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Dodging tazer-happy liberationists, her beloved daughter, goats, and a grumpy-hot tour guide, single mom Ava races Spain, hoping to find her missing father before itís too late.


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She has no time for a player, but is this cowboy the real thing?


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281 comments posted.

Re: Winning a Bride (2:02pm July 7, 2013):

In truth, I am not a huge fan of the novella. I like more, I want more. I have enjoyed some released mid-series to re-visit characters. In many instances they feel rushed and like something is missing. I am a huge Jade Lee fan so I have faith that her magic will prevail and the story will feel full and complete. Looking forward to reading Winning A Bride. I can remember back when I was in school and adjusting the text size to increase the number of pages...when it comes to word count, can you skip spaces to give more content? Ahhh, probably not.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Breathe Again (3:02am July 5, 2013):

The first person that comes to mind is Alex Karev of Grey's Anatomy. I wish he was less of a man-whore. He's such a cutie and I want him to have that happily ever after.
Breathe sounds like an emotional read, looking forward to finding out how things turn out.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Paradise Valley (1:43pm July 4, 2013):

You are an author that I recognize from when I first discovered romance books. I can remember riding my bike to the library during summer and get a tote bag full of books then devouring them. Glad to see you are still writing strong. Looking forward to catching up on the book I've missed of yours.
Continued good luck and happy writing!

Re: It Happened One Midnight (11:30am July 3, 2013):

Here comes the boom!
It better happen again or they will regret it for the rest of their days. When you meet someone that sparks your ignition you just have to explore the possibilities.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Prince of Secrets (11:27am July 3, 2013):

Congrats on ALL the releases, WTG!
I am infamous for starting something, say laundry and while getting the laundry together I notice that the bathroom needs to be cleaned so while going into the kitchen to get the cleaning supplies, I see the dishes need to be done so I start washing the dishes then needs a drink so when I open the fridge I decide the fridge needs to be cleaned and look at the time, I should make something to eat. Oh the dog needs to go out and the porch needs to be swept and...where are my clean clothes?!

Continued good luck and happy writing!

Re: Masters of The Cats: Collaring The Saber-Tooth (11:42pm July 1, 2013):

I am hosting a Fourth of July BBQ at my house this year. Looking forward to all the drama family will bring. Yippee!

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Wish You Were Here (12:44pm June 29, 2013):

I can remember during summer riding my bike to the library and taking a tote bag to fill with books. I have loved reading for as long as I can remember and when memory fails my moms tells the story of me in the crib when I was an infant "reading" books in baby chatter.
Hoping that Maggie and Josh pass the time hunkered down waiting for the storm as creatively as possible.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Exposed (8:47pm June 26, 2013):

I am a forensic junkie and throw in some romance and I am all in. Looking forward to finding out if Brian wins Maddie over.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Luck of the Dragon (8:43pm June 26, 2013):

Oohhhh I like Alec already! I love a man with a quick and witty sense of humor that doesn't take things too seriously.
Congrats on your first release and wishing you many more to come.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Act Like You Love Me (8:39pm June 26, 2013):

When I was younger I was very clumsy and always embarrassing myself. Thankfully as I've gotten older I've gotten a little less clumsy and a lot less worried about what others might think. Looking forward to finding out how things progress between Sawyer and Brynn.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: All Out of Love (11:03pm June 25, 2013):

I was all across the board with a few more D's, looks like I've come to the right blog! But I knew that the second I saw that cover candy. Nice!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Just Beyond the Garden Gate (1:40pm June 24, 2013):

I went through a faze where I was meeting people through social networking sites and some of them were very interesting, both the opening lines and the individuals. Ha!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: One Night (11:52am June 23, 2013):

I have a very special friend that I met through a networking site more than ten years ago. I expected that it would be a brief interlude and it grew into something so much more. Today he is my best friend and I am forever grateful that I took the leap.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Look of Love (11:23pm June 21, 2013):

The Sullivans is a great series!

Re: Rescuing Dawn (7:32pm June 18, 2013):

My aunt always has my back, she gives new meaning to the term unconditional. She would do anything for the ones she loves without question.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Opposing Forces (8:22pm June 16, 2013):

A couple of years ago I reunited with an aunt through Facebook after almost 20 years. She is currently residing in Arizona and I am in San Diego. Shortly after we started corresponding she came to San Diego for a conference and we had dinner and caught up with each other. After swearing up and down that we were going to stay in contact we were both terrible. I am going to email her now. :)

Thanks for the reminder!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: One Day in Apple Grove (12:01pm June 14, 2013):

Unfortunately, I have not had the opportunity to attend a Reader's Event. From what I have seen most of them are east of me. Of course it doesn't help that I am in the southwesternly most corner of the map. Maybe one day I'll go Nike and "Just Do it!".
I thoroughly devoured The Secret Life of Cowboys series and loved, loved, loved it!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Billion Dollar Cowboy (11:55pm June 13, 2013):

You had me at Carolyn Brown, an auto-buy author for me. I love the Honky Tonk and I am always looking for my cowboy in shiny boots.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Fireman's Homecoming (12:59pm June 12, 2013):

In the past, I loved to cross stitch, sew and make greeting cards. I don't do many crafts any more because there just never seems to be enough time...I sure miss it!

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Summer at Mustang Ridge (9:37pm June 11, 2013):

A few of my family traditions are a verde enchilada casserole, baked pasta with oobs and goobs of melted mozzarella cheese and meatloaf. Ugh...I'm hungry now!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Lord of the Hunt (10:08pm June 7, 2013):

I love when secondary characters get their own story!

Re: It Had To Be You (8:24pm June 5, 2013):

I always wonder what motivates a writer to writer and especially love to know what types of music people like.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Katie's Choice (9:19pm June 3, 2013):

I am always fascinated by the simple way of life the Amish live. In a time where many of can't be without our cell phone or internet, they not only do, they flourish without many other modern day "necessities". As you mentioned, most Amish "romances" are more Amish than romance so I am very interested in seeing how this story unfolds.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Five Days in Skye (9:08pm June 3, 2013):

I feel your pain, even without being religious, I find myself put into many positions where I am uncomfortable due to my personal beliefs and morals. My manager frequently asks me to tell tales to my suppliers to get them to deliver. I'd like to think that my relationship with my suppliers, built on mutual trust and respect is enough to get them to perform to the best of their ability every time.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: South Of Surrender (5:40pm June 2, 2013):

I think that books with imperfect characters are wonderful. One of my favorite books of all time is Catherine Anderson's Phantom Waltz where the heroine is wheelchair bound and the hero is an active outdoorsman/rancher. They have many obstacles to overcome and each one makes just made me love the characters more.

