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Re: The Tenth Chamber (6:18pm July 31, 2014):
The books looks great and thanks for the list. I am almost finished with my first book. It looks like I have a lot to learn. I already know that you are so right about #4.
Re: Her Secret, His Surprise (6:15pm July 31, 2014):
Looks great! I can't wait to read it.
Re: Miss Molly Robbins Designs A Seduction (8:49pm February 6, 2014):
Your book sounds really interesting. It should be a fun one to read.
Re: The Roses Underneath (9:55pm January 31, 2014):
Congratulations on your first novel. I'm looking forward to reading it. Art is definitely worth saving. It represents the past in a tangible way. Art is a part of history that we should strive to save and preserve.
Re: The Wedding Game (9:51pm January 31, 2014):
Thanks for sharing. I am looking forward to reading your book.
Re: Love Songs for the Road (2:10pm January 22, 2014):
Congratulations on publishing your first book. I'll add it
to my to-read list.
Re: Between A Rake And A Hard Place (9:40pm January 17, 2014):
Personally, I like the romantic balls.
Re: More Than A Touch (9:37pm January 17, 2014):
Great list. I love a strong heroine, but I'm drawn the heros. I'm usually drawn to the underdogs. I think what makes a book real for me is the depth and honesty of the characters. I need to feel the chemistry between the characters. One set of character that are on my keep shelf are Matthew and Diana from "A Discovery of Witches". If you like witches and vampires, this one is great. Anyway, I'm looking forward to reading your latest book.
Re: One Rogue Too Many (9:26pm January 17, 2014):
My first crush was with a boy in my pre-school class. My parents have a picture of us at about age 5 in little graduation hats. I haven't thought about that in years.
Re: Sadie's Secret (9:18pm January 17, 2014):
I have always liked lady detective stories. Looks like an interesting read. Thanks for the chance to win.
Re: Now or Never (11:17pm January 15, 2014):
I also believe that is never to too late for love. I am looking forward to reading both books in this series. Thanks for the chance to win.
Re: What the Heart Wants (5:07pm January 10, 2014):
Thank you so much for the copy of the book and for sponsoring the sweepstakes. I loaded it onto my kindle, and I am looking forward to reading it.
Re: Shadowed By Grace (5:01pm January 10, 2014):
Your new book sounds intriguing. I am looking forward to reading it.
Re: Songs of Shenandoah (4:55pm January 10, 2014):
When I really get into a book and it's characters, sometimes those characters stay with me for life. I often find myself comparing them with characters in new books that I start reading. I find myself thinking, I wish this new hero was more like the one who will be forever engrained in my memory. After a while, I usually learn to appreciate the new hero for his own merits.
Re: Lord Of The Hunt (12:49pm January 9, 2014):
I agree with you about happy endings. There are couple of authors that I practically refuse to read anymore because I am always torn apart with the hero or heroine dies in the end. Congrats on your new book. I am looking forward to reading it.
Re: The Magic Between Us (12:44pm January 9, 2014):
The story about your son is amazing. I'm glad you found a way to help him discover a love for reading. As for your new book, I am looking forward to reading it.
Re: The Groom's Gamble (5:28pm January 5, 2014):
I haven't read any of the books from this series yet. They will definitely be added to my "to read very soon" list. Thanks for the chance to win.
Re: What the Heart Wants (5:25pm January 5, 2014):
It sounds like a wonderful book. Thanks for the sweepstakes.
Re: The Temptation of Lady Serena (2:28pm January 3, 2014):
Great passage. I can't wait to read it.
Re: Sunroper (2:52am January 2, 2014):
My day job isn't very exciting either. It's nice to read about character's whose lives are nothing like mine. Thanks for the special on the first book.
Re: Paws For Murder (2:48am January 2, 2014):
I love a good mystery!
Re: The Bad Boy Billionaire's Wicked Arrangement (1:03pm January 1, 2014):
Thanks for excerpt. I can't wait to read it.
Re: The Scandal in Kissing an Heir (1:01pm January 1, 2014):
looks like a great read.
Re: The Trigger (12:02pm January 1, 2014):
I usually don't stockpile too much for potential natural disasters like hurricanes. I just make sure we have enough basics to a last for a few days if we need them. The world around us usually recovers pretty quickly. Good luck with book launches. It sounds interesting.
Re: Bite Me, Your Grace (12:38pm December 17, 2013):
This looks like a great book. Vampires are one of my favorite genres.
Re: A Midsummer Bride (12:33pm November 1, 2013):
I like heroines who are intelligent and can take care of themselves most of the time. I also like it when they need a little help from time to time.
Re: Snowbound With The Soldier (1:20am October 11, 2013):
When I had to work late tonight, my husband had dinner ready for me when I got home.
