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A by-the-book lawman tangles with a stubborn young woman

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A wedding party is missing! It's up to Alaskan State Trooper & K-9 partner!

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A bad-boy on his best day and a predatory wolf on his worst

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He thought he had the perfect plan…

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The lies unravel…

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66 comments posted.

Re: Keeping Christmas (7:38pm October 11, 2015):

I enjoy mixing it up

Re: Wild Sky (7:37pm October 11, 2015):

my husband

Re: A Silver Wolf Christmas (7:35pm October 11, 2015):

that would be hard to say. I love to give gifts that I know my friends and family will love but never expect.

Re: SEAL Wolf Hunting (1:16pm July 4, 2015):

I am more settled down type. This sounds like a great book.

Re: Ashwood Falls Box Set (6:21pm January 10, 2015):

I love shifter stories. And I agree they can be very possessive which makes them so very interesting and fun to read.

Re: Charming (12:56pm September 16, 2014):

That first line really pulls you in. The excerpt sounds very interesting.

Re: Flame (8:18pm August 3, 2014):

It sounds like some great book. I like how you described your villain. It sounds interest and a lot of fun to read.

Re: Risky Game (12:55pm May 14, 2014):

I enjoy them and as for game time it kind of depends on the story and it if fits in it or not. I love Jaci Burton's sport book series. Those are great.

Re: Pure Heat (12:42pm May 14, 2014):

Great scene. It sounds like a very good book.

Re: Always Emily (12:36pm May 14, 2014):

Yes though that person didn't enter my life until I was an adult.

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (12:32pm May 14, 2014):

I think one thing is about Elizabeth I being put in the tower by Mary. And after reading some books on how strong Elizabeth was it got me hooked on anything from that time period.

Re: Deep in My Heart (12:23pm May 14, 2014):

I love the scene from The Last of the Mohicans where Daniel Day Lewis' character tells Madeleine Stowe's character to hold on that he will find her right before he jumps down the waterfall. I love the commitment between them.

Re: An Unexpected Sin (11:57pm April 20, 2014):

That sounds like it would be a fascinating story. It is definitely an interesting time period.

Re: Turned (12:46pm March 27, 2014):

That sounds very good. I think this is going to be a great series. Looking forward to it.

Re: Sex and the Single Vamp (12:40pm March 27, 2014):

That sounds very different and interesting. Sounds like there is a lot going on that will be a lot of fun to read.

Re: Bite Me (11:33am March 27, 2014):

I sooo love your books. It is fun to see how you get to point of a finished book. And I do have to say I have wondered about your process. Your books have really helped me during tough times with the humor and situations in the. I think one of my most favorite scenes is the mambo in the snow. :-) That one stays with me all the time and tend to be the first thing I think of when I think of your books.

Re: What The Groom Wants (11:25pm February 8, 2014):

spooning (her back to his front); a woman on something like a counter or something with the man standing. :-)

Re: The MacGregor's Lady (10:05pm February 8, 2014):

I love Scottish romances and I agree Gerard Butler is yummy. :-) How did you do your research for your Scottish romances?

Re: Teacup Turbulence (4:04pm January 28, 2014):

wow you sound very busy with some books that sound very good.

Re: Scion of the Sun (3:44pm November 4, 2013):

This sounds like a great book. I have been doing a lot of YA
reading lately too. Though luckily most of the series I have
been reading have all of the books or at least a lot of books
out so I can read a bunch of them without having to wait for
the next one. LOL

Re: Born Wild (1:28pm November 3, 2013):

this sounds so very good and you can't go wrong with alpha males. :-)

Re: My Lady Quicksilver (10:12pm October 5, 2013):

This sounds like a very interesting book. As for telling a lie that has come back on me? I can't think of one off the top of my head. I try very hard not to lie for the simple fact that they can come back and bite you on the rear.

