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Re: Snowbound with Mr. Wrong (7:32pm November 20, 2016):
I always remember the whole family sitting around the Christmas Tree eating homemade chocolate chip cookies as we allopened our presents.
Re: Picture Perfect Wedding (7:29pm November 20, 2016):
Loved the sounds of this book.
Re: Restoring Christmas (6:50pm November 20, 2016):
Loved your column. It made me want to read your book and your life sounds so interesting.
Re: A Family Under the Christmas Tree (7:00pm October 31, 2016):
We always munched on chocolate chip cookies while we opened our Christmas presents. I can still taste them.
Re: Can't Help Falling (8:23pm October 17, 2016):
Your book sounds great, so I'm glad with all the pressure.
Re: Love's Sweet Revenge (7:59pm September 20, 2016):
I like your ideas.
Re: A Love Made New (7:56pm September 20, 2016):
At my desk.
Re: Reckless in Texas (7:45pm August 21, 2016):
Thanks for the chance to win this book.
Re: His Prairie Sweetheart (1:50pm July 30, 2016):
I love cowboy heroes. One of my favorites is Clint Eastwood.
Re: Always My Girl (7:40pm July 5, 2016):
I don't read series books, so I can't tell you my favorite family series book. I would love to win the book you are giving away though.
Re: The Courtship Basket (7:27pm July 5, 2016):
Looking forward to reading your books.
Re: An Enchanted Spring (7:17pm May 29, 2016):
I love to read time travel books because they give you a feel for how you might feel if you went to another time.
Re: An Amish Market (7:17pm February 21, 2016):
Enjoyed your post and look forward to reading your book.
Re: To Catch a Rake (7:15pm February 21, 2016):
I love a bad boy with style and that sums up a rake.
Re: How To Wrangle A Cowboy (10:57am February 14, 2016):
My mom and dad met at a square dance. At first they just danced together once in a while then, they began to date.
Re: Hannah's Choice (7:58pm January 29, 2016):
We have never had any Amish Mennonites in our family, but I like to rad about them.
Re: Justified (7:21pm December 24, 2015):
Our favorite cookie recipe is chocolate chip cookies.
Re: Beyond The Cherokee Trail (6:40pm October 30, 2015):
I always loved to hear stories about my families history.
Re: Thunder On The Plains (7:19pm October 8, 2015):
I've never had confidence.
Re: Dark Before the Rising Sun (7:18pm October 8, 2015):
I haven't read any of your books, but this one sounds
Re: This Love of Mine (7:15pm October 8, 2015):
No, I'm too conservative.
Re: First Season / Bride to Be (7:13pm October 8, 2015):
They come in all shapes and sizes.
Re: A Cowboy Firefighter For Christmas (7:06pm October 8, 2015):
I love vintage jewelry.
Re: A Rancher of Her Own (7:06pm July 31, 2015):
I love to read romances because they take me to places I'd never go and make me feel good.
Re: Do Not Forsake Me (7:00pm July 31, 2015):
Would love to win a copy of this book.
Re: Passionately Yours (7:46pm May 30, 2015):
Thanks for a chance to win this book. It sounds like a great read and I hope I win.
Re: Ever After at Sweetheart Ranch (7:08pm April 28, 2015):
Looking forward to your new series, it sounds great.
Re: Once a Wallflower, At Last His Love (7:11pm February 11, 2015):
I love Julie Garwood's FOR THE ROSES. I no longer remember the names, but I loved Rose and her eventual husband and her 'brothers' who raised her.
Re: Wind in the Wires (5:44pm December 19, 2014):
Cannot wait to read your book. Love how it sounds.
Re: How to Beguile a Duke (5:40pm December 19, 2014):
Would love to win this book. I also always loved jewelry, both real and costume.
Re: Desperate (5:36pm December 19, 2014):
Would love to win one of your books. They sound great.
Re: The Gentleman Jewel Thief (11:13am December 11, 2014):
Thanks for the giveaway. Looking forward to reading your book.
Re: One Night with the Best Man (7:50pm September 20, 2014):
I've never noticed a name that sounds like a store, but I'm sure I've seen some odd combinations in books before. Wish I could think of an example. Sounds like a great read.
Re: Second Chance Ranch (7:38pm September 20, 2014):
I can't remember reading about reunited lovers. Most of the romances I've read have been first tie loves. Your new book sounds like a good read and I look forward to getting it.
Re: How To Lose A Lord in Ten Days or Less (7:28pm July 16, 2014):
I used to knit and do needlepoint plus reading, but since becoming disabled, I'm left with reading which I love.
Re: The Longest Night (7:19pm July 16, 2014):
Can't wait to read your book.
Re: Shenandoah Dreams (7:44pm July 5, 2014):
I'd probably want to run home.
Re: Then Came You (7:38pm July 5, 2014):
Sounds like a really great book. Look forward to reading it.
Re: A Perfect Trade (7:34pm July 5, 2014):
I love reading about second-chance romances, but would have a hard time forgiving someone for hurting me.
Re: A Doctor for Keeps (7:27pm July 5, 2014):
I have avoided a couple of friends while out shopping when I didn't have time for a long conversation.
Re: Love Potions (8:01pm June 8, 2014):
Your book sounds like a good read. Would love to win it.
