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Re: The Lacemaker (11:41pm January 16, 2018):
Since I was a little girl I have loved hooped skirts, as
impractical as they are. They seem so feminine!
Re: Wolf Hunger (10:32pm December 8, 2017):
Death by Chocolate cheesecake!
Re: Elliott Redeemed (6:49pm September 3, 2017):
I'm in a time-warp-still loving the big-hair bands!
Re: Putting on the Witch (11:21pm October 10, 2016):
I love the costumes. Coming up with an alter ego is the
Re: Silent Night Shadows (11:18pm October 10, 2016):
I play it safe.
Re: Every Time with a Highlander (11:35am August 14, 2016):
The perfect weekend would be - nothing that I have to catch
up from the week before- or start for the coming week.
Spending time making a dent in all the books that are
waiting for me.
Re: A Gift for Guile (2:28am July 7, 2016):
Jamie Fraser from the Outlander books would make good
boyfriend material. He's kind and has a sense of honor and
would do ANYTHING for Claire.
Re: Sisters of Lazarus (5:47am June 5, 2016):
Others unselfish acts of kindness.
Re: Devil and the Deep (5:40am June 5, 2016):
Sounds HOT HOT HOT
Re: Grace Triumphant (11:03pm May 18, 2016):
I love reading inspirational books.
Re: Tide And Tempest (9:34pm April 5, 2016):
I love travelling and see what there is to see anywhere but
a dream vacation would be to visit England. So much
Re: My Tempting Highlander (2:53am March 8, 2016):
I think the Revolutionary War was a period I would want to
Re: Always Watching (12:03pm February 15, 2016):
My favorite things, 1)spending time with my boys 2) walks
with my husband 3) snuggling up in a comfy chair with a
Re: Taken by the Highlander (8:32pm January 1, 2016):
If I'm not working I'm snuggled in bed :)
Re: Keeping Christmas (11:37pm October 9, 2015):
I read lots of different genres. I seem to go in cycles in
which I read one type of book then move to another. And,
absolutely, I am willing to give an author I like a chance
in a different genre.
Re: Then Sings My Soul (5:09pm April 12, 2015):
I love hearing the stories of older people. They have so
much wisdom to impart and so many have had trials and
tribulations that are unimaginable to younger generations.
Re: A Horse for Kate (5:06pm April 12, 2015):
My kids are in their 20's now and they read - not as much
as I'd like :) But I read to my boys a ton, hoping to
instill the love of reading that my sister and I got from
my mom. I always feel sad when I talk to people and they
aren't readers. I think that reading to kids is a must.
I have friends with younger kids and some of them do. I
don't think they do as much as they used to - too much
social media - but I guess they are still having to read
Re: In Bed with the Competition (12:03pm July 11, 2014):
I can't really think of any television or movie characters
that inspire me, but I strive to be the kind of person who has
high principals and strives to stand by those, no matter what.
Re: Firewall (11:58pm July 10, 2014):
It is always interesting to find out what makes an author
"tick". Love your books.
Re: Rebel (11:54pm July 10, 2014):
Love a little supernatural with my romance. It sounds like a
great book. I can't wait to read it.
Re: Secrets and Sins: Raphael (7:00pm May 4, 2014):
I swear a lot - a LOT - but I do try to be aware of my
audience. F*ck is a good one and can be used as noun, verb
and in almost any capacity. It can be used when you're happy,
sad, mad, guilty, etc. It's multi-functional. :)
Re: East of Ecstasy (10:39pm April 24, 2014):
I enjoy watching the different characters as they evolve. It
always seems a bit sad when a series ends.
Re: The Miracle Thief (10:37pm April 24, 2014):
I believe in miracles and believe that faith can make things
Re: Undressing Mr. Darcy (12:31pm December 9, 2013):
Colin Firth is always a good choice, but what about Jason
Statham? I wouldn't mind doing "research" with him modeling
the regency style menswear.
Re: Billionaire Blend (12:20pm December 9, 2013):
The book sounds great and BONUS - recipes that sound really
Re: The Namesake (3:07pm November 14, 2013):
Sounds like a great book - definitely one I'll be checking
Re: The Circle Of Thirteen (6:21pm October 28, 2013):
Love the idea of the way the story unfolds and sounds like it
will be a sitting-on-the-edge-of-your-seat read.
