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379 comments posted.
Re: The Mulligan (5:32pm February 9, 2015):
I would love to travel and see different places.
Re: Finding Mercy (5:31pm February 9, 2015):
I usually work on something different when inspiration leaves
me on a project.
Re: Wind in the Wires (7:36am December 16, 2014):
It sounds like getting input was very valuable and helped make
a great story.
Re: It's A Vampire Christmas (4:19pm December 15, 2014):
It's interesting that your characters would celebrate
Re: Rebel (1:32pm July 10, 2014):
That's the great thing about science fiction stories, anything can happen
Re: Shenandoah Dreams (6:00am July 6, 2014):
I think my first instinct would be to run home but to do that I would need to explore to figure out where I was.
Re: Muffin But Murder (5:18am June 30, 2014):
I do enjoy quirky characters although I am not sure what is too far. Probably when the character starts to annoy me.
Re: The Midwife (11:49am June 21, 2014):
I hope the woman finds some closure.
Re: Must Love Dukes (10:12am February 28, 2014):
The worst is when someone knows who you are but you are not really sure who they are.
Re: The Roses Underneath (6:10pm February 1, 2014):
It is a real pleasure for me to be in a museum looking at art made through hundreds of years so it is definitely important to save it.
Re: The Wedding Game (6:08pm February 1, 2014):
I like watching people at weddings too.
Re: Teacup Turbulence (9:26am January 28, 2014):
Congratulations on the two new books!
Re: More Than A Touch (2:25pm January 18, 2014):
For me, it is usually the characters. I really enjoy reading about characters that I like.
Re: Sadie's Secret (2:24pm January 18, 2014):
What an interesting post. I didn't know that there were female Pinkerton agents.
Re: The Bad Boy Billionaire's Wicked Arrangement (1:23pm December 31, 2013):
I would want to meet him at a New Year's Eve party! Happy New Year!
Re: Freezer I'll Shoot (6:35am December 28, 2013):
I don't know that they are resolutions but I do think about broad areas that I want to address such as exercising more or eating healthier. I do follow through to various degrees.
Re: Undressing Mr. Darcy (1:00pm December 9, 2013):
That is a fun idea. How about a show with all Jane Austen heroes.
Re: The Best Game (8:16pm December 8, 2013):
It is the emotion that makes the love scenes memorable.
Re: The Blake Legacy (3:33pm December 6, 2013):
It looks like a great line.
Re: Everlasting Enchantment (3:31pm December 6, 2013):
I would pick a wolf since they are protective.
Re: Legend Of The Highland Dragon (3:29pm December 6, 2013):
I remember the old Harlequins where secretaries were pretty common heorines.
Re: Tempest's Course (10:00pm December 5, 2013):
I do enjoy stories with gothic elements in them.
Re: Stranded (9:56pm December 5, 2013):
They are some great tips. I know petting my animals is relaxing.
Re: Hustlin' Texas (5:15pm December 4, 2013):
I liked the excerpt. It looks like a fun story.
Re: Rugged Hearts (5:09pm December 4, 2013):
I'm grateful that my family is healthy and that we will all be getting together to celebrate Christmas together.
Re: Billionaire Blend (6:29pm December 3, 2013):
It looks like an exciting story.
Re: Down Range (7:12am December 1, 2013):
It sounds like a great series.
Re: Three Timeless Loves (8:57pm November 29, 2013):
I would go back to Revolutionary times in this country.
Re: Black Widow Demon (8:55pm November 29, 2013):
One of my favorites is Castle.
Re: How To Handle A Highlander (11:07am November 9, 2013):
I do enjoy seeing the beautiful costumes that people make.
Re: Daughter Of The God-King (10:59am November 9, 2013):
I enjoy a story as long as it feels believable to me.
Re: Christmas Quilt (12:26pm October 21, 2013):
It is always nice to celebrate Christmas and what it means.
Re: Murder At Hatfield House (12:24pm October 21, 2013):
I like all different time periods in stories although one of my favorite is the Regency time period.
Re: How To Entice An Enchantress (1:09pm September 20, 2013):
It's between the puppy and the library.
Re: To Wed A Wicked Highlander (1:07pm September 20, 2013):
I dread driving in the snow.
Re: The Surprising Enchantress (9:11pm September 16, 2013):
What a great time in New York you had to be able to see three shows.
Re: The Highlander's Desire (6:53am September 1, 2013):
My favorite is The Beast by Judith Ivory.
Re: The Blood Gospel (5:01pm August 30, 2013):
I think vampires are so popular because of their immortality.
Re: Unforeseeable (4:58pm August 30, 2013):
I enjoy mysteries and this series looks unique.
Re: What the Bride Wore (4:57pm August 30, 2013):
I would recommend Neanderthal Seeks Human by Penny Reid. The heroine was definitely unique.
Re: Love Him or Leave Him (5:49pm August 28, 2013):
It is interesting how trends change in romance but the stories are still timeless.
Re: Written in the Stars (5:47pm August 28, 2013):
What great stories you have about how you knew who you were meant to be with.
Re: Surrender To Sultry (8:28pm August 24, 2013):
The excerpt was great. I do enjoy when a heroine makes a hero nervous.
Re: The Arrangement (8:23pm August 24, 2013):
It is wonderful to read about characters finding love and happiness.
Re: Strung Out To Die (3:51pm August 20, 2013):
I like all kinds of mysteries and guessing who did it.
Re: Once Upon A Tartan (3:11pm August 15, 2013):
I never thought of it but it makes sense that a lawyer would be a good writer of anything.
Re: Taken by the Vampire King (11:40am August 12, 2013):
I like the scariness of their stories.
Re: A Cursed Embrace (11:39am August 12, 2013):
Congratulations on your success after receiving those rejections.
Re: Italian Affair (9:20am August 10, 2013):
My favorite stories are the ones I don't want to end.
Re: Love On A Midsummer Night (6:12pm August 9, 2013):
That was an interesting post and so true.
Re: A Father For Her Triplets (6:37am August 5, 2013):
Congratulations on your success so far Susan! I can sympathize with the weight gain over the years. One of my goals this summer has been to eat healthier and exercise more and that has the benefit of helping me to lose weight.
Re: Date with Destiny (6:34am August 5, 2013):
I think it's true that you sympathize more with characters that you feel a connection to. They don't necessarily have to be like me but maybe they have dealt with similar situations.
Re: Death Al Dente (3:29pm August 2, 2013):
I have not been back to my hometown in many years but I still think about it.
