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A theme-park princess. A real-life prince.


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Can two stubborn adults let down their guard long enough to let love in again?


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A modern-day fairy tale of hope and rescue from NYT bestselling author Rachel Hauck


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A journey to the lush vineyards of Tuscany—and into the mysteries of a tragic family secret.


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Can a one-time enemy to protect them?


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When the battle is for love, the one who surrenders wins. But who will lay down arms first? And whose heart will break wide open?


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50 comments posted.

Re: Damek's Redemption (5:41pm September 9, 2013):

It's a hard choice since I enjoy reading about both paranormal creatures, but I guess it's vampires for me!

Re: Once Upon A Tartan (11:03am August 15, 2013):

I'm a reader, not a writer. I so admire today's aspiring authors who often give away their work on Amazon trying to hone their craft and garner recognition. It's a tough business!
Grace, you are an accomplished woman and I am a fan of your books. And representing child in neglect and abuse cases is a noble calling.

Re: A Cursed Embrace (6:00pm August 12, 2013):

I so admire today's published and unpublished authors. It's a rough business! Congrats on never giving up and much success!

Re: Rugged Hearts (3:34pm July 27, 2013):

My Dad was the most influential person in my life. He was loved by everyone because of his easygoing and forgiving nature He died 14 years ago and is still missed.

Re: The Outcast Prince (11:22am July 27, 2013):

I'm sorry to confess I have never read one of Shona's books. It appears I have been missing something bigtime!!

I adore paranormal romance books. I love being transported to a magical world where almost anything is possible.

Re: Moonlight (11:18am July 27, 2013):

I love both vampire and shapeshifter books. The book sounds great and I would love to win it!

Re: Kissing the Maid of Honor (1:32pm May 22, 2013):

Hugh Jackman is my favorite!

Re: Sweet Madness (8:59pm April 5, 2013):

Because of my coloring, my favorite colors to wear are yellow, orange or
peach. My home is furnished in cream, browns and greens.

Re: Falling Into Paradise (6:19pm March 18, 2013):

A reformed bad boy is very seductive. You can't make a bad boy change, they have to want to themself!

Re: Buried In A Bog (6:16pm March 18, 2013):

I have never visited Ireland but would love too! Reading Buried in a Bog sounds like a lovely way to armchair travel and enjoy a cozy mystery.

Re: The Turncoat (12:09pm March 6, 2013):

I would love to read this historical romance set in Colonial America. Sounds wonderful!

Re: Into the Spotlight (9:09pm March 2, 2013):

I love Las Vegas. I play the penny and nickel slots. Such fun!
I like to laugh so my favorite Las Vegas movie is Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

Re: Thread On Arrival (6:18pm January 15, 2013):

I haven't started reading your series yet but it sounds like just the cozy read I enjoy. Congratulations on the latest release!

Re: Finding Home (5:00pm January 14, 2013):

My favorite memories are of my daughter as a little girl. I still remember some of the sweet and hilarious things she said and did. She is now married and I'm waiting for grandkids and more precious memories.

Re: Kiss Of The Betrayer (10:10am January 12, 2013):

The best way to be balanced is not to do everything yourself. I've learned to delegate!

Re: Waking Up With A Rake (9:19am January 10, 2013):

The story's plot makes for a delicious dilemma! I would love to read the book.

Re: In His Brother's Place (8:58pm January 6, 2013):

My favorite genres in order are are historical romance, paranormal, and then contemporary. I love all kinds of romance!

Re: The Ravenous Dead (10:08am December 31, 2012):

I'm thankful for my family's health. If you have your health you can overcome most anything.
I'm unfamiliar with your series but I am definitely going to check it out.

Re: Fallen Angel (10:24am December 29, 2012):

I am grateful for my family's health. Without health it is difficult to accomplish any new goals.
Happy New Year!

Re: A Little Bit Wicked (10:21am December 29, 2012):

I don't do the weight resolution because that usually fails, but I do have a list of things I would like accomplished by the end of the next year. 2012 saw only two of my goals accomplished. I would like to sell our home and move in 2013. Hopefully we can get that done.
Happy New Year!

Re: The Billionaire's Christmas Baby (7:33pm December 27, 2012):

I'm grateful for all my blessings. It wasn't the best year and hopefully next year will be better, but it's important to see a glass as half full rather than half empty.
The book sounds like a fun lighthearted read and that is what I'm in the mood for right now.

Re: Secret Santa Baby (7:25pm December 27, 2012):

I haven't read any Robin Covington books yet but now she is on my radar. The book sound like a fun read.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (6:43pm December 26, 2012):

My favorite Christmas memories are of my daughter's joy on Christmas mornings when she was a little girl. Now that she is grown and married, hopefully we will soon have little ones around the Christmas tree again.

Merry Christmas and thanks for the contest!

Re: Waltz With A Stranger (10:09pm December 21, 2012):

I recently read Mary Balogh's Huxtable series and enjoyed the family's stories very much.

Re: Deliver Me From Temptation (10:03pm December 21, 2012):

The excerpt was amazing and I have got to read the book!

Re: Deadly Patterns (9:35am December 15, 2012):

Every Christmas Eve we have lasagna for dinner. I've been watching my carbs and I'm drooling already!

Re: Just A Cowboy And His Baby (10:08am December 14, 2012):

Conflict with people you have a close relationship with is something that just happens. As long as the conflict is not overly contrived it adds to a novel.

Re: A Seal At Heart (10:00am December 14, 2012):

My team is my family of course.
The book sounds like a good read.

