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A mountain search-and-rescue mission turns into a fight for their lives.

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When he sets out to regain his family’s heritage, he never expects to lose his heart.

Peggy Clayton

disabled had to retire from teaching , love to read,crochet and also during the evening crochet dish rags and pot holders,have 2 chiwauwaus dexter and deedee that are the love of my life along with my kids in calif and 2 grandkids i miss dearly moved to ia when fell in love with an iowa man.

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71 comments posted.

Re: Risk It All (12:42pm December 31, 2019):

I love the beach and miss it so much. Lived in the bay
area of Ca for 49 years then married someone who lived in
Iowa and moved there and not a beach in site and it makes
me so depressed. I have several friends we went to school
together 54 years ago and some of them still live near
HMB and they know that when I see my family first place
we go is the beach. Last Sept we took my husband to Santa
Cruz and he saw my love for it and he really likes it.
When we were dating he did go to SF and we all ate out as
a family dinner and he loved it with the ocean right
below us We plan to move back when he retires in 8 yrs
and I hope he goes thru with it as i am homebound and
would rather be out there with my kids and 9 grandkids
that can help me write etc and his kids hardly see him so
he know how important family is to me as i grew up in a
abusive foster home and didnt go to my grandmas till i
was 16 too many years in the system. Thanks a lot for
asking that question and you have a safe New Years Eve
but have a lot of fun. Peggy clayton ptclayton2@aol.com

Re: On the Market (12:56pm August 8, 2019):

My fav gift was a pic of the Pacific Ocean near SF that
my son took with his camera then blew it up and framed it
for me. That was my first gift that I had received from
him and I was so moved we have it above the tv as I moved
to Iowa from Ca and he knows how I used to go read at the
beach and that i miss hearing the waves crashing so when
i look at that picture I think of that and also of how
he hit me in the heart with it.

Re: No Heartbreaker Required (1:24pm June 14, 2019):

My hubby is special as I am disabled and he helps me all
the time. He makes sure my scooter is running good and he
helps me open bottles. He stands outside the shower door
so when I am done he helps me out of the shower which is
great as I don't have to ask him. Also every Sunday we
make a desert and he has been making a blueberry
cheesecake for me he just is so sweet and often leaves me
notes not to try to do something with a sweet little
drawing at the end. He brings up the paper every morning
so I can see if my baseball is on during the day. He is
just over the top and we have been married for 17 yrs and
when we got married i had this disease and at that time
he knew what was going to happen and he still moved me
from Ca to Ia to be with him and his son. I had to leave
my kids but he tries to get me out there as much as he
can. He is a keeper for me! What a match made in heaven!

Re: In Her Sights (12:23pm March 28, 2019):

Oh my goodness this is right up my alley Search and Rescue
are so good and them bounty hunter step in oh gosh thank
you for offering a print as my fingers are crippled and can
only do print due to RSD which has taken my entire body. I
would love to read and revuew on 2 sites !

Re: The Summer Cottage (12:20pm March 28, 2019):

This sounds so good when i was in my abusive foster home
all the kids were going on great vacations I was stuck at
home working any dirty chores that they could find for
mr. Now that I am a lot older i make my own rules and am
so happy I would love to read this print book and review
as my fingers are crippled from a disease called RSD so
print is perfect and 2 diff reviews on 2 diff sites.

Re: A Lord Apart (12:17pm March 28, 2019):

Thanks so much for the chance and I have been thinking of
signing up to one but i was born in a foster home and not
sure i want to know their history nor my abusive foster
parent so as I say Let a sleeping dog lie in this case.
If i came from a normal background i would do it in a

Re: Rocky Mountain Cowboy Christmas (1:10pm September 26, 2018):

This one sounds so good just like your others. I would love
to read a print copy and then review on a few sites. thank
you for the chance.

Re: Mistletoe in Texas (1:09pm September 26, 2018):

I love books that have cowboys in them and this sounds so
good. I would love to read a print copy and review on a few
sites. Thank you for giving all of us a chance!

Re: Mending Fences (12:04pm July 7, 2018):

I love your story and enjoy your books I know that others
will also!