Re: Their Unexpected Love (7:52pm June 8, 2014):
I don't have a favorite beach read, but would love to win yours.
Re: The Duke's Obsession (8:11pm May 19, 2014):
I use fragrance samples in my dresser drawers so everything smells nice.
Re: Somebody Like You (8:03pm May 19, 2014):
Sounds like a great read. Looking forward to reading it.
Re: Frisky Business (7:58pm May 19, 2014):
Your story sounds great. Look forward to reading it. Also thanks for sharing your real story. Congratulations on your upcoming wedding.
Re: What The Groom Wants (7:27pm May 6, 2014):
Are you going to release a new genre soon. Not sur about frog people.
Re: A Broken Kind Of Beautiful (7:02pm April 26, 2014):
I think letting life show on your face is beautiful. I hate all this plastic surgery and botox. You don't look real.
Re: A Plain Man (7:42pm April 18, 2014):
I haven't read too many Amish fiction books, but those I've read I liked. Yours sounds interesting also. Looking forward to reading it.
Re: Home to Stay (7:35pm April 16, 2014):
Family and friends nearby makes a place feel like home to me. Also I like a smallish town, say 10,000 people.
Re: Love in Straight Sets (6:58pm April 14, 2014):
Sounds like an interesting read. I love an underdog.
Re: A Promise In Pieces (7:19pm April 5, 2014):
This sounds like a very touching story. Looking forward to reading it.
Re: A Promise In Pieces (7:17pm April 5, 2014):
Re: The Red-Hot Chili Cook-Off (7:10pm April 5, 2014):
Your book sounds like great fun. I wish I knew some Tex-Mex recipes, but I've never made any.
Re: How to Handle a Cowboy (6:42pm April 5, 2014):
For me I love both series, if they can stand alone, and stand alone books. For me it's always the story and yours sounds great.
Re: The Winter Bride (7:27pm April 3, 2014):
I enjoy heroes period. If it's a good story, I'll probably love the book and I also like books with humor in them.
Re: Mad About You (7:18pm April 3, 2014):
Your book sounds interesting. I've never known anyone who went from friends to lovers in real life.
Re: Stealing the Groom (4:14pm March 20, 2014):
This sounds like a great read. I can't wait to read it.
Re: The Bride Insists (7:13pm March 15, 2014):
I haven't seen the movie Black Sheep and don't think I want to. I do love to read about black sheep and your book sounds great.
Re: Desperately Seeking Suzanna (7:06pm March 15, 2014):
I love chocolate candy and brownies and don't forget chocolate chip cookies.
Re: The Rancher's Second Chance (7:07pm March 12, 2014):
I love cowboys and agree with your list, but would add humor.
Re: Some Like It Wild (6:59pm March 12, 2014):
Sounds like an interesting book. Look forward to reading it.
Re: Sapphires Are an Earl's Best Friend (7:08pm March 7, 2014):
This book sounds great. Would love to read it. Lily sounds like a great character.
Re: What The Groom Wants (7:35pm March 6, 2014):
Enjoyed your blog and also love your books.
Re: Mustang Sassy (7:27pm March 6, 2014):
I don't have a favorite song, but I do listen to lots of different music.
Re: A Perfect Distraction (7:20pm March 6, 2014):
I always have some clutter, but I try to keep under some control.
Re: Safe in the Tycoon's Arms (7:20pm March 5, 2014):
I never do anything to spread my wings. I guess I'm too set in my ways.
Re: The Rebel Pirate (7:17pm March 5, 2014):
My favorite authors are Georgette Heyer and Julie Garwood historical books.
Re: Must Love Dukes (7:10pm February 28, 2014):
I am really horrible at remembering names. I don't know how many times I've avoided people for that reason or how often I've talked to someone without using their name.
Re: The Chance (6:54pm February 27, 2014):
Love your books. Look forward to reading THE CHANCE. Hope I WIN IT.
Re: Hot Rock (11:04am February 26, 2014):
I think it's the bad boy image plus the music.
Re: Full Measures (7:16pm February 22, 2014):
This sounds like an interesting read and a different perspective of life.
Re: Mint Juleps and Justice (7:10pm February 22, 2014):
So sorry to hear about your loss. I LOVE A COMBINATION OF ALPHA AND BETA HERO.
Re: Country Heaven (7:06pm February 22, 2014):
They seem to make the whole story in the song seem real. They also make you feel the emotions of the song.
Re: Lord of the Sea (7:41pm February 21, 2014):
I can't imagine any perfect hero. We all have flaws, even heroes.
Re: The Cowboy's Mail Order Bride (7:37pm February 21, 2014):
I love your story of being a mail-order-bride. Would love to win your books too.
Re: What The Groom Wants (7:59pm February 14, 2014):
I think B is the one.
Re: Deep in My Heart (7:33pm February 12, 2014):
Sounds like a fun interview. Your book sounds great and so is your cover.
Re: Town In A Strawberry Swirl (7:25pm February 12, 2014):
Sounds like an interesting story line. Would love to win it. Your cover is great.
Re: A Minute on the Lips (4:11pm February 9, 2014):
Your book sounds great Hope I win it.
