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June blooms with love and intrigue

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He's DANGEROUS. She's DETERMINED. Their relationship is COMPLICATED

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They give a whole new meaning to attorney-client privilege.

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Sometimes you have to break a family to fix it.

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When a child god goes missing, can two enemies unite to find her?

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In the land of goblins, humans are a fairy tale…

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Sparks fly between an L.A. career woman and a former Army Ranger in this delightful enemies-to-lovers romance

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How secrets and differences can break—or bind—a family.

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32 comments posted.

Re: Charming Blue (10:10pm September 21, 2012):

Rapunzel! Yay!! Can't wait! And of course it will have the right amount of sex ; )
Grown up fairy tales are the BEST!!!
And even though Tank has a great following why not all three? Tank, Ramon and
Gunther? I am ready for any and all handsome quirky heros you throw our way.
So bring it on Kristine!

Re: Primal Possession (8:01pm August 15, 2012):

I am so with you. I love a variety, and it depends on what kind of story I am
reading. I love the strong kick ass chick who knows her way around weapons.
Great in a paranormal or UF. I love the sweet compassionate woman or the
damsel in distress, great in a historical. And I love the average girl who ends
up in bad circumstances but still finds a way to get out of the muck...like
finding some alpha hero to grab her hand =)

Re: West of Want (7:56pm August 8, 2012):

Oh I need a fan!!! Your writing always does that to me, well done Laura!!! Can't
wait for the rest of the directions, South and East!

eyesofblueice (at) gmail

Re: Wicked Nights (7:53pm June 29, 2012):

Barrons, he grabbed me and never let go.
I love that you had to shatter Zacharel, this book sounds dark and tempting.
Congrats on the release and the new series spin off!

Re: The Casanova Code (6:05pm June 18, 2012):

I never would have thought of personal add in the Victorian era. They would
have had to word it very carefully =)
For mine I would put:
An unattached cultured beauty of 26, seeking a gentleman ready to settle
down, who has high standards, love of the outdoors, and is pleasing to look

Hmm...not too bad for a Victorian one. (of course I picked an age and said
unattached, don't let my hubby read that, ha!).

Re: The Taming Of A Scottish Princess (6:19pm May 23, 2012):

I will also always love Indiana Jones. =) And I love when authors use him as
I love the strong alpha warrior, turns me to a puddle of jello. But really I am not
going to say no to any of them =)

Re: Enraptured (9:05pm April 26, 2012):

I can't wait to read this book, see how you turned this demon almost villain into
the hero.
My favorite villian is Darroc from the Fever series. He makes you feel for him, but
deep down he still falls on the wrong side of the line.

Re: Wedded In Scandal (9:02pm April 3, 2012):

A boy serenaded your daughter, talk about guts! My daughter is almost 3, seems
so far away but I am sure it will happen before I know it. Thanks for the prequel!
I will have to check it out as Wedded in Scandal is in my TBR list!

Re: The Needle In The Blood (5:34pm March 16, 2012):

The intricate designs in a tapestry are impressive, I have always admired those
who could take the time and effort to make something so detailed. And it is fun
to look at them and try figure out what the person was trying to portray, like in a
painting. One main idea that is obvious, but others can be hidden and make you
search for them.

Re: The Rogue Pirate's Bride (2:35pm February 25, 2012):

Thanks for stopping back and replying to everyone Shana. I know it takes your
time, but it really speaks a lot about you as an author. Makes me a fan even
more than I already was!

Re: The Rogue Pirate's Bride (7:23pm February 24, 2012):

It is great that you ran out of books to read so decided to write your own =)
I read romances for the HEA, oh and the sexy heroes that brave all kinds of evil
and overcome incredible odds to win their heroine. What more could a girl ask

Re: A Scandalous Countess (5:44pm February 17, 2012):

I like both, but from the books I have read regency takes the cake. Both eras
have wonderful clothing, social ettiqute that dares to be crossed, and some good
old chivalry. Fun post to read, love the debate!

Re: Kismet (7:21pm February 15, 2012):

The Tut exhibit sounds amazing. I saw body works at the Science Museum and
couldn't stop talking about it for days. So not exactly a word fail =)
Traveling and seeing beautiful places would be a huge perk to writing about a
foreign country, I think I should try it (or at least tell my hubby I am!)

Re: The Lord Of Illusion (3:45pm February 5, 2012):

Kathryne I love it that you check back and say "Hi" to everyone =)

Re: The Lord Of Illusion (1:15am February 4, 2012):

Dreamhame, definately. So much could be done with illusion. Even the illusion of
health can sometimes be enough to help people. But it would mostly be just
plain fun, oh the places I could create =) Fun post!

