How much do I love your writing? Let me count the ways…I am currently reading the Survivor series for about the 7th time and just finished the Bedwyn series for the 10th time (a conservative estimate). If I had to pick a favorite, though, it’d be a tie between “More Than a Mistress” and “The Temporary Wife.” I have only one thing to take issue with, however. I almost (key word, there) wish I’d never discovered your writing because you have spoiled me for every other author. I read quite, quite voraciously (average about one long novel per day) and there are many authors whose works I thoroughly enjoy, but I always come back to your books and I’m nearly to the point that I no longer need to read certain passages as they are forever memorialized in my brain. It’s sad, really. I am anxiously awaiting the ebook releases of “Tangled” and “Thief of Dreams” as those will both be completely new to me (I only discovered you in the past 5 years or so and have devoured everything available for my Kindle and my Kobo readers). Though I truly enjoy even your earliest works, I must say that, in my opinion, you’ve only improved with the years. I now find myself unable to read authors who do not completely distinguish in which character’s voice I’m reading a story (in other words, which character’s head I’m occupying while he or she is thinking, speaking, etc).
Anyway, many thanks for the hours upon hours you’ve made me laugh and bawl noisily (yes, you should buy stock in tissue companies as several of your books cause me to go through an entire box even on reading them for the zillionth time) and I hope you are nowhere near finished writing. I mean, what on earth will I do with myself after I’ve memorized them all? The mind boggles.