Lorelei James

Gone Country Lorelei James

Gone Country (Rough Riders 14)

Arizona businessman and long-lost McKay love child Gavin Daniels has been awarded sole custody of his teenage daughter Sierra for one year. In order to steer Sierra back on track after a brush with the law, he pulls up stakes and heads to Wyoming, looking for support from his ranching family…even if he isn’t sure where they fit in the McKay dynamic. He’s prepared for every contingency with the move: the less-than-enthusiastic response from his daughter, learning to run his corporation remotely, but he’s thrown for a loop when his new housemate, Rielle, is a whole lot sexier, funnier and sassier than he remembered.

Rielle Wetzler has finally overcome the stigma of having hippie parents and being a young single mother. In the two years since she sold her ailing B&B to Gavin Daniels, she’s become financially stable running the homespun businesses she loves. But now Gavin is in Sundance to claim the house that’s rightfully his. Although Rielle knew this day would come, she isn’t prepared to leave the home she built for herself and her now-grown daughter. And to further complicate matters, her long-dormant libido is definitely not ready to live with this newly buff Gavin—who isn’t a cowboy, but has the take-charge attitude to prove he’s all McKay.

Sharing a roof, their troubles and their triumphs is too much temptation, and before long, Gavin and Rielle are sharing a bed. But sharing their hearts and lives forever? That’s a whole ’nother ball of wax.

Warning: Erotic

Gone Country

Even though I loved the story of Gavin and Rielle, I have to admit that I found it a little timid. The secondary romance was sweet and a little more engaging BUT this will not put me off Lorelei James. Looking forward to more.

Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove on film (featuring Andie MacDowell)

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In “Debbie Macomber’s Cedar Cove,” Andie MacDowell plays Judge Olivia Lockhart, whose Cedar Cove Municipal Court is the professional milieu and social microcosm of issues the judge will face in her own day-to-day life with family and friends. Jack Griffith (Dylan Neal), the editor of the Cedar Cove Chronicle, is a new friend and potential love interest for Judge Lockhart.. hallmarkchannel.com

Debbie pens a good romance and she does not shy away from older characters, proving that romance is for everyone. Congratulations to you!

Annie Leibovitz

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“I didn’t want to let women down. One of the stereotypes I see breaking is the idea of aging and older women not being beautiful.”
– Annie Leibovitz

“The work of a poet never ends” (Borges)

“The work of a poet never ends” (Borges)
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21 Books Written by and About Women

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“From Tina Fey’s memoir to Margaret Atwood and Octavia Butler’s dystopias, these works offer a window into the female experience…read more..

Literary Figures On Travel

By Sam Parker Huffington Post UK

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“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” -Marcel Proust

– ..for centuries, exploring foreign lands has been a source of fascination – no one more so than for our literary greats.…READ MORE

Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair by Pablo Neruda

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Pablo Neruda was the pen name and, later, legal name of the Chilean writer and politician Neftalí Ricardo Reyes Basoalto. Neruda assumed his pen name as a teenager, partly because it was in vogue, partly to hide his poetry from his father, a rigid man who wanted his son to have a “practical” occupation. Neruda’s pen name was derived from Czech writer and poet Jan Neruda; Pablo is thought to be from Paul Verlaine. With his works translated into many languages, Pablo Neruda is considered one of the greatest and most influential poets of the 20th century.

Pablo Neruda goodreads

Jane-A-Day: 5 Year Journal: 365 Witticisms by Jane Austen

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Let the wit and wisdom of Jane Austen guide you throughout the next five years. Each journal page features a memorable quote from the iconic author’s oeuvre that can be revisited each year. Created to help you make a time capsule of your thoughts, simply turn to today’s date and take a few moments to comment on the quote. When you finish the year, move on to the next section. As the years go by, you’ll notice how your commentary evolves.

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