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Rumors aren't the only thing that will stir when Abigail returns to Boone County, Texas.

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From Loss to Love: A Pilot and an Artist's Colliding Worlds

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A new, action-packed adventure that blends science-fiction technology and magical fantasy elements with a touch of historical romance.

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The Valentine Balloon
February 4, 2008

251 comments posted.

Re: Once Upon a Grind (2:15pm December 7, 2014):

Cinderella stories.

Re: Billionaire Blend (10:14pm August 26, 2014):

I haven't read any of these book but they sound awesome, would
love to read them.

Re: The Counterfeit Lady (12:51pm August 5, 2014):

Sounds fantastic, would love to read this.

Re: Playing It Close (11:44am April 17, 2014):

This sounds like an awesome read, would love to read it.

Re: The Winter Bride (11:21am April 2, 2014):

I do love a beta hero a walk on the light side is nice for a

Re: Pretty Reckless (1:52pm March 24, 2014):

I do love me some cowboys

Re: The Rancher's Second Chance (11:41am March 12, 2014):

I love me some cowboys and always have my father was always
reading cowboy books and watching them on TV so I think that
is why I love them so much now. I grew up learning about them

Re: Must Love Dukes (11:42am February 27, 2014):

Mine was when I was a teen ager and my brother brought a guy
down to meet me and I didn't know they were coming. At the
time I was back in an old closet clean wall paper of the wall
and had dirt and sweat all over me. I was a total mess.

Re: Hot Rock (3:51pm February 25, 2014):

I think its the bad boy image, we all want a bad boy but know
they are not the best choice for us.

Re: The Cowboy's Mail Order Bride (11:57am February 20, 2014):

Love mail order bride stories and I can't wait to read this
one. Thanks for sharing

Re: Once In A Lifetime (4:35pm February 18, 2014):

Romantic! I love Jill's books and I can't wait to read this
one. Pick Me!

Re: Miss Molly Robbins Designs A Seduction (12:50pm February 6, 2014):

Love historicals and this sounds awesome! Anyone that wants
snow you can have all of mine. I am ready for spring

Re: Wishing On Buttercups (3:33pm January 24, 2014):

You would be a new author to me but your books sounds
wonderful, and I would love to read it. In some ways I am an
insecure person and other ways I am not. Depends on what it

Re: The Scandal in Kissing an Heir (2:00pm December 31, 2013):

Congrats on your new release! I love the cover and I can't
wait to read your book. It sounds really good.

Re: A Cadence Creek Christmas (11:38am November 7, 2013):

This sounds really good. I love Christmas books.

Re: Fearless Heart (4:58pm May 5, 2013):

This sounds like my kind of book. I would love to read it. I
also love the cover!

Re: Sweet Madness (7:22pm April 5, 2013):

Blue has always been my favorite color. Didn't know this about

Re: The Forsaken (4:03pm March 24, 2013):

Like you I believe in angels. For one thing when I was 21 I
hit a tree head on. Back then we didn't wear seat belts,
cars didn't have them or we just didn't use them. Someone
was with me that day because I came out of that car accident
with a broken are and dislocated shoulder. It did take a
year to over it because my arm was broken so bad and they
didn't think I would have normal use of it again, but I did.

Re: The Blue-Ribbon Jalape?o Society Jubilee (6:22pm March 7, 2013):

I really enjoy your books and I am sure this one will be

Re: Lord Of Darkness (12:11pm March 4, 2013):

I am really big into historical romance and I can't wait to
read this series. I loved your Prince series, it was just

Re: The Mistress Memoirs (1:41pm February 20, 2013):

Sounds really good!

Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (1:27pm February 7, 2013):

I haven't read any books in this series but must check it out.
I do love reading about horses but I never have been around
them much.

Re: In From The Cold (2:58pm February 3, 2013):

I don't like the cold so curling up by the fire with a good
book works for me.

Re: Finding Home (12:15pm January 13, 2013):

Hi Lois, this is my kind of book. Love the small town stories
and ranches and all those good things wrapped up into one.
Thanks for the great giveaway.

Re: Chance Of A Lifetime (2:23pm January 7, 2013):

Can't wait to read this book.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (6:06pm November 8, 2012):

I would love to read this book. It sounds awesome and its the
type of book I like to read,.

Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess (5:41pm September 25, 2012):

I am more at home when I am with my family and it doesn't
matter who's house we are at as long as family is there.

Re: Blame It On Texas (12:48pm August 26, 2012):

Love your grandmother's quote! I really enjoy your books they
bring me laughter. I think I have read most of them so I can't
wait to get your new one.

Re: Wild Texas Rose (2:01pm August 6, 2012):

Love Jodi's books and I can't wait to read this one. I love books set in Texas, they are my favorite read.

Re: The Last Victim (2:15pm August 5, 2012):

Great post and I love your books. We all have that little voice inside that tell us what to do weather you are a writer or not always listen to your own voice.

Re: Married By Midnight (1:22pm August 3, 2012):

I do not wait for the author to finish a series before I start. I go ahead and read what I have when I get it. I have waited two years before for a final book in a series. I usually keep the other books so I can go back and refresh my memory on the story.

Re: Lady Amelia's Mess And A Half (10:34pm June 28, 2012):

I would love to read this book sounds awesome.

Re: The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine (6:13am June 23, 2012):

Oh yes I do enjoy something different in my books!

Re: The Casanova Code (11:58am June 18, 2012):

I just want a man that can cook and clean! Kind and sweet would be nice also.

Re: Home For The Summer (5:19pm June 4, 2012):

I spent a lot of the summers staying with my girlfriend and her father was a lock keeper so she lived near the river so we spent time on the little beach there and went swimming in the river. My sister still lives where I grew up so I visit quite often. Love small town stories.

