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122 comments posted.

Re: The MacGregor's Lady (4:32pm February 6, 2014):

I think this may be my favorite series of all and I can't wait
to start reading them. My question is about your novellas -
will they all be available in print? Thanks and as you know, I
love your books!

Re: Everlasting Enchantment (11:57am December 6, 2013):

It definitely would have to be anything in the cat family :)
Really looking forward to your newest!!

Re: A Place Beyond Courage (2:50pm September 7, 2012):

Medievals are my favorite. And I enjoy learning from the stories I read. I've already learned some interesting facts from your post. I've not read you as yet so thanks for the chance!

catslady5(at)aol.com

Re: More Than A Stranger (12:43pm June 2, 2012):

I say go. Isn't it always said that it's the things that you
don't do that you always regret. Surely, there will be some
lovely surprises for you :)

Re: Somebody To Love (4:01pm April 24, 2012):

The most I've done is moved to another state for about 9
months when my husband was in the service but other than that,
I'm close to where I was born. I've been hearing great things
about your book!

Re: In Search of Lucy (7:23pm March 31, 2012):

You said it wonderfully. Books take me places that I would never get to see. It's a great way to travel.

Re: A Light On The Veranda (7:21pm March 31, 2012):

I do think a setting can be very important and add so much to the story, but first let me care for the characters :)

Re: True Highland Spirit (7:18pm March 31, 2012):

I like the women to be strong but not bitchy, I like alpha males but they have to be softies down deep. I like honesty and if a book can make me lol or cry that means I am really involved with the characters.

Re: The Wings Of Morning (12:50pm March 26, 2012):

I love variety and this has a very different premise than anything I've read. Sounds very intriguing and thanks for the chance. What a great way to find a new author.

Re: The Rogue Pirate's Bride (7:54pm February 24, 2012):

It's not really the HEA but it is nice to know there is such a thing. I just enjoy being taken to other times and places, different worlds and historicals seem to do it best! I have the first two books and am looking forward to this third!

Re: A Scandalous Countess (6:20pm February 11, 2012):

I plead the 5th lol. Truly I love variety and enjoy both eras - they each have their good points!

Re: Stud (9:48pm February 8, 2012):

I rarely like the movies after reading the book because they leave so much out but I thought LOTR was one of the better ones. Love your covers.

Re: Far from Here (11:06pm February 5, 2012):

I have created some drawings and paintings but also crafty things and needlepoint or afgans etc. I guess it means I do like to create. I've done some poetry but never have attempted a book which I think is one of the greatest artforms.

Re: Alpha Instinct (10:55pm February 4, 2012):

I like to be surprised and paranormals are so creative and have such varieties to take me to such different worlds.

Re: The Lord Of Illusion (12:38pm February 3, 2012):

I too have had dreams of flying and it seems like a wonderful thing. But healing is the most tempting and to calm. My practical side would love to find lost items - I just lost a gold ring my husband gave me 20 years ago. They all sound so wonderful but of course they would have their downsides too. It surely is fantastic reading about all your characters having these many magical powers.

Re: Chosen By Sin (3:06pm January 31, 2012):

I enjoy romantic suspense - the not knowing until the end. You are knew to me but your books sound exciting.

Re: The Stubborn Dead (3:02pm January 29, 2012):

I definitely read to destress. As to collecting, books, playing cards, cups, ornaments and cats lol.

Re: Fever (9:36pm January 25, 2012):

It's always very interesting to find out how the whole process works. I love debut authors and also authors I know to be a sure thing. So that's perfect for both of you. And all the covers are gorgeous!

Re: Sex, Lies and Surveillance (9:15pm January 21, 2012):

Another James Bond fan here, especially Sean Connery!

Re: Dreamers (9:12pm January 21, 2012):

When I was young my older sister use to say I was adopted. My mom, sister and I look very much alike lol. My oldest daughter tried the same thing on her younger sister and once again, they look alike lol.

Re: Bride By Mistake (4:56pm January 12, 2012):

yes, I like marriage of convenience stories. I don't know if I could pick a particular person but I would want him to be compassionate and passionate, honest, have a sense of humor, honorable and above all, think highly of me lol.

