The Texans Favor – #NewRelease @dk_deters #WesternRomance @NetGalley @WildRosePress

I received a copy of this book through NetGalley and Wild Rose Press. Opinions expressed are solely my own.

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Jake Fontaine, a Texas Ranger, is hot on the trail of the vicious outlaw, Grizzly Duvall, when everything goes wrong.

Kat Collins is hellbent on escaping from her abusive uncle when she witnesses the ambush that will end the lawman’s life. She makes a rash decision to fire at the attackers and her actions save him.

Now, Jake is obligated. But because she’s dressed like a boy, he doesn’t realize she’s a woman until her hat falls off and her braid tumbles out. His Texas code of ethics won’t allow him to leave a woman alone in the wilds of Kansas. Frustrated that this new turn of events causes him to lose the outlaw he is so determined to capture, he offers to accompany her to the ferry that will take her across the river to St. Louis.

Kat is strongly independent. She needs no one. She will make it to St. Louis and start a new life as a seamstress. So, when Jake insists on accompanying her, she makes it clear she does not need his help.

Thus begins a tumultuous relationship. Each struggles to deny any attraction they feel.

Things go sideways when Kat’s uncle catches up to the pair and forces Jake to marry her. After all her uncle is a judge and the marriage is legal and binding. For me, this part of the story was not believable. That a man would go to all the trouble to track down his niece, then not force her to return with him seemed a little far-fetched.

But now they’re married and when one night of passion brings them together, maybe they are going to work out their differences after all.

Not the case. While Jake is sleeping, Kat sneaks away, taking his horse with her.

Throughout the rest of the story, Kat is running and Jake is pursuing and each time they meet up, their relationship switches from cold to hot in seconds.

The story ramps up when Jake’s grandfather goes to St. Louis to find Kat and get her out of his grandson’s life forever. But instead, in five short weeks, he falls in love with the woman who has given birth to his great-granddaughter and on his dying bed, wills the ranch in Texas to her.

Now things get really complicated. Jake is betrothed to another. He has no idea he has a daughter.

He and Kat are like oil and water. I grew a little frustrated with both of them at different times during the story when they lied to each other and danced around the truth over and over.

However, the story does culminate into an action-filled shoot-out and happy ending.

If not for the frustration I felt while reading the story, and a couple of plot twists that were not believable, this would be a five-star read for me. However, I give it a four-star rating.

If you enjoy westerns, and tumultuous romances, you would enjoy this story.

Whiplash – Janet Dailey #Review #NetGalley

I received a copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review. All opinions expressed are strictly my own.

I picked this book up because I have enjoyed other books written by Janet Dailey.

But there is something different about this book. Janet Dailey passed away in 2013, so I am assuming Whiplash was written by a ghostwriter. I was not able to conjure up any empathy for the heroine, Val. She never seemed to able to move past her sordid past and terrible mistakes to embrace the present opportunities. That gave me no reason to root for her.


The book is set in the world of the National PBR (Professional Bullriding) Finals rodeo event in Las Vegas, Nevada. I loved the way the author set the scene and took me inside the rodeo arena to see the action close-up. When a man climbs on the back of a 1,800-pound bull and the chute is opened, anything can happen – and does.


Casey Bozeman is the hero in this story and I immediately fell in love with him. He is one of those people we all know, who will step up to help anyone in need. His job is to protect the cowboys that ride the bulls. And more times than one, he had to collide with the angry bull to save another man’s life.

Casey and Val fell in love when they were teenagers. But that was years ago. And after Val left with no explanation and dropped off the face of the earth, he was left with a broken heart and life. But he put himself back together and even tried marriage, which failed. He finally came to grips with the notion he could never love anyone the way he loved Val, but she was gone. That is until she turns up with her family at the PBR. But Val is in trouble. The kind of trouble that threatens lives. You don’t cross the mafia and live. And yet Casey is determined to help her and to get her back into his bed.

There were parts of this book that I loved. The older sister, Tess, the younger sister, Lexie, and her husband Shane were all great characters. They are united with one goal and that is to save their ranch and produce some stock bulls to ride into the big money in the rodeo arena. Each character has flaws, but they form a united front. Val is the outsider, even though she’s come back home after leaving a drug and alcohol rehab treatment. The troubles Val brings to their door, are monumental and can end it all. She repetitiously has thoughts of remorse, but her actions don’t back up those thoughts. She has deep dark secrets that she keeps hidden along with the scars on her body.

