Guest Book, 2003
Name: Jen
E-Mail: Scubadolly@aol.com
City/State: Brookhaven, PA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Dec 31 11:38:46 2003
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I just discovered your books with the Bedwyn series - but I have started to read your previous books. I must say that I have read NO MAN'S MISTRESS in 1 day and have to say that is probably my favorite book ever! The story was incredible and I am so glad that someone finally used a "real" ex-courtesan for a main character. At first when you discover that she is a supposed courtesan I was thinking he would bed her and find out she was a virgin not the other way around! That was great!!! I especially loved how human you made your characters feel - I was tearing up while reading many of the scenes. I am sure many poor girls were forced into a life like Viola in the 1800s it is nice to have a story even fictional have a happy ending for one of them.


Name: susan nash
E-Mail: susan.nash@em-power.com
City/State: Coronado CA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Dec 31 11:23:34 2003
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Mary: I enjoyed your book "Irresistible": are there other books in that family? Thanks PS Can't wait for Wulfic's story!


Name: Ann
E-Mail: ann@latmos.net
City/State: Maryland
Country: USA
Date: Tue Dec 30 11:41:20 2003
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Dear Mary, I'm a middle aged woman who wouldn't have been caught dead with a romance novels in my hands when, desperate for something to read, I picked up No Man's Mistress in an airport about a year ago. It was a revelation. I did not know a romance novel could be so well written, thought-provoking and engaging. Since then I've read about half your book list, including as many of your out-of-print works I can find. I've also discovered other romance writers, particularly regency authors. I especially enjoy the work of Julia Quinn, Laura Kinsale, Julia Ross and Christina Dodd but your novels are my favorite. Your writing has a controlled intensity and an originality of plot that I haven't found, consistently anyway, in the other authors I've read. Some of your books are better constructed and written than others, in my view, but they are always well worth reading. I'm in awe of your ability to write in such quantity and with such high quality. You're surely God's gift to the regency romance genre! Thank you for many hours of enchantment and enjoyment and please keep creating your moving, well crafted novels!


Name: Linda Amidon
E-Mail: muddywateralso@yahoo.com
City/State: Phillipston
Country: USA
Date: Tue Dec 30 09:14:21 2003
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Have fallen love with all your books. I have the advantage of getting most of your older books through my local library but have buying over ebay the ones I can not get. Sorry I have missed all these years of enjoyment.


Name: emilie
E-Mail: emibug@yahoo.com
City/State: mundelein, illinois
Country: usa
Date: Mon Dec 29 00:18:52 2003
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Hi, i am big fan of yours and the bedwyn series especially slightly scandalous which is my favorite so far.i know the bedwyn seriee will come to an end in june with wulfric story. i am hoping that u would put an epilogue in slightly dangerous. i am begging and asking you to please add an epilogue about the bedwyns altogether and how are they after so many years of married life like how many children they each have and etcetera, plese! it just so nice to know what have become of them after getting married especially the fiercely independent freyja bedwyn. Hope you consider my request. THANK YOU!


Name: Taline J
E-Mail: talnto2@aol.com
City/State: Toronto
Country: Canada
Date: Sat Dec 27 19:12:50 2003
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Mary I am forever a fan of yours!! I am 35 yrs.old w/2kids a job etc.. Thank You soo much for the hours of enjoyment and freedom!! The hours I have spent reading your books have given me a chance of forgetting all my problems ,which there are lots, it gives me a wonderful chance to escape the daily pressures of life!! Thanks so much!! I just wanted to ask about Kit's brother Syd, there is nothin better than a tortured soul who finds happiness, of course in Wales!! I really think he needs to happy he deserves it, please write him a happy ending!! I also wanted to knowhow you can write these books so fast, it is such a welcome change to be involved with characters and not wait for one year for each book, that alone is awesome but that the books are great, very well written, funny and heartwarming and organized is reallu beyond belief!! WELL DONE!!! Thanks again for me little bit of freedom!!!


Name: Beverly Abney
E-Mail: babney@cox.net
City/State: Glendale Arizona
Country: USA
Date: Thu Dec 25 22:42:38 2003
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I am a long-time fan with a new e-mail address.


