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Cowboys who thrill outside the arena as much as in.


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Spy school for young ladies in Jane Austen’s world.


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He’d give his life for her, but his heart was never part of the bargain


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Can happily ever after exist somewhere between virtue and valor?


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With his K-9 partner at his side, can he survive false accusations and a bomber?


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Two people inexplicably drawn to each other even though they have almost nothing in common.


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Rogues & Remarkable Women


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96 comments posted.

Re: It Begins with a Kiss (11:48am July 3, 2012):

Am always up for a good trilogy. Book sounds good. Have not read you yet. Thanks for the giveaway.

Re: The Princess and the Outlaw (3:38pm July 1, 2012):

I am experiencing my granddaughter growing up.
That is always magic and fun.

Re: First Do No Evil (3:37pm July 1, 2012):

Best wishes on your debt. I like good love scenest in my suspense books. Gotta have a little romance, right?

Re: Grill Me, Baby (11:21am June 17, 2012):

Homemade ravioli and noodles with my gma's meatballs and sauce. Yum. Served on white and orange plates.

Re: Home For The Summer (1:27pm June 4, 2012):

Went to the beach summers and had barbeques in my family's back yard.

Re: The Reason Is You (10:15pm May 21, 2012):

I love the tease, a look, a funny remark, the getting to know one another, the anticipating building.

Re: Lover's Leap (10:45pm December 29, 2011):

I love your books. Please keep writing those contemps. Happy New Year to all.

Re: Wild Thing (6:07pm December 5, 2011):

Yes they do but they must have some things in common or I don't give too much hope for the relationship to last.

Re: The Storm That Is Sterling (1:41pm November 22, 2011):

There are so many; but I will chose Rome Matthews from Sarah's Child by Linda Howard.

Re: Until There Was You (10:45pm November 16, 2011):

I would love to win this book.

Re: Darn Good Cowboy Christmas (7:09pm November 4, 2011):

I love Carolyn's books!

What I want is for everyone for everyone to be healthy and to have a bunch of good books by my side.

Re: A Maverick For Christmas (1:13pm October 30, 2011):

My friend who could have been very ill - kept her company, went to dr with her, talked with her a lot on the phone.

Yest. my good friends surprised me with breakfast for my 65th bday. I am so blessed to have such wonderful friends.

Re: Against The Storm (1:48pm October 18, 2011):

So glad you did not give up either. LOL. I love your books.

Re: Chosen By Fate (7:02am October 10, 2011):

I basically love contemps or rom suspense or a mystery - love twists.

Re: Bel Air (11:00pm September 4, 2011):

I love chocolate ice cream and mocha almond fudge. Baskin Robbins used to have a yummy Kahlua and Cream. Hot fudge and real whipped cream toppings a must.

Re: Sweet Justice (10:58pm September 4, 2011):

Sounds like a good rom suspense.

Re: Red's Hot Cowboy (8:34am August 24, 2011):

The early bird sometimes get the worm. LOL. Hope so anyway. Again thanks for the chance. What are you working on next?

Re: Red's Hot Cowboy (8:29am August 24, 2011):

So glad I stopped by - Carolyn your books are awesome. Please keep writing them.

Thanks for 2 chances to win a copy of "Reds..."

Re: Fezariu's Epiphany (12:29pm August 14, 2011):

I don't usually read these types of books but this one sounds very interesting.

Re: The Landlord's Black-Eyed Daughter (8:39pm August 10, 2011):

Of course I love heas - they make me.....HAPPY. LOL. Thanks for the giveaway.

Re: Too Hot To Touch (8:54am August 4, 2011):

Am I too late? I love food related books and this series. I keep missing out on this latest giveaway.

Re: Forced to Kill (5:55pm June 4, 2011):

I love books about seals. This book sounds great.

Re: The Gin & Chowder Club (10:29pm May 30, 2011):

Sounds like a good story.

Re: SEALed Forever (10:03pm May 20, 2011):

I loved your previous seals books and cannot wait to read this one.

Re: The Goodbye Quilt (11:59am May 12, 2011):

I cannot wait to read this book.

I gave her candy, took her out to eat - she spent the weekend with us and also gave her a gift card so she could pick out something nice.

Re: Already Home (7:57am May 11, 2011):

I have Deb Macomber's cookbook and look forward to her Christmas one. I have made several of the recipes and they are v.g.

I am recently retired and have been making some new recipes and yes I like them easy; don't want to be challenged.

Re: Love Drunk Cowboy (10:40pm May 4, 2011):

I love your books and cannot wait to read this one. Love the drawl and the hat and boots.

Re: Cowboy Fever (9:19pm April 20, 2011):

I have a read a few books with horse therapy. VG reading.

Re: Cowboy Fever (6:55pm April 13, 2011):

I would like to have Wyatt in my life from A Summer of Two Wishes and A Light A Winter's End.

