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Re: One Lucky Cowboy (5:35pm December 13, 2009):
I just finished both "one lucky cowboy" and "lucky in love" and I can't WAIT for January and the third book in the series. They were both so very, very good, really kept my interest and left me oh-so-satisfied. I highly recommend them both to everyone - and come on January!
Re: Captive of Sin (1:19am November 25, 2009):
Hmmm. Why DO we love the tortured but oh so honorable hero? Maybe we feel like he's competed and earned "our" love, battled for it emotionally? I just don't know but I sure do love them, too. Or maybe it's the mommy in us that wants to comfort and care for them as the woman in us, ummm . . . "comforts and cares" for him too :) Or maybe it's just because we don't have to put the work in torturing them ourselves? Just kidding!!!!
My all time fave has to be Ash from Sherrilyn Kenyon's Darkhunter series and I just finished Lynsay Sand's "Renegade Hunter" and adore Nicholas Argeneau from her Argeneau/Rogue Hunter series.
Re: The Vampire Diaries: The Awakening (1:07am November 25, 2009):
Much as I hate to do this, my vote may have to be for Damon. He seems more manipulative and more of a long-term planner, calmer and cooler. Angelus in the "heat of the moment" might take the fight but I'm not sure Damon would let himself be positioned for that type of fight - unless it was w/Stefan. Angelus has shown more than once that you can use his anger and other emotions against him (by Faith most recently) so . . . *sigh* I guess my vote is for Damon. Darn it.
Future smack down - how about some lady vamps? Maybe Darla from Buffy/Angel versus Christina from Blood Ties?
Re: Rainwater (5:04pm November 6, 2009):
What a wonderfully serendipitous chain of events on the journey to making this trailer. I am divided on the subject of book trailers. I like the idea. The problem is some book trailers just - are bad. I saw a recent book trailer of a favorite author - and it was awful. If I wasn't familiar with her work (and actually eagerly anticipating the book in question), I might have bypassed the book altogether (which would have been a shame because it was just as wonderful as I knew it would be). What that has taught me is not only should you not judge a book by it's cover, don't judge it by it's trailer either!!! And oh-by-the-way, I did enjoy the Rainwater trailer!
Re: One Lucky Cowboy (11:59pm November 5, 2009):
What a great idea for a blog post!!! I really enjoyed reading this!
Re: Captive Desires (7:45pm November 2, 2009):
I'm still trying to find my "outlet." I've tried painting, sculpture, etc. and, well, it's not been pretty. But I tried! I discovered tai chi two years ago and I think that might finally be my "art", my creative outlet. Only time will tell but I'm still doing it, just now starting my third year!
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (6:54pm November 2, 2009):
What a great column. I can remember watching the "little house" television series and never really thought about what it "really" was like, even after eventually reading the books!
Re: Final Approach (6:47pm November 2, 2009):
I take leftovers to work, too. Not only are they vultures, but they are vultures that COMPLAIN if you have anything other than chocolate - honestly! I'm not kidding! They come up just to get candy and feel personally affronted if there is no chocolate!
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (11:06pm August 2, 2009):
One of my worst fears, too, is losing my eye sight. Mimi's attitude and outlook on life is one we should all strive for.
Re: The Cowboy From Christmas Past (10:49pm August 2, 2009):
I wish you had been MY R.A.!!!