Re: A Perfect Distraction (7:14pm February 7, 2014):
Don't really celebrate it. peonies
Re: Breakaway Hearts (7:11pm February 7, 2014):
Love skating at the Winter Olympics. Can't remember seeing a movie about skating.
Re: The Wedding Game (7:07pm February 2, 2014):
Love the premise of this book and would love to win it.
Re: Diva in the Dugout (4:12pm January 30, 2014):
I haven't rooted for a team in years. Just can't work up an interest anymore.
Re: Love Songs for the Road (3:53pm January 21, 2014):
Here's another congratulations on your first book and hope you have many more.
Re: More Than A Touch (7:49pm January 17, 2014):
Your book looks and sounds great. Also loved your list of things readers and authors love about books. You say it so much better than I ever could.
Re: Between A Rake And A Hard Place (7:22pm January 16, 2014):
I love the romantic balls, with the beautiful gowns, lovely women and dashing lords.
Re: One Rogue Too Many (7:17pm January 16, 2014):
My first crush was in 7th grade. He was just so cute, though I never told him. Just a lot of sighs.
Re: A Perfect Distraction (6:38pm January 14, 2014):
I live in a nursing home and can't be bothered with any makeup, not even lipstick. I do wear chapstick when necessary.
Re: Songs of Shenandoah (7:00pm January 10, 2014):
It sounds like you write great stories. I tend to get involved with some characters more than others. Hope I get to read your books.
Re: The Magic Between Us (4:19pm January 10, 2014):
I never thought about how a different format for reading could make such a difference in how someone treated reading.
Re: Compromising Willa (11:10am January 9, 2014):
Looking forward to reading this book. Loved the excerpts. My favorite author is Julie Garwood's historical books.
Re: The Groom's Gamble (7:02pm January 5, 2014):
My choice is THR GROOM'S GAMBLE, but I also like THUNDERSTRUCK.
Re: What the Heart Wants (6:57pm January 5, 2014):
Sounds like a great read. Would love to read this book.
Re: The Temptation of Lady Serena (6:31pm January 4, 2014):
Loved the excerpt. Can't wait to read the book.
Re: The Scandal in Kissing an Heir (10:53am January 2, 2014):
Your book sounds like a great read. Would love to win it.
Re: If Wishes Were Earls (4:13pm December 31, 2013):
Love to read. Your offer sounds great.
Re: Freezer I'll Shoot (6:45pm December 28, 2013):
I never make resolutions because I know I'll never keep them.
Re: A Perfect Distraction (6:29pm December 24, 2013):
Miracle on 34th Street, It' a Wonderful Life, White Christmas, Christmas in Connecticut and almost any one of the lifetime Christmas movie.
Re: Restless Spirit (4:15pm December 24, 2013):
Your book sounds great. Would love to win it.
Re: Welcome Back To Apple Grove (4:03pm December 20, 2013):
My favorite cookie is chocolate chip. I'll take those any time, especially Christmas.
Re: Meet the Earl at Midnight (11:02am December 18, 2013):
My Mom always started baking a lot of different Christmas cookies in mid November and hiding them all over the house. Now the only cookie we still make is chocolate chip cookies, which was always our favorite. As we open our presents we are also eating these cookies.
Re: Fighting Love (6:56pm December 17, 2013):
Sounds like an interesting premiss. I've never dated someone who was a friend first.
Re: Wicked Little Secrets (4:20pm December 13, 2013):
Thanks for having this giveaway. Look forward to reading this book.
Re: Gentlemen Prefer Mischief (4:12pm December 13, 2013):
Looking forward to reading your book. Thanks for giving this giveaway.
Re: Tangling with the CEO (6:44pm December 11, 2013):
I prefer sweet with a little bit of sexy in my books.
Re: The Best Game (8:08pm December 8, 2013):
I love the way you described writing love scenes. Some are just too graphic. Thanks for the chance to win your book.
Re: Rugged Hearts (6:38pm December 4, 2013):
I live in a nursing home, so it means a lot to me that my sister, brother-in-law and niece visit me and keep in supplies I need. Without their help and visits I don't know where or how I'd be.
Re: Hustlin' Texas (6:30pm December 4, 2013):
Looking forward to reading your book. Hope I win.
Re: A Perfect Distraction (4:05pm November 28, 2013):
I've always loved amethysts. Thanks for the chance to win your book.
Re: The Pieces We Keep (3:55pm November 28, 2013):
Sounds fascinating. Thanks for giving us a chance to win this book.
Re: Aloha Rose (11:07am November 25, 2013):
I love to read books about different places that I'll never go to. Your book sounds great. Hope to be able to read it.
Re: Home for Christmas (11:01am November 25, 2013):
We decorate a few days before Christmas because we always have a real tree. I prefer white twinkle lights on the tree with colorful ornaments on it. Can't wait.
Re: The Wedding Game (6:28pm November 24, 2013):
Not sure, but would certainly think about it.
Re: Texas Tango (4:27pm November 15, 2013):
Your book sounds like a great read. Looking forward to reading this book.
Re: Shenandoah Crossings (4:19pm November 15, 2013):
I love time-travel books. Looking forward to reading yours,
Re: Have You Any Rogues? (4:11pm November 15, 2013):
Your excerpt sounds great. Looking forward to reading this book.