Name: kathleen lach
E-Mail: joesla5@aol.com
City/State: macomb mi 48044
Country: usa
Date: Thu Dec 25 19:36:06 2003
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dear Mary Balogh JUst a note to say how much I enjoy all of your books. They are like old friends. I read them when I'm happy, sad and in-between. I have them all and reread them many time. Your command of the English language is remarkable and makes for very enjoyable reading. I'm looking forward to the next Bedwyn book. Sincerely, Kathleen Lach


Name: Dee Owen
E-Mail: deannaowen@hotmail.com
City/State: Perth, Western Australia
Country: AUSTRALIA
Date: Thu Dec 25 18:55:35 2003
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I have read almost all the books you have ever written and I am delighted to say that I have read most of them more than once - some three or four times. Of the more modern books I think 'More than a Mistress' is my favourite - I love the 'Duke of Tresham' his character is so endearing- he has brought me to tears. What a wonderful gift you share with us. Dee


Name: Margaret Murray-Evans
E-Mail: murmeme47@aol.com
City/State: Knoxville, TN
Country: USA
Date: Thu Dec 25 18:47:19 2003
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Reading UNDER THE MISTLETOE certainly made for wonderful holiday reading. I noticed evenmore Christmas reading on your backlist that I need to find. I love your stories and books and look forward to more in 2004. THANKS FOR THE GREAT READS!!


Name: Diane Bernard
E-Mail: Diane.F.Bernard@us.hsbc.com
City/State: NYC, NY
Country: USA
Date: Wed Dec 24 15:33:07 2003
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Ms. Balogh, I have all of your books, and have re-read them several times. I have sometimes wished that your characters would speak with more emphasis, and would like to know if you have a particular reason to avoid emphatic punctuation, italics, and the like. The strongly emotional situations in which you place your characters has often brought me to tears, and I would like to thank you for the powerful stories you present. I hope you plan to continue writing for many years to come! Best regards, Diane


Name: Susan Ferraiole
E-Mail: haeneleh@yahoo.com
City/State: Wallkill, New York
Country: US
Date: Wed Dec 24 08:14:32 2003
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Thank you so much for your wonderfully written books. I started reading your work with the "Slightly..." series and just love the Bedwyn family. I'm so happy you have addressed Wulfric as he is the most enigmatic character (and one of my favorites). Like you, I am an avid reader and consider you one of my favorite authors. Thanks again -- have a Happy Holiday!!


Name: JoAnn
E-Mail: skyeraven11@yahoo.com
City/State: San Benito, TX
Country: USA
Date: Mon Dec 22 18:24:56 2003
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If the Earl of Rosthorn is "considerably older" than Morgan, and Morgan is only 18, then how old is the guy? Like 40 or 35? Don't you think that is too old?


Name: Margaret Lohafer
E-Mail: meoow23456@aol.com
City/State: Virginia Beach, VA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Dec 20 23:20:25 2003
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I have been an ardent fan for many years and continue to enjoy all of your books. This is my first time on your web site and I have enjoyed checking everything out. I have been carrying around a note for several years of two books by you that I couldn't find, otherwise I think I have all of them. When I looked at your list of titles written I didn't find these two titles. They are "The Christmas Wish" and "The Christmas Journey". I've carried the note around for so long I don't even know where I came up with these titles. Could you let me know please if these are real titles of yours. If you didn't write them, no wonder I can't find them! Thank you so much and keep up the great writing.


Name: linda kenyon
E-Mail: lablak1@yahoo.com
City/State: Universal City, TX
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sat Dec 20 22:12:12 2003
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I'm really looking forward to the rest of the "Slightly" series. I'm becoming very proprietary with my novels. I traded books with my sister until I started collecting your books. Now I just buy one for myself and one for her. When I get hassled about my novels, I just tell the hecklers the books are less costly than their prozac.Keep writing. Many of us appreciate the books.


Name: 419 lome
E-Mail: bella@419.com
City/State: 419 lome
Country: 419 lome
Date: Sat Dec 20 01:00:13 2003
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Name: Pat Walker
E-Mail: psw123@comcast.net
City/State: Lisbon, MD
Country: USA
Date: Wed Dec 17 14:12:33 2003
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Dear Mary - I have been one of our fans for over 10 years! I can't remember when I first discoverd your books and avidly sought the older ones that I had missed - now I am eagerly awaiting Lady Morgan's story - more so than ever after finding out it is laid in Brussels before Waterloo. What I especially like about your books is the character development and the multiple points of view... Best wishes for a happy and healty 2004. P.S. I, too, would like to know Lady Gwen's story.


