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Their fake relationship will end when the new year begins...or will it?

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Lord Lucifer -- Lady Diana -- All or NOTHING

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The Past Never Stays Buried

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He’ll do anything to protect a baby in jeopardy…

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She's an undercover angel

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If you're on his list, you're as good as DEAD


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31 comments posted.

Re: How To Impress a Marquess (6:44pm November 10, 2016):

Sounds to me like she has a vivid imagine in her dream world.
What a story line. I don't believe I have come across anything
like it before. I need to follow up on this one.
And Susanna I envy how you get to travel thru Europe with your
husband. I miss it.

Re: What the Duke Doesn't Know (4:46pm September 8, 2016):

I cannot think of any headlines on the internet that caught my
attention at the moment. On advice, something I once heard...
'Don't listen to what the person is telling you, listen to what
they are not saying'.

Re: The Rebel Heir (4:23pm September 8, 2016):

I like to celebrate with family & do anything, whether we go
out to eat, visit someplace, shopping, or just hang out & talk.
Being with family is my way of celebrating.

Re: Her Rogue Alpha (4:16pm September 8, 2016):

A lot of factors need to looked at. If I trusted all of the
people involved, my gut feeling, how new the drug was, & if
they have done ANY experimenting with it on anything at all. I
might consider it.

Re: My Wild Irish Dragon (4:08pm September 8, 2016):

I love how the mind of a writer works! Please don't ever stop.
After this I can't begin to imagine where you will go. You keep
us entertained!!!

Re: A Cowboy Christmas Miracle (4:01pm September 8, 2016):

I prefer to read them mid fall thru Christmas. To me Christmas
is a special time & if it is always there, then it isn't as
special. You can still talk about those special moments, but
that isn't the same as getting into the holiday spirit.

Re: The Bear Who Loved Me (1:31pm September 8, 2016):

DragonCon must have been a real hoot! Loved the video! I won't
say what I did!?!

Re: The Cowboy's Bride Collection (7:10pm February 12, 2016):

My grandfather was (my dad was a very close 2nd) my biggest
hero. He could calm a dog, cat, & even bird, I was in awe.
Everyone was drawn to him. He made you feel like you were
the most important person in the world. When I would visit
on weekends, he was always teaching me about something. And
he grew the most beautiful roses, mostly yellow for my

Re: Montana Wild (12:43pm January 20, 2016):

Opportunity & the right man.

Re: Legitimate Lies (6:45pm May 1, 2015):

The 'scenic route' is as good as the writer. When I can see, hear, feel, & (sometimes) smell what is being described to me, then I know I have found a great writer. When it is described in such detail that I feel I am there & I know the characters in the story, I lose all sense of time & am unable to put the book down. That is the perfect 'scenic route'! That is when the author has made a great impression on me.

Re: The Makeover Mistake (8:14pm April 8, 2015):

My brothers! When they get together, you never know what is going to happen, or what will come out of their mouths. Your eyes will tear & your sides will hurt. But they are always there when you need them.

Re: Spring Fever: Shifters in Love (5:02pm March 13, 2015):

I believe everyone has a bit of magic in them. They only need to tap into it... ;>

Re: The Snow Globe (4:56pm March 13, 2015):

This sounds like a very interesting read. I love historical and/or period books. The title is enticing, and what I have read so far has caught my attention. I believe it is a book that I won't want to put down once I pick it up.

Re: The Mulligan (7:25pm February 8, 2015):

The dream I am chasing is to go back to Europe & take my sibs with me. I would love to see & to show them the places where I use to live. And to visit some of the places I never had the chance to see while I was there. But it is just a dream!

Re: Finding Mercy (7:11pm February 8, 2015):

I do one of two things. I either take my dog for a long walk. Or I curl up and read a book. I love to read, & will read almost any book I can get my hands on.

Re: In Bed With A Spy (6:03pm January 4, 2015):

I just finished reading The Smuggler Wore Silk & In bed With A Spy. I just have one question,,,,, When will the next book be ready to hit the shelves? When I picked up each book I didn't want to put it down. I enjoyed every character. Outside of the main characters, Jack was my favorite. I hope to read more in this series of 'spies' & espionage. Maybe Julian & Angel could work on something together in the future? Thank you for the opportunity to get lost in a great story!

