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Is it possible to fall in love in the afterlife? The question is answered in this exciting new paranormal romantic suspense from USA TODAY Bestselling Author, Maureen A. Miller.

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When someone from her past comes to town to cause trouble, Kari Stuart and her sassy kitten Queenie will have to work hard to protect the Serenity Sanctuary in this new Catskills Pet Rescue Mystery.

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When it comes to killing, practice makes perfect!

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Her first big case Could be her last.

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An emotional novel about first love, second chances, and what it means to follow your heart!

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Bestselling author Jennifer Estep continues her Gargoyle Queen epic fantasy series where magic reigns, alliances are tested, and a dangerous attraction could tear down a throne. . .

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5 comments posted.

Re: Naked Edge (12:39pm March 2, 2010):

Hi, Kelly — How fun that you're the one who likes football and sports. LOL! That's not something you hear about every day.

Rosemary, congratulations on 40+ years! That's extraordinary! I would imagine that being together over that length of time would change you both. Good for you!

Brenda, it sounds like you and your husband have a very strong marriage. So often we tear apart those closest to us when we're under stress rather than being there for each other. I'm glad you've been able to weather the tough times together. :-)

Thanks for your comments, everyone! Good luck in the contest. I can't wait to share NAKED EDGE with all of you!

Re: Naked Edge (12:35pm March 2, 2010):

G. Bisbjerg — What's most important is that you and your husband understand why you're together. Everyone else can go ahead and be confused. :-)

Lisa, that's so funny! I got a birthday card from a reader that had a cartoon of a husband and wife on the front. The wife asks the husband why he doesn't turn off the TV and read a book. And he answers, "Because I don't have to go to the bathroom now." LOL!!!

Diane, congratulations on those 31 years! That's a long time. Good for you! It sounds like you two balance each other out.

Re: Naked Edge (12:32pm March 2, 2010):

Mary, I agree that most couples need to agree on some of the most basic stuff -- how to raise kids, where to live, that kind of thing.

Hi, Missy Grace — Amazing that you've known your husband for that long! And funny that you thought you would never end up with a man like him. We never know where life will take us, do we?

Gladys, I didn't meet anyone even remotely interesting. It was a complete waste of time, in fact.

Re: Naked Edge (12:29pm March 2, 2010):

As you say, Tanja — it does make life more interesting. :-)

Kelli Jo, that's so funny! We have a fair amount of that vote canceling going on in my family. Pretty much my entire family, counting brothers, sister and my kids, cancels each other out. LOL!

Re: Naked Edge (12:28pm March 2, 2010):

Gladys, I'm so glad you found the right man for you. How fun that you turned out to be opposites in so many ways.

Reading through all of these posts I was amazed at the number of you who pointed out significant differences. :-)

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