So that's a no for me, I wouldn't
like to live forever.

I think you become very lonely when you live forever with no
friends because they keep dying.
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Annabel Blootshoofd 1:00am July 18, 2011)

Hi Annabel -

I think I'm with you... Unless I could make my family and friends immortal with me I think I'd be too sad to live forever...

Thanks for commenting!!!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 1:12am July 18, 2011)

I would like to live forever because I would have the time to make the mistakes we all make and then start over and do it right! I'd also have the time to read all the books I could ever want and go to all the places in the world I'd love to see.
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Patti Paonessa 2:21am July 18, 2011)

Hi Patti -

Oh I love having time to read all the books you've always wanted to read!!! That's a whole new perk of immortality! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 2:37am July 18, 2011)

Hi Lisa !!

I would like to live forever,but as everyone has said leaving behind the ones you love would be hard and asking them to come with even harder.If having all your loved ones close by for eternity now that would be great !! Id travel the world and hopefully find my one true love ;) id love to flow with the trends, clothing read books !! It would be certainly an adventure ! of a lifetime !! Immortality and beyond !

kat

kittee_cat@bigpond.com
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Katrina Whittaker 2:44am July 18, 2011)

Hi Kat! *waving*

I wonder if we had forever would we eventually grow apart from our true love? Together Forever would take on a whole new meaning! LOL

Thanks for commenting!!! :)

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 2:55am July 18, 2011)

Hi Lisa - yes I want to live forever - of course I might change my mind about that a few thousand years in the future - but I'll worry about that then! As to what I would do - I think a lot of the choices we make, where we live, what we do... are because we don't have time to do everything - and there are so many places I want to go and things I want to try...
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Nina Croft 3:43am July 18, 2011)

Holy moly! Look at that awesome cover :-) Would LOVE to win.
Thanks so much for the giveaway!
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Saskia Kanstinger 6:45am July 18, 2011)

I think it would be great at first but watching loved ones die and keeping interested in life would eventually be too high a price to pay.
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Barbara Hanson 8:31am July 18, 2011)

I wouldn't want to live forever. I think you would eventually pay a high price for it as you begin to lose loved ones and life would become dull and lonely.
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Tabitha Monroe 9:12am July 18, 2011)

No I think that one life is enough..but I suppose it would depend on the circumstances...it could be good or bad...
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Dawn Staniszeski 9:14am July 18, 2011)

I would want to if there was my fated love to spend it with ;) but in real life, I don't think so.

I am looking forward to this release. I have read your short Across the Veil and love the way you write :)
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Sharon Stogner 9:31am July 18, 2011)

YES, I would love to be immortal and help God and other people and friends make this a better planet to live on and help out a bunch of people succeed along the way. WOW, Night Walker sounds like a fantastic book to read. I Pray that I Win because it sounds so fantastic that once I start reading I would not put it down until done with the whole book. Thank YOU very much and may GOD Bless YOU and others with lots of Success too. Thanks, Cecilia CECE
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Cecilia Dunbar Hernandez 9:48am July 18, 2011)

Unless I am with my family and significant other, I wouldn't want to live forever.
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May Pau 10:07am July 18, 2011)

i think i would be okay with it as then i would be able to watch over my family and all of their decendants and make sure that they were taken care of. as the blurb says he collects mass amounts of wealth, with eternity you would be able to do that and make sure you used it to provide not only for your family but for those that are in need.

on the flip side of that what if all of your family died and you were left alone? then the whole purpose of why i chose to do it would not be there any more and i don't think i would do it for any other reason.
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Tammy Ramey 11:02am July 18, 2011)

Hey LIsa,


You know a part of me would love living forever, I think I could think of things to keep myself entertained for quite a few centuries, sooo many things to learn and explore. Bur really, I have always been fascinated about what happens after we die, as much as I love life, I would hate to miss the chance for that last great adventure.
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Heidi Durham 11:12am July 18, 2011)

I wouldn't like to live forever unless I had somesone special sharing the experience with me.
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Sheila True 11:41am July 18, 2011)

I wouldn't want to be immortal. I would hate to have to watch the people I love pass away. I could meet new people and make friends but I would have to lose them too. It would be too painful. I think one life is enough.
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Stacie Deramo 12:03pm July 18, 2011)

