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A theme-park princess. A real-life prince.

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Can two stubborn adults let down their guard long enough to let love in again?

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A modern-day fairy tale of hope and rescue from NYT bestselling author Rachel Hauck

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A journey to the lush vineyards of Tuscany—and into the mysteries of a tragic family secret.

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Can a one-time enemy to protect them?

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When the battle is for love, the one who surrenders wins. But who will lay down arms first? And whose heart will break wide open?

Brandy Blake


I love to read para's and hist and just about everything else...

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55 comments posted.

Re: Freedom's Ring (2:07pm August 20, 2017):

I'm glad to be seeing more time- slip novels, they are fun to read :)

Re: Miss Darcy Falls in Love (4:13pm November 28, 2011):

This sounds good I like historicals and so does my daughter :)


Re: Gemini Night (11:00pm November 27, 2010):

Hi. I love astrology... I am an Aries and Gemini Night sounds good. I can't wait to check out your website!!!


Re: Warrior (4:42pm September 4, 2010):

Hi. I love the cover for Warrior it looks awesome!!!


Re: Deadly Fear (12:20pm August 27, 2010):

Hi. Your cover is amazing and sounds awesome!!!


Re: Dark Warrior Untamed (12:18pm August 27, 2010):

I have never read Suzanne Brockmann but i will have to check it out


Re: Dark Flame (1:52pm July 1, 2010):

I have read the first 2 in this series and I'm on the 3rd. Now my daughter is reading them....

Re: Her Sheik Protector (1:46pm July 1, 2010):

I'm going to sign up for your newsletter...

Re: The Fire Lord's Lover (1:43pm July 1, 2010):

I can't wait to read this. It sounds awesome!!!

Re: Tempting a Proper Lady (10:04pm June 23, 2010):

Thank you for coming and talking with us today...

Re: Dragon Unmasked (10:31pm June 16, 2010):

It was hard when I was pregnant and my girls were little and I just made myself make time for it and just have never stopped!!!

Re: Royal Captive (11:45am June 15, 2010):

Yep it happens to me all the time. I start with one thing anc change it half way through...

Re: Hidden Wives (3:43pm June 12, 2010):

This sounds awesome, thanks for talking with us!!!

Re: Seducing the Knight (10:27pm June 11, 2010):

Oh I would want to explore something biblical like the Ark or something!!!

Re: Night Myst (9:08pm June 4, 2010):

Hi, I can't wait for your new book to come out. I have just recently seen your books and bought the 1st five in I believe the otherworld series. I can't wait to dig in and I look forward to the rest of your books!!!

Re: I Love This Bar (6:59pm June 3, 2010):

Thanks for sharing!!!

Re: The Making Of A Duchess (6:44pm June 2, 2010):

these sound sooo good!!!

Re: Strange Neighbors (1:28pm June 1, 2010):

WOW sounds like a lot of work!!!

Re: Ancient Whispers (12:16pm May 31, 2010):

Congrats!!! Well it is hard to pick just one(I'm shy) but I would say it wasjoining our local fire department when I was 18. I was young and only the 2nd woman to be a fireman in our area. It is a very small community and alot of the commuities around us WOULD NOT allow or black-balled females as firemen. I made it and stayed on until I had children. It was a very very rewarding experience and to think I almost didn't because I was scared and out of my element, seems well abserd!!!

I love the sound of your book and I'm putting it on my list!!! I would love to read and vote on some experts, when are they going to hold the contest again?

Re: Blown Away (2:44pm May 30, 2010):

I can't pick just one trilogy... As far as if I wait till I have all 3 or read them as i get them it depends on what else I have to read at the time.....

Re: Dead in the Family (5:30pm May 29, 2010):

I couldn't say for sure what I am going to read next I go from adult paranormals to YA para then to Historicals... I would love to find a good para/historical, Any suggestions???

Re: His At Night (5:36pm May 25, 2010):

My favorite historical book is the Clan of the Cave Bear series by Jean M Auel. It is prehistoric man & I believe the term is neanderthal man. It tells you sooo much about the people who hunted mammoth for example and it throse in romance with it. It may not be romance as we are used to reading because it isn't centered around romance but everyday life of prehistoric man.

Re: Sex And The Single Earl (7:54pm May 19, 2010):

I like small towns but sometimes large cities are better, just depends on the book!!!

Re: On Folly Beach (4:30pm May 18, 2010):

I lost my dad in November and now it is the photos of him I go to when I want to see him... There is just something special about them!!!

Re: A Thread So Thin (8:46pm May 16, 2010):


Re: Live To Tell (3:48pm May 15, 2010):

Well as the mother of 3 and they are all in sports, 4-H etc... I am usually canceling my plans to makes sure they get to do theirs but it is so worth it and when I am wait for them to get done or just in between games I always have my book to keep me company!!!

Re: Silent Truth (3:42pm May 15, 2010):

That sounds like so much fun, I wish I could go..... Have FUN FOR ME!!!

Re: Silent Truth (1:23pm May 13, 2010):

This sounds really good!!!

Re: Getting In (1:22pm May 13, 2010):

I will have to deal with this in about 3 yrs.... scary, lol

Re: Haunting Warrior (1:45pm May 12, 2010):

Ummm.... I would go back to 1400's Scotland and find a hot Laird in a Kilt.... or even earlier and go to Finland/Norway and find me a Hot Viking, lol

Re: Sex Drive (9:51pm May 10, 2010):

Thanks for talking with us!!!

Re: A Thread So Thin (7:33pm May 8, 2010):

I read everything, I usually end up reading the YA books before my girls get to it, lol.

