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Re: A Tangled Yarn (10:58am August 24, 2017):
I had a family friend attempt to teach me how to knit. It didn't go well. My
grandmother was a seamstress. She tried to teach me how to sew. It ended
badly. I'm sensing a pattern here. But I can make no-sew throw blankets.
That counts, right?!
Can't wait to read Casey's story-Betty!
Re: Chime and Punishment (4:01pm August 9, 2017):
This is a novel idea which I haven't seen in cozy mysteries. That of the
main character running a clock shop. Most include female characters which
work in a bakery of some sort. Now, I do love those. But every now and
again, I'd like something with a twist. Looking forward to Ruth's story!
Re: Reckless in Texas (6:27pm August 17, 2016):
I love stories where the heroine overcomes adversity, and all the better if
she finds love in the process. Reckless in Texas sounds like a great read!
Re: Gone Too Deep (1:53pm August 4, 2016):
Gone too Deep sounds:Awesome! There aren't many romance novels
where the H falls under your #2 characteristic. Usually you see him as this
wordly alpha, so for that reason alone, this novel is sure to intrigue and
Re: Always My Girl (3:28pm July 6, 2016):
Congrats on the release of book (3). Personally, I loved the Gallaghers of
Ardmore Trilogy by Nora Roberts and in paranormal the Argeneau family
by Lynsay Sands.
Re: Almost Like Being in Love (6:01pm June 28, 2016):
There's something magical about vacationing in the Cayman Islands, or
maybe it's simply leaving the daily stressors behind and focusing on
making the moment special.