Tough question! First thought it to live forever and strive to make an impact. If I think about it too much I could probably talk myself out of it, however!
Good luck and happy writing!
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Tracie Travis 12:16pm July 18, 2011)

I would not want to live forever unless I could choose the age at which I would live forever at. If I could go back to about 23, definitely. At my age now, no. So it could go either way.
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Vicki Hancock 12:45pm July 18, 2011)

I would LOVE to win a copy of Nightwalker.It sounds like another great book.Even if I'm not the lucky winner it's still going on my to be read list.
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Tanya Contois 12:45pm July 18, 2011)

WHAT A QUESTION TO PONDER..I WOULD LOVE TO WIN THIS READ!
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Silvana Moscato 1:10pm July 18, 2011)

I think that living forever is really in the hands of a higher power. None of us really truly know where we are going to end up.
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Cheryl English 1:11pm July 18, 2011)

I would love to read and review this novel, thank you for the chance! edysicecreamlover18@gmailDOTcom
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Kathyrn Little 1:17pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Nina -

I've never thought about that, but I think you're right we make a LOT of choices based on the fact we don't have time to do everything... very interesting thought!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 1:18pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Saskia -

Glad you like the cover!!! I'm in love with it! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 1:19pm July 18, 2011)

I'm a bit ambiguous about the chance to live forever. On the
one hand I think I would hate to live on even after all my
family had passed away. But on the other hand just think of
all that time to fill with all the new books to read :D
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Ilona Fenton 1:19pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Barbara -

I think I'm with you... It would be SO lonely and difficult to care about others when you know you're going to watch them die...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:20pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Tabitha -

I think you're probably right... It would be tought o face forever without the ones you love...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:21pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Dawn -

I think I'm starting to decide one life is enough too! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:21pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Sharon -

I'm so glad you enjoyed Across the Veil!!!

I'm tempted by the thought of forever, but I think you're right, you'd need a companion to face eternity with...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 1:23pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Cecilia -

Thanks so much for blessings!!! :) I'm glad you're excited about Night Walker!!!

It's very noble to use immortality to try to help others too...

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:25pm July 18, 2011)

Hi May -

I'm with you... If I could keep my hubby and family and friends with me I could face forever, otherwise one life is plenty for me... :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:26pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Tammy -

I agree with you completely! What would be the point of forever without the ones you love?

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:27pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Heidi -

What a great perspective! I love ghost hunting and I do wonder about what might lie beyond this life... Maybe immortality would be a trap keeping us from moving on? Interesting!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:30pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Sheila -

I agree Sheila! Having someone special to share it with would make all the difference!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:31pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Stacie -

I'm leaning toward one life is enough too...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 1:32pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Tracie -

Hee! I'm very wishy washy about immortality too! Such an opportunity, but the more I think about I talk myself back out of it! LOL

Thanks for commenting...

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 1:33pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Vicki -

Good point! Being able to choose the age that immortality starts would definitely make a huge difference! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:34pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Tanya -

Thank you!!! So glad t hear Night Walker made your to be read list! :) Hope you enjoy the book!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:35pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Silvana -

I'm glad Night Walker peaked your interest!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 1:36pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Cheryl -

I'm sure you're right! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:36pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Krystal -

Thanks for your interest in Night Walker! I'll shoot you an email...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:38pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Ilona -

Ha! You crack me up! How could I have forgotten how much extra time I would have to read more books??? LOL Perfect!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 1:39pm July 18, 2011)

I think the notion is romantic but in the end I am not sure I
would want to see everyone I have ever loved pass. It would
destroy me.
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Michele Powell 1:51pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Michele -

I think I'm with you!!! Too hard to say goodbye...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:59pm July 18, 2011)

I think if I had millenia to indulge myself, I'd eventually come around to the place Lestat arrived, to where meaning became not a philosophical diversion, but a craved necessity. And I dunno if I'd take bodily immortality if were offered. There's probably something around the next bend you don't get to learn about if you're going to stay stuck in your earthly spacesuit...
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Grace Burrowes 2:18pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Grace -

Very good point! Immortality might be more attractive if we knew eventually we could lose our "earthy spacesuit"! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 2:24pm July 18, 2011)

I was wrong, I don't have your book but really want it lol
So pls. sign me up to win it. Great post and I wouldn't
want to live forever. Too many trials and tribulations to
go through in life. I'd much prefer to do my time, enjoy it
as much as I can and then move on lol

Leanne_gag[at]hotmail[dot]com
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Leanne Gagnon 2:25pm July 18, 2011)

i can say this is great book and would love to read it and then the cover is great
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Desiree Reilly 2:26pm July 18, 2011)

I would jump at the chance to be immortal! All the new innovations to explore, new people to meet, and possible new places to travel. I am ready for the adventure!
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Janice Milliken 2:28pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Leanne!

