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Kit Blakemore is ready to live again.

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“I am in awe of her talent.”—Julia Quinn

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Their marriage is fake, but their attraction is very real…

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"A chance encounter, a magical kiss - could it be what it takes to break up a decades-long feud?"

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A grump/sunshine beach read about a grouchy CEO and the girl-next-door he shouldn't want.

Lesley Walsh

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38 comments posted.

Re: Chicken Soup & Homicide (12:35pm February 23, 2016):

I've eaten ostrich but turned down Guinea pig

Re: The New Year's Wish (4:22pm January 2, 2016):

My romance fantasy would be to meet the man of my dreams!

Re: Divorced, Desperate, and Daring (7:46pm December 21, 2015):

Strangulation with tinsel?

Re: Justified (7:43pm December 21, 2015):

I like making almond shortbread

Re: A Skeleton in the Family (7:42pm December 21, 2015):

Thanks for the opportunity!

Re: Soul's Prisoner (6:31pm November 22, 2015):

I'm English so we don't celebrate Thanksgiving but for Christmas it would have to be Christmas Pudding and Cream.

Re: Katie in Waiting (6:28pm November 22, 2015):

I'm a rubbish baker! If I do bake it would be round or square - sorry to be boring

Re: The Girl in the River (5:42pm October 22, 2015):

I love the River Thames, it has such a long history and anytime I visit London I like to cross one of it's many bridges (rather than using the underground).

Re: Duke of Scandal (5:32pm October 22, 2015):

It's interesting to read about bad boys but they're too likely to break your heart in real life, so I'd go for the good boy!

Re: Deadlock (5:26pm October 22, 2015):

In my childhood had a cat called Twinkle and a rabbit named Benjy. In my teens another cat named Tara.

Re: Illusion (5:22pm October 22, 2015):

I haven't really had a supernatural event but I do remember visiting the Colleiseum in Rome and feeling incredibly uncomfortable and oppressed - maybe an overactive imagination?

Re: Shooting Dirty (1:47pm September 23, 2015):

I prefer good guys myself.

Re: Lady Emily's Exotic Journey (5:27pm August 22, 2015):

I don't think I've read a Victorian era novel since I read the children's novel A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett but I do remember enjoying it immensely.

Re: Last Chance Hero (5:19pm August 22, 2015):

I remember a road trip from the South of England to a camp site in Southern France. It was a long trip and we had a very wet week but what I remember most is being woken one night to a rustling noise - who was trying to get into the tent? It turned out to be a hedgehog!

Re: Wolf Trouble (5:13pm August 22, 2015):

Sorry I don't have a significant other - but I can dream can't I?

Re: Cold as Ice (5:08pm August 22, 2015):

Menolly in the Pern Series

Re: Newport (4:58pm August 22, 2015):

It gives the story a bit of a twist but wouldn't say I was a strong fan of the supernatural.

Re: Moments of Truth (4:55pm August 22, 2015):

I'm definitely a list person that way I worry less.

Re: School's Out for Murder (5:41pm July 22, 2015):

I always turned in my homework - too scared of my teachers to do otherwise but I suppose I would have said that I thought it was not due yet and then frantically got it done that night and turned it in the next day!

Re: Deadly Dye and a Soy Chai (5:37pm July 22, 2015):

A stylist who can cut my hair in a style that suits me and is easy for me to maintain.

Re: Double Mint (5:35pm July 22, 2015):

I'm not sure that I would. I visited Vegas once and the people at the slots were like robots - it gave me the heebie jeebies. I think I would therefore be too uncomfortable for a book club meeting!

Re: Nowhere to Hide (5:30pm July 22, 2015):

I don't think I would handle it well at all. I would turn in on myself and hide away from the world.

Re: Naked (5:15pm July 22, 2015):

No, I've never baked nor eaten honey cake but the recipe looks interesting as does your book. Thanks for the contest.

Re: Bushel Full Of Murder (3:37pm June 23, 2015):

Chocolate, chocolate,chocolate every time.

Re: The Spring Bride (3:35pm June 23, 2015):

Because it makes me feel all warm and gooey!

Re: Motion for Malice (3:33pm June 23, 2015):

What do I do for fun? Reading is definitely up there, as is visiting Stately Homes and Gardens (I love flowers but hate weeding, so it's always nice to let someone else do the work!), Cross-stitch/Embroidery and delving into my Family History.

Re: Courtship of the Cake (3:27pm June 23, 2015):

Coffee and Walnut

Re: A Family for the Bull Rider (4:30am May 25, 2015):


Re: Shadowed By Grace (4:10am May 25, 2015):

Babies and toddlers, their joy in life and innocence

Re: The Wood's Edge (7:27am April 25, 2015):

Historic buildings.

Re: Nobody's Goddess (7:25am April 25, 2015):

Interesting but very strange, not sure I'd want to live there.

Re: The Art of Losing Yourself (7:22am April 25, 2015):

I often think "what if" I could travel back in time and meet Queen Elizabeth and tell her about her descendants Queen Victoria and her namesake Queen Elizabeth II. However I wouldn't want to stay there, I'm to attached to my comfortable life!

Re: The Last Heiress (7:18am April 25, 2015):

I'd like to travel to Easter Island

Re: A Touch of Passion (7:16am April 25, 2015):

Present day Belgium

Re: Cupcakes and Crushes (7:15am April 25, 2015):

Very close. I live just around the corner from my parents and see them several times a week and I meet up with my brother and his family once a week.

Re: Duchess By Mistake (7:12am April 25, 2015):

I like these type of stories because it's interesting to see them fall in love.

Re: SEAL My Home (11:22am March 23, 2015):

Seal of My Heart - Those eyes are mesmerizing

Re: Andrea and the 5-Day Challenge (11:18am March 23, 2015):

I hate being the centre of attention and dislike any but family parties. So I can well and truly relate.

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