In the same series her book Blue Skies has a heroine that has an eye disease that is also good.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: True (5:32pm June 2, 2013):

I am looking forward to my "college experience". I didn't do thing by the traditional plan and wasn't able to go when I should have, I was busy birthing babies and working to support them. Now that they are grown and experiencing college as they should, I figure there is no better time for me than the present.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Long Simmering Spring (7:31am June 1, 2013):

My biggest mistake was thinking I could fix my ex by proving that not all women are evil. I spent eleven years trying to do just that before I couldn't sacrifice anymore of myself for the sake of my children and me. I wish that I had realized then that I wasn't a miracle worker and couldn't fix someone so broken. The good news is that I got two wonder children out of the bargain and a wisdom that has proven priceless when dealing with people, to never allow someone to take more than they are willing to give, no matter what their baggage is.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Dead, White, And Blue (1:54am May 30, 2013):

Like in real life the characters have to work to keep a relationship fresh and never take advantage of one another!

Re: Reign (1:42am May 28, 2013):

I love a good challenge, I thrive on having something to strive for. I am so easily bored that I need to regularly shake things up with something new to achieve.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Paige Torn (1:36am May 28, 2013):

My dream garden would be in a quiet area; filled with color and fragrance. Where I could escape to with a book and hide out and just enjoy the tranquility of me-time. *sigh*
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Lighten Up (1:32am May 28, 2013):

The real things include everything that we have to deal with daily. Family, work, friends, joys and hardships. Throughout my life there have been many times that I have thought that it couldn't be "real" but it sure was. We deal with it and keep moving through life without losing the progress we've made.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Lady Vivian Defies A Duke (7:46pm May 24, 2013):

Lady Vivian sounds like a firecracker!

I love catching up with heroes and heroines of earlier books. Right now I'm in the middle of Sarah McCarthy's The Shadow Wranglers and I love watching the Johnson brothers fall. I am always at a loss when I am on the spot to come up with titles and/or authors. I can remember a book and it's characters clear as day but the rest eludes me. There was a series I read with a secondary character that wasn't very likeable through the books and the last one it was discovered that he was a dirty rotten slime bucket and he got his in the end. Justice for all!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Begonia Bribe (7:28pm May 24, 2013):

Love your post! In a conversation, I am a quick thinker but I never stop thinking. I come up with that witty retort but by the time I convince myself that it's PC and no one will take offense the moment has passed and cannot be recaptured. I completely agree with you on writing a script for someone. Instead of "here's your sign" it can now be "here's your script!"
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Last Chance For Justice (3:42am May 20, 2013):

I enjoy both a fast paced book and a laid back more leisure book, it just depends on my mood and where things are in my life. If a book is too descriptive and I'm running in the fast lane, I find myself simply scanning and not reading as much as I normally would if I wasn't in a rush. However there are some authors that take it a little too slow and it doesn't seem to add to the story but in fact detract from it.

Re: Seducing Charlotte (10:39pm May 18, 2013):

I am all for buying a book that opens with a hot scene! My only hope that it sets the tone for the rest of the book and not a one-time event. Looking forward to reading Seducing Charlotte!

Re: Past Due (2:50am May 18, 2013):

My grandmother taught me that it is not always necessary to speak to be heard, that the actions are the loudest words. She taught me to be caring and what unconditional love is. Nanny's love overlooked all mistakes and imperfections and that made her PERFECT!

Re: Acadian Waltz (11:04pm May 14, 2013):

I enjoy a great story; romance, love or any other genre!

Re: Voodoo For Two (10:52pm May 14, 2013):

Love the voodoo titles. I am looking forward to reading them now!

Re: Ours To Love (8:01pm May 8, 2013):

I'm intrigued! I can't wait to read it.

Re: Stealing Harper (9:20pm May 7, 2013):

Interesting excerpt, looking forward to finding out things turn out!

Re: Fearless Heart (10:11pm May 5, 2013):

Sounds like a great read and history lesson. Looking forward to reading it!

Re: Lord of the Mist (4:44am May 4, 2013):

I have always pondered the possibility of time travel, either within my own timeline or through history and/or the future. Which leads to tons of questions, would I be able to take what I learn back and forth to influence events or just be in the moment? Either way, it would be quite an experience!

Re: Heart Of Iron (11:31pm May 2, 2013):

My hero is a man that stands up for what he believes in and loves unconditionally. He treats his lady like a queen and strives to be the best man he can be. He is smart and funny, tall, dark and handsome. Going to go write my letter to Santa now.

Re: A Wedding In Springtime (11:27pm May 2, 2013):

I would prefer a rugged Highlander with some rough ends that I could smooth... :)

Re: Father By Choice (11:20pm April 30, 2013):

I enjoy all scenarios, it gives a taste of different stories that need to be told but even better have the HEA.I love to see a big strong man change by the innocence of a child. Right now I am reading Lucky Penny by Catherine Anderson and the hero has me melting with his immediate love and devotion to a child he believes is his. *sigh*

Re: The Seven-Day Target (12:25pm April 29, 2013):

I really enjoy romantic suspense books. I like the underlying mystery that is always present and the budding romance always seems so much more frantic when there is dark unknown around every corner.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Honorable Rancher (9:33pm April 26, 2013):

I enjoy all types of heroes. I like to visit with alphas and betas and those that cross the line between the two. It just depends on my mood and what I need a dose of that moment.

Re: The Collector (2:07pm April 24, 2013):

Sounds like some more books I need to delve into, thanks for the recommendations!

Re: Prophecy Girl (2:06pm April 24, 2013):

I think YA is much like a PG rating on a movie. There is going to be some that have more grit and/or hookers, bitches sluts, killing or not so pure things. Just as there are some with fairies, love, honesty, integrity, etc... Some days I want the darkness and others I want the light. Anything goes!

Re: The New Rules for Blondes (7:58pm April 23, 2013):

It sounds like blondes do have more fun, after the work is done!

Re: Temporary Roomates (7:19pm April 22, 2013):

I especially love to read about country settings, there is something special about the country. The laid back atmosphere without all the hustle and bustle. Plus, that's where you find most of the cowboys. Just sayin'!

Re: Thrill Ride (3:26pm April 21, 2013):

I just love stories where men resist! Can't wait to see how that works for him. :)

Re: A Man for All Seasons (10:13pm April 19, 2013):

I can't think of any superstitions that I have but I do believe in angels and they watch over us.

Re: Tactical Strike (11:18pm April 12, 2013):

I thoroughly enjoy reading about the military. Looking forward to reading more!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Flirting Under A Full Moon (9:19pm April 11, 2013):

Gaia sounds like a firecracker!

Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (9:17pm April 11, 2013):

Angelica sounds to be quite a handful. Which is so much better than a boring heroine. I am very interested in finding out how she gets along..
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: March With Me (11:36pm April 8, 2013):

I was fortunate to grow up a little later and in the very diverse military town of San Diego, CA. There was never any blatant racism or prejudices. I find it very scary that in my lifetime and even today there are people and locales that still people are not equal. I think racial equality has come a very long way and still has some ground to cover. I think that with the right attitudes we can continue to make progress and do away with the ignorance that has no room in a country that welcomes so many.

