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Re: Shenandoah Dreams (5:05pm July 5, 2014):
I would definitely go exploring! Sounds like good fun.
Re: Crime Rib (12:57pm July 2, 2014):
I love cozies andf this one sounds really good!
Re: Muffin But Murder (12:04pm July 1, 2014):
I love light and happy reads. It makes the time seem brighter.
Re: Huckleberry Summer (11:25am June 28, 2014):
The book looks good. I normally like mystery/suspense but when I want to just sit back and read to feel happy I enjoy the Amish reads.
Re: The Midwife (11:16am June 21, 2014):
This is a very intriguing story. I have added it to my TBR list.
Re: Saving Amelie (1:03pm June 14, 2014):
This sounds very interesting. I will add it to my TBR list.
Re: Rules of Survival (12:52pm June 3, 2014):
I love the sound of this book! Your rules are very enlightening, to be sure. I haven't had to take it on the lam before, but, definately I will keep this as good advise. :) I look forward to reading this book.
Re: Tempest In A Teapot (12:49pm June 3, 2014):
Memories always come unbidden for me. As simple a thing as one word can bring sometime or some person to mind. Some make me happy and some make me what I was doing! But, memories are what they are and they can't be changed.
Re: Rose House (1:17pm May 25, 2014):
The story line is really a good one and I love both the title and cover...sad to say, many times I will buy a book because of the title or the cover.
Re: My Not So Super Sweet Life (2:10pm April 27, 2014):
Books,antiques, coffee and ice cream...I have a lot of addictions, I could go on typing for a very long time!
Re: A Shot of Red (1:44pm April 24, 2014):
No, sadly I never did. Oh well, you never know when it might take you by surprise. :) I'm keeping my fingers crossed.
Re: The Miracle Thief (1:39pm April 24, 2014):
Miracles happen everyday the sun rises or a baby is born...I believe in miracles without doubt.
Re: How to Handle a Cowboy (2:41pm April 4, 2014):
I enjoy series books and especially series books of cowboys!
Re: The Red-Hot Chili Cook-Off (2:39pm April 4, 2014):
This is a book that will attract everyone's attention. As we read it laugh out loud people will look and wonder! It sounds like I will love it.
Re: Dash of Peril (2:11pm April 3, 2014):
I love female cops...usually, they are portrayed as rough and tough and win the day...not to mention the man on the force.
Re: The Winter Bride (2:10pm April 3, 2014):
I like muffins quite the little bit..especially orange cranberry! I enjoy the occasional book club, also.
I like my men to be alpha, for sure, but, occasionally a beta male will catch my eye! But, the book sounds really good and I'd love to read it.
Re: A Killing Notion (4:18pm April 1, 2014):
I like mysteries the best of all the genres. This sounds like a friendly sort of book.
Re: Mad About You (4:14pm April 1, 2014):
Sounds like a really good spring read. I always wonder if the friends to lovers relationship works or if it ends the relationship altother.
Re: Dyed and Gone (3:17pm March 30, 2014):
What ingenious ideas for using a bobby pin! They really are awfully pretty. But, I am wanting to read your book win or lose. It sounds like great fun! Thanks for the giveaway and the introduction to a new author.
Re: An Accidental Life (1:15pm March 29, 2014):
I love books set in New Orleans, they always have interesting twists and turns. Your cover is great and the story sounds very intriguing. It's definitely a book I will have to read! Thanks so much for the giveaway.
Re: Winter in Full Bloom (1:12pm March 29, 2014):
I like the cover very much and the book sounds as good as the cover looks. I love deep, dark family secrets! I will love reading it! What is passionate does seem to be different in each person...some money and work, some family and faith, and then some whop are just passionate about living each day! I don't know where I fall, so I suppose at this time I am not passionate.
Re: Mystery Spring Fling (2:03pm March 23, 2014):
Wow! So many great mysteries just for the asking! What can be better? I love mysteries.
Re: Her Summer with the Marine (2:08pm March 19, 2014):
I enjoy series books, the characters become like old friends, but, I also enjoy stand alone novels. This book sounds great!
Re: Stealing the Groom (2:04pm March 19, 2014):
The book sounds like a fun romance, I'll have to read it! Actually, I knew someone who's wedding did a real turn around. At the justice of the peace she suddenly decided to marry her groom's best man instead. I still don't really understand how or why this happened...but, more power to her, I guess. It was several years ago and she's still married to him.