Re: Dirty Trick (6:38pm September 25, 2013):

books and cooler weather. Granted books aren't always seasonal unless you read the ones that designed around the holidays but as far as I am concerned they are a must. :-)

Re: How To Entice An Enchantress (11:39pm September 19, 2013):

The library of course. What could be better.

Re: Traces Of Mercy (6:26pm September 11, 2013):

You bring up some great questions and it would be interesting
to see how you handled them in your books. It sounds very
interesting and thought provoking.

Re: Shades Of Mercy (6:22pm September 11, 2013):

This sounds very good. I love reading historical books since
they can take you to another time and place and bring it to

Re: When Mountains Move (6:17pm September 11, 2013):

the books sound very interesting. I love sharing books and
talking about good ones that I have read.

Re: Honeymoon To Die For (4:28pm September 10, 2013):

I found one author I can think of off the top of my head because her cover caught my attention and wouldn't let go so I got the book after reading what it was about and thought it was interesting. So by that way I found an author whose books I love but it was the cover that first caught my attention. Which is one reason I love to walk around a book store because you can find some amazing authors that way.

Re: Honeymoon To Die For (3:34pm September 10, 2013):

A lot of the time what will grab my attention is the cover of a book and then I will see what it is about especially if it is a new to me author. Will completely sell me on a book? Not necessarily but it is usually the first thing that gets my attention.

Re: Once Upon A Tartan (12:07pm August 16, 2013):

Can't that I have thought of writing. Though I do love reading. I knew several authors were also lawyers but you named several that I didn't realize were lawyers too. Intersting and with what you have writen it definitely shows the similarities between the two that I never realized. Very interesting.

Re: Taken by the Vampire King (2:57pm August 12, 2013):

sounds like a very good book and I completely agree that is amazing how many different vampire stories are out there. It make them very fun to read.

Re: A Cursed Embrace (2:46pm August 12, 2013):

I love reading how you didn't give up. I love those covers. congrats on getting published.

Re: Pattern for Romance (1:06pm August 7, 2013):

This sounds very good. I think it is very fun to learn about an author's process when they write a book. It is also fun to learn more about the story behind the story.

Re: A Little Bit of Charm (12:01pm August 7, 2013):

This sounds very good.

I don't think I would do well without my tech gadgets. Too attached.

Re: Masters of The Cats: Collaring The Saber-Tooth (8:56pm June 30, 2013):

Your book sound very good. As to where I will be spending the 4th I will be inside watching the fireworks going off in the sky. We are having record heats and I want to be in with the ac and enjoying the view.

Re: The Warrior (6:44pm November 2, 2012):

I could definitely see Gerard Butler inspiring a Scottish romance. Yum.

Re: Death In The Floating City (6:47pm October 30, 2012):

I read pretty much anything and everything. It tends to depend on what my mood is as to what I am reading at any given time.

Re: Midnight Exposure (7:11pm October 29, 2012):

Lara Croft comes instantly to mind and that is because she has no problem taken on the bad guys and coming on top.

Re: Down for the Count (7:10pm October 29, 2012):

I don't think I have taken a dare but then I haven't been issued one either.

Re: Kissed By A Vampire (7:04pm October 29, 2012):

I think suspense and paranormal mix is great of course I think any kind of mix especially with paranormal is great........

Re: Mistletoe Cowboy (11:13pm October 26, 2012):

One of the reasons I read series is because then I can revisit favorite characters. When I get lost in a book yeah the character seem very real.

Re: Lady Louisa's Christmas Knight (6:35pm October 26, 2012):

I enjoy reading the Christmas stories.

Re: Night Thief (1:12pm October 25, 2012):

I enjoy history in any genre of book. Though I love paranormals and having history in them makes them more interesting.

Re: Blood Therapy (2:09pm October 24, 2012):

The book sounds great. Congrats on its resurrection.

Re: Tempting the Best Man (1:56pm October 24, 2012):

I love reading books that Alpha males in them. They tend to be the hottest ones.