Re: The Outlaw Knight (11:44pm September 30, 2013):
Sounds like a great story to read.
Re: Virtual Heaven (12:34pm September 4, 2013):
I've never tried a virtual reality game before, but I do like games. It might be an interesting change. I always liked the Zelda and Mario series from Nintendo. I can't wait to read the book. It's on my Amazon wishlist already.
Re: The Good Wife (12:30pm September 4, 2013):
I think it can be possible to love someone too much. I'm looking forward to reading your book.
Re: Never Say No to a Caffarelli (12:09pm September 1, 2013):
My favorite is a slice of homemade applesauce bread with my tea.
PS -- I've read quite of a few of your medical romance novels. Thanks for hours of enjoyment. I'm looking forward to the new book.
Re: The Highlander's Desire (11:51pm August 30, 2013):
I think my favorite story based on a fairy tale is Enchanted.
I'm not sure if it's a book or not. I also like Beauty and
(Amy Kincade 08/30/2013 at 11:50pm)
PS -- Thanks for sponsoring this blog sweepstakes.
Re: Unforeseeable (6:00pm August 30, 2013):
This sounds like a very interesting book. I'm looking forward
to reading it.
Re: The Blood Gospel (5:58pm August 30, 2013):
I think the legend of vampires may actually have come from
some kind of disease that causes extreme paleness and severe
light sensitivity. I think they are so popular because
vampires represent beings of power that can live forever,
gain immense experience, and accumulate great wealth. Since
most people never achieve these goals, it is fun to read
about those do and dream about "what if".
Re: The Mysterious Death Of Miss Jane Austen (12:42pm August 30, 2013):
I can't wait to read your new book. Great topic.
Re: What the Bride Wore (12:40pm August 30, 2013):
Congrats on the new book. I'll put it on my list of books
to read. One of my favorite newer series is by Deborah
Harkness. A Discovery of Witches and the sequel A Shadow of
Night will keep you up nights until you finish them. I am
eagerly awaiting the last book in the series. I will
however be very sad to see it end. Have a great day.
Re: Written in the Stars (11:05pm August 28, 2013):
Thanks for the peek into your lives. I love time travel and reincarnation stories. I'm looking forward to reading yours.
Re: Love Him or Leave Him (10:59pm August 28, 2013):
I still like fairy tale endings too. It may seem old fashioned, but I a woman who could rescue herself but allows a man to help her.
Re: A Rancher's Christmas (10:22pm August 26, 2013):
My "must have" would be a park with walking trails, biking trails, and big lake surrounded by benches. A mom and pop bookstore would be great too.
Re: The Arrangement (11:32pm August 24, 2013):
I don't think I've ever read a book with the premise you set up here. I think I will thoroughly enjoy it. The Survivors Club Series look incredible. I can't wait to start reading them.
Re: Once Upon A Tartan (7:46pm August 15, 2013):
I'm a math professor, and I recently started writing a romance book. I'm over half way done now. I've found it to be a very freeing and invigorating experience so far. This is just a thought, but maybe some lawyers write romance novels as a way to balance the negativity in the personal worlds. A divorce lawyer, for example, must see so much pain and hatred. Writing a romance novel may be a way to create happy endings which probably don't happen very often in their day to day reality.
Re: Three Days on Mimosa Lane (7:21pm August 15, 2013):
When my ex-husband walked out on me around Christmas time one year, one of my closest friends came to stay with me. Her husband was out of a job, but that didn't matter to her. She packed up her two kids and drove over a thousand miles just to make sure that I wasn't alone during my time of crisis.
Re: The Eskimo Hunts in Miami! (11:28pm August 4, 2013):
I'm looking forward to reading your books. They sound intriguing.
Re: Date with Destiny (11:24pm August 4, 2013):
I love the characters Matthew Clemont and Diana Bishop from A Discovery of Witches. Seeing triumph over so many challenges is inspiring.
Re: Jaguar Fever (10:41pm August 1, 2013):
Your book looks very interesting. I've just recently started reading books with shapeshifters. I'll definitely add this to my must read list. Congrats on the book and thanks for the contest.
Re: Tall, Dark, And Vampire (10:38pm August 1, 2013):
I'd like the living through the ages part. It would also be great to acquire essentially unlimited wealth.
Re: The Survivor (12:00pm March 8, 2013):
Our neighborhood has security cameras that connect to a public website a neighborhood watch group. We try to watch out for each other.
Re: Lord Of Darkness (8:32am March 4, 2013):
I have always been fascinated by eighteenth century London. When I read about past times, it makes me turly appreciate the times in which we live today. But in a way, given the proper circumstances, living in London all those years ago would have its own rewards. John and Lady Margaret both seem like very intriguing characters. She had such spirit and determination, and he has definite hero qualities. I look forward to reading this book.