Re: Taming the Outback (4:15pm November 25, 2012):

Sounds like a delicious read. Feisty heroines are the best!

Re: Heart of Danger (3:31pm November 10, 2012):

I'm watching The Walking Dead on TV now and that's got to be the most horrific apocalypse ever. If an apocalypse were to happen, it would probably be a plague probably as a result of terrorism. My motto is "Enjoy everyday because who knows what tomorrow will bring."

Re: The Warrior (10:55pm November 1, 2012):

When I need to be energized, I listen to rock music. When I need to relax I listen to Enya or other new age music.

Gerard Butler is a decent actor, but I think he's a bit too much of a playboy for me to be inspired by him. But who knows, he may meet his true love one day and be a reformed playboy.

Re: Death In The Floating City (10:36am October 30, 2012):

Deanna Raybourn's Lady Julia Grey mysteries are favorites of mine. In Dark Road to Darjeeling, the Himalayas are featured. I'm sure I'll never go there, so it was fun to arm-chair travel there.

Re: Kissed By A Vampire (1:17pm October 28, 2012):

Both books sound fun! Thanks for the chance to win a prize.

Re: Iced Chiffon (1:14pm October 28, 2012):

I haven't read any of your books yet and it appears I've been missing something! That is about to be rectified.

Re: Losing Control (10:21am October 24, 2012):

Yes, I enjoy linked books where secondary characters in previous books get their HEAs. Right now I am reading Shannon McKenna's McCloud Brothers series. It's also nice that it is not necessary to read the books in order

Re: Tempting the Best Man (10:14am October 24, 2012):

Confidence is very attractive and alpha males have that quality in spades. I enjoy stories of alpha males more that beta males.

Re: Return Of The Border Warrior (10:19am October 17, 2012):

I really enjoy Jane Monheit's singing but she is not that well known. Is is a fabulous jazz singer.
I also am a fan of historical fiction, especially romance. Your book sounds wonderful!

Re: Lady X's Cowboy (12:07pm October 8, 2012):

No, I never hide that I love to read romance, even salicious romance!
I'm an empty nester who quit working when my husband retired and I figure I deserve to do what I want when I want as long as it doesn't hurt anyone. And I love to read romances with HEA's.

Re: Against His Will (12:01pm October 8, 2012):

I enjoy reading Trish Jensen's books because of the humor in them. Both books sound wonderful and I'd have a hard time choosing which to read first.

Re: Wild Encounter (10:46am October 7, 2012):

I'd do just about everything short of harming an innocent person.
The story sounds thrilling!

Re: Fool For Love (9:40pm August 29, 2012):

I loved cupcakes - not only because they taste great, but they are portion controlled so I don't over indulge! Your books sound fun.

Re: The Reluctant Matchmaker (1:58pm July 10, 2012):

My husband (6') and I (5'6") are a good match height-wise. I've often wondered about couples with great disparity in height, it can make physical intimacy a little more challenging. But I'm sure if the couple are compatible in other ways, they can work around it.

Re: Finding Her Son (7:02am May 28, 2012):

All your hero's qualities are also on my list, but I would add confidence. A man with self-confidence is sexy.

Re: Wedded In Scandal (10:38pm April 3, 2012):

Five years ago my daughter got married. Looking for a bridal gown was a trial. Most of the gowns looked great on her because she has a good figure, but she was so fussy she drove me nuts. She wanted a corset style gown with no train, no lace, and a full skirt. We finally found a gown she liked but it had a train which we had removed. She probably tried on over 100 gowns ( all of which were beautiful), before we found "the one".
I've watched the reality show Say Yes To the Dress a couple of times and found the antics of the brides to be interesting.
Hopefully your girls will find it fun and easy to get their special bridal gown when the time comes.

Re: Scrumptious (8:51pm January 16, 2012):

I earned a degree in education and really didn't like teaching. I had a family, stayed home a few years and then went into business with my husband. That I just fell into and actually it worked out quite well.
It is said that nowadays, most people change jobs every 8 years or so. In this economy, I'm sure there are lots of people who are reinventing themselves.

Re: Scrumptious (8:44pm January 16, 2012):

I always knew I wanted to be a wife and mother. I got my degree in education and really didn't like teaching. I had a family, stayed home a few years and then went into business with my husband. That I just fell into and actually it worked out quite well.
It is said that nowadays, most people change jobs every 8 years or so. In this economy, I'm sure there are lots of people who are reinventing themselves.

Re: Demon Crossings (4:05pm January 5, 2012):

Thanks so much for the chance to win your book. Sounds like a thrilling read!

Re: The Rose Garden (10:39am October 13, 2011):

I love a book that has a strong supporting cast. I get involved with the characters and if the book is part of a series, I get to find out what happens to the supporting characters. I enjoyed the Essex Sisters series by Eloisa James. I love historical romance novels. I'm unfamiliar with your books, but I will be sure to check them out.

Re: Queeen of the Sylphs (10:26am October 13, 2011):

Everyone has both good and evil inside them. This is where free will comes into play. A villain choses his own selfish desires over the more noble action. Anyone can be corrupted if he or she choses wrong over right. And a villain can change and chose the more altruistic action.

Your book sound fascinating and I would love to read it

Re: Unleashed (4:55pm October 10, 2011):

If I could be a shapeshifter, I would be want to be a predator, not prey, so I guess I would be something strong, yet beautiful, like a leopard or cheetah. I feel lucky today- maybe I'll win!!

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