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116 comments posted.

Re: Geared For The Grave (12:54pm December 2, 2014):

Sounds like a very interesting book to read. I love reading a book from an author I have not had the opportunity to read before, so I hope to be lucky and win...thank you so much

Re: Firewall (6:09am July 10, 2014):

I have not read your books, however knowing what steps you put together along with a great storyline and the characters that tell the story, makes me want to dig into Brainstorm....now! Thank you

Re: Muffin But Murder (5:12pm June 30, 2014):

I love a good cozy mystery that shows a bit of humor, interesting characters with a good storyline. While I haven't had the opportunity to read your books, just reading the excerpt makes me want to get a copy, snuggle down and read...read...read. Thank you

Re: The Miracle Thief (8:46am April 28, 2014):

I believe in miracles and always hope and prey that one happens for those in need. Miracles are all around us and come when you least expect them.

Re: The Red-Hot Chili Cook-Off (5:45am April 4, 2014):

Oh my goodness, I just really need to read this book in full. After reading the excerpt, I want to immediately; read the book, meet the characters, eat chili (love the recipes) and visit Cadillac, Texas.

Re: Rising Assets (5:38am April 4, 2014):

I am so glad that authors "hear voices", it makes a book more interesting, especially when the authors talk back in print. I think its really called having a wonderful imagination and being able to write what you see and hear. If the book is something I am interested in, I hate to leave a page just to do something like answer a phone or the doorbell. Your latest book sounds just like a good one to get lost in.

Re: Her Summer with the Marine (6:24am March 18, 2014):

I love books with quirky characters...pretty much like real life is. Throw in a good storyline that is well written and you have a great book to read. I would love to win this contest. Period.

Re: The Prosecutor (6:24am March 5, 2014):

I haven't had the opportunity to read your books yet, but this one sounds like a very good one to start with. I love that you make the characters strong, interesting and one's you want to know. Thank you for the contest.

Re: Degree of Risk (4:13pm March 2, 2014):

This book sounds like it has it all including a great cover to entice a reader. Just reading the excerpt, I wanted to continue reading it. Thank you for this book and the opportunity to win a copy.

Re: High-Heeled Wonder (7:42am February 18, 2014):

I shop at DSW and have for many years. While I didn't think of it when buying shoes and purses there, now I know every time I do......and thank you for writing this book. Sounds like a very well dressed book with very interesting characters.

Re: Deep in My Heart (6:18am February 12, 2014):

Love the opportunity to read a book on love....hot love and chocolate. Sounds like a good read.

Re: Town In A Strawberry Swirl (6:13am February 12, 2014):

I would love to live in a town like this! What a good story line and who doesn't like fresh berries and more.

Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: Aksum (6:28am February 3, 2014):

Sounds like a good mystery book. I haven't read your books yet, but after about it want to put on my read first list.

Re: The Roses Underneath (7:05am January 31, 2014):

This is your first novel? Well it certainly appears to be a book that includes so much that anyone would want to read. I would enjoy the opportunity to read the book and thank you for the opportunity to win a copy. Good luck going forward.

Re: The Wedding Game (7:01am January 31, 2014):

This book sounds so very interesting, just as interesting as your personal life does. I love weddings, cake and the thought of happy ever after. Please keep writing so we can enjoy your books

Re: Teacup Turbulence (6:01am January 27, 2014):

Ahh, what a better way to spend a cold, cold miserably frigid day than to being snuggled up reading a nice mystery and suspense book....and it includes peoples best friends....need to read these book

Re: Wishing On Buttercups (5:58am January 27, 2014):

Sounds like a really good book, one that many of us can relate to.

Re: Poison Town (6:47am January 24, 2014):

This book has it all....mystery, lies, greed, scandal, based on a town in Ohio and a great storyline! Just what a person wants in a well written book. WOW!

Re: Limoncello Yellow (6:43am January 14, 2014):

WOW! This book has it all: mystery, thriller, love, location, interesting characters all included in one book. Can't wait as I love a good mystery to read.