Re: Plain Fear: Forgiven (8:23pm August 1, 2013):
I like to read about both as long as the bad guy is really caring underneath.
Re: Jaguar Fever (8:20pm August 1, 2013):
Congratulations on the new book! It looks like an exciting story.
Re: Tall, Dark, And Vampire (8:18pm August 1, 2013):
They are all great reasons. I like the immortality part the best.
Re: The Sweetest Hallelujah (5:02pm July 31, 2013):
It looks like an intriguing story.
Re: The Eskimo Hunts in Miami! (4:53pm July 31, 2013):
It looks like an exciting story. I enjoy a good suspense.
Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: London (6:12pm July 30, 2013):
That was good advice. I am always impressed with the dedication and discipline that writers have.
Re: Second Ride Cowboy (6:32am July 28, 2013):
I think it depends on what caused the problems but I know of more than one couple who reunited after some problems.
Re: Traveling Light (10:30am July 27, 2013):
It's always interesting to hear how authors find their inspirations.
Re: The Outcast Prince (6:01am July 26, 2013):
I do enjoy escaping to another exciting world for a little bit.
Re: A Spy to Die For (5:58am July 26, 2013):
Jack and Skye sound like a great couple.
Re: Kissing My Old Life Au Revoir (6:18am July 24, 2013):
What an exciting thing to do. It has been many years since I have done something that I wasn't sure how everything would work out.
Re: Complete Me (6:15am July 24, 2013):
Congratulations on the release of Complete Me. It is a great series with such an intense hero.
Re: Paradise Valley (3:10pm July 4, 2013):
I love Roseanne's stories. Happy Fourth of July!
Re: Masters of The Cats: Collaring The Saber-Tooth (9:14pm July 1, 2013):
We will go sailing and then barbeque.
Re: Wish You Were Here (9:12pm July 1, 2013):
My mother always brought us to the library in the summer for the reading program and I did the same for my kids.
Re: One Day in Apple Grove (6:16am June 13, 2013):
I have not attended any but they look like fun.
Re: Billion Dollar Cowboy (6:15am June 13, 2013):
Carolyn did the right thing by writing about these cowboys.
Re: Summer at Mustang Ridge (1:02pm June 11, 2013):
My mother makes a wonderful apple crumb pie but when my daughter was younger and wanted to make the pie for something at school we found that there was no written recipe and when my mother guessed at it we did not get very good results.
Re: Last Chance For Justice (4:02pm May 20, 2013):
I enjoy fast paced stories so I don't think you should slow it down.
Re: Yesterday's Echo (4:01pm May 20, 2013):
Congratulations on achieving your dream. I find that I do put off things which makes everything harder.
Re: Heart Of Iron (4:51pm May 6, 2013):
A hero puts other people before himself, in my opinion.
Re: A Wedding In Springtime (4:50pm May 6, 2013):
I think I would pick the rugged Highlander.
Re: What A Mother Knows (4:50pm May 6, 2013):
I am sure your daughters will be proud of your work. Congratulations on the new book!
Re: Flirting Under A Full Moon (4:07pm April 11, 2013):
It looks like a story I would enjoy!
Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (4:05pm April 11, 2013):
Angelica sounds like an intriguing character.
Re: Lord of the Keep (9:05pm March 23, 2013):
Sometimes a cover will catch my eye but I don't usually buy a book because of a cover.
Re: Seven-Night Stand (11:06am February 9, 2013):
I like all different types of settings but I think my favorites are in the country.
Re: Fly Away Peta (2:15pm February 8, 2013):
Mr Darcy is one of my favorite heroes.
Re: Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match (11:45am January 28, 2013):
There was no such thing as internet dating before I was married so I don't know anything about it but it must be nerve wracking to to it.
Re: Murder for the Halibut (11:42am January 28, 2013):
That is a great attitude!
Re: Real Men Don\'t Break Hearts (4:03pm January 23, 2013):
It looks like a good book.
Re: Falling for her Fiance (4:02pm January 23, 2013):
Those are good ingredients!
Re: Undercover Wolf (4:01pm January 23, 2013):
Congratulations on your two new books!
Re: After the Rain (10:00am January 22, 2013):
I would study more in college.
Re: Beeline To Trouble (2:07pm January 19, 2013):
I like some romance in my mysteries, they are more exciting.
Re: Finding Home (8:08pm January 14, 2013):
My favorite memories are of playing outside in the summer and being able to swim all day.
Re: For The Love Of A Goblin Warrior (7:27am January 3, 2013):
It's a good excerpt.
Re: Prince Of Power (7:26am January 3, 2013):
I think the cover definitely catches your eye or it can put you off.
Re: The Ravenous Dead (5:35pm December 31, 2012):
I am thankful for my family.
Re: Fallen Angel (9:28am December 29, 2012):
I am grateful for my family's good health.
Re: A Little Bit Wicked (9:28am December 29, 2012):
I do set goals for the new year and although I might not accomplish as much as I want it does inspire me to keep trying.
Re: Live And Let Love (5:56pm December 28, 2012):
It is a great time to read a good book.
Re: The Billionaire's Christmas Baby (8:34pm December 27, 2012):
I am most grateful for my family.
Re: Secret Santa Baby (8:33pm December 27, 2012):
It looks like a good story.
Re: Captive Of The Border Lord (8:20pm December 20, 2012):
The family story of my mother's grandfather was that his family built ships in Denmark but he ran off to sea to be a sailor and then came to the United States.
Re: Deadly Patterns (5:27pm December 17, 2012):
Christmas cookies are my favorite
Re: Jane's Gift (3:25pm December 8, 2012):
I want to get The Duchess War by Courtney Milan even though I don't think it's a holiday story.
Re: Holiday Buzz (5:07pm December 6, 2012):
Clare looks like a great heroine.
Re: The Bridegroom Wore Plaid (5:04pm December 6, 2012):
Those were interesting facts.
Re: Heart Of A Texan (4:48pm November 30, 2012):
I do like that the cowboy fights for what is right.
Re: Double Time (4:44pm November 30, 2012):
I like all types of music from jazz to rock, it really depends on my mood.
Re: How I Came To Sparkle Again (10:08pm November 29, 2012):
We are not far from some highways so directions are pretty easy.
Re: Christmas Confidential (10:07pm November 29, 2012):
Our Christmas tradition is that we decorate the tree together and have eggnog.
Re: A Christmas Bride / Christmas Beau (12:50pm November 27, 2012):
I do enjoy Christmas stories since it seems anything is possible.
Re: Taming the Outback (6:36pm November 25, 2012):
I do like a feisty heroine, you never know what she will do.