Re: Sins Of The Highlander (1:53pm January 12, 2012):

Highlanders have been my favorite since I can't remember when. Just something about that raw manlyness.

Re: A Demon Does It Better (11:00pm January 5, 2012):

Oh if it had to be any animal, of course a cat would be my favorite (they call me catslady lol).

Re: Wedded In Scandal (1:16pm December 22, 2011):

I have always enjoyed all types of games and the computer makes it so easy - no strugging with people's schedules lol. I am definitely hooked on Bejeweled and now Words with Friends but there are many other games out there that I "waste" time on lol.

Re: Sleight Of Paw (3:20pm December 19, 2011):

My parents took a zillion pictures of my older sister and you can find a few of me. So when I had kids I made sure I had pictures of both of them. I was the picture taker in our family from a teenager on so I'm rarely in any of the pictures lol. Now digital is great because you see immediately what you have or don't have. But I've finally given picture taking over to my grown daughters and now that there are some pictures of me - I hate most of them because now I'm old roflmao.

Re: Dreaming Of The Wolf (7:30pm December 8, 2011):

Actually a lentil soup is my favorite. I got the receipe from my mom but I add a bit more to it. Any left over meat adds some flavor. I also like to add spinach or endive. Makes a great meal and healthy too.

Re: Wild Thing (8:56pm December 5, 2011):

My husband and I are definite opposites but we've been married 42 years - it's not always easy but it's never boring lol.

Re: Beyond The Darkness (12:17pm December 5, 2011):

I'm wondering sometimes if we ever really know. I'm thinking accepting whatever path you take is the path you should be taking. There are so many times you could say "what if..."

Re: Acquainted with the Night (3:45pm December 1, 2011):

I found that extemely fascinating - anything is possible!!

Re: She Can Run (8:44pm November 29, 2011):

Oh, I definitely like the mixed genres. I too liked a variety and most genres. What better than to have a bit of everything in one book!!

Re: The Spy Who Left Me (4:39pm November 27, 2011):

It doesn't change much for me. I read every night at least.

Re: A Crimson Warning (3:58pm November 24, 2011):

For my friends and family and furbabies. My mom is 89 and doing wonderful, a husband of 42 years and two wonderful grown daughters!

Re: Genie Knows Best (4:03pm November 10, 2011):

I've heard good things about this series. I have enjoyed your books in the past and I'm sure these are wonderful too. Your covers are absolutely lovely!

Re: The Last Rising (9:19pm November 9, 2011):

I am going to say Ayla from Jean Auel's Earth's Children Series with Clan of the Cave Bear being the first of the series.

Re: Engaged in Sin (4:59pm November 6, 2011):

I've been hearing good things about this book and it sounds like something I would enjoy very much!

Re: Liver Let Die (8:20pm November 5, 2011):

I usually like siimple names but I'm ok with any name as long as I can pronounce it. If it's a strange name I wish the author would at least once say how it is pronounce, otherwise I struggle through the whole book which can pull me out of the story.

Re: Embrace The Highland Warrior (10:58pm November 2, 2011):

I hear a lot of bumps in the night from my cats and hopefully that's all it will ever be lol. Your book sounds intriguing and I just love anything highlander!

Re: The Virtuoso (10:49pm November 2, 2011):

I've been told that the 3rd book is the best so I need to get The Soldier first and looking forward to this third book too.

Re: Radiant Desire (11:32am October 30, 2011):

I think you got this absolutely right. Even when you know they aren't good for you, their confidence is a turn on. I always thought that maybe it was because I'm not the most confident of people but I find even strong women fall for them too. I think it's something in our genetic makeup lol.

Re: Haunting Embrace (1:25am October 23, 2011):

I love the fantasy of it all. To be brought back to another time and place with two worlds colliding. It's amazing how the author can blend both worlds and it's always extremely exciting to find how the characters react.

Re: Attracted to Fire (9:57pm October 19, 2011):

Unfortunately I've never had the chance to visit Texas but it's on my bucket list :)

Re: Utterly Charming (9:56pm October 19, 2011):

My favorite is Beauty and the Beast - I guess I like to route for the underdog. I always felt so sorry for him.

