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"COLD FURY defines the modern romantic thriller."�-�NYT�bestselling author Jayne Ann Krentz

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Romance writer and reluctant cop navigate sparks during fateful ride-alongs.

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135 comments posted.

Re: Wild Encounter (4:45pm October 7, 2012):

I would do or use whatever I could to get free including killing anyone who tried to kill me. If anyone in my family was kidnapped I would fight just as hard to free them. Can't wait to read your book.

Re: Construction Beauty Queen (4:02pm September 29, 2012):

I grew up in a large town but always thought I would love to live in a small town. There would always be someone to help you if you needed help and to boost you when you were low.
Love this story line and can't wait to read.

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (9:41pm September 28, 2012):

Wow, sounds like a great book and one I would love to read. I love h&h who do all for family and are rewarded themselves. Thanks for the opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: A Brew To A Kill (12:45pm August 8, 2012):

Looking forward to another great cozy. Enjoy your posts and receipes. Great coffee mug or tea mug.

Re: Married By Midnight (9:29pm August 3, 2012):

I would still read the series and hope that the author can find an opportunity to write another book in the series.I realize that the publisher holds most of the cards and the author has to abide by them or go elsewhere. I have not read any of this series and would love to win the 1st 3. Thanks for the opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: I Own The Dawn (9:14pm August 2, 2012):

I love Military stories and the Spcl Ops are one of my favorite branches. Then add a woman to assist in the adventure and I am in love with the book. I like the unexpected that I find in my books that make me laugh, or cry or that special part where the h&h realize they have to work together but it is ok to have feelings for each other. I am looking forward to reading "I Own The Dawn" and you are a new author for me to read.

Re: Wicked At Heart (10:41am July 28, 2012):

Loved your post. So much great info. Looking forward to reading Wicked at Heart.

Re: Four Sisters, All Queens (9:35pm July 14, 2012):

I never realized the 4 were sisters. We did not study this indepth back in the 50-60's. They sound like amazing women. Their story sounds very interesting and I would like to read.
Thanks for the opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: Dark Crossings (9:54am July 11, 2012):

Hi Karen, I love Amish stories, suspense, mystery, romance and toss them all together and Dark Crossings has to be a great story. Looking forward to reading and have on my wish list. I love the Amish way of life where they keep things simple yet nourishing their soul, family and friends.

Re: Honorable Rancher (6:50pm June 21, 2012):

I can remember my Mom reading when I was very young. I was sick often and unable to keep up with the other kids so I began reading at an early age when I could not play outside. Books have always offered me a way to get out of my world and into another with adventure, romance, historical, suspense, mystery,and thrillers. I am 69 now and I have read 1000's of books and given over 1800 to local Friends of the Library. I am sure I have read over 1,000 from the Library and others I bought, traded, won, or had given to me.
Would love to read your books.

Re: No Ordinary Sheriff (11:57pm June 17, 2012):

Sounds like a great book and I will be adding to my wish list. Thanks,

Re: Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal (4:59pm May 4, 2012):

I guess I lead a boring life without impossible decisions. Would love to win your book. Thanks.

Re: A Plain Death (5:03pm April 15, 2012):

That's Awesome Amanda. Not just one but 2 series, Wow. Congratulations and can't wait to read "Murder in a Basket" which I already have on my wish list.

Re: Woodrose Mountain (2:38pm April 4, 2012):

I love stories about hope and second chances. Thanks for the opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: The Rogue Pirate's Bride (1:02pm February 24, 2012):

I love romance so I do read for the HEA. But I also like a little mystery or suspense that has the H&H fighting for truth and justice but also for their love and realizing it is the forever kind of love.
Love your books and Lord and Lady Spy was great. Keep em' coming.

Re: Courting His Favorite Nurse (12:53pm February 21, 2012):

I love second chance stories and can't wait to read yours. I have a short bucket list and did go to England and Scotland in 2001 for 14 days with my sister and cousin. We tried to see so much but I would like to go back again. Thanks for the opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: A Scandalous Countess (8:01pm February 12, 2012):

I love both but I would not want to wear all those layers without air conditioning. I would spend all my time fainting. lol I love well dressed men and those in heels looked better and I am sure they did not hunt in them, did they? I love your books ladies so please keep writing.

Re: One Book In The Grave (12:39pm February 1, 2012):

I love Cozy Mysteries and have One Book In The Grave on my wish list. I do visit authors blogs and enter giveaways and have won a number of books in the last few yrs. The latest was 3 Cozies, Plan Bee, Royal Pains and It Takes A Witch a Bookin' With Bingo blog. I am looking forward to receiving and reading.

Re: The King's Mistress (10:54am December 17, 2011):

The only thing I could remember was Mistletoe is actually a parasite so thanks for all the info about Mistletoe. Sounds like a great story and one I plan to read.
Merry Christmas to all..