Re: Sinner's Heart (9:51pm April 3, 2013):

I am really bad about having to start with the first book before I can read anything else. I especially like when I discover a series after all the books have been released because nothing is worse than the wait for the next release and I always go back and read the earlier books to have a fresh recollection of the stories and characters. This gets really time consuming and painful with some series!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Lush (1:18am April 3, 2013):

Sounds yummy! Looking forward to reading Lush, mmmmmmmmmm.
Wishing you continued good luck and happy writing!

Re: Second Chance (10:26pm March 31, 2013):

I think we should all get one do-over in life!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Identity Crisis (12:48pm March 28, 2013):

It just goes to show you that wherever there is money people will find a way to get it. It amazes me the amount of money people will pay for art but put the possibility of a forgery into the mix and that's just scary!

Re: Nickeled-And-Dimed To Death (7:24pm March 23, 2013):

I guess that I'm the greedy one because if I like an author I want as much as I can get from them as fast as I can get it. I also like when a favorite author branches out into new series or even genres. If they're good, they're good, they shouldn't suppress their talents.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Lord of the Keep (7:21pm March 23, 2013):

I love a half naked man but it doesn't sell me on a book. I read everything I can get my hands on. Looking forward to reading you work.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Shadows And Strongholds (6:31am March 22, 2013):

As much as I enjoy all my modern luxuries I would love to have a chance to go back in time and experience the era...with a fast pass to return to modern times!

Re: Her Knight's Quest (12:47pm March 16, 2013):

I think it's especially important to have strong secondary characters or else the interactions and story will fall flat and I will lose all interest. I especially love a story that makes me want to come back and visit the secondary characters in primary roles.

Re: Trouble In The Tarot (12:43pm March 16, 2013):

I like it all and an author that can put it all together and keep my attention gets a permanent spot on my book shelf!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Geek Girl And The Scandous Earl (10:19pm March 14, 2013):

Congratulations!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Survivor (6:57am March 9, 2013):

A few things I think are important to keeping yourself safe is being friendly with the neighbors which will make them more inclined to look out for you or help you if you need it. Always lock your doors, house and car.

Re: The Christie Curse (11:39pm March 3, 2013):

Love the cover! It looks like my room a couple of weeks ago. I had a nice, neat pile of papers on the floor, out of the way, and my curious Pug Dorii decided she needed to go through them and managed to spread them all over floor and act innocent about it!
There is no way in any realm that I could work with my mother she is way too controlling but I could definitely work with my daughter. Hmmmm, I wonder what each of them would answer about working with me. Hah!

Re: Protector (11:35pm March 3, 2013):

Gorgeous cover!
I never leave home without a book or two and my iPad with the Kindle app. There have been times when I have forgotten a book and literally had a panic attack. I guess it's like my security blanket. It could be worse!

Re: Into the Spotlight (11:32pm March 3, 2013):

My daughter is going to school in Vegas so I visit regularly which is no hardship. It's a very busy place and always interesting people to watch and sites to see. I am enjoying the current "Vegas". "Bugsy" was a good Vegas movie. I guess I like seeing things like they used to be...something romantic about that, OK not so much all the blood and blackmail.

Re: In His Brother's Place (2:37pm January 6, 2013):

I devour anything I can get my hands on, historical, contemporary, futuristic, etc. And who is to say that you can't write a contemporary with grave physical danger, spilled blood, chases, races, or cliffhangers? Sounds like a romantic suspense should be in your future...just sayin'!

Re: Seven Days Normal (2:32pm January 6, 2013):

Sounds to me as if nothing was going to stop you. Good for you! You go girl!

Re: The Missing Manuscript Of Jane Austen (2:10pm January 6, 2013):

I'm glad there are diligent artists who go through all of the sweat and tears to provide us book lovers with prime books to read. Thank you!

Re: Prince Of Power (6:09pm January 3, 2013):

Without a doubt, that is a yummy cover!
An appealing cover or cover candy as I like to call it helps to sell me a book but there are many factors that come into play. Storyline, sometimes one that I can relate to or other times one that help me to escape. It just depends on my mood of the moment.
I was mesmerized by Chip Kidd, he's like the sassy girlfriend every woman needs. He's a riot!

Re: For The Love Of A Goblin Warrior (5:53pm January 3, 2013):

Ugh...Yes, yes, yes...KISS!
Great excerpt!

Re: The Ravenous Dead (5:47pm December 31, 2012):

I am thankful that my family made it safely through 2012 and looking forward to a productive 2013.

Re: A Little Bit Wicked (3:31pm December 29, 2012):

I am looking forward to making 2013 the best year yet. I say that every year and it seems to work. It may be true or the memory getting fuzzy. Either way tomorrow keeps coming faster and faster so I try not to dwell too much on yesterday.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Fallen Angel (3:30pm December 29, 2012):

I am grateful that my family made it through 2012 without any major losses. Looking forward to a more fruitful 2013.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Live And Let Love (10:05am December 28, 2012):

Sounds like a great read, can't wait to read it!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Secret Santa Baby (2:40am December 27, 2012):

Pretty cover! Looking forward to spending some time under the mistletoe.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Renegade (4:13pm December 24, 2012):

The Christmas season is never complete in my household without a viewing or two of A Christmas Story and no matter how many time we watch it never fails to amuse.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Perfect Misfits (6:40pm December 22, 2012):

Looking forward to reading your work. I love the holiday season and letting an author share their stories about them is wonderful.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Waltz With A Stranger (7:56pm December 21, 2012):

I had a lot of fun with Mari Carr's Collins family in the Wild Irish series. I hated to see them end. :(
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Deliver Me From Temptation (7:49pm December 21, 2012):

Great excerpt and gorgeous cover art. I definitely want to spend some more time with Logan and Jessica too, of course.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Captive Of The Border Lord (7:36pm December 20, 2012):

My family is very small and but highly dysfunctional. My mother takes it upon herself to try to embarrass or insult everyone in attendance.
Happy holidays to all!

Re: Against The Odds (3:06pm December 19, 2012):

We just recently moved to a new home and look forward to starting new traditions. I am really excited to have this opportunity to make special memories with my children.
Happy holidays to all!

Re: Love Thy Sister (8:18pm December 12, 2012):

Sounds like a great adventure!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Rancher's Son (9:55pm December 6, 2012):

Sounds like a sweet read. I will have to re-evaluate my view on FL. Now that I know there are cattle drives it has more appeal because where there are cattle, there are cowboy and I love all things cowboy.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Heart Of A Texan (1:35am November 30, 2012):

There are times that I think I was born into the wrong era because of my love of all things cowboy and I can never get enough. Looking forward to reading your work.
Good luck and happy wrting!

Re: Double Time (1:30am November 30, 2012):

I enjoy music of all kinds but there is something very sweet and pure about the strum of a classic guitar. Looking forward to reading about your music making.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Christmas Bride / Christmas Beau (9:58pm November 27, 2012):

Looking forward to getting into the Christmas spirit and what a great way to get started.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Conjure (5:24pm November 2, 2012):

It's not the creepy scary that scares me it's the wolf in sheep's clothing. Beware of what you don't realize is dangerous!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Night Thief (8:49pm October 25, 2012):

I am thoroughly intrigued to read more, looking forward to hearing how well they fare.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Tempting the Best Man (11:23pm October 24, 2012):

There is nothing sexier than an alpha male. I have always said that I want a man that knows what to do with control once he has it Control me, baby!