Re: The Rebel Rancher (6:35am May 27, 2012):

Sorry to hear about your father in law the same thing happened to us in Dec. My father in law passed away on the 12 of Dec and he had been ill for a while. Your books sound really good and I would love to read them. They sound like books from the heart.

Re: Somebody To Love (6:00am April 24, 2012):

I have had to start over a few times in my life. My husband and I both lost a job we had for twenty one years boy was that a rude awakening.

Re: The Fallen Woman of Vil?gos (12:01pm April 18, 2012):

I am going with Richard Castle, I know he is a writer but in the show he does more PI work.

Re: Trouble Me (1:50pm April 9, 2012):

Trouble Me sounds like a fantastic story, it got everything I love.

Re: One Hot Cowboy Wedding (7:06pm April 8, 2012):

All of the above. Love your books can't wait to get this one.

Re: In Search of Lucy (2:17pm March 31, 2012):

I haven't been on a road trip in years. Right now at the price of gas no one can aford one. Love the cover of your book and its sounds really good.

Re: Against The Night (12:29pm March 9, 2012):

I have to say Gone With the Wind

Re: Texas Pride (11:38am March 8, 2012):

I don't really think reading romance changes my relationships, but I love reading romance. It takes me into a different relationship that I don't have and I think this is fun. Leigh's books are just awesome and I would love to read this one. Most of the time I don't read book written by a man but this is on man's books I will read everyone I get my hands on.

Re: Miss Hillary Schools a Scoundrel (11:14am February 28, 2012):

I have been hearing a lot of good things about this book would love to read it.

Re: A Scandalous Countess (12:28pm February 9, 2012):

I think that I have never read a Georgian book but sounds very interesting. I love your books and I can't wait to read this.

Re: Far from Here (11:28am February 4, 2012):

I make quilts but its been a while since I made one.

Re: Chosen By Sin (4:21pm January 31, 2012):

I love reading romantic suspense! One of my favorite reads.

Re: Dreamers (6:28am January 21, 2012):

This does sound like a great read. I couldn't imagine what it would be like to find out everything I knew about myself was a lie.

Re: Sins Of The Highlander (12:54pm January 12, 2012):

Love me some highlanders, so must have this book.

Re: Bride By Mistake (7:04pm January 10, 2012):

Sounds fabulous, heard some really good things about this book. I love Marriage of Convenience stories so I would love to read this one. My choice of marriage would be Kevin Costner or Sam Elliot.

Re: Hot Rain (11:42am January 4, 2012):

I don't think I would ever do online dating, I wouldn't trust anyone from a site like this. To many weird people out today. Your book sounds fabulous and I would love to read it.

Re: Sweet Reward (1:19pm January 2, 2012):

I love the tortured hero because they always have their flaws and a hero must have flaws in my book.

Re: A Promise Of Safekeeping (1:31pm January 1, 2012):

I collect thimbles, pigs, and books. The pig collection got out of hand and then I started with the thimbles because they are small and I sew. Love to get them from different places. Books I will always collect. Love getting the autograph and try to keep all that is.

Re: Lover's Leap (6:30pm December 29, 2011):

Just wanted to say I love your books and am hooked on your Eternity Springs series, don't enter me because I have read these three books. I am looking for Lover's Leap right now, looked at Walmart again today and they didn't have it.

Re: The King's Mistress (7:37pm December 17, 2011):

Haven't seen real mistletoe in years. We used to collect it out of trees when we were growing up. Your books sounds really good, can't wait to read it.

Re: Wild Thing (12:36pm December 5, 2011):

I think opposites do attract! My husband and I have nothing in common at all. Your book sounds fantastic and I would love to read it.

Re: She Can Run (6:44pm November 29, 2011):

Your books sounds fabulous. I love historicals, contemporary and romantic suspense which is what I read most of the time, but I do switch around a lot.

Re: A Crimson Warning (2:04pm November 24, 2011):

I am thankful for what is left of my family, and my friends. Also for the wonderful book authors that writed us books so we can excape the real world for a while.

Re: The Storm That Is Sterling (12:13pm November 22, 2011):

I can't say I have a favorite hero its the one I am reading at the time. I love spending Thanksgiving eating a big dinner with the family.

Re: White Dawn (8:11pm November 21, 2011):

Oh wow this sounds like my kind of read. Would love to read this one. YOu are a new author to me, love new authors. Westerns are my favorite read.

Re: The Highlander's Heart (8:53pm November 16, 2011):

I love the tortured hero and your books sounds fabulous

Re: Because Of You (6:19pm November 14, 2011):

I have been hearing a lot of good things about this book and I really want to read it. Sounds wonderful!

Re: Tall, Dark And Cowboy (12:01pm November 7, 2011):

I would love to read this book! I love reading the western romance my favorite read. I do love me some cowboys. Thanks for sharing with us today.

Re: Engaged in Sin (12:04pm November 5, 2011):

Sounds like a great read and I love the cover.

Re: Darn Good Cowboy Christmas (11:33am November 4, 2011):

I always want everyone else to have a great Christmas its the most important thing to me. If you want you can give me a cowboy for Christmas because I love them so.

Re: Always a Temptress (11:55am November 3, 2011):

My favorite series is Kaki Warner's Blood Rose series, I really got hooked on this one, she was also a new author and I love reading new to me authors. Your series sounds awesome will have to check it out.

Re: Dire Threads (7:43pm October 23, 2011):

I learned to sew in home ect in school and taught my sister to so. She then started quilting and taught me how to quilt. So I guess we learned from each other.