Re: Busted in Bollywood (8:46pm December 3, 2011):

My favorite finger food is Wedding Cookies, sugar cookies, fruitcake cookies, etc.

Re: The Earl's Mistaken Bride (1:45am November 30, 2011):

I love this story already. Give me a stubborn lady and a strong will man and watch the sparks fly. lol
Thanks for the opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: She Can Run (1:42am November 30, 2011):

I love romance, add a dash of mystery or suspense and I am in Heaven. Thanks for the opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: Until There Was You (6:50pm November 16, 2011):

Hi Kristen, I love this story already. Second chances can be great and not so great but hoping this one will be a HEA. Great review and adding to my wish list. Maybe I will be the winner. lol
Thanks for the fab giveaway.

Re: The Highlander's Heart (6:31pm November 16, 2011):

Hi Amanda, I love to read about Highlander's and can't wait to read your latest. I like a good romance mixed with a dab or mystery and a little suspense. I do like the heroine making the hero walk the line. lol Looking forward to reading about this great pair.

Re: Haunting Embrace (9:04pm October 22, 2011):

I love a hero that fights for what he wants and a heroine that fights for what she wants, then stands beside him to fight together. Can't wait to read this series.

Re: The Norse King's Daughter (9:41pm September 30, 2011):

I have read 10-12 of your books and loved them all. I think it was either late 90's or early 2000 that I read them. Ordered few and got some at our local Friends of the Library "Old Book Sale". I love both romance and mystery, suspense, thrillers. I was in a slump few weeks ago as I was reading lots of mystery, etc. and just couldn't find a book I wanted to read even with all the romance books I had so I went to Amazon and got one and more at our local New & Used Book Store. I go through phases were I read only romance then only mystery, etc. I now have supply of both so hopefully I will not go into a slump again soon. lol
I would love to read the trio you are giving away as I have not read any of them. Thanks for the great giveaway. I have been reading over 60 yrs and now that I am retired I read even more so constantly looking for great bargin buys. misskallie2000

Re: The Wedding Affair (7:53pm September 6, 2011):

I love your Doll House. I know you will enjoy furnishing it. I gave my daughter a doll house back in the late 60's but not as beautiful as yours. I also like your tea table or maybe what's one it? lol. Have read some of your books but need to read more. lol

Re: Redeeming The Rogue (4:45pm August 30, 2011):

I loved the Wild Wild West Series so I know I will enjoy reading your book. I do like mystery, suspense and romance all mixed together to make a great story. Would love to win your giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Re: The Orphan Sister (3:59pm August 17, 2011):

Because of this Hot, Hot summer in the South I have spent only an 1 or 2 working in my yard each day. I have read, read and read all Summer long and tried to keep up with the blogs I follow. When I do travel it is usually in the Spring or Fall and travel with my sister and cousin. I would love to read The Orphan Sister. I grew up with an older sister and younger brother so I always felt like an orphan or that I was adopted. lol
Thanks for the opportunity to enter your giveaway.

Re: Spycatcher (1:17pm August 11, 2011):

Because you were a spy and experienced the real world of spies you can write not only a believable story but one with excitement and suspense. Would love to read your book. I am a mystery, suspense reader and love thrills also.

Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (11:30pm July 25, 2011):

I love regency romance books. I can't wait to read this one. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Over the pass 60 yrs I have found many errors and have had a lot of great laughs. I have a Kindle and have found several oops in the last week. Some were just grammer errors and some were the wrong words. lol

Re: Fallen (1:46pm June 29, 2011):

Never really thought about the GBI having mock battles with kids in a school. I would have been terrified and in shock to witness this. I would hope I would regain my senses enough to help should I be ask to assist. I live in GA..
I would love to win Fallen and get another dose of the action of mystery, suspense and terror. Thanks for the giveaway.

Re: City Of Promise (8:20pm June 23, 2011):

I have been reading alot this summer (between working in yard and my plants). Being retired should mean even more reading than usual but but I only read 3-4 books a week. I am reading "A Stray Drop of Blood" by Roseanna M. White now and really enjoying. Just finished reading "Hunter's Moon" by Don Hoesel and "Agatha Raisin and The Haunted House" cute series. I love mystery, suspense and of course romance. Would love to win one of your books..

Re: Forced to Kill (7:15pm June 5, 2011):

I love military men and women and admire them greatly. I can't wait to read Nathan McBride's story.
Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Re: Angel Sister (9:22am March 18, 2011):

This sounds like such a sweet book and can't wait to read. So glad your Mom knows Angel Sister is based on her life. Thanks for this opportunity to enter.

Re: Emily And Einstein (7:08pm March 16, 2011):

She is Emily's step-sister and named Jordan.
Can't wait to read..Thanks Linda and Jen.

