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


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


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Caffeine and Commitments: Stirring Up Love in San Francisco


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"Her biggest fan �has a fatal obsession."


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Bloodlines and Boardrooms: A Paranormal Romance of Power and Passion


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


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11 comments posted.

Re: The Sweetest Burn (1:46pm July 31, 2017):

I think having the ability to time travel back 5 minutes would be good.

Re: What The Groom Wants (12:45pm March 5, 2014):

Great blog post! Wish I could be this creative, but since I'm not it means I get to read books other people create!

Re: The Rebel Pirate (12:28pm March 5, 2014):

My Favorite author was Anne McCaffrey, but have lots of others that I adore reading Lori, Foster, Susan Mallery, Sabrina Jeffries, Lucy Monroe, Tawny Weber and the list goes on and on.

Re: The Blood Gospel (3:34pm August 31, 2013):

What an interesting premise. Even if I don't win, I'll put it on my TBR list. Thanks for the contest!

Re: Long Simmering Spring (5:53pm May 29, 2013):

What (fixable) mistakes have you made? How long did it take
to make amends? Not lstening to my heart and settling for a masters degree in a field that is slowly erroding into oblivion with the advent of the internet. Still trying looking into going back to college now in my late 50's

Re: Jane's Gift (8:35am December 8, 2012):

I don't usually have fiction on my Christmas list, usually it's books about the history of cooking or herbals. I will put this on this year's list and hope that I get it.

Re: Too Close For Comfort (3:51pm December 5, 2012):

I learned to handle a gun in college when I was in ROTC and I was a pretty good shot, enough that I impressed the Sgt Major anyway. I haven't shot much since then but we do have guns in the house and I know I can hit the broad side of a barn, even though I might not be able to see it as well anymore. ;-)
SOmething out of the ordinary? Hmm, not that I can think of, maybe I should remedy that situation!

Re: Darn Good Cowboy Christmas (11:01pm November 4, 2011):

Dear Santa, I'd like to have both of my foster daughters realize their potentials and figure out that they are wonderful, intelligent and loving people and that they shouldn't allow anyone to belittle them.

Re: Night Veil (11:47am June 27, 2011):

I never really cared that much for Superman although I grew up watching him in black and white. He was too perfect and no one could ever aspire to be anything like him because of his origins. Batman I could get see as a more realistic hero with his own faults, but I always wanted to be like him and be Batgirl to help out where I could. Batman wins.

Re: Cowboys Never Cry (3:07pm December 29, 2010):

As a reader, I often find that some actions or words may remind me of someone I know, but most of the time it'sas if a whole person is presented like Athena out of the forehead of Zeus. I love that writers can do that.

Re: Gemini Night (3:00pm November 27, 2010):

Looking forward to reading your newest book, even if I don't win. Happy Holidays to one and all!

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