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Giving thanks for reading in November

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Romance and adventure. Passion and revenge. Blood Moon.


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Asritakalpalateeka. Revelations.. the tree with 12 kinds of fruit.


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Someone is trying to kill the Earl of Merton


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She thought she had it all figured out.


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Four bestselling authors create joyous romance around the Thanksgiving holiday


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14 heartwarming Amish Christmas stories from 14 of your favorite Amish authors.


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A secret no one dared whisper…


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56 comments posted.

Re: You Had Me at Wolf (2:51pm February 27):

I love that shifters truly love their mates and are with
them for life and the protection they have for others.

Re: A SEAL Always Wins (5:50pm February 24):

They are hard working and stand for what's right.

Re: Calling on Quinn (5:48pm February 24):

I like sweet but will eat both on occasion.

Re: An Inconvenient Duke (5:42pm February 24):

I love to go back in time to compare how things were then
compared to what we have and do now.

Re: In Search of Truth (5:39pm February 24):

"T" is for trustworthy.

Re: Beach Haven (11:02am February 16):

I want to visit Scotland and stay in a castle.

Re: The Solid Grounds Coffee Company (10:36am February 16):

I'd love to share a cup with my mom who was my best friend.
However, I'm lucky enough to be visiting my sister and
sharing a cup with her this Valentine's Day!

Re: Defending Zara (9:01am February 10):

My favorite is chocolate truffles. Happy Valentine's Day!

Re: Forever Strong (9:00am February 10):

Spending alone time with my husband even if it's just to
watch a movie.

Re: The Kissing Game (3:39pm February 6):

Congratulations on your release! It sounds like a great
read.

Re: Wicked Cowboy Wolf (4:56pm January 30):

I love that they have the ability to turn in to something
else and how they communicate with their other half.

Re: Whiteout (3:25pm January 29):

I don't know what I'd do if I found myself stranded in the
cold wilderness, but I'd definitely find any way possible
to survive.

Re: Cold Nose, Warm Heart (3:20pm January 29):

I prefer dogs.

Re: Inherent Truth (3:16pm January 29):

The In Death series is my favorite in romance suspense, and
The Argeneau series in paranormal romance.

Re: Secret Mountain Hideout (1:32pm January 26):

I love the characters and the connections they have along
with the dialogue. However, I enjoy the plot and the
setting in a story just as much.

Re: Loki Ascending (2:54pm January 12):

Congratulations on your release! I would love to have the
power of psychokinesis. Then all my chores could be done
with just a thought.

Re: Lean on Me (2:44pm January 12):

Congratulations on your release! I'm looking forward to
better health in 2020.

Re: A Cowboy Never Quits (4:27pm January 4):

I love cowboys because they are very hard working and
caring and they put family first. I like the small town
setting, too, so I get to know a lot of the townspeople as
well.

Re: Pathfinder (4:18pm January 4):

I love cowboys because they are usually very caring and put
family first. I also like the small town setting where I
can get to know the neighbors along with the main
characters.

Re: The One for You (4:14pm January 4):

I don't make resolutions but my goal is to take better care
of myself this year.

Re: Risk It All (4:21am December 30):

I'd prefer the mountains. Congratulations on your
release,Katie!

Re: A Wedding in December (3:47am December 10):

I love spending time with my family and seeing all the
houses lit up and decorated.

Re: Wish Upon a Cowboy (3:42pm November 29):

This sounds like an amazing story! I love when the main
characters are not looking for love because there's a
situation that's so much more important, yet they can't
seem to avoid the chemistry that's growing between them.
Oh yeah, unicorns are definitely the best!

Re: Virgin River (4:03pm November 23, 2019):

Congratulations, Robyn! I can't wait to watch this.
I would like to see the Rocky Mountain Riders series by
Sara Richardson and the In Death series by J. D. Robb made
into a movie or TV series.

Re: The Goddess Gets Her Guy (2:51pm November 21, 2019):

Congratulations on this release! Ot sounds like a great
read. My favorite season is fall. I love the cooler weather
and seeing the leaves changing colors.

Re: Wolf Rebel (2:44pm November 21, 2019):

Wow! This post really brings back memories! I remember
waiting on Sunday nights for The Wonderful World of Disney
to begin. We made it family movie night in our house.
My favorite Disney character is Cinderella.

Re: Puppy Christmas (2:14pm November 15, 2019):

Congratulations on all the releases! I would love it if
Santa could bring me a paperback copy of each. However, if
his budget is tight,I'd be happy with any one of them.

Re: Longing for a Cowboy Christmas (3:46pm November 14, 2019):

Congratulations on the new release!
I love seeing all the lights and decorations on the houses.
When my kids were younger, we would drive around each night
just to look at them. Now I love cozying up with a good
Christmas story, especially when I can look out the windows
and see snow outside.

Re: I've Got You, Babe (11:38pm September 3, 2019):

Love the storyline and that it involves the restoration of
vintage cars. Can't wait to read this.