Re: The Jaguar Prince (2:49pm May 7, 2010):

This sounds good but as a loving mother I have to ask.... The noisy annoying things were turned into sexy heros and the innocent children were turned into, and I quote "rogue symtarians who were trying to kill impures"... Just hit me as funny, lol

Re: Rumor Has It (12:50pm May 6, 2010):

This sounds like a good read, that's what i love about the blogging on this site, you meet new authors and find new books to read!!!

Re: Touching Darkness (9:12pm May 5, 2010):

I am a housewife and mother of 3. I am so glad to have seen this discusion, I am always looking for new authors/books and this sounds awesome!!!

Re: In Shelter Cove (1:21pm May 4, 2010):

I like it when the "black sheep" become the heroes, they are all tough and rough or come from the wrong side of the tracts. It's like a ha ha in the face of the goody two shoes and they are usually awesomely sexy!!!

Re: His Border Bride (2:40pm May 3, 2010):

Well I don't know... I love historicals, especially when they are born on the wrong side of the tracts... I love William Wallace and Rob Roy as well...

Re: Think Twice (2:07pm May 2, 2010):

Well I didn't get much reading done. I read 2 books in a series by Alyson Noel, Evermore and Blue Moon. They are good but I had trouble getting into them but once I did they were good. They are young adult and I am reading a book by Yasmine Galenorme (sp?) it is very good as well.

Re: Blood Of The Demon (2:03pm April 30, 2010):

I totally agree with you. I waited soooo long for this genre to come out in the mainstream, were now you don't have trouble finding books to read. Paranormals are my fav kind of book weither its romance, serious or funny, I love it. I look forward to reading your books, I happen to love demon books!!!! As well as many others and you can be sooo creative in what you make up for them, you can make tons of new creatures, that poor reader doesn't know what she is missing. The only trouble I have is coming up with all of the money needed to buy every book I want, lol!!!

Re: The Fallen (2:33pm April 29, 2010):

That's to funny don't ya just love family, lol!!!

Re: Chasing Perfect (1:29pm April 28, 2010):

Well the current town I live in has about 1500 ppl and to me this is way to big. I grew up in a town that had about 200 ppl in it and that's being generous.. The largest would be when I lived in CA and I would say atleast 50,000 way to big... I'll stick to my small towns in the midwest...

Re: Just Like Me, Only Better (11:55am April 27, 2010):

I have 3 daughters,all very different in what they want to do even though for 1 it changes almost daily :D Anyway I think you just have to encourage them no matter what, weither its a pro athelete, vet, doctor, hair stylist or what ever as long as they are doing what they want to do and are enjoying it, With that said if they come home and say "Hi Mom I'm a stripper then they are getting locked in a closet!!!" :D

Re: A Thread So Thin (9:15pm April 26, 2010):

Well I don't know where to begin... there are so many things I wish I would have done differently, Not that I have a bad life because I DO NOT but maybe if i would have waited on things I would have more material things now BUT I have LOVE instead so ya know I don't think I would change much of anything after all.... good topic!!!

Re: The Teaberry Strangler (1:44pm April 25, 2010):

I get suggestions from friends and if I read the book and like it then I try to find more from that author. If I don't like it then I usually don't buy/read another by that author unless it is a gift and then only if I'm in the mood to try another one.... I recently bought a book because it sounded good and i had heard good things about the author, I then bought the first 4 in the series so I could read them in order and it was all I could do to finish those 4 and now I have a new book that is about #9 in the series that I won't be reading...

Re: Rule's Bride (3:22am April 24, 2010):

I am definatly going to get these!!!


Re: Rule's Bride (12:47pm April 23, 2010):

I am definatly going to put these on my list of books to purchase!!! I love these kind of books, ahhhh...

Re: In For A Penny (12:43pm April 23, 2010):


Don't worry you didn't offend me, sorry if I sound rude, that was not my intent... I am sorry about your mom, I don't think you can ever get over the death of a parent atleast I haven't been able to. I advance a few steps and then I am right back were I started. I understand it is difficult to be critiqued especially when what you are writing is a part of you but I think that you as a writer have to take back the power from those who give you the neg feedback, just know that "you are the writer, its your vision, and your emotion (and talent) you are the one writing the book" and even though they give suggestions, in the end you are the ARTIST/author and should have the final say!!!

Good Luck!!!

Re: In For A Penny (1:42pm April 22, 2010):

I haven't written in awhile but I always thought of it as a difference of opinion.... I recently lost my father and really don't find any comparison between the two, I know that writing is personal but to compare it to the actual stages of "Grief" just doesn't seem right....

Re: Beautiful People (1:35pm April 22, 2010):

My kids make me laugh... some of the things that teenage girls come up with is a riot!!!

Re: Beautiful People (10:27pm April 21, 2010):

My sense of humor is varied from the really stupid stuff like the etrade baby comercials or the macabra.

Re: Silent Truth (6:18pm April 19, 2010):

I would say my family, especially my girls... books, ummm books and more books!!!

Re: Building Iphone Apps With Html, CSS, And Javascript (6:03pm April 17, 2010):

I don't think of reading as work because I love it BUT if it is something that I don't find interesting then I might lean more to the work side.... This isn't very helpful, lol!!!

Re: The Firefighter's Secret Baby (6:00pm April 17, 2010):

I love firemen....

Re: Blonde with a Wand (1:52pm April 16, 2010):

I love these kind of books!!!

Re: The Firefighter's Secret Baby (1:26pm April 16, 2010):

I love to read about our everyday hero's and their is nothing better than a Firefighter!!!

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