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342 comments posted.

Re: You Had Me at Wolf (10:01pm February 27):

I love the sexy, protective heroes.

Re: Highland Sword (9:01pm February 14):

I'm better at cooking.

Re: Wicked Cowboy Wolf (4:53pm January 31):

I love the protective heroes.

Re: The Goddess Gets Her Guy (12:03pm November 24, 2019):

Fall tends to be my favorite for the in-between temperatures
and beautiful fall colors.

Re: Wolf Rebel (12:00pm November 24, 2019):

Hard to choose. For today, I'll go with Belle.

Re: Puppy Christmas (12:55pm November 23, 2019):

I'm most excited for Silver Town Wolf: Home for the Holidays.

Re: Puppy Christmas (12:52pm November 16, 2019):

I'd like Santa to bring me a bunch of audio books from my
favorite authors.

Re: Heiress Gone Wild (4:38pm October 12, 2019):

Great sounding recipe! I like to fix roast beef in my slow
cooker.

Re: A Phoenix Is Forever (8:46pm March 29, 2019):

I drifted away from romance during the bodice-ripper years and
came back to it somewhere in the early 2000's to discover that
it had changed for the better. I also discovered paranormal
romance, which has become my favorite genre.

Re: A Lord Apart (11:48pm March 28, 2019):

I've enjoyed working on my and my husband's genealogies in the
past, but it's been a number of years since I've done anything
with it.

Re: It's Getting Scot in Here (12:04pm March 3, 2019):

I love the premise of the series, and the book sounds great!

Re: Lady Sophie's Christmas Wish (1:19am December 15, 2018):

My favorite aspect of the holidays is more quality time with
my family.

Re: Earl to the Rescue (10:16pm November 29, 2018):

This sounds enjoyable!

Re: More Than a Phoenix (4:49pm September 30, 2018):

I love the idea of a monkey shifter, and dragons are always
fun. I've read romance novels since I was 13, because I love
a happy ending and enjoy the journey the characters take to
get there.

Re: A Billionaire Wolf for Christmas (4:40pm September 30, 2018):

I've been in a couple of scary situations, though I never
really thought I wouldn't make it. I hunkered down and did
the best I could.

Re: The Sweetest Burn (4:51pm July 30, 2017):

I can't think of any supernatural powers that haven't been
covered by someone. I loved that some of your vampires could
fly and would like to see more characters able to do so, even
it it's because they're shapeshifters.

Re: Real Earls Break the Rules (1:18am November 24, 2016):

I enjoy a lot of types of heroines. Intrepid ones are
probably my favorites, though, regardless of any other
characteristics or status.

Re: How To Impress a Marquess (3:13pm November 9, 2016):

This sounds different but quite fun!

Re: Viking Warrior Rebel (10:50pm October 12, 2016):

Great excerpt! I look forward to reading this.

Re: A Very Jaguar Christmas (2:45pm October 6, 2016):

Your Halloween and Christmas decorating plans sound so enjoyable!

Re: What the Duke Doesn't Know (1:25am September 10, 2016):

I don't really remember any of the headlines I've seen.
I'll occasionally check out something that sounds
interesting, but I don't leave comments on those pages.

Re: Her Rogue Alpha (1:20am September 10, 2016):

It would depend on the specific circumstances. In this
case, I don't think I'd do it.

Re: The Bear Who Loved Me (1:14am September 10, 2016):

I spent a lot of time with my husband and celebrated our
45th wedding anniversary.

Re: My Wild Irish Dragon (11:15pm September 1, 2016):

This sounds quite "fiery"! I look forward to reading it.

Re: The Earl's Return (10:00pm August 23, 2016):

We didn't do a lot this summer, so I'd say the highlight
was watching fireworks with my grandkids.

Re: A Promise of Fire (12:36pm August 13, 2016):

I don't remember what the book was, now, but I remember
reading a book to my children and crying over the sad part as
I read it.

Re: Every Time with a Highlander (12:33pm August 13, 2016):

The perfect weekend for me includes sleeping in, lots of
reading, and quality time with my husband.

Re: Viking Warrior Rising (11:15pm August 10, 2016):

Congratulations, Asa! What a fantastic honor!

Re: A Scandalous Adventure (10:11pm August 3, 2016):

My favorite reading adventures are the urban fantasies I read.
I like my adventures to be in books!

Re: Billionaire in Wolf's Clothing (2:21pm July 8, 2016):

It sounds like an interesting change of pace in the wolf world, and he sounds like a pretty great hero.

Re: If the Earl Only Knew (2:04pm July 7, 2016):

I like when the couple doesn't realize they're attracted and happen to kiss for some reason, such as under the mistletoe.

Re: A Gift for Guile (1:28pm July 7, 2016):

Jamie Fraser is at the top of my list.

Re: To Love A Wolf (10:50am June 10, 2016):

I've already seen Captain America - Civil War and enjoyed it. I'm particularly looking forward to Tarzan and the new Independence Day movie.

Re: An Enchanted Spring (6:45pm May 29, 2016):

I enjoy time travel romances for the clash of cultures and
fish-out-of-water experience of the person that did the
time traveling.

Re: Tommaso (6:20pm May 29, 2016):

Tommaso sounds yummy!

Re: Sexiest Couple Alive (7:34pm May 27, 2016):

1. Chris Hemsworth
2. Nathan Fillion
3. Henry Cavill
4. Ian Somerhalder
5. Benedict Cumberbatch

Re: True Born (11:28pm May 5, 2016):

A vampire. Spike is a favorite!

Re: I Dream of Dragons (3:22pm April 21, 2016):

I take advantage of the opportunity to read a lot! I've got a book light that I can use (and lots of batteries) if/when my electronic devices run out of power.

Re: The Infamous Heir (10:54pm March 24, 2016):

I tend to be a people pleaser, though I've gotten much
better at saying "no." I love series books and have so
many favorites. One of my favorite historical romance
series is Elizabeth Hoyt's Maiden Lane series.

Re: Romancing the Ranger (11:09am March 21, 2016):

Music helps my productivity, though the type of music depends on what I'm doing. If I'm needing to concentrate on something I'm reading or writing, what I'm listening to has to be instrumental.

Re: I Kissed a Rogue (9:37am March 10, 2016):

I love this series and am looking forward to this book!

Re: Her Fierce Warror (10:15pm March 3, 2016):

I'd probably celebrate at a seafood or steak restaurant
with all my family present.

Re: MacLaren's Bride (3:46pm March 1, 2016):

Great to have you writing new books!

Re: Highland Spitfire (2:09pm February 24, 2016):

The one that many would know is when Jamie punishes Claire in
Outlander. I'm not sure about it being a favorite scene,
though!