Re: The Harlot's Tale (6:39am January 14, 2014):

I haven't had the opportunity to read your books yet, but certainly will do so after reading the synopsis of your latest book! You have certainly piqued my interest and can't wait. Thank you

Re: Murder on the Orient Espresso (6:50am December 30, 2013):

What a fun book to have and read on a cold and snowy day, curled up in front of the fireplace with my favorite coffee! Sounds like a great read and would be my first of your writings. Thanks you

Re: Restless Spirit (11:46am December 23, 2013):

I was born and lived in a small town, but relocated many times to larger cities due to jobs. I honestly prefer small towns and believe your get closer to your roots and your family....no matter how "weird or funny" they could be. Like the sound of this new book, thank you. Merry Christmas

Re: How Beauty Met the Beast (7:15am December 21, 2013):

Thank you for putting such interesting characters into your storylines. I love it when there is such a mix that holds your attention from the first page to the last.

Re: Take Over at Midnight (6:26pm December 20, 2013):

I am so sorry I haven't read your books, but after reading about your latest one, it will be on my to read list! How do you decide about your storyline and characters? Thank you.

Re: Fighting Love (12:41pm December 16, 2013):

I have not had the pleasure to read your books yet, but this one certainly sounds like one to curl up by the fireplace, with a cup of spicy tea, quietly reading page after page all the while reminiscing about those "friends" you had a romantic thought about. Thank you so much.

Re: The Intangibles (6:41am December 16, 2013):

Thank you for writing this story that aligns with many of your readers past. We all can relate on different levels. Congratulations on your latest book, please keep bringing these characters to life for us.

Re: Thrown (6:32am December 16, 2013):

I love news books to read that have humor and keep my interest. Although I have never had horses, love to read about them and they people they own. Thank you

Re: Tangling with the CEO (6:07am December 10, 2013):

I actually prefer a mix of both...depending on my day. Thank you for writing great stories.

Re: Everlasting Enchantment (2:07pm December 6, 2013):

Hmm....I believe I would be a wolf, If I had to choose what type of shifter I would be....

Re: The Blake Legacy (2:02pm December 6, 2013):

Congratulations on the new site and thank you for the oppty to win!

Re: Hustlin' Texas (10:44am December 5, 2013):

Thank you and Fresh Fiction for having such wonderful contests and blogs. This is how we learn about all the great stories and authors who have new books for us to read. Have a wonderful Texas Christmas!

Re: Rugged Hearts (6:30pm December 4, 2013):

I am so blessed to have the family I have, even with all our warts, whines and tears. We love each other and no matter where we are in this big country of ours, we always know that one of us needs a little telephone call to say hi and that we are loved.

Re: Down Range (6:14am December 3, 2013):

I love the fact that you have the background to go with writing such good books, makes for a more interesting read for your readers. Love the series.

Re: Goddess Legacy (6:11am December 3, 2013):

Love to read different types of books and your latest sounds so good. Thank you

Re: Billionaire Blend (6:02am December 3, 2013):

There is nothing like a good cup of coffee, with a sweet treat to have while reading a good book....Billionaire Blend sounds just about right. Thank you

Re: Three Timeless Loves (10:15am November 29, 2013):

If I could go back in time, I would want to have my family all be with me, those that are gone forever and those that are still part of this world. Your books all seem to capture the spirit of days of yesterday, making one want to see just what it was like then

Re: Black Widow Demon (10:09am November 29, 2013):

I am a TV junkie. Plain and simple, I love watching my regular shows, but always excited when there is some new series to watch, hoping it doesn't get canceled as many of the ones I like or get hooked on seem to. I must have low expectations or not part of the in crowd (meaning the right age group of 18 year olds - I am much older and less hip or not hip at all!#@&%)

Re: The Pieces We Keep (4:09pm November 26, 2013):

Thank you for writing this story, it sounds like a book that one can just get lost in, and knowing its based on truth. Thank you

Re: Aloha Rose (6:57am November 26, 2013):

My husband and I went to Hawaii years ago and wish we could visit once again. We hated to get on that plane to return to our reality. Your book reminds me of that special place, especially with snow coming our way....brrrr. Thank you

Re: Hard As It Gets (10:40am November 25, 2013):

I would love to read this book....and I love puppies...can give them a good home!

Re: Home for Christmas (10:37am November 25, 2013):

With my family scattered all over the country, its so difficult to get everyone together, making the holidays a little sad at times, especially knowing that there are family members no longer living that are missed. Decorating, and baking for the holidays has always been the most fun time of the year, bringing so many memories back you can almost see them as if they were immediate and real.