The author drops hints throughout the book as to what her secret is, but until it all comes out, the reader is left to wonder what it is that keeps this beautiful woman so conflicted. I commend the author for that.

While I loved the rodeo setting and enjoyed the plot, I would like to have seen Val be more genuine instead of trying to manipulate everyone, including the men who were determined to kill her. She is playing a deadly game with innocent lives.

The star of the story is a bull named Whiplash. Even though he’s been bred to be bucking stock for the rodeo, he’s young and easily traumatized. But it took his fury to bring down the antagonist.

The story comes to a conclusion with an overall happy ending.

With less repetitious thoughts and scenes, this would be a stronger story.

While I would like to give this book a higher rating, I can only offer up Three Stars.

#NewRelease! Shh…It’s Our Secret @Lizzie_Chantree

I am so excited to share my blog space with the amazing author, Lizzie Chantree! She is here to tell us all about her newest book release!

Thank you, Jan! I’m thrilled to be here!

I want to share a character profile from my newest book, “Shh…It’s Our Secret.”

Having good mental health can help us relax, achieve more and lead happier lives. In my latest book, “Shh. It’s Our Secret,” my main character, Violet, has been dealt some blows by life. She is determined to show her friends and her sister that she can be a strong person and successful in her chosen career, which is managing a run-down café and bar.

The café bar regulars have become Violet’s family, following the loss of her own parents, and she fights to persuade the new owners of the café that the regulars should still be a part of the rebranded bar’s make-up. Three feisty pensioners and some untrained bar staff don’t really appeal to Kai, but he soon learns why they mean so much to Violet.

Violet has a shy personality and although she is very friendly, she hides in her comfort zone and shies away from any conflict. She has a secret that could change the fate of the whole community, but to share it means that she has to believe in herself, to step out of the shadows, and find her voice.

Book Blurb:

Violet has a secret that could change the lives of everyone she knows and loves, especially the regulars at the run-down café bar where she works. After losing her parents at a young age, they are the closest thing she has to a family and she feels responsible for them.

Kai is a jaded music producer who has just moved outside of town. Seeking solitude from the stress of his job, he’s looking for seclusion. The only problem is he can’t seem to escape the band members and songwriters who keep showing up at his house.

When Kai wanders into the bar and Violet’s life, he accidentally discovers her closely guarded secret. Can Kai help her rediscover her self-confidence or should some secrets remain undiscovered?

Universal link: Shh… It’s Our Secret: mybook.to/ItsOurSecret

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

International bestselling author Lizzie Chantree, started her own business at the age of 18 and became one of Fair Play London and The Patent Office’s British Female Inventors of the Year. She writes books full of friendship and laughter, about women with unusual businesses, who are stronger than they realise.

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Book #Reviews! @JoanHallWrites @harmony_kent @WendyWrites1 @judypost

I have had a month of fabulous reading and want to share the cream of the crop!

Blurb:

Bounty hunters come to Muddy River to capture its amiable bartender, Derek Fang, Raven Black, a demon and the town’s enforcer, warns them off because the vampire hasn’t committed any crime. But a succubus who was Derek’s lover centuries ago has finally found him and wants him back–enough to pay big money to whoever brings him to her–alive.

MY REVIEW:

This is book 5 in the Muddy River Mystery series and although I haven’t read the other books in the series, I was not at all lost reading this segment of the story. Muddy River is a town inhabited solely by supernatural characters. Vampires, Witches, Werewolves, Shapeshifters, and Demons make up the population. In this segment of the story, Derek, a Vampire is hunted by a succubus who wants him back as her plaything and will stop at nothing to get him. I love how the town comes together to protect one of their own. I won’t give away the plot but will say the story is a page-turner and a quick read. If you love paranormal activity, believable characters, and plenty of action, you will love this story! Great world-building!