Re: SEAL Wolf in Too Deep (2:05pm February 4, 2016):

It would depend on the mood of the wolf! If she's hostile, as
you mention, and I couldn't calm her down first, then it would
have to be the crate or a tranquilizer. Otherwise, I'd just
let her crawl in the back seat and get comfortable.

Re: Will's True Wish (4:17pm February 2, 2016):

My favorite thing about dogs is their companionship.

Re: Enchantment of a Highlander (4:08pm January 20, 2016):

I'm working hard to get myself in better shape.

Re: Heir To The Duke (4:05pm January 20, 2016):

I can't remember any pranks being played on me, though I'm sure some mild ones were in my younger days. I'm not a prankster, at all.

Re: Taken by the Highlander (6:43pm January 3, 2016):

My husband and I have a nice meal and celebrate quietly
together.

Re: Somewhere in Time (1:31am December 6, 2015):

I haven't read either of these books, yet, though I just
found the first one free on Kindle and picked it up.

Re: In The Company Of Wolves (12:44pm December 6, 2015):

I think he should keep his mouth shut and his eyes and ears
open and learn as much as he can.

Re: In Search of Scandal (10:53pm December 2, 2015):

I love a wounded hero, who is also honorable, brave,
intelligent, and kind (even though he may hide it).

Re: How To Seduce A Scot (10:47pm December 2, 2015):

Jamie Fraser has been my favorite Highlander ever since I
first read Ouylander. I love him because, for all his
faults, he's a great guy. He loves and is devoted to
Claire; he's honorable and dedicated to the people under
his care; he's extremely brave; and he has a great sense
of humor. Oh, and lets not forget that he's tall and
verra handsome!

Re: One Rogue at a Time (10:42pm December 2, 2015):

I guessed D.

Re: The Courtship of Utopia Miner (11:32pm November 14, 2015):

My favorite genre is PNR/urban fantasy. I also read a lot
of historical romance.

Re: A Gentleman for All Seasons (10:39am November 12, 2015):

I love the clothes and manners of that time.

Re: Viking Warrior Rising (11:25pm November 3, 2015):

I've always thought the Vikings and their mythology was
interesting.

Re: Duke of Scandal (3:57pm October 21, 2015):

In my books, I like a somewhat bad boy, probably because they
are more interesting to read about. In real life, though, I
always go for the good guys.

Re: A Silver Wolf Christmas (3:28pm October 8, 2015):

I'd give him a special day together.

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (1:18am September 20, 2015):

Nothing special coming up the rest of the month, but we did
take a short trip to Pigeon Forge (Smoky Mountains) and had
fun.

Re: The Highlander's Bride (7:58pm September 2, 2015):

My favorite thing is the journey to the HEA.

Re: The Highwayman (9:53pm September 1, 2015):

This sounds like a wonderful read, and the cover's gorgeous,
too!

Re: Darkest Misery (6:16pm August 13, 2015):

I'll go with the sexy boyfriends.

Re: Agent N6: Dylan (1:07pm August 6, 2015):

I tend to prefer to not have the face shown or only a portion of it.

Re: Naked (10:28am July 23, 2015):

I've never made a honey cake, and I don't think I've ever eaten one.

Re: Murder.com (1:20pm July 14, 2015):

Castle and Beckett are my favorites.

Re: A Sword for His Lady (8:51pm July 11, 2015):

I think Ramon will win, and then they'll both win!

Re: The Curiosity Keeper (11:25am July 7, 2015):

Love and Let Spy by Shana Galen is next on my reading list.

Re: SEAL Wolf Hunting (5:29pm July 3, 2015):

I'm more the settled-down type.

Re: Girl Spoken For (9:29pm June 26, 2015):

I couldn't possibly come up with just one favorite song.
The 80's is my favorite music decade, and there was just so
much to love!

Re: The Spring Bride (9:27pm June 26, 2015):

I love romance for the HEA.

Re: Never Resist A Rake (9:21am June 11, 2015):

A nice dinner out; then back home to snuggle together on the couch with an enjoyable movie.

Re: Reunion of Souls (10:47pm June 5, 2015):

I used to read a log of non-fiction. Now, I read primarily
fiction.

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (10:30pm June 5, 2015):

I give myself permission to do badly at housework!
Sometimes, there just isn't time to do more than the bare
minimum, especially if you want to have any time for
yourself, at all!

Re: Night of the Highland Dragon (1:16pm June 4, 2015):

I really like wolf shifters, but I've been reading a lot of dragon shifter books, lately, and they're definitely growing on me!

Re: At the Spy's Pleasure (4:18pm May 29, 2015):

I do believe in second chances and enjoy seeing these
couples find their HEA's.

Re: A Leopard's Path (2:29pm May 16, 2015):

I love the escape and the road to the couple's HEA.

Re: Shadow Fires (2:28pm May 16, 2015):

Some of my favorite book series are: Ilona Andrews' Kate
Daniels series, Nalini Sing's Guild Hunter and Psy-
Changeling series; Dianne Duvall's Immortal Guardians
series, Lara Adrian's Midnight Breed series, and Larissa
Ione's Demonica series.

Re: 50 Ways to Ruin a Rake (10:48am May 6, 2015):

Happy birthday, Jade! I always enjoy your posts, and the book sounds like a lot of fun.

Re: The Last Heiress (2:24pm April 28, 2015):

I'd love to do research in Scotland.

Re: A Touch of Passion (10:45pm April 22, 2015):

The Battle of Waterloo took place in what is now Belgium.

Re: Duchess By Mistake (10:41pm April 22, 2015):

Marriage of convenience stories are interesting for the effort
the couple has to put into making the relationship work.

Re: Tempting the Wolf (12:27pm April 11, 2015):

It really depends on what I'm doing. There are a lot of
things I prefer to do by myself and other things that I prefer
to do with other people.

Re: The Perilous Journey of the Not-So-Innocuous Girl (10:20pm March 19, 2015):

I'd go with trousers most of the time, but I'd want to have
a dress stashed away for appropriate occasions.

Re: Siren's Call (10:18pm March 19, 2015):

I've always liked mermaids (since I read The Little Mermaid
fairy tale), but I'd want to be one that would have legs
when on land!

Re: Spring Fever: Shifters in Love (9:04pm March 12, 2015):

Vampires are my favorites, because they're just so sexy and
tormented!

Re: Portrait of a Lone Wolf (5:31pm February 26, 2015):

This sounds great! I'm looking forward to reading it.

Re: The Immortal Who Loved Me (4:40pm February 26, 2015):

Thanks for the recipes. I'm excited to try them (and excited to read your book)!

Re: How to Plan a Wedding for a Royal Spy (10:11pm January 17, 2015):

Sounds like a great read; I'd like to see how everything is
resolved.

Re: Ashwood Falls Box Set (12:32pm January 10, 2015):

I love a hot shifter, with a preference for wolves.