Re: The Wishing Thread (6:15pm October 28, 2013):
In my growing up years there were many homemade gifts given
and received. My mother crocheted and her two sisters
knitted. Unfortunately, I never learned to do either. But
agree that homemade gifts are the best because of the time
and love invested. Your book sounds lovely and I look
forward to reading it.
Re: Bare Knuckle (4:55pm October 16, 2013):
When a series ends, I miss the characters. It's almost like
some of them become friends, or are the kinds of people you'd
want as friends.
Re: Run The Risk (4:40pm October 16, 2013):
Love stories with sizzle. Congrats on never giving up your
Re: Jaguar Fever (7:33pm August 1, 2013):
Sounds like a hot read! Can't imagine who wouldn't want to
dance with Wade?!?! Thanks for the contest.
Re: Plain Fear: Forgiven (7:22pm August 1, 2013):
Bad boys are the bane of teenage boys existence, because
that's what all young girls want - a little danger and
darkness. But, for most of us, as we get older, we realize
that a guy with strong morals, who respects you, and has
good dad skills is really hot. So, sure in fantasy a bad
boy is great, but in real life-- give me a hunky nerd :*)
Re: Tall, Dark, And Vampire (7:16pm August 1, 2013):
Your list has some great reasons. I love the idea of living
through several different eras and the all encompassing
passion! Great contest.
Re: Sweet Revenge (6:12pm June 3, 2013):
Love kick butt heroines but like the tight rope of them having
a bit of vulnerability too. Love historical romance too
sounds like a read I'm going to have to check out!
Re: Katie's Choice (6:09pm June 3, 2013):
I remember that movie - it was great! I have read a few
Amish books and they are interesting, but I agree, I miss
the sexual tension with fresh romance - doesn't mean it has
to be consummated immediately (or until wed) just it being
there is enough. Sounds like a book I'd love. Thanks for
Re: Five Days in Skye (6:03pm June 3, 2013):
Sounds like a great book. I have very diversified taste in
books and read everything from very racy to very tame.
Definitely an author and a book I want to check into.
Re: The Missing Manuscript Of Jane Austen (2:58pm January 6, 2013):
You certainly have my respect - your writing process is very involved. It's much more work and not nearly as glamorous as I like to imagine :)
Re: Seducing Cinderella (1:02pm August 12, 2012):
Sounds yummy and I'm glad that what came naturally to you had
Re: It Begins with a Kiss (4:57pm July 3, 2012):
I love historicals with rakes and heroines, especially quirky
and smart heroines. These sound like great books and I'm
going to have to add them to my TBR list. Thanks for the
Re: My Lady Mage (4:50pm July 3, 2012):
Very interesting concept using the horses to choose the
warriors. Sounds like a great book and I'd love to win it to
learn more about their world.
Re: Double Dare (9:54pm January 27, 2012):
I find cops very sexy. Their authoritative positions make them strong and take-charge. Gotta love a man who wants to take care of you!
Re: Hellsbane (12:56pm December 8, 2011):
In the last couple of years, we've lost some very dear family right at the holidays. Due to these losses, we've struggled to push through missing them, knowing that the loved ones wouldn't want such unhappiness to mar the joy that comes with the holidays that they enjoyed so much. Helping our childen through these times has brought us even closer.
Re: Stone Cold Seduction (12:17pm September 11, 2011):
Stone Cold Seduction sounds great!
Re: Hold On Tight (8:30pm January 27, 2010):
Your series sounds very hot! I do look up terms I'm not familiar with and I've always told my sons to do the same.
Re: Forbidden Heat (11:48am January 27, 2010):
Great blog! Very interesting and I'd love to win your contest.
Re: Highland Rebel (12:54pm September 4, 2009):
What a great description of how you get caught up and can so vividly see/hear/feel the scenes as you're writing them. Thanks to great writers such as yourself, readers can escape much the same way. My husband, who only reads the newspaper :) - can't understand how I can become so completely engrossed in a book, nothing at all like passively watching tv. I love it when a writer can TRANSPORT me with only words; it is an art and truely a gift. Thank you.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (6:45pm July 4, 2009):
Sorry I missed out on the whole college dorm thing!