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Rumors aren't the only thing that will stir when Abigail returns to Boone County, Texas.


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Record snow on Easter!
April 20, 2010

12 comments posted.

Re: Deck the Halls With Love (4:09pm January 30, 2013):

Oh, too many to name!! I devour books and it's a common theme with me that I usually fall in love with a secondary character rather than the main hero--because, after all,, he's destined for the heroine, not for me. :) With secondary characters I can imagine myself as their fantasy love interest. :)

Re: Texas Baby Sanctuary (7:16am March 28, 2012):

I've never been to Texas, so reading about it is almost like reading about a foreign country. :) Everything I've heard about Texas sounds exotic and bigger-than-life compared to my experience.

Re: The Storm That Is Sterling (2:35pm November 23, 2011):

The quintessential tormented hero is Heathcliff, of course, but he isn't my favorite. My favorite is Edward Fairfax Rochester. That man was truly tormented every day of his life!

Re: Emily And Einstein (11:00am April 7, 2011):

Stepsister is Jordan

Re: Storm Of Reckoning (4:23pm February 19, 2011):

If your books are half as fun as your blog posts, I'm in! :)

Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (5:34am March 6, 2010):

Love the tennis stories. I would have argued with her that Ivan Lendl was the best of them all. :) And I know exactly which cucumber/onion salad you are talking about because my grandmother made that too. They never wrote down the recipes. There was no need.

Re: Take Me If You Dare (5:22am March 6, 2010):

I know the Oscars are supposed to be about peer recognition, but I wish they'd also include a sampling of everyday moviegoers to help round things out. I'd love to be asked my opinion on all these movies. :)

Re: Island Of The Swans (2:14pm February 8, 2010):

Thanks for the insightful essay.

Re: My Dearest Mr. Darcy (10:19am January 7, 2010):

I have racked my brain to think of a memorable birth scene other than the one from "Gone with the Wind", but I cannot. Guess that implies they weren't all that memorable. :) Your scene, on the other hand, sounds truly memorable if only because we are so familiar with and enamoured of the characters. Would love to read all your books! I have to say also that I love Sourcebooks as a great place to find books set in Austen's world.

Re: Silver Silence (4:08pm October 31, 2009):

I've been a fan of "The Matter of Britain" for years and years and years and... well, as long as I have been able to read the Arthurian cycle has always fascinated me. I especially love it when an author puts her own spin on the legends. I mean, who's to say?

Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (6:33pm September 28, 2009):

I didn't know you spent a lot of time in Tennessee. That's my home state! :)

Re: Bluegrass Christmas (5:56pm September 28, 2009):

Christmas stories are always a treat, but reading one set in bluegrass country (my backyard) is even better!! Can't wait to read it. :)

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