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Their fake relationship will end when the new year begins...or will it?

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Lord Lucifer -- Lady Diana -- All or NOTHING

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The Past Never Stays Buried

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He’ll do anything to protect a baby in jeopardy…

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She's an undercover angel

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If you're on his list, you're as good as DEAD

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May 28, 2012

69 comments posted.

Re: Heart Strike (5:22pm August 10, 2016):

My favorite weekend is sitting out with family and friends
and enjoying a cook out.

Re: Portrait of a Conspiracy (10:41am July 16, 2016):

I have been to Florence and it is amazing. I would love to
be a member of the society.

Re: Daughters of the Bride (10:39am July 16, 2016):

It sounds great. As the child of a divorced parents, I
would have loved to have my father in my life. I also
understand where she is coming from though.

Re: The Reason (10:28am July 16, 2016):

I would take them to a soup kitchen and I would work there
to help her.

Re: The Secret Life of a Dream Girl (9:34am June 20, 2016):

I like many but Yesterday sticks out.

Re: Kill Devil (9:33am June 20, 2016):

I know evil is there and makes for great reading, but I
wish the world did not have evil.

Re: I Dream of Dragons (7:51am April 23, 2016):

We play games by candlelight. It keeps everyone busy and

Re: Triumph of Chaos (8:11am March 12, 2016):

Sometimes it is time for a series to end and I am happy.

Re: Shadowed By Grace (8:10am March 12, 2016):

I do so like paper but ebooks are the way of the future.

Re: How Willa Got Her Groove Back (8:09am March 12, 2016):

I do not watch TV but my daughter sucked me into The Big BAng

Re: Thin Ice (1:22pm February 5, 2016):

I enjoy hikes as well and I like to find interesting rocks.

Re: Mystery Rider (4:01pm October 10, 2015):

I have seen animals save their owners.

Re: Keeping Christmas (4:00pm October 10, 2015):

I do not want to limit myself., If it interest me I will read

Re: Wild Sky (3:59pm October 10, 2015):

How much my family loves me.

Re: A Silver Wolf Christmas (3:58pm October 10, 2015):

I would give him something personal that means something only
to us.

Re: Nameless (3:57pm October 10, 2015):

I enjoy reading about the 1800s.

Re: Island Dreams (8:37am August 16, 2015):

I enjoy the Outer Banks of North Carolina

Re: The Bones Will Speak (8:35am August 16, 2015):

I do enjoy forensic mysteries. Adding romance give that extra

Re: Darkest Misery (8:35am August 16, 2015):

I think the sexy satyr.

Re: London Tides (5:23am June 13, 2015):

I read to escape and to travel places you cannot go normaly.

Re: Love's Rescue (5:05am June 13, 2015):

My favorite heroes are military ones. I grew up in a military
family and I know what it means to serve. And sometimes the
ones left behind are among the greatest.

Re: The Mulligan (9:41am February 8, 2015):

I just retired and am trying to decide what to pursue next.

Re: Finding Mercy (9:41am February 8, 2015):

Sometimes I think you have to just do something. Your mind
can work while you do other things.

Re: Jesus Daily (11:12am December 7, 2014):

My desire to have my children healthy and happy. Still

Re: Waking Up Joy (11:11am December 7, 2014):

I am addicted but my mother had this magazine which told of
real life romance stories. In retrospect, I am sure they are
not real life.

Re: Chasing the Runaway Bride (10:06am November 22, 2014):

I am happy to be alive and retired.

Re: Across the Line (7:26am August 14, 2014):

Some more hockey books. I love it. Thanks

Re: The Irresistible Miss Peppiwell (7:25am August 14, 2014):

Wow, quite informative. I loved the post. Looking forward to
reading your books.

Re: Accidentally Married on Purpose (11:32am July 18, 2014):

Mine was the Beetles.

Re: Muffin But Murder (10:25am June 30, 2014):

I am just starting to read these types of books and hope to
read more.

Re: Paige Turned (11:17am April 18, 2014):

Life certainly is not easy. Ice cream helps.

Re: A Plain Man (10:56am April 18, 2014):

It is a great start though. I loved the story of the book

Re: Shadowed By Grace (8:36am March 16, 2014):

I have long determined that my pile has become a mountain. So many good books and not enough time. My reading buddies are online.

Re: Dating, Dining, and Desperation (8:34am March 16, 2014):

I have lived in both. I have to go where the jobs are though. I do enjoy both big and small.

Re: Free Falling (8:32am March 16, 2014):

I have not read this series. I hope I win. thanks so much for the chance.

