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A question for you…
Saturday, February 13th, 2010

Just a couple quick notes before the really, really important question of the day.


He didn’t know the nightly peepshow was just a naughty invitation…

Monday, I’ll start a mini-countdown contest to celebrate the release of Fun With Dick and Jayne. The book releases next week, February 17th, and you can read a short excerpt by clicking on the link. Be sure to stop by Monday and see what I’m up to. If you loved Jane’s Wild Weekend or Raw Silk, and like your heroes to come in pairs, you will love this one too!


Expect magic when one determined woman dons a legendary pair of red stilettos and bares body and heart to get her man’s attention…

I have a release date now for Bad, Bad Girlfriend—March 24th! You’re going to love the book. The hero’s a wounded, clueless (when it comes to women) cop. The heroine is sassy, larger than life and courageous. And the book has one of the funniest scenes I’ve ever written. I can’t wait for you to read it!

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So now to the question. You know I love to do these. Not only because I can’t think of anything witty to say of my own today, but because your answers reveal a little bit of yourselves to me. So have fun with this.

If you could have the original of anything in the world, what would you want it to be? (Assume that you would never be allowed to sell it for money; you must simply enjoy it for what it is.)

9 comments to “A question for you…”

  1. Cheryl McInnis
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      · February 13th, 2010 at 6:46 am · Link

    Well, that’s easy- I’d love to have the original Kama Sutra. I think my Hubby and I could have a lot of fun looking through it :lol:



  2. Rasha
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      · February 13th, 2010 at 8:48 am · Link

    The original Wuthering Heights. I don’t know, this book had a strong effect on me when I read it. Also the idea of the writer living in the middle of nowhere, dying so young, and coming up with such an incredible story.

    I would love to have that with me from a time before the book was mass produced.



  3. Delilah Devlin
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      · February 13th, 2010 at 9:39 am · Link

    Cheryl! Naughty!!! But a great idea.

    Rasha! How romantic!! I adore that story too.



  4. Lisa J
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      · February 13th, 2010 at 1:22 pm · Link

    I suppose it can’t be my grandma. She died way too young and it would be great to have her back.

    My original thing would be a pyramid. Think of all the time you spend exploring.



  5. Beth C.
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      · February 13th, 2010 at 2:14 pm · Link

    Wow. Good question.
    There are lot of books I’d love to have the original copy of to see how they’ve changed over the centuries.
    But, in thinking about which one would be best to pick, another thought came to mind.
    I’d love to have the original deed issued for my property. It’s the first house I’ve ever owned and I think that would be a great memento to have hanging on the wall to show the history of the property.



  6. Estella
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      · February 13th, 2010 at 3:34 pm · Link

    I would love to have the original copy of Wuthering Heights.



  7. Brandy W
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      · February 13th, 2010 at 4:34 pm · Link

    I have absolutely no idea what I would want then when I started thinking about it I got distracted by the speed skaters on TV and wondering what wonderful thighs and butts they must have.

    Yeah it was all downhill from there and I am currently unable to think.



  8. Susan Lathen
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      · February 14th, 2010 at 3:00 am · Link

    :idea: I would love to have one of Leonardo Da Vinci’s notebooks. He was hundreds of years ahead of his time in inventions and artwork. I saw the preworks of his statue of the “David” and it is frightening how the “David” looks as if it is pushing out of a solid block of marble. In the notebooks I could not only see all his inventions but his creative process of the “David”.



  9. Delilah Devlin
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      · February 14th, 2010 at 8:37 am · Link

    Ladies! So many wonderful choices. And Brandy, I completely understand. The male ice skaters had much better asses than the dancers. :cool: