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Rumors aren't the only thing that will stir when Abigail returns to Boone County, Texas.

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From Loss to Love: A Pilot and an Artist's Colliding Worlds

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Caffeine and Commitments: Stirring Up Love in San Francisco

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"Her biggest fan �has a fatal obsession."

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Bloodlines and Boardrooms: A Paranormal Romance of Power and Passion

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A new, action-packed adventure that blends science-fiction technology and magical fantasy elements with a touch of historical romance.

Mitzi Hinkey

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93 comments posted.

Re: Desire Me (2:45am June 9, 2010):

Some of my fondest memories during my pre-teen and teen years were doing scavenger hunts at parties. I actually won a baby duck chick and when I brought it home...my mom said...What we to do with this???? I followed my around for a couple weeks (like I was it's mommy, until I found a family with a acreage/pond that I could give it to. Those were fun fun times!!!

Re: Night Myst (3:10pm June 6, 2010):

If I love an author and she/he decides to write a story in a different genre…I will read it. Sometimes I like the different writing and sometimes I’m not crazy about….but mostly, if the author is good she/he will write great stories in whatever genre they choose.

Re: I Love This Bar (2:04pm June 4, 2010):

I think I could handle a big guy like that slipping in my beer....Hehehe. Sounds like a great story. I love cowboys!!!

Re: Ancient Whispers (7:21pm May 31, 2010):

I entered the job market after spending 20 years raising my kids and working for my husband.

The hardest part was having to get up in front of a crowd and speak....I felt absolutely paralized.

Today (after 10 years) I'm still not confortable with public speaking but I know if I want to be successful...I simply have to.

Congrats on your win. I would love to win a copy of your novel. Best Wishes!!!

Re: Dead in the Family (1:22pm May 29, 2010):

I just bought the first 3 books in Kresley Cole's Immortal Series and looking forward to some warm weather reading.....finally!!!

Re: His At Night (7:50pm May 25, 2010):

Maybe it's a shame....but I feel I've learned more from historical romance novels than I ever did in my history classes in school. Oh....but what a fun way to learn. Congrats on your new release and I can't wait to read it!!!

Re: Web Of Lies (1:25am May 18, 2010):

I love historicals but lately I've been reading more PNR and would love to try urban fantasy and your new book. I'm always on the lookout for great reads!!!

Re: Sex Drive (9:13pm May 10, 2010):

Congrats Susan on your Cosmo article and your new series!!! I want to join your mile high club….please count me in!!! I’m drawn into a book when I feel a connection with the H/h. I have to (feel the love) so to speak….is that to cliché? If I don’t feel their attraction/lust/passion/love, etc. then the story won’t go on my keeper shelf.

I rarely read mags…mostly only while waiting for an appt such as the dentist office. And I don’t read too many novella’s either. I usually pick them up when I’m looking forward to a short story (already part of an ongoing series) or the anthology comes highly recommended. Although they have been great in helping me find new erotic authors….if I like their short story…then I’m on the web looking to see what else they’ve written. (Thank goodness for the web!!!) But truly, most shorter stories just seem to lack the depth that I need to get involved in the romance.

Soooo, I’m mostly a novel reader and I love a wide variety of genres. Yours are some of my favorite contemps!!!! Wishing you continued success and Mile High Club…Here I Come!!!!

Re: Think Twice (6:51pm May 2, 2010):

I read Naked Edge by Pamela Clare (awesome), Passion by Lisa Valdez, Nine Rules to Break When Romancing A Rake, Wild Heart, Tempt Me If You Can, How To Seduce A Texan, Lion's Heat and The Marriage Ring. It Was A Great Month!!!

Re: A Thread So Thin (6:03pm April 26, 2010):

I try hard to think things thrugh before making a decision. I know I don't always make the right one...and hind sight being 20/20...I think I would love to go back and change my choice....but then again, maybe not.

Re: The Teaberry Strangler (3:56pm April 25, 2010):

I only purchase new authors if the recommendations from other readers...whom I know share my preferences....are great.

In fact, I just bought a new author based on recommendations...Nine Rules To Break When Romancing A Rake by Sarah MacLean.

If I like it, I'll make a note in my library review...Great New Author...Get Next Book.

If I find that book so so, I probably would not buy another by that author.

Re: Rule's Bride (4:25pm April 23, 2010):

Oh, I love a great trilogy and this one sounds awesome. Count me in.

Re: Beautiful People (11:32pm April 21, 2010):

I love the (dialogue) portions of novels whether it be funny or serious.

Great dialogue is the key....IMO....to making the reader feel as though they are a witness to the conversation...and ensconces them in the story.

Re: Silent Truth (3:50pm April 19, 2010):

My passion is reading. For years, I was to busy and could not find the time....and when I did, I felt guilty for taking the time away from work, family, friends....Now, I make the time to read and I'm loving it!!!

Re: Big Bad Wolf (6:04pm April 10, 2010):

If I read a book by new author and love it, I'm one of those that goes in search of the backlist or series info. I feel in love with Lora Leigh's Breed Series, some of those books were published out of order...or came out only as ebooks long before they were put out in print copy...and she changed publishers too and that messed with the series order.

But I don't think I've ever bought a book that was (reworked) and altered or enlarged from the original?

Are reworked books better than the originals? I'd like to know the answer to that too.

Re: An Earl to Enchant (4:19am April 1, 2010):

The one that comes to mind first and foremost is "I was born"....By Charles Dickens.

I remember the discussions in my english class...a great intro vs a bad intro...Was it a correct way to start a story or the wrong way?

What is right is what works, IMO....and it did. And thank heavens for those authors that venture out on a limb and take a chance on a new beginning!!!

Re: Flirting With Forever (12:07pm March 31, 2010):

I just added your new novel to my wishlist. Sounds wonderful!!!!

Re: Almost Home (2:41pm March 24, 2010):

As a reader, I prefer the trade size paperback. They are easier on my arhritic hands and the print is easier on the eyes....Gads I'm getting old....But I do love to collect some of my all time favorites in hardcover for my bookshelf.

Re: On The Steamy Side (11:19pm March 23, 2010):

I've read 2 books recently with children...and I enjoyed both of them.

To Beguile A Beast
Audrey and the Maverick

I like children in the books...as long as the romance between the H/h remain the focus.

Re: Big Girl (11:38pm March 21, 2010):

For me...there is pretty big difference between (adult) romance and (romance).

The first adult romance novel (on the erotic end of the spectrum) that I read and thoroughly enjoyed was an older novel titled The Lady's Tutor by Robin Schone. I absoultely loved that book and went searching for more "indepth" hot (novels)...and have found some great ones...but wish there were more.

Re: Something About You (3:51am March 20, 2010):

I love a good romance/suspense novel but it seems that many of them are either heavy on the suspense/light on the romance or heavy on the romance/light on the suspense.

Your book sounds like it has a wonderful balance of both...and a book I'd love to have the chance to win. Count me in please!!!

Re: The Highlander's Sword (4:18pm March 18, 2010):

What a terrific sounding novel!!! I absolutely love books of the Highlands and their early culture...Great cover too!!! Count me in....And Happy St.Paddy's Day!!!

Re: The Stolen Crown (11:41pm March 16, 2010):

Historical Fiction is one of my favs!!! I love to learn about history while reading my romance novels...It's Fun!!!

Re: The You I Never Knew (2:31pm March 14, 2010):

My preference is a great novel with wit over a tear jerker. I want to feel good while reading the story and if I cry I have to stop and come back to the story later (when the tears are gone). A little sadness is OK, but I love a happy ending and want to finish the book with a smile on my face.

Re: The Scarlet Lion (9:42pm March 11, 2010):

It wouldn't do any good to play music while I'm reading...I tune everything and everybody out. It almost takes someone yelling at me to get my attention...and a great irriation to my family. Hehehe. But I do think a sound track for a book is a great idea...just like soundtracks for movies.

Re: Truly, Madly (3:31pm March 3, 2010):

I knew the first time I saw my hubby too...and I was only 16. I saw him from across the room at a party and wanted to meet him but was to shy. My girlfriend was dating his best friend and arranged a blind date and we've been together ever since....that was in 1971. So yes, I do believe in love at first sight!!!

Re: Lake Magic (3:28pm March 3, 2010):

I read the english lit requirements such as Jane Eyre and Pride and Prejudice and loved them....but I think my renewed interest in reading(after nearly 30 years of not taking the time to read for fun) occurred when my aunt came to visit for the week and brought this wonderful book with her titled Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. We spent the whole week laying by the pool reading the entire series...It was so much fun.

And I Haven't quit reading for fun since then and now I read about 3-5 romance novels a week!!!

Re: The Mane Squeeze (10:59am February 28, 2010):

For work, I keep up with legal contact info for Real Estate...not fun, but necessary.

For fun, I read romance novels. I just discovered Shelly Laurenston's and am enjoying her books immensely!!!

Re: Cowboy Trouble (9:37pm February 26, 2010):

I love cowboy stories. I don't care if they are rich or not....but I do like my Hero to be a great lover!!!

Congrats on your new release!!!

Re: The Edge of Winter (9:25pm February 21, 2010):

I just bought One Reckless Summer by Toni Blake but haven't read it yet....although I just know I'm going to love it!!!

Re: The Betrayal Of The Blood Lily (6:27pm February 20, 2010):

I have a cozy fireplace in my master bedroom with a soft comfy rocker. It's the perfect place to escape to when the weather is cold and I need to get away from all the noise in the house...and read a few chapters.

Re: Chick with a Charm (6:22pm February 20, 2010):

I'm a cat and dog lover. My dog treats my cat like she is her baby. I love to watch them play.

Re: Accidentally Demonic (7:19pm February 16, 2010):

Your series sounds like a fun read. I'll have to check it out at the book store on my next trip. I think the cover is really cute.

Re: Ordinary World (11:49am February 15, 2010):

Twins have always fascinated me. Growing up, I had best friends that were twin girls. They definitely had a special connection.

Re: Promise Me Tonight (9:32pm February 12, 2010):

This book looks yummy and I'd love a chance to win it!!!

Re: Island Of The Swans (11:22pm February 8, 2010):

Great advice from a very talented author!!!

Re: Catch Of A Lifetime (5:41pm February 2, 2010):

I love the sound of your books. Very creative and fun.

Re: Hold On Tight (10:58pm January 28, 2010):

I love it when a novel challenges my vocabulary...after all that is how we learn and expand our horizons. I one of those that looks it up and love doing it!!! Congrats on your new release!!!

Re: Getting Lucky (10:17pm January 18, 2010):

Coming in late from the left coast...I love a series. I would love to read yours...Cowboys are my favorites!!!

Re: The Keepers Of Sulbreth (1:27pm January 15, 2010):

I've bought books because of the titles or the covers. When my daughter was pregnant, she had me make of list of names I liked. She picked the name Macey from that list.

My only complaint about names are mostly the unusual hard to figure out how to pronounce names in PN novels. I always end up cutting the names down to something I can read more quickly and remember easier.

Re: Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy (11:09pm January 11, 2010):

I love P&P and have read a few continuations of their story. Can't wait to read yours too.

Re: My Dearest Mr. Darcy (4:29am January 8, 2010):

One of my favs was the movie with Hugh Grant...I think it was called Nine Months???

I remember having my 2 babies like it was yesterday...and it has been over 33 years (as of 2 days ago).

My hubby also sais that he thought I was beautiful while big and round with his child...and that made dealing with the uncomfortable situation easier.

Re: Come Hell Or High Water (11:12pm January 6, 2010):

I transposed numbers on a construction contract and half way thru the job realized my mistake...Thankfully it was in my hubby's favor and he bought us tickets to Hawaii with the extra profit. Looking forward to the new release...Congrats!!!

Re: Dangerous Highlander (11:01pm January 4, 2010):

I also think the author should have more say over the cover, etc. It's very personal (I would think) and should at least be discussed by all parties before a decision is reached.

Re: Paraworld Zero (12:25pm December 22, 2009):

I nearly lost my home to fire about 10 years ago and even though it didn't burn down, the smoke damage had us living with family for 3 months until all was replaced. I hope you get your home back soon and wish you the best of luck with your writing. Looking forward to reading your novel.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!

Re: Mennonite Community Cookbook (11:43am December 20, 2009):

I always fix a big pot of black eyed pea soup for New Years Day. It is supposed to bring good luck thru the new year...I think it is an old Southern Tradition, but not sure. It's just something my grandma and mom always did.

Re: The Beautiful Being (11:21pm December 17, 2009):

My hat goes off to all of you authors that finish your novels!!! Keep up the great works and Merry Christmas to you all!!!

Re: The Killing Hands (3:56am December 12, 2009):

I think sometimes the most difficult tasks are the most rewarding. Good Luck and I know it will be great!!!

Re: Remembering Ashby (3:53am December 12, 2009):

My daughter would love this book. Please enter me!! Happy Holidays to all!!!!

Re: Sins of the Flesh (1:43am December 8, 2009):

I'm a planner and even though I map out what needs to be done and leave myself a detailed to-do list, I still can't get it done....But I've learned over the years to say "Oh Well"....and let it go. What gets done gets done...What does not, will be there tomorrow.

My Great Granny told me years ago that the secret to living a long life is "No Worry" (in her swedish tongue)....she lived to be 99.8, drank her 1 (or) 2 beers daily while eating her (stinky) Limburger Cheese...and enjoyed a few puffs from her corncob pipe each day. No Worries and Do Nothing in Excess was the way she lived her life and I think that if more of us try to take life a little less serious...we too might live to a ripe old age???

Happy Holidays to All and Enjoy!!!

Re: The Splendor Falls (1:52am December 3, 2009):

I would love to gift this book to my daughter. Now, if I could only gift her the time to read it??? She's so busy with her new baby and job.

Re: Sex Drive (2:24pm December 2, 2009):

I love to read series books, but I don't like waiting years for the next one. I try to wait till all the books are available before I read them. I've read 3 of the Champagne Rules Series and have the 4th on my TBR stack. Looking forward to your new series!!! You write some hot sexy scenes....Love them!!

Re: Scorched (7:57pm December 1, 2009):

Oh boy, can't wait to get my hands on this book. Mac attack!!! Yeah!!!

Re: Snow Angels (11:59pm November 30, 2009):

I just finished reading Captive of Sin by Anna Campbell, An Echo In The Bone by Diana Gabaldon and am just getting ready to start To Desire A Devil by Elizabeth Hoyt.....and there were a few older book I've read this last month as well.

I don't reread for Christmas, except reading the traditional Christmas stories to the grandkids.

I have to many books on my TBR pile to list....but because I just started a new business/job, I'm afraid I won't have the time to read as many books per week as I am used to/or want to....which is a real bummer!!!

Happy Holidays to Everyone and let us all pray for a better economic new year!!!

Re: A Genie in the House of Saud: Zubis Rises (11:47pm November 30, 2009):

I select my daughter, should I be so lucky to win. She is the best friend/person I know and could really use an uplift to this Holiday Season.

Re: Over My Dead Body (4:38pm November 28, 2009):

My daughter is my choice for nominee. She has suffered great hardships this year and a gift for her to use for her family for Christmas would be absolutely wonderful.

Re: Take Me For A Ride (2:06am November 25, 2009):

The worst experience that happened to me at Thanksgiving was years ago. While helping my sister-in-law make Divinity (candy), she got her hair long (thick/red) hair caught in the electric mixer and it was a h*ll of a mess.....had to spend a good hour getting most of it untangled and ended up cutting some of it off. What a disaster!!!

Re: Captive of Sin (1:49am November 25, 2009):

Hi Anna, I'm currentyly reading this book and just got to the part where they are........(don't want to spoil it for everyone). Lol. It's a wonderful story and I'd love to be entered to win a signed copy to cherish.

Re: Dark Legacy (5:00pm November 18, 2009):

I find the dream theory concept very cool!! Can't wait to read them.

Re: Over My Dead Body (5:49pm November 16, 2009):

My grandma taught me how to bake too. I miss her, but her cinnamon rolls live on...I make them every year...They are soooo good!!!

I love this time of year!! We have a huge family and this year I'm hosting the Thanksgiving dinner for the 1st time. Just hope I don't burn the turkey..Hehehe.

Re: Dead Pan (2:36am November 15, 2009):

I love to eat and I love to read. Your book is right my alley. I also signed up for your newsletter. Congrats!!!

Re: Willoughby's Return (8:57pm November 12, 2009):

I love to ride, so my choice would be the riding outfit...but I don't think I would like riding side saddle.