Re: The Duke's Quandary (8:21am March 16, 2014):

I have many heroes in my life but my brother in law is amazing. My sister has emphysema and is on oxygen all the time. He does everything she needs with out a complaint. He also helped a lot when my mother died and took on responsibilities when we were not available.

Re: The Bad Boy Billionaire's Wicked Arrangement (7:53am January 1, 2014):

Great sounding book. I would love to meet a bad boy by accident somewhere unusual for a bad boy.

Re: Last Chance Proposal (7:00am December 10, 2013):

I really want to visit New Zealand, but since I cannot, I love to visit through books just like this one.

Re: Tangling with the CEO (6:39am December 10, 2013):

I like all romances - sweet , sexy or in between. One of them will suit my mood.

Re: The Butterfly Sister (7:48am October 19, 2013):

Thanks so much for the recommendations. I love mysteries.

Re: A Lady's Secret Weapon (7:46am October 19, 2013):

I enjoy the same things in my novels. I can also read and ignore all else.

Re: Guardian (6:37am July 9, 2013):

I do like second chance stories and I enjoy ones with a wrong time type theme. As to a favorite, none come to mind so I must not have one.

Re: Her Knight's Quest (10:23pm March 15, 2013):

Secondary characters often pique your interest and curiosity. I love satisfying that.

Re: Stranger on Raven's Ridge (4:21pm March 10, 2013):

I do not have a yellow brick road story but I do know that I have pieces of all of them in me as well.

Re: A Risk Worth Taking (4:19pm March 10, 2013):

I can really relate to your opening description. I enjoy both types of books. Sometimes I just want to escape and other times I want to relate to the characters.

Re: The Survivor (4:05pm March 10, 2013):

I think you should look for something odd and not be afraid to report it.

Re: Out Of Circulation (4:01pm March 10, 2013):

I lvoe cozy mysteries. I would love to read these.

Re: Seven-Night Stand (2:04pm February 9, 2013):

Romance and love can be found anywhere

Re: Treacherous Temptations (2:02pm February 9, 2013):

I love when history is combined with romance. It makes it come alive.

Re: Renegade (12:29pm December 24, 2012):

We have several we go for at Christmas. They range from Home Alone to The Christmas Card.

Re: Taming the Outback (8:04am November 25, 2012):

I must have that in my books. I hate one who is willing to sit back and let everything happen.

Re: Texas Wide Open (9:02pm November 14, 2012):

I love anything with Texas in the name.

Re: The Twelve Clues Of Christmas (4:00pm November 11, 2012):

O used to love waking up and getting our stockings. We could open those while we waited for Mom and Dad to get up.

Re: Enslaved (5:21pm November 9, 2012):

I love reading a story with a damaged hero and having them be helped.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (5:43pm November 8, 2012):

I like that - beautiful and flawed. That is what we all are in our way.

Re: The Snow White Christmas Cookie (6:09am November 4, 2012):

I loved your post. Way to get even without hurting anyone.

Re: Death In The Floating City (2:05pm October 30, 2012):

I like that about books as well. You can travel all over the place as well as to different times.

Re: Midnight Exposure (3:15pm October 29, 2012):

I just read a story by Samantha Hunter. Her heroine Tiffany was great - determined, hard working and all the other attributes you listed.

Re: Iced Chiffon (4:16pm October 28, 2012):

I love to read mysteries. Add some fun adn theya re so much better.

Re: Kissed By A Vampire (3:01pm October 28, 2012):

Hi, Love your books. I hope I win as I am making a quilt of t shirt and would love to add yours.

Re: The Last Victim (4:06pm August 6, 2012):

That is what you should do is write for yourself.

Re: Wild Texas Rose (4:02pm August 6, 2012):

Thank you so much for the chance to win your wonderful book. I love historical westerns

Re: Under His Protection (6:55am April 29, 2012):

I would not want one who would boss me around but there is a difference between my alpha hero and a jerk who is dictatorial. I enjoy the true alpha hero.

Re: The Devil and Miss Jones (7:04am April 8, 2012):

Great post on titles. Sometimes the title really turns me off. My favorites are one word like Ransom, Reckless.

Re: The Last Beginning (8:46pm February 19, 2012):

My worst was getting car wash coupons. He gave them to twice.

Re: Darkest Highlander (6:21pm February 6, 2012):

I too enjoy magic and historical. My first love is historical. Add some magic and what heaven!!

Re: Scrumptious (8:22am January 16, 2012):

I would have to say I am still not there. I changed careers and now am not happy again. I think I will stick it out though as I am close to retiring.

Re: The King's Mistress (7:45am December 17, 2011):

I love your books and cannot wait to read this one.

Re: The Spy Who Left Me (7:18am November 25, 2011):

I cannot wait for some time to sit back and relax and read what I want to read.

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