Ha! Enjoy "doing your time" for sure! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 2:43pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Desiree -

Glad you like the cover! I'm in love with it! LOL Yum!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 2:43pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Janice -

It would definitely be an adventure, wouldn't it?

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 2:44pm July 18, 2011)

Lisa, no thank you to living forever. Sometimes *this*
life makes me tired enough! I'd be in favor of reincarnation
though. : )
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Christine Cody 2:49pm July 18, 2011)

Living forever, I don't know ,I would miss my family and friends. But a part of me would like to see the future.
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Deb Pelletier 3:02pm July 18, 2011)

I don't think I'd want to live forever. You'd have to watch everyone youknow die.
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Sandy Giden 3:06pm July 18, 2011)

I have always love living and want it to go on and on. Of course that would include being relatively young and healthy so I could enjoy it. I am sometimes convinced reincarnation exists when may son does something my father would have done--and they never got to meet. Can't wait for Aug. 2nd! I am intrigued!
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Shanon Grey 3:09pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Christine -

Great point! I think I'd be a big reincarnation supporter too! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 3:19pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Deb -

Seeing the future would be really exciting! Calisto, the hero in Night Walker has seen the invention of cars and computers and movies... And he'd still rather walk and write notes instead of use cars and email! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 3:20pm July 18, 2011)

Thanks for having this contest. Living forever? I don't know if I'd want that. I rather live until I no longer find life interesting or pleasurable. That would be the best option.
(
Nora-Adrienne Deret 3:20pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Sandy -

That would be a really high price for immortality, wouldn't it?

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 3:21pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Shanon -

I often wonder about reincarnation because I have met people that I'm sure I've known before and they feel the same way! Wouldn't it be weird if your heart just knows and searches these people out? Interesting...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
PS - Thanks for the excitement about Night Walker too! :)
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Lisa Kessler 3:26pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Nora -

You're definitely not the only one who has decided one life is enough... :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 3:26pm July 18, 2011)

I would love to live forever if my health conditions could be kept under control by medications. I won't divulge my age, but I drive my Husband a little bonkers, because I always think younger than my age. That keeps me young, along with my volunteer work and hobbies. Staying as busy as I can so I don't have to think about my health problems, although it's very hard not to do so, is key to staying young. A good sense of humor helps, too!! I have to laugh at myself when I drop something because I lose the sensation in my hands, or if I have to walk off a bad muscle spasm. It's part of the hand I was dealt. On the really bad days, I just have to stay home, but I'm praying that there are medications that will really help me. When you have 4 different conditions, it's very hard to be treated. Only part of it is under control, and you have to leave the rest in God's hands. I would not want to turn into a Vampire to survive, however. Your book sounds intriguing, and I'm anxious to read it. Great cover!!
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Peggy Roberson 3:47pm July 18, 2011)

Until they find a cure for arthritis, I don't want to live forever. Too much pain.
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Wilma Frana 3:53pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Lisa!I don't think I would want to live forever. Sadly this world will come to an end sooner or later, we humans have been clogging up this planet for a long time now,and I don't think I would want to be around when that happens, it would be awful lonely. I just hope we all pass of natural causes at a very old age. I would love to win a copy of your book, and yes the cover is very awesome!
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Trish Lamouree 4:25pm July 18, 2011)

Don't think I would like to live forever; would miss my family and loved ones and if I was in poor health it would be painful.
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Shirley Younger 4:26pm July 18, 2011)

lol i prob would but only would take it of i had met my forever mate .... (like a hot vampire / were man)
i think it would be a long time i agree but would be interesting to seee how the world changed
and i guess if ya did have enough after 500 -- 100's of years then there prob wouldf always be ways of leaving permentantly .. even for an immortal :)
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Rachael Kennedy 4:46pm July 18, 2011)

Not in favor of living forever... would not want to see everyone I care for pass away...
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Colleen Conklin 4:49pm July 18, 2011)