Re: Deadly Heat (4:35pm January 22, 2011):

I like my romance novels With a dark edge?, and Humorous. I love to laugh so when I need a pick me up I love to have humor in the book I am reading. If I want a serious mystery romance I like a dark edge. Of course having both in the same book would be great. I would love to win Deadly Heat. Sounds like a great mystery. Thanks

Re: Pleasure Me (5:36pm January 14, 2011):

I love a book that draws me in from the very first chapter and keeps me reading even if I need to stop and take care of something else. Pleasure Me sounds like this kind of book and I will not want to put it down once I begin reading but I know I will enjoy reading every page. Thanks

Re: Cowboys Never Cry (7:09pm December 30, 2010):

I love discovering the characters way of thinking or acting and the interaction among the characters. That is what makes a book a great book. The author has to pull it all together and make a great story. I can understand why authors do pull in some characteristics familiar to them into their characters as they are what they know about. I love cowboys and HEA.

Re: Deadly Identity (6:46pm December 30, 2010):

I kept a diary from the age of 8 or 9 until I married in 1963. After marriage I would write down things going on in my life or other interesting happenings in the world. I did this for 25 yrs. I still do type up what is happening in my life or children or grandaughters life. I have always wanted to write but don't think I can do so with success until I get my own life in order and remove some of the stress. lol.. How do you remove stress? The hope that things will be better is what I keep hoping for. I have written a couple of short stories but need to edit again. The dreaded editing.. One day I will get this done until then I will read the great books by great authors both new and old. I am sure I have read a number of your books since I have been an avid reader for over 60 yrs.
Keep up your writing and hope some of your former students continue with theirs and one day I may read their work.

Re: Pay Up (3:10pm December 23, 2010):

I want to love my hero and like my heroine as you state. I like the heroine to be more down to earth and have failings as we do. I don't like a heroine who is perfect or a hero that is perfect. The flaws are what make the character and the story more human and not a fairy tale. I of course love HEA endings.
Thanks for this opportunity to enter your giveaway.

Re: The Irish Warrior (2:40pm December 21, 2010):

"Frankly my Dear, I don't give a damm".. That is one line I will never forget. My mind is drawing a blank about any others. lol.. Could it be old times??
Thanks for the opportunity to enter to win your awesome giveaway.
Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and Happy and Safe New Year.

Re: Precious and Fragile Things (11:37pm December 17, 2010):

I love romance but also like mystery and suspense. This book sounds like a great suspense story and I would love to win. Thanks for this opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: Outrageously Yours (11:23pm November 30, 2010):

Sounds great and would love to win. Thanks..

Re: Gemini Night (11:14am November 27, 2010):

Thanks for the great info. I never realized how hard an author has to work to write their book. All the research involved is really staggering. I applaud all of you for writing so many great books. I love mystery mixed with romance and I would love to win one of your books since I have not read any to date. Thanks for this opportunity to enter giveaway.

Re: Swift Justice (9:08pm November 17, 2010):

I use to decorate alot for Christmas but now with kids grown and grandaughter living out of state I don't do that much. My living room is so small there is no room even for a small tree but I put a table top tree in the 2 front rooms to pass as a big I would start buying or layawaying in Aug but don't have much to buy now. I miss the old Christmas but all the kids in family are grown and live out of town and parents go to their home now. Just my 2 and me for holidays and Christmas now.

Re: The Christmas Clock (12:50pm November 15, 2010):

I love Christmas stories and try to get 2-3 new ones each yr and this has got to be one of the best from what I read. I would love to win your The Christmas Clock. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Re: Deadly Intent (10:31pm November 11, 2010):

I love mystery with romance and your book sounds like a great book I would love to read.
Thanks for the opportunity to enter and maybe I will be the lucky winner.

Re: The Forever Queen (10:18pm November 11, 2010):

I had not heard of Queen Emma until now. Wow, she really was a spunky lady. I would love to win this book. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Re: Holiday Grind (12:20pm November 6, 2010):

Great receipes and I will be trying out soon. Would love to read your book.

Re: The Devil She Knows (12:17pm November 6, 2010):

My favorite place from childhood was my Grannie Brown's house. Cousins and family would gather for great cooking then opening gifts. After that the kids would put on a record and dance. Anytime we were at her house was fun. She would dress up and go out back door and knock on front door asking for work. She would put on a show for us. We would put up sheets and have puppet shows and all kinds of fun. Of course this ended when she died in 1967 but I still remember. Sometime her brothers would be there and play guitar and fiddle and sing.

Re: The Making of a Gentleman (10:18pm October 20, 2010):

I love almost all types of music and it does make the world go round. This book sounds like my kind of book. I love romance with a little mystery and would love to win. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Re: Grave Witch (2:03am October 18, 2010):

Wow, this does sound like a great book and I would love to win. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Re: Highland Hellcat (11:09am October 15, 2010):

I love hot tea and usually drink green tea but also drink different berry teas and other varieties. I also drink lots of water and sometimes even drink Sprite.
This sounds like a great book and one I would love to read.