Re: Wild Blue Under (1:49pm November 9, 2009):

I've not read a book with Mers but sounds like great fun. I love the water!!! Congrats on your new release.

Re: Rainwater (6:12pm November 7, 2009):

I don't pay to much attention to book trailers. I prefer a good excerpt from the story.

Re: The Wrong Side of Dead (3:09am November 4, 2009):

And if you believe that....then I'm the tooth fairy!!!

I wonder how many diapers he goes thru each day??? I hope she doesn't have to change them!!!


Re: Captive Desires (9:50pm November 2, 2009):

Cooking and Baking are my creative escapes....however, the older I get the more I cleaning up the mess so I don't cook/bake like I used to.

If I could make a wish into my mirror and wish for a character to come to life and carry me away....hmmmm, I think I would take Jamie from Outlander Series...or at least the older Jamie because he's closer to my age.

I haven't read your PR books yet.....but I love your historicals. I'd take the Irish Devil anyday!!!

Re: Remembering Ashby (7:40pm October 31, 2009):

"I do not forgive"

I love that. Great excerpt and can't wait to read the whole book!!!

Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (7:34pm October 31, 2009):

Your article makes me remember my mothers wonderful cooking....Gads, I sure miss her.

Great article.

Happy Halloween!!!

Re: Final Approach (11:09pm October 30, 2009):

Hahaha, I'm on bag number 3. Maybe I should take your advice and shop on Oct 31st only!!!! I buy only the good stuff, so there is no problem with leftovers....we eat them all!!!

Re: What The Duke Desires (12:37pm October 30, 2009):

Most of the books I read start and end with one relationship....But I've been reading the Outlander Series and those book are spanning most of their lives and involve lots of different family members. I love the carry-over from one book to the next...but I hate the wait in between and sometimes wish I hadn't started reading the (series) until they were all written.

I'm NOT getting any younger and I don't want to die before I read the end...Yet, I can NOT NOT read them!!! I love them!

I say, if you can connect the books with family members...Great...As long as there are not years between novels!!!

Can't wait to read this newest novel...I loved Lessons From A Courtesan!!!

Re: Mr. Darcy Vampyre (12:03pm October 30, 2009):

I like the idea of vampires and Regency together....Looks like a fun read!!! Count me in, please!!

Re: The Pelican Brief (9:34pm October 27, 2009):

I agree....but I'm an Outlander by Diana Gabaldon fan and I think Jamie must be played by a guy that fits his description in the book....and he has to speak with a Scottish accent or it will be all wrong!!!

Re: Silver Silence (9:32pm October 27, 2009):

Oh!!! I haven't had the opportunity to read your books yet, but saw you on the cover of last months romance magazine and added your books to my wishlist on Goodreads. Thank you for the chance to win some of your books!!!

Keeping fingers crossed, Mitzi

Re: Fool Moon (4:56pm October 25, 2009):

I love my audio books...but my Ipod just died so I'm back to using my old CD player on my nightstand....It's not so bad until you have to change a battery in the dark!!!

Re: Santa Honey (12:57pm October 24, 2009):

I didn't know of this problem with pirating ebooks on the internet.....and I hope that the publishing houses/authors will work hard (like the record industry) to stop it.

I do not think this new medium is going away...but will only grow in time. Lets hope that it will give more authors access to getting their works published and net them more that 60 cents a book!!!

I love to read and would love to own an ereader...but I refuse to pay the same price for an ebook as a print book!! At least with a print book I can sell it, or loan it out to a friend or donate it to the library or hospice....Can't do that with ebooks!!!

These are difficult economic times and lots of folks are suffering. I know of several builders that have gone out of business and lost everything they've worked for for 30 years, so I'm not surprised that the publishing community is also having to adjust.

I know I have adjusted my spending habits...and not because I read less or because I wanted to, but because I just don't have the money to buy as many new books as I used to. I use the discount coupons regularly and only buy what is on my list....and I rarely try a new author if they have not been recommended by a reading forum or a friend.

I know that is not good for the authors and I can only pray that writers that love to write will continue to do so and word of their excellent stories will spread via the internet, web sites, blogs and all the excellent forms of high tech communications we have today.

I wish you the best, Sandra. I love your books and hope you hang in there. Times are going to get better....I just know it!!!