Re: Alpha Instinct (6:13pm February 2, 2012):

I am also a fan of Once Upon a Time, what a great show. It is nice to see tv
moving into this genre more. I have always been a paranormal book addict, nice
to know there are so many of us out there! Your book sounds good, love

Re: One Book In The Grave (8:47pm February 1, 2012):

What a nice post. If I love a book/author all of my friends (and even people I
see at work with books in their hands) hear about it. I love getting people
hooked on authors I enjoy.
I also stop by my favorite authors web pages, it is a good way to keep up to
date with new releases and get extra tid bits on new and old books. I love it
when I can find deleted scenes or pictures that inspired the author.

Re: Chosen By Sin (9:21pm January 31, 2012):

FBI, second civil war, suped up humans..what more could you pack into this?! I
hear great things about your books, I HAVE to add this to my TBR list. Glad you
were here so I could read about Chosen By Sin!

Re: Hold Me If You Can (10:45pm January 26, 2012):

I love your Soulfire series, they are funny and have some amazing characters. I
am very happy you have more plans for the rest of the guys =)
I havn't checked out your Alaska Heat series but it sounds like I will love that too!
Can't wait to get my hands on them!

Re: Fever (8:44pm January 25, 2012):

Wow that would be difficult to just hand off your book and leave it to the
publisher/whoever to do the publicity (content and delivery). Even book
covers they choose right?
Good for you for having goals. I havn't set goals for myself in a long time, just
too busy with getting through every day. So good for you, hope you keep it
up! And I hope your book is a success!

Re: Dreamers (1:44pm January 21, 2012):

Wow, that would throw anyone. Finding out the truth about your parents, but
to top it off you find out you are a from a family of female assassins!
Awesome story line!
I can say I know who I am, since I am a clone of my Mom...and there are no
hidden assassins in my family tree....if only! That would make family get
togethers way more exciting!

Re: Sins Of The Highlander (6:36pm January 12, 2012):

Mad Rob stripping down...can that be the trait I pick? =)
My hero's must have a vulnerability, they can be the biggest bad out there
but they have to have a vulnerability. And I love when that vulnerability is
his woman!
Can't wait to check out this book! It sounds like a wonderful read! Thanks
for sharing this excerpt today!!!

Re: Pretty Persuasion (11:24pm January 9, 2012):

I finish, even if I really dont like it. There is always something to like in a book,
so I always have something good to say in my review. 3 stars is good, borrow
from the library. 4 stars is a must own a copy. 5 stars is absolutely loved the
book, buy copies for friends.

Re: Lover's Leap (12:42pm December 29, 2011):

Everyone deserves a second chance at love. This sounds like a wonderful
heartfelt read, in a beautiful setting no less!
Hope 2012 is as great as 2011 was for you!

Re: The King's Mistress (8:46pm December 17, 2011):

What interesting facts about misteltoe! I knew Loki used it as poison but not the
other stuff! I can honestly say I have never seen any in real life.
Your book sounds so good, hope it is a big hit!

Re: Shield of Fire (8:57pm December 9, 2011):

Yup, electronics. Sums it up for about 99% of teenage boys. Love the blanket
idea, always good. The only other YA books I can think of would be Hunger
Games. And then there is awlays chocolate/candy! Always a crowd pleaser.

Re: Dreaming Of The Wolf (9:47am December 8, 2011):

I am home sick with the flu today, my wonderful children shared with me. But if I
only would have had the Silver Town Chicken Soup recipe earlier I am sure I
could have side stepped it! Ah!
The idea of food still turns my stomach though...so I think I will just go cower
under some blankets and dream of a wolf pack...

Re: Acquainted with the Night (1:14am December 3, 2011):

Ooh a new foot! Exciting! Everything I read about this book just makes me more
excited about it!

Re: Engaged in Sin (8:52pm November 8, 2011):

I love a hero that needs healing, both physical and mental. Sounds like a
promising book with deep characters! I have to put this in my TBR list.

Re: Embrace The Highland Warrior (10:35pm November 3, 2011):

I used to, but now I have become one with the night...
Sounded dramatic anyway. I love walking around at night, the perfect time to
take my Siberian husky out for a run or walk (maybe because I have him with
me I am not afraid). But sit me down with a scary movie about demons and
such and I will be awake all night long!
The new book sounds great!

Re: Romancing The Countess (10:32pm November 3, 2011):

Oh wow, pat on the back to you for completing such a wonderful book during all
of that. I was on bed rest for three months before my twins were born and I
could do nothing, was never comfortable, and was an emotional wreck. I can't
even contemplate trying to produce something worth while during that time! And
you did, Romancing the Countess is wonderful!

Re: The Norse King's Daughter (3:39pm October 2, 2011):

Nothing gets me out of a reading slump quite like a good historical
romance. Highlander or Viking romances are always great go to books for
me, can't go to long without reading one!
A new author for me, but one I will definitely have to put in my TBR list!

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