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Re: Burn For Me (4:29pm April 1, 2020):
I like looking at what's new in romance and going thru the
bargain books. Even though I already have plenty of
bookmarks I look thru those also.
Re: Tempest (10:30pm March 27, 2020):
Also like Thea Harrison.
Re: Tempest (9:21pm March 25, 2020):
For comfort I would probably read a romantic suspense by
Nora Roberts or Laura Griffin.
Re: Love Under Protection (9:09pm March 25, 2020):
A Broadway musical.
Re: The Operator (9:59pm March 11, 2020):
Re: Sweet On You (9:36pm February 29, 2020):
I would see a Broadway musical.
Re: You Had Me at Wolf (12:46pm February 27, 2020):
I like the hero or heroine being able to shift to help other
people or get out of a predicament.
Re: An Inconvenient Duke (12:35pm February 26, 2020):
I like a bit of humor and some adventure or a problem the
hero can help the heroine with.
Re: Calling on Quinn (12:22pm February 26, 2020):
I prefer salty but have a thing for chocolate.
Re: In Search of Truth (11:22pm February 24, 2020):
Re: A SEAL Always Wins (11:14pm February 24, 2020):
They are committed to doing what's right and to protecting
Re: The Winter Companion (10:43pm February 14, 2020):
Re: Beach Haven (12:57pm February 14, 2020):
Re: The Solid Grounds Coffee Company (12:53pm February 14, 2020):
Re: Storm from the East (12:34pm February 14, 2020):
Re: Once Upon a Sunset (12:23pm February 14, 2020):
Steak and potatoes.
Re: Forbidden Promises (12:20pm February 14, 2020):
Friends to lovers.
Re: Highland Sword (12:30pm February 13, 2020):
I'm better at cooking. The older I get the less I like
Re: Fair Weather Enemies (12:26pm February 13, 2020):
In historical romances the men seem more heroic and the
women more determined to be independent. And different ways
of life are interesting.
Re: Must Love Forever (10:04pm February 10, 2020):
I would like to see a Broadway musical.
Re: Defending Zara (2:00am February 10, 2020):
Nothing beats a Hershey bar.
Re: Lucky Chance Cowboy (10:40pm February 1, 2020):
I thought Lassie was wonderful when I was a kid.
Re: Wicked Cowboy Wolf (10:28pm January 30, 2020):
The hero or heroine being able to shift and have special
abilities to help people.
Re: Cold Nose, Warm Heart (1:54am January 29, 2020):
Re: Whiteout (1:49am January 29, 2020):
I would not be able to survive.
Re: Inherent Truth (1:36am January 29, 2020):
I have a lot of series books. Two of my favorites are Virgin
River by Robyn Card and Elder Races by Thea Harrison.
Re: Secret Mountain Hideout (7:29pm January 24, 2020):
The characters and how they interact.
Re: Loki Ascending (1:19pm January 9, 2020):
I would love to be able to fly.
Re: A Cowboy Never Quits (1:17pm January 4, 2020):
When I was a kid a lot of the TV shows and movies were about
cowboys and they were handsome heros.
Re: Pathfinder (2:28pm January 1, 2020):
Must go way, way back to growing up watching cowboy series
on tv and all those handsome cowboys in the movies who
always saved the day and the woman.
Re: Risk It All (3:55am December 30, 2019):
I would prefer mountains.
Re: A Wedding in December (1:33am December 9, 2019):
Getting to see my daughter and my grandchildren!
Re: Capturing the Heart of a Rock Star (10:49pm September 10, 2019):
Sounds like great story.
Re: I've Got You, Babe (12:45pm September 1, 2019):
I would like to read this book! The plot sounds great. Love
Re: Temptation (2:24pm August 29, 2019):
Sounds like a fun read.
Re: How to Cross a Marquess (6:17pm August 28, 2019):
I like the enemies to lovers element. The snakes sound
Re: Unbreak Me (4:26pm August 20, 2019):
Re: The Book Charmer (2:21am August 11, 2019):
Sounds like a great story.
Re: A SEAL Never Quits (8:57pm July 30, 2019):
SEALs undercover on a ranch! I want to read this!
Re: Wicked Highland Ways (2:01am June 4, 2019):
I like fall because of the leaves turning amazing colors and
the cooler air
Re: A Phoenix Is Forever (10:06pm March 31, 2019):
I love paranormal romance!
Re: A Lord Apart (10:02pm March 31, 2019):
Sounds interesting and has a pretty cover.
Re: In Her Sights (10:25pm March 27, 2019):
I loved the Search and Rescue series. Looking forward to
starting on Bounty Hunters.