Re: Loot the Moon (8:18pm October 19, 2009):

It's the peace of mind knowing that my job is done that is my motivation. I'm a slow starter, but once I get my head into a project, I won't stop until I'm done and satisfied with the outcome.

Re: A Marquis To Marry (3:19pm October 14, 2009):

Congrats on this wonderful series. This next book looks yummy!!! Can wait to read it.

Re: A Hollywood Ending (11:39pm October 10, 2009):

One newer author I've been reading is Pamela Clare. I think she just gets better and better. Linda Howard is another author I've enjoyed over the years.

Re: Demon Ex Machina (1:45am October 8, 2009):

I hate flying but I love chocolate!!! Congrats on the new book.

Re: Can't Stand the Heat (5:56pm October 7, 2009):

I would love to read a short story for the holiday. I say post it!!!!

Re: The Lute And The Liar (5:54pm October 7, 2009):

I love books. All kinds of books. I've never committed murder, but I love reading a good murder mystery and I hope the author hasn't committed murder just to "write what they know". I totally agree with you. A good imagination and the love of history (along with the ability to do research) always makes for a more interesting project.

Re: A Dark Love (2:33pm September 30, 2009):

I like the way you describe that inner feeling we get. It is kinda creepy and I think spiders are creepy so Spidey Sense is perfect. Congrats on the new release!!!

Re: Lucky Break (12:52pm September 29, 2009):

Sounds like a terrific book! Count me in!!!

Re: Bluegrass Christmas (7:57pm September 28, 2009):

Oh, I love a good christmas story. Finding your true love is the best gift of all.

Re: Shades of Twilight (1:52pm September 26, 2009):

I'm going to my first book signing in October. I've wanted to meet the author forever and now have the chance. I hope they don't mind if I bring ALL her books to the signing, because I sure plan to. And I plan to get there very early so I can get a good place in line!!!

Re: The Accidental Family (5:03pm September 23, 2009):

I never thought about the emotional state of pregnancy having an effect on writing, but it makes perfect sense.

My 20 month old (only) granddaughter & family just moved back home with me & my hubby. I'm having a great time loving her....but I can't get anything done. And boy, am I tired. I'd forgotten how much work babies are.

My hat goes off to you for getting any writing done!!!

But don't work to hard and take the time to enjoy your new bundle...they are only tiny for such a short time.


Re: Oscar Wilde And The Dead Man's Smile (8:56pm September 22, 2009):

Isn't it fun to visit old grave sites? When my hubby and I took a trip to Florida (Key West) some of the head stones in their local graveyard had the funniest inscriptions....Such as: "I Told You I Was Sick".

I love Oscar Wilde too....and hope I'll get the chance to visit his site some day.

Would love to win this series of mysteries.

Re: Audrey's Door (4:08pm September 19, 2009):

Well, I for one don't agree with the fan's hate mail. Since when did writing about real life and ALL that it entails become a bad thing? I love a great romance novel, yet when an author writes in a rape scene, many of the fans go crazy. It seems to also be a taboo subject, yet we know it happens everyday.

Congrats on your daughter and the new book.

Re: What I Did For Love (3:36pm September 19, 2009):

I love to read. I have books in on the nightstand, in every bathroom and in the car. I would love to be able to just sit and read without interuption, but rarely have the opportunity. My best reading time is on a camping trip in the motorhome. I'll take 20+ books with me and enjoy them while the hubby is out fishing.

Re: The Shortest Distance Between Two Women (1:27am September 7, 2009):


Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (1:22am September 7, 2009):

I love dogs. My favorite TV shows growing were about animals...Lassie, My Friend Flicka, Mr. Ed. The house just wouldn't be the same without one.

Re: Table Manners (1:09am September 7, 2009):

I wish we could have gone camping. That is what we would normally do. But my hubby and I are helping a daughter/family to move. Needless to say, my back is killing me tonight. I'll still read a couple chapters before turning off the lights. Just started Sweet Seduction by Maya Banks.

Re: The Trouble With J.J. (1:02am September 7, 2009):

My favorite hero type is the alpha type Macho/Navy Sear/Warrior.

My least favorite is the guy with a lot of insecurities and lack of self confidence.

I have not come across a hero that I would not consider reading...but If the Hero is not appealing to me, it won't stay on my keeper shelf.

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