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Losing Control (11:21pm October 24, 2012):

I love the connectivity of a family or close friends within a series, being able to watch them grow and prosper.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Shattered Silence (8:51pm October 14, 2012):

Sounds like a great series, looking forward to reading your work.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Shadowy Horses (11:17pm October 12, 2012):

Sounds intriguing, looking forward to reading your work.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Run The Risk (8:41pm October 11, 2012):

Right this minute I cannot think of a one but I'm sure that the question will plague me until I think of one.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: In The Barrister's Bed (9:54pm October 9, 2012):

Sounds like a great series, looking forward to reading them.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Wild Encounter (12:50pm October 7, 2012):

I would do anything and everything necessary to assure my survival as well as my children's safety. Both no brainers.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Dark Light Of Day (8:51pm October 2, 2012):

I love an author's imagination that can invent a whole new world. Looking forward to reading your work.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (3:54pm September 29, 2012):

I'm a sucker for a heroes with brains and brawn. I know absolutely nothing about faro so anything about it impresses me!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Curse (3:30pm September 16, 2012):

I have a Kindle but prefer to read on my iPad with the Kindle app. I find myself going through phases where it has to be a (real) book and other times the convenience of the e-format.

I am in the middle of a move right now so I have cursed the printed book a few times as I've realized how many I have and how heavy there are but there is just something comfortable about them.

The Keeper Kase sounds like an awesome idea for people that like the tangible memento.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Finding Sarah (2:57pm September 15, 2012):

I like to solve the mystery with the book's characters. I want to know when they do. It makes it a better story for me that way.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Death on a Longship (4:43pm September 2, 2012):

I envy you your love of the open water. My fear is too great to enjoy the beauty of it. I love reading about it and seeing it in pictures, etc but something about being close to it just unnerves me.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Death Where The Bad Rocks Live (4:39pm September 2, 2012):

Not a thing wrong with a little research, just sayin'!

You are fortunate to be able to use your experience and memories, which is probably a good source of therapy.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Lucky Break (11:57pm September 1, 2012):

I like the small town because there seems to be a deeper connection in their community that has been lost in the bigger cities.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Fool For Love (3:39am August 29, 2012):

Sounds like a fun series. Looking forward to visiting.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Immortally Yours (7:52pm August 27, 2012):

I am a huge Cesar Millan fan so I have to go with "Sit, Sit, SIT! Tips for Training Your HellHound"...too funny!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: In the Line of Duty (2:43pm August 26, 2012):

Great excerpt! I'm looking forward to reading the series and finding out how the scene plays out.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Seducing Cinderella (1:53pm August 12, 2012):

I love them all! Friends to lovers is always great because of the foundation of the relationship but sometimes makes me question the level of passion between them.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Bull Rider's Brother (1:50pm August 12, 2012):

Sounds like life!
Nothing sexier than a bull rider so I would imagine that a bull rider's brother would be sexy simply by genetics. Looking forward to reading The Bull Rider's Brother.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Wrong Bed, Right Guy (2:41pm August 11, 2012):

I love the cover! Sounds like a great read.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Hell On Wheels (11:25am August 10, 2012):

I am totally on board with the motorcycle and military but I love the camouflage with a tight t-shirt. Yumm-o!
Looking forward to your series.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Hearts Of Darkness (2:21pm August 9, 2012):

Final copies only, no embarrassing evidence to be found.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Going To The Bad (12:58pm August 5, 2012):

I respect your ability to write about the loss of a valuable character. It couldn't have been easy but like in real life there are the memories that live on.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: I Own The Dawn (4:56pm August 2, 2012):

My children always stir my heart, pride and joy they are everything to me. I look at them and they just amaze me.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Rosi's Time (4:58pm July 26, 2012):

You are very fortunate to write with the convenience of the internet. There are endless avenues available for promoting your work and I think not taking advantage of every one of them would greatly hinder your popularity. Pimp it!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Take it Like a Vamp (1:37pm July 25, 2012):

I watch The Vampire Diaries every once in a while for the eye candy but I couldn't tell you their names or anything about the storyline. *sigh*

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Scotsmen Prefer Blondes (8:33pm July 21, 2012):

I love escaping to a different era, learning how things were done and the social rules that were in effect during the time period.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Beef Stolen-Off (12:39pm July 16, 2012):

I don't think there's anyone better to teach humility than a child. Not only in embarrassing situations but also with their innocence and wide-eyed wonder. They can remind you what's important and it's many times the things adults have forgotten.
Congratulations on living your dream, good luck and happy writing!

Re: Four Sisters, All Queens (2:22am July 14, 2012):

Each of them seem to have been extraordinary women in their own right. I would love to get to know more about each of them.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Gwen's Ghost (1:25pm July 12, 2012):

Both books sound great. I think team work can only enhance a story with each author contributing to the dynamics with their writing skills.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Dark Crossings (8:20pm July 11, 2012):

I'm a fan of all genres so I don't pay much attention to classifications. The Covered Bridge sounds like a great read.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: It Begins with a Kiss (2:02pm July 3, 2012):

I love when I find an intriguing read only to find out that it's part of a series. Score!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Princess and the Outlaw (6:02am July 1, 2012):

My magical moment was last week when on my way to work I realized that the drive which had gone from not long ago being during the dark of night to the most majestic sunrise. I know that it didn't happen overnight so I imagine I've missed a few being wrapped up in my inner thoughts about the day ahead and missed some. I'm going to try not to let that happen anymore because life is too short to spend it worrying about things that you lose sight of the hear and now.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Wicked Nights (5:06pm June 29, 2012):

Jennifer Ashley's Ian McKenzie caught my attention and still holds it.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Lady Amelia's Mess And A Half (10:10pm June 28, 2012):

Funny Peggy should mention Casablanca. I just watch for the..I lost track how many times. That movie always kills me. WHY??!!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Sins Of The Angels (1:51pm June 24, 2012):

Great list, makes me look at some authors differently now.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine (7:24pm June 22, 2012):

Intriguing excerpt, looking forward to reading the whole story!