Name: Dorothy Goeddeke
E-Mail: mikegoeddeke@wowway.com
City/State: Shelby Township, Michigan
Country: USA
Date: Wed Dec 17 13:05:27 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I just wanted to thank you for your imagination, your writing skills, your insight, and your work ethic. Thank God you're so prolific; for, just as I eagerly searched for Georgette Heyer's books more than thirty years ago, so do I search for yours...on the internet, at garage sales, at used book stores. I've paid outrageous prices for some of your early out-of-print Regencies, but they were well worth it. I'm happy to see that your publisher will be bringing out more of your wonderful stories this coming year. Thank you again, and may you continue to enjoy good health and good writing. DG


Name: Gloria Lewis
E-Mail: livewire@terraworld.net
City/State: Kansas
Country: USA
Date: Tue Dec 16 15:37:48 2003
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Dear Mary, Just wanted you to know I love your books. I can hardly wait until the rest of your books come out on the Bedwyn family, loved the ones I have read. Happy Holidays and keep up the good work. Gloria


Name: Mary Bellettiere
E-Mail: Libra1340@aol.com
City/State: Brooklyn, New York
Country: USA
Date: Mon Dec 15 23:38:41 2003
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Dear Mary, I have been reading your books since 1989. Love them all.Will not give them up for love or money. Do you think the early ones will ever be reissued? I agree with one fan, that to buy 2nd hand can be very expensive. Your characters are wonderful. Your love scenes are beautifully written.Please keep writing, perhaps about Lady Gwen? A wonderful and beautiful Christmas to you and your family.


Name: penny r
E-Mail: pyoung@kitv.com
City/State: honolulu hi
Country: USA
Date: Mon Dec 15 03:44:26 2003
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I guess one of the disadvantages of having a message board is that you get email from crazy people. I hope you do not take "bigchick"s message (Dec.4) to heart. She must have read a different "Slightly Scandalous" because her description bore no resemblance to the book I read. I think that reader must have serious self- image and authority issues. Freyja may have been arrogant and unfeeling in previous Bedwyn stories but she grows into a beautiful, intelligent sensitive woman...and it is a story that's wonderful in its unfolding. You should be proud of this exceptional book.


Name: Lillian Riggs
E-Mail: lillian_riggs@yahoo.com
City/State: Elyria OH
Country: USA
Date: Sun Dec 14 19:10:55 2003
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Dear Mary Balog, Once again you have taken me on a wonderful trip to another place and time and I have been allowed to travel in the comfort of my own home. I am enjoying the Bedwyn's and that fact that, underneath it all, they are humans who need and want love too. I read some of the messages you have received and I too have been collecting your older books. I was very excited to hear they have dollar value. I think I will just save them to read over and over now, as I do anyhow, and leave them in my will to my young grandsons. They can discover how much someone will pay for them many years from now. I will have enjoyed them myself and the boys will be rich because your books are worth millions of dollars for the pleasure they provide. Many thanks. Lillian


Name: Betty Kasperski
E-Mail: BETTYKAS@TELUSPLANET.NET
City/State: LETHBRIDGE
Country: CANADA
Date: Sun Dec 14 15:34:15 2003
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Hi Mary Thanks for the printable book list. I know I have most of your books, but now I can check against your list. Ta Slightly Scandalous is in my pile 'to be read.' Xmas is getting in the way. Betty K.


Name: Marilyn Mandalis
E-Mail: marilynmandalis@earthlink.net
City/State: Columbus, Ohio
Country: USA
Date: Sat Dec 13 13:44:25 2003
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I,ve enjoyed your books for many years. Keep doing a great job. Thank you for sharing your life story. I grew up in Michigan (still a long way from Saskatchewan) but come still get pretty nasty or beautiful in winter. Enjoy your holidays. All my best, Marilyn


Name: melissa
E-Mail: melissakthomas@yahoo.com
City/State: killeen/texas
Country: usa
Date: Fri Dec 12 21:00:58 2003
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i enjoy your books very much and i cant wait till the next in the bedwyn series come out. i know that they will be great


Name: Jeane G
E-Mail: sca5588@aol.com
City/State: OKC , OK
Country: USA
Date: Fri Dec 12 11:52:02 2003
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Dec. 12, 2003 I love your books an am waiting for the rest of the bedwyns to arrive but I am waiting for the last of the mistress books to come out. It's been a long time. Keep writing and know I will be at the book store to get it when it arrives. Thanks for all your writings