Re: The Comforts Of Home (12:12pm October 21, 2011):

Hi Jodi, just wanted to say I love your books and will be looking for this one.

Re: Flawless (12:36pm October 20, 2011):

I believe some bad boys can be redeemed but not all of them, it depends on the person. They all can be changed some but to what degree is different. As far as the cheaters once a cheat always a cheat.

Re: Utterly Charming (12:52pm October 19, 2011):

My favorite is Cinderella. I love the rags to riches stories. I have already set my DVR to record Once Upon a Time. Looking forward to it.

Re: Attracted to Fire (8:47pm October 18, 2011):

I have never been to Texas, but I love reading books set in Texas

Re: Against The Storm (5:52pm October 17, 2011):

I really love your books. I am so glad you didn't give up on your writing. I am not a writer and never will be and I so admire authors for their wonderful work.

Re: Roommates (7:56pm October 4, 2011):

I kind of like the name Joseph!

Re: The Seduction of Sophie Seacrest (11:55am September 26, 2011):

I like to switch around with my books also. I get bored if I read the same thing all the time and go into a reading slump. My favorite hero of all time is Rhett Butler.

Re: The Last Rising (11:58am September 17, 2011):

Oh the whisper kiss is the best who could get by without that!

Re: To Sketch A Thief (2:57pm September 16, 2011):

I am not much on coming up with names myself! I know when my son was born my husbands family wanted him named after my husband but the third because husband was a jr. I refused to do so. I stuck with the same letters but not the name.

Re: No Proper Lady (3:58pm September 12, 2011):

This book sounds fabulous and I would love to read it.

Re: Lord and Lady Spy (4:03pm September 8, 2011):

Oh i love the actors you chose. I have been hearing a lot of good things about this book can't wait to read it.

Re: Deep Disclosure (5:10pm September 7, 2011):

Congrats on your new release, sounds wonderful! I take life one day at a time so I guess I live for the now.

Re: The Wedding Affair (10:27pm September 6, 2011):

I always wanted a doll house but never had one. Before I got married we bought a small house, didn't seem like if was much bigger then a doll house four little rooms and a bath but that was all we could afford at the time but over the years we added on a remodeled the old part of our house and now its about an average size house, still needs to be bigger but its ours.

Re: Deadly Descent (1:47pm September 5, 2011):

Congrats on your new book, sounds awesome. I love seals

Re: Bel Air (1:39pm September 4, 2011):

My favorite icecream would have to be vanilla!

Re: Sweet Justice (10:00pm September 3, 2011):

I haven't read any really evil heros lately but I love a good romantic suspense. I have only read one of your books but I really enjoyed it.

Re: Lady Of The English (11:43am September 2, 2011):

Sounds like a great read. I love historicals, they are my favorite read.

Re: Serendipity (4:10pm September 1, 2011):

I like all types of heros depends on the mood I am in. I guess you could say I love them all. Your books sounds fabulous and I would love to read it.

Re: Diaries Of An Urban Panther (11:47am August 31, 2011):

I would scream and run just as fast as I could.

Re: Red's Hot Cowboy (2:54pm August 24, 2011):

I love me some cowboys. I have been hearing a lot of good things about this book and I would love to read it.

Re: Love Me Twice (1:51pm August 18, 2011):

Your not alone, I can't dance either and never could. Your book sounds fantastic and I would love to read it.

Re: The Orphan Sister (1:58pm August 17, 2011):

My summer hasn't been the best in the world. I have spend some time working on the house, its been two hot to get out and do the work outside I usually do. The past month I have has some problems with a tooth that had a root canal go wrong. So between spending time in dentist office and oral surgens offices it hasn't been a fun summer. This weekend have to move son back to college, maybe things will settle down after that.

Re: Fezariu's Epiphany (5:25pm August 13, 2011):

Congrats on your new release! I think we all live in a fantasy to a certain degree. A lot of us live that fantasy through books. So I think I would really enjoy this book. I like to let my imagination wonder into different worlds.

Re: Making Waves (1:59pm August 8, 2011):

Great choice of people for your book. Your book sound fabulous would love to read it.

Re: Midnight Fear (1:02pm August 7, 2011):

Congrats on your books, they sound like great reads.

Re: Pleating for Mercy (5:40pm August 5, 2011):

My hobby is reading all the way! Its my favorite thing to do. I also do some quilting but its been a while since I have done that.

Re: The Lady Of The Storm (5:30pm August 4, 2011):

I really enjoy reading your books because they are different! I can't wait to read this one.

Re: Notorious (3:06pm July 29, 2011):

I would travel by myself of course! See all the sites and meet as many handsome men as possible. Is that scandalous enough?

Re: A Gentleman Never Tells (3:35pm July 25, 2011):

I often find typo errors in books but I don't pay a lot of attention to them, that happens and I understant how. I have never really found anything to throw the book way off though. I really enjoy reading your books so I would love to read this one.

Re: The Crepe Makers' Bond (5:31pm July 13, 2011):

I am a little on the shy side but not as bad as I used to be. I do have a temper but take a lot before it comes out and I sometimes put foot in the mouth when I shouldn't when I get mad, trying to change that.

Re: Magnificent Passage (4:31pm July 12, 2011):

I love the western romances they are my favorite read and I would love to read this one.

Re: Just One Season In London (6:58pm July 11, 2011):

Oh wow this sounds like a great read, will have to start watching for it. It sound like my kind of read.

Re: Dying For Justice (8:51pm June 28, 2011):

My fear is where our country is headed right now. Things are really bad no jobs and every thing is going up. Where are we going to be in ten years if things keep going the way they are.

Re: Night Veil (10:38pm June 27, 2011):

I always loved Batman myself, he had an awesome car and he wasn't perfect.