Re: The Spy Who Saved Christmas (4:17pm October 5, 2010):

My hobbies are gardening, flowers, and reading.
To relax I also go to my yard and work or sit on patio and read or watch a good movie.
I always wanted to be a writer and had 3 articles published in local newspaper and have written 2 short stories and have two other stories I need to finish when my life gets back to my "normal", lol.
Love your stories from reading reviews etc. but don't think I have ever read any of your books. Hope I win one this time. Thanks for this opportunity to enter.

Re: Friday Mornings At Nine (4:06pm October 5, 2010):

I still love the 70's music but my teen yrs were Elvis, Brenda Lee, Jimmy Rogers, Teresa Brewer, and the list goes on. I love the story line of your book and I have thought the same thing. What if? No one knows what the future will hold for you and if you made the right choice or wrong. Would love to win your book. Thanks the this opportunity to enter.

Re: When Wicked Craves (1:30pm September 30, 2010):

I can only imagine what goes on in my neighborhood but I bet it is good and juicy. lol There are a lot of under 40's as neighbors. I like the storyline and would love to win your books. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Re: The Bride's Necklace (11:15pm September 19, 2010):

I love the Necklace Trilogy covers. I can't wait to read this series.
I agree that Nightwriter's cover is not a stand out as it lacks color.

Re: Warrior (1:40am September 7, 2010):

Love your books already. Can't wait to read them.

Re: Royal Blood (9:28pm September 4, 2010):

I love to laugh and being a little terrified reading the same book is perfect. Breaks up the scary parts. lol
Thanks for writing these amazingly, humorous books. I would feel honored and very lucky to be one of your winners.
Did I mention I have added both to my wish list? I have got to read both of these and any more you write in this series in the future.

Re: Atlantis Betrayed (8:52pm September 3, 2010):

Congratulations Alyssa on your new release. I have added to my wish list. I have always wanted to go to Japan and see the gardens and all the sights. You are so fortunate that you will be able to see all these things. Have a great time in Japan and keep on writing.

Re: Guarding Grace (8:33pm August 30, 2010):

I am just beginning to read about vampires so have not read any of your books but would like to..Hint..

Re: Deadly Fear (6:14pm August 26, 2010):

Getting the characters right has to be a very hard thing to do. Do you have to do research when trying to get your bad characters character down pat? Or do you just go with your gut feelings.

Re: Assassin's Heart (9:41pm August 24, 2010):

I think it is awesome that you lived previous lives. I have often wondered if I might have lived a former life but don't really have a reason to believe I did. lol It would be fun to find out.

Re: Hero (4:09pm August 18, 2010):

Hi Cheryl,
Yes, I agree that bad reviews are hurtful but since I started reading reviews on blogs 2 yrs ago, I have not read any really bad reviews. Those that said the book would not be their first choice did say that other people will have a different outlook so don't just go by what they said. To read other reviews and be objective. These ladies who blog are really great about letting you know what they like but they don't cut the author or book just because it does not appeal to them. I experienced a long time author who had a book published that was not up to their standards and I don't understand why they would do this? I did not buy that authors last book in this series because the previous one was lacking and just was not the best they could do.

Re: The Quick and the Thread (6:40pm August 6, 2010):

I still have my first signing to attend but would be so excited I would either be speechless, or talk nonstop. Maybe you will come down to GA for a book signing.

Re: The Ark (2:56pm July 29, 2010):

I love action trillers, with mystery, intrigue and some historical thrown in The Ark has to be a great book.

Re: Knight Of Passion (10:07am July 23, 2010):

I am not entering the giveaway as I already have Knight of Passion. Sorry I forgot to put on comment above.

Re: Knight Of Passion (10:05am July 23, 2010):

Hi Margaret, I have All the Kings Men, Knight of Passion and Knight of Desire and need your new book really, really, bad. lol Love your books and can't wait to read. I enjoy getting mad at the hero or heroine when they start sparing. Thats what makes the book more exciting and you have to keep reading to make sure everything works out.

Re: Love and Scandal (7:10am July 23, 2010):

I love historical romance books and have read 100's during the last 55 yrs. Of course I do like HEA but they don't always end that way. lol I was in awe by the info you have on this post. Lots I did not know. Thanks for your great books and pls continue to write them.

Re: Tomb With A View (10:05pm July 21, 2010):

I don't really believe in ghosts but I am very careful around any area that looks As a teenager we would pile in car and go to an abandon house and look for ghosts. Never found

Re: The Tutor (9:56pm July 21, 2010):

This is one hot book. I have not read any of your books but now have you on my new autors list and wish list.
Looking forward to reading. I don't think I would survive 7 nights in a month, or a yr, so certainly not 7 nights straight. lol

Re: Moonshine (2:47pm July 20, 2010):

It is so important to have friends to talk to no matter what is going on in your life. Female friends will support you, fight for you, defend you and always be there for you.