Re: The Millionaire Rogue (10:08pm January 6, 2015):

I don't tend to remember specific kissing scenes, so I'm
coming up mostly blank. The only one I can think of is, in
Return of the King, when Arwen and Aragorn reunite.

Re: Two Week Seduction (9:37pm January 6, 2015):

Diamonds and chocolate!

Re: Revenant (12:15pm December 20, 2014):

I always loved Anya (Anyanka). Great excerpt; I'm really
looking forward to reading this!

Re: The Gentleman Jewel Thief (12:09pm December 13, 2014):

Very fascinating history of the Hope Diamond. Sounds like a
great series!

Re: Sinfully Ever After (11:21pm December 2, 2014):

I love this heroine (and she has a great middle name, too)!

Re: Two Week Seduction (8:48pm November 29, 2014):

I love the somewhat cooler temperatures in autumn.

Re: A Spy Unmasked (10:01pm November 15, 2014):

I love seeing them finally find the other half of their
souls.

Re: Madeleine?s Christmas Wish (6:56pm October 28, 2014):

This sounds like a wonderful Christmas read.

Re: Into Darkness (11:39pm October 21, 2014):

These are some pretty awful paranormal gifts except, maybe,
for the viral duplication (as long as I had it under
control!)

Re: What The Groom Wants (11:37pm October 21, 2014):

They sound like a fun pair at a costume party!

Re: Soulfire (11:35pm October 21, 2014):

I love all your types of heroes (be still, my heart!). I
look forward to checking out your book.

Re: Eternal Flame (9:26am October 17, 2014):

Mmmm; sexy Zane (or Dean!).

Re: For Love of the Duke (9:25am October 17, 2014):

Very intriguing excerpt; can't wait to see what happens next!

Re: A Highland Wolf Christmas (9:21am October 17, 2014):

I'd bare my throat to him and submit!

Re: By Winter's Light (1:38pm October 10, 2014):

Always interesting to read up on the origin of the various Christmas/midwinter customs!

Re: What a Lady Needs for Christmas (12:24pm October 9, 2014):

I cope by taking some time to myself, even if it's just to
get in a corner somewhere and bury myself in a book.

Re: To Love a King (10:16pm October 3, 2014):

Interesting to hear how you come up with your characters
and plots.

Re: The Shadows of Stormclyffe Hall (9:46pm October 3, 2014):

I read a lot of Gothic romances when I was a teenager. I
still have them all, though I admit I haven't read one in
years. I love the fact that this is a modern Gothic with a
background in the Regency era.

Re: Reforming the Rock Star (9:12pm September 30, 2014):

While I wanted to reinvent myself when I was a teenager, I
can't say that I ever actually tried to do so.

Re: Always a Rogue, Forever Her Love (9:13pm September 17, 2014):

I enjoyed the excerpt and look forward to reading this.

Re: The Lady's Disgrace (9:16pm September 10, 2014):

While I was always turned off by boring history classes in
high school, that boredom didn't extend to my books, since I
devoured any Regency romance I could get my hands on and read
a lot of historical romances when I couldn't find a Regency I
hadn't read.

Re: My Highland Spy (10:56pm September 9, 2014):

I've been to Scotland and Spain.

Re: My Highland Spy (10:55pm August 28, 2014):

I try not to judge people, especially negatively, by my first
impression, because I found, when I was much younger, how
wrong I could be.

Re: Betting on Julia (10:44pm August 28, 2014):

I think honor and a sense of humor are indispensable
qualities.

Re: The Highlander's Bride Trouble (5:30pm August 8, 2014):

I like the idea of a recumbent bike, and the bird carrier is
a pretty cool thing. I enjoyed the excerpt and look forward
to reading the rest of their story.

Re: So I Married a Werewolf (11:03pm August 1, 2014):

This sounds like a fun (possibly wacky) read.

Re: Night Child (10:57pm August 1, 2014):

I often binge read if I discover (or finally get to) a series
that's been out long enough to have at least several books.
The most recent one I binge read was Ward's BDM series.

Re: The Captive (9:24pm July 17, 2014):

It was pretty tough for women at that time, since they really only had freedom when they were widows.

Re: How To Lose A Lord in Ten Days or Less (10:15am July 16, 2014):

I'm especially impressed with Kate's ability to play the bagpipes! These days, reading is my favorite hobby. When I get inspired, it's genealogy.

Re: Vampire Trouble (8:39pm July 10, 2014):

Yummy excerpt! I'm looking forward to reading this.

Re: Going Down in Flames (8:36pm July 10, 2014):

I've seen your book on other blogs, too, and it looks really
interesting.

Re: Firewall (10:05pm July 9, 2014):

I like your BRAINSTORM techniques!

Re: Shenandoah Dreams (11:50pm July 3, 2014):

I think I'd want to run home. Once I got over that (assuming
I couldn't run home), I'd explore and try to figure out how
to get home.

Re: Crimson Heart (10:48pm June 28, 2014):

Interesting process of finding and fleshing out your
characters.

Re: Queen of Wands (9:55pm June 27, 2014):

I don't like horror movies, and they don't inspire me to
romance in any way!

Re: Once Upon A Kiss (8:55pm June 25, 2014):

The only thing I can remember right off hand is that I had a cherry tomato spritz me and someone else when I tried to cut it.

Re: Mischief By Moonlight (8:53pm June 25, 2014):

Both should be honest, honorable, kind and have a sense of humor.

Re: Once Upon a Highland Autumn (10:17pm June 18, 2014):

I tear up over lots of things, both happy and sad.

Re: Hunter By Night (8:57pm June 13, 2014):

I like my characters, especially the hero, to have a lot of baggage, too.

Re: Heart of Highland Warrior (9:25pm June 11, 2014):

I'd love to read Tavis's story.

Re: Demon Creed (12:30pm June 8, 2014):

I want the satisfaction of an enjoyable story with a HEA.

Re: Jaguar Hunt (12:27pm June 8, 2014):

Those ideas sound great and pretty inclusive to me!

Re: Wedded In Scandal (10:26pm June 5, 2014):

I love all your dresses/corset. I think #4 will be perfect
for the mother of the bride, and the shoes you chose are
adorable! I've never heard of the pink/blue tradition,
either, and don't think I've ever seen it done.

Re: The Changeling Soldier (10:06pm June 5, 2014):

I love mid-series novellas when they give me a character's story that I wouldn't normally get or allow me to see more into the lives of one or more of the regular series characters.

Re: Wicked Temptation (9:03pm June 4, 2014):

My current dream is to go to New Zealand.

Re: To Charm a Naughty Countess (10:32pm May 22, 2014):

You give meaning to my life.

Re: Meet the Earl at Midnight (10:22pm May 22, 2014):

I've never made a major sacrifice.

