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Cowboys who thrill outside the arena as much as in.


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Spy school for young ladies in Jane Austen’s world.


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He’d give his life for her, but his heart was never part of the bargain


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Can happily ever after exist somewhere between virtue and valor?


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With his K-9 partner at his side, can he survive false accusations and a bomber?


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Two people inexplicably drawn to each other even though they have almost nothing in common.


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29 comments posted.

Re: Chain Reaction (10:06pm February 28, 2017):

I appreciate how you have broken down your handling of the
subject matter. The care you've taken speaks volumes.

Re: Jordan Reclaimed (9:44pm February 28, 2017):

I'm a rom-com gal and absolutely love Penny Reid's Knitting
in the City Series and it's spin-off, The Winston Bros.
Series.

Re: Gone Too Deep (12:29pm August 5, 2016):

I love when the Hero has saved himself for his true love.

Re: May the Best Man Win (12:25pm August 5, 2016):

This sounds so fun. It' already on my Amazon wish list.

Re: Trouble Walks In (12:22pm August 5, 2016):

No paranormal for me, but I want to be reading these books
before summer is out: This is Where it Ends by Colleen
Hoover, Grin and Beard it by Penny Reid, Midnight Soul by
Kristen Ashley, Unbreak My Heart by Nicole Jacquelyn, and
Swear on This Life by Renee Carlino.

Re: His Prairie Sweetheart (2:14am July 31, 2016):

I think cowboys are my favorite romance hero and Clint
Eastwood would be a top choice. :)

Re: Almost Like Being in Love (9:18pm June 30, 2016):

Since I love to be in the fresh outdoors, the mountains
are the perfect place for me. Some of my best dates have
been hiking the Cascades. The nice thing about where I
live is the views from where we hike - the Puget Sound
and San Juan Islands. You get the warmth of the sun, yet
shade is always near.

Re: A Twist of Faith (3:42am May 22, 2016):

I dream about my kids' future. I have invested time, as
many parents have, home-schooling, sharing our faith, and
instilling our values hoping that seeds are planted for a
purposeful future.

Re: Mister O (4:22am May 15, 2016):

Romantic comedies are my favorite romance sub-genre. I
absolutely love Penny Reid's books. I also enjoy Jennifer
Crusie, Mariana Zapata, Alice Clayton, R.S. Grey, A.
Wilding Wells, Eliza Gordon, and Elle Casey.

Re: Romancing the Ranger (6:04pm March 21, 2016):

I love music, but I don't necessarily need it to be
productive. Recently, I started listening to audiobooks
where I had avoided them before. It's nice to be able to
"read" and be productive at the same time, but I still
prefer reading a book myself. In the end, it's caffeine
first that gets me going and secondly, seeing progress.

Re: His to Keep (6:06am March 6, 2016):

I am a Vegas virgin. I haven't even gambled before. It's
why I read books. :)

Re: One Texas Cowboy Too Many (5:59am March 6, 2016):

I am just finishing a book in the Spikes and Spurs series
on audio. I'll be taking a break from that series to read
this one, for sure. Too darn funny!

Re: A Father's Second Chance (5:50am March 6, 2016):

I read Christian/Inspirational romances regularly, but just
read my first Love Inspired Historical about a month ago
and loved it. I haven't read a LI contemporary, yet, but
look forward to it.

Re: Island Hope (5:47am March 6, 2016):

Generosity and selflessness are two of the biggest traits I
like to see in a hero.

Re: An Amish Market (9:51pm February 28, 2016):

For me true love is sacrifice and service. Of course,
there are many more to add to that, but my love language is
acts of service and it speaks volumes.

Re: An Amish Market (9:47pm February 28, 2016):

I live in along the coast of Washington State and we do not
have an Amish population that I know of. I have heard that
there is a Mennonite community in Eastern WA. So I am
unfamiliar with any Amish markets, but I sure would love to
go to one.

Re: Thirty Nights (9:44pm February 28, 2016):

One of my favorite bloggers declared 30 Nights as one of
her favorite books from 2015. I wish I could say that I
have already read it, but soon, very soon! I love
romance, but I'm always interested in an authors take on
PTSD since my husband and our family have dealt with it
for nearly 20 years.

Re: An Amish Market (2:32am February 24, 2016):

I'm so glad I am a read and not a writer. I don't think I
have the brain space to remember all that needs to go into
a mystery. I'm glad Vannetta Chapman is good at writing
them.

Re: The End of the World (2:26am February 24, 2016):

In the small mining town where my grandmas lived when I
was a child, there was a three story brick schoolhouse
with ivy growing and weaving itself along every surface.
It was once a beautiful school, but had been unused for
years and, therefore, became kind of creepy. When I
read, I will often and when appropriate picture this
school. It was eventually remodeled on the inside and
restored as an elementary school. So this building has
the potential to be many things in my imagination.

Re: A Father's Second Chance (10:24pm February 10, 2016):

Many of my passions revolve around being active and
healthy. I went to college to further expand those
passions and got a degree in exercise physiology. I spend
many years as a fitness director, but now I'm a stay-at-
home mom who works at helping keep her family healthy.

Re: Thin Ice (10:20pm February 10, 2016):

I love to get outside, especially exercising. My husband
is a great sport. He's usually game for anything as long
as we get to spend time together.

Re: Hannah's Choice (10:17pm February 10, 2016):

It's inspiring how your writing career started after you
had homeschooled and raised your children. Great job, Jan.

Re: Into the Fury (10:13pm February 10, 2016):

My favorite classic movie is The Sting with Robert Redford
and Paul Newman. Because of the twist, the first time
watching it was the best.

Re: To the Stars (10:09pm February 10, 2016):

I enjoy your books whether they are adult contemporary or
young adult. This one sounds like a perfect mixture.

Re: How To Wrangle A Cowboy (10:06pm February 10, 2016):

My husband and I lived in the same town and went to the
same gym in Washington State, but we met in Whistler, BC
over Superbowl Weekend of 1994. Although we lived near
each other, We had to leave the country in order to
actually meet.

Re: Linny?s Sweet Dream List (6:03pm January 26, 2016):

My HEA would have to be a fierce and loyal love that
cherishes and strives to protect.

Re: Montana Wild (5:59pm January 26, 2016):

I would always follow my husband. He makes wise choices
and I've already followed him in marriage and that was the
smartest move I've ever made. :)

Re: Unwanted Girl (5:53pm January 26, 2016):

I can't wait to read your new book. I've had it on my
Amazon wish list since it first went up for pre-buy.

Re: Remaking Ryan (5:52pm January 26, 2016):

The worst part of a road trip is when the kids start
arguing over petty irritations. The best is when my
husband drives and I can close my eyes and listen to my
audiobook. :)

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