Re: Revenge for Old Times' Sake (5:06pm July 17, 2010):

I love the way you think. I also love humor in my books so I know I will enjoy reading your books. If I woke up with a dead or live man in my bed I would probably have a heart attack.
Keep your humor and continue writing for your readers. We do enjoy a good laugh in our books.

Re: Murder in the Abstract (2:51pm July 14, 2010):

Bad boys are terrific in books but stay away from the real
I like that you gave Dani's X the nickname "Dickie". I know a "Dickie" and I laughed when I saw his name. "Dickie" can mean different things like "Dick", "I'm Mr. Perfect", "My health condition keeps me from doing anything", "I am the most important person in my life" and the list goes on. I have to read your book to see how many times I laugh at "Dickie". lol His Mom and family still call him "Dickie" and he hates it.
Hope I win so I can begin reading your book ASAP.
I would like to find out how you ended Murder in the Abstract.

Re: Crush On You (9:10pm July 8, 2010):

I love stories like this one. This way the couple get to really know each other well. Another HEA..

Re: The Wild Irish Sea (7:08pm July 8, 2010):

Hi Loucinda, I like the 10 reasons. This helps us make our mind up about the book. I know I will enjoy reading The Wild Irish Sea. I love water so a cottage by the sea would be wonderful. I hope to go to Ireland some day soon.
Thanks for introducing me to your work.

Re: The Master & the Muses (11:39pm June 28, 2010):

My hero would be attentive to me and not be a self absorbed man. Will suprise me with a new book, a rose or plant, or a dinner he prepared. He will not think women are beneath him and treat us equally. He will be understanding, loving but not demanding and loves his mother (respect & love).
Will be willing to help around the house, make repairs and general maintainance and take care of our cars. Will not be a couch potato and expect me to wait on him. lol.. I don't ask for a lot do I.. lol.. No man is like this so he is just a dream a lovely dream.

Re: Dark Flame (12:41pm June 27, 2010):

I haven't read any of Alyson's books but this one sounds terrific. Got it on my wish list.
Good job Becky. Not everyone can hold a camera steady.
Congratulations and will be checking out your posts.

Re: Fatal Affair (6:37pm June 26, 2010):

A hero to me is a man who accepts a women as an equal (almost), will say he is wrong if he is and apologizes when wrong. A man who does not think he is always right and it has to be his way. A man who is faithful, sincere, honest and does not mind helping wash dishes or cleaning up to help you.
I don't think there are many men like that but I can always hope. lol

Re: Hidden Wives (4:55pm June 26, 2010):

Hi to you this hot, humid summer day. I am really into reading Kiss Them Goodbye by Stella Cameron and keep having to stop to do some mundane chore. Darn it. But Stephenie Meyer's, Twilight, The Graphic Novel, Vol 1, and it was awesome. The graphics were awesome. I would recomend this one to anyone who loves Twilight or any book similar to it. Awesome

Re: Smooth Talking Stranger (3:42pm June 20, 2010):

My father passed away in Dec 92 of prostate cancer but I still miss him so much. He was 73. On fathers day we all met at my mom and dads and had dinner (all brought dish) and gave him his gifts. I have an older sister and my baby brother passed away in 2003 after getting to see his first 2 grandchildren. There are 5 now. My dad loved his 3 children and was always there for themus when or if they needed him. His grandchildren (7) were very important to him and he spent a lot of time with them and all of them still talk about him. He did not live to see any of his great grand children which is now 7 but he would have been tickled to be with them. He had so much patience as did my brother and would explain or answer all their questions. My mom passed away in 2006 and still missed him so much. I never saw 2 people so much in love as they were.

Re: Royal Captive (6:38pm June 15, 2010):

I guess I have reached the age where you never know what is going to happen or where you are going because I start in one direction and end up in opposite direction. lol
Sometimes it ended up great but other times not go good. I seem to have more of these changes as I get older. But we all have ups and downs in our life and you just have to make the best of what you are handed. One thing I try never to say is NEVER. It seems like if I say never I will forget and do it again anyway. lol
Thanks for the giveaway and opportunity to enter.

Re: Seducing the Knight (9:19pm June 12, 2010):

I love historical romances and with Knights,Gotta read this one. We have Indian Mounds locally and I would have loved to have been digging and found some of the arrowheads, pottery, etc. They finished excavating yrs ago.

Re: Hidden Wives (8:59pm June 12, 2010):

I love my 3 layer home made Red Velvet Cake. lol
This book sounds very interesting and I would love to read. Thanks for giveaway.

Re: Night Myst (6:44pm June 5, 2010):

I have read and still do read authors that write more than one series and I do like the action romance more than the romance of one author but others I like all the series.

Re: Strange Neighbors (9:25am June 2, 2010):

This has to be a humorous story and I do love humor. Of course mystery, suspense and romance make it even better. Thanks for the great book and have added to my wish list.

