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I grew up in Colorado at the foot of the Rocky Mountains, then lived in Denmark and traveled throughout Europe before coming back to Colorado. I have two adult sons, whom I cherish. I started my writing career as a columnist and investigative reporter and eventually became the first woman editor of two different papers. Along the way, my team and I won numerous state and several national awards, including the National Journalism Award for Public Service. In 2011, I was awarded the Keeper of the Flame Lifetime Achievement Award for Journalism. Now I write historical romance and contemporary romantic suspense.


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Wednesday, March 14, 2007

A closer view of that face

What else is there to say, really, besides what Joanie said!

By the way, Joanie, that bit about kicking him out of your bed had me LMFAO at work in the midst of a freaking crisis. Oh, well, at least I was laughing.


*SIGH* He could hold me hostage any day!

J said...

See, he's already reclining, he gets the floor thing! *eg*

and um, I'll ring you from Vegas and say "hurry the fuck up" in your ear if you like, then whenever you are tempted to slow down, you can just imagine my dulcet tones....mwah! J xx

I'm still LMAO over that comment, Jones. Too frickin' funny! And, what's more, I totally agree. And floors really rock for sex, anyway, don't they? LOTSA room!

Charina, I so agree. I keep wishing that some kind of weird paranormal force will suck me into the heroine's body in one of my books -- don't really care which one. Then I'd have her body and HER man. YUM! He can hold a gun to my head, and I won't care cuz my tongue will be in his mouth. If that's physiologically possible...

Ronlyn said...

awThat face visited me in my pregnancy induced dreams last night.
the floor, the sofa, the's all good. ;)

Julie said...

Very nice, very, very, nice!!!

Rosie said...

WOW!!! Okay, he's just friggin' all that and more. I want one of my very own. Damn, I can't stop staring at the pic!!

Wow. With someone like that in mind for a hero, it's going to be some good book!!!

(That IS Johnny D isn't it? I think it is anyway - but whoever he is - HAWT)

Karen said...

Aw shit, that guy is yummy!

As always, I cannot wait for your books. Love them!

Debbie H said...


I miss a day of your blog and look at that face up close! You're killing me. I agree with everyone, on the floor, against or on top of the dresser or better yet, he looks like he would be yummy having sex on a motorcycle. He's already got the jacket!

Hey, Kristie J! This is Brazilian model Daniel Bueno. I found him in a magazine while getting highlights done and ripped the page right out. My stylist said, "Are you stealing that page?" And I said, "Yes."

Ronlyn, if being pregnant is making you have sexual dreams about this guy, then I'm heading out right now to get knocked up. :-)

The only thing he's missing, IMHO, is my tongue in his mouth. Or his in mine. I'm really not picky about those kinds of things (though I do prefer being on the bottom).

Debbie, LMAO about the motorcycle... What about on horseback?

Julie, I have the same problem. Then again he's been my wallpaper for about nine months both here and at work. That mouth and those cheekbones kill me.

Karen, you're so sweet! I'm hoping it will be worth the wait.

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