Re: Otherworld (10:33am November 25, 2013):

My dream has been to be able to talk with my mother who passed away a few years back. I want to talk about all the things we didn't get to talk about because of time, distance and just to let her know how much I really miss her.

Re: Norse Jewel (10:28am November 21, 2013):

Just brings back memories of my "first pumpkin pie" for my husband. I must have forgot some ingredient, not sure what it was. It looked fine going into the oven (at least to me, but coming out of the oven after the timer went off, was this "thing" that looked like a pizza, only a pumpkin pizza. Crust wasn't too bad looking, nor did it taste bad. However, at the bottom of the "pie" was my filling - sitting there looking deflated, like all the air was gone out of it. To this day, my husband and I laugh about my first pie, of which thankfully I have been able to make a great pie that tastes and looks like a real pie.

Re: Lies that Bind (4:12pm November 20, 2013):

What would I do with a million dollars? After I revived myself from passing out, I would pay off my house, buy a little house in a warm climate....Arizona sounds nice...hmmm. The rest would go into the bank for living....retired and never seems to be enough money does it? It sounds like you have done very well...you have turned out a great daughter, have a career as a writer that you worked hard for and you have a good sense of humor...Have a great Thanksgiving.

Re: A Song At Twilight (11:48am November 18, 2013):

Another great story that I can hardly wait to read. Thank you.

Re: Once A Seal (7:05am November 15, 2013):

What an interesting storyline, one that makes you feel you are part of it. Thank you.

Re: Dangerous Connections (7:02am November 15, 2013):

Oh my goodness does this book sound like a real page turner or what! I can't wait to read it. Thank you for such wonderful books.

Re: Have You Any Rogues? (6:54am November 15, 2013):

Thank you for writing such captivating storylines. I am so looking forward to reading more of your books, especially with winter coming on, I can take a nice cup of hot tea, sit by the fireplace and read away....

Re: Shenandoah Crossings (6:24pm November 14, 2013):

Who hasn't thought about running away and being chased by a handsome man determined to bring the woman he loves back...to reality? Your book appears to have a great storyline, one where you could lose yourself if only for a short time.

Re: Texas Tango (6:20pm November 14, 2013):

Texas Tango sounds like a very intriguing book. One where I could just brew some coffee, find a quiet place to snuggle in and read away. Hope to win one of your cute ornaments...love swag and always think of being a winner at something. Thank you

Re: The Namesake (11:15am November 12, 2013):

I am looking forward to be able to read your book. I believe that many of your readers can relate to the storyline in one way or the other. When a family member passes and their is little or no closer due to having grown apart, many emotions pop up with the sudden loss. My mother passed away shortly after my family decided to return back to our hometown, to be closer to family - we had been gone for many years, so it was exciting to be coming home. My emotions were running in many directions, and I can only say that I wished I had returned sooner to be able to spend more time with "mom" before she passed, and I miss her so much. Thank you for taking the time and thought into writing this book - it sounds like one from the heart.

Re: Bikers and Pearls (5:15am November 12, 2013):

I love to read...period. It is my "secret place" where I can read, use my imagination and reading has always been my way of getting away from things that stress me, cause me worry, or just plain relaxing my mind. For book readers, I love to give books that match the reader as they have a finer appreciation of the gift.

Re: Daughter Of The God-King (7:40am November 9, 2013):

I love a good mystery, but one that is also a thriller is just what the "book doctor" ordered for a relaxing winter weekend. A good book, a nice cuppa tea, a few little calorie free cookies (not really, but some tasty ones are ok) a nice comfy chair, and let your imagination flow! Thank you for writing a book that piques my attention.

Re: Upon a Winter's Night (4:53pm November 6, 2013):

Christmas is being with family and enjoying talking with each other about the days gone by and family members no longer with us. Memories.

Re: The Christmas Cookie Collection (10:06am October 29, 2013):

Your latest book has it all.....one that once you make the cookies, you can take a few for yourself, sit down in your favorite comfy chair with a nice cup of tea and read, read, and read to the very last page. Besides, you doesn't like cookies and a good book? Thank you.