Re: Wolfishly Yours (5:02pm November 23, 2012):
An iphone is at the top of my list.
Re: Untamed (5:01pm November 23, 2012):
We usually travel home and we might brave the stores but I prefer to relax.
Re: Playing at Love (1:01pm November 19, 2012):
I like the excitement of football and in our house Eli Manning is the favorite.
Re: Texas Wide Open (5:42pm November 14, 2012):
It sounds like a great story.
Re: Heart of Danger (7:16am November 11, 2012):
I haven't read any apocalypse stories but have seen movies. The scariest ones are the ones that seem very possible like meteors or nuclear wars.
Re: What The Cat Saw (7:13am November 11, 2012):
It is so true that you are owned by a cat. Our daughter complains, "Those cats do what they want."
And they do.
Re: The Twelve Clues Of Christmas (7:09am November 11, 2012):
I have some great memories of Christmases when I was young and when my children were young of exciting Christmas mornings and wonderful food and family celebrations.
Re: Enslaved (4:23pm November 9, 2012):
I do like to read about a hero who has been damaged physically or emotionally but is fighting back and trying to overcome it.
Re: The Snow White Christmas Cookie (5:36am November 4, 2012):
If my husband was an author he would definitely want to be able to kill of people who annoyed him.
Re: The Warrior (5:31am November 4, 2012):
I like all different types of music but I do need music with a fast beat for walking on the treadmill.
Re: Mistletoe Cowboy (6:12am October 27, 2012):
In a good story the characters do come alive to me and it is a little sad to come to the end of their story.
Re: Lady Louisa's Christmas Knight (6:10am October 27, 2012):
For me Christmas is a time to see family celebrate.
Re: In The Barrister's Bed (6:32pm October 9, 2012):
I like all types of heroes and I think a lawyer can be sexy as long as he is on the heroine's side.
Re: Lady X's Cowboy (6:18pm October 8, 2012):
There have been some covers that I have covered up over the years not because I don't want people to know I read romance but because the people were hardly clothed.
Re: Against His Will (6:15pm October 8, 2012):
It's like when you have children and they have traits that are nothing like you and it can be baffling.
Re: Until My Soul Gets It Right (9:54pm September 30, 2012):
It sounds like a great series. I like the book club aspect.
Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (9:45am September 28, 2012):
I know nothing about Faro but I do like smart heroes. They look at things so logically until the heroine forces them to feel things.
Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess (4:47pm September 25, 2012):
I feel at home when I am with my family, wherever that might be.
Re: Where There's A Will (11:19am September 21, 2012):
One of my favorite storylines is when the characters go from enemies to lovers.
Re: Charming Blue (11:00am September 21, 2012):
The story sounds like a fun one.
Re: Deadly Little Lies (8:46pm September 18, 2012):
I loved the Anne of Green Gables series when I was a kid.
Re: One Wrong Move (2:10pm September 12, 2012):
It was a great excerpt.
Re: Magic Gone Wild (6:50pm August 31, 2012):
It looks like a great story.
Re: Plain Fear: Forbidden (6:49pm August 31, 2012):
It looks like a fascinating story and there can never be to many vampires.
Re: Hearse And Buggy (2:36pm August 17, 2012):
I loved the Little House books too. The series sounds like an interesting one.
Re: Deep Blue (1:49pm August 14, 2012):
I hope you have a great time on your cruise. I have never been on a cruise but I would love to go on one that goes to Alaska.
Re: Seducing Cinderella (6:48am August 12, 2012):
My favorite trope is enemies to lovers.
Re: Hell On Wheels (6:02am August 10, 2012):
I like the idea of your bad boy military hero.
Re: A Brew To A Kill (9:22am August 8, 2012):
It's a fun series!
Re: Married By Midnight (5:41pm August 3, 2012):
As long as each book is a stand alone story then I don't mind waiting for the next one but if each book is dependent on the next one then I don't want to read them until I can read them together.
Re: Scotsmen Prefer Blondes (1:56pm July 23, 2012):
I like all the gowns and balls and jewels.
Re: Creating Fate (1:55pm July 23, 2012):
When making decisions for things in my life things always seem more right when the whole family is happy.
Re: Four Sisters, All Queens (9:34pm July 14, 2012):
I do enjoy stories about strong women. They are inspiring.
Re: Dark Crossings (9:12pm July 11, 2012):
I do like novellas in the summer since you can read a story quickly.
Re: One Breath Away (6:46pm July 9, 2012):
I had never read the Boxcar children but my kids found the series and loved it.
Re: Lord Of Fire And Ice (4:13pm July 6, 2012):
It looks like a story I would enjoy.
Re: It Begins with a Kiss (2:06pm July 3, 2012):
I do like trilogies so I like the idea of breaking up your series into them.
Re: My Lady Mage (2:01pm July 3, 2012):
I like strong bonds between people and animals in stories.
Re: First Do No Evil (9:00am July 1, 2012):
It really depends on the story. I want to feel like the story is complete.
Re: The Princess and the Outlaw (8:57am July 1, 2012):
We have a vine in the back yard that attracts hummingbirds but every time my husband sees them and tells me they take off. I am determined to capture them on film.
Re: Wicked Nights (11:08am June 29, 2012):
I would say Dain from Lord of Scoundrels by Loretta Chase.
Re: Lady Amelia's Mess And A Half (2:08pm June 28, 2012):
The only star crossed lovers I can think are Romeo and Juliet.
Re: Starlight (4:46pm June 25, 2012):
Who lives to bicker and tease. Polly Gowan
Union? What union? the weaver's
Sitting in a place
Where the faithful come to pray.
A refuge from rain. A pew in church
When flirting with an angel.
He loves to watch stars. Alex
In Massachusetts where the
Hero played polo. Harvard
The heroine leads
Weavers toward days of justice
Because he is ill Polly's da
Re: Sins Of The Angels (6:14am June 24, 2012):
Great post! What great points you make like the author rules the world, at least the one in his/her head.
Re: Into The Darkest Corner (6:04am June 24, 2012):
I don't belong to a book club since I work later in the evenings and that's when the clubs I know of meet. It sounds like fun though to be able to discuss books with others who love to read.
Re: The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine (4:01pm June 22, 2012):
I do enjoy unusal historical romances whether it's the characters or the settings that are unique.
Re: The Casanova Code (6:30pm June 18, 2012):
I would say charming with a lovely sense of humor.
Re: Undead And Unstable (6:51am June 16, 2012):
Congratulations on your success! I think everyone should always have a book near them because you never know when you might have a moment to read.