Re: Shadowed By Grace (12:55pm March 14, 2014):
My sister and I always shared books and it was great! I really miss that. This book sounds great. I love historic fiction and I think the cover of this is really quite nice!
Re: Dating, Dining, and Desperation (12:53pm March 14, 2014):
I live in a small town near NYC. I love small town living, but, it's great to be so close to the city as well. This book does sound very good!
Re: Desperately Seeking Suzanna (5:49pm March 13, 2014):
I don't like really sweet desserts, so I like pound cake, pine nut cookies, apple or pumpkin pie, etc. As for the book, it sounds great and I like the cover very much. But I have a question, if that's OK. Has anyone out there really had a Cinderella moment? I'd love one myself!
Re: How Sweet The Sound (1:08pm March 7, 2014):
The signs of spring have not yet begun here. Usually it's crocus this time of year, but with 10 feet of snow piled all over the place it's hard for them to poke through. OK, I might be exaggerating about the height of the snow, but it seems like 10 feet.
Re: The Rebel Pirate (3:45pm March 5, 2014):
I love the era and I love Boston! This sounds great! Thanks for the giveaway.
Re: Mustang Sassy (3:44pm March 5, 2014):
This sounds like a pretty realistic story! I may not think of trashing a classic Mustang, or any car for that matter. But, if I did, well, I'm sure I'd do something stupid like trashing the wrong car! :)
Re: The Mapmaker's Daughter (3:40pm March 5, 2014):
This story line sounds fresh and interesting! I love reading historic novels, especially those in the eras between the 13th and 16th centuries. Thanks for the giveaway and also for a book to look forward to reading.
Re: The Rebel Pirate (3:55pm March 4, 2014):
It's hard to chose just one author. It seems to me that each author has something special that others do not have. But, If I were to chose one right ow I'll say Debbie Macomber.
Re: Hot Rock (1:42pm February 26, 2014):
I could easily fall in love with a sexy and soft voice, so music is one aspect I love, but, the bad boy image is very hot, too. A bad boy leaves you thinking that he's sexy, even if he isn't. :)
Re: Mint Juleps and Justice (1:56pm February 23, 2014):
I'll always go for an Alpha man, but, he really needs to have more brain than brawn. :) It's always a shame when they look so wonderful and then they can't string 5 words together to make an intelligent statement. But, in romance novels all the Alpha men have a lot to offer and that's what I like about daydreaming about the hero as I read.
Re: Full Measures (1:25pm February 22, 2014):
My dad was in both the Army and after that the Navy. We were not Army brats, however. He served before my sisters and I were born. I have heard many tails of his service and they were very fascinating. Now a friend is a Navy Seal and that is quite interesting. Thanks for the contest.
Re: Oath of the Brotherhood (1:38pm February 21, 2014):
Have not read your books but this one sounds and looks really good. I hope I win! Thanks for the chance.
Re: The Cowboy's Mail Order Bride (2:19pm February 20, 2014):
I think this giveaway is great! Thanks. I always enjoy the mail order bride books, I know someone who actually did the mail order thing. He sent away for a bride from Hungry and he treated her like gold! But, it was through the mail and telephone, although the internet was very available.
Re: Lord of the Sea (3:34pm February 19, 2014):
Do you really believe love conquers all? I'd like to believe that but life is just so full of surprises. However, Alpha men are always the best type!
Re: Deep in My Heart (1:28pm February 12, 2014):
I love books that are about high school flames getting back together. I guess there's always hope. :)
Re: Love in the Library (2:01pm January 30, 2014):
A christian man or woman can make the story drag a little, but, I love historic fiction. Thanks!
Re: Teacup Turbulence (4:25pm January 28, 2014):
Both books look like they would be great entertainment for these cold polar vortex days! Thanks for the giveaway.
Re: Poison Town (1:53pm January 25, 2014):
I love the title of this book and the cover art seems to fit perfectly for the story. It sounds like a great book and I congratulate you on it's publication and also thank you for having the giveaway.
Re: The Splendour Falls (1:51pm January 25, 2014):
I don't have much of a dream. I'd love to spend a while living in a medieval castle, preferably in England or Scotland. But, I think a real dream is to have a wonderful cottage on a country lane with an English garden and a gardener to keep it beautiful.