Re: The Rose Garden (8:56pm October 12, 2011):

I think it definitely adds depth to the book. You need more than just two characters - they have to interact. I have heard some wonderful review on this book and it sounds wonderful!

Re: Unleashed (7:08pm October 10, 2011):

Oh, it would have to be a cat but one that flies would be even better lol. They're beautiful and very independent.

Re: Chosen By Fate (6:10pm October 9, 2011):

Men aren't much known for their multi-tasking lol. Women do it all the time. That's how I like my reading too. I love the fact that there are a lot of mixed genres out there and when there is romance too - that is an added bonus.

Re: The Norse King's Daughter (12:08pm October 1, 2011):

I have never been in a reading slump. There are so many wonderful books out there. The only, only time I don't read is when I am extremely sick - say with a migraine or a high fever. Other than that, I have read everyday since I can remember. All the books mentioned above sound wonderful.

Re: The Seduction of Sophie Seacrest (8:01pm September 27, 2011):

I don't think I have a favorite. It's usually the one I'm reading about at the moment and most of them are usually brooding at one time or another lol.

Re: Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star (10:32pm September 21, 2011):

Quite an original premise - I like variety and this sounds like a unique read!

Re: The Last Rising (2:14pm September 17, 2011):

I love everyone's sense of humor. I always thought imaginations are so much better than the real thing lol. Reading about some things (especially since you authors have such a way with words) can be a lot more romatic and erotic than the real thing lol. Isn't that why we read romance, for the fantasy of it all and of course the HEA.

Re: To Sketch A Thief (12:25pm September 17, 2011):

I really wish the author would give the correct pronounciating maybe in the prologue or index if it is a strange or foreign name. It does draw me out of the story because I usually can't decide which way is correct. I don't care how weird or strange it is, just as long as I can pronounce it.

Re: Tempted (9:45pm September 15, 2011):

I am going to say Ayla in Clan of the Cave Bear. Not everyone considers it a romance but there is a love story there and she definitely wasn't typical lol.

Re: The Dragon And The Pearl (7:57pm September 14, 2011):

I love reading anything historical and I do think part of it is the difference in clothing. Shogun was one of my favorite reads! This sounds like a great read!

Re: Out in Blue (10:13pm September 13, 2011):

I really have to agree with you - wings are sexy and fascinating. Who wouldn't love to fly. And there's always the question of whether they are good or evil. Facinating subject.

Re: No Proper Lady (4:30pm September 12, 2011):

I love variety and this sounds like an exciting premis and something new!

Re: Stone Cold Seduction (4:25pm September 12, 2011):

I come from a long line of worriers and I truly try to let go of the stresses in my life but old habits are hard to change and I keep slipping back. I need to pay attention constantly - reat insights.

Re: Diaries Of An Urban Panther (10:53pm September 1, 2011):

I'd probably freeze and get killed lol.

Re: Redeeming The Rogue (4:16pm August 30, 2011):

Oh, I loved that show and look forward to your story - sounds like something I would enjoy!!

Re: Claim Of Innocence (4:47pm August 29, 2011):

When you get an email that makes you think you won the contest and then it proceeds to say "well, you didn't win this time but..." I also agree with all the spam and chain letters. Oh, and from my husband's uncle, who belongs to the opposite political side than me and sends me all these made up emails that are not true. I constantly check it out at snopes to educated him since he won't do it myself but I'm thinking it's a lost cause because he wants to believe all the lies.

Re: The Bone House (4:50pm August 23, 2011):

I love books that keep me from my sleep lol. Just have to read one more paragraph, one more page, one more chapter!! Your books sound like real page turners!

Re: The Edge Of Grace (10:32pm August 21, 2011):

I love your sense of humor and I always like some humor in my reading too and I bet it shows through!

Re: Fall From Pride (4:15pm August 20, 2011):

We're about 4 hrs. away from the Amish in PA. On my husband's side we have relatives that are Mennonites but they are cousins that I've only met some of them once. I have shopped at a few of their towns and everything they make seems to be of wonderful quality. Our uncles drives the 4 hr. trip one way just to buy their gorgeous hanging flower baskets every spring.

Re: The Orphan Sister (7:27pm August 17, 2011):

My family didn't believe in vacations but in hindsight as I remember them, there was all the free time in the world to do as I pleased. No scheduled appts. and places to be. We had time at the library, to play with other children, to imagine and pretend, roller skating and lemonade stands and oh anything we could come up with.