My 2 characters that got their happy ending are Sarah and Rome from Sarah's Child.

Re: Emily And Einstein (11:14am April 10, 2011):

I cannot wait to read this book/\/

The Answer is Jordan.

Re: A Song For My Mother (3:30pm April 9, 2011):

This excerpt was great. Would definitely love to read thisbook.

Re: A Lot Like Love (1:54pm March 24, 2011):

I like the slow burn! Nothing like waiting for IT to happen. LOL.

Re: Angel's Rest (6:47am March 12, 2011):

I have just started Angels Rest last nite and look forward to reading it. Only into it a few pgs.

Love series books.

Re: Animal Magnetism (5:50pm March 5, 2011):

I never see anyone good looking in the mkt.

Would love to win a backlist book!

Re: His, Unexpectedly (6:41pm February 25, 2011):

Would love to win this book. Sounds great.

Re: A Light at Winter's End (6:39pm February 25, 2011):

I love Julia's books and cant wait to read about Wyatt.

Re: Beneath The Night Tree (1:50pm February 18, 2011):

Married almost 42 years - 2 kids, 1 beautiful granddaughter.

Hope everyone has a wonderful w/e.

This book looks great.

Re: Everyone Loves A Hero (9:56pm February 2, 2011):

Have been waiting for this book to come out. I havent had a heroic moment either. But will be enjoying this book I am sure. Maybe sometime in the future, my heroic thing will happen, but no biggie if it doesn't.

Re: Yours For The Taking (9:53pm January 19, 2011):

My perfect day is snuggling on the couch, under a blanket with a book - finishing that book and getting a good amount of that 2nd one read - being able to do this undisturbed of course. LOL.

Re: Dating Mr. December (9:59pm November 22, 2010):

Would love to win this book. Have just recently heard about it. Sounds like a fun read.

Happy Thanksgiving.

Re: Casting About (6:26pm November 8, 2010):

Reader here: prefer fiction - want to get away from problems and enjoy the enjoyable read.

Re: One Fine Cowboy (1:55pm September 7, 2010):

I would love to have a copy of this book. I love cowboy stories.

Re: Nemesis (6:59am August 22, 2010):

I read all year round and try to get in as much reading time as possible, more when I am off from work.

Re: Rule's Bride (7:29am August 16, 2010):

I adore series books. Susan Mallery and Robyn Carr do great ones.

This latest series you are highlighting looks good.

Re: Home is Where the Bark is (9:42pm August 12, 2010):

I love it when the heroines cook or bake. It is nice to have some recipes included in the book.

As for a cooking disaster, making dumplings and not having enuf flour in them - they disintigrated when I tried to boil them.

Re: Hell, Yeah (7:51pm August 11, 2010):

I just got I Love This Bar Yesterday. It looks very good. So I would love to win a copy of Hell Yeah.

Re: Tomb With A View (7:32am July 19, 2010):

Enjoyed the post.

Sounds like a wonderful series. So sorry about the passing of Mary.

Re: Fortunate Harbor (7:31am July 16, 2010):

Half my comments got cut - So in answer to your question - my parents.

I have read several books abound friends and I do love them. Woods, Carr and Macomber write some very good ones.

Re: Fortunate Harbor (7:30am July 16, 2010):

Usually they become series which I adore.

Sherryl Woods, Robyn Carr and Debbie Macomber write some very good ones.

Re: Crush On You (8:38pm July 6, 2010):

I like the friends to lovers theme. I have the book but wouldnt mind winning the gift certificate. LOL. Christie's books are awesome.

Re: Dark Flame (7:40am June 27, 2010):

Would love to win some books from your visits.

I have not read any books by Allyson yet either.

Re: Hidden Wives (5:09pm June 26, 2010):

Yes, I do have occasionally a funk. Then I will have a whole bunch of good ones that I have read. I am into Rachel Gibson's Nothing But Trouble and it is great.

Re: The Devil She Knows (6:37pm June 22, 2010):

It really doesnt matter to me. As long as he is a good guy, strong character and if he is a drifter, the love of a good woman will change him. LOL.

Re: Death Threads (8:30am June 14, 2010):

I dont read too many mysteries, but I love the covers and sounds like a nice read and my aunt would love to borrow it too.

Re: Night Myst (8:31am June 4, 2010):

I have not read any of your books either.

I read all my favorite authors unless they change to a genre I am not interested in. I do adore series books!!!

Thanks for offering the gift certif. Always a wonderful prize.

Re: I Love This Bar (8:46pm June 3, 2010):

I loved the preview and I love cowboy books. Cannot wait to read this one. I have enjoyed the books of yours that I have read and have several on my tbr.

