No…Yes Doors

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This was at the Bourbon House Seafood restaurant. Nobody probably noticed them, but I got the biggest kick out of them. Am I weird or what? Ask me the name of the restaurant, and I was clueless. I had to look up my receipt. Ask me about the kitchen doors and I can tell you what they said. 🙂

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Writing on Her Highland Hero. Halfway done! Tried to weed yesterday because it rained and was easy to pull up grass and weeds. The problem when it gets wet? Fire ants are looking for a dry place. I hate fire ants. Anyway, someone told me to watch out that they bite.

I know. That’s how I knew they were on me. And, for anyone that doesn’t know, they are called fire ants for a reason. The bites feel like they are on fire. They cling to everything, so even if you have a hose on and you try to hose them down, several will cling to your feet and legs, wherever they’ve gotten to, your sandals, tennis shoes, whatever. And they’re small. But they have big teeth. They can leave big welts too. I love gardening, except for mosquitoes and fire ants.


Fun Review! Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION’s Pack Alpha – Chelle:

Jaguar Hunt is the 3rd book in the HEART OF THE JAGUAR series and may have been my favorite so far. It was a highly entertaining read with lovable characters, plenty of intrigue, a nice paced plot, and a great ending. While these books are all part of the series, they stand perfectly well on their own and do not need to be read in order.

I loved the mystery in Jaguar Hunt. The subterfuge, overlapping history and storylines, and the snippets from the character’s pasts that made the story so much deeper and more intriguing.

One of the best things about Jaguar Hunt, outside of the entertainment, mystery, and romance, were the supporting characters. I absolutely LOVED the twins, and I cannot wait to read their own books/novellas and find out more about them as the series progresses!

I would definitely recommend Jaguar Hunt for all paranormal romance fans, especially fans of Terry Spear and the series thus far.


Okay, back to writing about the Highlander. No fire ants in Scotland. Yes!


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