Re: The Making Of A Duchess (9:22am June 2, 2010):

I have read a couple of books where the heroine pretended to be someone else and 1 that the hero pretended to be someone else but it was a while back and can't remember the titles or authors. Blame it on old age. lol
I love these type stories and can't wait to read your book. I have added you as new author and your book to my wish list. Thanks for the great story and keep on writing for us readers.

Re: Dead in the Family (5:11pm May 30, 2010):

I have books I bought and books I won that I have to read first so I can get books in series that I am missing. I have gone into paranormal and YA books that I have enjoyed reading and checking out other genres. I have been an avid reader for over 55 yrs and don't plan to slow down. lol

Re: Blown Away (4:58pm May 30, 2010):

I love to read trilogies and one of my favories is Weekend Warriors (Sisterhood)by Fern Michaels. There is so much action and these ladies can come up with some dozzie ideas so get their guy or gal. Lizzie Fox came onboard in Final Justice and is one fisty attorney and gets her man or woman every time. I just love this series.
I have read these out of order which did confuse me so I am trying to get the others in order before I start reading again. I may reread the ones I have already read to refresh my memory and get things in order before I start again.

Re: The White Shadow Saga (6:03pm May 20, 2010):

Sounds like it is getting harder to get published instead of easier. What happened?

Re: Sex And The Single Earl (6:41pm May 19, 2010):

I love both these books already. I live in a med size town but people still know your business. lol Can't wait to read your books. Hope I Thanks

Re: On Folly Beach (5:50pm May 18, 2010):

There is nothing like family so attend every event you can and take many pics. I think making a scrapbook about your grandmother is wonderful. My daughter has plans to do this for my Mom who passed away in Jul 06 at 85 and Dad who passed away Dec 92'. So many memories will be put on paper with pics for all to see. The family is sending in pics they have to share..

Re: Silent Truth (5:38pm May 16, 2010):

Wish I could go but can't this time. Maybe next time.

Re: Live To Tell (5:36pm May 16, 2010):

There have been times when I have had to cancel when I was sick which makes me mad. Now I have had some virus (going to dr tomorrow)for 5 days and have to get well so I can go to Disney with my daughter and grandaughter. Have my fingers crossed and hoping for a quick cure. lol..

Re: Touching Darkness (11:44pm May 5, 2010):

Thank goodness I am retired now. Before, the worst thing was working with my coworker who did what he wanted to without regard to regulations etc. He was out of the office more than in and I had to work 2 jobs. Big time STRESS.

Best, I had some great friends and co-workers that I have ever had.

Would love to win your book. I love mystery and suspense.

Re: Rule's Bride (4:23pm April 23, 2010):

Kat, Love your books and can't wait to read this series. Thanks for the opportunity to enter this great giveaway.

Re: The Firefighter's Secret Baby (5:51pm April 16, 2010):

Since I was born and raised in Georgia, this series appeals to me.. I had not heard of your books so have added you as new author and your books on my to buy list. I love hero books both male and female so I will have to push your books up alittle on my list. LOL Thanks for the wonderful series and I look forward to reading them all.

Re: Shadow Games (10:34pm April 15, 2010):

I want to read all of your books. You are new author for me and I love the mystery, suspense, intrigue, romance..I love Medium, CSI, Criminal Minds and lots of mystery and who done it.
I read Patricia Cornwell, Catherine Coulter, James Patterson etc. I would love to win your book and begin my journey into your books.

Re: Dead Head (5:34pm April 11, 2010):

Mystery, suspense, humor.. what more can an avid reader ask for. Thanks for the opportunity to enter.

Re: Demonkeepers (5:28pm April 11, 2010):

WOW!! This sounds like a great book. I have not read anyof your books and you are a new author to me so I have added you to my to buy list.

Re: Big Bad Wolf (5:18pm April 11, 2010):

I prefer to read the series in order but have read out of ouder and was confused as you were. Now I get them and wait until I have the series in order to begin reading.

Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (11:54am April 2, 2010):

Mimi sounds alot like my Grannie Brown who I lost in 67'. She was my favorite and loved to tease and dress up and come to the front door and put on show that keep us kids laughing or scared that if we were bad something might happen to us.
I still miss her.

Re: Something About You (2:58pm March 19, 2010):

WOW, I love Hitchcock. This has to be one of the best of the best and I do want to read as soon as possible. I like this type of setting with mystery, intrique, and of course a love angle. LOL

Re: The Highlander's Sword (9:26pm March 17, 2010):

Oh Give Me Some Celtic Lovin'. Love Scotland and Celtic history with a great story woven into a great book.

Re: The Stolen Crown (9:15am March 15, 2010):

I have not read any historical fiction lately but will have to now that I have read about your new release. I love the setting and want to know about all who were there. Thanks..

Re: The You I Never Knew (9:10am March 15, 2010):

I perfer to Laugh and love Janet Evanovich and Sandra Hill. I very seldom cry but some books will bring a tear to my eye. Of course I love happy endings but a few sniffles do occur when reading an emotional book.