Re: Her Forbidden Hero (8:29pm June 19, 2012):

Sounds like a great read!
I think it's important for an author to do their homework however they have to find a balance. I want good information that adds to the story and/or characters. I don't want so much information that it seems like a text book. That's what encyclopedias and text books are for.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Casanova Code (7:49am June 18, 2012):

Looking for my Mr. Wonderful, weak-willed need not apply. :)
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: No Ordinary Sheriff (11:01pm June 17, 2012):

Even though your next series hasn't released I already feel a little slighted in the fact that there are THREE brothers and only TWO stories. Yep, I'm greedy!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Grill Me, Baby (6:34pm June 16, 2012):

I don't really have foods that evoke memories but I sure have some memories about Nanny's cooking. She made the best tuna casserole that no matter how many times I've tried I cannot duplicate. I should have paid closer attention when she was with us and taken detailed notes. :(
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Marriage Bargain (2:27pm June 15, 2012):

I like books and movies that end with the complete story told and leave me feeling satisfied. However, I love books that tell the complete story, leave me feeling satisfied AND make me wonder what happens in the couple's future though.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Life After (7:06pm June 8, 2012):

Interesting quandary, I think I would have to rattle some cages before I forgave either of them.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Chase Me (2:20pm June 7, 2012):

I have a tendency to be fickle when it comes to my heroes. I love the one I'm with!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Her Highness, The Traitor (8:42am June 1, 2012):

It always amazes me how easily something can be changed by a persons fabricated account of an event. It always makes me wonder if perhaps they were the only one that couldn't hold the secret.
Even so, great history lesson and of course makes me thirsty to read your book.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Homesteader's Sweetheart (3:02pm May 29, 2012):

I am a fan of the single dad hero. The way a man can balance being a man and dealing with kids is always touching. I can't name titles but there have been lots that I have enjoyed over the years. I can remember one that I read recently that I was very uncomfortable with how "soft" the father was. I like a little grit and gruff underneath. I guess it's a fine balance I'm looking for.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Tangle Of Need (5:06pm May 28, 2012):

I love following characters through series. There is nothing more gratifying than to watch secondary characters come into their own and get their HEA.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Finding Her Son (5:21pm May 27, 2012):

Perfection is highly sought out for my heroes as well, IRL and in the pages of a book...*sigh*
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Taming Of A Scottish Princess (11:44pm May 23, 2012):

Another series for me to fall in love with!
I am a fan of all heroes. There is a place and time for each one. Sometimes even more than one at a time, when I'm really greedy!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Reason Is You (8:41am May 21, 2012):

The tease in a relationship for me is the getting to know one another and finding out how well the couple fits. If it's too easy then it seems fake or forced. A few obstacles along the way and coming out stronger on the other side mixed with humor along the way. Life isn't perfect and neither are people. I like that moment when it's figured out that their life and/or partner is perfect for them. *sigh*
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Deadly Secrets, Loving Lies (5:47pm May 18, 2012):

I have never been good at making decisions. Can't I pick ALL of them? *sigh*
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Wild Night's Bride (7:02pm May 15, 2012):

Sounds like a very interesting read. I'm intrigued!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Wedding Beat (1:21am May 14, 2012):

I'm too much of a cynic to have any wedding dreams which is one of the biggest reasons I love to lose myself in the written word. The Wedding Beat sounds like an entertaining read.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Pretty Amy (8:29am May 10, 2012):

Sounds like a great read!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Karma (7:24pm May 8, 2012):

After just finishing FSOG I need something very light. I'm a book whore, I enjoy reading all type of books and don't have a preference. Anything and everything.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Darkest Caress (8:12pm May 4, 2012):

I frequently think of someone I used to have contact with then bump into them, get a call, an email or text message from them. Not sure what it all means and it's used to plague me but now I just take it in stride and NOT think about those people I don't want to hear from or see.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Beauty and The Best (8:39pm April 30, 2012):

Sounds like a fun read! It seems as though there's a horror story on a regular basis where I work but nothing that really stands out.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Under His Protection (3:16am April 29, 2012):

I like alpha heroes they always seem so balanced and sexy, not at all like real life alpha wannabes who end up just being asses.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Untouched (2:10pm April 28, 2012):

Most songs that trigger memories with me are from my high school years. Now those were some wild times!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Enraptured (1:38am April 26, 2012):

Love, love, love the cover. It is gorgeous!
The first villain I thought of was Hannibal Lecter in Silence of the Lambs. That is my all time favorite movie.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: No Dress Required (12:27pm April 21, 2012):

I am one of those that HAS to read every book in a series; in order and back to back. I love being able to follow a couple the follow-up at a later time to see how they are faring.
Sounds like you've got a fun one going on.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Untouched (10:11pm April 20, 2012):

I like 1, 2 and 6. Of course, all of them would be great!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: One Month To Become A Mum (9:30pm April 19, 2012):

I enjoy a medical romance in a heartbeat something very intense about a doctor saving lives by day and romancing at night. Yep, I'm in!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Zen Man (9:08pm April 17, 2012):

I've wracked my brain and no one really jumps out at me. Of those listed, I would probably say Bruce Willis in Moonlighting...
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Plain Death (12:23pm April 14, 2012):

Congrats on all! You have the right attitude and it will take you far. Looking for the positive and turning hurdles into opportunities. Good for you!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (4:26pm April 12, 2012):

I don't have anything that I can think of. Boy, am I boring. I need to change that!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Illicit Intuitions (2:58pm April 10, 2012):

When I think to look I can lose so much time on Pinterest. I try to stay away because there's way too much to see. Much like Youtube and Facebook and Twitter and the internet and...I'd much rather lose myself in a book or some dreamy baby blues.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Devil and Miss Jones (9:49pm April 8, 2012):

I read everything I can get my hands on. Of course there are catchy titles and/or blurbs but as they say you can't judge a book by it's cover. You have to dive into the pages to get a true taste of the story.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Vigilare (12:31pm April 7, 2012):

Women today have to be tough/strong in order to survive so I don't think there is any such thing as "too tough". How else could we deal with everything that is thrown our way? There will always be people that think differently than you and even those that call strength weakness. Write/be who you are comfortable with and screw the rest. :)
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Lessons After Dark (6:35am April 6, 2012):

As I read your post the only thing I'm thinking is the curse could be worse. You're learning and growing so it can't be all bad. Enjoy it!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Wedded In Scandal (10:34am April 3, 2012):

Sounds like a great series!
I'm with you, the hero makes or breaks a story. The heroines and stories can change but all the heroes must be have a strength, both in body and mind. Probably because that is my fantasy man. I don't like a man that is weak or soft.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: In Search of Lucy (7:03pm March 31, 2012):

Interesting timing, lately I have been fighting the urge to take a road trip and drive until I find where I belong...
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: True Highland Spirit (10:43pm March 30, 2012):

I like heroes and heroines with strength, integrity and humor.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Believe It or Not (8:28pm March 22, 2012):

Names are big for me. I like creativity. I don't like names that make a character sound like my grandmother (or grandfather) or are too common.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Sticks and Stones (8:27am March 21, 2012):

Fun topic! I would enjoy writing a book with my best friend. She is always a riot and we have a similar outlook on people and life. It would be hilarious to put some of our observations about people to paper. Now you've got me thinkin'..hmmmm... :)
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Seal In Wolf's Clothing (10:15am March 16, 2012):

I immediately thought (hoped) hot, hard and intense kinda SEAL. I just finished a SEAL series and didn't want it to end so I'm definitely happy that I was right. Yay! Sounds like a great read.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: His Duty to Protect (7:41pm March 13, 2012):