Re: The Gentleman Jewel Thief (11:47pm December 10, 2014):

What an interesting story line. I love the Historical, Regency period, spy novels set in this time, & stories written with a bit of true facts in them. Now you have added another avenue for me to explore. So what lies around the next corner? This sounds like a can't put it down til it's done kinda book! Here's 'Hope' for it's great success! Best of the Holiday Season to you and yours!

Re: Once Upon a Grind (11:14pm December 10, 2014):

My favorite Fairy Tales are 'Hansel and Gretel' and 'The Shoemaker and The Elves'. I liked the moral of the story of the Shoemaker, which was the elves were helping him & he prospered. So in turn, he & his wife made clothes for them because they had none. This made them happy, they donned the clothes, & never did a cobbler's job again, but the cobbler still prospered. With Hanzel & Gretel, I always worried about them being lost & alone in the woods. When I would hear the story, I would say "don't go to the cottage, don't go to the cottage!" But did they ever listen to me? Not once! When I was older & lived in Germany, I had many opportunities to walk in the woods. I would think of those 2 little ones & saw how easy it was to get lost. Those woods could get dark! But they were beautiful all the same.

Re: Baden-Powell's Beads: Aksum (2:27am February 4, 2014):

I have never heard of the Zulu beads until I came across the third installment of your book. Since it is based on a true story, I find it very intriging, and cannot wait to start reading it, and so I have alot of reading to do. Thank you for bringing this story to light. And thank you for giving us a chance to win the 3rd book of Baden-Powell's Beads.

Re: Upon a Winter's Night (1:27pm November 6, 2013):

My favorite part of Christmas is sitting around the table after our evening meal & reliving Christmas' of the past. The stories have us laughing until we're in tears. A couple of months ago, we lost our main story teller, our brother, & so sadly our stories will change somewhat. But he will be in each & every one of them. We know his spirit will still be with us, & that will keep our Christmas stories alive. Christmas is a beautiful time of year, full of love & traditions.

Re: The Highlander's Desire (7:04pm September 1, 2013):

I have traveled thru Scotland & visited my ancestorial home. Scotland is such a beautiful country. I can picture in my mind where some of the locations are as I read about them, & I love reading the stories. I can never get enough. Thank you.

Re: His Other Wife (3:48pm April 16, 2011):

Re: Call Me Irresistible (2:12pm March 16, 2011):

Ted Beaudine

Re: The Irish Princess (2:09pm February 1, 2011):

I enjoy reading about this era whether real or fiction, I love it & can't wait to read this book!

Re: The Attenbury Emeralds (1:07pm January 16, 2011):

Lord Peter Wimsey's wife is HARRIET VANE.

Re: The Best Laid Plans (8:51pm January 8, 2011):

Tru's best friend & side kick is Sienna Post.

Re: Casting About (12:37pm November 9, 2010):

I love fiction! Especially mystries. You can picture the scene in your mind's eye, & everyone has there own vision of what it looks like, along with the characters. Your mind can handle it alot easier than if it were true life. And there is always a good ending (mostly), for your hero/heroine. I also have a special place in my heart for historical fiction (especially medival) that is based on true facts. The main characters & places are real, but there is a story or mystery created around them. I had read one such story & remembered seeing the dress that was mentioned in the book in a museum in England. Really cool. The dress was real the story was fiction!

Re: Captive Spirit (8:32pm October 19, 2010):

I love Native American history, & their stories. I believe their culture has alot to teach us if we are willing to listen. Can't wait to read this book.

Re: Pursuit of Justice (8:22pm October 19, 2010):

I like a mystery where the character happens to walk into the wrong place at the wrong time. Whether it be a familiar place or somewhere unknown. I always think about a car broken down on the side of the road, walking into an almost empty diner to ask for directions. The herione is on a road trip to visit family in another state and is lost. The more twists the better. And not knowing who is who! Is she getting help or finding trouble?

Re: Grave Witch (3:09pm October 17, 2010):

This is a must read book for me. When death comes to me it isn't a shape, it is a smell. Not unpleasant, but very familiar. So I always know when death is around the corner. Grave Witch is another dimension into that world around us.

Re: Catching Moondrops (10:17pm October 2, 2010):

Fireflies in December

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