For when they sliced it through his neck, blood began to spurt around.
Season of Glory — Ron & Janet Benrey
Blast from the past: OP on Thursday, February 17, 2011
“Beached whale.” Snort. Once you see the back cover you’ll understand:
“All she could do was hope that one day, their hearts would speak louder than any words could…” Good luck with that. The heart’s going to have to yell PRET-ty darn loud in order to get the hearing impaired guy’s attention.
Really, though… what’s up with that foot? Why would they put it there?
Words Unspoken — Suzanne Ellison
Blast from the past: OP on Wednesday, February 16, 2011
There is not a single part on her body that is properly proportioned. Not to mention that her neck is broken.
The Lady Most Willing — Julia Quinn, Eloisa James, Connie Brockway
But it was where he had inked “Eat Maine Potatoes” that was really quite impressive.
Murphy’s Law — Marilyn Pappano
Blast from the past: OP on Tuesday, February 15, 2011
When I think about romance, the last thing on my mind is a short, chubby toddler coming at me with a weapon
We can only hope that’s fairy dust.
This cupid is performing a good deed: Holding them upright, from his elbow, to make sure they don’t succumb to improbable angles.
Hey, St. Valentine’s Day only comes once a year. What’s a cupid to do? Take up subbing for the Stork to earn some extra dough.
Happy Valentine’s Day from Uncle Walter & The Wife!
Always Faithful — Julie Miller
Carly’s Song — Lenora Nazworth
Nobody’s Baby But Mine — Susan Elizabeth Phillips
Blast from the past: OP on Monday, February 14, 2011
Place the ring, speak the oath… great honor… responsibility… fashion sense
Jealousy & A Jewelled Proposition — Yvonne Lindsay
You don’t want to know where she stores the extra set of dice, and the last thing you want to know is how she cheats at lawn darts.
A Rogue’s Game — Renee Bernard
Blast from the past: OP on Friday, February 12, 2011
He’s huge. The wheel is tiny and oddly angled. There are randomly placed divers. And why does it say “Still married?”?
Between Roc and a Hard Place — Heather Graham Pozzessere
Blast from the past: OP on Friday, February 11, 2011
Unsurprisingly, the “skills” of drinking one’s own urine and staying at hotels doesn’t really help someone survive.
Should’ve listened to Les intstead.
Hunter’s Moon — Bobbi Smith