Re: A Fatal Fleece (10:24am June 11, 2012):
That is why I like series because you get to know the characters more in each book.
Re: About Last Night (2:42pm June 9, 2012):
It was a great excerpt and the book looks like a fun story.
Re: Chase Me (3:30pm June 7, 2012):
I don't know all the heroes listed but I do agree with Roarke.
Re: Copycat Killing (10:46am June 6, 2012):
Matt Lauer is a great host but Al Roker is a great side kick.
Re: Diamonds Are Truly Forever (1:34pm June 4, 2012):
One of my children was a much better liar than the other but neither has ever admitted to who broke the family room window.
Re: Home For The Summer (1:31pm June 4, 2012):
I spent my summers swimming and playing with my friends in the neighborhood and, of course, reading since my mother always signed us up or the library's summer reading program.
Re: Where There's Smoke (6:28pm May 25, 2012):
It looks like an intersting story.
Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (6:27pm May 25, 2012):
The book sounds like a good one.
Re: Night Walker (9:05pm May 16, 2012):
I do like a hero with an accent. I think it makes him a bit mysterious.
Re: The Wedding Beat (11:55am May 14, 2012):
I wanted my wedding to be a small one and it was. It sounds like an interesting perspective.
Re: Kiss Of The Goblin Prince (7:17am May 13, 2012):
That is a unique explanation for the wings.
Re: Under Fire (7:16am May 13, 2012):
That was lovely tribute to the military spouses. I would say my mother is my helper.
Re: Pretty Amy (9:58am May 11, 2012):
The teenage years are tough and I think it's great to have books and music out there that show girls that they are not alone.
Re: Karma (6:12am May 8, 2012):
I like both lighter and darker contemporary stories, it just depends on my mood.
Re: Hannah's Joy (6:11am May 8, 2012):
I do appreciate the detail authors put in their stories.
Re: Royal Street (1:21pm May 6, 2012):
Lafitte does sound like he could be a romance hero and the story does sound pretty interesting.
Re: The Proposal (6:35pm May 4, 2012):
I do like stories of people who have suffered but survive and find happiness.
Re: Demon's Bride (6:19pm May 2, 2012):
I do like them because they don't have everything handed to them and their success in life is what they earn.
Re: Under His Protection (8:33pm April 29, 2012):
I like reading stories with alpha heroes. Their stories have a lot of action since they don't spend a lot of time worrying over what to do.
Re: The Vampire Shrink (6:41pm April 27, 2012):
I have heard strange noises in the house occasionally but I don't think I have ever encountered a ghost.
Re: Enraptured (4:19pm April 26, 2012):
I have a lot of favorite villains and one of them is JR Ewing from Dallas. He was just so mean but it was still a surprise when he was shot.
Re: A Lady's Revenge (4:16pm April 26, 2012):
It really depends on the situation but there are plenty of stories that I read where it made sense for the hero or heroine to want revenge.
Re: Somebody To Love (11:35am April 24, 2012):
Congratulations on the new book! I would say when I changed jobs and moved a couple of times that was starting over but I haven't done that for many years.
Re: Untouched (5:56pm April 20, 2012):
I would pick 1,3 and 10 but some of the others are pretty good too.
Re: The Zen Man (6:18pm April 17, 2012):
Moonlighting with Bruce Willis was a good one.
Re: A Plain Death (5:14pm April 15, 2012):
That is wonderful that things worked out so well.
Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (10:38am April 13, 2012):
I don't have any great secrets so never have worried about hiding them.
Re: Mariana (10:35am April 13, 2012):
I have never read the original of a story and then a re-written story so I don't know which I would prefer. I know there are stories that I have read that have been re-written but I can't imagine that they changed enough that it would make a difference. To re-write or not I think is really an authors personal preference.
Re: Trouble Me (12:37pm April 9, 2012):
It looks like a great story!
Re: One Hot Cowboy Wedding (9:25am April 8, 2012):
It has to be all of the above since they just make a girl happy.
Re: Lessons After Dark (6:12pm April 6, 2012):
Schools are like a bit of a world apart.
Re: Wedded In Scandal (6:18pm April 3, 2012):
I like a dark tortured hero but the charmers are a lot of fun to read about.
Re: True Highland Spirit (4:54pm March 30, 2012):
I like my heroes and heroines to be smart but have a sense of humor.
Re: Texas Baby Sanctuary (5:52pm March 28, 2012):
Since I have never been to Texas I do enjoy stories set there since it gives me the feeling of having visited.
Re: The Chase (5:24pm March 28, 2012):
I would pick NCIS as my favorite show because it combines serious plot lines with humor and a nod to the military. It also has a star who is handsome with his gray hair in a very peculiar cut.
Re: Sanctuary Cove (5:20pm March 28, 2012):
I do agree that there is not a whole lot of good television with uplifting themes.
Re: Vicki's Key (6:14pm March 27, 2012):
Dylan does sound like a great character and the book sounds great. I do enjoy an Irish accent, I don't know why but it is very lyrical although I don't always understand what they are saying.
Re: The Wings Of Morning (5:41pm March 26, 2012):
What an interesting post. I hadn't realized that the Amish refused to fight and that they were punished for it.
Re: Believe It or Not (6:17pm March 22, 2012):
I don't have many names that bother me. My only problem is when there are names that are similar and then I start getting confused.
Re: Sticks and Stones (4:46pm March 21, 2012):
I would write a book with my mother since we both love to read.
Re: Cassie's Grand Plan (9:37pm March 20, 2012):
The best part of my neighborhood is that it is quiet and the people are friendly.
Re: Hellsbane (12:57pm March 15, 2012):
I like all kinds of music but when I'm doing something I will put on public radio from Temple University that plays classical in the morning and jazz at night. It's nice background music.
Re: Sketch a Falling Star (4:35pm March 12, 2012):
I can get caught up in a project and lose track of time.
Re: Against The Night (6:25pm March 9, 2012):
Pride and Prejudice is a favorite of mine along with Gone With the Wind.
Re: Sweet Enemy (4:19pm March 6, 2012):
I anticipate watching two people dance around each other as they slowly become a part of each other's lives.
Re: Dire Needs (4:57pm March 5, 2012):
I think there are more stand alone stories in romantic suspense. I can't remember the last contemporary I read that was a stand alone story. I like both as long as the stories in a series can be read out of order.
Re: King of Darkness (3:58pm February 22, 2012):
I start my day with a cup of tea. I stopped drinking coffee when I stopped smoking since the two were linked together in my mind.