Something very special about a man in uniform...
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Sweet Enemy (7:39pm March 6, 2012):

Sounds great! I always anticipate that "ah-ha moment". When they know they're sunk and there's not escaping the inevitable.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Obsidian (5:33pm March 3, 2012):

Great cover and excerpt.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Rodeo Man's Daughter (1:27am March 1, 2012):

I have never had much success with reunions but I love reading about them. :)
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Miss Hillary Schools a Scoundrel (10:25pm February 28, 2012):

One of the greatest changes in the last 200 years in schools is the technological advancements. There is so much information available at a students fingertips.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Donovan's Bed (10:29pm February 26, 2012):

Sounds like a great book! Multi-tasking is second nature for women and we always seem to get everything done and keep everyone happy while doing it. Superheroes if I've ever heard of one.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Clobbered By Camembert (7:53pm February 25, 2012):

Great list of titles, awesome imagination!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: King of Darkness (2:16pm February 22, 2012):

I have never been a coffee drinker but at one time I was severely addicted to caffeine through Pepsi. I finally went through all the withdrawals and have been Pepsi free for 5 years now. I drank clear sodas for awhile then decided it was too many wasted calories so I primarily drink water now.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Legacy Of Eden (9:33pm February 20, 2012):

There is no limit in space or time that an imagination cannot explore. It can be "real" or imaginary. I am always fascinated with fantasy or paranormal authors ability to come up with so many different worlds and ideas. If a mind can "see" it and you have the ability to write it then anything is possible.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Night Is Mine (11:10pm February 16, 2012):

My pivotal moment was when I realized that an abusive relationship I was trying to keep together for the sake of my children was doing more damage than good. It just hit me that I wasn't doing them any favors but in fact the opposite by showing both my son and daughter that it is OK for a man to treat a woman like their father did. I am proud to say that my son is a sweetheart (sometimes a little too sweet) with the females and my daughter puts up with no crap from a man. It's amazing what we can do when we "just do it".
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Secrets of the Knight (1:59am February 13, 2012):

The first paranormal romance movie that came to mind is Ghost.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Fitting End (10:25pm February 10, 2012):

My hook would be a dysfunctional family that is after the family fortune. I'm very familiar with the dysfunctional family not so much the fortune. :)
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Scandalous Countess (10:16pm February 9, 2012):

I cannot add to the argument of either of pick one. My only comment is that I have much more appreciation for any type of history now that I am older and am not reading it out of a textbook. It probably doesn't hurt that there is more romance and emphasis put on the handsome heroes. I'm a fan of both.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Stud (2:29am February 9, 2012):

Awesome series and great cover candy!
I have never been a fan of reading the book and watching the movie. Many, many years ago I had watched Thorn Birds then read the book and I was so disappointed so ff I read the book, I skip the movie and if I see the movie, I skip the book.

Re: Far from Here (4:16pm February 4, 2012):

Sadly I've been in a rut lately. I used to do a lot of crafts and cooking but I just can't find the time or energy to do it anymore. I hope that I can re-create the balance needed in order for me to get back on track because there was great satisfaction in knowing that I've created and completed something and sharing that with others. Fingers crossed.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Alpha Instinct (10:28pm February 2, 2012):

I love paranormals because there is so much imagination involved and there are such an easy escape to a whole new dimension.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Chosen By Sin (11:08pm January 31, 2012):

I'm intrigued to learn more.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Falling For The Fireman (2:45pm January 24, 2012):

I love the illusion of the hot, sexy fireman...unfortunately whenever I see a fire truck locally it always seems to be filled with older grey-haired men. Not that I have anything against older grey-haired men but I am definitely not looking for them on firetrucks. I think I'll do a net query for some hotties...
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Amazon Heat (10:54pm January 23, 2012):

Interesting timing, I just read a few shorts and was really disappointed that there wasn't more story developed because the characters were really likable. :( Normally I enjoy a quick read because there are times that I start a book and it takes me forever to finish it because of being pulled in too many directions. I think a series novella could be just what the busy calendar ordered.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Banshee Charmer (11:38am January 22, 2012):

In my heroes I look for strength, integrity, and a sense of humor. He must love animals, children, and old ladies. He needs to be sexual and sensual and know what and who he wants. Oh and easy on the eyes of course, broad shoulders and strong arms...*sigh*
It's a long list but it all plays an important part in his appeal.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Dreamers (2:17pm January 21, 2012):

Great teaser, definitely intriguing. Looking forward to learning more.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Fallen Queen (6:24pm January 20, 2012):

It must be quitting time. I read one that comes to mind and cannot think of the title which is not normal for me. Grrrr, now it's going to plague me until I remember it. Even so...sounds like a great read!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Sex, Lies and Surveillance (11:45pm January 19, 2012):

My favorite spy would have to be Jason Bourne, yumm-o!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Dylan (3:10pm January 15, 2012):

I thoroughly enjoyed Tyler's story and I am so looking forward to reading Dylan's story.

Good luck and happy writing!
Tracie~
luvnphrost@yahoo.com

Re: Hushed (3:49pm January 7, 2012):

This year I am focused on being more positive and proactive (a positive way of saying "stop procrastinating!).
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Demon Crossings (12:12pm January 5, 2012):

I am all about the fresh start and new beginnings. No matter how firmly I tell myself that everyday is a new beginning there's just something about a new year that makes it so much cleaner. Your book sounds like a wonderful read filled with hope and new beginnings!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Sweet Reward (7:53pm January 2, 2012):

I think that tortured characters add an extra dose of realism to any writing. To find someone without some kind of hurt or darkness in their past is almost impossible. Especially as we get older the more baggage we have and the more not so wonderful experiences we have it makes it harder to believe in something as pure as love. I want to believe! Your series gives hope that no matter how damaged a person is there's someone out there that cares enough to look past the damage to what's underneath all the armor. Looking forward to reading your series from start to finish without any rude interruptions like having to wait for the next release! :)
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Wild Thing (1:58am December 5, 2011):

I think the biggest attraction between opposites are that they tend to compliment each other in so many ways.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Baer Truth (7:38pm October 3, 2011):

Sounds like a fun read! I love finding new series and nothing beats a cowboy.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Chaos Tryst (3:16pm October 2, 2011):

One of my favorites was from a first date where the guy that gave the waitress his phone number when he paid the bill. He told me that just because things weren't going to work between us he didn't want it to be a wasted dinner. Truth is, I think she was about as impressed with him as I was...not so much.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Rake And The Recluse (10:32pm September 18, 2011):

Love the pics, yummy!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Tempted (10:49pm September 15, 2011):

What gorgeous cover art! I want to see, I mean know more. :)
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Dragon And The Pearl (8:28pm September 14, 2011):

There are times that I wish we were in a different time. People seem to take casual to the extreme nowadays and it just seems to be getting worse, from clothing to manners.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: No Proper Lady (2:36pm September 12, 2011):

I'm intrigued!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Kindling The Moon (3:02pm September 10, 2011):

I'm just starting to explore fantasy. I had always preferred the explainable until recently. I am looking for new paths to explore.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Wings of Fire (2:40am September 9, 2011):

I am so happy that there are creative authors that are able to come up with good reads because I definitely am not.
Love your cover art.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Deep Disclosure (2:07am September 7, 2011):

I spend most of my time living in the now. The past is best left there and it's hard enough to keep up with the now to try to live in the future. As long as I'm living I figure I'm doing alright!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Bel Air (5:19pm September 4, 2011):

I love a rich vanilla ice cream with caramel sauce. Mmmmm, mmmm, mmmm!

