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A welcome second chance… Or a recipe for disaster?


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It might be impossible to put out these flames…Good thing this cowboy can handle the sparks.


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Dead To Me.


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After suffering a horrific injury that threatens to end his career, Baden Oulett is about to learn that sometimes a fresh start is just what the doctor ordered.


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42 comments posted.

Re: His Last Duchess (1:37pm October 28, 2011):

Thanks for sharing some insights into your life as a writer!
And ... cute dog :-D !!

Re: Romancing The Countess (1:36pm October 28, 2011):

I don't think a romance novel inspired me to do something,
learn something new, etc ... though what it always does is to
give me confidence that my own Mr Darcy is somewhere out there
:-) 1

Re: Murder By Mocha (4:15pm September 20, 2011):

Oh I love mysteries! I just bought "Holiday Grind" and am
really looking forward to reading it, especially with
Christmas (almost) around the corner :-D !
BTW The Haunted Bookshop mysteries sound fantastic too!!

Re: Fall From Pride (11:57am August 20, 2011):

Several years ago, while visiting a friend in PA, she
introduced me to a Amish family - it was quite a fascinating
experience. Would love to read your book!

Re: Spycatcher (3:39pm August 11, 2011):

Well, I'd say both are important :-) !

Re: Making Waves (4:05pm August 8, 2011):

What an interesting and sizzling mix of characters ...
wouldn't it be cool if they made a movie of your book and they
ALL played in it? :-D

Re: A Spark of Death (12:05pm July 15, 2011):

What an eery book cover - love it!

Re: Night Veil (1:20pm June 29, 2011):

Batman because he's a superhero without superpowers. I mean, having supernatural powers is easy to use on heroic things, but not having them makes a person even more heroic.

Re: Dying For Justice (1:19pm June 29, 2011):

My greatest fear is definitely loosing someone dear to me. Other than that ... hmmm, I don't do heights very well and I'm not all too fond of spiders in my vicinity either.

Re: Fallen (1:17pm June 29, 2011):

Wow this must have been so exciting to be able to watch that training! And it obviosuly makes for a great opeing scene in your book too!!

Re: Blood Of The Wicked (7:00am June 14, 2011):

It's shocking to see how knowledge that helped people was considered witchcraft. Glad those dark times are over!

Re: Hard Bitten (6:58am June 14, 2011):

The library in my hometown sucks big time, but then, of course, there are bookstores, yay!! Great suggestions!

Re: Heart of the Highland Wolf (3:33pm June 8, 2011):

I just finished reading Six Moon Summer and now I really want to sink my teeth into another werewolf book. Thanks for the chance!

Re: The Soldier (3:36am June 3, 2011):

I think it's true that you can't choose your family, but you can choose your friends and make them your family. That's not to say my family is that bad, but well, I have a family of choice :-) !

Re: Wickedly Charming (7:03am May 17, 2011):

I love modern version on fairy tales as much as I still love the good old fashioned Grimm's tales!!

Re: Ashes Of The Earth (7:01am May 17, 2011):

The sad thing is that I really think movies and/or books that deal with post-apocalyptic world aren't just wild fictions in the end and that in fact worlda presented there (apart from the zombies, maybe) will be spot on.

Re: The Hat (2:59am May 9, 2011):

Thanks for sharing such a personal memory of your mother!
As for myself, I am still making memories with my Mom (I don't even want to think about her some day not being there anymore). We have always, and still do, love to travel together and those are certainly the best memories of the two of us together.

Re: Bastian (7:52am May 2, 2011):

Well, I did find love after friendship, though it was only on my part *sigh*. And in the end the friendship didn't hold either ...

Re: The Legend Of Michael (7:51am May 2, 2011):

A strong character and a big heart.

Re: The Devil in Disguise (12:20pm April 24, 2011):

Obviously I love to read about new books and also new projects. Some more personal stuff, like photos of yourself sitting by the pool writing, would be neat too :-D !!

Re: Cowboy Fever (10:28am April 13, 2011):

I am a huge fan of Doris Egan's Gates of Ivory Trilogy (which no one really seems to know, but is a fantastic book) - so I'd love to be the main character Theodora and my hero would be Ran Cormallon of the same book.

Re: Collision Course (12:25pm April 8, 2011):

Oh, I grew up with sci-fi too! And I haven't lost my love for the genre either.

Re: Snowball in Hell (12:19pm April 8, 2011):

Boring? Well, I suppose some authors might not have the gift of generally writing intersting books, but to claim that a whole genre is boring is just wrong!

Re: Rock Hard (8:32am April 4, 2011):

Sounds intriguing - would love to read this book!

Re: Sink or Swim (5:33pm March 26, 2011):

I love mysteries, yet I've never read one about a reality show - would love to read your book :-) !

Re: Hummingbird Lake (3:38am March 23, 2011):

Congrats on the new baby!
BTW I wouldn't know how to condense 400 pages into two sentences either, hahaha! If all you mean to say can be said in two sentences than why write a book? Sooo ... people should just read the book and not get hooked up on a short blurb.

Re: Laird of Darkness (3:36am March 23, 2011):

Oh I love strong and unconventional heroines in books - the premise of your new book really intrigues me :-) !

Re: Highland Heat (5:05am March 22, 2011):

Sounds like a great book and in my opinion there's nothing wrong with taming that highland earl *lol*.

Re: Angel Sister (12:22pm March 19, 2011):

Your 21st book and I haven't even read one *hangs her head in shame* but now I'd sure love to!!

Re: An Unlikely Countess (12:21pm March 19, 2011):

Actually I like reading about both sides, not necessarily in the same book though :-) 1

Re: So Close The Hand Of Death (6:25am March 15, 2011):

If everything you held dear was suddenly in jeopardy, I'd probably discover a whole new side to myself. At least I hope I'd be as brave as I need to be in such a situation.

Re: It Happened One Bite (7:46am March 14, 2011):

Sounds like a great book and I really love the title :-D !

Re: Angel's Rest (3:44am March 12, 2011):

Congrats on your virginial new books :-) !

Re: A Taste of Seduction (1:22pm March 11, 2011):

I'm amazed how you were able to let your creativity reign in your situation! Be well!!

Re: Taste Me (12:39pm March 10, 2011):

I wouldn't even know where to begin with my own list, but Marion Zimmer Bradley is definitely on it!

Re: Seducing The Governess (1:14pm March 8, 2011):

Books are such a wonderful thing - they entertain you and they teach you! Though I can't imagine reading while exercising on a stationary bike *lol*.

Re: Staying At Daisy's (5:55am March 7, 2011):

Oh it's good to see you here, Jill! I've read quite a number (though not all - I'm a bit behind with the "older" ones) of your books and love them. Am currently really looking forward to your newest book "To the moon and back" :-) !
Keep up the good work, and before I forget, the book covers are just adorable!

Re: Scandal of the Year (4:40am March 6, 2011):

Great guest post!! And congrats on the new release!

Re: Animal Magnetism (4:39am March 6, 2011):

I'm obviously going to the wrong supermarket *lol*:

Re: Treasure Me (11:53am March 3, 2011):

Oh I love it all - writing the beginning and the end are extra special, but so is everything in between. The only thing I really don't like is revising, but oh well.

Re: Wicked Seduction (3:58am March 2, 2011):

It's good to know that I'm not the only one slightly obsessed (and possessed) by characters I create in my books. And yes, I talk to them and most importantly they talk back (though admittedly, this has almost always improved the story).

Re: Against the Law (4:19pm March 1, 2011):

Hope to be where you are in 25 years! And I agree, believing in yourself is the most important thing. That, and being a good story-teller, of course :-) !

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