Re: Under a Desert Sky (2:39pm June 18, 2011):

Your books sounds fabulous. Happy Ever After is when a couple gets together and things really work out for them in the end.

Re: The Lost Summer Of Louisa May Alcott (9:59pm June 16, 2011):

I would love to read this books, it sounds really good.

Re: Treasure Me (12:40pm March 3, 2011):

I love your book, they are awesome. I love the little peaks into a writers life. If they are a favorite I want to learn as much about them as I can. Authors make our world so much better because they give us different places to travel to.

Re: Wild Man Creek (11:52am January 29, 2011):

Great preview! I love the covers of your books but have not read a lot of them, thanks for sharing.

Re: Somewhere Along the Way (5:07pm November 16, 2010):

I have been hearing a lot about this book, would love to read it.

Re: The Christmas Clock (6:58pm November 15, 2010):

I love reading Christmas stories and I always start reading them about this time of year, just finished one! This sounds really good!

Re: The Devil She Knows (4:16pm November 7, 2010):

This sounds really good, I would love to read it!

Re: Seducing The Duchess (11:55pm October 6, 2010):

I love reading romance and I don't care who knows it. I have always been like that. Yes and I love those sexy covers.

Re: One Fine Cowboy (1:54am September 7, 2010):

I do love me some cowboys, please enter me!

Re: Roast Mortem (2:38pm August 14, 2010):

Tell me someone who doesn't love pancakes and firemen. I love anything with blueberries!

Re: The Quick and the Thread (2:48pm August 6, 2010):

I have never been to a book sighing but have always wanted to go to one. There never is any around where I live that I know of!

Re: The Smuggler And The Society Bride (3:43pm August 4, 2010):

Congrats on your new release, I have read your books before and really enjoyed them.

Re: Monster in Miniature (12:00pm July 30, 2010):

I do enjoy a good mystery and I love the sound of yours. Sounds like a fun read!

Re: Knight Of Passion (3:44pm July 23, 2010):

Congrats on your release! I haven't read a good medieval in a while so I think I would really enjoy this one.

Re: Tomb With A View (3:12pm July 19, 2010):

I don't really believe in ghost but I really enjoy reading stories about them. I would love to read this book!

Re: Revenge for Old Times' Sake (3:34pm July 16, 2010):

This sounds like a great read! I will have to say it doesn't take much to wake me up, not a deep sleeper at all.

Re: Murder in the Abstract (4:34pm July 14, 2010):

I would love to read your book, sounds awesome! We all love them bad boys, I dated a few myself!

Re: Ice Cold (12:59pm July 13, 2010):

This book sounds like a really good read, I have not read your books before!

Re: To Conquer a Highlander (2:01pm July 12, 2010):

I collect books, fabric, pigs and thimbles. I started with the thimbles when I ran out of room for my pigs. I have pigs everywhere and thimbles don't take up as much room.

Re: The Wild Irish Sea (1:58pm July 8, 2010):

This sounds fabulous, I love book set in Ireland!

Re: Crush On You (7:51pm July 6, 2010):

Yes I love the friends to lovers thing. The man I married started out just as a friend!

Re: Hidden Wives (2:07pm June 26, 2010):

I have been hooked on cowboys myself lately. I read Kaki Warner's books Pieces of Sky and Open Country, they were totally awesome reads. I have been in kind of a reading slum since. Don't know what I want to read. Maybe I sound check out the books in the post up above my. The Vicki Lewis Thompson's books sound really good!

Re: Sworn To Protect (1:59pm June 25, 2010):

I like this type of women too! I have always done things like this. I have done a lot of the remodel work on our house right along with my husband!

Re: Fatal Affair (2:00pm June 24, 2010):

This sounds like a great read! I would love to read it!

Re: The Lies We Told (4:14pm June 18, 2010):

Your book sounds fabulous and I would love to read it!

Re: Dragon Unmasked (3:53pm June 16, 2010):

I am in a bit of a reading slump myself and I am not sure what I want to read! I read Kaki Warner's book Open Country a couple of weeks ago and it was awesome but I have not found anything since to keep me into the book. I think i was spoiled by that one book.

Re: Royal Captive (6:13pm June 15, 2010):

I like to plan things but change can be good sometimes!

Re: Hidden Wives (1:50pm June 12, 2010):

You can't go wrong with cake. This one is very pretty! I have not read your books but this one sounds really good and I will have to start watching for them.

Re: Seducing the Knight (11:59am June 11, 2010):

Oh I love me some Knights, this sounds really good!

Re: Crush On You (1:54pm June 10, 2010):

I was dressed in jeans and t-shirt because we met at work! Congrats on your new release! I enjoy reading a good contempary sometimes, I read historical most, but switch off to the contemparies.

Re: Night Myst (2:12pm June 4, 2010):

I have not read your books before but they sound really good!

Re: I Love This Bar (3:37pm June 3, 2010):

Congrats on your new series! I can't wait to read it!

Re: The Making Of A Duchess (1:48pm June 2, 2010):

I love historical romance, they are my favorite read! I can't say I have ever pretended to be someone else. Maybe as a child but not since I have been an adult!

Re: Strange Neighbors (7:20pm June 1, 2010):

This sounds like a wonderful read and I would love to read it!

Re: Blown Away (3:53pm May 30, 2010):

I usually read them as I get them because i can't wait! I do go back to the other books a refresh my memory! I am reading Kaki Warner's Blood Rose trilogy right now, I have read two of the book but the last one comes out in January! I really recommend these books the first two are Pieces of Sky and Open Country, they are awesome!

