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Summer Days, Summer Nights


Hot, sizzling reads for July

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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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Rogues & Remarkable Women


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78 comments posted.

Re: A Room With a Brew (5:52pm October 12, 2017):

I like standalones and series.

Re: Shining Through (12:04pm October 9, 2017):

I love to watch figure skating on television and these
stories sound great and really fun. Thanks for the chance.

Re: One Summer Night (11:52pm October 8, 2017):

I love to watch television too and most of the shows and
movies on your list are some of my favorites also. Dirty
Dancing is still one of my all-time favorite movies.
Thanks for the chance!

Re: Dreaming of a White Wolf Christmas (11:43pm October 8, 2017):

What a really fun excerpt! Sounds like the start to a
really great new series! Thanks for the chance!

Re: Whispers of Warning (10:08pm September 18, 2017):

BEFORE I SAY GOOD-BYE by Mary Higgins Clark.

Re: Summoner (10:05pm September 18, 2017):

Klaus from The Originals.

Re: Her Dark Half (10:02pm September 18, 2017):

These books sound great! Shifters and strong women!

Re: The Last Outlaw (9:55pm September 18, 2017):

One of my favorite romance novel couples is Minerva Dobbs
and Calvin Morrisey from BET ME by Jennifer Crusie.

Re: An Anchor on Her Heart (9:23pm September 1, 2017):

What an inspirational story. Thanks for the chance to win
a copy.

Re: Elliott Redeemed (8:54pm August 30, 2017):

One of my favorite rock groups is Linkin Park.

Re: Wrong Side of the Paw (7:51am August 29, 2017):

I've seen children riding in the back of a pickup truck.

Re: Muffin to Fear (7:41am August 29, 2017):

Butter Rum muffins are my favorite.

Re: An Anchor on Her Heart (7:39am August 29, 2017):

Sounds like a wonderful story. Thanks for the chance.

Re: The Day the Angels Fell (7:36am August 29, 2017):

Sounds like a great story! Thanks for the chance!

Re: Dressed to Confess (6:42pm August 22, 2017):

Sounds good. Love the costume storyline. Thanks for the
chance.

Re: Crowned and Dangerous (6:36pm August 22, 2017):

Sounds great. I love the royal twist. Thanks for the
chance.

Re: Addressed to Kill (6:34pm August 22, 2017):

Sounds really like a really good story. I love cozy
mysteries. Thanks for the chance.

Re: A Tangled Yarn (6:29pm August 22, 2017):

This sounds like a really fun cozy murder mystery. I love
the yarn retreat storyline and the cover is great.

Re: Freedom's Ring (10:17pm August 14, 2017):

I don't usually read time-slip novels. But I do love all
types of romance novels. This story sounds amazing,
definitely not like anything I've ever read. Thanks for
the chance.

Re: SEAL Wolf Undercover (10:46am August 12, 2017):

I love shifters! Thanks for the chance!

Re: Chime and Punishment (8:47pm August 8, 2017):

I love mysteries and this one sounds good. I would love to
read this!

Re: On Her Majesty's Frightfully Secret Service (8:41pm August 8, 2017):

This story sounds like a lot of fun! I would love to read
this!

Re: The Lost Vampire (5:47pm August 4, 2017):

I loved the movie INTERVIEW WITH A VAMPIRE. I first read
Anne Rice when I was in high school. Besides INTERVIEW
WITH A VAMPIRE, what's you favorite Anne Rice book or any
other vampire book not your own?

Re: The Sweetest Burn (8:32pm August 1, 2017):

Being able to read minds

Re: Her Outback Cowboy (10:54pm July 14, 2017):

The Great Barrier Reef

Re: Just The Thing (10:46pm July 14, 2017):

How good would the story be if everything was perfect?
There's got to be angst or some obstacle to overcome to
make the story interesting.

Re: A New Leash on Love (10:38pm July 14, 2017):

No, I haven't rescued any animals, but hope to be able to
someday.

Re: Scandalous Ever After (10:32pm July 14, 2017):

I love Twilight, the books and the movies.

Re: Brazilian Capture (1:25pm May 24, 2017):

Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

Re: Killer Characters (5:10am May 22, 2017):

I love your book covers! They are so beautiful and
interesting! Thanks for the chance!

Re: Firstborn (10:52am May 14, 2017):

Aliens, angels, fairies, dragons, cat memes, and minions
memes.

Re: Sweet Southern Trouble (10:46am May 14, 2017):

I love how the bad boy is fearless. He's not afraid to do
anything to impress the woman that he wants. He's also
strong and sexy.

Re: Murder for Emily's Sake (10:42am May 14, 2017):

I treasure my health and my family more than anything.

Re: Saving Mercy (12:42pm April 12, 2017):

Yes, I have sent an author fan mail. When I first started
reading romance novels, I used to send authors letters
saying how much I liked their books and asking about the
next book in the series. That was when people still wrote
paper letters. I miss those days.

Re: Wanted and Wired (12:35pm April 12, 2017):

Love the excerpt. This sounds very different from most
romance novels that I read. Thanks for the chance.

Re: Doctor?s Dilemma (8:58pm March 26, 2017):

I would to read your book. Thanks for the chance.

Re: Girl in Disguise (7:50pm March 8, 2017):

Barack Obama, The First African-American President.

Re: For Deader or Worse (7:42pm March 8, 2017):

I love to see what happens after the wedding. I love to
know what happens to the characters.

Re: Stealing Mr. Right (7:35pm March 8, 2017):

Set It Off

Re: Talk Cowboy to Me (7:30pm March 8, 2017):

Scott Eastwood

Re: Chain Reaction (3:33am March 3, 2017):

I totally agree. I think it's important for authors to
write about difficult topics. I love that you've wriiten a
strong heroine and a sensitive hero.

