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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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38 comments posted.

Re: Beneath the Surface (8:10am March 7, 2018):

Pineapple cake! Add a can of crushed pineapple and a egg to
a yellow box cake mix and voila!

Re: Kingdom Come (1:30pm January 20, 2016):

Living in Pennsylvania myself and visiting Lancaster County
a few times a year, my family has come to understand the
Amish and Mennonite communities and I love reading stories
about them. Thanks for the opportunity.

Re: Poison Town (9:26am January 24, 2014):

This is the first I've heard of The Crittendon Files. I'm so fascinated by this subject matter, I'm headed directly on line after this post to find the 1st book of the series. Thanks for sharing!!

Re: Paws For Murder (8:19am January 2, 2014):

I can't wait to read this new series! Your books are a riot! Happy New Year, thanks for sharing your talents with all of us!

Re: Welcome Back To Apple Grove (1:13pm December 20, 2013):

Merry Christmas to you and yours. Thanks for sharing your talent of writing with all of us.

Re: Upon a Winter's Night (11:00am November 6, 2013):

I'm so excited that there is another book of yours just waiting for me to read! I love your stories. I have always been a huge fan of reading stories revolving around the amish, but nobody brings the mystery in to it like you do. Thanks for sharing!

Re: Christmas Quilt (11:51am October 21, 2013):

I read alot of different types of books, but ones that include the Amish lifestyle and culture is way up there at the top of my list. I also thoroughly enjoy medical related stories. At this time of year, I'm also collecting this year's christmas reads, since they mean so much more reading them at that time. I would love to be able to add this to my list. Thanks for sharing.

Re: Kissing My Old Life Au Revoir (8:25am July 23, 2013):

This books sounds like a wonderful story, what an adventure. Thanks for sharing!

Re: When The Morning Glory Blooms (9:58am May 22, 2013):

Having worked in Administration long term care (both nursing home and assisted living)for the past 33 years, the elder generation holds such a special place in my heart. Listening to their stories is one of my favorite loves. Have witnessed the dementia/reality mix myself in my experiences. Would love to read this story, and will have to find this book!! Thanks for sharing.

Re: Speak No Evil (10:27am April 17, 2013):

I absolutely cannot wait to read this book. I am a huge mystery fan, and the south is about my favorite place in the US. Would love to take this book along with me on our annual trip to South Carolina in May!!! Thanks for sharing!

Re: When She Was Gone (8:16am March 20, 2013):

This book definitely sounds like a "must read" for me. Just from the short description listed, I'm already drawn in. Thanks for sharing.

Re: Out Of Circulation (9:03am March 11, 2013):

I absolutely need to read this book. With books being my favorite prized possessions, and my love of cats, having 2 rescues myself, I can feel me being pulled right into this story. Thanks for sharing!

Re: After the Rain (8:46am January 21, 2013):

So glad you got your second chance. The book looks like a true winner! Thanks for sharing.

Re: Doomed (9:53am January 15, 2013):

Just read the intro to this book and I soooo wish it was sitting right here, right now so that I could just pick it up and read it. Thanks for sharing!

Re: Holiday Buzz (10:03am December 4, 2012):

Gathering my holiday reads and would love to add this to my pile. Thanks for sharing! Merry Christmas

Re: Christmas Confidential (8:47am November 28, 2012):

Family traditions are the biggest part of our holiday. Unfortunately, as people age and pass on, and younger ones are now growing up it seems liks its harder every year to instill the importance of these traditions. Gathering my holiday reads for the year and would love to add this book to my collection. Thanks for sharing with us!!

Re: A Wedding In Apple Grove (1:16pm November 16, 2012):

I come from a small town that sound just like this! Thanks for sharing your book!

Re: What The Cat Saw (8:46am November 10, 2012):

I cannot wait to read this book. I am a complete animal lover, with cats being my favorite. Mine are not pets, they are family members. Thanks for sharing your book with us.

Re: Christmas On Mimosa Lane (9:04am November 8, 2012):

This story sounds like a perfect inspirational read, which is such a treat especially during the holidays. Thanks for sharing.

Re: Resurrection Express (8:39am September 19, 2012):

This story sounds amazing! This is just my type of book. I actually felt my heart racing just reading the brief description. I will find this book!!!

Re: Deadly Little Lies (9:10am September 18, 2012):

Oh yeah, I've got the collection of books with pages so dog-eared they're hard to turn. Mostly mysteries and suspense. (Even a few old Nancy Drew's, just can't bear to part with them.)

Re: Hearse And Buggy (8:11am August 17, 2012):

Being from Pennsylvania and often visiting the lancaster area, I have always had an interest in the amish/mennonite simple life. Enjoy reading books related to that area and also a mystery fan. Can't wait to read this book!!!

Re: A Brew To A Kill (8:32am August 7, 2012):

Can't wait to read this latest release. Your stories are so entertaining. And the recipes are such an added "treat". Thanks for the hours of enjoyment.

Re: Dark Crossings (10:32am July 11, 2012):

I have just been introduced to your writing within the last year, and have become a huge fan. I've passed all books onto my reader friends and they feel the same way. This current book is one I haven't read yet but have been wanting to read this series.

Re: The Wild Wood Enquiry (8:47am June 14, 2012):

Looking forward to this 3rd book in the Ivy series!!!

Re: Karma (10:28am May 8, 2012):

You're books are light and airy, a treat after a busy day!!

Re: The Zen Man (8:51am April 18, 2012):

BIG Sherlock Holmes fan (and Alfred Hitchkock, now I'm dating myself!). Can't wait to read this book!!!!

Re: Woodrose Mountain (9:23am April 5, 2012):

I've never read this author, but reading what this book is about, it's exactly the type of story I like to read!

Re: Vicki's Key (9:39am March 28, 2012):

Sounds like a wonderful romantic suspense read.!!

Re: Sanctuary Cove (9:37am March 28, 2012):

This sounds like a perfect summer beach read. (And I'm headed to the Myrtle Beach in May) Sure hope I get to take this book with me!!

Re: Murder By Mocha (10:18am September 20, 2011):

I'm a big fan of "food-oriented" mysteries. I've just recently learned of this series and am very anxious to get hooked on it. Woo hoo!

Re: Bel Air (9:08am September 5, 2011):

Favorite ice cream......peanut butter!! Love the cover of this book.

Re: The Bone House (9:24am August 24, 2011):

Why is it I never heard of Brian Freeman?? I love his type of books, and reading the exerpts I am soooo excited to try them out. Headed to the bookstore this weekend. Woo Hoo!

Re: Lucky Girl (9:05am August 23, 2011):

My first date was the valentine's day dance at the local boys club. My mother had actually hand knitted my sweater and matching knee socks. (Ouch!)

Re: The Orphan Sister (8:41am August 17, 2011):

Growing up we had a summer home, not near the beach, but there was a lake with a beach. Our parents would drop us off at the supervised lake, come back later with our lunch, pick us up in time for supper. Some of my fondest childhood memories are on that beach. I am very anxious to read this book.

Re: Fall From Pride (3:48pm August 11, 2011):

I love reading the stories about the Amish and their culture. Have lived in Pennsylvania my whole life and visit the Lancaster and Pennsylvania Dutch areas at least twice yearly. Would love to win this book!!

Re: Making Waves (9:44am August 8, 2011):

You've chosen quite the variety of actors to portray your story. I can't wait to experience this!!

Re: The Snow Globe (10:49am November 3, 2010):

I'm a huge snow globe collector. I wish there was a way to take "moments" and put them in a a snow globe. Now that would be a true collection!!

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