From New York Times bestselling author Jay Crownover comes UNBROKEN, the prequel novella in her brand new Loveless, Texas series!
There are pink tights in his bathroom. Pointe shoes next to his boots. He swears he won’t touch her like that…but he can’t ignore his fantasies.
Sally Cronin features my potato soup recipe on her blog- Smorgasbord. Thank you, Sally!
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Time for the second post from the archives of USA Today bestselling author Jacquie Biggar. This week I share a delicious recipe that can be adapted for everyone’s tastes and would make a great starter or main course.
Sunday #Soup #Cooking up Memories by Jacquie Biggar
Do you love homemade soup?
Maybe it’s because I owned a restaurant for thirteen years and as chief cook and bottle washer, made a LOT of soup, but I’m very fussy when we go out to eat. It amazes me how so many cooks can’t create a decent soup!
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2019 This is my journey in books so far for 2019! Obviously, amazing is my go-to phrase, lol TOTALS-I read 5,227 pages across 20 books SHORTEST BOOK 83 pages Close to the Bone by Kendra Elliot LONGEST BOOK 440 pages The Dark Bones by Loreth Anne White AVERAGE LENGTH 261 pages MOST POPULAR 14,315 people also read Close to the Bone by Kendra Elliot LEAST POPULAR … Continue reading My #Goodreads #Reading Challenge for 2019
She’s sworn to protect…
But does that include a speeding celebrity?
The Sisterhood of Suspense share lines with the theme DESERVE this Mother’s Day weekend.
#OneLineSunday by #RSsos Lines all about DESERVE
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She reached up and cupped his face. “It’s okay. I don’t deserve you anyway. Not after running out on you yesterday.
I felt happy for Adam, who deserved a break, one delayed unnecessarily in my opinion.
She’d worked her ass off, and damned well deserved to be going into the field today, even if Broughton didn’t think she was capable.
An idea had popped into her head when the commissioner’s wife had praised him more than Melinda thought Jake deserved.
How could she possibly understand? Joe Sterling had been like a father. He didn’t deserve someone like Joe as a father figure, a mentor, a friend.
It’s like she thinks she doesn’t deserve…
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Anita Dawes shares a beautiful piece on the true value of trees. Love this!
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Two trees grow side-by-side, time weaving their pattern across the dusty pathway, a strange maze of hard bones, like arms waiting to greet you.
Below, soft roots entangle like lovers holding hands, searching for the life- sustaining water so new leaves can grow on the branches above.
This dance of love can last for more than a hundred years.
The spirit of any tree is gentle. I have noticed when walking in the woods, the wind drops and the trees stand still as if in salute, a thank you for your visit.
They communicate with each other, leaning their branches towards oncoming footsteps. If they feel the approach is harmful, they lean away from danger. From young boys with sticks beating against their trunks.
They remember your touch, the sound of your voice. In a way, they remind me of elephants for…
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Lawyer, Alex Gardener, is getting married, but before that can happen a life-altering experience changes her life- possibly forever.
Wayne Barnes at Tofino Photography highlights a horrible case of animal cruelty- a must-read post!
Last Friday I was on my way out to camp for a few days when a friend told me about a bear I’ve known for years. “Big Red” is the largest male bear out there. Nobody messed with “Big Red”!
I looked back into my archives to see how long I’ve known him? About 8 years as it turns out. I called him “Big Red” because of his rear end being reddish in colour. When bears get mange their hair falls out and when the new hair grows back in for some reason its a reddish colour.
“Big Red” was unusual,he would stop and stare at you like a human It was unnerving to be honest! I first met him years ago up in Fortune Channel. Most of the bears are there because of the crabs. After a year of being there he decided to move to quieter regions. It…
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One small town.
One lost love.