Re: Lake Magic (4:16pm March 2, 2010):

So many authors knew when they were a preteen that they wanted to be a writer. Some were able to start their dream early, some later in life. I have always wanted to write and have written poems, songs and small pcs for local newspaper. I just retired in 08 and still trying to get my bearings but hope to go to one of the books I have written and see if it is good enough to try pubishing. I do admire you that you did get to do what you wanted to at a fairly early time in your life. Congratulations and keep on keeping on. The readers are waiting on the next book..

Re: Chick with a Charm (12:51pm February 20, 2010):

Love cats. I live with 3 cats. All have different personalities, mewows, and get into a lot of trouble. They keep me company and I enjoy them.

Re: Accidentally Demonic (11:35pm February 18, 2010):

Hi Dakota, I love humor in my books and your Accidentally series sounds like a fun read.
I liked your post also.

Re: Take Me If You Dare (2:51pm February 7, 2010):

This is an impressive list of books. Will have to add some to my to buy list.
Thanks for the update.

Re: The Keepers Of Sulbreth (1:38pm January 15, 2010):

Oh yes, I have bought many books where the Title pulled me to that book, then the cover, and after reading the back cover or 1st chapter I was hooked and reeled in. I prefer the names be pronouncable for me but if not I sub the name.

Re: Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy (9:49pm January 12, 2010):

This book sounds fasinating. I like Jane also and I believe this book would be a great read. Sorry I did not get this in sooner but continue your great writing.

Re: Sleep No More (9:44pm January 12, 2010):

I can only image the horrors that these people must suffer knowing they are sleep walkers. Where did I go? What did I do? Where am I?? So many questions that should not have to be asked nor answered. I have been driving home and listening to radio and all of a sudden I nothing seems familiar. Where am I? Where am I going? This one thought makes your heart almost stop, and terrifies you. This is minor to what these people suffer on a daily basis.

Re: The Strangely Beautiful Tale of Miss Percy Parker (7:18pm December 4, 2009):

My daughter will enjoy reading this book. After the holidays when things wind down she will be missing her hubby who passed away in Oct 09. She is raising his daughter but still misses him.

Re: A Father For Jesse (7:37pm December 3, 2009):

Free is always good.. This time of yr can save you money. I LOVE FREE...LOL

Re: Snow Angels (6:13pm December 3, 2009):

Lakeshore Christmas, Susan Wiggs; The Perfect Christmas, Debbie Macomber; Bride by Christmas, Heather Graham, Jo Beverley & Candance Camp are 3 books I have on hand. The 5 top are Final Justice, Fern Michaels; Bed of Roses, Nora Roberts; Second Sight, Amanda Quick; Play Dirty, Sandra Brown: & The Angel, Carla Neggers (there were more than 5). Have over 25 lined up to read by different authors. I am an avid so to win a book is a blessing to me..LOL..Thanks

Re: Searching For Pemberley (5:27pm December 3, 2009):

SEARCHING FOR PEMBERLEY..WOW this is the type of book I love to read, light, with love, some crying and just plain good reading.

Re: Sex Drive (5:04pm December 3, 2009):

As a reader, I love serials. You get to know the people in the story and that continues all through the series. You meet their friends, family and on and on.. I have read many serials and enjoyed the books very much.

Re: Over My Dead Body (1:19pm November 16, 2009):

My Mom died in 2006 so our last family Thanksgiving was 2005 (dad passed away 1992& baby brother in 2003 both cancer). My Mom was 84 so we went to my sisters to eat. We had so much food and many, many desserts..My favorite.. Everyone brought 1 or 2 dishes and my sister & her family and my 2 adult children enjoyed seeing each other. I do miss the large family gatherings and my family is getting smaller (son-in-law passed away 17 Oct. Renal Sarcoma). Last yr we ate here at my home only 6 present..I agree with lemons and nuts...LOL. Have a great day....

Re: Wild Blue Under (6:58pm November 9, 2009):

I love the names of your books. Just added them to my list of books to get...LOL... They really sound like fun to read. Keep up the great writing...I love humor...

Re: The Accidental Family (11:28pm November 8, 2009):

I remember those days..LOL.. No sleep, housework behind, constantly washing clothes, (cloth diapers back then)ironing those little dresses plus the big mans duds..I stayed exhausted and waited 6 yrs before having my son. Then decided that was it. Boys are exact opposites of girls..But you love them just as much. I kept a kind of diary after my marriage and up until my divorce after 23 yrs(24 yrs ago)and have kinda sorta written a few words or lines every so often since then. I even began 4 stories and since I retired in Dec 08 I hope to finished at least one of them next yr (early). I stay busy now reading and gardening and surfing.. Have discovered so many new authors since I found Fresh Fiction site. Just give it time and you will be back on schedule with your book.
I did get 3 articles published in Local News Paper so I am published..LOL...