Re: Her Perfect Mate (10:49pm May 15, 2014):

This sounds like a really interesting series of books. I
look forward to reading it.

Re: Wakeworld (10:45pm May 15, 2014):

I hope it would be the wise, magical and dangerous kind!

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (8:58pm May 14, 2014):

I learned most of what I know about Regency England from
Regency romances (much of it from Georgette Heyer, since she
was my first). One of the interesting things I learned was
which titles were which and how the holders of those titles
(and their wives and children) were addressed.

Re: The Warrior (7:41pm May 6, 2014):

This sounds like a great series; I've been wanting to read it.

Re: Stop Dragon My Heart Around (11:22pm May 1, 2014):

That's a pretty funny story; I feel your pain, though, having
to deal with baby chicks in the house!

Re: Don't Blackmail the Vampire (11:06pm May 1, 2014):

Oh, yeah! That's what makes an interesting story. This one
sounds fun, too.

Re: East of Ecstasy (10:37pm April 24, 2014):

I most enjoy revisiting characters from previous series, and
it's nice to be able to not have to focus so much on figuring
out the rules of the world in the successive books.

Re: One Bite Per Night (10:08pm April 10, 2014):

I enjoyed Bite Me, Your Grace and have been looking forward
to One Bite Per Night.

Re: Desiring Lady Caro (9:36pm April 9, 2014):

Your muse sounds like a very formidable lady! I'm glad she helped Caro open up to you.

Re: Bite Me (9:07pm March 27, 2014):

Ilona Andrews' Kate Daniels and Edge series and Nalini
Singh's Guild Hunters series are definitely some I've
wondered about.

Re: Sex and the Single Vamp (8:58pm March 27, 2014):

This sounds like an interesting and fun story.

Re: Turned (9:09pm March 26, 2014):

I enjoyed the excerpt; sounds great!

Re: Silence Of The Wolf (10:11pm March 20, 2014):

One of the MacNeills, for sure! I'd probably choose Guthrie
for the cuddling under the Christmas tree.

Re: Kissing with Fangs (10:11pm March 20, 2014):

Sounds really great; I look forward to reading it!

Re: Turned (9:38pm March 19, 2014):

Sounds like a great story!

Re: Her Summer with the Marine (9:08pm March 18, 2014):

I love series books and revisiting loveable, quirky characters.

Re: The Duke's Quandary (3:17pm March 15, 2014):

My husband is my hero for all the things he does to help people.

Re: Desperately Seeking Suzanna (9:30pm March 13, 2014):

I don't think I can pick one absolute favorite dessert. I'll narrow it down to my mother's banana pudding (that I haven't had in too many years to count!) and 7-Up Salad (a family holiday favorite). Interestingly, though, chocolate is my favorite flavor, and I'll almost always pick a chocolate flavored cake or ice cream over any other flavor.

Re: The Bride Insists (9:22pm March 13, 2014):

Damerel, from Georgette Heyer's Venetia, has always been a favorite black sheep character. I have not seen the film Black Sheep.

Re: The Rancher's Second Chance (10:45pm March 12, 2014):

I love all the things in your list, except I can do without stubborn!

Re: Sapphires Are an Earl's Best Friend (10:37pm March 6, 2014):

I often fall in love with secondary characters and beg (in my
head!) the author to write that character's story and HEA.

Re: Anointed (10:35pm March 6, 2014):

I'd be able to fly; it's just something I've always wanted to
be able to do.

Re: The Rebel Pirate (11:37pm March 4, 2014):

Georgette Heyer has been one of my favorite authors since I first read her books many years ago.

Re: Must Love Dukes (10:42pm February 27, 2014):

I was sick all over the girl sitting in front of me in the fifth grade. I never did live that down while I was still at that school.

Re: The Trouble With Honor (8:56pm February 25, 2014):

I love this excerpt; it sounds like such a fun read!

Re: Oath of the Brotherhood (10:31pm February 21, 2014):

This sounds like a great premise!

Re: Lord of the Sea (9:38pm February 19, 2014):

The perfect hero is kind (even if he hides it), honorable, confident, protective, smart, and has a sense of humor. Flaws are welcome!

Re: Lord of Swords (8:56pm February 17, 2014):

Congratulations to your son and daughter-in-law. My they have many happy years together.

Re: Once Upon a Masquerade (3:07pm February 15, 2014):

I favor the Warrior and the Guy Next Door. I'm not much on a
Sweet Talker or Artist/Musician.

Re: What The Groom Wants (8:30pm February 13, 2014):

I'm guessing D.

Re: Much Ado About Jack (8:22pm February 13, 2014):

I think her would have been amazed by the manners and (outward) propriety of the nobility, so different from the way their outward behavior in Elizabethan times.

Re: Miss Molly Robbins Designs A Seduction (11:25pm February 6, 2014):

I really like the premise of this; it sounds like a great read!

Re: What The Groom Wants (11:16pm February 6, 2014):

Great, fun post! Side-by-side does seem to be a variation, since neither party would be dominant.

Re: The MacGregor's Lady (11:11pm February 6, 2014):

Other than the men, what's your favorite thing about Scotland?

Re: Love in the Library (10:22pm January 29, 2014):

I like all kinds of heroes in my romances. In real life, I tend to prefer betas.

Re: Repossessed (8:22pm January 20, 2014):

Sounds like an interesting read; I like the idea of supernatural matchmakers.

Re: One Rogue Too Many (9:39pm January 16, 2014):

Oh, yes! We were both in 7th grade, and he didn't know I existed.

Re: Between A Rake And A Hard Place (9:33pm January 16, 2014):

I like both, but I like the country house parties best, because there are so many opportunities for interesting things to happen!

Re: The Magic Between Us (9:57pm January 9, 2014):

I'm so happy for you that you found the key to getting your son to read. My son (now grown) never did get to where he enjoyed reading (although he did like to be read to when he was young). You should try him on Harry Potter, too, if he hasn't read them, yet. I know my grandson was reading them by the time he was in 4th grade.

Re: Lord Of The Hunt (9:32pm January 9, 2014):

For me, it's all about the happy ending. I get really upset when I watch/read a romance and then have it end tragically.

Re: Compromising Willa (8:42pm January 8, 2014):

This sounds like an enjoyable read.

Re: The Groom's Gamble (8:49pm January 5, 2014):

I like The Groom's Gamble best, with Romancing the Thief in second place.

Re: The Temptation of Lady Serena (8:08pm January 3, 2014):

This sounds like a really fun read. It looks like Robert will have to work hard for his HEA.

Re: The Bad Boy Billionaire's Wicked Arrangement (10:55pm December 31, 2013):

The library or a book store - at least I'd know we had something important in common!

Re: The Scandal in Kissing an Heir (2:59pm December 31, 2013):

I loved this excerpt and can't wait to read the book!

