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Sunday, December 16, 2012

I finally figured out shopping

After years of dreading the shopping season, I've finally figured out the game plan to get through it without stressing!  Of course it's more of an offensive move than anything else.  To get through the masses I take my grown children with me.  Not all of my boys are near home, but here's what you need to get through the crowd.... two boys around 6'4", high heels for me (making me the same height as them), my oldest daughter in her 'serious boots' making her close to six foot...
The boys are the blockers, the crowds part when they're in lead and then my daughter and I follow behind and have a clear path to stop and look, buy whatever we need!  No crowding, no shoving, no stress.

Now, the real reason for today's post...

What they’re saying about Heart…

“Great book! Loved it. Perfect amount of paranormal and romance.
One thing that I loved about this book was that you got to see how crazy they got around each other. Devin didn't want to go anywhere near her but by not going to her he was driving himself crazy, then when he did go to her crazy is still there.”
4.5 Stars   Books and Other Spells

“Do you ever get tired of books where the Hero and Heroine fall madly in love the second they see each other? Me, either but sometimes it’s nice to have a break from that with a book where they DESPISE each other from the beginning, yet they are still mates…That’s where Heart by Jacqueline Paige comes in.”
Readaholic reviews

“With all of the books I have read from this author, characters reign supreme. Well defined and detailed characters highlight all of her books, and this series starter has two more characters that are sure to stay in your mind for weeks to come.  Points of view are always clearly voiced: confusion, self-doubt, love and even insecurities plague each of her characters, just as they do us in real life.”
5 Stars   I am, Indeed

You can only hide for so long before fate steps in… 

Three women without knowledge of their true heritage...
Three men have waited for their mate all of their lives...
Hearts and tempers collide with wild passions and animal instincts.

The Animal Trilogy

Book 1

Torn from her sheltered life, Rayne is alone and scared after she discovers her fiancé is not the man she thought he was. Unable to accept the corrupt world he belongs to, she flees to the furthest possible location she can reach on her own. Nothing could ever prepare her for the journey and what she finds when she arrives.
Is she strong enough to survive on her own?

The epitome of the lone wolf, Devin stays in the wilderness and far away from people, avoiding the decision of whether to accept his title as leader and alpha of the pack. One alluring woman stirs his resolve and passion when she disturbs his solitary world. The man inside is tempted in a way he can’t understand but his wolf knows he’s found his mate.

Can he have her without succumbing to the responsibilities waiting for him?


She looked out the windshield and froze, her heart jumped into her throat. Afraid to so much as breathe, Rayne stared at the animal a few feet away from the headlight. Her brain first said dog, but that was no dog. That was a wolf; it had to be a wolf. Were wolves that big? It seemed bigger than in any pictures she’d seen.

She sat there looking at it, not sure if she should honk the horn or just sit and try not to get hysterical waiting for it to leave. The car may be metal, but the roof was something this animal could probably get through. As she continued to stare at it she couldn’t help thinking it was a beautiful creature. It’s grey and brown fur looked soft and thick, not that she’d ever be able to find out if it was. It was the way the haunting grey eyes watched her that made her decide not to honk the horn or scream as loud as she could, which had crossed her mind briefly. Rayne was fairly certain it was as surprised to see her as she was to see it. Didn’t wolves travel as group? A pack? She wanted to look around and see if there were more in the trees, but the logical part of her brain said she was better off not knowing. Never argue with the logical part.

She was sure she stopped breathing all together when it took a step closer to the car and then turned quickly back towards the trees. As she was reaching for the keys it stopped and looked back at her for the length of two heart beats before it bolted into the trees and disappeared.


Jacqueline Paige
Step into a world of magic and passions. . .
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