Re: Blown Away (9:58pm May 30, 2010):

I love series books. Susan Mallery, Kate Angell, Robyn Carr just to name a few - write great ones. I read them as they come out.

Re: Dead in the Family (10:19pm May 29, 2010):

I probably have over 200 in my tbr - no YA, Vamp or Urban Fantasy for me - contemps and sometimes west. historicals. Currently reading Susan Mallery's latest.

Re: On Folly Beach (8:45pm May 18, 2010):

Sorry about the loss of your grandmother. Enjoy all your wonderful memories.

My almost 92 year aunt is very ill and has been the matriarch of our family for a long time now and family events have always centered around her.

Re: Small Change (10:07pm May 14, 2010):

I have a few of Sheila's books on my tbr. Havent gotten around to reading them yet. This one sounds v.g. as well.

Re: A Thread So Thin (8:31am May 9, 2010):

I would love to win either of these books. Thanks for offering them. I don't think I have ever read a Y.A. I have been hoarding away books for my young granddaughter.

Happy Mother's Day.

Re: In Shelter Cove (8:13pm May 4, 2010):

Forgot to answer your question. I like all kinds of heroes, especially the tortured hero, bad boy, or old love coming back to town.

Re: In Shelter Cove (8:12pm May 4, 2010):

Please count me in. I would love to win this book. I did read the first one in the series and am looking forward to the next ones.

Re: Think Twice (9:28am May 2, 2010):

I got to read a lot of good books in April:
Robyn Carr's Angel's Peak, Moonlight Road, Forbidden Falls,
Kristan Higgins - The Next Best Thing, MM Daughtridge - Sealed with a Ring, Julie James - Somthing About You - all v.g.

Was disappointed with Janet Chapman's latest contemp - ?Tempt me if You Can? not sure of the title.

Lots of good contemps coming out in the next months.

Re: Building Iphone Apps With Html, CSS, And Javascript (11:12pm April 17, 2010):

If I cannot get into a book, will either put it back for a later time, skim thru it or will only just not finish it, if the story is not doing it for me or the characters are not likable. I usually start skimming only if I want to finish it and am not caring for at the point where I am almost finished reading it anyway.

Re: Small Change (8:26am March 26, 2010):

Great post - Yes, most important - will I use it!

And by the way, I use my pastry cutter all the time - it is wonderful to make stuffed mushrooms and chop eggs - and I do make stuffed mushrooms often.

Re: On The Steamy Side (8:50pm March 23, 2010):

There a lots of adorable kids - Dex is a hoot from The Nerd Who Loved Me by VL Thompson.

Re: The You I Never Knew (5:15pm March 14, 2010):

I prefer a good laugh. But every once in awhile a good cry is good. I cry at the Hallmark Commercials.

Anything by Nicholas Sparks makes me cry, Three Wishes by Barbara Delinsky, Home Again by Kristin Hannah, and Sarah's Child by Linda Howard - all wonderful hanky books.

As for funny books anything by Erin Mccarthy, particularly The Pregnancy Test, SEP's Nobody's Baby But Mine, Aint She Sweet, Kate Angell's baseball series, Deirdre Martin's Hockey series, Rachel Gibson - all these wonderful authors make me laugh.

I am sorry for whatever you are going thru and hope everything turns out better.

Re: SEALed with a Ring (9:40pm March 5, 2010):

I loved your first book; have the 2nd seal book on my tbr.

Looking forward to Sealed with a Ring.

Re: Lake Magic (11:33pm March 3, 2010):

Back again. I have read ALL of Sandra's category romances, couldnt rest years ago til I found them all - was so sad when I finished the last one. LOL.

Re: Lake Magic (7:12pm March 2, 2010):

Lake Magic looks v.g. Will be getting it (if I don't win it here)!

My first romance type books was Sandra Brown's Exclusive - more of a rom . suspense.

Re: The Mane Squeeze (1:41pm February 28, 2010):

I forgot to mention what I love to read: I love straight contemps - waiting for the Next Virgin River book to come out in a day or two - love that series. Am a big fan of series books. Love Susan Mallery, Rachel Gibson, Jill Shalvis and many many more. Just picked up the latest contemp Janet Chapman book.

Re: The Mane Squeeze (9:24am February 28, 2010):

Whoops, I entered the wrong site for the bundle of books contest - cannot have that. LOL.

There are so many books coming out, how can we ever keep up? It is fun trying tho'. Thanks for offering these bundles. Maybe one day I will be lucky enuf to win one.

Re: Seeing Red (9:00am February 28, 2010):

You choose some good ones that were favorites. I have 2 on my tbr list - will have to check out the Jacobs book - title sounds intriguing.

Set no goals - but did manage to read about 6 or 7 books; so am happy.

I love this bundle of books thing you do.

Re: Cowboy Trouble (10:45am February 26, 2010):

I have seen this book on a few sites. It look v.g.