Re: Dead in the Family (2:12pm May 29, 2010):

Great post! I just finished Kaki Warner's second book in her Blood Rose series Open Country! Pieces of Sky and Open Country are awesome reads that you don't want to put down!

Re: Sex And The Single Earl (4:35pm May 19, 2010):

I love the small town settings. I live in a small town myself and I prefer to live in a small town. People are just more friendly this way.

Re: On Folly Beach (6:31pm May 18, 2010):

Family is what life is all about! I would love to read these stories, they sound like wonderful reads. Please enter me! Also I would love to go to the KY book festival

Re: A Thread So Thin (1:59pm May 16, 2010):

Never had an imaginary friend that I can remember when I was growing up! I had a best friend though from a very young age! Now I think my books are my best friend, they intertain me!

Re: Silent Truth (2:32pm May 15, 2010):

This sounds like a lot of fun but I have never been to a convention before, but would love to go! I just don't travel much!

Re: Haunting Warrior (8:38pm May 12, 2010):

I would travel back to the mid 1800 Scotland I think. I would love to meet a highlander!

Re: Sex Drive (4:41pm May 10, 2010):

I don't read magazines very ofen but I love a good anthology when I don't have a lot of time to read! I go for the full novals when I have time to set down and spend time with the book! I love a book that you just can't put down then. One that will keep you up until three a.m.

Re: A Thread So Thin (2:14pm May 8, 2010):

Great post! I like to read YA books! I think they are well written and when I get one I read it then pass it on to my niece. I am trying to get her to read more!

Re: Chasing Perfect (11:57am April 28, 2010):

I am a country mouse myself and i have only lived in small towns.

Re: A Thread So Thin (11:33am April 26, 2010):

There is a few things I have done it my life I would do over different if I had the chance. I would change a few thing in my life! We all make bad choices in life sometime and would like to change them.

Re: Rule's Bride (11:55am April 23, 2010):

I have heard alot about these books and can't wait to read them!

Re: Silent Truth (11:21am April 19, 2010):

My passion is what ever I am doing at the time. If its a quilt I am making or just reading a book. I put all I have in it and then more!

Re: Demonkeepers (11:52am April 14, 2010):

Sounds like a great book and I am sorry to say I have never read your books before!

Re: Big Bad Wolf (12:14pm April 10, 2010):

I haven't read any of these! I hate reading series out of order, but sometimes it happens. Sometimes I don't realize the book is part of a series until I have read it.

Re: The Darcy Cousins (11:37am April 5, 2010):

Very interesting post! Please enter me!

Re: Just Fooling Around (2:25pm April 2, 2010):

My husband was telling me a joke played on one of their employees yesterday, very funny but I can't go into detail! Your books sound fab and I can't wait to read them!

Re: A Certain Wolfish Charm (11:45am March 31, 2010):

Your books sounds fantastic and i would love to read it! I love HEA myself!

Re: An Earl to Enchant (11:49am March 30, 2010):

Frankly my dear I don't give a damn has always been my favorite and I have used it quite often myself!

Re: Small Change (11:45am March 25, 2010):

These are wonderful tips and we all should use them! Great post!

Re: On The Steamy Side (2:54pm March 23, 2010):

Oh wow my mind draws a blank on the name of a book with a child, but then again Audrea and the Maveric by Elaine Levine had several children in it! On of them was very special. I loved this book it was a great read! I have also read several Intrigue books with children! I guess I just don't think much about the children because they are a part of the life cycle!

Re: The Stolen Crown (1:59pm March 15, 2010):

I love historicals myself! They are my favorite read but most are romances!

Re: The You I Never Knew (5:59pm March 14, 2010):

I like both, there are times i am just in the mood for a good cry and other times I want a laugh! So give me both!

Re: The Scarlet Lion (11:59am March 11, 2010):

I don't like any noise when I am reading. I want the room quite, but when I am in the car I have to have my music!

Re: Seeing Red (1:31pm February 28, 2010):

I usually average about 5 or 6 books a month! I love Susan Crandall's books. My top pick for the month was Audrea and the Maveric by Elaine Levine and then I re-read her book Rachel and the Hired Gun. I loved these two books. Then again I have been hooked on the Romatic Western's lately.

Re: Cowboy Trouble (1:12am February 27, 2010):

Great post! I have never read you books before, but I love me some cowboys. They are my favorite read.

Re: Chick with a Charm (1:49am February 19, 2010):

I don't have either right now! I think I would be more a cat person but I like both. We can't have a cat because son has an alergia to them. To me cats seem to keep theirselfs clean and you don't have to walk them because they will use a litter box. They do like to set in you lap and be patted. They just seem to be more calm.

Re: Legend Of The White Wolf (11:37am February 5, 2010):

I love reading about werewolves! They are my favorite paranormal creature!

Re: Viking in Love (11:51am February 4, 2010):

I love reading new authors to me and you named some great ones! If you like western romances I discover Elaine Levine last year! I have always been a big fan of Constance O'Banyon I have read all of her books. Donna McMeans and Anna Campbell also great authors

Re: Drive Time (11:57am February 1, 2010):

I can keep a secret if I think it should be kept. There are times when it is best to keep the secret reather then hurting someone. Your books sound fantastic and I can't wait to read one. I love a good mystery!

Re: Getting Lucky (12:42pm January 18, 2010):

I have been hearing a lot about these books lately and I can't wait to read them! Thanks for sharing.

Re: The Keepers Of Sulbreth (12:41pm January 18, 2010):

Yes I pick books sometimes for the title!

Re: The Keepers Of Sulbreth (11:34am January 15, 2010):

Yes I have The Leopard Prince by Elizabeth Holt, loved the name and the hero Harry Pye has always stayed with me.