Re: If Wishes Were Earls (8:46pm December 30, 2013):

This sounds really great, and I love the cover.

Re: How Beauty Met the Beast (8:06pm December 21, 2013):

I love variations on Beauty and the Beast.

Re: Meet the Earl at Midnight (12:21pm December 20, 2013):

One tradition we have is to hand the gifts out one at a time, allowing each to be enjoyed by everyone before the next one is opened.

Re: A Breath Of Frost (12:19pm December 20, 2013):

This sounds like a great premise; I always like blending historical and fantasy.

Re: Gentlemen Prefer Mischief (11:52pm December 14, 2013):

This sounds like a fun read!

Re: Wicked Little Secrets (11:46pm December 14, 2013):

The book sounds great, and I love the cover, too!

Re: The Mountain's Shadow (6:17pm December 7, 2013):

Sounds like a very intriguing premise; I look forward to reading it.

Re: Everlasting Enchantment (9:56pm December 6, 2013):

I'd want to be a black panther.

Re: Legend Of The Highland Dragon (9:46pm December 6, 2013):

This sounds like a great idea for a story. I love the combination of a Highland dragon and a secretary.

Re: Rugged Hearts (11:05pm December 4, 2013):

I'm grateful for my family and friends. I can't think of a recent act of kindness to me, though I did let someone in front of me in line yesterday.

Re: Three Timeless Loves (11:04pm November 30, 2013):

I'd go to a house party in Regency England.

Re: Black Widow Demon (11:01pm November 30, 2013):

My current favorite shows are Big Bang Theory and Castle.

Re: Bulletproof (10:15pm November 13, 2013):

I love their honor, strength (body and mind), and dedication.

Re: Have You Any Rogues? (10:13pm November 13, 2013):

Great excerpt! I look forward to reading their story.

Re: The Secret Life of Miss Anna Marsh (10:50pm November 11, 2013):

This sounds like a great, fun read. I look forward to reading it.

Re: How To Handle A Highlander (9:47pm November 8, 2013):

I think it's great that you sew you own costumes, and I'm impressed that you can make a corset! The book sounds great, and I look forward to reading it.

Re: A Midsummer Bride (6:00pm November 1, 2013):

I like my heroines to be both smart and spunky.

Re: Once a Rake (11:05pm October 30, 2013):

I love the manners, the clothes, and the grand houses of the Regency period. I also like Regency heroes for their manners and clothes, as well as their "dash and dare."

Re: Hunter's Moon (11:19pm October 29, 2013):

Vampires are my favorite paranormal romance heroes.

Re: The Wicked Wallflower (10:23pm October 24, 2013):

Oh, yeah! I had a huge crush on a guy when I was in 7th
grade. He definitely didn't know I existed.

Re: A Lady's Secret Weapon (7:32pm October 18, 2013):

I prefer a dash of danger with my romance, though I do like an occasional light romp, too.

Re: Lord of Swords (10:33pm October 12, 2013):

I find myself inspired by mountainous landscapes.

Re: Secrets Of A Scandalous Marriage (9:40pm October 8, 2013):

Thanks to the glimpse into how this series was created. I'm looking forward to reading Medford's story.

Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (8:56pm October 6, 2013):

There's always Ghostbuster's, which is one of my favorites!

Re: The Seduction of Lady Phoebe (10:09pm September 30, 2013):

These do sound like great secondary characters. I look forward to reading more about them.

Re: How To Date A Dragon (5:14pm September 27, 2013):

I read books to escape, too. This sounds like an enjoyable one.

Re: The Outlaw Knight (5:09pm September 27, 2013):

This book sounds really good, and I look forward to reading it.

Re: One Lucky Vampire (8:49pm September 24, 2013):

Congratulations on the Argeneau's 10th anniversary. I really enjoy this series and look forward to many more.

Re: To Wed A Wicked Highlander (5:25pm September 20, 2013):

I dread speaking in front of group.

Re: How To Entice An Enchantress (8:44pm September 18, 2013):

I'd go with the two-story library any day!

Re: The Surprising Enchantress (9:38pm September 17, 2013):

I'd love to have the opportunity to see several nights of musicals on Broadway; I'm glad you got to have the experience. Your story sounds like a lot of fun.

Re: True Spies (10:05pm September 13, 2013):

I generally am drawn more to stories where two people meet and fall in love. However, stories of rediscovered love tend to have somewhat older characters, and that's a nice change of pace.

Re: It Takes Two To Tangle (10:01pm September 13, 2013):

I'm like you and never had a real nickname that I was known by. My parents, too, called me by the usual (and not so usual) endearments, and my brother had his own made-up nicknames for me that changed over the years. I never minded the ones my parents called me, but I found the ones my brother called me somewhat annoying (of course!). I should mention, though, that he had his own nicknames for everone, including our parents, so I didn't take it too personally.

Re: Damek's Redemption (10:06pm September 9, 2013):

Vampires are my favorite supernatural hero.

Re: The Highlander's Desire (9:23pm August 31, 2013):

There are so many that I really like, especially based on my favorite Beauty and the Beast. I think I'll go with the classic A Rose in Winter by Woodiwiss for my favorite.

Re: Last Chance Reunion (9:10pm August 21, 2013):

My favorite romances are paranormal and historical. They often have a suspenseful plot.

Re: A Most Devilish Rogue (8:48pm August 21, 2013):

This sounds like a lot of fun. One way a Regency hero can get himself into trouble is to participate in dangerous sports, such as curricle racing.

Re: Once Upon A Tartan (10:24pm August 15, 2013):

When I was a in my mid-teens and fairly new to reading romance, I aspired to be a writer of same. I spent a lot of time - especially in study hall - writing on one story or another. Somehow, after that, I quit writing and have never gone back to it. For my strenghts, I have a reasonable facility with the English language (at least when I'm not under pressure), I have a logical mind, and I love to do research.

Re: A Cursed Embrace (10:36pm August 12, 2013):

I appreciate the reminder that we should all persevere in the face of rejection.

Re: Taken by the Vampire King (10:32pm August 12, 2013):

I think it's the sensuality of the vampire that appeals to me.

Re: Love On A Midsummer Night (9:55pm August 8, 2013):

I love the idea of Shakespeare in the Regence era.

Re: The Passion Of The Purple Plumeria (10:14pm August 6, 2013):

I love that The Scarlet Pimpernel was your inspiration. I have to read these books!

Re: What the Bride Wore (9:16pm August 5, 2013):

Congratulations on the new release. Your trip sounds like a great deal of fun.

Re: Tall, Dark, And Vampire (9:56pm August 1, 2013):

The no aging, no dieting part would do it for me.

Re: Jaguar Fever (9:54pm August 1, 2013):

Sounds pretty hot!