Re: The Secret Life of Miss Anna Marsh (11:11am November 12, 2013):
Loved the excerpt and look forward to reading the book.
Re: Bikers and Pearls (11:07am November 12, 2013):
My sister got me interested in reading when I was in my early 20's. I started reading regency historical romances and contemporary romances and I never stopped reading.
Re: How To Handle A Highlander (6:22pm November 10, 2013):
Thanks for the chance to win this book. It sounds like a great read.
Re: A Cadence Creek Christmas (6:14pm November 10, 2013):
I love Christmas stories and this sounds like a good one. I'm looking forward to reading this book.
Re: Upon a Winter's Night (6:10pm November 10, 2013):
My favorite parts of Christmas are the food, baking cookies visiting family and friends.
Re: Promise Me Texas (4:31pm November 6, 2013):
Your book sounds great. Am looking forward to reading it. I'm sure I've told some white lies but I don't recall any that changed my life.
Re: What the Bride Wore (4:20pm November 6, 2013):
I'm in a nursing home, so I usually don't have to worry about shopping and etc. I do worry whether I have all my paperwork when I go to the Dr.'s.
Re: A Midsummer Bride (10:23am November 1, 2013):
Thanks for the chance to win this book. It sounds interesting. I like my heroines smart, with some gumption and also some humor.
Re: Once a Rake (3:45pm October 31, 2013):
I started reading Georgette Heyer Regencies when I first started reading romances and I loved them. They really got me hooked on regencies.
Re: The Christmas Cookie Collection (6:38pm October 29, 2013):
Looking forward to reading your book and trying your cookie recipe.
Re: The Wishing Thread (4:19pm October 28, 2013):
When I was In third Grade my Mother made me a dark green sweater with a white square angora piece at the neck. Did I love that sweater.
Re: Never Underestimate a Caffarelli (6:26pm October 27, 2013):
I'm in a wheelchair and I hate being so confined. It's hard to go anywhere and you also lose a lot of your independence.
Re: A Perfect Distraction (11:20am October 26, 2013):
Since I don't follow sports, I don't have a clue who I'd like to meet, but I'd love to win your book.
Re: Because Of Audrey (11:14am October 26, 2013):
I hate dressing up, but my niece used to dress up in great costumes. One year she dressed up as a farmer and her collie was dressed as a milk cow. It was great.
Re: The Wicked Wallflower (10:57am October 26, 2013):
Yes, several. I was so shy, I never talked to them.
Re: The Holiday Serenade (4:04pm October 24, 2013):
I'd love to be with them anywhere.
Re: Christmas Quilt (3:53pm October 21, 2013):
I too love Christmas and look forward to reading your story.
Re: A Lady's Secret Weapon (7:16pm October 18, 2013):
A little danger is ok, but I really love books with romance and humor in them.
Re: Heartbreak Ranch (6:26pm October 17, 2013):
Your book sounds like a great read. I can't wait to read it.
Re: Her Accidental Boyfriend (4:03pm October 14, 2013):
I've never had an accidental boyfriend, but am looking forward to reading your book.
Re: Snowbound With The Soldier (6:31pm October 11, 2013):
I'm in a nursing home and my sister keeps me in touch with family and keeps me supplied with personal supplies. I can't thank her enough for this.
Re: Kisses On Her Christmas List (6:40pm October 3, 2013):
I love reading Christmas stories and look forward to reading yours this year and rereading it in the future.
Re: Long Shot (4:30pm October 2, 2013):
Your book sounds interesting. I love men in kilts.
Re: The Outlaw Knight (6:35pm September 27, 2013):
This sounds like a great historical story. Am looking forward to reading it.
Re: The Grand Opening (11:15am September 25, 2013):
I can't wait to read your books. They all sound great.
Re: Severed Trust (6:25pm September 22, 2013):
Sounds like a great read. Hope I win it.
Re: To Wed A Wicked Highlander (11:33am September 21, 2013):
I dread speaking both to new people and in front of large groups of people.
Re: How To Entice An Enchantress (11:19am September 21, 2013):
I'd probably go for either the puppy and picnic or a library filled with books I would want to read.
Re: It Takes Two To Tangle (7:09pm September 14, 2013):
I've never had a nickname, but I always wished I had a nice one.
Re: Traces Of Mercy (4:13pm September 11, 2013):
Sounds like a great story idea. What are we without our memories. Am looking forward to reading this book.
Re: Shades Of Mercy (4:07pm September 11, 2013):
Sounds like a great storyline. I do love historical books.
Re: A Perfect Distraction (3:59pm September 11, 2013):
Sounds like a book I have to read. Books about sports always seem to peak my interest.
Re: Against The Ropes (6:28pm September 6, 2013):
Love reading romances with humor in them. Your book sounds like a great read.
Re: The Good Wife (6:40pm September 3, 2013):
Sounds like a good read. Looking forward to reading it.
Re: The Highlander's Desire (6:18pm August 31, 2013):
Eloisa James has written a series of great books based on fairy tales. My favorite fairy tale is Cinderella.
Re: What the Bride Wore (11:01am August 30, 2013):
Lately, I've been rereading some of my Julie Garwood Historical books. She's my favorite historical author, but I haven't read any of your books yet.