Re: Mr. Fitzwilliam Darcy (11:42am January 11, 2010):

It seems all authors are so busy, I don't know how they manage! Your book sound awesome!

Re: My Dearest Mr. Darcy (11:51am January 7, 2010):

I watched GWTH right before Christmas, great movie! Yes we all love out babies! There is just nothing like going and visiting the new babies at the hospital! This book sounds fabulous and I can't wait to read it!

Re: Dangerous Highlander (3:32pm January 4, 2010):

I think the author should be able to title their own books after all they wrote the book.

Re: Prime Evil (1:27am December 18, 2009):

I have a very good friend that would love this book! She is th best and has been through a lot lately.

Re: The Beautiful Being (9:12pm December 17, 2009):

I can see where your coming from here and that goes alone with everything we do. The more we do it the better we get at it. Practice makes perfect with us all.

Re: Kitty and the Midnight Hour (1:35pm December 13, 2009):

I would love to send this to a good friend that means the world to me. She has always been there when I needed her and would do anything in the world for you.

Re: Remembering Ashby (7:07pm December 11, 2009):

Great giveaway! I have a friend that would love this book. She has had it rough this past year. Of course there is a lot of people this way right now. I just think she would love it and she has always been there for me.

Re: Keeper Of The Way (11:49am December 10, 2009):

All of these sound great and I would love to give them to a friend who just loves paranormals. What a wonderful Christmas gift it would be for her.

Re: Dancing On The Head Of A Pin (12:57pm December 6, 2009):

I would like to give this gift to a friend of my that's really had it rough this past year, with jobs and such! We share a great interest in reading and I thing she would really enjoy these books.

Re: The Strangely Beautiful Tale of Miss Percy Parker (11:49am December 4, 2009):

I have heard a lot about this book. I would love to give this to a friend I met a few years ago. We became close just from our interest in reading and she has had it rough this past year.

Re: The Splendor Falls (4:26pm December 2, 2009):

I know my great niece would love this book. She just started reading books this past year and I try to get them for her. Reading is a good thing and young people don't read enough this day in time.

Re: Take Me For A Ride (12:05pm November 25, 2009):

You name it I have probably done it some time in the kitchen! I have cooked for years but I still screw up all the time. Like let thing boil dry on water and burn them to the kettle, bad mess to clean up. One time I caught a cookie on fire and threw it on the counter yep let a hugh burn spot on the counter. One time my girlfriend and I made cup cakes to take to school and cooked them the same amount of time you would cook a cake. We put frosting on the burnt cup cakes and took them to school anyways.

Re: Captive of Sin (2:32pm November 24, 2009):

Hi Anna, I love the tortured hero's, my favorite. I have a lot of favorites and its just to hard to pick one, even down to Rhett Buttler! I can't wait to read your new book, because you write some awesome tortured hero's yourself!

Re: Stolen Heat (1:49pm November 19, 2009):

I really enjoy the secondary romances. They add to the story, more interesting.

Re: Dark Legacy (11:48am November 18, 2009):

This looks like a great read and I having been hearing a lot of good things about it.

Re: Over My Dead Body (11:41am November 16, 2009):

Oh I remember going to grandma's on Thanksgiving, she had huge meals. She had about 50 grandchildren so we are talking huge dinners. I cook a dinner for my family now and we have about 12 people for these dinners, a big differents. Families are just not as big now as they use to be.

Re: Willoughby's Return (11:37am November 12, 2009):

If I could go back in time I would love to have a ball gown. I love to read historicals and the gowns they discribe in them are beautiful.

Re: Wild Blue Under (2:26pm November 9, 2009):

This sounds like a really good read! I would love to read it.

Re: Captive Desires (3:52pm November 2, 2009):

Hello, and congrat on your new release! Love the cover of this book! I think the only creative talents I have is making quilts, and I do pretty well with that.

Re: Final Approach (11:56am October 30, 2009):

Most of the time I don't have much left because I have a lot to treat. I am the one that hands out the treats, hubby could care less!

Re: Santa Honey (2:14pm October 24, 2009):

I totally understand what you are saying. I am a book person myself, but I want that book in my hand. I don't want an e-book. I have to have that paper in my hand. Maybe I am wrong by being this way but I like the feel of those pages on paper. I guess I don't like change.

Re: My Wicked Vampire (7:17pm October 20, 2009):

I like to read both books with humor and some on the dark side! I would love to read your books! I can see why humor would be hard to write because we all see things differently.

Re: Loot the Moon (1:47pm October 19, 2009):

I'm a get-er-done type of person. If I will go ahead a do what needs to be done then I get to spend the evenings reading and doing the things I want to do.

Re: Finger Lickin' Fifteen (1:32pm October 17, 2009):

I also travel in my books so I like a pretty good discription, but to much just gets boring sometimes. So I guess there is a fine line at being to much! If it gets to be to much I just kind of skim over it.

Re: The Promise (2:04pm October 11, 2009):

I would read them some of the older books are awesome reads, they are a little different then today but good just the same. You may want to switch for an old to a new and then maybe you could catch up, on both.

Re: Can't Stand the Heat (6:40pm October 6, 2009):

I love to read about these types of heros and to get one in the kitchen, would be so awesome! I haven't read your book but would love to!

Re: Bluegrass Christmas (1:43pm September 28, 2009):

I love Christmas stories and a little quirks add to the story. Thanks for sharing!

Re: Shades of Twilight (1:05pm September 26, 2009):

I have never been to a book sighning but would love to go to one. There is just not many in the area where I live!

Re: A Christmas Ball (5:44pm September 21, 2009):

I guess my favorite holiday food would be turkey and home made dumplings. Favorite movie would be The Holiday, favorite christman was when my whole family was together with our mother and father, which has been many years ago. My brother was in and my mother and father and brother was still with us. They are all gone now. All I have left is two sisters and we still get together for the holidays.

