- Bridgetown, St, Barbados
- member since August 31, 2007
Wayne’s last login was Sunday, October 13, 2013.
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Hello Wayne; thanks for adding me as a friend. I truly enjoyed the Knight Family Trilogy. Shayne was a stronge caring character to lead this trilogy. Did you write all three stories at once or did the Russell and Tamara stories develope later? I wondered why the cover for Always a Knight, did not have Russell in dreds? doing the first book I viewed that a tension point for Shayne and would have love to see it carried forth in Russell's story. I enjoyed this family so much, I did not want the story line to end, Are you going to write about the Troy and George from A Gentle Knight or have anything else planned that will enclude this family?
Sorry I’ve been away so long. I’ve been entirely toooooo busy.
Anywhooo, in your Black Romance group, we’ll be reading Protect and Serve by Gwyneth Bolton next and start discussing it on 10 Oct. Now go ahead and purchase Gwen’s book now, even if you plan on reading it late, because it is a Harlequin book and you know they can be difficult to find.
Have you heard about all the fun we had at the 2008 Romance Slam Jam? Well that’s NOTHING compared to what’s coming in 2010.
It’s Romance Slam Jam’s Crystal Anniversary! Our theme is Back to the Future with Rochelle Alers as our keynote speaker! Everyone is Welcome To Join the Romance Slam Jam Crystal Anniversary Celebration Cruise departing from Miami, Florida, Sunday April 10th, 2010. We will be embarking on the five day Carnival Cruise to Ocho Rios, Jamaica and Grand Cayman, Cayman Islands on the “Destiny” Fun Ship.
For full details go to: http://www.romanceslamjam.org/conference/Newsletter/Articles/RSJCruise2010.htm
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To Love a knight is the first one of your books I read, and I truly enjoyed how
you developed the male character in this book. I could feel the depth of his
emotions and inner turmoil. You are a gifted writer and I look forward to reading
the other books.