Name: Angeline Bijarro
E-Mail: angelhouse5@yahoo.com
City/State: Flatrock Michigan
Country:
Date: Fri Dec 12 11:38:39 2003
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I can't belive it's almost here your new book the new one that's coming in Jan-04 I've turned my daughter on to you and your books and every time she comes over she looks at my list to see when your next book is coming out we enjoy them so much and can't wait to read Wulfric story all though I got to tell you we were a little dispointed that his wasn't coming out first hahahah we hope it's worth the wait and look forward so much to all the others thank-you so much for the entertainment Angeline Bijarro


Name: Cynthia Anderson
E-Mail: canderson@monmouth.com
City/State: Fair Haven, New Jersey
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Fri Dec 12 10:10:52 2003
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I was on the Amazon.com web page for your books, and came arcross the book covers for the next three Slightly books and I think they are great.Cynthia


Name: nancy bryan
E-Mail: nancyb713@cs.com
City/State: elizabethtown, pa 17022
Country: usa
Date: Thu Dec 11 19:54:56 2003
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i just read my first book that you wrote, slighty wicked, and i just loved it. i will be looking for your books now to read more. thanks for a very nice story. nancy


Name: Sifa Edwards
E-Mail: edfam2@iwon.com
City/State: Brookfield, WI
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Thu Dec 11 13:37:26 2003
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I love your Bedwyn series. I think your writing is amazing. I can't wait for Wulfric's story to be printed. Keep up the great work!!!


Name: Barbara Gleeson
E-Mail: bdgleeson@msn.com
City/State: Chicago, IL
Country: USA
Date: Thu Dec 11 09:32:18 2003
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Thank you for your response to other comments that I have made in the guest book. Also, I appreciate the newsletter and announcements of upcoming publications. I read the excerpt from Slightly Tempted--Morgan Bedwyn's story and can hardly wait to purchase the book. I really enjoyed what I have read thus far. I love this family! Recently, I have been listening to books on tape. How can I obtain a list of your books that are on tape? Awaitng your response...


Name: Sene Pradeep
E-Mail: sene10@hotmail.com
City/State: New Delhi
Country: India
Date: Thu Dec 11 03:55:38 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I am a big fan of yours. I have read many of your books. Amd am eagerly waiting for Morgan's story. The previous three books of the Bedwyn series were really excellent. They hold the readers interest till the last page. Congratulations!!!!


Name: Pat Harkins
E-Mail: HarkinsAmboy50@aol.com
City/State: Stratford, CT
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Wed Dec 10 19:41:12 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, Was in Waldenbooks today inquiring about the release date for the new Bedwyn novel and received your email with the dates of all three. I did purchase Under The Mistletoe and can't wait to start it. Have purchased all of your past novels on Ebay, some came from as far as Australia and I enjoyed everyone. Can't wait to read the final three Bedwyn books. Please write fast.


Name: Kathy Lucas
E-Mail: kathy.lucas@MID.State.MS.US
City/State: Jackson, Mississippi
Country: USA
Date: Wed Dec 10 16:01:33 2003
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I just finished reading the exerpt from the next Bedwyn book, and I can't wait for Morgan's story. Again Ms. Balough you have written a wonderful story. I have just finished readingy Under the Miseltoe. Now I can't wait for Wulfric's story.


Name: GABRIEL SAMSON
E-Mail: toksline@yahoo.com
City/State: monrovia
Country: Liberia
Date: Tue Dec 9 09:20:02 2003
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DREA SIR. WITH HUMBLE AND REPECTFULLY I SUBMIT THIS LETTER TO YOU WITH CORDIAL. BECOS OF SHORTAGE OF TIME,I WILL NOT GO IN TO DETAIL MUCH,I WANT TO BE AN AGENT OF SOME OF YOUR ROMANTIC MAGAZINES IN MY COUNTRY LIBERIA,PLS SENT SENT ME THE VENDOR PRICES OF YOUR MAGAZINES,I HOPE THAT I HEAR FROM YOU YOU. GABRIEL SAMSON


Name: Courtney
E-Mail: karina8680@aol.com
City/State: San Antonio, TX
Country: USA
Date: Mon Dec 8 01:26:33 2003
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Happy Holidays! You've been one of my favorite writers since More Than A Mistress came out. I've enjoyed hunting up your backlist while waiting for your new books. (I'm particulary eager to hear Angeline's story - I bet you never hear that!) I just got a dream part-time job at a used bookstore that specializes in popular fiction. You're one of my favorite authors to recommend! Thank you so much for sharing your gift~ Best wishes, Courtney