Re: The Vampire Next Door (12:26pm August 16, 2011):

I enjoyed the dialogue in the excerpt and it sounds like a wonderful world to get lost in!!

Re: Fezariu's Epiphany (12:25pm August 16, 2011):

I've just started reading fantasy/romance and it sounds like you have quite a world going on. I'd love to try it out!

Re: Spycatcher (12:54pm August 11, 2011):

Your book does sound exciting and there are very few books out there that I think both my husband and I would equally enjoy!

Re: The Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter (4:12pm August 10, 2011):

I do like happy endings about 90% of the time but every once in a while I'm willing to be surprised. Keeps me on my toes lol. And sometimes it's just my mood.

Re: Making Waves (12:21pm August 9, 2011):

I think Kate Hudson would be great and I'd choose Hugh Jackman - he seems to be able to turn himself into any character - very versatile. And the Rock would be great too. As much as I love the movies, I enjoy the book more. I make up imaginery people according to the author's description.

Re: Midnight Fear (10:07am August 7, 2011):

I love trilogies. Sometimes One book is not enough but more than 3 can sometimes be too many lol. Your series sounds wonderful and congratulations! Your covers are very eye-catching!

Re: Pleating for Mercy (9:20pm August 5, 2011):

Well I have a few - books, always books. I buy way too many. More than I can read but I can't help it lol. Cats - I help ferals and keep way too many. And a friend and I visit the casino's once in a while and have a ball playing the slots even though we shouldn't lol. Your book sounds like a really fun read!!

Re: The Lady Of The Storm (5:00pm August 4, 2011):

Don't enter me but just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed both books in the Elven series and am looking forward to the next one!!

Re: Too Hot To Touch (6:30pm August 3, 2011):

I don't think I had any crushes until I was in jr. high or high school but basically I fell head over heals in high school and married him - it's been 42 years lol.

Re: The Full Moon Bride (4:31pm August 1, 2011):

The best part of reading is learning new things. My grandparents (from Sicily) had an arranged marriage that lasted over 50 years :) Your book sounds wonderfully interesting!

Re: The Marked Son (1:33pm July 31, 2011):

Loved the excerpt and you have me totally intrigued. Sounds like a wonderful read and just my kind of story!

Re: Notorious (3:19pm July 29, 2011):

In hindsight I think I would do everything but marry. I would love to travel and live for the moment. Quite the opposite of what I truly am now lol.

Re: The Genesis Key (2:32pm July 27, 2011):

Sounds like an exciting read with a totally new premise. Very intriguing.

Re: Touch If You Dare (12:40pm July 22, 2011):

I love your sense of humor. I love a hero that makes me laugh and cry. The latest one I've fallen in love with is Giles in Katheryne Kennedy's The Lady of the Storm. Your Jarvis sounds like someone just as enticing!

Re: Undead And Undermined (12:34pm July 22, 2011):

I don't consider that whining but wonderful sarcasim with a wonderful sense of humor lol. Now ducking my head here, I probably didn't get hooked on vampire stories again (did back in the day) until I read the Twilight series recently. so I do think Twilight helped get it in the know again. And your books sound wonderful and I love your sense of humor. And my has been with someone 14 years her senior for more than 5 years - yeah, not my choice but at least he's not as old as Edward lol.

Re: The Language Of The Sea (3:08pm July 20, 2011):

I've read one book about selkies and enjoyed it very much. The only unfortunate thing about being a seal is maybe being eaten by a whale but other than that it sounds intriguing! Your story does sound good!

Re: In The Heat Of The Bite (6:53pm July 19, 2011):

Secondaries seem to fit right into the story without even realizing it. As to whether or not they get their own story, I would leave that up to the author. She knows best lol. Your books sound great!

Re: Night Walker (5:51pm July 18, 2011):

I'm not so sure I'd want to. You would lose all your loved ones and you'd have to keep starting over and would just have to change with the times. Possibly if you were in perfect health you would want to go on.

Re: A Spark of Death (6:25pm July 16, 2011):

Sounds great to me. Thank you for the chance of reading your book!!