Re: Wishing On Buttercups (2:21pm January 24, 2014):
You are a new author for me as well. I love the title, the story line and also period it's set in. I also love buttercups as they remind me of my younger sister when she little. She'd pick a bunch of buttercups and ask our mother if she liked flowers. Of course the answer was always yes and then she's take them from behind her back and give them to mom. I'd like to read your book. Thanks for the giveaway.
Re: Scent Of Butterflies (2:31pm January 23, 2014):
This is a book that I would enjoy very much. The subject line is intriguing and the title and cover art make the book very tempting. I hope I win and I thank you for the giveaway.
Re: Love Songs for the Road (2:16pm January 22, 2014):
Congrats! I don't need a picture to enjoy a good book and this one does sound good. :) I too do not put a picture on the web and understand totally. Thanks for the giveaway.
Re: Sadie's Secret (3:06pm January 19, 2014):
Historic fiction is on genre I love! It's truly an escape into a whole different world and sometimes even a happier escape. I love the cover art on these books as well. Thank you for the giveaway.
Re: Sadie's Secret (3:28pm January 18, 2014):
These books look so good! I love historic fiction...and lady detectives are always fun! Thanks for the chance to win.
Re: More Than A Touch (2:46pm January 17, 2014):
I think there are a lot of wonderful things about a book...the hero and the heroine, the setting, the descriptive ability of the author and so very much more. To be honest, it's often the cover art that will draw me to it, or the title(both are important to me. However, I don't think a happy ending is important to make a book a wonderful read. Just for a "for instance" there is Gone With the Wind. A questionable ending is also great.
Re: Limoncello Yellow (3:14pm January 14, 2014):
This sounds really good. Something light and yet interesting. A voodoo priestess and all!
Re: Shadowed By Grace (2:48pm January 10, 2014):
I truly do enjoy historical novels. This one sounds very close to home. Thank you for offering this contest.
Re: Songs of Shenandoah (2:46pm January 10, 2014):
If the character is well defined and I can feel his pain, so to speak, I do get involved pretty much. And those are the times I hate to have the book end...sort of like saying good bye to a friend.
Re: The Magic Between Us (4:05pm January 9, 2014):
I love the cover of this book. The story sounds terrific and I do think two people from different worlds can find a world of their own, so to speak. Thanks for the contest.
Re: The Purchase (1:45pm January 8, 2014):
I most definitely will read this book! Thanks so much for the contest!
Re: Compromising Willa (1:43pm January 8, 2014):
My favorite romance author is Heather Graham. My favorite crime/mystery authors are Preston and Childs.
Re: What the Heart Wants (4:52pm January 5, 2014):
This sounds great! I have to admit, I have two ereaders but very much prefer holding the physical book as I read it. I love the book cover. Thank you for the contest.
Re: Paws For Murder (8:37pm January 2, 2014):
Cozies are always wonderful to curl up with on cold days, or any days, for that matter.
Re: Freezer I'll Shoot (1:35pm December 28, 2013):
New years resolutions are so sad when you cannot keep them. I prefer not to be sad. :) But, I do wish the very best to all of who do make resolutions. I wish you all a very happy new year.
Re: Restless Spirit (12:07pm December 23, 2013):
Love the cover and totally agree with Tuesday's idea to try them all!
Re: How Beauty Met the Beast (12:00pm December 22, 2013):
I look forward to reading the revamp of Beauty and the Beast! Thanks for the giveaway.
Re: Welcome Back To Apple Grove (12:41pm December 20, 2013):
This book sounds like a warm cookie right out of the oven..very comfy. As for my favorite Christmas cookie, it's hard to say, but, I guess it's an Italian lemon cookie called Jeannettes. My sister I called the lights in the snow because when you sprinkle the colorful sprinkles on the wet glaze the color sort bleeds and they look like Christmas lights reflecting on snow.
Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (1:48pm December 17, 2013):
This sounds like great fun to read! A woman who wants to ruin her reputation makes for a grand story! Thanks for the contest.
Re: Thrown (11:45am December 16, 2013):
What a great story this sounds like! Thanks for the giveaway.
Re: Billionaire Blend (5:19pm December 9, 2013):
This book sounds great! I love books with recipes, not that I cook or bake mind you, just enjoy reading recipes and cookbooks. Strange, isn't it? :) Looking forward to reading the actual story of the book as well.