Re: The Outcast Prince (9:01pm July 25, 2013):

I love all those aspects of paranormal romance, as well.

Re: A Spy to Die For (8:58pm July 25, 2013):

Interesting premise; sounds like a great book.

Re: Reckless (7:58pm July 24, 2013):

My favorite action movies tend to be superhero movies. A recent favorite is The Avengers.

Re: Rugged Hearts (7:55pm July 24, 2013):

I can't think of any unexpected influences. My expected influences were my parents. My father, especially, instilled in me a love of reading and learning.

Re: Moonlight (7:52pm July 24, 2013):

I'm more team vampire.

Re: Kissing My Old Life Au Revoir (10:32pm July 23, 2013):

Congrats on buying your writer's cottage. I'd love to have a place like that in Ireland or Scotland.

Re: Magic Rises (7:48pm July 18, 2013):

I really enjoy Kate and her interactions with everyone, especially Curran (of course). I'm anxiously awaiting Magic Rises.

Re: Merger to Marriage (11:48pm July 14, 2013):

I tend to like the tried and true. Favorite Lucy moment is definitely the grape stomping (and fighting).

Re: Guardian (8:34pm July 9, 2013):

I do enjoy second chance love stories. I couldn't think of one right off hand that I really liked, but I suddenly realized I was listening to my husband watching McClintock in the next room; that's a great second chance story!

Re: Love's Peril (11:14pm July 8, 2013):

The books sound great, and I look forward to reading them!

Re: Winning a Bride (6:34pm July 6, 2013):

I prefer full-length books, though a "long" novella can work just as well! I look forward to reading What the Bride Wore.

Re: It Happened One Midnight (7:41pm July 3, 2013):

Great excerpt! Oh, yeah, it'll happen again.

Re: Wish You Were Here (8:54pm June 27, 2013):

I always read, and my parents encouraged reading and made a point of taking me to the library.

Re: Luck of the Dragon (8:40pm June 26, 2013):

Sounds fun; I always enjoy witty banner.

Re: Just Beyond the Garden Gate (7:46pm June 24, 2013):

There's the meet in The Duchess of Love, where he comes upon her swimming in her shift.

Re: The Guardian's Witch (4:50pm June 22, 2013):

Interesting post; I look forward to reading the book.

Re: One Night With A Rake (9:21pm June 20, 2013):

A good pet always improves the quality of life. Currently, I only have my daughter's cat that she left with us when she moved out. She (the cat) vacillates in her moods, but she does have her moments when she brings humor or companionship.

Re: The Lady Mercy Danforthe Flirts With Scandal (9:15pm June 20, 2013):

Sounds like a delightful story!

Re: Lord of the Hunt (11:30pm June 7, 2013):

I enjoy seeing secondary characters in their own stories and getting to revisit with characters from the previous book/books.

Re: Sweet Revenge (8:42pm June 3, 2013):

The book sounds really great; I look forward to reading it.

Re: South Of Surrender (3:05pm June 1, 2013):

I think it's great when the handicap is realistically portrayed and can be incorporated into a believable romance.

Re: The Secret Life of Lady Julia (11:29pm May 26, 2013):

I always dreamed of being a space explorer!

Re: Seducing Charlotte (9:57pm May 18, 2013):

It doesn't bother me as long as it informs the story.

Re: Undone (8:53pm May 16, 2013):

I like all your points, and I'd add honorable and intelligent.

Re: A Highland Werewolf Wedding (11:31pm May 9, 2013):

I love a Highlander, especially when he's a were or a vampire. Your books sound great, and I'm looking forward to reading them.

Re: Heart Of Iron (12:07pm May 7, 2013):

Your definition of a hero sounds pretty good. I'd drop the "boss," and add intelligent, honorable, and totally committed to the heroine.

Re: A Wedding In Springtime (10:00pm May 6, 2013):

It would depend on the setting I was in, and I certainly love both. Mostly, though, I'd have to go with the rugged Highlander.

Re: Lord of the Mist (7:20pm May 4, 2013):

I used to really want to time travel to the future. Nowadays, however, I prefer the past, and I'm perfectly content to keep to time travel in my imagination.

Re: Night Demon (8:28pm April 14, 2013):

My heroes definitely have to have brains.

Re: Sweet Madness (10:11pm April 5, 2013):

It's really a toss up between teal and purple. The blue part of teal (or purple!) probably fits me best.

Re: Darius (9:16pm April 4, 2013):

It depends on the type of problem. I may sleep on it, ask advice, do research and make appropriate lists, and/or pray, as appropriate.

Re: Sinner's Heart (9:15pm April 3, 2013):

If I happen to pick up a book that's in the middle of a series, and I like it, I'll go back and start at the beginning of the series and read through. I can wait to read new books in a series - though it's sometimes difficult to do so - so I don't have to wait until the entire series is written before I read it.

Re: Secrets of a Runaway Bride (9:34pm April 2, 2013):

I like Michele Bardsley's vampire titles, such as Wait Till Your Vampire Gets Home, because they're a cute play on the things we say to our kids.

Re: Sins of a Ruthless Rogue (12:13pm March 27, 2013):

Wow, that was some adventure! The book looks great.

Re: Lord of the Keep (8:57pm March 23, 2013):

The cover definitely can pull my attention to a book in a bookstore, and it tells me, generally, what type of book I'm picking up. After that, the blurb and reading a few pages tell me whether or not I want to buy the book. And, yeah, I love the half-naked guy on the cover!

Re: If You Give A Rake A Ruby (4:11pm March 21, 2013):

I'd agree with all of yours and add courage and intelligence.

Re: Shadows And Strongholds (4:06pm March 21, 2013):

My husband and I visited Glencoe in 1983, and it still resonates with me to this day.

Re: Her Knight's Quest (12:04pm March 16, 2013):

Sometimes a secondary character is so compelling that you want to know more about the person and have him/her get a HEA.

Re: The Geek Girl And The Scandous Earl (9:18pm March 14, 2013):

Congratulations on the book deal! This book sounds fun.

Re: Lord Of Darkness (10:22pm March 4, 2013):

I find the whole world of your Maiden Lane series to be fascinating, which I never would have thought I would! You draw me in with these wonderful characters, with all their strengths and flaws.

Re: An Encounter at the Museum (10:32am March 1, 2013):

Fishing in a pond with my boyfriend (then 19) and his younger brothers (15, 5 & 3!). I spent all my time chasing the 3-year-old. We had a lot more fishing dates (because he loved to fish, and I loved being with him), but we never took the brothers with us, again. BTW, I married him, and we're still together 41 years later!

Re: A Howl For A Highlander (11:47pm February 14, 2013):

I'd suit up and head for the beach.

Re: The Autumn Bride (12:23pm February 1, 2013):

I pretty much want to read and enjoy.

