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Books to enjoy in May! Let your reading blosson!

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A prim bookseller and her hardboiled ghost team up to catch a cunning killer inů

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Welcome to Bushwhack, New Mexico: home to tourists, the great outdoors, and murderů

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Friendship. Second chances. Lots of dogs!

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A secret no one dared whisper...

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In service to His Majesty, one must be prepared for Hell.

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10 comments posted.

Re: Betting on Fate (11:25pm January 8, 2015):

Just purchased this book; we have that major cold front
happening here in Va., need a steamy book to keep things warm
(since a real hero is AWOL right now.) Doesn't mean I am not
interested in winning the GC, there's always your next

Re: Revenant (2:25pm December 21, 2014):

Also a Castiel fan, love the episode when Dean "dreams" Cas is
a human rebel team member who spends his days getting stoned
and teaching the new females the joys of orgies, in between
missions. It was hysterical!

Re: Unfixable (2:05pm April 21, 2014):

I like a broody hero, with a little bit of a dark or tarnished side too. No Prince Charmings please - boring!

Re: Night Studies (1:10am April 21, 2014):

I like the premise for this novel; would love to read/review it. Please add my name.

Re: March With Me (10:54pm April 8, 2013):

Growing up I was never taught that there were differences between white and black. My parents always ensured that we (my brother, sister and I) never felt any different from anyone around us. We grew up in Naval communities in California and New England, never feeling strange as two of the only three black students in the entire school.
The first time I was ever called a racial slur was in college in Virginia - surprising to find such ignorance at an old, revered educational establishment.... To this day, I think that may have been the last.

Re: Fall Into You (7:36pm January 21, 2013):

I like to read about a series of "characters," either family, friends, co-workers, etc. That tie adds something to the story, and also insures that one does not need to read each book to understand the others (if they are well-written.)

Re: One Night with a Hero (11:53pm November 18, 2012):

I have enjoyed so many of Laura Kaye's novels, beginning with Hearts in Darkness, which I found to be exceptional. Reading One Night With a Hero only cemented my belief that she is a fantastic writer with great emotional depth and a true gift for characterization. I truly loved this book! Can't wait for the next....

Re: Treasure Me (12:04pm March 5, 2011):

I love reading the bits and pieces that go into an author's writing process, so thank you! As to what I like best - the beginning is always exciting if it is done well (and yours are.) Something that draws in the reader, enticing us in some special way.
If I win (smile) an autographed bookplate would be wonderful, I own both books already, and can just add it to my copy. Maybe you can send the book to someone else, and send an electronic version?

Re: Dark Warrior Untamed (10:36pm September 4, 2010):

I love the warriors from the Black Dagger Brotherhood; they have their own rules and codes that are noble. M-square

Re: Enemy Lover (1:30am November 6, 2008):

Looks like a great story; can't wait to read it!

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