Re: The Wishing Thread (1:03pm October 28, 2013):

As one with little if any "creative" talent such as knitting or crocheting, I always admired those that do have the talent they want to share with others. My mother in law was like that. She gave each of children and grandchildren in the family that she knitted and we now look back remembering her and her being so thoughtful....we think about her whenever we coverup with one of her afgahns ( her word).

Re: The Circle Of Thirteen (12:58pm October 28, 2013):

As a woman of "today" I like the fact that you incorporate a woman in the story line....one where I want to see what happens from page one to finish. I just happen to like to read snuggled into my comfy chair with a nice cup of tea and read away.

Re: Cinderella Screwed Me Over (8:10am October 24, 2013):

I like Snow White. What if she had a rather not so innocent past?

Re: The Butterfly Sister (11:54am October 19, 2013):

I love mysteries. I love October. I love to read a good book that makes me snuggle in my favorite chair, drinking a good cup of tea just reading away. Your book sounds so inviting and meets all the things that I love. Thank you for the opportunity.

Re: Run The Risk (11:58am October 17, 2013):

I honestly love reading books that are in a series, you begin to know the characters, understand them and all the wonderful things they get themselves in and out of. Can't wait to read your latest book.

Re: Heartbreak Ranch (11:55am October 17, 2013):

I have not read many romance books but love the premise of this book....sounds like a good book to get lost in...romance, cowboys, and being young (if only young at heart!)

Re: Bare Knuckle (11:52am October 17, 2013):

I do enjoy reading series of books, you begin to know so much about the characters that you feel connected. Your latest sounds like a nice book to enjoy in your favorite chair with a nice cup of tea....

Re: Behind the Shattered Glass (11:49am October 17, 2013):

I believe that all choices would be honorable to provide ones livelihood, all would be difficult regardless of choice. I would prefer to lay fires at 5 am....as I am an early riser and it would be more suitable for me. Don't we all have it much easier in this day, thankfully.

Re: The Children of the Mist (7:47am October 13, 2013):

Your book has so many interesting turns to it - keeping you turning each page with anticipation, that you have to just have to have it!

Re: Jude (5:54pm October 9, 2013):

My goodness, this is a book to reflect on, how power can lead our lives and those around us. This book sounds like a sit up in bed with the covers close at hand to hide our heads into. thank you!

Re: The Volatile Amazon (7:09am October 4, 2013):

Its funny that so many kids hated to hear a parent say something like "when I was your age or in my day", but as we grow older, we seem to become our parents or more like them in many ways. My mother has passed and I wish I could hear her many stories....in my day or when I was your age...one more time. I now laugh about her stories...

Re: Long Shot (10:41am October 1, 2013):

Sounds like a really good book, and I have always wanted to know more about the kilt and the man who wears it. Thank you

Re: To Wed A Wicked Highlander (3:46pm September 20, 2013):

I dread the thought of another winter.... one where the Farmers Almanac says it will be colder than ever and more snow than ever! How is that possible? Oh why oh why did I leave the sunbelt????? LOL

Re: The Sheik Retold (4:47pm September 13, 2013):

It sounds steamy and can't wait to read your latest!

Re: It Takes Two To Tangle (4:44pm September 13, 2013):

I always wanted a name I thought was like my friends, you know something cute like Linda, Patty, Suzy...normal. No I had a name that was spelled and was pronounced different than it looked and no one ever called me or said it right. I always wanted a cute nickname...same thing...just called by my mispronounced misspelled name...forever! So if you had a nickname or name you liked.....super for you! Just call me envy. lol

Re: Luther: The Calling (6:15pm September 5, 2013):

This book sounds like one where you won't put it down until the last page is written, and perhaps you set it aside for a while and then read it again finding something new each time.

Re: What the Bride Wore (6:55am August 31, 2013):

Who doesn't want to read books about love, romance and yes I enjoy reading a good mystery too! Thank you for the opportunity.

Re: The Blood Gospel (6:45am August 31, 2013):

What an interesting combination for a story line. One with something for everyone's interest, a book that piques my interest as it is a mystery, and sounds like something I can sink my teeth into reading through to the final page. Thank you

Re: A Rancher's Christmas (6:23am August 28, 2013):

Growing up in a small town, I always wanted to go to the library where I could lose myself in all the different books. Once I grew up and relocated to different cities both small and large, the library was central for me and my family. Now we have our Kindles to read our favorite authors latest books. But, its always nice to get a "book" at Christmas no matter what format it comes in. Christmas is a favorite family holiday.