Re: Stud (2:39pm February 8, 2012):
I think that movies do a good job of showing different worlds or magic but I don't think they show the character's emotions as well.
Re: Darkest Highlander (6:15pm February 6, 2012):
I do enjoy mixing some magic into historical romance since it seems that people believed in magic in past times.
Re: Far from Here (7:28am February 5, 2012):
I garden and cook and bake and I do agree that we all create something.
Re: Hold Me If You Can (3:46pm January 26, 2012):
It's always the characters that make the book a good one for me. I have to be interested in them.
Re: Fever (5:20pm January 25, 2012):
I make general resolutions and this year it was to take the clutter out of the house and, so far, I have been moving forward with it. Congratulations on the new book!
Re: Dreamers (6:45pm January 22, 2012):
It is an interesting idea since when I think of who I am, one thing I identify is that I am my parent's daughter.
Re: Scrumptious (6:09pm January 16, 2012):
I changed my direction several times and might just do that again.
Re: Sins Of The Highlander (6:49pm January 13, 2012):
My favorite hero trait is a sense of humor.
Re: Bride By Mistake (10:56am January 10, 2012):
I do enjoy marriage of convenience stories. I like the fact that often the last thing the characters expect is to fall in love. I can't imagine anyone that I would pick for an arranged marriage. It is just such a foreign concept to me.
Re: Pretty Persuasion (6:06pm January 9, 2012):
I sometimes rate the books I read. I usually don't finish the books that I just am not enjoying so the books I rate are usually at least three stars. I would say that is for a book that was okay but not really memorable. The five stars are for books that are on my keeper shelf.
Re: Sweet Reward (1:41pm January 2, 2012):
I like reading about characters who have had tough times and come back from them stronger.
Re: A Promise Of Safekeeping (7:34am January 1, 2012):
I usually save things from my family like pictures my kids made me when they were little.
Re: The More the Terrier (6:36pm December 31, 2011):
Happy New Year! I plan to get a lot of work done on my house this year.
Re: The Angel Of Blythe Hall (6:49pm December 30, 2011):
Music is a wonderful gift. My mother sent us her piano when my daughter wanted to learn to play.
Re: Lover's Leap (9:39pm December 29, 2011):
Congratulations on 25 books! I hope 2012 is as good to you as 2011.
Re: Mozart's Last Aria (11:37am December 27, 2011):
It sounds like a fascinating story.
Re: Finding Felicity (6:10pm December 23, 2011):
Merry Christmas! I think forgiveness is the hardest thing to do but it is a good time for me to remember to be thankful and to not worry about the small things in life.
Re: Wedded In Scandal (2:00pm December 22, 2011):
The internet is definitely a big time drainer for me too. There is always something to look up or read that's more interesting than what needs to be done.
Re: The King's Mistress (2:13pm December 17, 2011):
It was an interesting post and I did not know that you needed a berry for a kiss.
Re: Mistletoe and Margaritas (1:35pm December 10, 2011):
If I never saw another winter I think I would be okay with that so I would pick Hawaii for my dream place to live.
Re: Shield of Fire (3:36pm December 9, 2011):
I think you have a wonderful addiction. My son is in college and I would say that sports, music and video games are popular. The blanket is a great idea and the Nike black athletic socks are very poplular. Didn't you know that you wear your shorts with black socks now?
Re: Hunter Of Shadows (6:25pm December 2, 2011):
I like that surprise moment in a story.
Re: Hot Zone (6:38am December 1, 2011):
It is nice to have the whole family together and I hope you have a lovely holiday with your family. I don't worry about myself too much, it's just nice to get everything done without too much stress.
Re: She Can Run (6:13am November 30, 2011):
My favorite types of romances are historicals, romantic suspense and contemporaries.
Re: Miss Darcy Falls in Love (4:41pm November 28, 2011):
It looks like an interesting group of characters.
Re: The Storm That Is Sterling (11:15am November 23, 2011):
Happy Thanksgiving! My favorite way to spend it is with my family.
Re: Fortune's Son (5:23pm November 18, 2011):
Philip sounds like a fascinating character.
Re: The Highlander's Heart (5:43pm November 16, 2011):
I like both types of plots but maybe I like the heroine torturing the hero a little bit more. It can be fun to read.
Re: Until There Was You (5:05pm November 15, 2011):
It looks like a lovely story.
Re: Risking Trust (7:36pm November 8, 2011):
Perfection is definitely overrated and it also leaves people feeling inferior.
Re: Tall, Dark And Cowboy (12:45pm November 7, 2011):
I don't think I have ever started over but I have moved to different places and I think it must be a scary feeling to begin again with no one to help you.
Re: Engaged in Sin (1:44pm November 5, 2011):
You learned some interesting stuff in your research. I do enjoy reading about wounded heroes who are trying to rebuild their lives.
Re: Darn Good Cowboy Christmas (9:51pm November 4, 2011):
I would love a nice family celebration and some great books to read.
Re: Always a Temptress (8:58pm November 3, 2011):
That's wonderful that your series is going to be nine books. One of my favorite series was the Wallflower series from Lisa Kleypas. I liked that the heroines didn't really fit into society and were unique individuals.
Re: Embrace The Highland Warrior (4:54pm November 1, 2011):
I am usually pretty good at night but sometimes there are unexplained noises that I don't care for.
Re: Romancing The Countess (11:21am October 28, 2011):
I am very impressed with your ability to accomplish anything with a difficult pregnancy and a toddler. I would say that historical romance has definitely given me an interest in history that I never had before so I will watch History Channel shows to see what life was like for people during the time periods that I enjoy stories set in.
Re: His Last Duchess (1:49pm October 27, 2011):
I like the way you approach things without a strict schedule and your dog is adorable.
Re: Haunting Embrace (9:30am October 22, 2011):
I like when the dark tortured hero meets someone who makes him realize that he has to decide to let go of his anger and hatred.
Re: Flawless (9:57pm October 20, 2011):
I think it would be very tough to redeem a cruel character although anything is possible.
Re: Utterly Charming (11:00am October 19, 2011):
The Once Upon a Time series looks interesting and I would say my favorite fairy tale is Red Riding Hood.
Re: Attracted to Fire (11:30am October 18, 2011):
I have never been to Texas but my husband was there many many years ago when he was in the army. It is definitely on my places to visit. Having grown up in New Jersey it is amazing to me how big the state is.
Re: Against The Storm (10:56am October 17, 2011):
Congratulations on #50!