Re: Serendipity (10:45pm September 1, 2011):

I love all types of men. Variety is the spice of life!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Diaries Of An Urban Panther (9:08pm August 31, 2011):

I've been known to holler and throw things in the general direction of the predator.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Redeeming The Rogue (8:34pm August 30, 2011):

Interesting question you ask, I was recently wondering why there aren't more series that spend more time with specific characters. It would take a very creative mind and lovable characters but I'm sure there are plenty of both out there.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Claim Of Innocence (10:48pm August 29, 2011):

The email's I fear the most are from my daughter who is out of state attending college. I always know that when she emails it's usually about money. Thinking about it it's probably smart on her part because my first inclination is to say no and suggest she figure it out but given some time to think about it I can usually come up with a solution for her.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Ward Against Death (11:53am August 27, 2011):

Lately I've been asking myself the very same questions and I really can't think of my dream job. Currently I love what I am doing and who I work for so I think the only thing that could make it better would be to work from home. Maybe someday...
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Red's Hot Cowboy (1:56am August 24, 2011):

Yehaw! I love your cowboys!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Edge Of Grace (3:23pm August 21, 2011):

Persistence pays!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Fall From Pride (8:28am August 20, 2011):

I have not had any personal interactions with The Amish but I a have enjoyed many stories about them and look forward to many more.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Desire and Deception (11:46pm August 19, 2011):

I think we all have the ability to control who we are. If you're not happy with who you are only you can make the changes to become who you want to be.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Love Me Twice (10:54pm August 18, 2011):

I can get away with dancing free-style but not so much for ballroom or anything synchronized, not that I let that stop me though! If it has a beat I'll dance to it.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Deadly Obsession (11:16pm August 16, 2011):

I think my new hero is your husband. You are very blessed to have a man that cleans bathrooms regardless of his reasoning behind it. Enjoy and appreciate him!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Vampire Next Door (10:15pm August 15, 2011):

Sounds like a very fun read and loveable character!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Fezariu's Epiphany (12:37pm August 13, 2011):

I admire an author that can create a world of their own and support it through their craft.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Spycatcher (11:47pm August 11, 2011):

I think the man's experience and the story are intertwined. The story wouldn't be without the experience and the experience wouldn't be voiced without the story. You can't have one without the other. Sounds like an intriguing read.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Midnight Fear (5:35pm August 7, 2011):

OoOoOoO sounds like a series I need to read. Looking forward to the release.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Full Moon Bride (10:57pm August 1, 2011):

As so much has already been done it is refreshing to find a new path to explore.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Marked Son (4:36pm July 31, 2011):

Dreams are a very intriguing topic. Very interesting excerpt. Thanks for sharing.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Notorious (5:16pm July 29, 2011):

All of the above! Why only live a little when you can live a lot?
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: What A Goddess Wants (10:36am July 28, 2011):

I have admiration for anyone that can do what they need to do to do what they want to do. Too many people have 101 excuses as to why they can't when it only take one thing to make it happen. You go girl!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Touch If You Dare (1:42am July 21, 2011):

You had me at the cover and I have officially added a sexy tattoo to my wish-list of what I want in a man. Yumm-o!

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: In The Heat Of The Bite (10:01pm July 19, 2011):

I love your creative titles and gorgeous covers!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Night Walker (12:16pm July 18, 2011):

Tough question! First thought it to live forever and strive to make an impact. If I think about it too much I could probably talk myself out of it, however!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Spark of Death (1:16am July 15, 2011):

Sounds like an intriguing read!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Crepe Makers' Bond (6:36pm July 13, 2011):

Both looks and intelligence are relative. There is no absolute definition of either. What is beautiful or smart to one could be ugly and dumb to another. I am and always will be "just me".
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Magnificent Passage (10:29pm July 12, 2011):

I can't wait for the release of "Against the Storm"! This looks like a great read. I have added it to my to-read list. I'm been in an historical groove lately and this fits perfectly.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Loved By A Warrior (1:45pm July 6, 2011):

I think a myth is something that we want to believe where a legend is something that is fact. As for a curse, I think it's just an excuse for something unsavory. As for fear, that's a whole 'nother topic but I think we fear what we can't explain in all of the above.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Fallen (7:14pm June 29, 2011):

Way to intrigue!
I can't imagine how difficult it must be to work in law enforcement today or have to deal with a tragedy like Columbine. I can appreciate the protocols and rules that are in effect to protect the officers and public but obviously the situations that occur are not always "textbook" and have to be reevaluated frequently to keep up with the insanities of society.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Dying For Justice (7:49pm June 28, 2011):

My greatest fear is my children giving up too early and not accomplishing all that they are capable of. I love reading everything and anything that I can put my hands on. I can't really say that I like reading about any particular fear but I sure do like when it has a happy ending.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Missing Persons (3:19pm June 25, 2011):

You're sharing gave me chills! There is nothing worse than someone who has done something terrible but doesn't realize or accept that they have done wrong. Remorse and accountability are definitely not in their vocabulary.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Burning Skies (11:46pm June 24, 2011):

My favorite part about having wings would be to avoid rush hour traffic!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Demons Prefer Blondes (9:09pm June 20, 2011):

I love anything and everything. It's easier to relate to the realistic but sometimes it's nice to escape with an unrealistic story. Either is good for me.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Louisa And The Missing Heiress (7:48pm June 15, 2011):

If I'm really drawn to the characters in a book I always wonder what happens after the last page and hate to see it end.
Sounds like an interesting read.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Hard Bitten (10:03am June 14, 2011):

I love the library and have discovered some great authors there. Unfortunately it usually ends up costing me a fortune because then I want to read their back lists and all their new releases, cha ching! Love your cover art!
Good luck and happy writing.