Re: A Rancher's Christmas (11:17am August 29, 2013):
I love a good Christmas story. Can't wait t read yours.
Re: Love Him or Leave Him (11:12am August 29, 2013):
I love Historical, Regency and Contemporary Romances.
Re: The Arrangement (7:30pm August 25, 2013):
I haven't read any of your books, but from what's written here I've been missing out on great reads. Would love t win these books.
Re: Cowboy Seeks Bride (7:32pm August 23, 2013):
Sounds like a great read. Thanks for giving us a chance to win this book.
Re: Surrender To Sultry (7:20pm August 23, 2013):
Great excerpt. Looking forward to reading your book.
Re: A Most Devilish Rogue (4:16pm August 22, 2013):
Sounds like a great read. Looking forward to it.
Re: Once Upon A Tartan (11:27am August 16, 2013):
I don't even write letters, let alone a book. I do love to read though. I'm always in the process of reading a book.
Your anthology suons great.
Re: Italian Affair (4:11pm August 12, 2013):
I love to read and find that some characters stay with me. If I really love a book, I find myself reading it again.
Re: Love On A Midsummer Night (4:44pm August 9, 2013):
Love historical Romances. Look forward to reading youra.
Re: A Little Bit of Charm (11:12am August 8, 2013):
I find he Amish interesting to read about, but I'm sure I couldn't live like them. Would love to win a copy of your book.
Re: What the Bride Wore (4:16pm August 6, 2013):
Sounds like great fun. Have a safe trip back. Would love to win a copy of one your books.
Re: Plain Fear: Forgiven (6:22pm August 5, 2013):
I like both a reformed bad boy or a hero.
Re: A Father For Her Triplets (6:17pm August 5, 2013):
I live in a nursing home and have somewhat limited movement from chronic Rheumatoid Arthritis. My big exercise is walking with assistance every day, maybe 100 to 150 feet. I spend most of my time on my computer or reading.
Re: Date with Destiny (10:22am August 5, 2013):
I love the characters in Julie Garwood Historical Romances. I keep reading a number o them over and over again.
Re: Reckless (6:26pm July 26, 2013):
Mt favorite stunt movie was FX with Bryan Brown and Brian Dennehy.
Re: Rugged Hearts (6:22pm July 26, 2013):
My father got me interested in taking care of myself, which helped me when I became disabled.
Re: Raspberries and Vinegar (6:22pm July 21, 2013):
I'm not into gardening myself, but I love garden markets with farm-fresh vegetables. I also like to cook from scratch. As far as reading goes, I love a good story.
Re: Meet Me At The Cupcake Cafe (11:09am July 19, 2013):
Your book sounds great. I'd love to win it.
Re: Emeralds of the Alhambra (11:32am July 15, 2013):
I love historical novels, but I've never read any about Muslims and Christians in Spain. Your book sounds like a great and interesting departure from my past reading.
Re: Merger to Marriage (11:23am July 14, 2013):
I love reading a good book. I never try to figure out why I like a book, I either do or don't like it. Your book sounds great. I like the chocolate factory story-line on Lucy the best.
Re: If The Shoe Fits (4:23pm July 12, 2013):
I guess I read mostly traditional romances. Can't think of any untraditional romances that I've read.
Re: The Rogue Steals A Bride (4:17pm July 12, 2013):
I also love Regency Romances. Your book sounds like a great read.
Re: Pennsylvania Patchwork (11:18am July 12, 2013):
Hope it's not too late to win your contest. Have been wanting to read about the Amish for some time. Your books sound great.
Re: Winning a Bride (4:36pm July 5, 2013):
I don't care for a very short novella. When I read a story, I want to read the story, not a preamble to the story.
Re: Paradise Valley (4:20pm July 4, 2013):
I've never read any of your books, but this one sounds like a great place to start.
Re: Prince of Secrets (6:46pm July 3, 2013):
I love to read, but finding time to do it is my big problem. It's always worth it when I find the time, but............
Re: It Happened One Midnight (6:40pm July 3, 2013):
Loved your excerpt and yes, I thin it will happen again. Thanks for the chance to win a couple of your books.
Re: Wish You Were Here (4:25pm June 29, 2013):
My sister got me reading historical novels when I was in my early twenties. Now 50 years later I'm still reading, although I've branched out to include contemporary romances also.
Re: The Look of Love (6:32pm June 23, 2013):
Your series sounds great. Can't wait t start reading it.
Re: The Lady Mercy Danforthe Flirts With Scandal (11:40am June 21, 2013):
Loved your book excerpt. Would love to win this book so I can read it.
Re: One Night With A Rake (11:38am June 21, 2013):
For most of my life I had various dogs, one at a time. However I now live in a nursing home where they are not allowed. I get my dog fix now when people bring their therapy dogs in so we can pet them.
Re: If The Shoe Fits (11:32am June 21, 2013):
I love listening to Israel "Iz" Kamakawiwo'ole these days. All his music has a Hawaiian sound to it.
Re: Widow Of Gettysburg (11:20am June 21, 2013):
I like to look at book trailers, but it's the blurb that influences my purchase a lot more.
