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A gift from the gods…
Can unleash hell…
in a thrilling Night Rebel novel

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They’re hunting a killer so silent, so invisible, that his unspeakable crimes are the only proof he exists.

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Second-chance romance about love, loss, finding yourself, and getting lost in the right person.

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Wise and witty novel about a fired advice columnist who discovers lost and found family members in Charleston

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Paranormal Women's Fantasy

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Every bloody thread has been leading to this . . .

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Can an awkward bluestocking transform into a beauty?

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24 comments posted.

Re: Muffin But Murder (9:56pm June 30, 2014):

Really like the catchy titles for your books.

Re: Gideon's Call (9:12pm September 22, 2013):

I have thousands of first edition signed books. My dream has always been to have a huge room devoted strictly for these wonderful friends. I love reading them but find I don't have enough hours available for all of them, while I'm always on the prowl for more.

Re: Dark Road Home (8:59pm September 22, 2013):

I've long been interested in our families combined histories. You've put a very interesting spin on it.

Re: Severed Trust (8:53pm September 22, 2013):

I really had no idea that the Texas Rangers are still in existence or the various companies.

Re: To Wed A Wicked Highlander (9:35pm September 20, 2013):

I dread when my husband hands me all his mail to decide if we should consider different insurance, memberships, etc. I would love to just toss it all but inevitably he will ask me about it at a later date. I just wish he'd accept ownership and make his own decisions for his own mail.

Re: Honeymoon To Die For (8:57pm September 11, 2013):

I'm a visual person so graphics and design send an immediate message. I do also read the blurb on the back of books and movies but, unfortunately, they often don't give enough detail to really 'make the sale'.

Re: Written in the Stars (9:28pm August 28, 2013):

I just love when you know, without a doubt, that an encounter is so right, so profound.

Re: Cowboy Seeks Bride (8:56pm August 22, 2013):

Sounds like a terrific book. Looking forward to reading it.

Re: Wicked Beat (8:54pm August 22, 2013):

Can't wait to read this book.

Re: Surrender To Sultry (8:50pm August 22, 2013):

Looking forward to reading your book.

Re: Last Chance Reunion (8:26pm August 21, 2013):

I've always loved romantic suspense, as I find it so much more satisfying than strictly romance.

Re: Strung Out To Die (9:30pm August 19, 2013):

I enjoy reading cozies with the endless settings that help fuel them. I've read the most interesting details in each and every one of them. Now if I could only bring forth all of that wonderful information whenever discussing these topics. Alas, my memory is no longer what it used to be.

Re: Beneath the Dover Sky (9:00pm August 18, 2013):

A fascinating but terrifying time in history.

Re: The Amish Seamstress (8:56pm August 18, 2013):

Your plot for this book sounds not only fascinating but thought provoking.

Re: A Cursed Embrace (5:21pm August 12, 2013):

There is a lot to be said about a person's tenacity.

Re: Taken by the Vampire King (5:15pm August 12, 2013):

I've not yet read anything involving vampires but need to start and discover what I've been missing.

Re: Italian Affair (11:27am August 10, 2013):

I get very involved with the books I'm reading as I tend to put myself in the shoes of the protagonist. I tend to mull over the story upon completion and often come up with questions on a segment I felt wasn't completely answered. However with Dick Francis' books, I usually question if I would be strong enough to persevere for a victorious outcome.

Re: Date with Destiny (9:33pm August 4, 2013):

I've always loved the protagonists of Dick Francis' books. They are always people living ordinary lives that stumble across something that doesn't add up and then become embroiled in threatening circumstances. They are incredibly brave against odds that are not in their favor and able to ultimately outwit his opponent. I can't help but wonder if I would be morally and physically strong enough and intelligent enough to conquer my fears to defeat the evil should I ever have the misfortune to be placed in one of those seemingly impossible situations.

Re: The Sweetest Hallelujah (9:37pm July 31, 2013):

1955? The very idea would be ground-breaking.

Re: The Eskimo Hunts in Miami! (9:31pm July 31, 2013):

I'm sorry I hadn't heard of your books sooner. They appear to be just what I've been looking for.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (10:28pm December 26, 2012):

The Christmas, when I was about 10, that my brother had to work all day. We waited for him to come home so we could celebrate together with dinner and opening presents. My mother must have felt sorry for me so she let me open one present, knowing it was a puzzle, and would keep me busy the rest of the day.

Re: Lucky Break (10:28pm September 1, 2012):

The 'small town' books have a charm and character all their own. Love them.

Re: Death Where The Bad Rocks Live (10:25pm September 1, 2012):

Sounds like my kind of book.

Re: An Earl to Enchant (12:00pm March 31, 2010):

I always liked 'Make my day'

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