Re: Deck the Halls With Love (8:11pm January 30, 2013):

Many of the secondary characters that I've wanted to have stories have, in the meantime, gotten their HEA's, such as Kenyon's Acheron, Cole's Lothaire, and Duvall's Bastien. One favorite that I'm particularly looking forward to is Cole's Nix (Immortals after Dark).

Re: Undercover Wolf (12:41pm January 23, 2013):

Undercover Wolf sounds great to me!

Re: Waking Up With A Rake (9:24pm January 10, 2013):

Ilove the excerpt! It sounds like a great new series.

Re: Prince Of Power (9:39pm January 3, 2013):

The title and cover of a book both catch my eye, but I use them more to tell me what type of book it is before I pick it up to read the cover blurb.

Re: For The Love Of A Goblin Warrior (9:28pm January 3, 2013):

This sounds good. Great covers, too!

Re: A Taste Of Ice (8:33pm January 1, 2013):

I like large Southern cities.

Re: The Ravenous Dead (12:28pm December 31, 2012):

I'm thankful for my family and friends.

Re: A Little Bit Wicked (11:16pm December 29, 2012):

I haven't made New Year resolutions since I was around 13 and finally decided that I wasn't ever going to follow through with them. I make goals as I need to and, if I'm determined, do a pretty good job at meeting them.

Re: Renegade (9:13pm December 24, 2012):

I always read Twas the Night Before Christmas to my children.

Re: Deliver Me From Temptation (2:39am December 21, 2012):

Wow; I need to read the rest! I really enjoyed Deliver Me from Darkness, and this looks like it will be great, too.

Re: Waltz With A Stranger (2:35am December 21, 2012):

Some of my favorites are Grace Burrowes' Windham family and Lynsay Sands' Argeneaus. I like them because of the character interactions and, no matter what, the characters always have each others backs.

Re: Betrayed by Shadows (9:24pm December 17, 2012):

I like your description of the book! I want my hero and heroine to grow as characters, regardless of how they start out. Sometimes one or the other just has a lot more growing to do!

Re: Jane's Gift (7:48pm December 9, 2012):

The Recruit by Monica McCarty is on my wish list!

Re: The Bridegroom Wore Plaid (11:09pm December 7, 2012):

Interesting tidbits. Enjoy your books and look forwardto reading The Bridegroom Wore Plaid.

Re: Untamed (9:20pm November 23, 2012):

We don't have any family traditions for the day after Thanksgiving.

Re: Wolfishly Yours (2:12am November 23, 2012):

I love these books and am looking forward to reading Wolfishly Yours.

Re: Unmasked (6:41pm November 20, 2012):

Fat around my midsection - ugh!

Re: Rogue Rider (7:17pm November 19, 2012):

I love to see characters (especially the hero) redeemed. And, of course, the impetus for that redemption is his love for the heroine.

Re: How To Tame A Willful Wife (3:18pm November 17, 2012):

Love is where it all should start, but it takes so much more to make a relationship work.

Re: Enslaved (12:08pm November 10, 2012):

Tortured heroes are my favorites, but I really prefer they not be too damaged. I loved (the book) Acheron, but the first part of the book was extremely painful to read!

Re: The Warrior (5:07pm November 3, 2012):

Different types of music inspire me in different ways. I find bagpipe music and romantic ballads particularly inspirational. Certainly, I'm inspired by Gerard Butler! I do enjoy old castles and find the legends interesting.

Re: Kissed By A Vampire (10:18pm October 28, 2012):

I enjoy just about any type of paranormal romance, including suspense.

Re: Lady Louisa's Christmas Knight (8:27pm October 26, 2012):

Grace, Love your books! Haven't read Lady Louisa's Christmas Knight, yet, though. I enjoy the extra family time at Christmas and, during the years when there are young children around, I always enjoy watching their enjoyment of the holidays. I have to admit I enjoy the trappings, too, especially the tree, the decorations, and the food!

Re: Night Thief (10:39pm October 25, 2012):

I enjoy my paranormal romances, whether set in modern times, another historical era or interwoven with real historical events.

Re: Miss Lavigne's Little White Lie (9:43pm October 18, 2012):

I always try to keep an open mind.

Re: Return Of The Border Warrior (10:55pm October 17, 2012):

My secret treasures are when I read a new (for me) author whose work I like, and none of my friends have ever heard of them - happens with some frequency!

Re: The Shadowy Horses (12:37pm October 13, 2012):

A little dialect is an asset to the story, but it can easily be overdone. The reader can infer a lot from the author's use of colloquialisms.

Re: In The Barrister's Bed (11:05pm October 9, 2012):

Certainly, lawyers can be as sexy as the next man/woman; they just have more reason to hide it professionally than most. Your books look like great reads.

Re: Savage Hunger (12:40pm October 7, 2012):

I love the thought, anyway, of finding a hunky jaguar shifter (or other type of shifter or vampire, etc.) I've never had any bouts of sleepwalking. Just want to say that your experiences are impressive!

Re: Secrets Of A Wedding Night (12:04pm September 29, 2012):

Smart is sexy, especially when the guy has a sense of humor, too. Most of the references I can remember to Faro were in Georgette Heyer's Regencies. About all I picked up is that it is definitely a gambling game.

Re: Seduction's Shift (3:23pm September 23, 2012):

When I was a girl (around 10 or 11), I really wanted to have a black panther as a pet, because I thought they were so beautiful!

Re: Charming Blue (10:31pm September 21, 2012):

Certainly, everyone has different tastes. What a boring world it woud be, otherwise!

Re: Where There's A Will (10:20pm September 21, 2012):

Beauty and the Beast is a favorite storyline of mine.

Re: The Curse (3:26pm September 16, 2012):

I still prefer to read a paper book, but I do have the Kindle app on my Ipod and my computer. In e-format, I mostly read free downloads and borrowed e-books through the library. I have a large number (many shelves worth!) of keepers and an even larger number of TBR's currently. I also have a fair number of autographed books, and they are a particularly important part of my collection. I like the idea of the Keeper Kase and will feel much more comfortable with purchasing ebooks, knowing I will still have something I can get autographed in person by the author.

Re: A Lady And Her Magic (12:23pm September 15, 2012):

I have a vague memory of a Raggedy Ann doll that I had when I was three. Knowing how I was from the time I was a toddler, I'd say that my first love was probably the first cat I got my hands on!

Tammie, I want you to know that that I've read all your (Lydia's) lycan books so far and am in the process of getting hold of the vampire books. So far, I've loved them all! I look forward to your new book (and Lydia's, too!).

Re: Kiss Of Steel (12:09pm September 15, 2012):

I like my vampires as seductive heroes.

Re: Temptation In A Kilt (4:49pm September 8, 2012):

There's something about the bad boy that only the right woman can redeem. Of course, when he's Scottish (and in a kilt), that only makes it better!