Re: Money Shot (8:14pm June 10, 2011):

I like realistic dialogue with a dash of sarcasm. The exchanges have to feel natural and not scripted or I lose interest. Too much setting information can kill a story and bore me. It requires a very creative balance.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Heart of the Highland Wolf (2:12pm June 8, 2011):

If a Highlander werewolf looks like that cover candy then I am definitely on board. Woooweee!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Frostbound (3:16pm June 7, 2011):

Not many men around today that can take out villains let alone fix a leaky tap!
Sounds like a great read.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Forced to Kill (1:26am June 5, 2011):

This sounds like a great read. I have much respect for our SEALs. The passion they have for what they do has nothing to do with money or fame but defending America's safety.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Cover of Darkness (1:14am June 5, 2011):

I'm partial to military men! Cast them in a romance and I'm sold. Looking forward to reading more.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Soldier (2:14pm June 2, 2011):

Family is a funny thing. I love my family members who are unconditional in their support and love but I sure wouldn't mind losing THE family member who has something negative to say about everyone and everything they do. Way too much wasted emotion and energy for me.
I try my best to be unconditional in my support and loyalty to my family (and friends) or just keep my mouth shut.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Gin & Chowder Club (10:10pm May 30, 2011):

There definitely aren't many books available that the boy doesn't get the girl and they get their HEA.
Looking forward to reading more. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Jump (10:07pm May 27, 2011):

Sounds like a very emotional read. Thank you so much for sharing about WPBP. I will be contacting them to see if I can find some books that are appropriate for donation.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Courtesan's Guide to Getting Your Man (12:15pm May 26, 2011):

Who says sins are a bad thing??!! They all sound like winners to me!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: SEALed Forever (11:30pm May 20, 2011):

Those serving the military don't do it for the money or the recognition and in today's society that says a LOT. Love to see the unsung heroes honored in an capacity.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: It Happened On Maple Street (12:36pm May 19, 2011):

Kudos to you for touching such a controversial subject. We have all been touched by DV one way or another and it is always a difficult one to address. If you give even one person the strength to stand up and seek protection in a violent situation it's a success in my book. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Awaken The Highland Warrior (3:09am May 18, 2011):

Love the cover candy!
Thinking about it I guess it could go either way. An author writes themselves in their character because they are most comfortable with it but I believe the more creative authors creates their characters based on how they want people to be. They both have their places but if an author can't step outside of themselves they limit their variety and potentially their reader base.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Grimoire (8:13pm May 15, 2011):

I love a secondary character that contributes enough to the story to make me want to see them as a primary in their own story. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Deadly Promises (5:52pm May 14, 2011):

SEALs are an incredible group, the elite of the elite.

Re: Total Abandon (5:45pm April 30, 2011):

Congrats on the triple play of releases!
I think the convenience of ebooks is wonderful especially when the itch for a book strikes me at 2 in the morning but I just don't get the emotional connection when reading them that I do with a print book.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Heart of Deception (10:49am April 29, 2011):

I don't wear hats but I love seeing the "church ladies" in theirs and they definitely have HATTITUDE. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: My Favorite Countess (9:48am April 28, 2011):

I love House. He is such an ass to cover that he truly cares about people. Like so many men I know. *SMH*

Re: Never A Gentleman (4:49pm April 26, 2011):

I have not yet read "Never A Gentleman" but I am intrigued. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Alchemy of Desire (4:57pm April 25, 2011):

I like MEN. I think that every type of man has a place. ;)

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Hidden Embers (3:10am April 22, 2011):

Spring is my favorite season, I like the mild temperatures, the longer days, and all the new greenery sprouting up. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Tangled Threads (5:45pm April 18, 2011):

Thinking about all the shows I like or have liked and across the board they all had delicious men cast. My current must sees are the original Criminal Minds (Shemar Moore) and Hawaii Five-O (Alex O'Laughlin). My week is not complete without my fix.

Good luck and happy writing!

Re: A Marriage of Inconvenience (9:45pm April 16, 2011):

I am definitely a control freak and I am always organizing and re-organizing things. Yikes, maybe a little OCD too... Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Demons Are A Girl's Best Friend (7:04pm April 12, 2011):

I like witch books because there is never a dull scene. They're usually full of mystery and spells. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Haunting Desire (10:40am April 6, 2011):

You always have the yummiest covers! Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Shadow Guard (11:23am April 5, 2011):

Difficult to pick just one! I think I would like to meet every character as I read the books so that I had a definite visual of the author's vision. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Rock Hard (12:14pm April 4, 2011):

Sounds like a HOT read! I love the excerpt, smoking. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: The Return Of Black Douglas (5:48pm April 1, 2011):

I always find it interesting the many different terms that are interchangeable when referring to lineage and region and those that are not interchangeable but we try to use them as if they are. I read all types of books but right now I am on an historical kick. Love, love, love a man in a kilt!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Tyler (5:30pm March 17, 2011):

I can't pass up a cowboy or a book with a cowboy in it. Sounds like a great read!
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: So Close The Hand Of Death (11:47pm March 15, 2011):

If everything I hold dear was in jeopardy I would do whatever necessary to protect it, without hesitation. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: It Happened One Bite (12:32pm March 14, 2011):

Sounds like a great read. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Animal Magnetism (6:22pm March 5, 2011):

Love the cover and blurb! Wishing you good luck and happy writing!

Re: Treasure Me (1:45am March 3, 2011):

Thanks for sharing yourself with us, Robyn!

I enjoy reading about authors. It's always interesting to see how their personalities are reflected in their writing. I especially like to learn the process they use to build their characters and story lines.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Storm Of Reckoning (9:27pm February 19, 2011):

LOL @ your climbing a tree to read a book. Sounds much like me when I was younger. My mother wanted me doing my chores. I learned early to be very fast and efficient and always carried a book with me to read whenever/wherever I could.
Good luck and happy writings!

Re: Breaking the Rules (8:26pm February 12, 2011):

I have had a blow job which is served in a shot glass and drank without hands, they are delicious but like their namesake are done too fast. :)
My preference is Sex on the Beach. It goes down sooo smooth. Usually it's the people over hearing my drink order that have funny reactions. It's definitely a conversation starter.
Max looks yummy and books sounds great. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Dangerous Secrets (1:51pm February 11, 2011):

My children and I "temporarily" moved back in with my mother in 2000. As much as I didn't want to at the time it allowed me to do a lot of things for my children that I wouldn't have been able to if I had not. My daughter is fulfilling her dream attending UNLV to become a psych major. My son is currently a senior in high school and is able to focus on studies and basketball and has aspirations to play college ball and study engineering. It's been a challenge and I think that he will probably leave home before I do but I am so glad that I made the choice and was able to minimize expenses and spend my time with them.

Dangerous Secrets looks like a great read. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Everyone Loves A Hero (2:19pm February 2, 2011):

I don't think of it as heroism but my friends and family are constantly seeking my support and advice when handling challenges because I stay calm and positive. I like to think I'm doing something right and maybe someone's everyday hero. Sounds like a great read.
Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Burning Darkness (4:09pm January 31, 2011):

I consider an "unforgivable" act committed by a hero or heroine to include an act of violence or neglect towards a child.

Re: Wild Man Creek (6:01pm January 29, 2011):

I love all of your books, I'm sure this will be no different. Good luck and happy writing!

Re: Warrior (3:53pm September 11, 2010):

My best fan moment was sitting next to David Justice during a high school basketball game.

Re: Atlantis Betrayed (8:16pm August 31, 2010):

Congratulations and much luck!

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