Blurb:

When celebrated international purse designer, Katherine Watson, hosts a gala for her Purse-onality Museum, she never expected the next day’s headline to read: ‘Murder at the Gala Premiere.’ But after a dead body is found during the event, that’s exactly what happened. Working to solve the murder, Katherine matches wits with local cop Jason Holmes and his K-9 partner, Hobbs. Although Holmes and Watson disagree often, they discover an undeniable attraction building between them. But they’ll have to put their feelings on hold and focus on solving the murder, before Katherine becomes the killer’s next knock off.

MY REVIEW:

This story is a well-written whodunit mystery that also includes some fascinating history about purses. When Katherine, a world-famous purse designer, comes back to her hometown of Bayside to establish a purse museum in their old victorian family home, things could not go more awry. Her best friend, the mayor of the small town, is murdered at the museum’s opening gala. The list of suspects is long and Katherine doesn’t trust the police to find the real murderer. So, she begins her own investigation which leads her into danger more than once. Policeman, Jason and his K-9 Hobbs become an integral part of the story along with many other characters. I loved Katherine’s eccentric mother, Moonjava. She embodied the sixties hippy image and although she came across as being flighty, when it counted the most, she stepped up to the plate. Katherine’s grandmother was another unforgettable character. So who murdered Brenda? Her husband, Russ? A pushy reporter? Someone on the City Council? A crime novelist? The list grows as Katherine digs deeper into discovering the identity of the killer. If you love a cozy mystery with bits of humor thrown in, you will enjoy this story. The author did a great job of keeping the identity of the murderer hidden until the end of the book.

Blurb:

Dream home or damned home?

Ruth Hazelton is over the moon when her husband Lee agrees with the nineteenth-century Victorian in Madeira, New Mexico, is the perfect home for them. While he starts his new job as police chief, she sets about unpacking and decorating.

But it’s not long before Ruth needs more. She becomes a fixture in the community, making time for everyone, volunteering, hosting events—she’s every bit the social butterfly her husband is not. Through her friendships, she learns several former residents of her home met with untimely deaths. If she were superstitious, she might fear a curse, but such nonsense doesn’t faze her.

Until the unthinkable happens.

Now, as the end of Ruth’s life draws near, she must find a way to convey her message and stop the cycle to prevent anyone else from suffering in the house of sorrow.

MY REVIEW:

I thoroughly enjoyed this short story and wanted it to continue. It all starts with a beautiful one-hundred-year-old Victorian home in a small town in northern New Mexico. I fell in love with the town, the people, and the house in this introduction to the Madeira Legends series. This close-knit community has everything you’d expect to find in a small town, from friendly neighbors, to children who play on the streets until after dark, to mystery and intrigue. And the house is the center of attention.
Ruth Hazleton and her husband Lee move to Madeira after Lee lands the job as Chief of Police. I really related to Ruth’s character. She is friendly, outgoing, and caring. She is the lady that bakes cookies for the neighborhood children, organizes Easter egg hunts, and decorates for every holiday. Set in the sixties, the author weaves historical events throughout this short story, from the Kennedy assassinations to the first Apollo landing on the moon and the break-up of The Beatles. She makes the story believable along with the characters and the mystery surrounding the old house. Could the house truly be cursed? I cannot wait to find out! I enjoyed that the author put the first chapter from the first novel in the series at the end of this short story. It whets my appetite for more. I highly recommend this if you love a good mystery set in a believable small town with unforgettable characters.

Blurb:

It’s so remote out here. Anything could happen …

A missed phone call in the night is all it takes.

When Carole’s 18-year-old son goes missing, she breaks into Jayden’s laptop to try to understand his life.

All too soon, Carole discovers just how little she knew her boy.

And when one lead after another dead-ends, the distraught mother has to face the unthinkable.

Sucked into a sticky web of deceit and lies, nothing is as it seems.

When your life turns inside out and upside down, who would you trust?

