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Their fake relationship will end when the new year begins...or will it?


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Lord Lucifer -- Lady Diana -- All or NOTHING


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The Past Never Stays Buried


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He’ll do anything to protect a baby in jeopardy…


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She's an undercover angel


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If you're on his list, you're as good as DEAD


Laurence MacNaughton

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2 comments posted.

Re: Conspiracy Of Angels (11:49pm October 31, 2012):

My theory is that men and women both crave connection, even if it's expressed in different ways. When we read a story and see a character with a strong connection to someone else, we can relate to that, and we begin to care so much more about what happens. It draws us in. That's where the real storytelling magic happens.

Re: Conspiracy Of Angels (4:17pm October 31, 2012):

Absolutely, Carla. Mystery author Robert B. Parker once said, "Most of my books are about love, in part." His books are packed with complex relationships between characters. Marguerite, you're exactly right about what guys think they're supposed to be reading. Case in point: Depending on who asks me about my book, I either tell them it's about two wounded outcasts trying to find redemption – or I tell 'em the book is loaded with car chases. Guess which one I tell my guy friends? :)

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