Re: Losing Control (1:53pm October 24, 2012):

I enjoy linked stories because they give you the chance to revisit favorite charachters. I love Cynthia Eden, Shelly Laurenston, Joey W. Hill. Caridad Pineiro, and on and on.

Re: Rev It Up (1:09am October 21, 2012):

I love when an author breaks the rules. It usually takes stories in very interesting directions.

Re: Sultry With A Twist (8:10pm October 20, 2012):

I love hearing about the writing process but yeah so not interested in if the sex in the book is what the author does in real life.

Re: Run The Risk (11:51am October 11, 2012):

It sounds like a great book. (I also loved Scandal by Amanda Quick). Congrats on the latest series.

Re: The Ruins Of Lace (1:04am October 6, 2012):

sounds like an interesting book. I have heard from other authors about books they wrote that they never did anything with. I always think those stories make the most interesting ones.

Re: Savage Hunger (12:59pm October 6, 2012):

I wouldn't mind meeting a sexy jaguar shape shifter but the Amazon part yeah I could do without that part.

Re: Where There's A Will (7:38pm September 21, 2012):

This sounds like a great book. Love the part of the door slamming in the face.

some of the book I enjoy are twists on Beauty and the Beast, also love the ones with angels in them, or ones that take characters that are sometimes bad and the author turns them into some of the best heroes/heroines.

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Re: When You Give A Duke A Diamond (12:47pm September 10, 2012):

I love heriones that are strong and spirited. I think they can be the most fun as you are never really sure what they will do at any given time.

Re: In Rides Trouble (4:05pm September 7, 2012):

Well I knew I wanted to read this series before and after reading this post I want to read it more than ever. I love premise of the series.

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Re: A Place Beyond Courage (4:00pm September 7, 2012):

This sounds like a great book. I love reading books from that period of time. In just the post I learned more than I had known before. Sounds like this one would be fasinating.

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Re: Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star (2:15pm September 21, 2011):

I really like the sound of the book. I also love how you told about the music behind the story. :-) I think it would be fun to read the lyrics for your bands.

Re: Bastian (4:58pm May 1, 2011):

My guy and I started out as friends that developed into what it is today. We have been together for years so yes I believe a relationship can start out with friendship and end up as something more and something that is stronger for the friendship.

Re: Laird of Darkness (11:30pm March 23, 2011):

I love when the heroine is unusal. It usually makes the story that much more fun to read because it isn't like most stories. :-)

Re: Double Cross (6:25pm December 22, 2010):

I think mine would be fear of bugs. LOL

Sounds like a very interesting book.

Re: Building Magic (8:39pm October 3, 2010):

enjoyed reading your post. Your books sound very interesting. Love the covers. :-)

Re: Sex And The Single Earl (7:21pm May 19, 2010):

I like the small town at times in romances. Sometime I think it is fun to see how the characters deal with small town life and like you said that everyone knows everything about everyone. :-)

On the other hand sometimes it is nice to read about big cities. Just kind of depends on my mood as to what I will read at any given time. :-)

Re: Everywhere She Turns (4:49pm July 4, 2009):

It was interesting to read more about what authors have to go through especially now with the economy the way it was. Enjoyed reading the blog.

Re: Beneath Bone Lake (4:01pm May 28, 2009):

I so do not like any kind of bugs but cockroaches I think are one of the worse. Yuck!!!! My guy has to deal with those for me. :-)

Re: Relentless (12:44pm May 4, 2009):

I love to read everything but I have to like the characters or it doesn't matter what the theme of the book is. I love Alpha males they tend to be very sexy.

Re: Wicked Burn (3:39pm January 26, 2009):

I am not an author but I know when I go to blogs and other places and get to read excerpts on books I have a tendence to get the books because the excerpts will really get me into the story and I want to find out what happens next. :-)

Re: Immortals: The Crossing (3:10pm September 26, 2008):

I would love to win this book. I love this series and eagerly looking forward to the release of this one.

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