MY REVIEW:

Talk about a nail-biter! This story begins with some backstory that is essential to what happens as the main story begins. Carole lost her husband, Harvey, to cancer. That left only her and their son, Jayden. As the story begins, Carole is texting with eighteen-year-old Jayden about when he’ll be home. Even though he’s of age, she still worries. After all, he is her entire world. She makes the mistake of taking sleeping pills with wine before going to bed that night. She missed the calls and frantic text from her son. And, he never made it home. Guilt-ridden and terrified, she searches everywhere for him and comes up empty-handed. Finally, she involves law enforcement. The author not only shows this mother’s terror, but she also places you right inside it with her. I sat with Carole as she scrolls through page after page of social media looking for any clues as to where Jayden might be. As she continues her frantic search, she is mortified to realize she knows little of her son’s life. She’s been so locked into her years of grief that she’s shut him out. I won’t go into details, but over a period of five days, Carole moves from one horrific moment and event to the next. The only thing keeping her going is her favorite Macchiato coffee and knowing in her heart that her son is still alive somewhere. I was on the edge of my seat through this entire story and devoured it as fast as possible just to find out what happened. Talk about a shock! If you love a psychological roller-coaster and don’t have a weak heart, I highly recommend this story! While the numerous scenes of Carole sitting at her table and making yet another coffee became repetitious, it was not enough to deter me from finding out the ending to this tale. It depicts a parent’s worst nightmare in a visual and emotive way.

I only post 4 and 5 star reviews. I highly recommend any or ALL of these books!

BOOK TOUR Ended – GHOSTLY INTERFERENCE @WildRosePress

This has been one helluva ride!

If you missed any of the stops, you can still visit and join in the fun!

Day 1: D.L. Finn and Amber Daulton

Day 2: Petticoats & PistolsStaci TroiloMarcia Meara

Day 3: Gwen Plano

Day 4: Joan Hall

Day 5: Mark Bierman

Day 6: Patty Perrin

Day 7: Miriam Hurdle and Balroop Singh

Day 8: C.S. Boyack

Day 9: John W. Howell

Day 10: Debby Gies

Day ll: Harmony Kent

Day 12: Pete Springer

Day 13: Pat Garcia

Day 14: Judith Barrow

Day 15: Heather Kindt

Day 16: Mae Clair and Jacquie Biggar

Day 17: Yvette Calleiro

Day 18: Sarah Stuart and Julie Samrick

Day 19: Robbie Cheadle

Day 20: Kimberly Baer

Day 21: 4 Wills Publishing

Rox Burkey

Shirley Harris Slaughter

Charles W. Jones

The Blog Tour Maven

Susanne Leist

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BOOK TOUR Final Stop! GHOSTLY INTERFERENCE @4WillsPub @4WP11 @RRBC_Org @1rburkey @ChuckWesJ @SusanneLeist @shirleyharrislaughter @ @wildrosepress @RRBC_Org @RRBC_RWISA @Tweets4RWISA

The tour bus is rolling one final day! I think it’s going to head straight into the shop for a 100,000-mile tune-up after this.

4 Wills Publishing offers blog tours at very affordable rates and they have provided the final stops for me, as I conclude the Ghostly Interference Tour. And don’t forget! The book is on sale through January 22nd, so if you haven’t grabbed a copy yet, now’s the time! Just click on the highlighted title above for a purchase link.

On to my five hosts:

Rox Burkey is an RRBC member and part of a writing duo known as Breakfield and Burkey. They write techno-thrillers and draw from their twenty-five plus years of experience in the IT field to create their stories. The latest release, “Enigma Threat” is hot off the press and promises to be an edge-of-your-seat story with perhaps too much realism for comfort. We are discussing story-layering at her blog stop today. Come on over! Let’s eat an artichoke!

https://roxburkey.com/welcome-to-the-ghostly-interference-1-day-5-blog-tour-jansikes3-4willspub-4wp11-rrbc_org-tweets4rwisa-rrbc-rwisa/

Jade, the Blog Tour Maven hosts authors. She generously devotes her blog to promoting others. At her stop today, we are talking about the similarities and differences between tradition and self-publishing. I’d love to hear from you!

https://blogtourmaven.wordpress.com/2021/01/14/welcome-to-the-ghostly-interference-1-day-5-blog-tour-jansikes3-4willspub-4wp-rrbc_org-tweets4rwisa/

Next, the bus stops in New York at Susanne Leist’s blog site. Susanne is an RRBC member and explores the otherworldly relations between Vampires and humans with her Dead Game Series. Her latest release, “Prey For The Dead,” wraps up the series with an epic battle between good and evil! We are discussing the three P’s of writing at her place, so come on over!