Re: Audrey's Door (12:42pm September 20, 2009):

I don't agree with hate mail if you don't have anything nice to say just don't say it. That goes for books, if they are to dark for you don't buy them!

Re: What I Did For Love (1:34pm September 19, 2009):

I do my reading at night on the recliner couch. If hubby is watching TV I put ear plugs in, because I don't want to be disturbed. I really get into the book. If it is really good I may set up until three in the morning. I always have a drink beside me and it I need anything else I will get up and get it.

Re: Table Manners (3:58pm September 6, 2009):

My son is home from college so I want be doing a lot except his laundry and I have to take him food shopping. Don't want the boy to go hundry.

Re: Highland Rebel (2:31pm September 3, 2009):

I love me some highlanders and I would love to read this book. It sounds awesome.

Re: Dragons Prefer Blondes (12:18pm August 29, 2009):

I don't watch TV interviews very often, I have to much to do. I don't watch TV much anyways. I think I could get into something like this with my favorite authors. My spair time I try to get reading in.

Re: Haunting Beauty (1:55pm August 28, 2009):

Yes I would love to change a lot of things in my past! The problem is we don't get do overs.

Re: The Treasures Of Venice (7:36pm August 27, 2009):

Congrats on your new release! We celdbrate Fourth of July and Christmas is a big one for us also.

Re: Gordath Wood (9:05pm August 22, 2009):

Both sets of books look great! I am one of the people that set up half the night reading. It my time.

Re: Skykeepers (12:07pm August 21, 2009):

I haven't read any of this series yet but I really wanting too. I have been hearing so much about it and it sounds like an awesome read.

Re: Tortured (8:43pm August 18, 2009):

Congrats on your new release! This book sounds like a very interesting read and I would love to read it.

Re: Bad Moon Rising (1:57pm August 8, 2009):

I would love to go to a book signing, because I have never been. The only bookstore that we had in a now near where I live closed last year, so no bookstore. I have to order the books I want to get.

Re: Nothing But Scandal (2:56pm August 7, 2009):

I like the strong heroines, that know what they want and they can get by without a man to help them. Sometimes in my books I become that heroine. Yes there is not much I can't do if I set my mind to it.

Re: Waking Nightmare (5:32pm July 22, 2009):

I think I would like to work in a book store. Then you would be surrounded by what we all love

Re: The Beach House (1:08pm July 11, 2009):

I really enjoy reading and yes I get a lot out of it. I love to read historicals and I learn a lot about the history of the world this way. I travel in books.

Re: Wild Heart (7:06pm June 29, 2009):

Congrats on your debut book and getting published! I know authors have to go through a lot but if has to be haven to have that first book in your hands. Just like a new baby.

Re: Loving a Lost Lord (1:05pm June 28, 2009):

I have noticed that my self. Most of the time this doesn't bother me, but sometimes you think your getting something different and your reading the same thing. When this happens I get in a reading slump.

Re: The Scot And I (4:07pm June 25, 2009):

I like a change of pase every now and then. I switch around with my reading. It sounds like what you done work for you.

Re: Seducing an Angel (10:11pm June 23, 2009):

Well said Mary, I love the why you define romance and love. You are so right. I have never heard it put like that but it is oh so true. I love reading your books, so please put me in the drawing.

Re: The Promise (3:36pm June 5, 2009):

Congrats TJ!

Re: Beneath Bone Lake (12:35pm May 28, 2009):

I can't say I am afraid of spiders but I don't want them around. I don't like snakes at all. No an alligator I would be afraid of for sure. I just don't live where they live, maybe if you lived close to them they would bother you as much. I think I would reather just stay away from them

Re: Dragons Prefer Blondes (11:15am May 23, 2009):

I am a seat of the pants reader. I don't plan a read, I just grab a book that looks good and go with it! They are so many to choose from today so its a hard to decide what to read!

Re: The Accidental Lawman (5:43pm May 22, 2009):

Hi Jill, The Accidental Lawman sounds like a great read. I love a story with some humor in it. I think I need a good laugh right now.

Re: Let It Ride (8:51pm May 11, 2009):

I try to catch up on yard work
Do some major cleaning in house and outside.
Catch up on some reading.
Do some quilting. My list can go on and on, because I always have a lot to do, just making myself do it is the problem.

Re: Dead And Gone (12:02pm May 9, 2009):

Hey we all have voices in our heads from time to time, but we don't always listen to them. I enjoy movies made from books but the books are usualy better then the movies. I haven't read this series but I think I would enjoy it.

Re: Red Kiss (6:36pm May 7, 2009):

I had a feeling you ladies had a lot to go through to get published I just didn't realize just how much bull you had to go through!

Re: Bunco Babes Tell All (1:54am May 6, 2009):

Hi Maria, it sound like your book would have a lot of humor in it and I really enjoy books like that. I can't say I have ever heard of Bunco but it sounds interesting.

Re: Sea Lord (1:50pm May 5, 2009):

I can't remember a lot of stories growing up. I remember Black Beauty. Also remember The Little Red Hen. I also remember a lot of your normal fairy tales like Cinderella and always loved that story.

Re: Sunset Bay (12:41pm May 2, 2009):

I also wish I was going to tea! I think meeting an author personaly would be an awesome thing to do. This is something I have never had to chance to do. I do plan to one day.

Re: The Madness Of Lord Ian Mackenzie (10:52pm April 29, 2009):

I love books writen with unusual heros. My mine draws a blank for one right now. But I have read about a lot of heros with special powers but I prefer the heros that seem more real to me.