Living forever would be great, but only if my friends and family can be part of that, too.
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Alyson Widen 4:51pm July 18, 2011)

I wouldn't want to live forever unless all that I loved did the same. If everyone did that how could this earth of ours hold all of us.
Blessings,
Marjorie
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Marjorie Carmony 5:12pm July 18, 2011)

Though it is very tempting--seeing new developments in technology, medicine,
and progress in general--I think one life is enough.
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Sandra Spilecki 5:14pm July 18, 2011)

I would not like to live forever, I think it would get very lonely.
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Mary Preston 5:17pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Peggy -

Sorry to hear about your health issues! You sound like you've got an awesome attitude about everything though... My best friend since junior high has lupus and she's plagued with strange flare up symptoms. You definitely learn to roll with the punches...

If it's any consolation, when you're turned into a Night Walker all your "human" maladies would die so you wouldn't be sick or in pain anymore. That's something, right? :)

Thanks so much for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:29pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Wilma -

Sorry for your pain! If you became a Night Walker you'd lose all your "humaness" so the arthritis would be gone too! :) That's something, right?

Thanks for commenting today!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:30pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Trish -

There's a though! We'd clog everything up if we never died! LOL But we also couldn't reproduce if we were immortal so manybe everything would just stop growing? Interesting thought...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 5:32pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Shirley -

I'm with you! Too hard to watch my loved ones go...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:48pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Rachael -

I think that's part of the downside of immortality. How do you stop living when you're ready to leave this world? You can't... Tough choice! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:50pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Colleen -

I'm with you! Too hard to watch my loved ones die and leave me behind...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:51pm July 18, 2011)

I'm not so sure I'd want to. You would lose all your loved ones and you'd have to keep starting over and would just have to change with the times. Possibly if you were in perfect health you would want to go on.
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Jeanne Sheats 5:51pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Alyson -

That's the only way I could handle immortality too! We'd have to bite the rest of our family and friends! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:51pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Marjorie -

Just like I told Alyson, we'd all have to convert all of our family and friends! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:52pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Sandra -

I think you're right... It's tempting to see how the world will change, but in the end I think one life is probably enough. :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:53pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Mary -

I think you're right, it would get very lonely!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:54pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Jeanne -

What if becoming immortal cured your health issues? That puts a whole new wrinkle in the immortality choice! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 5:55pm July 18, 2011)

I feel comfortable knowing I have eternal life in Jesus Christ. Much better than hanging around in my old (now decreipt) body.
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Kathleen Bianchi 6:06pm 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.
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Cynthia Plaza-Harney 6:15pm July 18, 2011)

That sounds really good...I'm kinda torn on the living forever ?..I would have all the time I needed to read, learn, travel and see those things I'm dying to..(no pun intended) but to watch everyone I love die, all the effort to be hidden in plain sight w/ all the technology that tracks you now. Not sure it's worth it.
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Ivy Truitt 6:23pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Kathleen -

One lifetime here works for me too...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 6:28pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Cynthia -

You make eternity sound beautiful! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 6:30pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Ivy -

I think you're right, after you think about it, the price to pay for immortality might be too high...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 6:32pm July 18, 2011)

Living forever sounds good at first but I think would turn into its own curse. Besides the awkward details (new identities, financial arrangements) it sounds lonely and increasingly tedious.
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Carol Drummond 6:52pm July 18, 2011)

yes,it would be great!!!!!!!!!
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Jennifer Beck 6:56pm July 18, 2011)

Living forever can be very lonely when all the ones you love die; I'm not sure I would want to go on knowing I would outlive my loved one, my family and my friends.
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Diane Sadler 7:28pm July 18, 2011)

I love when Queen asked in a song "Who wants to live forever?". It is a heartbreaking song. I would not want to live forever. But then again, I believe that the essence that defines me will continue to exist even after my body has died. I don't know what happens to that essence but I will find out at some point. I have seen this book around the web. I have entered a few contests to win it. Maybe this will be my lucky entry! Thanks for the giveaway.
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Jennifer Beyer 7:41pm July 18, 2011)

Sounds like such a good read. Count me in!
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MaryAnne Banks 9:40pm July 18, 2011)