Re: When You Give A Duke A Diamond (4:38pm September 8, 2012):

I don't like timid, meek heroines unless they grow to be more than that over the course ofthe book.

Re: A Place Beyond Courage (12:34pm September 8, 2012):

John fitzGilbert is one of my ancestors, and I was always appalled by his apparent lack of concern for the safety of his son. It will be nice to see a different point of view.

Re: Magic Gone Wild (8:36pm August 31, 2012):

Enjoyed the I Dream of Genies; this sounds good, too!

Re: Immortally Yours (10:50pm August 27, 2012):

I like Sit, Sit, SIT! Tips for Training Your HellHound!

Re: Primal Possession (11:07pm August 15, 2012):

I like all kinds of heroines, except for those who are exceptionally TSTL!

Re: Sweet Deception (11:32pm August 13, 2012):

I'm stubborn about not being forced to do things I don't want (or feel it's right) to do.

Re: The Last Victim (9:12pm August 5, 2012):

Excellent advice; keep up the good work!

Re: Married By Midnight (7:07pm August 3, 2012):

I always go ahead and start reading, trusting that a series will be completed, though I sometimes go crazy waiting for the next book to come out!

Re: The Secret Mistress (10:50pm July 31, 2012):

My personal preference is for a beta male. Hey, I loved Daniel in Stargate!

Re: Wicked At Heart (9:57pm July 28, 2012):

Beauty and the Beast is my favorite fairy tale, and I love reading variations on the theme. This sounds like a really good one!

Re: Take it Like a Vamp (9:18pm July 25, 2012):

I love Jericho Barrons, Bones, Kenyon's Dark Hunters, Spike & Han Solo, as mentioned above, and Damian does it for me a whole lot more than Stefan. Other favorites bad boys are Frost's other vamp heroes, Cian from Roberts Circle Trilogy, Sparks's vamps & weres, Showalter's Lords of the Underworld and Cole's Immortals after Dark heroes.

Re: Scotsmen Prefer Blondes (5:59pm July 21, 2012):

I was always big into fantasy when I was growing up; then I discovered Georgette Heyer when I was in the 9th or 10 grade (we're talking a long time ago!), and I fell in love with the Regency time period for romances. It was the only type of romance I read for a lot of years, but now I read Paranormals and Scottish Romances (any period), too.

Re: Gwen's Ghost (5:06pm July 12, 2012):

It's great that you two were able to work together so well. The books sound really great and combine two of my favorite genre's.

Re: Lord Of Fire And Ice (7:49pm July 5, 2012):

I like the idea of mixing the paranormal with a viking story; sounds really good.

Re: It Begins with a Kiss (2:53pm July 3, 2012):

These books sound really fun and, hey, I was into astronomy when I was younger!

Re: My Lady Mage (11:26pm July 2, 2012):

I like the idea of the horses choosing the riders and that you developed the warriors based on the characteristics/personalities of the horses who chose them.

Re: The Princess and the Outlaw (8:19pm July 1, 2012):

I read, watch my favorite TV shows, or spend time with my grandchildren.

Re: Wicked Nights (9:36pm June 29, 2012):

Some of them are: Chapman's Robbie & Kenzie, Moning's Barron, Kenyon's Zarek, Armstrong's Clayton, Andrews' Kate & Curran, Briggs' Charles, & Roberts' Cian. Just started The Darkest Seduction and am already enjoying Zacharel in it; noticed he seemed to be setting up for his own story!

Re: Lady Amelia's Mess And A Half (11:11pm June 28, 2012):

I agree about Cat & Bones from Frost's Night Huntress books, Jane Eyre & Rochester, and Elizabeth & Darcy. Oh, and let's not forget Claire & Jamie from Gabaldon's Outlander books. I definitely want a HEA after all the travails the characters have gone through in this type of story!

Re: Invitation To Scandal (7:44pm June 26, 2012):

I'd like to be a younger me with all the knowledge and experience I have now!

Re: Sins Of The Angels (4:27pm June 24, 2012):

Power! Well,that explains it!

Re: The Most Improper Miss Sophie Valentine (11:55pm June 22, 2012):

I've had a particular fondness for Regencies ever since I was about 15 years old (and that's been awhile, now!). The drawing room romance is fine if it's done well, but I also like a variety of characters and situations.

Re: The Casanova Code (11:17pm June 18, 2012):

Wanted: Mature, intelligent, kind-hearted man with a great sense of humor.

Re: Undead And Unstable (8:51pm June 15, 2012):

I always love Betsy; now I see where she comes from! Looks like a great next book.

Re: Cursed (10:05pm June 13, 2012):

Sounds interesting!

Re: Chase Me (9:34pm June 7, 2012):

Some of my favorites are Cian in Robert's Valley of Silence; Jamie Fraser in Gabaldon's Outlander novels; Robbie McBain in Chapman's Tempting the Highlander; Kenzie Gregor in Chapman's Moonlight Warrior; Curran in Andrew's Kate Daniels books; Vane in Kenyon's Night Play, Adam Black in Immortal Highlander; Rain in Wilson's Tairen Soul books; also Bones, Acheron, and Jericho Barrons mentioned above.

Re: The Taming Of A Scottish Princess (12:14pm May 23, 2012):

So far as my reading, I like lots of types of heroes. On a personal level, though, I'd have to say that sexy nerd rates at the top!

Re: Deadly Secrets, Loving Lies (9:56am May 18, 2012):

Oh, I'm crazy about Thor and have been since I first read his comic book story back in the '60's. A lot of the Avengers characters were/are amazingly sympathetic ones. BTW, I think Robyn means Leonidas - Gerard Butler from 300 Spartans. Need I say more!

Re: Kiss Of The Goblin Prince (10:28pm May 11, 2012):

It sounds like Dai's journey to peace will be really interesting.

Re: Darkest Caress (11:40pm May 4, 2012):

I've had a number of deja vu moments; the earliest one I remember is when I was around 10 years old. Your book sounds really interesting.

Re: Lady Maggie's Secret Scandal (11:35pm May 4, 2012):

Can't say that I have had to make any drastic choices. this looks like a great book.

Re: The Proposal (11:33pm May 4, 2012):

I've enjoyed your other series; this sounds like a good one, too. Looking forward to it.

Re: A Lady's Revenge (9:56pm April 26, 2012):

It depends on the situation and how she goes about exacting revenge.

Re: Enraptured (4:54pm April 26, 2012):

I like Moriarty as a villain, because he's such a genius and, therefore, the perfect counterpoint to Sherlock Holmes.

Re: The Wolf Who Loved Me (11:29pm April 12, 2012):

The only person I share important secrets with is my husband (and best friend!) - saves on the worry!

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