Re: Last Chance Cowboys: The Rancher (12:13pm March 30, 2018):

I love cowboys they still have manners and smile plus they
are hard workers at all hours of the night and something
about a man on a horse is so dreamy. peggy clayton

Re: The Amish Christmas Candle (1:12pm September 30, 2017):

In the fall we like to make a mixed berry cake which is
stawberries,blueberries and raspberries and then serve it
warm with vanilla bean ice cream. I also put a dash of
whipped cream on mine. Your sounds so good always cooking
for a new pie or cake recipe.I am severely disabled so my
husband makes them and I sit and give my opinions on how
much etc. or hold the recipe.

Re: Her Dark Half (1:08am September 15, 2017):

Wow reading this and i won;t be able to sleep that is a
good book. Thank you for coming and sharing this all with
us. Looking forward to reading and posting reviews on
sites. Ptclayton2@aol.com

Re: On the Chase (1:06am September 15, 2017):

Oh my goodness yes and that is why i like her booksThey are
really good and ones that i like to review

Re: The Last Outlaw (1:05am September 15, 2017):

My fav are strong men and woman that are strong but not
still need a little hlep from the man. The cowboy has been
brought up to help the girl and be a man and i like that.
ptclayton2@aol.com Mayve due to i lived in a foster home
and i dreamed a lot or am disabled and hubby does help alot

Re: Last Gentleman Standing (1:02am September 15, 2017):

Well tomorrow the electric co is coming to wire us so we
can get hi speed in rural areas this is one of Obamas
things and so glad that it is happenimg as U S Celluar is
just charging us an arm and a leg for the moduem that we
have from them and it is so slow and they have a cap
where the electric co has no cap and they are doing all
the wiring from way down the hill. So this is a big
change for us and they are also adding phone but we kept
out same number . Also since i became disabled teaching
has changed so much since i have left they don;t have a
math book they do math diff.So glad that i am out!

Re: Summoner (12:57pm September 15, 2017):

I like the guy from Harry Potter he is just great fun I
feel there are so many out there that it is hard t like
just a one but he is my fav one. ptclayton2@aol.com

Re: On Her Majesty's Frightfully Secret Service (12:50pm August 10, 2017):

This is a great series that i haven;t had the chance to
start but would love to read and review !

Re: Chime and Punishment (12:49pm August 10, 2017):

Sounds so good and I just love cozies would love to read
and post reviews. Peggy clayton

Re: Her Outback Cowboy (12:33pm July 12, 2017):

Oh goodness I kind of limited as i am disabled but my
first foster mom was from AUSTRALIA. She taught us her
dishes from there and of course the language different
words before she passes.If i did get to visit i would
want to see as much as i could. I love everything abnout
Australia and envy people from there. Especially keith

Re: Sweet Southern Trouble (12:30pm May 12, 2017):

Mine would be a tall gorgeous guy soothing with manners
and is just so polite.He is the first to reach for the
bill and anything one wishes it is his command. He opens
all doors for woman. Just a good boy then at night he
can be himself. Nice a little Rowdy but still goes to his
home at night doesn't run around.

Re: Snowbound with Mr. Wrong (12:36pm November 22, 2016):

My fav memory which i may have told you i was in a foster
home for a long time and we didn't celebrate holidays so
when i went to my grandmas she always had christmas for
me there which were things i needed at the fosterhome.
Well a social worker for one of the other foster boys
came to visit us and brought all of us a stocking with
our names on it I still have mine and it is beautiful i
cry when i pull it out. I am now disabled with a nerve
disaese but i make sure that my husband get stockings for
all the kids and that is their present filled with things
that we would of wrapped. Even my family in Ca. gets it.

Re: Restoring Christmas (12:33pm November 22, 2016):

Great post and would love to read and post reviews on a few
sites. I have to get into the mood for Christmas as
disabled and can;t shop nor drive so i rely on good tv such
as watching the restoring of house and such.

Re: A Family Under the Christmas Tree (9:44pm October 28, 2016):

I used to live 20 min south of SF and when I was in my
foster home we all got to help cook. The best memory was
that on weekends I got to go to my grandparents home to
stay and my grandma and I used to make spritz cookies on
the old time spitzer she used to make them on that was
the early 20's. So glad I learned as she lived to be 100
and 1/2 and her health was wonderful she lived in an apt
with my grandfather. She passed due to falling in the
school yard in a big hole and got a brain bleed 3 years
ago. I have taught my 2 kids how to use the spriter i
found at a garage sale years ago and so glad that i did
as my daughter has a family and she can make them with
her family since i live in Iowa now.

