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39 comments posted.
Re: An Inconvenient Duke (9:18pm February 27):
Witty repartee/dialogue and humour.
Re: Highland Sword (8:06pm February 14):
Baking since it often requires measuring ingredients beforehand.
Re: The Kissing Game (8:14pm February 7):
Like the description of the characters.
Re: Whiteout (10:07pm February 5):
Although, I live in Canada, I live closer to the US border. I do not think I would be able to cope in the Antarctic wilderness.
Re: The Reluctant Rake (3:14am October 30, 2019):
Although I enjoy reading historicals, I like living in the
present time. I would prefer less dependence on technology,
but being able to download hundreds of ebooks is convenient.
Re: Heiress Gone Wild (11:00pm October 2, 2019):
I do not have a slow cooker, but I would make soups or stews
for cold days.
Re: How to Cross a Marquess (4:37am August 29, 2019):
Looking forward to the heated dialogue between the two main
Re: The Body in Griffith Park (3:35am July 20, 2019):
Just placed a request on the two previous books in this series
at my local library.
Re: Pure Chocolate (1:30am April 20, 2019):
Make it about ganache (MIAG). Thanks.
Re: Foul Play on Words (7:52pm April 13, 2019):
I enjoy funny dialogue and quirky characters.
Re: A Lord Apart (1:25am March 28, 2019):
Love the cover
Re: Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish (6:15pm December 14, 2018):
I love the bright decorations and music.
Re: Earl to the Rescue (2:48am December 1, 2018):
Love the dress colour.
Re: The Silent Wife (1:44pm November 14, 2018):
Family secrets can keep readers engrossed in the novel.
Re: Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses (9:55pm October 31, 2018):
Enjoy reading Christmas stories.
Re: How the Earl Entices (3:03am September 13, 2018):
Lovely cover. I am a fan of Regency romances.
Re: Jordan Reclaimed (10:29pm February 28, 2017):
I like series written by Mary Balogh, Elizabeth Hoyt and JD Robb.
Re: His Prairie Sweetheart (9:10pm July 31, 2016):
Fan of historicals
Re: Unbreakable Hope (9:07pm July 31, 2016):
Re: Against the Tide (10:28pm May 31, 2015):
Living in Vancouver, British Columbia provides many opportunities for camping whether it is Vancouver Island, the Okanagan or Rockies
Re: Duchess By Mistake (10:11pm April 22, 2015):
I don't have an opinion of "marriage of convenience" situations, but I believe many marriages were "arranged" (similar to modern day pre-nuptial agreements)during the Regency era.
Re: A Touch of Passion (10:01pm April 22, 2015):
Present day Belgium
Re: A Horse for Kate (11:45pm April 10, 2015):
My niece who is 14 years old loves to read. She also writes her own stories.
Re: Love Redesigned (10:47pm December 17, 2014):
As a Jane Austen fan living in Canada, yes.
Re: Seducing the Princess (11:37pm December 16, 2014):
I like happy endings. As for don't like, perhaps death of a good character.
Re: The Gentleman Jewel Thief (9:34pm December 12, 2014):
Re: Waking Up Joy (11:23pm December 6, 2014):
I do not know if I am addicted, but I am always reading around three books at any one time. I usually prefer regency (historical), but I also like contemporary or mystery.
Re: Hard to Come By (9:13pm November 26, 2014):
Hard to Come By would be the first read
Re: Play Me Wild (9:12pm November 26, 2014):
Currently reading Madeline Hunter. On the library's waiting list for J.D.
Robb's newest release.
Re: No Promises Required (10:13pm November 18, 2014):
Bad boys can be fun, but prefer funny guys
Re: A Spy Unmasked (12:32pm November 14, 2014):
Re: Madeleine?s Christmas Wish (11:51pm October 28, 2014):
Enjoy Christmas reads.
Re: No Ordinary Home (10:10pm October 14, 2014):
Social media has been used to create celebrities as well as invade the privacy. Individual boundaries/attitudes differ with the use of personal recording devices. Laws will have to change.
Re: Soul Painter (8:24pm October 3, 2014):
Looks like a good read for Halloween
Re: Always a Rogue, Forever Her Love (5:56pm September 17, 2014):
Re: Her Secret, His Surprise (6:42pm July 30, 2014):
Re: A Lady's Secret Weapon (9:23pm October 18, 2013):
I am a fan of historicals. Elizabeth Hoyt currently writes histoical romances with a bit of mystery and suspense.
Re: A Christmas Bride / Christmas Beau (6:38pm November 27, 2012):
Looking forward to the two books in one for Christmas
Re: The Secret Mistress (4:37pm July 31, 2012):
Whether alpha or beta males are the lead characters, please keep on writing.