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Rumors aren't the only thing that will stir when Abigail returns to Boone County, Texas.

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From Loss to Love: A Pilot and an Artist's Colliding Worlds

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Caffeine and Commitments: Stirring Up Love in San Francisco

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"Her biggest fan �has a fatal obsession."

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Bloodlines and Boardrooms: A Paranormal Romance of Power and Passion

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A new, action-packed adventure that blends science-fiction technology and magical fantasy elements with a touch of historical romance.

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32 comments posted.

Re: School's Out for Murder (8:17pm July 22, 2015):

I always turned in my homework, usually well ahead of time!

Re: Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai (8:15pm July 22, 2015):

Refreshments, good magazines, & a great stylist...

Re: Double Mint (8:14pm July 22, 2015):

I am sure that you would spend a lot less money attending a book club in a
casino & it would be fun in a conference room if one was available.

Re: Nowhere to Hide (8:12pm July 22, 2015):

I would probably spend a lot of time at home, making sure that everything was

Re: Naked (8:10pm July 22, 2015):

I have made honey cake, but this recipe looks much easier.

Re: SEAL's Code (10:23pm June 20, 2015):

I love to learn true historical facts, especially about the Navajo Code Talkers, as I
worked for the Indian Health Service in clinics on the reservation, where both
Western & traditional medicine were used in healing.It was fascinating.

Re: A Matter of Time (10:18pm June 20, 2015):

I just heard Maxine Nightingale's "Right back where we started from", from
1976...such a great beat & it takes me back to college!

Re: Snow White Lies (10:14pm June 20, 2015):


Re: Outlaw Hearts (10:12pm June 20, 2015):

I love Robyn Carr's Virgin River & Grace Valley series, which have repetitive
characters & their families living in the same small town or area.

Re: Desperate Measures (8:32pm June 20, 2015):

Peppermint tea is my favorite for when I need a "pick me up."

Re: Courtship of the Cake (8:30pm June 20, 2015):

I love chocolate cupcakes with chocolate fudge icing!

Re: Honor Reclaimed (9:44pm May 27, 2014):

Thanks for doing your research. Living in the US, most of us are very far removed
from the reality that many women face in third world countries.

Re: An Unexpected Sin (4:12pm April 19, 2014):

This historical novel sounds like one is really in old time Salem, living as a
member of the community & becoming acquainted with the hysteria &
heartbreak of the Salem Witch Trials. Adding romance to this time of terror is
sure to be a winner!

Re: A Plain Man (4:04pm April 19, 2014):

It seems to be a lot easier for writers these days since it is possible to self-
publish on the internet. If the story is good, there is always the possibility to
have a major publishing house come knocking at your door.I hope that you are
finding it much easier to bring your stories to the masses with the help of e-
books! Your story lines are unique & interesting for the romance genre!

Re: Paige Turned (3:57pm April 19, 2014):

My life would have been more exciting if I had pursued a career behind the
scenes in theater, but the paychecks may have been sporadic. I have worked in
hospitals & clinics for 30 years, and there is plenty of drama there!

Re: In the Dark (10:13pm March 22, 2014):

I would have to go with unflagging trust and reliability, although in time, you
could both with the right guy!

Re: Eyes Closed Tight (3:26pm March 10, 2014):

One of my grade school friends also turned out to be a detective in my
hometown & I never would have guessed that would be in his future! It sounds
like you have really done your homework with this novel & it sounds intriguing.

Re: The Mapmaker's Daughter (9:41pm March 5, 2014):

Thank you for spending hours researching 15th century Spain & Jewish history to
bring your readers a true-to-life love story.It is unlike any other book on the

Re: What The Groom Wants (9:37pm March 5, 2014):

I love your "star-crossed lovers" theme. Boy meets girl. Forces cause them to
lose touch. They meet again, fall in love, & live happily ever after! Sigh!

Re: Mustang Sassy (9:31pm March 5, 2014):

Glory of Love (Theme from the Karate Kid) by Peter Cetera is one of my favorites.

Re: The Prosecutor (9:27pm March 5, 2014):

One of my favorites is Jamie Fraser, from the Outlander series by Diana

Re: The Rebel Pirate (8:55pm March 4, 2014):

Robyn Carr is one of my all time favorites!

Re: Safe in the Tycoon's Arms (8:48pm March 4, 2014):

On Sunday, I went with my daughter to keep her company as she waited in line
to apply for a job as an "extra" in a motion picture. By the time we got to the
front of the line, she had convinced me to also put in my application!

Re: Tempted by the Soldier (1:42am February 26, 2014):

I am addicted to reading. When I was growing up in the midwest,going to the
library was a special treat. I was a voracious reader & could easily finish 1-2
books daily. In 4th grade, I read "Gone With The Wind" during Easter vacation,
while eating little chocolate eggs from my basket.As an adult, I am an Amazon
junkie, enjoying novels & e-books.

Re: Hot Rock (1:25pm February 25, 2014):

Rock stars are appealing & charismatic because of the music they play & their
"bad boy" lifestyle is so different from the "family man" image of men we are
supposed to date & ultimately, marry. There is something about a scruffy haired
teenager holding a guitar that makes teenage girls swoon!

Re: The Trouble With Honor (1:18pm February 25, 2014):

Honor, the unlikely card shark, sounds like an intriguing heroine for this
captivating love story. It is sure to be a hit!

Re: Must Love Dukes (6:39pm February 24, 2014):

My most ackward moments revolved around my hair. When I was in my 20's I
had a perm & did not know how to style it. It looked like I stuck my finger in a
light socket. The hair stylist told me.."Umm, I forgot to tell you to use electric
curlers or a flat iron after blowing your hair dry." Then, there was the famous
purple hair incident. I had tried to dye my hair at home & it looked purple in
color.I had to color it again to neutralize the shade. As long as we live , there
will be plenty of more moments that are embarrassing, but those are my top

Re: Between the Sheets (3:01pm February 24, 2014):

It sounds like a great collaboration of 2 women with distinctly different ideas,
coming together to create fantastic fiction!

Re: Bound to be Dirty (4:23pm February 23, 2014):

I think that they are popular because people can secretly immerse themselves in
a world that they will probably never enter in real life...

Re: Mint Juleps and Justice (1:10am February 22, 2014):

So sorry to hear of the loss of your husband. You can keep his memories alive
through the strong romantic male heroes in your novels. I prefer the strong
alpha hero with a romantic streak.

Re: High-Heeled Wonder (3:32pm February 17, 2014):

I love the look of heels on others & love to read fashion magazines, but I am a t-
shirt, jeans, & flats kind of gal!

High-Heeled Wonder sounds like it has key elements of romance & suspense. I
can't wait to read it!

Re: Lord of Swords (3:28pm February 17, 2014):

We love pets & have 4 cats. The last 2 were abandoned newborns & had to be
bottle fed. We try to make a donation to our local humane society at least
twice a year to help with expenses.

Keep those happily-ever-after stories coming! I love both hard copies but my
Kindle has totally spoiled me!

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