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A welcome second chance… Or a recipe for disaster?

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It might be impossible to put out these flames…Good thing this cowboy can handle the sparks.

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Dead To Me.

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Rip Roaring Regency Romp

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Healing his physical wounds is just the beginning…

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After suffering a horrific injury that threatens to end his career, Baden Oulett is about to learn that sometimes a fresh start is just what the doctor ordered.

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25 comments posted.

Re: Rose House (12:13pm May 24, 2014):

This is most definitely read! The story line is terrific, the cover is very attractive and I love the title! Thanks!

Re: Shadowed By Grace (12:10pm May 24, 2014):

What a wonderful post! Many of the men in our family served and yes, they all deserve our appreciation and respect for their sacrifices so that we may live in freedom!

Re: The Language Of Silence (12:26pm May 9, 2014):

Although I am from the north Eastern part of the country, I too, enjoy Southern fiction. These books both sound very entertaining,

Re: The Warrior (2:19pm May 7, 2014):

This sounds like a great read! I love when stories have a little twist them, and this one sounds like it certainly does.

Re: The Memory Garden (2:17pm May 7, 2014):

My perfect garden would be a spectacular array of roses with lavender and pansies and all the old fashioned flowers our grandmothers grew in their gardens. Sounds a little confused, but, I'd love it!

Re: A Promise In Pieces (2:36pm April 4, 2014):

You sound like you were an adorable child! :)

This book sounds very intriguing and I plan to add it to my TBR list right away. Thank you so much for sharing your f
childhood with us and for offering such an insightful book.

Re: The Red-Hot Chili Cook-Off (2:49pm April 3, 2014):

This book sounds like a real blast! I love the name Bless My Bloomers for a lingerie shop and Cadillac Texas just makes me chuckle. Thanks for the chance to win a copy...but, if I don't win, well, I'll be ordering it for sure!

Re: A Minute on the Lips (3:10pm February 7, 2014):

All of your choices are good. But, I must admit I just love bad boys, no way around it. So, the one I'd add to your list would be Rhett Butler (Gone With the Wind). He was also a sweet hero. I always felt he was heartbroken when he gave up on Scarlett. And, of course the worst possible romantic hero comes from the same novel. Ashley Wilkes was just a plain old loser.

Re: Risk Taker (1:21pm February 2, 2014):

I've never read a military fiction, they just never have appealed to me. But, you make this book sound like it's one I shouldn't miss! Thanks for the giveaway.

Re: The Temptation of Lady Serena (8:53pm January 3, 2014):

I do enjoy historical fiction and most are romances, so this
sounds great to me! Thank you for this chance to win a great

Re: Freezer I'll Shoot (11:01am December 28, 2013):

I've given up on new years resolutions as I never keep them.

Re: How Beauty Met the Beast (4:09pm December 21, 2013):

What a great couple of books! I'll definitely be reading them. Thanks for the contest. Have a great holiday season.

Re: Everlast (11:02am September 15, 2013):

I love the magic of fairy tales. This sounds like a very good book and I look forward to reading it. Also, I love the cover art. Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy.

Re: When Mountains Move (12:22pm September 12, 2013):

The post war years were a special time for so many of our parents and grandparents. The historical fiction always manages to give a glimpse of what it was like for them. I enjoy reading this type of book and discussing it with that generation.

Re: Shades Of Mercy (12:19pm September 12, 2013):

Looking forward to reading this one. Lovwe the fifties with all it's simplicity and changes.

Re: Traces Of Mercy (10:16am September 12, 2013):

This book sounds great! Love that era and I can sympathize with Mercy. I lost three days memories when I was very ill and never got them back. Sometimes I try but it's been five years and nothing so I imagine they are just gone. But, at best it's frustrating and even at first scary. Looking forward to reading this.

Re: Honeymoon To Die For (9:18am September 11, 2013):

I know judging books by their covers is not traditionally advised, but, the cover artists of today do such wonderful work who can resist? And, yes, I have found many wonderful authors because the covers are eye grabbing. But, this book sounds like it will stand on it's own merit and I hope I win it! Thanks for such great writing.

Re: When Mountains Move (9:11am September 11, 2013):

Historical fiction always makes me happy. This story sounds great. Family secrets are always a good read! Thank you for this chance to win your book.

Re: Shades Of Mercy (9:06am September 11, 2013):

This story sounds like it's going to be a real goodie! I do love historic fiction, only second to history. And Native American lore is always fascinating. I'd love to read your book and look forward to other fiction from your pen. Thank you for the offer of this contest.

Re: The Dervish (10:48am September 7, 2013):

Historical fiction is my favorite! Your writing is always great so I know the book will very good! Thank you.

Re: The Good Wife (10:47am September 3, 2013):

I always enjoy books about successful women. I also always enjoy coffee a Starbucks. But, mostly I do enjoy Jane Porter's writing. So, I sure do wish I will win this contest!

Re: Beneath the Dover Sky (11:15am August 18, 2013):

This sounds wonderful! I am looking forward to reading it! Thank you.

Re: The Amish Seamstress (11:14am August 18, 2013):

Your books are always so tender and inspiring. Thank you for just being such a wonderful writer and sharing your talent with us.

Re: Three Days on Mimosa Lane (11:14am August 15, 2013):

Thank you for the wonderful books and pleasant reading times!

Re: Once Upon A Tartan (11:13am August 15, 2013):

Your books are always a pleasure to buy and to read!

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