Re: Undressing Mr. Darcy (5:16pm December 9, 2013):
Well, if we were to have an undressing party and I were to choose a historical fiction figure I would have to say Rhett Butler!I would enjoy such a party for sure!
Re: The Best Game (12:12pm December 8, 2013):
I love when mothers try to matchmake! I think the book sounds like fun. And tasteful writing is something I always look for in a book.
Re: Rugged Hearts (5:24pm December 6, 2013):
I think I'd have to say I'm thankful for my family. After losing my dearest and closest sister, well, I'm grateful for my nephew and my one remaining sister.
Re: Legend Of The Highland Dragon (5:21pm December 6, 2013):
Love the sound of this book. But, even as a florist I think I'd be flabbergasted to see someone transform in front of me. But, it would also be very intriguing and I'd want to learn all I could about it from that person.
Re: Everlasting Enchantment (5:17pm December 6, 2013):
I think I, too, would have to go for the wolf. But, I do love Kimberly Cooper's suggestion!
Re: Stranded (5:15pm December 6, 2013):
I haven't read this series at all but I will definately put it on my TBR list. Your tips are great! I never heard of the Bookish Tree and went there and found it to be really great. Thank for the contest and the tips.
Re: Tempest's Course (5:11pm December 6, 2013):
Oh my! I do so love darkly brooding heroes! And the story line sounds very good. Thank you for running the contest.
Re: The Blake Legacy (5:09pm December 6, 2013):
All the books sound great and what a windfall it would be to win the contest! Thank you for your generosity.
Re: Hustlin' Texas (11:59am December 4, 2013):
I love the cover! The story line sounds great too. Thanks for running the contest.
Re: Three Timeless Loves (3:11pm November 30, 2013):
I would love to travel back in time to the period where my entire family were together. But, to really time travel to places and times which I am fascinated by it would be to Italy and England during the eras 600 to 1600.
Re: Black Widow Demon (3:44pm November 29, 2013):
From the above list I always liked Buffy, Charmed was the best and Sherlock I also enjoyed. However, I'm following Haven now and am very much enjoying it!
Re: The Pieces We Keep (11:24am November 26, 2013):
I love historic fiction and non fiction history books. This sounds very readable. Thanks for the contest!
Re: Otherworld (11:22am November 26, 2013):
My dream has always been time travel To go back and see historic events as they are actually happening. I know that someday this will someday be a possibility, however, maybe not in this lifetime.
Re: Aloha Rose (11:19am November 26, 2013):
I have not been to Hawaii but it does sound wonderfully dreamy.
I love the cover of the book and the story line Sounds great.
Thanks for the contest!
Re: Hard As It Gets (11:50am November 25, 2013):
Puppies are wonderful little beings. My favorite is The dog in Jean Mckinly's library series. I wish I could remember his name, but, I think I'm having a senior moment! :(
Re: Home for Christmas (11:45am November 25, 2013):
One of my favorite things is to drive around and look at all the decorations, but, living in a condo the only thing I can do outside is to put a wreath or swag on the door. Nobody really gets to enjoy it but myself and my across the porch neighbor. But I am truly a sucker for colored Christmas lights!
Re: Reign (12:25pm November 24, 2013):
This book sounds very different from most I've read in many years! I will have to read it for sure. Thanks for the chance to win a copy.
Re: The Bitches of Brooklyn (11:22am November 19, 2013):
Oh, yes! I do have some clothes with tags still on them. When I happen to see them in the closet I wonder what I was thinking when I bought them!!
Re: A Song At Twilight (10:41am November 18, 2013):
The title of this book is just wonderful! It seems to promise a very romantic and lovely read. Thanks for the contest.
Re: The Namesake (11:28am November 16, 2013):
Sounds like a good read is in my future! :) Looking forward to it. Thanks for the giveaway.
Re: Texas Tango (11:25am November 16, 2013):
I love the title of this book! I don't know why, it just seemed to pop out at me. Anyway, the book sounds like a good one and I thank you for running this giveaway.
Re: Once A Seal (11:34am November 15, 2013):
I think I'm going to enjoy this one. I have a dear friend who's a Seal and I love to read such books and tease him mercilessly! :)
Re: Dangerous Connections (11:32am November 15, 2013):
I enjoy your books and feel that this one will be no exception! Thank you for always offering such wonderful reads!