Re: Strung Out To Die (7:47am August 19, 2013):

My goodness, I never knew anything about cozy mysteries before reading your story! I can attest that I am hooked and wanting more. As a woman and an avid reader of mysteries and thrillers which are my favorite types of books to read, especially when you can learn something you can relate to or never knew. Now I find myself salivating to read your latest book! Thank you

Re: Beneath the Dover Sky (8:15am August 18, 2013):

I have not had the opportunity to read your books, but after reading a little about you and your books, it makes me want to hunker down with a spot of tea and begin...

Re: The Amish Seamstress (8:11am August 18, 2013):

I love the name Izzy, it is my grand daughters nickname, so this starts out making the story special to me. I think we can all learn from our families and our put that information to good use for our future.

Re: Once Upon A Tartan (8:46am August 16, 2013):

I envy those wonderful individuals with the talent to put their thoughts, imagination and work experience into writing stories that keep people reading page after page and wishing for more. I always wanted to write, and the fear of failing, lack of confidence and the imagination needed perhaps has been my nemeses. Please keep writing so I can keep on reading!

Re: Three Days on Mimosa Lane (8:32am August 16, 2013):

Love this story! I would say my mother while not highly educated who had a food service job that did not pay very well to say the least, so having an over abundance of money for "cool clothing" for me to wear, and little money to spend on food, would buy just enough meat on payday that she would give me her share so I could have it. She tired so very hard with what she had.

Re: Love On A Midsummer Night (7:30am August 8, 2013):

Don't we all reflect back on our lives, loves and wishes of what we could have been. This book seems to be just that based on Shakespeare, which is so romantic and more. Thank you for bringing this story to your readers.

Re: A Father For Her Triplets (8:01am August 5, 2013):

I love the "teaser" you have written about your latest book. Having never had the opportunity to read your books, after retiring from the work force, I am playing catch up...thank you

Re: Date with Destiny (7:56am August 5, 2013):

I am an avid reader and find that there are so many different books by some amazingly talented writers that I want to read. I think we all have many things in common, and that is we all can look back into our lives and enjoy the memories, but learn from them to better prepare ourselves for on going challenges that life brings to us. Thank you for what appears to be a very interesting book.

Re: Plain Fear: Forgiven (9:16pm August 1, 2013):

We all want a bad boy at least once in our lives, but the more
we mature and settle down, we look for a good guy. We just
never forget the memories and exciting fun we had with the bad
boy! Can't wait to read your books.

Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: London (9:03pm July 30, 2013):

I have often thought about writing a book, but have never felt
confident to actually do so. How I envy your talent and
appreciate your encoragement, I also have felt your pain in
your critique! Please keep writing your stories.

Re: The Outcast Prince (1:18pm July 27, 2013):

I have never read a paranormal romance book, but would love the opportunity to read your book which sounds so very interesting. Thank you

Re: Traveling Light (1:14pm July 27, 2013):

Don't we all see people and pretend from time to time that we are one of them.....just like when we were kids, someone was always more interesting than we were. Once you grow up, your thoughts can take you places you have never been, and your thoughts can allow you to pretend you are someone you are not.

Re: The Officer And The Secret (4:06pm July 19, 2013):

Haven't read your books, but this one sounds so good, too good to miss!

Re: Meet Me At The Cupcake Cafe (4:04pm July 19, 2013):

I love to eat (who doesn't?) and cupcakes in the title, yum! Makes you want to have some coffee, a cupcake and your new book! Woo Hoo!

Re: Masters of The Cats: Collaring The Saber-Tooth (7:21am July 1, 2013):

Your book sounds.. Hot! I love a mixture of elements in a book, they keep you interested and you feel you are almost part of the characters. I don't do hot and humid well either, but take it over the snow, sleet and cold, as long as I can have a good book to read. Thank you!

Re: Luck of the Dragon (11:36am June 28, 2013):

You have a great sense of humor and just reading your banter, it was so much fun!