I think the idea of living forever is interesting. Being able to travel and see the world evolve and change. I would be sad though if I had to do this without my family, so that part of me thinks I don't want to live forever but make my time here on earth worth every second.
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Anne Reeths 9:43pm July 18, 2011)

I'm not sure I would want to live forever, but no aging, being sorta bulletproof, and living a good long time would allow for time to do lots and lots of fun things.
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Lisa Kendall 10:00pm July 18, 2011)

I don't think I would, because of everyone who would live and die while I continued on. It would be very sad.
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Robin Daily 10:47pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Lisa, this is a hard question ! I wouldnt want to live forever unless I didnt age, and other people lived with me. To watch them all leave me behind wouldnt be fun..and I would need a way to make sure I can keep making a difference in people lives.

It sure would be amazing to see all the changes in the world..if I could live forever, Id spend my time trying to make a difference.
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Kym Amaral 11:10pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Carol -

I think you're right... In the end the burden of immortality would be very heavy and lonely!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 11:14pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Jennifer -

Wow! You would be a happy immortal! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 11:16pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Diane -

That's exactly how I feel! I'd have to be sure everyone I care about is immortal too! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 11:20pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Jennifer -

You know that Queen song is on my playlist while I wrote Night Walker!!! LOL I love that song too!!!

Thanks so much for your interest in the book! :)

Lisa
PS - Thanks for commenting too! LOL
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Lisa Kessler 11:21pm July 18, 2011)

Hi MaryAnne -

I'm so glad Night Walker has piqued your interest! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 11:22pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Anne -

I feel the same way! Make every day that we DO have count, right? :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 11:23pm July 18, 2011)

Hi Lisa -

So maybe a limited time immortality or some sort? I bet that would be cool too! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 12:18pm July 19, 2011)

Hi Robin -

I agree! It would be horribly sad to have to watch the ones you love pass away and be left behind...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 12:22pm July 19, 2011)

Hi Kym -

Seeing the changes in the world and trying to make it a better place would be cool! We'd just have to be sure our family and friends were immortal too! LOL

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 12:23pm July 19, 2011)

I can't even imagine living forever. All the people you love or know would be gone. I think it would be very lonely!
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Constance Biller 2:15am July 19, 2011)

Hi Constance -

I think you're right! You could be surrounded with people and still be very alone...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 2:25am July 19, 2011)

I Would only live Forever if the one I love Would live Forever two and then it would have to be a ever lasting love because forever is a long time.
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Stacey Smith 2:57am July 19, 2011)

HI Stacey -

Having love in your life would definitely make forever more bearable... :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 3:26am 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.
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Kathleen Yohanna 4:58am July 19, 2011)

Hi Kathleen -

You came to the same conclusion I have... Sounds great, but facing losing the ones you love, makes it not worth it to me in the end either!

THanks for commenting!

Lisa Kessler
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Lisa Kessler 11:01am July 19, 2011)

I would like to live longer maybe but not forever, I can't imagine outliving my children...........
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Marcelle Cole 5:24pm July 19, 2011)

I think I would like to live forever to gain enough knowledge, power, and money to use for the betterment of society and those people who need help.
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Nina Campbell 8:27pm July 19, 2011)

I think I love the idea of being immortal and able to live eternally, but in reality I would not want it. I would want to life a long and fulfilling life, surrounded by people I love and doing things I enjoy but I want closure, a time to move on. I will however live out my fascination with immortality in books.
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Na S 10:18pm July 19, 2011)

great review. want this book. Lisa is a new author for me and always looking for new reads.
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Chris Bails 10:14pm October 10, 2011)

Thank you Chris!!!

I hope you enjoy Night Walker!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 8:17pm October 11, 2011)

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.
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Kathleen Yohanna 4:52am May 16, 2012)

Hi, I have a light Irish accent - I've been told it's more mid-Atlantic, probably from watching Starsky and Hutch while growing up in Dulin. My husband is Scottish with a gorgeous Glasgow accent, like Sean Connery or Billy Connolly. He is aware that other people sometimes have trouble understanding him and slows down his speech to suit. I love his accent and it has the advantage that if he phones me at home I can tell immediately who is speaking! Accents do add flavour to a character in a book and they should match that person's expected upbringing, so a country dweller would sound different to a city dweller. City people talk faster. All praise to you for adding realism and giving us a treat with your hero!
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Clare O'Beara 6:26am May 16, 2012)