Re: Let Me Love You (10:37pm February 27, 2019):
I like the story line!
Re: Just Once (1:17am January 20, 2019):
I like The Notebook. Like to read all kinds of romance.
Re: Texas Legacy (12:14pm January 16, 2019):
I enjoy reading series with recurring characters.
Re: The Conspiracy (3:41am January 15, 2019):
Would like to read another Kat Martin book.
Re: Decoy Date (3:26am December 12, 2018):
Sounds like a good book
Re: You Had Me at Cowboy (6:14am December 5, 2018):
I have not read a Jennie Marts book but I like cowboy
romances. This one sounds good!
Re: Earl to the Rescue (3:33am November 28, 2018):
I would like to read this book!
Re: My Forever Home (1:09am November 27, 2018):
Sounds good. I like the idea of reading the dogs' point of
Re: Feels Like Falling (10:16pm November 19, 2018):
Sounds like a story I would love.
Re: Cowboy Christmas Jubilee (12:06pm November 3, 2018):
Sounds like a good book to me.
Re: Christmas Wishes and Mistletoe Kisses (11:57pm November 2, 2018):
I think I would enjoy this story. Love grumpy heros.
Re: Just This Once (4:34pm October 19, 2018):
The friend-to-lovers trope is a favorite of mine.
Re: Wild On My Mind (6:55pm October 3, 2018):
Sounds like a great story. Second chance romance with someone who was basically a bully to you in high school.
Re: More Than a Phoenix (11:43pm September 29, 2018):
I read romances because they always end well. I need all the
happy I can get
Re: How the Earl Entices (9:53pm September 13, 2018):
I learned something new today. Thanks! Would love to read your book.
Re: A Kiss, a Dance & a Diamond (3:20am April 8, 2018):
Love the cowboy stories.
Re: Last Chance Cowboys: The Rancher (4:58pm March 31, 2018):
Cowboys are handsome just because they're cowboys. I grew up
watching cowboy movies and loved them.
Re: Highland Conquest (4:10am February 21, 2018):
I would like to explore a castle.
Re: Hunted (6:07am February 13, 2018):
Shelter in Place by Nora Roberts.
Wild Hunger by Chloe Neill
Re: Secret Agent Surrender (9:26pm January 17, 2018):
Sounds like an awesome Intrigue trilogy!
Re: The Lacemaker (6:58pm January 14, 2018):
I have not worn historical clothing but I enjoy the fancy many layered dresses I see in historical movies.
Re: Earl Interrupted (6:58pm January 7, 2018):
I don't like any of them. They sound too desperate. He should just tell her what he feels without all the embellishments.
Re: Heart on Fire (6:42pm January 7, 2018):
My grandchildren! They are so sweet. I love movies and books.
Re: Collision Course (6:37pm January 7, 2018):
It's a good plan. But he has to just be himself or it will all fall apart.
Re: One Summer Night (2:15am October 5, 2017):
Love the Marvel and DC movies. Captain America is my favorite Marvel hero. Wonder Woman movie is awesome. I like romances. I think the best recent one is Brooklyn.
Re: Elliott Redeemed (10:48pm September 5, 2017):
Have not read any of your books but this one sounds interesting.
Re: The Lost Vampire (10:15pm August 3, 2017):
Do you work on one book at a time or go back and forth between books in the series?
Re: Stealing Mr. Right (8:41pm March 8, 2017):
Sounds like a good book. Have not read a Tamara Morgan story yet.
Re: A Family Under the Christmas Tree (10:03pm November 2, 2016):
Re: The Bear Who Loved Me (8:19pm October 8, 2016):
I've been struggling with depression for over 40 years. Everyone was of the opinion that it was my idea to be depressed. About 10 years ago I finally got some help in form of an antidepressant. It's still a battle. Sometimes instead of fighting it I just let myself wallow a day or two. I know I will always fight with self loathing but I will also have good times.
Re: A Very Jaguar Christmas (8:04pm October 8, 2016):
I start getting busy thinking about buying gifts and digging out the tree a week before Christmas. I do love the holiday, I'm just a procrastinator.
Re: Silent Night Shadows (7:55pm October 8, 2016):
Forty-five years ago as a teenager I was pretty ignorant and took a lot of risks. Today, not so much
Re: Every Bride Needs a Groom (7:51pm October 8, 2016):
There are a couple of movies that I can count on for laughs if I need a lift.
Re: Siren's Call (3:20am June 3, 2015):
I am a fan of both paranormal romance and Native American characters. Your books sound interesting to me and I like the Nocturne line.