Re: War and Peach (2:00am February 28, 2017):

I love Perry Mason and Alfred Hitchcock shows.

Re: Bookman Dead Style (6:59pm February 26, 2017):

I took a keyboarding class in the tenth grade that I loved.
I loved learning how to type.

Re: When Water Was Everywhere (3:00pm February 22, 2017):

Tha Bluest Eye by Toni Morrison.

Re: Sleigh Bells Ring (5:04pm December 16, 2016):

I love Christmas stories. Thank you for this giveaway.

Re: Can't Stop Loving You (7:16pm December 12, 2016):

I love those sappy movies too, especially the Christmas
romances. This story sounds so great!

Re: Picture Perfect Wedding (5:38pm November 15, 2016):

This book sounds awesome. Enduring love and second
chances. I would love to read this.

Re: How To Impress a Marquess (5:33pm November 15, 2016):

Love the excerpt. Would love to read this book to see what
happens next.

Re: Torrents of Destruction (9:09am October 25, 2016):

Soneone who is strong, fun, knows how to enjoy life, and
can take care of herself.

Re: Race the Darkness (5:20am October 13, 2016):

My worst nightmare is to lose those that I care about.

Re: Putting on the Witch (5:17am October 13, 2016):

I love dressing up and eating candy.

Re: Every Bride Needs a Groom (10:14am October 8, 2016):

I know that when something bad has happened or when I am
feeling sad, when I watch a comedy show or movie that makes
me laugh it makes me feel so much better. Laughter takes
my mind off of my troubles at least for a little while.

Re: Silent Night Shadows (10:05am October 8, 2016):

I am more of a play it safe person.

Re: A Very Jaguar Christmas (10:01am October 8, 2016):

Thank you for the chance. I do everything last minute. I
decorate the tree and wrap presents on Christmas Eve.

Re: Hold Your Breath (3:08am October 6, 2016):

I'd ask an author what type of research do they do for
their books. Have they visited the locations that they
write about?

Re: Love's Sweet Revenge (8:32am September 19, 2016):

I think Rosanne's celebrations sound really exciting and
fun. I especially like that she's going to raise money for
literacy programs. I also like the idea about the
conversation between Jake and Miranda and how they've kept
their relationship over 30 years; this sounds different
and interesting. And I think running the ad in the movies
and the book covers on the cabs are very smart ideas.

Re: A Love Made New (8:20am September 19, 2016):

In bed. If I have a report to do, it's my favorite place
to read and write.

Re: Roadside Assistance (2:14am September 8, 2016):

This book sounds like so much fun. I love that the
heroine's family likes to cook and eat. And the characters
sound great. Thank you for the giveaway.

Re: The Rebel Heir (2:06am September 8, 2016):

When I have something to celebrate, I like to have a glass
of sparkling apple cider and something special to eat like
shrimp with cocktail sauce or chinese food. I like to keep
it low key.

Re: Her Rogue Alpha (1:59am September 8, 2016):

I would not take an experimental serum. I'm not that
brave.

Re: A Cowboy Christmas Miracle (11:26pm September 6, 2016):

I like to read holiday books during the holiday at
Christmastime.

Re: My Wild Irish Dragon (5:57am September 2, 2016):

Would love to read this! I've never read a book about a
dragon shifter and a phoenix shifter. Sounds great!

Re: The Earl's Return (3:33am August 24, 2016):

The highlight of my summer was getting to see Riverdance.

Re: Heart of Steel (8:08am July 21, 2016):

Batman and Robin from the old tv show with Adam West. This
was the first tv duo that I remember loving. I loved
seeing them work together to get out of a jam.

Re: Fire Danger (7:54am July 21, 2016):

I would love to read more about gorgons, Medusa and her
sisters, and the curse against them. That would be a great
book.

Re: In The Line Of Fire (1:01am July 20, 2016):

I would love to visit Hawaii.

Re: Live and Let Psi (12:57pm July 20, 2016):

Spiderman

Re: Portrait of a Conspiracy (6:01pm July 14, 2016):

From these pictures, Florence looks beautiful, the
buildings, the art. I just think it was a shame that the
women had to keep their talents hidden. This book sounds
like it would be a very interesting read.

Re: The Courtship Basket (12:44pm July 6, 2016):

Yes, I think we're a match. This story sounds like
something I'd really want to read. It's sweet and
romantic. Thank you for the chance.

Re: Title Wave (8:31am June 24, 2016):

I loved this interview, so informative and fun. I would
love to read some of Lorraine's books.

Re: Ring of Fire (5:41pm June 21, 2016):

This sounds like a really good story that I would love to
read.

Re: Murder at Lambswool Farm (1:19pm May 12, 2016):

I am terrified of RATS!

Re: Seducing the Fireman (1:11pm May 12, 2016):

I love firefighters because they go into fires; they risk
their lives to save others.

Re: True Born (10:57am May 7, 2016):

A werewolf. I love Joe Maganiello.

Re: Best Friends with Benefits (6:47am March 23, 2016):

I haven't gone to a high school reunion. This book sounds
totally hot and I would love to read it. Thank you for the
synopsis and giveaway.

Re: Romancing the Ranger (2:08pm March 18, 2016):

Having the television on while I am trying to work affects
my productivity. It distracts me. I keep looking at the
tv instead of doing my work.

Re: Shadowed By Grace (10:45am March 14, 2016):

I prefer paper. I love a book that I can hold in my hand.

Re: How Willa Got Her Groove Back (10:38am March 14, 2016):

I don't watch any web series.

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