Re: The Rose Garden (10:58am October 12, 2011):
I do like knowing about the supporting cast in a story and it's often interesting to see them through the main character's eyes. Also seeing a character's family and friends gives me clues about the characters themselves.
Re: Roommates (5:37pm October 4, 2011):
I really like Against the Wall and also just started watching Prime Suspect. I don't like the commercials for it at all and they are misleading because Jane is not some hothead cop like I thought.
Re: Fitzwilliam Darcy, Rock Star (3:48pm September 21, 2011):
I think it's an interesting spin on the classic story.
Re: Out in Blue (6:41pm September 13, 2011):
I would say the strength of werewolves.
Re: Deep Disclosure (4:16pm September 7, 2011):
I do try to live in the present and appreciate this particular day but I do think about the past and the future too and what might be or might have been.
Re: The Wedding Affair (5:39pm September 6, 2011):
That is an amazing dollhouse. Good luck with cleaning it.
Re: Redeeming The Rogue (10:50am August 30, 2011):
When a book ends and I don't want to let the characters go I just re-read it.
Re: The Orphan Sister (6:21pm August 17, 2011):
Summer has been going by quickly as my son is home from college and it is already time for him to go back.
Re: Deadly Obsession (11:37am August 16, 2011):
I always like the small things a hero does like when St. Vincent makes sure Evie's feet are warm in Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas.
Re: Fezariu's Epiphany (7:04am August 13, 2011):
I think David's world sound intriguing. I do enjoy getting pulled into a fantasy world that has unique characters and places.
Re: Spycatcher (7:37pm August 11, 2011):
I am sure that your experiences would be very interesting to read about but I have to say that I prefer reading fiction.
Re: The Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter (1:15pm August 10, 2011):
I love happy endings, they leave me with a great feeling that lasts through the day.
Re: Making Waves (7:09am August 9, 2011):
I spend more time reading books than watching movies so I am not knowledgeable at all about actors and actresses. Also, when I do watch a movie I am more interested in the story than the names of the actors.
Re: Pleating for Mercy (7:59am August 7, 2011):
I would say reading is my luxury whenever I get some time.
Re: The Lady Of The Storm (6:57am August 4, 2011):
For me, a good story sucks me into the story where I am completely immersed in the story going on and I guess that's what a good picture does too.
Re: Too Hot To Touch (11:31am August 3, 2011):
A boy in my Kindergarten class and all the girls loved him since he was so polite and never made fun of us.
Re: Undead And Undermined (9:15am July 22, 2011):
Thanks for the funny post this blazing Friday morning and I hope all your problems in life are so entertaining.
Re: Touch If You Dare (4:08pm July 21, 2011):
He definitely does have a great cover!
Re: In The Heat Of The Bite (9:45pm July 19, 2011):
I like those unusual characters who won't end up with books of their own.
Re: Fallen (6:53am June 30, 2011):
That must have been a very intense training operation to witness.
Re: Dying For Justice (7:01am June 29, 2011):
Bugs are one of my fears, especially the fear of them being on me.
Re: Night Veil (7:07am June 27, 2011):
I think I pick Superman, because he is a modest guy just trying to save the world.
Re: Burning Skies (5:21pm June 24, 2011):
It sounds like your writing brings you a lot of joy.
Re: Heart of Deception (5:55pm April 29, 2011):
There were a lot of amazing hats today at the royal wedding.
Re: Hidden Embers (9:38am April 23, 2011):
Spring is my favorite with everything coming to life after the darkness of winter.
Re: The Devil in Disguise (9:35am April 23, 2011):
I like to hear about new books and read excerpts. Contests are fun too.
Re: Hummingbird Lake (6:05pm March 22, 2011):
I have bought books reading because I read a blog post telling me about the book, the characters and providing me with a short excerpt.
Re: Highland Heat (9:33am March 21, 2011):
It looks like there are two strong characters in your story, something I really enjoy.
Re: So Close The Hand Of Death (8:41pm March 15, 2011):
The story sounds fascinating and very intense. I don't think you know what you can do until you are put in the situation.
Re: Angel's Rest (10:59am March 12, 2011):
Congratulations on your new direction and new name.
Re: Staying At Daisy's (5:07pm March 7, 2011):
It's a great cover and sounds like an interesting story.
Re: Society's Most Disreputable Gentleman (9:51am February 9, 2011):
I do like reading about rakes but I really want to be able to believe that they have changed, otherwise it's hard to believe in their HEA.
Re: Deadly Ties (5:33pm February 7, 2011):
It is hard to remember that you have to let people make their own decisions even if you disagree with them.
Re: The Irish Princess (10:46am February 1, 2011):
It looks like an interesting story.
Re: The Werewolf Upstairs (5:33pm January 28, 2011):
We have been lucky to keep our electricity but we have been hit constantly with snow storms and I do appreciate all the great books I have to read during the times we are stuck at home.
Re: Immortal Champion (4:58pm January 27, 2011):
When I read a romance I become completely engaged in the story and really will not notice how much time has gone by. It is a great way to take a break without leaving the house.
Re: At Hidden Falls (4:59pm January 25, 2011):
My mother insisted we read from the time we were little and when I was older I started reading her Harlequins and found that I really liked romances. I enjoy both historicals and contemporaries since their settings are so different.
Re: Yours For The Taking (7:24am January 20, 2011):
My dream workday involves windows open, 75 degree day with no problems to deal with and everyone I talk to happy and cheerful. Congratulations on the new book!
Re: Pleasure Me (10:29am January 14, 2011):
I enjoy the characters and their journey to the HEA.
Re: Wicked Seduction (5:37pm January 11, 2011):
I really enjoyed Wicked Surrender so I am glad that you have more stories coming even if others must suffer.
Re: The Fire In Ember (6:17pm January 10, 2011):
I think you are right. Also, when I had my daughter then it was fun to give her a pink room and frilly dresses and Disney videos.
Re: I Dream of Genies (6:47pm January 5, 2011):
It looks like a fun story!
Re: Against The Wind (1:57pm January 3, 2011):
I like trilogies because you can get to know a group of characters and really feel like you can believe their HEAs.
Re: Haunted Honeymoon (3:38pm December 27, 2010):
I like all kinds of books and today is a perfect day to be inside reading while the wind is howling and the snow is blowing.
Re: The Viking's Captive (10:41am December 20, 2010):
Congratulations on your success and happy holidays to you and yours!
Re: Murder In Plain Sight (7:14am December 19, 2010):
When I think of the Amish I do think of a simpler life where a community comes together.