I think that the British, Scotch, Irish, and English, do it for me!
Blessings,
Marjorie
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Marjorie Carmony 6:27am May 16, 2012)

Your book sounds awesome! It's funny, but I've been in love with Antonio Banderas for years!
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Renee Pajda 7:54am May 16, 2012)

this sounds so great i love stories about the immortals like
moonlight ( vampires, warewolves, many other half human half
creature nightlife) love those type of stories
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Denise Smith 7:57am May 16, 2012)

I love a Scotch or Irish accent...it's so sexy. HA Thanks
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Bonnie Capuano 8:11am May 16, 2012)

Love the accents.. but have you noticed how many of those awful loud commercials are by men with accents..
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Cate Sparks 8:24am May 16, 2012)

I, too, like an accent, but when it came to my husband I chose
a good ole American.
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Mary Hay 9:20am May 16, 2012)

Sounds like a really great plot!
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Rachael Whitzman 10:02am May 16, 2012)

accents are sooo sexy, I especially love a scottish accent.
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Barbara Hanson 10:44am May 16, 2012)

Hi Lisa! It's Mel. We just became friends in FB and you're sending me some lemony goodness to make me smell delicious. *grin* Scottish Brogue makes me very weak in the knees. Oh! I hope I win a copy of NW to read after I shower. Nice 'seeing' you here today, Lisa!
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Melissa Keith 11:24am May 16, 2012)

ON THE BEACH I CAN SEE ME READING THIS
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Debbi Shaw 11:45am May 16, 2012)

I am a sucker for an British accent...love them...and any form..Irish, English, Scottish, and even Australian by default! LOL
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Angie Lilly 12:36pm May 16, 2012)

Hi Kathleen -

Oh Sean Connery is a great addition to the list!!! :) Did you see First Knight when he was King Arthur? Yum! LOL

So what accent does your hubby have?

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 12:48pm May 16, 2012)

Hi Clare -

Oh I want to come hang out with you and your hubby and listen to you both talk! LOL

And I agree with you that an accent can add to the character in a book...

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 12:50pm May 16, 2012)

I LOVE guys with accents!!! Soooo sexy!
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Stephanie Briggs 1:11pm May 16, 2012)

I'd have to say a Scots accent like Gerard Butler's does it
for me...I love to hear that man talk. Hispanic accents are
also very sexy!
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Dana Reeder 1:50pm May 16, 2012)

Any accent will do as long as English is fluent.
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Sheila True 1:52pm May 16, 2012)

I love accents. I once had an Irish man come in my work who had a heavy accent and I just loved it. It didn't hurt that he was cute too.
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Kristin Bingham 1:52pm May 16, 2012)

Anything based on Antonio can't be bad!
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Lisa Elwood 1:56pm May 16, 2012)

I loved Disney guy heroes! Love a english accent.
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Beth Elder 2:30pm May 16, 2012)

Thanks for commenting Marjorie!!! And I totally agree! :)

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 2:55pm May 16, 2012)

Hi Renee -

You and me both!!! LOL I remember seeing the first Mask of Zorro movie and quickly needing to see everything else Antonio Banderas was in! LOL

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 2:57pm May 16, 2012)

Hi Denise -

I hope you enjoy Night Walker!!!

Thanks for commenting!!!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 2:58pm May 16, 2012)

Hi Bonnie -

You are SOOOO right!!! LOL

Do you watch Dancing with the Stars? Tristan is one of the Pro dancers and he's got a delicious accent! :)

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 2:59pm May 16, 2012)

Hi Cate -

I'm a horrible tv watcher, so I haven't seen the loud commercials... I do remember the energizer guy with the loud Australian accent and the flat top remember him? Yikes!

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 3:02pm May 16, 2012)

Hi Mary -

My hubby is American too, but for fun, he'll give me an accent every once in while! LOL He's good to me! :)

Thanks for commenting!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 3:03pm May 16, 2012)

Hi Rachael -

Thank you!!! I hope you enjoy Night Walker!