Re: Fire Danger (1:38pm July 22, 2016):

They all sound so good takes me out of the world of pain
that I have 24 hrs a day! I have a disease called RSD and
that is what I struggle with every day so these kind of
book tickle my fancy as they take me out of the real world
and way away from pain and suffering to others. Love it.

Re: The California Gold Rush Romance Collection (1:35pm July 22, 2016):

There have been alot of books by Elle James that I read
that included an animal and a vet and they were so good.
For me I have severe nerve disease called RSD and it is
throughout my body started in my right hand and if it
weren't for the dogs I have owned during this 27 year
fight I would not be here. As you might know once you get
sick or get a disease people friends leave you as you can
no longer do the things they want to do with you. They
stop coming to see you and they just disappear as you no
longer can work due to nerve pain and the meds that you
are taking but my pups have been thru it with me
throughout. I even lost my 20 year marriage to my husband
who found other woman more attentive to his needs. I did
remarry and moved from my home state of Calif and left my
adult kids but moving to Iowa has been still lonely. We
live in the country about 40 min from town I love our
house and the 2 - 4 legged girls and without them I would
be so lonely as they are here with me 7 days a week 24
hours a day and so loving. I so appreciate them and thank
god for them every day.

Re: Title Wave (12:53pm June 26, 2016):

I just loved the interview and also love reading cozies.
I used to read romance all the time but then i read one
cozy by Daryl that was all it took. I now read all kinds
of books but i switch many off between cozy and romance
some times they collide and you find both in one. Love
reading Lorraines books. Thank you for the giveaway!

Re: Soul's Prisoner (12:49pm June 26, 2016):

I love to read and reading suspense and romance they are
my fav. I am disabled with a nerve disease and since
having to quit teaching and being home all the time with
pain that is unforgiving reading is my thing. I love it
when i have such a good book that I am part of the book
and it is almost impossible to put it down that is
wonderful. Thank you for the giveaway !

Re: A Twist of Faith (2:17pm May 24, 2016):

I love to daydream sometimes but they haven't come true
although i was in a foster home and always daydreamed that
i could live with my grandma and saw sometimes that
happening and then a big explsion happened in the family
and we went on a moments notice i was happy.

Re: Into the Whirlwind (2:10pm May 24, 2016):

they both sound so good and I haven;t read either thank you
for making them avail in print!

Re: Bride of a Distant Isle (12:59pm March 26, 2016):

I think gothic is a get away from the real world problems.
I like a little of the scary side and then the history of
the story.

Re: The End of the World (12:28pm February 24, 2016):

I was in a foster home and my dream was to have a home of
my own and to have a family. Well it didn't go as
smoothly as I dreamed but after a few rough patches I do
have a home and do have 2 children and 4 step children
but never dreamed I would end up at the age of 48 in
Iowa. My kids are in their 30's and living in Ca and I am
their go to person when they have problems and that is
what I have wanted to be for them.

Re: An Amish Market (12:24pm February 24, 2016):

I just admire authors that can write a good book. I have
read a lot of books and this is one that I would really
enjoy. I love reading Amish books but since I have
watched these little girls of an Amish family grow up
after years of their parents bringing them to the local
farmers market I find that their duties have changed and
that the father now walks around and visits other vendors
while the girls who now are young teens watch and run
their table.

Re: Chicken Soup & Homicide (12:20pm February 24, 2016):

My grandparents had made friends with some nice people
from India and they were only here in our country for a
short time while the husband learned banking. Well they
invited my grandparents for dinner and of course at that
time i lived across the street from them and they invited
me to come along. I had no idea what to expect they just
said a couple that lived a floor above them had invited
them to dinner and they wanted me to come. Well I should
of know we walked in the house and the smell I didn't
like at all. Then there was a sheet on the ground and
there were bowls of all kinds of food. My grandfather
doesn't eat anything that isn't traditional American.
Plus he is very verbal and doesn't realize that he is
hurting someones feelings and he said some comments I
wanted to crawl out the door. He then told them he eats
with fork and knife which they didn't have. That was the
beginning of a night of just plain nightmares. We ended
up leaving as my grandfather had just taken it to far and
I couldn't take another embarassment.