https://susanneleist.wordpress.com/2021/01/14/welcome-to-the-ghostly-interference-1-day-5-blog-tour-jansikes3-4willspub-4wp11-rrbc_org-tweets4rwisa-rrbc-rwisa/

Shirley Harris Slaughter is one of the most supportive members of RRBC. She is always there with a hand-up and offering encouragement. Her latest book release, “Ronald L. Powell: Missing In Action” is a heart-wrenching tale of her brother who went to war and never returned leaving a lot of unanswered questions. At her blog stop, I am sharing five pieces of writing wisdom that I’ve learned the hard way over the years. I’d love to chat!

https://shirleyslaughter.com/2021/01/14/welcome-to-the-ghostly-interference-1-day-5-blog-tour-jansikes3-4willspub-4wp11-rrbc_org-tweets4rwisa-rrbc-rwisa/

Charles W. Jones, another RRBC author, writes horror tales and writes them well. He can make the hair stand up on the back of your neck! His latest dystopian novel, “The Road To Saratin,” made my 2020 Top Ten List. The story gripped me from page one! We will be discussing sexual advances in the workplace at his stop today, so come on over.

https://ravereviewsbookclub.wordpress.com/horror-rrbc/

Also, if you missed any of the stops so far you can still visit and join in the fun!

Day 1: D.L. Finn and Amber Daulton

Day 2: Petticoats & PistolsStaci TroiloMarcia Meara

Day 3: Gwen Plano

Day 4: Joan Hall

Day 5: Mark Bierman

Day 6: Patty Perrin

Day 7: Miriam Hurdle and Balroop Singh

Day 8: C.S. Boyack

Day 9: John W. Howell

Day 10: Debby Gies

Day ll: Harmony Kent

Day 12: Pete Springer

Day 13: Pat Garcia

Day 14: Judith Barrow

Day 15: Heather Kindt

Day 16: Mae Clair and Jacquie Biggar

Day 17: Yvette Calleiro

Day 18: Sarah Stuart and Julie Samrick

Day 19: Robbie Cheadle

Day 20: Kimberly Baer

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BOOK TOUR Day 20! GHOSTLY INTERFERENCE #romance #ghost #newrelease @wildrosepress @KimberlyBaer14

The tour bus is rolling again!

Today I’m honored to be a guest of a Wild Rose Press author, Kimberly Baer. Born in Pennsylvania, Kimberly now resides in Virginia. Her most recent book release, “The Haunted Purse,” is a compelling YA tale about a bag with secrets and imbued with supernatural powers.

I enjoyed answering Kimberly’s questions and got to share a little more about the White Rune Series as a whole. Please head on over and join us!

https://www.kimberlybaer.com/post/interview-with-jan-sikes

Also, if you missed any of the stops so far you can still visit and join in the fun!

Day 1: D.L. Finn and Amber Daulton

Day 2: Petticoats & PistolsStaci TroiloMarcia Meara

Day 3: Gwen Plano

Day 4: Joan Hall

Day 5: Mark Bierman

Day 6: Patty Perrin

Day 7: Miriam Hurdle and Balroop Singh

Day 8: C.S. Boyack

Day 9: John W. Howell

Day 10: Debby Gies

Day ll: Harmony Kent

Day 12: Pete Springer

Day 13: Pat Garcia

Day 14: Judith Barrow

Day 15: Heather Kindt

Day 16: Mae Clair and Jacquie Biggar

Day 17: Yvette Calleiro

Day 18: Sarah Stuart and Julie Samrick

Day 19: Robbie Cheadle

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BOOK TOUR Day 19! GHOSTLY INTERFERENCE #romance #ghost #newrelease @wildrosepress @bakeandwrite @RRBC_Org

The tour bus is rolling again!

And magically, we are stopping in South Africa at Robbie Cheadle‘s wonderful blog site! Robbie is an RRBC author and possesses many talents including the wonderful art of baking. Along with her son, Michael, Robbie wrote several children’s stories that include recipes for children to try. Sir Chocolate is the character in all of these amazing books and he has many adventures! But that’s not all. Robbie also writes poetry, short stories and has a knack for writing paranormal stories. Please take a look around her site at all of her books!

