Just waiting for the turkey to be done and then it's time to gorge. Hoping everybody has a safe and Happy Thanksgiving. I'll be praying for the weak, the scared, and the hungry, and hoping the holidays are filled with joy and moments of wonder for you and your family. Thank you for all your support this year. I'm grateful. It means the world to me.
Not all of them, just some...
Connie Brockway's "All Through The Night" and "As You Desire"
Kathleen Woodiwiss's "Shanna" and "Ashes to Ashes"
Linda Howard's "Ice", "Death Angel", "Up Close and Dangerous", "Cover of Night", and "Shadow Woman"
Karen Robard's "The Last Victim" series, especially the first book
Jude Deveraux's "Knight in Shining Armour" though I hate the ending
Laurie McBain's "Tears of Gold" Dated, but with a heroine that deserves to be known
There are always books. There are always like-minded folk to support you. There is ice cream and chocolate. There are comedians who make us laugh when we want to cry. There are super moons to inspire us and remind us our time is not limitless, so don't waste more than necessary.
And...there are always kittens in teacups.
"The lines blur between what I referred to as The Good, The Bad and The Gray……. Harper has a secret that she has been keeping and she’s afraid once that’s out, her brother, nor Lucas, will look at her the same way." (read more, click link) www.thereadingcafe.com/tempted-by-a-touch-by-kris-rafferty-a-review/
Jessica's review Nov 03, 2016
it was amazing Read in October, 2016
"I cannot get enough of this series. There are so many hidden secrets and dark truths to be uncovered that once I start reading, I can't stop. It's freaking awesome and highly addictive. I couldn't wait to see what Kris Rafferty had in store for me with the second installment, Tempted by a Touch." (read more by clicking on link) https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1802118582?book_show_action=false&from_review_page=1
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