Re: Smoking Hot (11:33am June 28, 2013):

We all need an angel in our lives, even if we find them in a book. Your books are so interesting and I can't wait to read this one

Re: Wish You Were Here (11:31am June 28, 2013):

Reading is and always has been my place to escape to. As an only child of a divorced mother, I was often left with devices as to entertain myself. I read so many books and stories that I could almost imagine myself part of the people in the stories. I still love to read to this day, its my recreation of sorts, while many other people golf, play tennis, etc., my get out my kindle and read, never having to leave my most comfy chair or sit on the porch on the glider. Thank you for your books and stories, I don't know which one I will become today.....

Re: Rescuing Dawn (6:41am June 18, 2013):

My best friend always has my back, and I have his....my husband!

Re: Opposing Forces (6:55am June 15, 2013):

I have never had the opportunity to read your books, but after reading your excerpts, I am looking forward to my first book of yours. Thank you so much for loving romances.

Re: One Day in Apple Grove (4:37pm June 13, 2013):

Sorry I have not attended the event....not in my neck of the woods, but would love to. Keep writing these wonderful books.....

Re: Billion Dollar Cowboy (4:35pm June 13, 2013):

Ah nothing like a sexy cowboy.....yee haw. Love the characters and stories you write about!

Re: Dead, White, And Blue (12:01pm May 30, 2013):

I think what keeps relationships in books interesting is the mystery each of us has, while we continue to grow as individuals. Thank you for writing such great books!

Re: Long Simmering Spring (7:12am May 29, 2013):

Everyone has made mistakes, and second chances are always hoped for. Thank you for writing this book.

Re: Lady Vivian Defies A Duke (2:43pm May 24, 2013):

Your book sounds, so very interesting and just what makes a great beach read!

Re: The Begonia Bribe (2:40pm May 24, 2013):

I haven't had an opportunity to read your books....yet. However from what I have previewed, I will be searching for them from now on. Your cover is so "catchy" and got my attention immediately.

Re: Yesterday's Echo (10:30am May 22, 2013):

I missed many chances of doing what I really wanted to do, and now have reached an age where I have the memories of what I should have done but didn't! This book sounds like an exciting mystery, thriller and just can't put it down book! Thank you for writing it!

Re: When The Morning Glory Blooms (10:14am May 22, 2013):

I have lost family and friends through distance and just being so busy with my own life. However, its when you get older that you realize how important those memories of friends and family are that you keep remembering them, brining sweet thoughts

Re: A Healing Heart (10:08am May 22, 2013):

A memory quilt and a love story in one book....I just love to read something that I could relate to, and this is the book that puts a smile on my face.

Re: Flora's Wish (10:05am May 22, 2013):

I love your books, true romantic at heart!

Re: Last Chance For Justice (9:18am May 20, 2013):

I love mysteries and thrillers using my Kindle Fire HD, and especially fast paced books. Please keep writing such good ones that you do.

Re: The Last Telegram (2:54pm April 25, 2013):

I love the story line of your new book, and look forward to reading more going forward. Thank you!

Re: Tactical Strike (6:34am April 12, 2013):

This book sounds wonderful and look forward to others you have written.

Re: Flirting Under A Full Moon (6:32am April 12, 2013):

Have not had the opportunity to read your books yet, but they sound exciting!

Re: Sins of a Ruthless Rogue (2:50pm April 3, 2013):

I am new to your books, and can hardly wait to read the first one.

Re: A Shot Of Sultry (2:49pm April 3, 2013):

Best gift I ever got was a trip to Hawaii.....so long ago, and can still feel this great feeling of being somewhere just so warm and unfamiliar

Re: Revenge On Route 66 (2:46pm April 3, 2013):

I love these books!

Re: Second Chance (2:44pm April 3, 2013):

I am new to your books, but what I have read are great!

Re: Sinner's Heart (2:12pm April 3, 2013):

I can hardly wait to read all of these books!

Re: Lush (10:17am April 3, 2013):

Love your books!

Re: Wait Until Dark (5:53am March 1, 2013):

Can't wait to read your books for the first time, they sound great

Re: An Encounter at the Museum (5:28am March 1, 2013):

I enjoy reading, and love to have the time to do it more often when I can.

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