We are discussing book titles at her blog site today. I’d love to chat with you!

https://robbiesinspiration.wordpress.com/2021/01/08/booktour-ghostly-interference-by-jan-sikes/

Also, if you missed any of the stops so far you can still visit and join in the fun!

Day 1: D.L. Finn and Amber Daulton

Day 2: Petticoats & PistolsStaci TroiloMarcia Meara

Day 3: Gwen Plano

Day 4: Joan Hall

Day 5: Mark Bierman

Day 6: Patty Perrin

Day 7: Miriam Hurdle and Balroop Singh

Day 8: C.S. Boyack

Day 9: John W. Howell

Day 10: Debby Gies

Day ll: Harmony Kent

Day 12: Pete Springer

Day 13: Pat Garcia

Day 14: Judith Barrow

Day 15: Heather Kindt

Day 16: Mae Clair and Jacquie Biggar

Day 17: Yvette Calleiro

Day 18: Sarah Stuart and Julie Samrick

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BOOK TOUR Day 18! GHOSTLY INTERFERENCE #romance #ghost #newrelease @wildrosepress @juliesamrick @sasspip

The tour bus is rolling again!

And it is going to be doing some magic traveling today as I will be with Author, Julie Samrick in California and Author, Sarah Stuart in England.

Sarah Stuart wrote a series of 5 books, The Royal Command Saga, of which I devoured the first four with the fifth waiting on my Kindle. She followed that with the Richard and Maria trilogy. If you love drama with unpredictable plot twists, you will love Sarah’s books! In the meantime, I hope you’ll join us on her blog site where we are discussing how a passion for music can and does drive Ghostly Interference!

https://authorsarahstuart.com/2021/01/07/ghostly-intervention-my-favourite-book-from-readers-favorite-2020/

Julie Samrick has written a book that couldn’t be more timely considering the volatile political climate in the United States. How People Get Their Politics: Conversations with Americans About the Experiences that Shaped Their Political Belief takes an in-depth look into what makes people choose political sides. We have a special surprise waiting for you at Julie’s place, so I hope you’ll join us!

https://www.juliesamrick.com/blog/welcome-author-jan-sikes

Also, if you missed any of the stops so far you can still visit and join in the fun!

Day 1: D.L. Finn and Amber Daulton

Day 2: Petticoats & PistolsStaci TroiloMarcia Meara

Day 3: Gwen Plano

Day 4: Joan Hall

Day 5: Mark Bierman

Day 6: Patty Perrin

Day 7: Miriam Hurdle and Balroop Singh

Day 8: C.S. Boyack

Day 9: John W. Howell

Day 10: Debby Gies

Day ll: Harmony Kent

Day 12: Pete Springer

Day 13: Pat Garcia

Day 14: Judith Barrow

Day 15: Heather Kindt

Day 16: Mae Clair and Jacquie Biggar

Day 17: Yvette Calleiro

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BOOK TOUR Day 16! GHOSTLY INTERFERENCE #romance #ghost #newrelease @wildrosepress @YvetteMCalleiro

The tour bus is rolling again!

Today’s host is none other than the super talented RRBC and RWISA author, Yvette Calleiro! Not only is Yvette a talented writer, but she is also an educator. Her YA Diasodz series has won numerous awards and most recently she published a short story, Breathless.

Do you think reading can lead to writing? Come on over to Yvette’s and let’s talk about it!

http://yvettemcalleiro.blogspot.com/2021/01/book-tour-day-ghostly-interference.html

Also, if you missed any of the stops so far you can still visit and join in the fun!

Day 1: D.L. Finn and Amber Daulton

Day 2: Petticoats & PistolsStaci TroiloMarcia Meara

Day 3: Gwen Plano

Day 4: Joan Hall

Day 5: Mark Bierman

Day 6: Patty Perrin

Day 7: Miriam Hurdle and Balroop Singh

Day 8: C.S. Boyack

Day 9: John W. Howell

Day 10: Debby Gies

Day ll: Harmony Kent

Day 12: Pete Springer

Day 13: Pat Garcia

Day 14: Judith Barrow

Day 15: Heather Kindt

Day 16: Mae Clair and Jacquie Biggar

Comments are closed here because I want you to comment on the blog sites, please. 🙂 And Thank You!