Re: When One Night Isn't Enough (11:25pm July 14, 2011):

All I can say is that I am so glad I wasn't on the internet while raising my children or they would have been neglected lol. I had sign in problems and got locked out for 24 hrs. and thought I would just die!! Loved the excerpt!

Re: Magnificent Passage (12:38pm July 12, 2011):

Oh I'm sure I'd love this story. I've been reading romance for a very long time and I would love to see how you started out writing since I've enjoyed many of your books!

Re: Loved By A Warrior (3:45pm July 6, 2011):

I think they are all based on some fact and things get possibly exaggerated in the telling or like in that children's game "phone" that it gets changed from person to person. Lots are probably based on fear too. As a people, I think we want to understand everything and if we don't, we tend to make things up lol.

Re: Never Cry Wolf (2:26pm July 2, 2011):

He picks you up - one handed! Loved all the answers.

Re: Fallen (2:08pm June 29, 2011):

Sounds exciting but scary at the same time and although I would never want to find out, I enjoy reading about such things.

Re: Dying For Justice (10:08pm June 28, 2011):

Small fear - spiders!! It's not logical but I can't help myself. More important would be sickness and pain - losing the capability of taking care of oneself or loved ones. Being alone has always been scary for me. Then there's global concerns that are endless.

Re: Night Veil (2:20pm June 27, 2011):

They both confuse me lol. Clark Kent and Superman look totally alike - now really just the glasses are not enough lol. And I don't quite get how Batman flies considering he isn't suppose to have any extra powers. But they are both hot!

Re: The Dark Enquiry (5:09pm June 26, 2011):

I think we all confused the Puritans with the Victorians lol.

Re: Missing Persons (11:53pm June 25, 2011):

Great research - not something I think I'd want to do to interview killers. But good research makes good stories - sounds very exciting.

Re: Burning Skies (2:33pm June 24, 2011):

Oh to be able to fly...how could anyone not want to glide and soar through the skies. Just sounds glorious. As do your books! Sounds like an exciting series.

Re: City Of Promise (12:18pm June 23, 2011):

Oh I'm soo sorry, I forgot to give the author of The Yellow House - Patricia Falvey.

Re: City Of Promise (12:16pm June 23, 2011):

I remember when my children were of the age that I would take them to the YMCA pool during the summer - that was my best reading times - no guilt. Of course they had swimming lessons and there was a guard so I was able to watch them and read at the same time lol. Now I get most of my reading done at night when everyone is asleep but I always read every day.

I love variety and almost all genres and have so many books swirling in my head. If I am remembering correctly there is a book called The Yellow House that is in your timeframe but over in Ireland. Another book that I'm not positive of the time but I also enjoyed is Maeve Binchy's Circle of Friends.

I've always said I have to live a couple more lives to read all the books I want to read and then I'd probably need a couple more lol.

Re: Demons Prefer Blondes (5:42pm June 20, 2011):

Everyone loves a HEA and yearns for one in real life. It may not be realistic for all but it gives all of us hope!!

Re: Under a Desert Sky (4:32pm June 18, 2011):

I guess it's when the two partners feel it's HEA. It's not one sided and the partner often cares more for the other than self.

Re: Virgin (10:14pm June 16, 2011):

Loved the interview - very clever lol. Sounds great!

Re: The Lost Summer Of Louisa May Alcott (3:30pm June 15, 2011):

Oh what a great idea. I for one would love to read more about her!

Re: Louisa And The Missing Heiress (3:28pm June 15, 2011):

Pride & Predjudice - I've just discovered there are all kinds of variations on this book - all "what if...". I think Louisa May Alcott would make wonderful what if stories.

Re: When Tony Met Adam (2:55pm June 13, 2011):

How thrilling to be able to get involved in such a creative process!

Re: Blood Of The Wicked (2:53pm June 13, 2011):

I think all things are possible and try to stay open minded about everything. There are soooo many things out there that we no nothing about. My answer is always "why not!"

Re: Money Shot (3:17pm June 10, 2011):

I like all three lol. Love characterization, descriptions (accurate if possible) but also the dialogue lol.

