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A welcome second chance… Or a recipe for disaster?

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It might be impossible to put out these flames…Good thing this cowboy can handle the sparks.

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Dead To Me.

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Rip Roaring Regency Romp

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Healing his physical wounds is just the beginning…

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After suffering a horrific injury that threatens to end his career, Baden Oulett is about to learn that sometimes a fresh start is just what the doctor ordered.

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23 comments posted.

Re: Veiled in Smoke (11:32am February 20, 2020):

I am very familiar with Chicago, as my relatives lived there and we used to go there often. I would love to read this novel as well as others you have written. Thanks for having a contest!

Re: Cold Aim (10:21am July 1, 2019):

I have family in law enforcement, as well. I live mystery/crime novels. I'm anxious to read your work.

Re: Chocolate a la Murder (9:30pm March 13, 2019):

Chocolate and mysteries, a match made in heaven. Thanks for the chance!

Re: The Conspiracy (11:27am January 14, 2019):

I love your books, and after reading the excerpt of The Conspiracy, I want to read more. I was sorry when it ended!

Re: Betrayed (8:55pm November 15, 2017):

I like to read the books to see how close to them the movies are. I usually prefer the book.

Re: Muffin to Fear (11:16am September 1, 2017):

I love all muffins, except poison ones!

Re: War and Peach (12:39pm March 1, 2017):

I don't remember reading Nancy Drew. I do remember reading ALL of Agatha Christie, though. I think I may have been too old for Nancy Drew. I read Phyllis Whitney also, and mystery authors of that time. Still love mysteries!

Re: Race the Darkness (1:12am October 17, 2016):

My worst nightmare is dying alone.

Re: A Very Jaguar Christmas (12:53pm October 7, 2016):

You are a very busy lady...I want to see those bears! I used to do a lot of Christmassy things with the family, and at church. These days it's hard to get me out of the house, especially when it's cold and snowy. We still decorate some, and I confess, we have started already. We have Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas decorations around the house. I would love to read your bok0ks, thanks for writing them, and the chance to win!

Re: Silent Night Shadows (12:47pm October 7, 2016):

I used to be a risk taker, but now with my age and all, I'm more of a play-it-safe kinda gal.

Re: The Bones Will Speak (9:53pm June 15, 2016):

I love a good mystery! Thanks for the chance to win one of your novels.

Re: The Diva Serves High Tea (9:49pm June 15, 2016):

chocolate bread pudding is my favorite dessert, but I'm also fond of brownies and cookies, as my expanding waistline(where is that exactly?) will attest to!

Re: Kingdom Come (11:39am January 20, 2016):

Oooh! An Amish murder mystery! Sounds thrilling! Thank you for the chance to win.

Re: Murder Under the Mistletoe (10:12pm November 16, 2015):

I like to read, crochet, and play games on the computer.
I also find baking to be a stress buster!

Re: Bushel Full Of Murder (9:55am June 24, 2015):

I found a wonderful bird house made from part of a birch tree. It was a treat for us, and also the birds!

Re: The Wood's Edge (3:51pm April 24, 2015):

I enjoy reading historical fiction, I guess that inspires my passion!

Re: Wicked Stitch (12:55pm April 14, 2015):

I used to do historical reenactments. My late husband and I did the Rev War period in history. He was a farmer/trapper, and I was a weaver. It was fun for awhile.

Re: Lady Of The Eternal City (2:24pm March 26, 2015):

Sounds like a great book. I love historical fiction!

Re: How Sweet The Sound (12:24pm September 21, 2014):

I meant a good read.

Re: How Sweet The Sound (12:20pm September 21, 2014):

I'm not in a book club, either. The book club at the library picks books in advance, and they aren't that interesting to me. I like mystery, and historical novels, mostly. Your novel sounds like a god read to me!

Re: The Tenth Chamber (11:27pm August 1, 2014):

I love thrillers, and I love archeology. Sounds like a terrific read!

Re: Shadowed By Grace (5:18pm March 14, 2014):

I have a passion for reading, as well. I guess if we didn't, we wouldn't be on your blog! I guess I collect them, too, as I have several shelves of TBR's. I like to read at night, before sleeping, so my dreams will be full. Also read in the car (When not driving!), and at the doctor, dentist, etc. Love it!

Re: The Dervish (12:23pm September 7, 2013):

I'd love to read this. I love reading about history, fiction or non-fiction. It sounds great!

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