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A spy tracker & code breaker team team up to search for saboteurs, and her safety becomes his first priority.


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Kari Stuart is roped into helping out at a dog show--but soon finds she’s bitten off more than she can chew when her best friend is framed for murder


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Sela falls hard for Theo, only problem, he doesn't love her back


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Society's most exclusive invitation


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Is she bold enough to embrace a wild Scottish ride?


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A spy and an assassin


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Will the secrets of their pasts continue to rip them apart?


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The magic of Christmas, the power of forgiveness, and the importance of family


Maureen Hayes

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14 comments posted.

Re: Once Upon a Grind (11:58pm December 14, 2014):

I have always loved Beauty and the Beast! Thank you for the chance to
win this beautiful necklace. I LOVE this series and can't wait to read this
newest installment.

Re: Because Of Audrey (11:26pm October 25, 2013):

I do like to play dress up, although I don't get much of a chance to do it
anymore. My favorite Halloween costume was when I dressed up as a
pirate wench! Fun and sexy. . . Lol!

Re: Bran New Death (12:04pm September 20, 2013):

I absolutely LOVE this author and am so excited that she now has multiple
series for me to enjoy! I started with her vintage kitchen series and was
just lucky enough to win a copy of Bran New Death on a blog contest. I am
eagerly awaiting my copy and will devour it as soon as it appears. Then I
will have to be patient until Tempest in a Teapot comes out next June! If
you haven't read her books,run, don't walk to your nearest bookstore and
treat yourself to a wonderful read. This lady know how to write characters
you relate to and fall in love with, while balancing the plot and mystery
details to keep you guessing until the last page. A true gem of an author.

Re: Holiday Buzz (6:17am December 7, 2012):

Please, oh please, pick me! You know what a fan I am, and it would be the
best Christmas gift to win this! I hope you and Marc survived alright during
Sandy. We were 13 days without power, but our home wasn't damaged at
least! Please get in touch when you can. . .

Merry Christmas!
Maureen Hayes

Re: Creating Fate (6:24am July 24, 2012):

I've had MANY moments when my gut told me the right thing to do. The
most recent hs been during an extended illness I am going through. I have
always been a verbal person. Words were my things, written or spoken.
But somehow I needed to express myself, and what I am going through, in
another way right now. I suddenly new I needed to start making art, which I
have never done! I am art journaling, creating canvases and feeling more
hope and joy than I have in a long time. My gut knew that the time for
words about this illness were overand I needed to use something else to
tap into my authentic self. Thank you for sharing your beautiful and
poingent story with us, and for the chance to win the GC.

Re: Blackmailed by the Italian Billionaire (7:50am April 22, 2012):

Thanks for telling us the backstory behind your love affair ith this genre. I
always enjoy learning more about what authors like and why. I appreciate
you offering this contest and hope I win! Have a wonderful weekend.

Re: When Moms Pray Together (5:35am March 16, 2012):

The group is called Moms in Touch, Moms in Touch With God. This was a
wonderful interview and I learned so much I never knew about Fern and
this organization. It is SO nice to a Christian perspective shown in the
mainstream media in a positive way for a change! Thank you for doing the
interview and for posting about this imortant topic!

Re: Sketch a Falling Star (12:15pm March 12, 2012):

I live with chronic pain and health issues and I thank God for being able to
lose myself in books, relaxation or happy thoughts because they are the
only things that keep me sane at times. Thanks for an interesting post. I
hope I win the book so I can use I to lose myself in!

Re: Sweet Enemy (9:42pm March 6, 2012):

I anticipate the will they won't they part of the relationship as well as the
first kiss, which tells us so much about the couple! Thanks for the chance
to win.

Re: Missing (6:00am March 1, 2012):

The second book is called The Search. This sounds like a really interesting
series and I hope to win a copy of the first book. Thanks for the interview
and the insight into this series and your life as an author.

Re: The Rodeo Man's Daughter (5:48am March 1, 2012):

Because I am chronically ill, I don't get excited about reunions. Everyone
else is there with all their accomplishments and I have nothing to add but
my latest doctor visit or test! It makes me feel like my life is not as
important as theirs. However, that is the beauty of books, we can lose
ourselves in the story and live vicariously through the characters. I am
interested in this one in particular because he appears to suffer from a
physical ailment from his accident that causes him to feel "less" than
others. I would like to see how this turns out for Caleb. Thanks for the
chance to enter to win a copy and thanks for writing it!

Re: Hidden Summit (2:01pm January 31, 2012):

The ex husband is named Greg. I will provide my mailing information if I
win by contacting me at scrapgirl1467@yahoo.com

Re: The Stubborn Dead (1:21pm January 28, 2012):

I collect books, shabby chic china and tea cups, quilts, too many crafting
supplies to mention and award ribbons! Thanks for the chance to enter this
contest and for your books!

Re: Murder By Mocha (11:08pm September 20, 2011):

I just discovered your series, and being a New York I particularly enjoy
reading about people and places I actually know! I think everyone battles
the snack monster, I know dark chocolate is my favorite indulgence, and if
I can mix coffee with it, so much the better! Thanks for writing such great
books. I live with chronic illness, and it is always nice to escape to
another world through a great read.

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