Lisa :)
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Lisa Kessler 3:04pm May 16, 2012)

I love accents! Thanks for the chance to win!!
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Natasha Donohoo 3:22pm May 16, 2012)

Oh love me some accents... especially Irish and Scottish!
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Colleen Conklin 4:10pm May 16, 2012)

I also love accents, especially a English accent like Prince William
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Shirley Younger 5:02pm May 16, 2012)

Ohhh I LOVE an Australian accent! SO HOT!!! Thanks for the
chance!
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April Kirkland 6:35pm May 16, 2012)

I grew up listening to Broadway soundtracks - Richard Burton's and Yul Brynner's accents are the first ones I hearing.
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Mary C 7:28pm May 16, 2012)

I really love men with accents. Sean Connery and Antonio Banderos sound so cool and sexy. I would love to win this book!
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Linda Luinstra 7:54pm May 16, 2012)

yes i'm a sucker too!!i love accents and i remember zorro,yes there was something about that masked man!!! can't wait to read!!
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Jennifer Beck 8:13pm May 16, 2012)

I love listening to guys with accents. There is just something about them that is so appealing.
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Chelsea Knestrick 8:13pm May 16, 2012)

I soooo love a man with an accent. It is just too sexy.
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Patti Paonessa 8:18pm May 16, 2012)

I think a man with an french or spanish accent is so endearing!
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Diane Sadler 8:30pm May 16, 2012)

I do like a hero with an accent. I think it makes him a bit mysterious.
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Maureen Emmons 9:05pm May 16, 2012)

Accents are amazing!!! I love most of the European accents & British of course.
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Mary Preston 9:15pm May 16, 2012)

Sounds like a terrific book... Love heros with accents!
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May Pau 9:19pm May 16, 2012)

Accents are definitely exotic and sexy. I especially love heroes with either Australian, Irish or Scottish accents.
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Michele Hayes 10:07pm May 16, 2012)

I love Australian accents! I kinda swoon. I like your heroine's name, Kate. I'm a Catherine and never though I could be a Kate (with a K)...but look at Kate Middleton. She's a Catherine. Or I could have been a Cate (like Cate Blanchett). I wish I had discovered this decades ago!
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Catherine Lee 10:21pm May 16, 2012)

I keep seeing this book every where. I think that's a good sign!
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MaryAnne Banks 10:34pm May 16, 2012)

I hope to win, but good luck to every entrant!!!
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Kelly Knapp 11:57pm May 16, 2012)

Thanks for all the fabulous comments everyone!!! We
obviously all have excellent taste in Men with Accents!!!
LOL

Love it!!! I hope you enjoy Night Walker!!!

And MaryAnne I'm super excited that you're seeing Night
Walker every where! It just hit the Barnes & noble stores
too!!! SQUEE!!!

Thanks again for all the support and fun comments!!! Fresh
Fiction is the bomb!!! :)

Lisa
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Lisa Kessler 1:38am May 17, 2012)

I like an Australian accent the best. I can understand what the person is saying and still get the "differences" of it.
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Anne Jones 12:07pm May 17, 2012)

I love accents, mostly the french and italian men, they are
so sexy! Hope I win, good luck to everyone!
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Ann Thaxton 2:54pm May 17, 2012)

There are only 3 accents that I truly enjoy listening to. One is British, and the other 2 are Spanish and French. I have a dear friend who lives across the pond who calls occassionally, and I love listening to the sound of his voice. It's not a thick accent, but his voice is very enjoyable to listen to. There's a good chance that he's coming for another visit to see me next year, and I'll be in heaven again if he can make it. It's not just the accent, though, it's the expressions thrown in that make it that much more enjoyable. I am in love with your book!! Reading the excerpt totally drew me in, and I have to get my hands on it somehow!! The eye candy on the cover is the icing on the cake!! Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us.
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Peggy Roberson 9:36pm May 17, 2012)

HI Lisa!! Love this post and I DO swoon over an accent! My heart pitter patters and I get a little dreamy eyed. Very cliche!!!
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Jennifer Probst 10:33pm May 17, 2012)

I love the Scottish accent the best but any of them are great. My
favorites are audiobooks that have the accents so I don't have to
imagine it. Great book, great narrator and an accent...to die for.
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Penny Keeler 5:14pm May 18, 2012)

An accent is intriguing and so is figuring out where someone is from according to their dialect. I remember on the Johnny Carson Tonight Show one guy could tell what county in England the person was from by the way they talked.
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Alyson Widen 9:29pm May 18, 2012)

I loved the excerpt, I have to finish the story now. Lol
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Julie Duffy 1:33pm November 26, 2014)

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