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Sometimes the smallest secret creates the biggest ripple of trouble.


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When she holds the key to the one case he couldn’t solve, he must choose justice or love.


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They must risk everything-- before it’s too late…


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A meeting of minds…But a most unsuitable match!


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He has nothing and everything to lose…


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His former lover has returned with an explosive secret.


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31 comments posted.

Re: A Family for the Rancher (11:35am February 8, 2018):

I love cowboys! What's my favorite "cowboy" characteristic
or trait? I love the slow, meandering way they walk and
talk!

Re: Soul's Prisoner (4:15pm June 25, 2016):

I love to read...anything! This book has more than
caught my eye! It's been awhile sense I've read
suspense. I'm a high school English teacher with six
children of my own...so reading is a dream. Edgar Allen
Poe would the latest suspense author I have read. At one
time, (before children) I enjoyed Sue Grafton.

Re: Title Wave (4:12pm June 25, 2016):

Awesome interview!

Re: Love Walks In (3:47pm April 18, 2016):

Hmmm...daredevil. I think I'm being pretty daring when I
sneak off and eat out when I go grocery shopping without
the husband and six children. Not spot cleaning the
laundry and just tossing it in the washer? I'm thinking
these aren't what you are looking for...guess I'm just
not a daredevil at heart.

Re: An Amish Market (3:24pm March 2, 2016):

Trust. Without trust one cannot experience true love.

Re: Thirty Nights (3:22pm March 2, 2016):

Does such a man exist?

Re: Jump Cut (1:27pm March 2, 2016):

Interesting! I'd love to win this book!

Re: His to Keep (11:53am March 2, 2016):

I'm not into gambling, but I'd love to take in the live shows and try all the food!

Re: MacLaren's Bride (11:50am March 2, 2016):

I love "castle romances." It's been a long time since I have had time to read (English teacher and momma of six). I would love to read yours!

Re: Into the Fury (4:34pm February 14, 2016):

I have many. Steel Magnolias is the first one that comes to mind! I enjoyed the book, Gone with the Wind more than the movie. Mostly I do enjoy the books better. Hmmmmm...interesting question.

Re: How To Wrangle A Cowboy (4:32pm February 14, 2016):

I think you might know my mom, Carolyn Brown. Anyway, she picked my Daddy out of a picture. He was stationed in Germany. She was a high school sophomore from Tishomingo, OK. She pointed to my Daddy's platoon picture and told her friend (who was dating another member of the platoon) she wanted to write him. So, they did--for 2 years! He sent her engagement ring and the proposal through the mail. She got on a greyhound bus in Oklahoma to go to Pennsylvania to marry a man she'd never met face to face. She'd never even heard his voice. They'll be married 50 years this August.

Re: Forever Dusk (4:29pm February 14, 2016):

Guilt. That would be the best emotion to use as a weapon. I've seen people get a lot of things by using guilt on a person.

Re: The Cowboy's Bride Collection (4:27pm February 14, 2016):

Growing up, my dad was my hero! I once took a broken crayon out to his shop because I knew he could fix it. My brother would be my first cowboy hero. I can remember playing "cowboys and Indians" with him. He always rescued me! My real life cowboy hero is my husband. He's as cowboy as they get...Wranglers, boots, and black felt hat!

Re: Always Watching (4:24pm February 14, 2016):

My favorite things...spending time with my husband, six children, and newly born grandson...watching my teenage daughters work with and show their lambs...snuggling with my seven year old while she reads to me...reading in a bubble bath...walking the beach looking for that perfect sea shell...so many things. Thanks for the question...made me stop and think about the positives in life.

Re: Recipes For Love And Murder (4:25pm November 6, 2015):

My favorite recipe is my grandmother's buttermilk biscuits. She tried to pass the recipe down to me before she passed away. However, she measured everything with her hands. I was still trying to get the same sized hands as her. Still crave those biscuits!

Re: Viking Warrior Rising (4:21pm November 6, 2015):

I do love a good Viking book! Their history is very interesting and makes for a great book!

Re: When Fall Fades (4:13pm November 6, 2015):

I try to stay positive and see the best in everything, everyone. I am a high school English teacher and these students need me to be "rose colored."

Re: Dangerous Tidings (4:11pm November 6, 2015):

During the holidays, we always go home to my parents house. The whole family, and then some, meet up there! Also, I take my six children to see the Christmas lights in a nearby town every year. It's becoming a tradition! AND this will be the second year we go to Panama City Beach, FL between Christmas and New Years. Nothing like relaxing after the Christmas festivities on the beach!

Re: Hidden Impact (4:08pm November 6, 2015):

My momma makes the best homemade bread!!!! We also eat Thanksgiving dinner at her house every year. When I walk in the door, the smell of the different foods mingle together. I'm craving it just typing these words!

Re: Dragon: The Tower Of Tamerlane (9:49am September 24, 2015):

Interesting. I have never heard of scene charges. My mother is a romance author and I have watched her sketch out a book, but never with scene charges. Thanks for the information!

Re: Reservations for Two (8:47pm September 12, 2015):

I love food in a fictional book. Life revolves around
food, doesn't it? Having food in a fictional book makes it
so much more real!

Re: Every Bride Needs a Groom (8:45pm September 12, 2015):

I wake my husband, get his lunch ready and him out the
door. Then I prepare my three daughters' school lunches.
I get myself ready for school. (I am an high school
English teacher.) Then help my youngest daughter get
ready. Usually answer a dozen questions asked by my two
teenage daughters. I wake my son. Listen to him
grumble. Load up the girls and head to school!

Re: Falling for the P.I. (9:51am August 20, 2015):

I love kids in a romance book! They add an element of humor and make me laugh!

Re: Lady Emily's Exotic Journey (9:48am August 20, 2015):

I read every Victorian adventure the library had---25 years ago! BC-Before Children! Now, they are grown and reading their own books and I have time to read again! The main author I remember for Victorian romance was Jude Devereaux! (spelling!)

Re: Last Chance Hero (9:45am August 20, 2015):

My Daddy is from PA. We lived in OK. Every summer, we went to PA to visit family. Three kids and two dogs in a little Maverick--now, there are some great memories! To this day, I'd rather drive than fly! There are more memories to be made in driving!

Re: Wolf Trouble (9:41am August 20, 2015):

My husband and I have six children. We are that smile on the way out kinda couple! I'd like to be a more "date night with romantic elements" couple. However, even without six children, he's just not that romantic anymore!

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (9:14pm July 8, 2015):

I have been cleaning....and oh, the things I have been finding! I found all the Christmas clearance bulbs and coloring books I bought from 2 Christmas' past! I looked for them everywhere last Christmas. I have found lots and lots of trash--six children accumulate a lot of that!

Re: The Curiosity Keeper (9:03pm July 8, 2015):

I am the mother of six children. Summer vacation is an oxymoron in my world! When I do have time to read, I usually catch up on my mother, Carolyn Brown's western/cowboy romance book. However, I do love a good regency and THE CURIOSITY KEEPER has me hoping I win this contest!

Re: Merger of the Heart (8:58pm July 8, 2015):

My DH and I have a blended family of six children. We rarely have "alone time." However, most nights we fall asleep holding hands.

Re: Butter Off Dead (8:55pm July 8, 2015):

As the wife of a packrat, I do not collect anything! However, I am sure some would say my Carolyn Brown books are a collection--I do have all she has ever written. (One of the perks of being her daughter.) IF I did collect, I would collect antique pieces of crystal.

Re: A Sword for His Lady (8:51pm July 8, 2015):

Oh, I should think Ramon de Segrave shall win! However Isabel will enjoy the loss, I am sure!

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