Name: Virginia Remedes
E-Mail: virginiar13@msn.com
City/State: Santa Clarita,Ca.91387
Country: USA
Date: Sun Dec 7 17:06:09 2003
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Hello Mary. I am a 75yr old widow that loves your books.I have them all except 3 of your early Signets.I find them alright on the internet,but the prices!!!!Would you believe I have seen The Wood Nymph for $85.00!!Fortunately I have that one.Is there any way you can convince Signet to reissue your early books? Heres hoping.Love,Virginia


Name: Vandana Kalyan
E-Mail: vankal25@hotmail.com
City/State: Chennai
Country: India
Date: Sun Dec 7 15:22:13 2003
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Hi Mary, I am an avid fan and have read all your books so far. I love your writing and the way you make your characters so likeable. I have read many regency novels and have very rarely come acoss characters like yours who leave such a good impression with the readers. I wish you all the best in your future endevours. God bless!!! I do have a quick question...do you plan to write stories about Gwen and Syd from " A summer to remember" ? I would really love to see their stories in the future. Thanks Vandana


Name: Nicoleta
E-Mail: antonya2angelfire.com
City/State: Bihor
Country: Romania
Date: Fri Dec 5 06:30:00 2003
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I just finished reading Indiscreet and I loved it.I really enjoy your writing. Your heros and heroines are not all beautiful and handsome. They are ordinary people and some not quite "perfect". You make me feel like I am inside the characters, feeling their emotions. Please send me your news letters and updates of all pending books. thanks, Nicoleta


Name: Burnett Bond
E-Mail: big@chick.com
City/State: Anderson, IN
Country: United States
Date: Thu Dec 4 11:50:29 2003
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Hi. I'll get straight to the point. I am a big fan of romance novels. Believe me, I read a million if them. And most I have liked some I have not. And i don't want to be rude, but I didn't care for your book Slightly Scandalous. I know your thinking "I dosen't matter what you think. I have money and I'm well known." I don't put people down and i do like the way you have the book set up. But I just hate Freyja Bedwyn. Women who deny their fate makes me angry. And I know thats how you intended it to be. But I'm just speaking my mind.I wanted to jump in the book and kill her. She was too snotty, thinking she was above everyone because her brother was a duke. People who act like that aren't above anyone. They're barely above dirt. I just wanted to say the book was not to my likeing it sucked big time.


Name: Su-San Oh
E-Mail: susanoh@hotmail.com
City/State: Stockholm
Country: Sweden
Date: Thu Dec 4 03:48:29 2003
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Dear Mary Balogh, I really like all Your books, especially the latest serie. Well-portaited caracters and interesting plot. But why is the last book (Slightly Dangerous) printed in hardcover? (It will not fit with the other books in my bookshelf.) A way for Your publisher to get more money I suppose... Sincerely Yours, Su-San Oh


Name: Ruth Cruz
E-Mail: rccruz@apc.edu.ph
City/State: Makati
Country: Philippines
Date: Thu Dec 4 00:30:14 2003
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Hey, I've finally found a copy of "A Summer to Remember". I've at it for almost 24 hours. I think it's really good especially chapter one wherein Kit and Lauren first met. Imagined, they've met in a park while Kit is engaged in a brawl! Totally inappropriate for a member of the aristocracy. Well anyway, I really love it and I'm looking forward to another book by Mary Balogh if I can find one. It's really hard to look for books written by Mary Balogh here in the Philippines. I hope that the company who publishes the books of Mrs. Balogh will send more copies of books here in the Philippines.


Name: Linda Ackley
E-Mail: lina413@msn.com
City/State: Bradenton, FL
Country: USA
Date: Wed Dec 3 21:25:08 2003
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I just finished Slightly Married, Slightly Wicked and Slightly Scandalous and just ordered Slightly Tempted. I can't wait for the other two. I really enjoy the stories of the Bedwyns. I could not put them down. Thanks again for such great reads.


Name: Carla
E-Mail: cmooky80@aol.com
City/State: Sacramento/CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Dec 2 22:06:55 2003
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Hi, I love your Bedwyn series and especially cannot wait for Wulfric's story. Do you have any idea when you will start on the prequel to More Than A Mistress? I just loved the sister in the Mistress series and she seems so different from her husband, I can't wait to read how they fell in love. Happy Holidays!