Re: For Cheddar or Worse (12:09pm February 9, 2016):

My fav town is Coos Bay, Oregon. I was young when I went
there with my foster parents to visit their friends but
it was so pretty. We went out on a fishing boat that was
an experience as the gas smell is just so bad but I
survived and learned alot. We played on the beach and saw
the sites around the area. It was so soothing and just
amazing it was one of the most beautiful places I had
ever been besides where I grew up in the Bay Area around
San Fran. There were not many people in the area at that
time and their house was right on the coast. Just
beautiful and a wonderful secure memory that many times I
have reminisced about often.

Re: Remaking Ryan (1:02am January 22, 2016):

The best part is when you are almost there and you are so
excited . The worst part is when you are just leaving and
realize that you are there for 5-6 hrs and that is a long
time and with all the potty stops and food and oh goodness
so when you get there it makes it all worth it.

Re: Enchantment of a Highlander (1:00am January 22, 2016):

I AM WORKING hard at reading 125 novels this year amd
with that 1 of them a month a new author. I do read fast
and have the time as i am severely disabled so i can do
some but not alot so the afternoons my pups sit in my lap
and i read for awhile that also helps me get my grounding
before my husband comes home and wants dinner and then
another set of chores to do.

Re: Heir To The Duke (12:58pm January 22, 2016):

i really haven;t pranked anyone i am 60 and if i had my
grandkids i am sure we would of done alot.When i was young
and in the fosterhome there was alot of that going on one
put a snake down my pants and now i hate snakes and things
like that..

Re: Montana Wild (12:55pm January 22, 2016):

I did just that i long distance dated then i thought it
was my time my kids were older and my son going in
another direction so i met a guy who worked for
underground pipelier and married him the nxt jan 1 st of
2003 and we are stil married. I wouldn't do it again i
miss my kids oh so much and my grandkids so so much and
all the things we used to do and i love it here in
eastern iowa and love our pups and am not really close to
my step kids but that is ok time will work it out.

Re: Taken by the Highlander (12:52pm December 31, 2015):

We haven't yet but plan to stay home as it is too hard for
me to get around with so many people out tonight!

Re: Mystery Rider (12:33pm October 11, 2015):

When I was young I watched my mom shoot someone and wow
that image will never leave me. She also did some other
things that would make a good x rated book but i was
young and those are flashbacks and I hate them. Almost as
much as i hate all that was done to me in my foster home
! Good thing I am 60 and can overlook that but sometimes
it is in my dreams when i sleep then i wake up very

Re: Keeping Christmas (12:30pm October 11, 2015):

i read all differnt genre's but mostly romance. I do like
to jump around as there are authors that i read and they
also do historical so i am there. Then some do fun
mystery I am there. I have a nerve disease so anything
that takes the pain away for a short time and keeps me
interested I am there. Now I am not a fan if self help
books I leave those to people are want to be drs.

Re: Wild Sky (12:27pm October 11, 2015):

My awesome is that i have had a nerve disease for 23 years
and battling it everyday and i am still living. I had been
down to the univ of Iowa and they said that i had not long
to live and that was 14 years ago and i am still going

Re: A Silver Wolf Christmas (12:25pm October 11, 2015):

I would crochet him something warm and also spend more time
with him

Re: Flames (1:11pm September 28, 2015):

I had to face alot of bad things when I was a child so now
I think that was what gave me the strength that I have
today. Also friends and church I have no family to speak of
and that has been that way most of my life.

Re: Sway (1:08pm September 28, 2015):

I have several genres that I read and New Adult is one
along with young adult!

Re: Smart, But Dead (1:06pm September 28, 2015):

What makes me a little weird is that I don't like it when
things are out of place. My husband sometimes will put
things elsewhere or leave something somewhere and then i
put it back. One time he left the bread by the compost so
last week he went to make his sandwich for work and said
where is the bread and I told him that he left it near
the compost so i took it out to the bin. He threw a fit
as he had just left it there not to be put in compost it
was a loaf of good bread. Well I didn't know you set
something near the compost and my way of thinking is that
is where it goes. Just a little humor for you not sure
if that is weird but a little of what goes on when there
are no kids only us and our 4 -legged girls. Without the
2 of them I would be weird that is what I tell my

Re: Counterfeit Countess (2:23pm September 6, 2015):

It is so nice that you are concerned about the readers and
ask their opinion. I have read alot of dry books that went
on and on and could of used a bit of laughs a few times and
it would of made the book better. Love your books and look
forward to your writing as you do now!