Re: Beneath The Thirteen Moons (3:26pm December 8, 2010):
I'm not sure about love at first sight but I do know that opposites attract.
Re: Twins Under His Tree (1:33pm December 2, 2010):
It's hard to imagine what the soldiers overseas are going through even when they do stories about them on the news. It must be a tough time of the year for them and their families.
Re: Gemini Night (12:39pm November 27, 2010):
This just highlights for me how difficult it is to be a writer.
Re: Honky Tonk Christmas (6:36pm November 19, 2010):
I'm thankful for my family and looking forward to seeing everyone on Thanksgiving. One of my favorite songs is Fireflies by Faith Hill.
Re: The Taming Of The Wolf (2:56pm November 18, 2010):
That was fun. I would say you don't have to worry about what's for dinner.
Re: Swift Justice (12:03pm November 17, 2010):
I would say I am a procrastinator but not last minute shopper. I would shop year round if I had any idea what anyone wanted but that just doesn't happen so I wait and then it seems like everything has to get done at once.
Re: The Forever Queen (3:07pm November 11, 2010):
I had never heard of her but her story sounds fascinating.
Re: Casting About (5:25pm November 8, 2010):
There are times when I'm reading and I can relate to the situations because I have had similar ones or have known someone who has. Of course, there are also times when a story seems far fetched to me, but maybe not to someone else.
Re: The Devil She Knows (6:39am November 7, 2010):
We grew up in a pretty small house and we would all be stuffed around the kitchen table for holidays but it was cozy and comfortable.
Re: Holiday Grind (12:22pm November 5, 2010):
I love all the great drinks and desserts this time of year. Congrats on the new book!
Re: Holiday Affair (5:37pm November 1, 2010):
When my kids were little I thought I wanted the perfect Christmas but we're not a perfect family so now I just enjoy the time with the family.
Re: An Accidental Seduction (6:17pm October 28, 2010):
That's sweet that your hero is your pony. Real heroes are definitely different from fictional ones. To me, the real ones are the ones who are there for the everyday challenges.
Re: Pinned for Murder (10:25am October 26, 2010):
That is one of the best things about reading a series is getting to know all the characters and understanding what makes them act as they do.
Re: Twilight Hunger (5:02pm October 22, 2010):
That's amazing that there are 20 stories in your series.
Re: A Darcy Christmas (5:01pm October 22, 2010):
Some of my favorites are Laura from Little House on the Prairie and Anne from Anne of Green Gables.
Re: Pursuit of Justice (9:06pm October 18, 2010):
I enjoy heroes and heroines that I like and enjoy spending time with their story. I like them to be smart, strong and to have a sense of humor. I enjoy all different types of stories and I don't like the villains to be obvious.
Re: Grave Witch (11:27am October 16, 2010):
I do think of the skeleton in the black robes when I think of the grim reaper so this is a pretty unique sounding story.
Re: Seducing The Duchess (4:09pm October 6, 2010):
Congratulations on your new book! After all these years of reading romance I don't worry about what people think either.
Re: Sinful in Satin (5:47pm October 1, 2010):
I usually don't remember my dreams although over the winter my cats were always sleeping on my legs so I was having a lot of dreams where I couldn't get away.
Re: When Wicked Craves (11:58am September 29, 2010):
Isn't it funny how the smallest things that your neighbors do become suspicious when they never did it before? At least they do for me. Why is someone's car home when it never was before? Why is the wife's car suddenly missing?
Re: One Touch of Scandal (6:25am September 26, 2010):
A trip to the bookstore is a reward for many things. A reward that involves my cats is taking a few minutes to pet them. They have to be in the mood, of course.
Re: For the King's Favor (6:32am September 22, 2010):
It must be quite the balancing act to write accurately about historical figures but make them people we want to read about and care about today.
Re: Warrior (6:00am September 6, 2010):
It looks like a series that's different and exciting.
Re: Royal Blood (1:31pm September 5, 2010):
You have seen and visited some interesting places and your book sounds like fun.
Re: Atlantis Betrayed (6:29am August 31, 2010):
Congratulations on your new book and best of luck with your move. It sounds very exciting. We just moved our son to college and what a stressful thing to do. I made list after list which made me feel like I had everything under control.
Re: Deadly Fear (5:17pm August 26, 2010):
When it comes to killers I think the stories I like reading the most are where the killer is not totally evil because those are the scariest.
Re: Assassin's Heart (3:22pm August 24, 2010):
I haven't had any experiences that made me believe I had past lives but anything is possible.
Re: Don't Cry (6:15am August 22, 2010):
I have a good sized TBR pile but I do pick up new books that I want to read even when I have a bunch of others at home.
Re: Nemesis (6:13am August 22, 2010):
It's been hot here too and we haven't had rain in weeks. We're supposed to get cooler temperatures and rain for the next few day. I hope they're right.
Re: Whisper Kiss (4:15pm August 20, 2010):
The fire has to be what sets them apart from everyone else.
Re: Hero (3:28pm August 18, 2010):
I think it must be very hard to deal with the fact that anyone can post a review about something you put so much time and effort into.
Re: Roast Mortem (10:08am August 14, 2010):
I will check out some of your recipes. I do like pancakes and have been experimenting with different types lately.
Re: The Goddess of Fried Okra (11:29am August 4, 2010):
The book sounds wonderful and in my life I'm lucky to have a mother, sister and daughter.
Re: The Smuggler And The Society Bride (10:40am August 4, 2010):
I like to read about characters who have dealt with tough times and now they get their HEA.
Re: Ice Cold (6:33am July 13, 2010):
I am definitely curious about what happened to those farmers.
Re: To Conquer a Highlander (9:23am July 12, 2010):
The two things I have the most of are books and photographs both of which need to be better organized.
Re: Sworn To Protect (12:04pm June 25, 2010):
I enjoy reading about strong courageous women who aren't afraid to stand up to others.
Re: Fatal Affair (2:41pm June 24, 2010):
Congratulations on the new release. It looks like an exciting story.
Re: Something About You (11:25am March 19, 2010):
The book looks like a fun one. It reminds of the television show Castle except the woman is the tough one there.
Re: Take Me If You Dare (6:58am March 7, 2010):
I haven't seen that many of the nominees but I feel that Avatar will win the best picture because it was so different.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (6:45am March 7, 2010):
Your grandmother sounds like quite a character.
Re: SEALed with a Ring (4:31pm March 5, 2010):
Congratulations on the new book. It's great that you tried something new and loved it.