Name: JO ANN MINEER
E-Mail: JMINEER@AOL.COM
City/State: LA VERNE CALIFORNIA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Dec 2 16:34:02 2003
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YOU ARE A VERY GIFTED WRITER AND I HAVE THROUGHLY ENJOYED ALL OF YOUR BOOKS AND I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEW ONES. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. JO ANN


Name: Alison
E-Mail: avp333@bellsouth.net
City/State: Coral Gables/Florida
Country: USA
Date: Tue Dec 2 15:34:19 2003
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Hi Ms. Balogh: I've been reading your books for years. I love the depth and intensity you give your characters. When are you going to do a book on the Duke of Bewcastle??? I think he is a fascinating character! I hope you are considering it!


Name: Rajshree Thakore
E-Mail: rathakore@yahoo.com
City/State: Novi, MI
Country: USA
Date: Tue Dec 2 15:02:00 2003
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Mary, I just wanted to say how much I love your books. My favorites are Silent Melody and Truly. You truly have a remarkable gift. When I visited London last year, I took a walking tour and kept on thinking of your characters in the days gone by in the neighborhoods I was walking through... Made for a very enjoyable trip... Thank you for sharing your gift with us and please keep on writing...Rajshree


Name: Valerie Scott
E-Mail: tscott8187@aol.com
City/State: Coventry
Country: England
Date: Tue Dec 2 09:48:58 2003
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Dear Miss Balogh, I have only recently discovered your books after reading the review in Romance Reader for More Than A Mistress, so I bought it and since then I have become a fan of your writing ( I am only disappointed that you are not published in the UK.) I have read all the Bedwyn novels published so far and I am eagerly waiting for Morgans story. Happy Christmas and thank you for the pleasure your books have given me. Valerie


Name: Leigh McKenzie
E-Mail: JazToo@aol.com
City/State: Cantonment, FL
Country: USA
Date: Mon Dec 1 09:16:50 2003
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On Thanksgiving day, I found myself in discussion with a stranger turned friend in a local Walmart book aisle. Our point of connection -- Romance novels. She recommended a book by her favorite author. I, of course, asked if she had read your books. She hadn't. However after a quick overview of the Bedwyn series to date, she purchased "A Summer to Remember." (The Slightly series were sold out or I believe she would have left with 4 books not just one :-) Once she reads this book, I know you will have a new fan! As you will have with my sister-in-law. One of her Christmas gifts is the Bedwyn series (to date) and A Summer to Remember. Her birthday gift next year will be the remaining three books. I am a devoted fan of your writing. Your characters have an emotional depth that draws me into their lives. I care what happens to them. During the past year, I have collected and read (and re-read) all of your books. I am missing a few of the short stories. Is there any possibility of posting a list of the titles and the anthologies they were published in? Thank you, Leigh McKenzie Cantonment, FL


Name: Your daughter's friend, Jay
E-Mail: jays@atkcorp.com
City/State: Burbank, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Nov 30 16:30:20 2003
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Hi Mary, My name is Jay Setar, I once had the grand honor of working closely with your daughter at Audiotek before she started school full time. I have a friend at work that absolutely loves your series of books, and I would like to buy her a book for Christmas. What I'm looking for from you, is the title(s) of your most recent release(s) so my odds of buying her something she already has will be minimal. If it were possible to get a copy of something not yet released I'm sure my friend would be blown away, but I know this is extremely unlikely. I suppose the key element here is "before Christmas". I thought about contacting Sian, but I know she has little time for anything other than school. If you can help in any way I would greatly appreciate it. Thank You, Happy Holidays, and please give my best to yout truly amazing daughter. Sincerely, Jay S.


Name: Teri Chapman
E-Mail: teri_chapman@hotmail.com
City/State: Litchfield Park, AZ
Country: U.S.
Date: Fri Nov 28 08:05:01 2003
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Just wanted to tell you how much I have enjoyed all your works and am looking forward to the release of the rest in 2004. You are a wonderful story teller.