Re: Last Chance Hero (12:24pm August 20, 2015):

My memory of a road trip was when my foster parents
decided they wanted to go to Reno and take a pick up
truck with the camper pulled behind. Well that was great
but with 15 foster kids and we piled in the back of the
truck with the weather going up to Reno unpredicitable
well needless to say we were drenched on the way up and
they decided to just pull off the hiway to camp. Well
there was a river and they wanted us to go play . For me
is was terrible being wet afraid of snakes and the last
one my foster brother thought it would be funny to put it
down my pants so i was terrified. Needless to say I was
happy to be the family cook and i got to cook and get
away from everything and put together a meal with what we
had.Peanut butter and butter was what it was and on this
trip i got so sick also it was horrible. They did let me
lay in the camper but i am glad never again came along!

Re: The Rescued (12:28pm July 13, 2015):

Wow my favorite pie is a peach or a good apple pie .
Crossing my fingers !

Re: Hope Harbor (12:27pm July 13, 2015):

I am always sad when a series I have been faithful to has
ended and that has happened alot. I am hooked on The Last
Chance books and now learning that the one she has
written is the last but she is going to write a new
series which is always good. Crossing my fingers to win
this one a new author to me and would love to read and

Re: Change Of Heart (12:25pm July 13, 2015):

I love the Amish they are always so nice at market and
they are so simple. There children are always really good
and doing crafts that i can't do. They are so religious
that it is great and also have the neighbors and
community that is one like family . the Amish is
something that i learn everyday about and they are so
different than myself living in Calif moving to Iowa.
Love reading about them!

Re: Reunion of Souls (1:06pm June 8, 2015):

I am a fiction reader although have read a few non-fiction
if I have a choice it's fiction hands down.

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (1:02pm June 8, 2015):

Housework I give myself permission to do a little a day
and that way it doesn't seem such a chore. I also have
time for other things that i want to get done or seem to
be on the burner. Jade, thank you for the giveaway and
would love to read and review as I have been talking
about this book for awhile!

Re: On Shifting Sand (12:44pm April 6, 2015):

My favorite food combination is that i like to have
either sour creme or esp mayo on all the meat that i eat.
I just can't eat a plain piece of meat it must have some
type of something with it on the fork. Such if there is
baked potato then i take a little potato and a piece of
steak at the same time on my fork. But I don't like
anything that is spicy that is for sure. Mild is fine
spicy is not for me!

Re: Ask Me Nicely (12:17pm March 5, 2015):

Yes to Insta-love . It happened with my husband and i but
that was after we heard about each other thru his ex-
mother in law and i lived in Ca and he lived in ia. But
now we both live in ia and have been married 12 years
and so happy with 2 chiwahwahs and several children
between us but we are empty nesters and loving it.

Re: Ladle to the Grave (10:25am March 3, 2015):

Wow this sounds so good and your cats name is so cute.

Re: Assault And Pepper (11:17am March 2, 2015):

i love to curl up in my chair and have the dogs on my lap.
Then when i look up i can see all the birds at the feeders
it is so relaxing!

Re: Claimed by the Sheikh (11:58am February 20, 2015):

Sounds like a book i would love to read and review. One
year what exciting times and fulfilling your dreams. wish
you nothing but the best

Re: Meow If It's Murder (11:50am January 13, 2015):

I have been hooked on the cozy mysteries just love them. This one sounds so good and plus love it when the mystery is about cats or dogs. Have 2 chiwahwahs that curl up with me when I read the books and they know how much I love books.

Re: The Millionaire Rogue (11:58am January 6, 2015):

I thought the best kissing scene was in Top Gun when tom cruise kissed his teacher for the 1st time. That movie had a lot of great kissing scenes in it like the kiss when she is sitting on the motorcycle so good. Just a romantic wish you were there kiss and you remember it forever as the kiss goes from your head to your toes!

Re: No Ordinary Home (12:41pm October 14, 2014):

I think that the celebrities have to give up nothing . I think they should have the privacy that we have although when they show up for an autograph signing I do thing that they should sign everyone who showed up at the time scheduled. Same with a concert if you have the back stage passes or are encountered going in I think they should sign. I know that we met Kenny Loggins many times and he was always so nice to my kids growing up from small 7 to when they were in their teens and I took them backstage again he was sweet and all the time and always had sodas and no drinking but we only stayed long enough for the kids to remeet him as he was my all time fav along with Barbara Streisand.I have never gotten her autograph or met her nor seen her . Now when talking about the queen or kate that would be diff as they are royalty so they are on a diff level.