Re: Shenandoah Crossings (2:50pm November 14, 2013):
I love reading about the past. This book sounds like one I'm going to really enjoy!
Re: Texas Tango (2:21pm November 14, 2013):
What a great sounding book! The Texas ornament looks very fun. Thanks for the chance to win.
Re: Bulletproof (11:11am November 13, 2013):
Who doesn't like bad boys? Sounds like a great read and will certainly look for it.
Re: Bikers and Pearls (3:38pm November 12, 2013):
I can honestly say that reading is truly a passion for me! If I don't have at least 4 books lined up to read I get a bit nervous. I think what hoked me on this passion was my educators and my sister. I went to a private girls school and the nuns wanted book reports every 2 weeks. My older sister would buy me a new book for birthdays and Christmas. I couldn't get through a day without a book or 4 to read. :)
Re: Daughter Of The God-King (10:04am November 10, 2013):
I love mysteries and this one sounds like a great read. As far as accuracy goes, it's OK to be change history in some small way, but, to have huge, glaring discrepancies is really not acceptable in my opinion. Things like clothing that doesn't match the era, or items that weren't invented for another century (and I have come across many of those, ridiculous as it may seem) when it's that bad I won't read that author's books again.
Re: How To Handle A Highlander (9:57am November 10, 2013):
You are a terrific author, but I must say, I have even more respect for you now! I would love to be able to make patterns for my own clothes...and then, naturally, to be able to sew them. I think I would choose to make a wench's costume if I could.
Re: How To Handle A Highlander (11:25am November 8, 2013):
I love historic fiction and Highlander stories are always great!
Re: Daughter Of The God-King (11:24am November 8, 2013):
Egyptology is always fascinating. This looks like it will be a great read. Thank you for this chance to win a copy.
Re: A Cadence Creek Christmas (10:18am November 7, 2013):
I love Christmas romances! They really are the very best of the entire year!
Re: Upon a Winter's Night (10:17am November 7, 2013):
The closeness of family and friends, naturally. But, outside of that my favorite Christmas thibng is the houses all decorated with lights and garland, inside and out.
Re: A Cowboy for Christmas (12:00pm November 5, 2013):
There so many holiday traditions in my family. The best was Secret Santa. On Thanksgiving after dinner we'd all throw our names in a bowl and then pick one. Well, the laughing and giggling started with the first "I got myself" and the drawing could go on for hours! Then each person would buy their Secret Santa a gift for Christmas Eve. The gift always had a theme...funniest, handmade, etc.
Re: Scion of the Sun (11:56am November 5, 2013):
Lately I have found myself enjoying a few YA books and this one does sound really good! Thank you for this contest.
Re: Born Wild (11:10am November 3, 2013):
Everything about this book screams for attention! The cover art is really hot and the story line sounds great. But, swearing off bad boys? I can see she has high hopes but forget it! If you love bad boys, well, you can't swear off them forever! :)
Re: A Midsummer Bride (4:30pm October 31, 2013):
This sounds like a good read! But, I have to admit. I had an aunt who was just as loud and smart as Harriet! Too funny!
Re: The Wicked Wallflower (11:34am October 25, 2013):
Yes, most definitely! Being in a private girl's school certainly didn't help.
Re: Because Of Audrey (11:32am October 25, 2013):
Well, this book sounds right up my alley! I was a florist for 25 years and I understand how tied you become to your shop. I will enjoy reading this.
Re: Cinderella Screwed Me Over (11:28am October 24, 2013):
I always loved Cinderella. I think she would be married to the prince, of course, but, she would also be a wonderful and loving princess in her kingdom. She'd bring all the children and adults of the kingdom to the castle for holiday parties. She'd always be available to listen to any child's dreams and stories. Sorry, but I guess I really do want Cinderella to stays in fairytale land. :)
Re: The Sweetest Hallelujah (12:18pm October 22, 2013):
This sounds like such a tender story. Your writing is always so good I enjoy reading your books and this is one I will have to make sure to get.
Re: Run The Risk (11:07am October 16, 2013):
The book sounds very entertaining...a good read is sometimes hard to find, but, this seems to have everything!
Re: Plague Ship (10:32am October 15, 2013):
I do so love to read medical thrillers! I had not heard of this one until now. Hope I win!
