Aren’t they all the same thing?
Oh, I sure hope so!
I’ve been reading romance books for what seems like forever. When I was a teen, the days that I wasn’t in dance class after school I’d go to the mall to wait for my mom to finish work for the day and my haunt of choice… Waldenbooks. (I think I just showed my age there.)
Whether it was Scottish Lairds, Medieval Knights, Regency Gents, Rough and Tumble Cowboys, or handsome modern Heroes, I loved them all! There was always another hero and heroine to follow through page after page of breathless love!
I really hope that my readers will enjoy some of the same thrills as discover characters to love between the pages of my books.
Hi Reina. I have just finished reading THE TIGERS INNOCENT BRIDE and had to say thank you for a great read. I loved Paige and Devlin’s story and am looking forward to starting Too Much To Bear next. I hope you have lots of ideas for more stories in Sylvan City!
Danni ( Sydney, Australia)
Danni! Waving from Hawaii to the land Downunder! Thanks so much for your kind words! I hope you’ll enjoy Boone & Willa’s story 😀
Mahalo – Reina
PS (I’ll send you an email in a few minutes)
First of all- I’m thrilled that Hawaii made it in one of Susan Stoker’s series!!! I didn’t think I’d like it-the plot or tone-but I did! You linked it up good with what Hawaii is with the people and our families and the military. I always freak out when pidgin is used in books because I don’t know how its being received. This was done well and Mahalo for that. I loved the chapter where Hi’ilani took them to the family get together ; that was so typical and fun because that’s what we do! Too funny her big cousins!!!
And finally-Mahalo for the glossary; it helps to explain things about our language and our cultural. It was a hint of who we are and if people want to know more-they have to come visit. Me ke aloha pumehana-with warm wishes/aloha…Mahina
Mahalo, Mahina! I hope you received my email!
Hi Reina, just read Justice for Sloane. Will there be book bout Pilar.
Yes! Pilar will have her own book in Center City First Responders 😀
Just finished Loving Greystoke’s Heir, I loved it! Of course, I fell in love with Edgar Rice Borroughs’ books 50 years ago.
Mahalo, Susie!! It was my love of his books that made this book come alive for me… but it’s an homage, but not directly connected 😀