Re: Darkfire Kiss (2:33pm June 9, 2011):

It all sounds very exciting. I've also always enjoyed dragon stories and I'm sure I am going to like Zoe's being a paranormal romance.

Re: Heart of the Highland Wolf (6:16pm June 8, 2011):

Oh, I think I would like anything Highland - why not werewolves!

Re: Frostbound (8:31pm June 7, 2011):

I've been hearing good things about this book - sounds like a wonderful read!

Re: Dead Of Wynter (6:18pm June 6, 2011):

Oh my - very suspensful and of course I want to know what comes next???

Re: Forced to Kill (3:53pm June 4, 2011):

My husband, a SeaBee, was stationed in Nam next to a team of Seals (they shared the same mess and bar) and he said they were the only ones that scared him to death! It must make for a very exciting read!

Re: The Girl Who Disappeared Twice (3:28pm June 4, 2011):

I love it when the author does hands on kind of research. How exciting and I'm sure it definitely shows in the story.

Re: The Soldier (10:21pm June 2, 2011):

ahhhh family - such a complicated thing. Sometimes you can't live with them but you could never live without them. Many books turn into our fantasy families :) Now authors and books are something I could never live without!

Re: A Courtesan's Guide to Getting Your Man (12:13pm May 27, 2011):

All seven are great but I must admit I'm definitely guilty of numbers 3 and 5. Love the idea of getting double the authors!

Re: Mind Games (12:51pm May 25, 2011):

A lot of worthy aauthors worth stalking lol. I've not read you before but I've been hearing good things and what great covers!

Re: Dirty (11:15am May 22, 2011):

I have no problem buying self-published but as in all books, I like to read the blurbs and check them out first, especially if I don't know the author. I've always enjoyed the Intrigue line!

Re: SEALed Forever (8:40pm May 20, 2011):

My husband was a SeaBee in Vietnam and stationed with some Seals - he said they were the only ones that scared him!!

Re: It Happened On Maple Street (4:19pm May 19, 2011):

I would love to give your book to my daughter who is currently separated from her husband for the same reason - nothing too horrible yet but more than enough amd his anger issues have progressed. She still thinks he is her friend! It really does help to know that others have the same problems and how there is hope for the future. Thank you!

Re: Grimoire (1:51pm May 18, 2011):

I think it gives the story more depth. You are a new to me author but your books sound intriguing and exciting!

Re: Wickedly Charming (1:48pm May 18, 2011):

I think it's wonderful that a lot of genres are blending. I love variety and am open to any combination although I do enjoy historicals - maybe I'll be reading one of yours some day!

Re: Ashes Of The Earth (1:03pm May 17, 2011):

I think it's going to be a place I wouldn't want to be. People will mostly go back to their primordial ways. Everything will have to be reinvented but the Earth will have been scarred. Possibly pockets of people will again replenish the Earth but it's going to be a long hard haul.

Re: Chick with a Charm (6:43pm February 22, 2010):

Well my sign names is catslady5 lol. But at the moment I have 6 inside cats. I've had as many as 8. I also take care of ferals/strays. I have a covered porch that is fixed up just for them. I can't say I'm not a dog person though since I've had two and loved them dearly.

Re: The Edge of Winter (6:39pm February 22, 2010):

I don't have seasonal reading but holiday reading. I usually save up anything with a Christmas holiday until the first snow. My latest is Merry christmas, Cowboy by Cindy Kirk.

Re: The Betrayal Of The Blood Lily (6:36pm February 22, 2010):

We've had lots of snow in PA this year. Normally we lose electricity which is the perfect time to read. I usually cuddle up in bed with a good book and especially when it's cold.

Re: The Promise (5:03pm October 12, 2009):

lol I do all of the above. I have tons of books in my tbr pile but that never stops me from buying new books too. I try to vary it up and take turns - oh and then there's the borrowed books from friends or books I've been lucky enough to win. And I also enjoy a variety of genres so I switch that up too. I do wish I could live long enough to read them all but that is an impossibility lol.

Re: Fury Calls (4:26pm March 10, 2009):

I just realized that I'm on some sites as Jeanne and some as Catslady - so from the both of us :) Happy Birthday.

Re: Fury Calls (6:32pm March 9, 2009):

Congratulations and Happy Birthday, Caridad!

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