Re: One Day in Apple Grove (8:05pm June 16, 2013):
No, I've never been to a reader' event, but they do sound like a lot of fun.
Re: The Fireman's Homecoming (6:52pm June 12, 2013):
Now I read a lot, but I used to do crewel pictures, some needlepoint and I also knitted. My hands no longer allow me
to do those things.
Re: Summer at Mustang Ridge (6:47pm June 12, 2013):
We always made lots of different cookies for Christmas, but it was always chocolate chips cookies that was our favorite. So now we just make chocolate chip cookies and eat them as we sit around the Christmas Tree and open our gifts.
Re: Flirting with Disaster (11:23am June 10, 2013):
Your book sound great. I look forward to reading it.
Re: Lord of the Hunt (11:10am June 9, 2013):
I love a good story. If its a sequel so much the better. This sounds like a great story.
Re: It Had To Be You (7:43pm June 5, 2013):
I also like your playlist, but I prefer quiet while I'm reading.
Re: Sweet Revenge (4:05pm June 3, 2013):
Your idea for a hero sounds interesting, but I've never read a historical romance unless the hero was rich. I'd like to try it once.
Re: Katie's Choice (4:22pm June 2, 2013):
I like reading about lifestyles that are different from my own, including about the Amish, which is very different and so much simpler than ours. Look forward to reading KATIE'S CHOICE.
Re: Five Days in Skye (4:16pm June 2, 2013):
Your book sounds great. Would love to read it. I too have read a number of Scottish Historicals, but never run across a modern Scottish story.
Re: Lady Vivian Defies A Duke (6:51pm May 24, 2013):
I haven't read too many series books, though I did enjoy the ones I did read. The most important thing to me is reading a good book, and your book sounds great.
Re: Kissing the Maid of Honor (6:30pm May 23, 2013):
Not in a kissing booth, but I'd love to kiss Mark Harmon,
Sam Elliott or George Clooney.
Re: Last Chance For Justice (6:40pm May 22, 2013):
I like books that are somewhat slower paced. I like reading about different places and scenarios.
Re: Flora's Wish (11:36am May 22, 2013):
Your book sounds great. I love reading books about different parts of the country. It allows me to read about places I'll never visit.
Re: When The Morning Glory Blooms (11:23am May 22, 2013):
I am disabled and now live in a nursing home due to Rheumatoid Arthritis. As I became more disabled over the years and less able to participate in activities, I have lost touch with friends and family. I now depend on one sister, her husband and her daughter for outside companionship. I hardly ever see my other sister and her kids and grandkids. So keep healthy.
Re: Seducing Charlotte (11:15am May 19, 2013):
As long as the story is good, I don't care how it starts, although it is a bit unusual to start with a hot scene.
Re: Past Due (6:58pm May 17, 2013):
I've learned that the older you get, the faster time moves forward. So enjoy what you have while you can.
Re: Changing Lanes (7:15pm May 15, 2013):
I am disabled by rheumatoid arthritis. If it were possible, I would not have that.
Re: The Practice Proposal (6:17pm May 11, 2013):
I don't follow sports anymore, so am not familiar with who would make a great hero. I'd have to leave picking out who would make a great hero up to you or other fans,
Re: A Wedding In Springtime (11:31am May 7, 2013):
I love to read highlander stories, however I don't think I could live the life.
Re: Heart Of Iron (11:23am May 7, 2013):
I don't have set ideas on how a hero should act, except being protective of the heroine. Different stories require different heroes, if the story is good, I'll like the hero.
Re: Fearless Heart (10:47am May 5, 2013):
Your story sounds like one I'd love to read. I grew up hearing my father's stories about how tough the great depression was. He was always affected by it. During the worst part of it the only work he, his father and uncles could get was with the WPA.
Re: Lord of the Mist (10:53am May 4, 2013):
I like my comforts available now, so I prefer to just read about time travel.
Re: By Hook or By Crook (10:53am April 28, 2013):
Look forward to reading this book.
Re: Honorable Rancher (11:32am April 27, 2013):
I like a hero somewhere in between, but my priority is a good story. So, if the hero is a beta, but the story is interesting that's great with me
Re: The New Rules for Blondes (10:59am April 23, 2013):
I love books with humor so your book sounds like a great concept. I look forward to reading it.
Re: Temporary Roomates (7:08pm April 22, 2013):
I love reading books from different places from where I live,
Re: Mr. Perfect (6:46pm April 21, 2013):
I too miss the local bookstore. I prefer to hold books in my hand to read. My favorite author is Julie Garwood, but it's her historical novels that I love. I've reread any number of them more than once.
Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (7:39pm April 11, 2013):
This book sounds interesting. Would love to read it.
Re: Last Chance Book Club (7:12pm April 7, 2013):
I usually root for a player rather than a team. As for reading, I just love a good book, be it contemporary or historical.
Re: Darius (6:41pm April 4, 2013):
I try to think through a problem first, but if no solution comes to me I try to talk to friends and family about solutions.
Re: Secrets of a Runaway Bride (10:39am April 3, 2013):
I love all Julie Garwood's historical romances. Especially FOR THE ROSES, a western, and LYON'S LADY, a regency. I've read both of them numerous times over the years.