Re: A SEAL Never Quits (3:40pm August 2, 2019):

I enjoyed learning about you and your husband! Thanks for
sharing. Love reading about Navy SEALs, and one working
undercover on a ranch sounds really interesting.

Re: Last Chance Rodeo (3:34pm August 2, 2019):

Love cowboy stories! This made me think back on all the
times I went to the rodeo when I was a kid. :)

Re: Love at First Bark (3:29pm August 2, 2019):

Thanks for sharing about your dogs. I enjoy reading stories
that include animals.

Re: You Had Me at Cowboy (3:38pm December 8, 2018):

I love reading about cowboys, so reading about hockey-playing
cowboys sounds very interesting. They are definitely going on
my TBR list.

Re: One More Moment (5:28pm September 5, 2018):

The life of a group of band members when not on the road
sounds like a very intering storyline. Definitely something
I'd like to read.

Re: Do or Die Cowboy (5:10pm September 5, 2018):

I love a good cowboy story, and this definitely sounds like
one. Just added it to my TBR list.

Re: Cowboy Charm School (5:02pm September 5, 2018):

One of the best pieces of advice I ever received was from my
grandmother. She said, "Never go to bed mad, especially if
you're mad at a loved one."

Re: Play Me Wild (5:01am November 28, 2014):

I'm reading Flirting on Ice by Veronica Forand and Susan
Scott Shelley.

Re: The Lady's Disgrace (9:32pm September 10, 2014):

I did think that I wouldn't like historical romance because I despised history
class, but I was so wrong. Historical romance is one of me favorite genres.

Re: Crimson Heart (4:16pm June 29, 2014):

I love reading stories involving highlanders! I have not read
these books, but I am adding them to my TBR list right now.
Thanks for the giveaway.

Re: Lord of the Sea (10:19pm February 20, 2014):

I don't think that anyone is perfect. Everyone makes mistakes
and has flaws, but if a person learns from their
mistakes/flaws and becomes a better person because of them
that's all anyone can ask for.

Re: The Cowboy's Mail Order Bride (10:08pm February 20, 2014):

I have got to get these books! They sound awesome and I love
reading cowboy romances.

Re: Risk Taker (12:12pm February 3, 2014):

I love sequels! I like following-up with the characters. I'm
looking forward to reading these stories.

Re: The Groom's Gamble (3:55pm January 5, 2014):

This series looks really good! I'm adding it
to my TBR list.
All of the covers are great, but if I had to
choose just one it would have to be "The
Groom's Gamble." ;)

Re: How Beauty Met the Beast (3:18pm December 21, 2013):

Thanks for sharing! Both of these books sound so good that
I'm adding them to my TBR list.

Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (11:46pm December 17, 2013):

Congrats! Thanks for sharing your experience of trying to get
published. This sounds really good, and I'm definitely adding
it to my TBR list.

Re: Second Ride Cowboy (3:18am July 28, 2013):

I believe in second chances, but I think it depends on the
reason for the break up whether they should try again.

Re: Wish You Were Here (4:06am June 29, 2013):

Thanks for the excerpt, Amanda! This book seems very
interesting. My love of reading did not start until I was in
my mid-thirties. My husband's grandmother was living with us
at the time, and she would watch talk shows for most of the
day. I was so tired of listening to them that I asked my
sister to bring me a box of her books, and I've been reading
romance ever since.

Re: The Geek Girl And The Scandous Earl (11:45pm March 14, 2013):

Congratulations on your release! I just checked out the blurb
and it sounds fantastic. I love reading these kind of romance
stories and I'm looking forward to reading this one.

Re: The Blue-Ribbon Jalape?o Society Jubilee (10:14pm March 7, 2013):

This sounds really good. I can't wait to read the series.

Re: X Marks The Scot (9:51pm February 21, 2013):

I love reading stories involving highland bad boys the most.

Re: Miss Lavigne's Little White Lie (8:55pm October 18, 2012):

I usually rely on first impression. I do give some people the
chance to prove me wrong, but it usually doesn't end up
happening very often.

Re: Somebody To Love (9:15pm April 24, 2012):

Hi Kristan, I guess I've been pretty lucky, the only thing I
had to start over was when I had to stop working too due
medical issues. It is very hard to get used to that loss of
income. I don't know how people start over with nothing.

Re: Clobbered By Camembert (11:44pm February 25, 2012):

These books sound delicious!

Re: Scrumptious (3:36pm January 16, 2012):

My daughter loves to cook and leave the mess in the kitchen.
I did the hair of my friends in high school. Became a
hairstylist and loved meeting new people. Never liked
reading growing up but, now I read anything that sounds
interesting to me. I'm hooked on books! This story sounds
really good, best wishes with sales and reviews.

Re: Dreaming Of The Wolf (12:19pm December 8, 2011):

Hi Terry, Love the paranornal! Happy Holidays!!

Re: Hunter Of Shadows (3:02am December 2, 2011):

Love paranormal! Happy Holidays!

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