Re: Lakeshore Christmas (10:59pm November 8, 2009):

I have read 4 or your books and just received Lakeshore Chrismas. I love your books. We very seldom have book signings in my mid size town. Last one was 1 or so yrs ago but I was working and could not attend. I retired in Dec 08 so going out of town would be very hard on me, so unless they have one here will not go..I have read thousands of books and have given away to "Friends of the Librery" 2 thousand plus. Keep up the great writing.

Re: Lucky Break (10:47pm November 8, 2009):

I have read 2 of your books and enjoyed them. I love humor in the books I read and like strong women and hunkey men...LOL.. I have loved cinderella since I was 6 and am still looking..but he will have to knock on my door now. Married 23 yrs, divorced 24 and happy..Now retired and enjoying reading more and gardening...Keep up the great writing..

Re: A Dark Love (10:37pm November 8, 2009):

I can relate to Caroline.. Been there and was foolish enough to stay for almost 23 yrs. Been divorced 24 yrs (in Jan 2010). Thank God...I finally got out it it and my life did get better. I have loved Cinderella since I was 6 yrs old and I am still looking for Prince Charming, though not actively looking, LOL.. If he wants me he will have to knock on my door.. I retired Dec 2008 and have indulged myself reading and gardening. I have 4 stories I started and hope to finish at least one after first of yr. Just too much going on in my life at this time. Now that I have discovered you I will add you to my list of new writers and look for your latest at book store.

Re: Loot the Moon (10:20pm November 8, 2009):

I have started more than one book?? that was while I was working full time. Now that I have retired I thought I would at least finish one of them..LOL.. I seem to have less free time to write now and my mind seems to be on permanent vacation. I am spending to much time gardening..LOL..I read when I worked to unwind now I read just for the pleasure of reading. I am discovering so many new writers at Fresh Fiction. Will add you to my list and making New Years resolution to finish one of the stories I have started.

Re: My Wicked Vampire (10:11pm November 8, 2009):

I love humor in books. I like to laugh which may be why I do love humor..LOL... I have just discovered you so I am adding you to mey list of authors to expand my reading. I retired last Dec and have more time to read and I am enjoying every book I read...Keep on writing with humor..

Re: Santa Honey (10:06pm November 8, 2009):

I had not heard of ebook pyrating before reading your blog, only music. I hope all of them are run out of business the sooner the better. I have noticed in the last few yrs that the selection of books was dwindling but did not know why until now. I use to buy my books thru clubs and other online sites. Even the library seems to have less books. Since I retired last yr I go to library more and also to used book store and trade in my books which is great but I also still buy online. I have given over 2 thousand books to the local "Friends of the Library" for their old book sale so they can purchase books for the local library. I have read a number of your books and enjoyed reading them. Have you on my list to buy more. Keep up your great writing and I will curl up with a new one soon.

Re: What The Duke Desires (9:38pm November 8, 2009):

I loved Stephanie Laurens Bastion Club series though not a real family they act as family or all I have read so far. I do like family in reading as you can follow several members and learn so much from each. I love romance novels..But read all types of novels.

Re: Captive Desires (9:31pm November 8, 2009):

I always wanted to dance. As kid I watched the June Taylor Dancers on tv and dreamed of dancing, but dancers had to be taller than 5 ft back in the old days. I am not more than 5 ft...LOL I have not read any of your books let but do have them on my list to read. They sound great.

Re: The Wrong Side of Dead (9:28pm November 8, 2009):

Noticed what the bride groom said. "It is a blessing to have someone you love to take care of you," he said. Heck, He just wanted someone young enough to take care of him. LOL..Sorry, but this is hilarious and the best laugh I have had in weeks...LOL But I do feel sorry for the girl as she was probably sold or traded by her family.

Re: Kindred In Death (9:15pm November 8, 2009):

I love to read series as you can explore how they connect and came to be.. I have read over 82 of Nora's books and over 6 JD Robb and still looking for more. I try the library first then used book store then online..Keep up the good writing..Now that I am retired I can read more..LOL.. I also like Fern Michales and her Sisterhood series..

Re: One Lucky Cowboy (9:05pm November 8, 2009):

Hi Carolyn, I have not read any of your books todate but plan to very soon. I love humor and this sounds like a great book.

Re: Rainwater (8:59pm November 8, 2009):

Sandra, I have read 37 of your books. Smash Cut, Smoke Screen and Rainwater are next on my list to read. I am probably one of your biggest fans...Thanks for your great writing as I have enjoyed each book you wrote for a number of yrs. I am retired now and can read even more.. LOL

Re: Captive Desires (6:48pm November 2, 2009):

My passion is reading and gardening. But I would love to write and be published. I have several things I started but had to stop to take care of something else and never finished any. Retired Dec 08 but Alot of downs at this time are hindering my returning to finish a manuscript. A great looking guy (older) that does not have a large belly would be an added bonus..LOL

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