Re: Seeing Red (6:30am February 28, 2010):
I spent more time shoveling this month than anything else but I did read some books in between. I read some books from my TBR pile and A Dangerous Man by Candace Camp was a good one.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (7:26am February 7, 2010):
Anthologies are nice to read when I don't have time for a full length story. And we are definitely drinking a lot of tea this winter. Apple Cinnamon is a favorite here.
Re: Wild Heart (10:02am December 14, 2009):
That was an informative post Lori and I now believe more than ever that writing is something that you really have to love to keep going. Good luck to you.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (3:53pm December 7, 2009):
Your grandmother sounds like a lot of fun. I enjoy pulling out the ornaments our kids made when they were little.
Re: My Unfair Lady (10:25am December 4, 2009):
I like that your steps focus on positive thoughts and actions and your book looks like a good one.
Re: Sex Drive (9:21am December 2, 2009):
I do like series. It's nice to revisit the main characters in subsequent books.
Re: Take Me For A Ride (10:55am November 25, 2009):
The worst thing I can remember is when I was supposed to be making brownies for a holiday party for one of my children's classroom and forgot the eggs. When I look at the mess cooking in the pan I realize the eggs are missing and then try to add them which leads to the eggs cooking around the brownies and me running to the store for store made brownies.
Re: Over My Dead Body (11:31am November 16, 2009):
Happy Thanksgiving to you. Whether it's at our house or my mother's I do enjoy the smells of a Thanksgiving feast cooking.
Re: Rainwater (10:23am November 6, 2009):
I usually don't watch book trailers. If I am interested in a book I'm going to read about it and maybe read an excerpt.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (4:28pm November 2, 2009):
Thanksgiving is a favorite of mine too since it's a wonderful meal and then a few days off to relax.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (6:07pm October 23, 2009):
My father would tell us that in his house when you were called for dinner you came right away because with his family the food went fast.
Re: Santa Honey (4:21pm October 23, 2009):
I like my print books but I'm sure there will come a time when we all will be reading e-books.
Re: A Marquis To Marry (6:20pm October 14, 2009):
I like the idea of grandsons all born in the same year.
Re: A Dark Love (9:28am September 30, 2009):
I don't mind a heroine who doesn't seem strong at first as long as she grows during the story.
Re: Lucky Break (9:27am September 29, 2009):
Congratulations on your new book Carly! I like humor, a great setting and characters who have the strength to deal with some tough situations.
Re: Shades of Twilight (9:55am September 26, 2009):
I have never been able to attend an author signing but your experience sounds exciting.
Re: A Christmas Ball (10:13am September 21, 2009):
It's amazing to think that Christmas will be here in a few months. I enjoyed the post and thinking of Christmas past. We used to open presents on Christmas morning but once our children were older they wanted to sleep in on Christmas morning so we started opening presents on Christmas Eve.
Re: Table Manners (3:44pm September 6, 2009):
I have done a little shopping, gone to a museum and read a bit too. I hope everyone is having a great weekend.
Re: Highland Rebel (6:21am September 3, 2009):
There are some stories that just suck you in and the pages just fly by and you don't even realize how much time has gone by.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (6:15am September 3, 2009):
Your story reminds me of our dog that we had for over eleven years.
Re: Haunting Beauty (9:52am August 28, 2009):
I don't think I would change anything for fear that I would lose the people in my life now.
Re: The Treasures Of Venice (6:30pm August 27, 2009):
Congratulations on the new book. We celebrate Fourth of July and Memorial Day in some way each year.
Re: Feels Like The First Time (10:59am August 26, 2009):
I would dress as a cat since I like things to go my way.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (3:20pm August 18, 2009):
Your grandmother sounds like a lovely woman.
Re: Tortured (9:29am August 18, 2009):
This looks like a very interesting story.
Re: Breaking Loose (6:19am August 13, 2009):
I think it must be great to be able to work wherever you want but you would have to be very organized to get all your work done when you're an author.
Re: It Happened One Night (3:52pm July 31, 2009):
My attention lately has been caught by trying to live a healthier life, cooking and baking more.
Re: Seduce Me (9:24am July 29, 2009):
Congratulations on the new book. It looks great!
Re: Seeing Red (11:39am July 27, 2009):
I have always lived in the suburbs but I do enjoy reading stories set in small towns.
Re: Waking Nightmare (9:36am July 22, 2009):
At the end of the day everything sounds like too much work so I would just like the next day off.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (5:13pm July 15, 2009):
We had great R.A.s in our dorm and I don't remember a curfew.
Re: Object of Desire (3:44pm July 9, 2009):
Romantic suspense is a favorite genre of mine and I often find myself reading those stories in one day.
Re: Wild Heart (5:56am June 29, 2009):
How exciting for you as you wait for your book to come out and I enjoyed reading about your publishing adventure.
Re: Seducing an Angel (2:41pm June 23, 2009):
Romance is definitely important but only one part of love. Love is such a complicated emotion and I think it's amazing what people are willing to do for those they love.
Re: The Texas Twins (5:27am June 10, 2009):
I find that the more I have to do the less patience I have.
Re: Master Of Craving (1:03pm May 27, 2009):
Congratulatons on the new release Karin. When I have extra energy I do some gardening or get a project around the house done that I've been putting off.
Re: The Accidental Lawman (5:17pm May 22, 2009):
Hank sounds like a great hero and he certainly looks larger than life on your cover.
Re: Pretty in Plaid (6:20am May 18, 2009):
I prefer to be early whenever possible. It is just too stressful to be running late.
Re: Bunco Babes Tell All (3:47pm May 6, 2009):
I have never played Bunco but it sounds like fun.
Re: Wild Heat (2:22pm April 30, 2009):
As long as I can remember my mother read romance novels. She always had a pile next to her side of the bed, the same as I do today.
Re: The Heir's Scandalous Affair (9:52am April 14, 2009):
I enjoy series when each book can stand alone so that if I start the series in the middle it all makes sense.
Re: Paradise Valley (6:32am April 11, 2009):
Right now I'm reading Erin McCarthy's Flat-Out Sexy and it's a great story.
Re: Rewriting Monday (10:09am April 7, 2009):
I think that's a tough question because if you changed something in your past then that can change a whole bunch of other things that followed.
Re: Simple Wishes (10:55am March 11, 2009):
Your book sounds like one I would enjoy.
Re: The Club (5:04pm March 9, 2009):
My mother has always been a great reader. When we were young we had to join the summer reading program at the library and my mother made us each read a minimum amount of books each summer.
Re: Bluegrass Courtship (2:12pm February 11, 2009):
I love that show and what a great idea for a book.