Re: Death Of A Schoolgirl (12:10pm October 14, 2013):
Love Jane Eyre! Your books looks intriguing and I look forward to a good read. Hope to win this giveaway and I thank you for offering it!
Re: Jude (10:12am October 9, 2013):
Jude seems like a very exciting book! I know there are such forces in our world, but, I also know that most of humankind can stay true to an honest and good life. Evil is strong, but they say good is stronger. We can always hope it is. In any event, this book sounds like one I will be reading-win or lose this contest. Thank you for the chance to win a copy.
Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (11:15am October 6, 2013):
Halloween is the best holiday! Love to see the kids all dressed up and trying to play their parts. But, as for movies, Pet Sematary is great. However, I do tend to go more for movies such as Hocus Pokus and Nightmare Before Christmas. And let's not forget Garfield's Halloween show.
Re: Love and Other Games (11:06am October 6, 2013):
There's something magical about watching the snow float to earth in the quiet of the night. I do so enjoy that.
Re: Newton Neighbors (10:28am October 5, 2013):
This book sounds like great fun! Thank you for the chance to win the giveaway.
Re: My Lady Quicksilver (10:26am October 5, 2013):
Lies cause nothing but problems. I always try to be honest and hate when I find I've been lied to. But, this book sounds really great and I look forward to reading it, win or lose.
Re: Kisses On Her Christmas List (10:26am October 3, 2013):
Christmas stories are always so cozy to read with a cup of cocoa and a log fire. I love them! This sounds like Rory will be having a wonderful Christmas!
Re: Long Shot (1:19pm October 1, 2013):
I've wondered the answer to that very question myself! What do they wear?
Re: The Outlaw Knight (10:11am September 29, 2013):
Who doesn't love a bad boy? This book is going to be a real goodie. I'll look forward to reading it. Also love the photos as they will help to bring the book alive. Thank you.
Re: The Outlaw Knight (10:36am September 27, 2013):
Historic fiction is the best kind of read! But medieval fiction is my favorite. I hope to win this book, but, either way I am sure I will read and enjoy it. Thanks for the fun of a contest.
Re: Severed Trust (11:38am September 22, 2013):
This sounds like a fabulous series and I am looking forward to adding you among the authors to look for and read! Love the cover art.
Re: Dark Road Home (10:40am September 21, 2013):
I do love historic fiction, especially when it is fact filled. I definitely will read this book. I hope I will win it, though. Love winning!
Re: Gideon's Call (10:35am September 21, 2013):
Books are a wonderful part of life and I have so many I am running out of room! I love them and can never get enough. This book is going to be a goodie! I love the civil war era and look forward to reading it.
Re: The Blood Gospel (10:25am August 31, 2013):
This book sounds very intriguing. I will certainly read the series. Thank you.
Re: Unforeseeable (10:22am August 31, 2013):
I love all books about different ways of life and thought. This series sounds great and I will definitely look forward to reading it.
Re: The Mysterious Death Of Miss Jane Austen (9:45am August 29, 2013):
This sounds like a fabulous read! I hope to win it. A great story for the autumn!
Re: A Rancher's Christmas (1:52pm August 27, 2013):
I love Christmas stories! The more the better and I read them any time I can get hold of one. That warmth that is in Christmas romance is always so healing.
Re: The Arrangement (10:04am August 24, 2013):
Re: The Arrangement (10:04am August 24, 2013):
There's nothing so annoying as someone trying to matchmake! I think this sounds like it's going to be a goodie...but then again, I'd expect nothing less from Mary Balogh. Thank you so much for so many entertaining books.
Re: Surrender To Sultry (10:32am August 22, 2013):
Sounds like a wonderful series! Will certainly read it.
Re: Beneath the Dover Sky (11:51am August 18, 2013):
I love time travel books. They sweep the reader away to a more romantic time and place where your mind can just forget the modern world and it's problems for awhile.
Re: Three Days on Mimosa Lane (11:48am August 18, 2013):
My mother suffered from Alzheimer's Disease and there is no greater sacrifice that I could have made than to care for her day and night. Just watching her deteriorate in front of me was heartbreaking. Yet, I have never regretted the sacrifice I made for her!
Re: The Lotus Palace (11:31am August 18, 2013):
Your book sounds very good. This is what's wonderful about these contests...they give us a chance to discover authors and books we did not know before.