Re: Once Tempted (7:49pm April 1, 2013):
I've gone on a number of interesting trips, but unfortunately none that changed my life.
Re: Second Chance (4:31pm March 31, 2013):
If I were to go back in time, it would be further back than 1998. That wasn't that great a time for me.
Re: A Shot Of Sultry (7:02pm March 28, 2013):
I guess the most romantic gift I ever got was a dozen red roses for my birthday.
Re: The Forsaken (4:47pm March 24, 2013):
I live in a nursing home and I think the nurses and aides come close to being angels. They are always here for us. But, I also think I am watched over by angels, although I've never interacted with them.
Re: Lord of the Keep (7:28pm March 23, 2013):
Congrats On the reprint. The cover can grab my interest, but the plot is the most important thing.
Re: Nickeled-And-Dimed To Death (7:25pm March 23, 2013):
I love reading, but I do get confused when an author writes under more than one name.
Re: Falling Into Paradise (7:58pm March 18, 2013):
A bad has t want to change to really change in order to successfully do so.
Re: Her Knight's Quest (6:59pm March 16, 2013):
I just love a good book. I never think about whether a character was a secondary character in a previous book. Would love to win this contest.
Re: A Risk Worth Taking (6:51pm March 10, 2013):
Sometimes I like escapism, sometimes I like to relate to the characters I'm reading about.
Re: The Turncoat (5:53pm March 7, 2013):
I love all romances. I haven't read too many between enemies, but sounds like and interesting premiss.
Re: Lord Of Darkness (12:28pm March 5, 2013):
I love the idea of seeing all classes of people living together in London, Would loe to read it.
Re: Silence Of The Llamas (6:41pm February 26, 2013):
I understand that llamas are used as pack animals. They are rented out to hikers to carry the supplies for a hike.
Re: The Mistress Memoirs (6:28pm February 20, 2013):
Loved the excerpt. Would love to get to read the whole story. Thanks for the chance to win it.
Re: The Eldritch Conspiracy (7:20pm February 13, 2013):
I've only read a couple of books that were made into movies and I've liked the books and hated the movies. They tend to change the story too much. Please enter me in the contest.
Re: Seven-Night Stand (6:37pm February 9, 2013):
I love romances set in either small towns or at the ocean. Small towns are always nice because the characters usually care about each other.
Re: Treacherous Temptations (6:24pm February 9, 2013):
Your book sounds great. Would love to winn it and read it.
Re: Lady Eve's Indiscretion (11:55am February 9, 2013):
I wish I could decide to do something and actually accomplish it. I ususualy wind up procrastinating.
Re: In From The Cold (11:54am February 4, 2013):
Your books sounds great. As far as winter activities go, I am definitely a book in front of the fire person. I hate the cold these days.
Re: The Autumn Bride (5:09pm February 1, 2013):
I have never belonged to a book club. I just love to read a good romance. Your book THE AUTUMN BRIDE sounds great. Would love to read it.
Re: The Billionaire's Baby SOS (5:03pm February 1, 2013):
Never read a big family book, but I love to read all romance books whether a series book or not. The trouble with series books is that I seldom get the whole series, so the books need to stand alone.
Re: Deck the Halls With Love (12:06pm January 31, 2013):
Your book sounds like a great read. Would love to win it. When I read a book, I usually enjoy it fot itself, not thinking about future books about other characters in that book.
Re: Pride, Prejudice and the Perfect Match (4:32pm January 28, 2013):
I'm way past the age for online dating, though it might work for younger people. It certainly sounds better than going to bars to look for someone to date.
Re: After the Rain (6:40pm January 22, 2013):
When I was younger, I never thought about redo's, But now I am in my 70's and I wish I could redo some of my financial decisions.
Re: Fall Into You (7:38pm January 20, 2013):
When I read a series, I prefer to start reading with the first book.
Re: Beeline To Trouble (5:16pm January 19, 2013):
I don't usually read mysteries, but I do love juicy romantic moments in any book.
Re: The Wicked Wedding Of Miss Ellie Vyne (7:25pm January 17, 2013):
This sounds like a great book. I love all romances,, but I especially the ones with really good,smart humor in them.
Re: Waking Up With A Rake (4:32pm January 11, 2013):
I would love to win and read this book. Since the bad deed is forced, I can understand why he agrees, but would lve to see how he proceeds.
Re: A SEAL's Seduction (6:04pm January 10, 2013):
I'm a keeper of all kinds of romance book, contemporary romance, regency romance medevil (sic) Scottish romances.
Re: Seven Days Normal (7:32pm January 6, 2013):
Looks like a great book which I'd love to win.
Re: In His Brother's Place (7:24pm January 6, 2013):
I love both historical, especially the medieval and Regency periods, and contemprary romance books.
Re: A Home For Nobody's Princess (4:51pm September 26, 2012):
I have always lived in the same county in New Jersey. Also both my grandparents and my great and great-great grandparents on my fathers side have also lived here. I do feel at home here, but its not only the place but my family and friends that make it so.
Re: Deadly Little Lies (12:16pm September 19, 2012):
I have always loved Julie Garwood's historicals, especially THE SECRET, SAVING GRACE, FOR THE ROSES, and LION'S LADY.