Name: Debbie Easterwood
E-Mail: deb_n_kids@hotmail.com
City/State: Lancaster, CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Nov 25 00:07:16 2003
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I've been searching for "Under the Mistletoe" everywhere for this entire month and cannot find it!!! I've been to 3 Wal-Mart's and Waldenbooks. HELP!!! Debbie


Name: Justine F Smith
E-Mail: MJS121590@aol.com
City/State: Tonawanda, NY
Country: United States
Date: Mon Nov 24 19:47:59 2003
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LOVE to read these books. The make me happy, sad, cherished and hopeful. Keep up the excellent writing and I look forward to many many years of reading. :-)


Name: Shelia
E-Mail: SBA8092@aol.com
City/State: Fayetteville, NC 28306
Country: USA
Date: Mon Nov 24 13:11:31 2003
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Hello Mary. So, when will the next book in the Bedwyns series be available? I have truly enjoyed the whole series. My favorite would have to be A Summer to Remember. I can hardly wait for the next 3 books. Thank you so much for the enjoyment your books have brought me. Take care and have a safe holiday.


Name: Debbie
E-Mail: DJohnson1966@hotmail.com
City/State: Mon. Jct./NJ
Country: USA
Date: Mon Nov 24 11:12:01 2003
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HI Mary: I love the Bedwyn family and am dying for the next 3 books, especially Slightly Dangerous Wulfric's story. May I ask you if Wulfric's mistress has a major role to play in his story? Is she good or bad? I have read many of your books, but I think my favorites concern christmas, whether a complete story like the Christmas Promise or short stories such as the ones in Under the Mistletoe. You are a wonderful storyteller with great heart and I truly enjoy your work!! Thank you and have a wonderful holiday season. D


Name: Pat Mahoney
E-Mail: p-aileen-m@msn.com
City/State: Alexandria, Virginia
Country: USA
Date: Sun Nov 23 20:52:27 2003
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Dear Mary, I think I have read every book and story of yours that has been published. If I haven't, it hasn't been for lack of effort. I love your stories. I love your characters. Every one is a "keeper." I read several of them over and over again. The Bedwyns are great, but you spoiled us by coming out with the first 3 so close together. How can we wait for the next 3? I see below that some people don't like that Wulf's story will be in hardback. I don't mind, and I disagree with them. I think the price of paperbacks has gotten out of hand, and I'd rather buy a hardback because it will last. Plus, you can usually get a new hardback for at least 40% off at BJs, COSTCO, and other wholesale discounters. Having a good book that will last is worth the slight difference in price. Thanks--keep writing and I'll keep buying and reading and re-reading.


Name: Carol Ann Hreha
E-Mail: chreha@kellnet.com
City/State: Amherst, Ohio
Country: United States
Date: Sat Nov 22 19:15:18 2003
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Mary, I have read many different authors but I find that you books contain a kind of magic that allowa me to feel as if I am truly reading about friends and am transported to Regency England. I am eagerly awaiting Wulfric's story as he intrigues me more than the others.


Name: Judi :)
E-Mail: Judijo
City/State: Santa Clarita, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Nov 22 15:26:34 2003
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So nice to see a pic of Sian when she was "little". hee hee. Ginger gave me a signed copy of your book. thanks so much. I really enjoyed talking to you at Ginger and Josefs home during your last trip here. :) Love, Judi


Name: Betty Ann Olson
E-Mail: olson.b.a@att.net
City/State: Ballston Spa, NY
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 21 23:01:35 2003
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I recently purchased "Under The Mistletoe" and enjoyed the stories. Some of the "OLD" stories I read a while back but I enjoyed reding them again. Thanks for writing the stories.


Name: Heather Smith
E-Mail: hsmith@dejazzd.com
City/State: Ephrata PA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 21 10:58:35 2003
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I just wanted to drop a big Thank You and gush about your work. I absolutely loved A Summer to Remember and all of the following slightly books. It's such a wonderful series. Your books caught me and now I read anything you have writen. I cannot wait for the three final Slightly books debut, but I will be sorely disappointed after I read the last one, knowing that there's no more to come. How bittersweet. Although, the new series about the governesses will be just as entertaining, I'm sure. Thank you again for the chance to take a break to another time and place.


Name: Penny Shaw
E-Mail: pbshaw@att.net
City/State: Hawthorne, New Jersey
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 21 06:35:18 2003
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Hi Mary - I'm in the middle of your new Christmas book of short stories and don't want it to end. Your books are great fun and enormously satisfying. To find old friends in new books is always a treat. Wishing you wonderful Holidays and another productive new year.


