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I’ll be posting Brenda Novak’s intervew tomorrow, I’m just too busy at the moment. You know how it is, things to do, people to schmooze. *g*

By the way Anne, I got the book through the post this morning, so thanks a lot, you fabulous person you. I’ll let you know what I thought of it, when I get round to reading it!

Sybil, I read Devil In Winter finally, and I’ve decided that I prefer Sebastian St Vincent to Derek Craven. Yes, I’m a fickle creature, but he was even more badass than Derek. Just my kind of hero. Sorry Kristie. *g*

I’ve just about read all of Lisa Kleypas’s backlist, and I tend to agree that she is a fab writer!

Oh by the way, I accidentally bought two copies of Kleypas’s Worth Any Price, if any of you guys want a free copy, just e-mail me, (erm you’ll find my e-mail on my profile if you can be arsed)and I’ll draw out the winner on Monday. Just write ‘Worth Any Price’in the subject header.

That’s all for now, I’m off to our local supermarket to get some grub for the Tall Guy!


  • sybil
    April 6
    9:31 pm


    point for my side kristie *g*


  • Lori
    April 6
    9:41 pm

    Karen, I loved DiW as well! (although I love Derek, too *g*) Thought it was her best book since Worth Any Price. And Nick Gentry is my favorite Kleypas hero. What did you think of WAP?


  • Sam
    April 7
    7:44 am

    Which is your local supermarket? Tescos?
    I used to love shopping there, lol.


  • Kristie (J)
    April 8
    12:00 am

    LOL – I see Sybil got here first. They are all great heroes – Derek, Sebastien & Nick. And just the fact that you read DOY made me a happy camper. The fact that you read all her books is icing on the cake – and look at me mixing my metaphors like that 🙂


  • Karen Scott
    April 8
    8:37 am

    Sybil, lol!

    Lori, I loved WAP!

    We shop at Tesco’s, Sainsbury’s And Asda, depending on the mood, but I went to Tesco’s on this occasion.

    Kristie, you can mix your metaphors anytime you like. Seeing as you’re 2/2, I might just read the Tara Janzen’s (or whatever her name is) Crazy series!


  • Kristie (J)
    April 8
    10:20 am

    Ahh – most excellent choice! Just be warned, they’re totally off the wall, campy, and completly unbelievable. But boy are they fun – not in a ha ha kind of way – but in a Calgon take me away fun. And very HOT. I think I might have mentioned THAT aspect once or twice 🙂


  • Anne
    April 8
    8:59 pm

    Glad you got the book Karen. Hopefully you’ll enjoy it more than I did.. and man is that FAST service or what? Just a couple days to get across the ocean to you in England. Very cool!


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