Re: Stirring The Plot (12:55pm September 30, 2014):

Wow so happy for you on this new release also for the recipes that you have posted! Sounds like a book I have to get my hands on!

Re: What The Groom Wants (1:26pm May 5, 2014):

this is where it should be all of the above but if I were a writer and someone asked me what I was working on I would tell them well you wouldn't believe me if I told you but I am working on more than 1 book and right now I'm thinking of life and how it works into my writing.You're so funny Jade as some of the things you talked about were so honest and I love that. Conferences would be the best for me as I could talk to others that do the same as me and then have a glass of wine or two and three later with the same ones most of them are so nice .

Re: A Plain Man (1:54pm April 19, 2014):

Mary- I think that she will be able to break thru to his heart as he also needs a woman in his life and as a plain man he will see that. Happy Easter to you and your family.

Re: Paige Turned (1:50pm April 19, 2014):

My life I always imagined when I was little would be a happy ever after Cinderella life. That quickly changed at the age of 5 when I was taken to the police station and my dad told them to put me somewhere as my mom had not come home and she frequently left me all night as my dad was a bartender and they were 30 years apart. Well from there it was 2 strict terrible foster homes and horrible.Life was good till my husband passed and I had two children. Well then met a wonderful man in Iowa and moved from ca to ia and it has been a struggle as I have a nerve disease that I have battled for25 years but life I know could be a lot worse so we are happy. I get up every morning happy and then deal with pain 24 hrs but have 2 Chihuahuas that help me thru the day and at night my husband and I relax he watches tv and I read so I am a happy camper.

Re: Dyed and Gone (4:33pm March 30, 2014):

Wow what alot of funny ways to use the bobby pin and I love the yarn one as I am always doing something with yarn. As a teacher years ago I used to keep new pins in my desk and when one's bangs were too long or she complained of a headache I would then suggest that if her hair was out of her eyes she might feel better. So many times girls would go in my drawer and grab one and they were always real excited to take one home . Needless to say I was always buying bobby pins but I am going to tell others the uses I have now read about plus try some. I bet the girl who cuts my hair dowsn't even know .

Re: More Than A Touch (3:07pm January 17, 2014):

I think what first draws me besides having it in my hands and just looking at the book and its cover. The cover can say alot about the book then if the characters are in there and not alot to confuse me but enough to make a great story sometimes even a setting can get me actually before all the characters are introduced such as half moon bay or san fran places i used to live or even a rural ranch living which we have now that can also get me at the go but when i finish the book i determine if the cover and the story matched sometimes they are way off. But i do have books in my office that are my fav's or if an author i read alot puts alot of grunt work in her book and its a 5 not a 3 then i save those no so much to reread but to remember what a great cover and story they told and how i felt after. Alexis love your covers they are awesome just like your writing i am a fan yet to review one but will start to do as i do some others that i read as i realize how much that means to an author the numbers count not only in baseball and football lol

Re: Bulletproof (1:02pm November 13, 2013):

I like that even though they have done something for us and put themselves on the line they are the last ones wanting anyhting such as a medal or even the older vets visiting wa now they are so shy and have so many memories and we should of welcomed them home with alot more love. My next door neighbor had noone waiting for him he got a cab walked down his long driveway and when he told me i flipped his wife was inside doing things she shouldnt and i just think that is so wrong. Here they are going thru so much not knowing if this is their day and they are treated with no respect sad .My husband was in the guards for 8 years but he signed up for the military property tax deduct and they told him he had to be active for 1 day .

Re: Murder At Hatfield House (7:23am October 21, 2013):

Wow had this on my calender not to forget then almost did as got flu and cold but I love the historical periods the long dresses and all of the dressing up for dinner when children most of them treated parents with respect. Clark Gable I would of loved to meet and then of course mentioning him then a strong women against him is great stuff to see or read.

Re: Rosemary Opens Her Heart (12:57pm January 25, 2013):

I just love your books as you know and truly get so lost in them it is wonderful I can't wait till this one comes out as it sounds so good.

Re: I Own The Dawn (11:44am August 2, 2012):

That is so neat that you have the loved one to read your script once you think you have it finished I love to read being disabled reading is important in my life and my husband is a non-reader which i don't understand how one can be although from teaching school there were alot of non-readers that i tried to get into them and turn that around hopefully as they got older I hope they are reading someones manuscipt.

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