Re: A Lady And Her Magic (8:37pm September 14, 2012):
My first love was my cat, Murphy. He was a big orange cat and I loved him. Based on your great book cover, this looks like a great book which I hope I win because I'd love to read it.
Re: Chasing a Dream (1:07am September 12, 2012):
Your book sounds great. Would love to win it. I've never been told I couldn't do something. I was usually encouraged.
Re: Temptation In A Kilt (7:18pm September 8, 2012):
I love reading about bad boys being tamed by a good woman, but It never works out that way in real life. Its the fantasy I love to read about.
Re: When You Give A Duke A Diamond (7:07pm September 8, 2012):
I like heroines that stand up or themselves, but I also like some humor in the story.
Re: A Place Beyond Courage (11:35pm September 7, 2012):
Your book sounds great. I look forward to reading it.
Re: Lucky Break (7:37pm September 1, 2012):
Love stories about small town. I like the way everyone seems to care about their neighbors.
Re: Magic Gone Wild (7:33pm September 1, 2012):
Loved the excerpt. It sounds like a fun read.
Re: In the Line of Duty (8:07pm August 27, 2012):
Loved the idea of a heroine cop for a change. Also thought the excerpt was great.
Re: Blame It On Texas (11:01pm August 26, 2012):
This book sounds great. I love any book with humor in it.
Re: Florentine's Hero (7:34pm August 25, 2012):
I love cowboy romances and having a female bull rider is certainly an interesting twist. Sounds like a great read.
Re: Not the Marrying Kind (7:26pm August 25, 2012):
I don't care if it's a category romance or not as long as its a good story, well written. Your new book sounds like a great read.
Re: The Big Beach Book (1:18am August 24, 2012):
I've always lived in New Jersey, unfortunately not at the shore. But every summer we've always spent time at he shore, which we love.
Re: Seducing Cinderella (12:07pm August 13, 2012):
Thanks for a chance to win this book. It sounds great. As far as tropes go, this is the first I've heard of them, but I guess the ugly duckling sounds the most interesting.
Re: The Bull Rider's Brother (11:47pm August 12, 2012):
Thanks for the chance to win your new book. It sounds like a great read.
Re: Wild Texas Rose (7:42pm August 7, 2012):
Have never been to Texas, but I do love reading about it in both historical and contemporary books. Would love to win a copy of your book.
Re: Lord Of Fire And Ice (11:45pm July 5, 2012):
This sounds like a great read. Thanks for giving us a chance to win it.
Re: The Taming Of A Scottish Princess (8:40pm May 27, 2012):
I love most heroes. If the book is good, then it usually follows that the hero is also likeable. I do like a little humor in books though.
Re: The Rebel Rancher (8:10pm May 27, 2012):
I've always loved a good cowboy story. Would love to winthis noe. Hope I'm not too late.
Re: Where There's Smoke (8:04pm May 27, 2012):
I've never been a paranormal fan, but this book sounds really interesting.
Re: A Gentleman Says "I Do" (4:38pm May 25, 2012):
This book sounds great. I love a story where there is an interesting conflict between the hero and heroine.
Re: The Wedding Beat (12:01pm May 15, 2012):
I love the sounds of your book. As far as my weding dreams, I always knew I couldn't afford a large wedding, so I never had many dreams. Maybe it was a good thing, since I never married.
Re: Texas Pride (11:06pm March 8, 2012):
I love reading romances, but I don't think they have ever changed my relationships. I must admit though that at this time I am not in any relationship.
Re: Ride With Me (11:43pm February 13, 2012):
I am not an adventurous eater and would never dare anyone to eat anything odd or unpalitable. Let's face it, I'm a chicken in real life, but I did enjoy the small taste you gave of your book. Looking forward to reading it.
Re: Wedded In Scandal (4:27pm December 22, 2011):
I'm addicted to playing spider solitaire. When I go online I start going through my emails, but before long, I've switched to playing spider solitaire. I just can't seem to leave solitaire alone.
Re: The King's Mistress (9:56pm December 17, 2011):
Thanks for the interesting facts about mistletoe. Its always interesting to learn about where some of our traditions come from. Your book also sounds great. Would love to win it. Happy Holidays.
Re: Mistletoe and Margaritas (12:15pm December 11, 2011):
I love having four seasons. Of course, I've never known anything else. I would hate to live where it's hot most of the time. My favorite seasons are spring and fall. I love all the oolors and also the cooler weather.
Re: My Favorite Countess (12:00pm April 28, 2011):
I always liked Marcus Welby, M> D. and Dr. Kildaire (not sure of spelling). I just don't seem to have much interest in doctor dramas on TV anymore. As far as doctors in books
they are as intersting only if weel written.
Re: Runes (2:58am October 6, 2010):
I'd love to win this book. Since I'm older, I'd love to have a couple of younger guys, maybe 40 or 50's who both get along with each other but love taking care of me in ALL ways.
Re: Secrets Volume 29 Indulge Your Fantasies (3:17am September 22, 2010):
I love reading about Scotlanbd, but, since I am disabled and find it difficult to travel, I love reading about all the exciting places I'll never visit.
Re: Fool Moon (11:43pm October 24, 2009):
I guess I lead a very dull life. I've never had an experience that was stranger than fiction.