Re: Take Me Two Times (3:58pm April 20, 2009):

This sound like a fantastic read! I can't see how authors keep everything straight with want they go through to get their books published.

Re: The Promise (12:34pm April 19, 2009):

I don't think I really started reading myself until I was a young teenager. I just wasn't into it until then. Now I read daily. I read to escape into my own little world. In reading I get to visit places that I have never been to before and will never get to visit. You can go everywhere in a book, even back in time. I love it!

Re: Mastering The Marquess (2:49pm April 16, 2009):

I have two sister and we didn't get along at all when we where younger as children at all, but we get along great now!

Re: The Heir's Scandalous Affair (4:03pm April 14, 2009):

I like both. If I have a lot of time then I like the series. If I don't have a lot of time I like the stand alones. With the series you find out what happens to the characters.

Re: The Accidental Human (12:02pm April 12, 2009):

I love book covers. I can't say I buy the book for the cover, but they have some really cool ones. I am real big into the historical covers, I love seeing a big castle in the back gound. The cover is what catches my eye to make me pick up that books and read the blurp on the back. I buy the book because of the author, blurp, and what the book is about. But I do love my covers.

Re: Paradise Valley (6:14pm April 11, 2009):

Right now I am reading Homicide in Hardcover by Kate Carlisle. I keep a book out all the time reading. I read about every night before going to bed.

As far as movies go we don't go to the movies because of the cost. We used to rent a few each month but the vidio store we used closed and we haven't check out another one.

Re: Rewriting Monday (12:00pm April 10, 2009):

Another thing I would change is I went to school a few years back to change my career. I chose the wrong thing because both jobs I had in the new career I hated. It also didn't pay much, so that didn't help at all.

Re: Rewriting Monday (4:39pm April 7, 2009):

I just wanted to say I loved your stories in Give Me A Texan and Give Me A Cowboy they were awesome reads. One thing I would have changed in life was I would have went to college and had a different career, while I was young enough to enjoy it, and I would have traveled more.

Re: Rewriting Monday (12:38pm April 7, 2009):

Yes I would love to rewrite part of my life. I think it would have been a whole lot different if I could. I think I would have also taken more risk.

Re: Dragonbound (5:37pm April 6, 2009):

I think you have to do what your heart tells you to do! I am big into historicals myself but read a little of everything.

Re: Kiss Of Darkness (1:09pm March 27, 2009):

Hey there is nothing wrong with interviewing a werewolf or a vampire, I love them both. So count me in on this one.

Re: Simple Wishes (10:27pm March 11, 2009):

Hi Lisa, I think Simple Wishes would be my kind of read. It sounds like a really great read. Thanks for sharing with us and giving us a chance to win your book.

Re: The Club (1:16pm March 9, 2009):

I am not sure where I got my love of reading. My mother wasn't a reader, but father was. MY older sister is a reader too. Maybe thats where it all came from. I know that I read Gone With the Wind and I was hooked.

Re: Fury Calls (12:24pm March 9, 2009):

Hi Caridad, I have not read any of your books but I am going to put you on my wish list. This series sounds like a fantastic read.

Re: Scandal (6:12pm March 6, 2009):

Historicals are my favorite read. I love them. When I am reading a historical I am traveling back in time to the why it use to be. I love visiting the past.

Re: Safe By His Side (12:23pm March 5, 2009):

I have the love hate relationship with exercise and I am really having problems getting into it this year. I like the light paranormals the best. Sometimes the dark ones are over done. A little touch of magic does a lot for a book.

Re: The C.O.O. Must Marry (7:36pm February 27, 2009):

I don't have a long journey to success. I spent 21 years working for a place and it up and closed with no warning. I haven't found anything steady since.

Re: Kisses Like A Devil (3:24pm February 26, 2009):

I have always dreamed of going to Scotland and Ireland. I have never been but would love to go. I only get to travel there in my books. So you see I travel all the time and I love going back in time.

Re: Border Moonlight (11:58am February 25, 2009):

Amanda, great post! I love reading where authors get their ideas from. I am real big into historicals, they are my favorite read. I love reading the history behind them. You series sounds wonderful!

Re: Between A Rock And A Heart Place (12:41pm February 24, 2009):

I not sure what I would to transform into, but there has been a time or two that I would have liked to have been a fly on the wall so I would know what was being said in a few meetings. It would be nice to be a cat and get loved on all the time.

Re: A Perfect Darkness (4:03pm February 23, 2009):

I consider any books with psychic abilities, witches or anything like that to be paranorma.

Re: Ravenous (12:05pm February 19, 2009):

Hi Sharon, I have been reading about Ravenous on a lot of blogs lately and it sounds like a great read. I also e-mail authors pretty often to let them know that I enjoyed their books. I used to think you guys wouldn't have time to mess with a lot of e-mails but I have found out that author really enjoy hearing from their readers. Oh the wonders of the internet to let us keep in touch with our authors.

Re: Highland Warrior (4:47pm February 16, 2009):

Hi Monica, I love to read Highlander book, but have never read one of your. I have heard a lot about your books and have put these on my to buy list.

Re: Vexing The Viscount (7:58pm February 13, 2009):

Hi Emily, I love this quote that your put at the end of your post, I am going to have to remember this one!‘A man will dispute it with his dying breath, but in his secret heart, he lives to be deceived.’ Oh so true!

Re: Evil Without A Face (11:46pm January 29, 2009):

I don't have small children but my son has been on the internet sense he was about nine years old and we mostly just supervised him for a few year, but he does fine now.

I have found out when I don't have internet its like I lost my best friend. We have been without power for the past three days due to a winter storm and just got the power back tonight. The first thing we did was start up out computers.

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