Re: The Betrayal Of The Blood Lily (12:00pm February 21, 2010):

We have gotten a lot of snow this year and had a snow day recently - so perfect for sitting on the couch under a blanket with a book.

Re: Chick with a Charm (10:02pm February 19, 2010):

Yes, definitely enter me; forgot to say that.

Re: Chick with a Charm (10:01pm February 19, 2010):

I have not read any of this series. They Look Good.

Re: Promise Me Tonight (7:57am February 12, 2010):

Thank you for offering this book. That is some hot cover.

Re: Hold On Tight (7:36am January 26, 2010):

This series sounds really good. Please count me in for the contest. And No it doesnt yank me out of the book. If I really cannot figure it out and it bugs me, I will look it up otherwise I just keep reading. LOL.

Re: Getting Lucky (8:40pm January 18, 2010):

This series looks wonderful; would love to win it. And yes I love series book, maybe a bit more than non-series. And there are wonderful ones out there.

Re: Over My Dead Body (8:49am December 5, 2009):

I would like to nominate my daughter. She has a little baby girl and works with mentally challenged people - it is hard job and they just love her.

Re: Over My Dead Body (12:14pm November 16, 2009):

My family has dwindled but with my daughter's marriage we picked up new family members. And we now hava a granddaughter who will be one tomorrow.

We had her bday party here today.

I remember all the good meals cooked by loved ones who are no longer with us - they are probably making sumptuous meals up in heaven!

Re: Rainwater (9:18am November 8, 2009):

I dont look at trailers that much. But am doing so more than I have been.

Re: One Lucky Cowboy (6:46am November 6, 2009):

Pls count me in - I have Book 1 on my tbr - it is in very good company. Love series books!

Re: Santa Honey (8:55pm October 24, 2009):

I like to have the BOOK in hand not on a kindle! And yes I have gone into a store to buy one book and have come out with others as well as scanning the shelves discovered new authors. So let's keep the books in print please.

Re: Angel Lane (10:06pm October 1, 2009):

I cannot wait to read this book also.

Re: Lucky Break (7:20am September 29, 2009):

I read ONLY contemps. Love your HOT series and Chandler brothers especially. I have read just about all of your books. Thanks for your books and your contests.

As for what contemps I read, straight, funny and seal type, etc. - sorry no vamp, paranormal, werewolf, shapeshifter and the like.

Re: Shades of Twilight (8:11pm September 27, 2009):

I love going to booksignings and have been lucky to have such funny and wonderful speakers as Nora Roberts - yes, Nora, Barbara Delinsky, James Patterson who said he can write anywhere and more than one book at a time, Nicholas Sparks, Dave Barry, & Erin Brocovich. I feel like I am forgetting someone. Yes, Suzanne Brockmann also a great speaker and very generous in giving out prizes at the signing. I was supposed to be somewhere else that day, but plans got cancelled so I got to see Suz speak.

Re: The Guernsey Literary And Potato Peel Pie Society (1:21pm July 5, 2009):

What I did for Love by Susan Elizabeth Phillips. I always enjoy her books and she doesnt write very many. There was not much of a plot and the characters I found to be very annoying - the heroine put up with a lot of nonsense from the hero. So sorry to have say this, but you asked...LOL.

Re: The Concubine (10:49am February 14, 2009):

Thanks for offering up this prize.

Happy Valentine's Day to All. A gift card is always a wonderful gift, especially if for a bookstore. LOL.

Re: Secret Fantasy (10:48am February 14, 2009):

Happy Valentine's Day to one all.

I am going to babysit my 3 mo old granddaughter as her parents go out to lunch, then hubby and I will go out for a bite for dinner.

Enjoy.

Re: The Secret Life of Bees (12:56pm February 8, 2009):

I also try to read the book first as it is always better. Message in a Bottle - the movie cannot compare to the book which I thought was awesome.

I did not read The Memory Keeper's Daughter but the lifetime movie was fantastic - the ending was gutwrenching. I just loved Phoeboe.

Re: Made To Be Broken (12:54pm February 8, 2009):

I devoured the Virgin Books too - I read the first 3 as I knew the Christmas one was coming out soon and I was not disappointed - am so glad there will be several more. Have to get my hands on the lastest.

I am starting the lastest Catherine Anderson book, just finished The Girl Most likely by Susan Donovan - enjoyed it also.

Re: Whisper of Warning (7:45pm January 24, 2009):

Thanks for offering up this bundle of books; am always looking to add to my tbr. LOL.

Pat L.

Re: Kissing Games Of The World (7:24am December 30, 2008):

Really enjoyed reading your tale of writing. It amazes me; many authors say, their characters speaks to them, ruling or running the book. I think anyone who can write a "lie" to make money has talent. LOL.

Pat L.

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