Name: elisabetta
E-Mail: elisabetta973@hotmail.com
City/State: roma
Country: italia
Date: Thu Nov 20 05:24:09 2003
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Ciao! Sono una tua fan! Anche io mi diletto a scrivere romanzi rosa, ambientati in epoche lontane. Mi piacerebbe sentire il tuo parere su un mio manoscritto. A presto ELISABETTA


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Name: Andy Swanepoel
E-Mail: rightback@telkomsa.net
City/State: Durban
Country: South Africa
Date: Tue Nov 18 23:32:38 2003
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Hi! In truth, although a romantic by nature I have never really read so-called "romance" novels (my mother being a huge fan of yours", my message is more of a request. I have been working on a novel and was wondering whether you could put me in contact with a reputable agent or give me a few tips on how to get published. It is pretty difficult, especially here in darkest Africa! Any help would be greatly appreciated. Regards Andy


Name: Mary Beth Jung
E-Mail: mbjung1@yahoo.com
City/State: Salisbury, NC
Country: USA
Date: Tue Nov 18 17:11:44 2003
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Ms. Balogh, I have enjoyed reading your novels very much and you are one of my favorite authors. I have especially enjoyed the characters in the Slightly Series. A couple of characters in A Summer to Remember seem to need a stories of their own. I would love to see Lauren's widowed stepsister have a chance at love, as well as Sydnam Butler. I hope that someday you could tell them. Thank you for continuing to enrich the public with your talents. Sincerely, Mary Beth Jung PS. I'm a teacher, too!


Name: Cookie Tibbetts
E-Mail: sctibbetts@netcommander.com
City/State: Wheatland, WY 82201
Country: USA
Date: Tue Nov 18 13:18:47 2003
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You ane Mary Jo Putney are my favorite authors. I so look forward to your historical/regency romances. Please keep them coming! I wish you could write one a week! Happy Holidays!


Name: Grayce Consulman
E-Mail: gjclakes@gte.net
City/State: Port Richey,Florida
Country: United States
Date: Tue Nov 18 09:06:57 2003
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I just finished reading Slightly Scandalous . I just loved it and can not wait for Slightly Temped . I enjoy all of you books . Keep up the good work ,you are a very talanted woman . Thank you for sheering your gift with us. Grayce


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Name: Cynthia Anderson
E-Mail: canderson@monmouth.com
City/State: Fair Haven, New Jersey
Country: U.S.A
Date: Mon Nov 17 10:59:00 2003
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I just finished reading Under The Mistletoe and enjoyed all the stories a lot, especially the first one, about how to save a marriage, that is now my all time favorite, a long with the Slightly' which I really like to read again and again. My friends and I are waiting with baited breath for Wulfric's story to come out in June, for he sounds the complexed of all the brothers and sisters. Cynthia Anderson


Name: Pat Heighes
E-Mail: pheighes@shaw.ca
City/State: Saskatoon Saskatchewan
Country: Canada
Date: Sun Nov 16 20:07:08 2003
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I have every one of your books right from the beginning. I was so depressed when you went to Dell and it seemed that we would only get one book a year- this summer's series has been just fantastick. Looking forward to the rest of the series next year. Yeah!


Name: Ann Yost
E-Mail: annyost@cox.net
City/State: Herndon, VA 20170
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sun Nov 16 16:01:01 2003
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Hi - I was one of those who enjoyed your Washington D.C. seminar on Nov. 15. It was my first workshop so I was too stupid to bring my Mary Balogh's to be autographed, but I just typed up the notes and wanted to tell you how very useful your ideas are. You must have been a very effective teacher. Thank you for sharing your experiences and expertise with all of us and best wishes in the future. Ann Yost


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Name: Pamela Wier
E-Mail: pbwier1421@aol.com
City/State: Belleville, Illinois
Country: USA
Date: Sat Nov 15 09:06:01 2003
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I have read all of your books on the Bedwyns (so far!) and A Summer to Remember. I truly do think you are such a remarkable writer and your books are so very interesting. I was so excited to learn of the upcoming books about Morgan, Alleyne & Wulf. I can't wait!!


Name: Nora
E-Mail: jessiemarlene@hotmail.com
City/State: Lakeland Florida
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 14 23:11:11 2003
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I love your books very much. Please send me your news letters and updates of all pending books. thanks, Nora


Name: Patricia Gaulke
E-Mail: PKgaulke@aol.com
City/State: Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Fri Nov 14 10:39:56 2003
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Last week I picked up "Slightly Married" and found it delightful. I have since read all of the Bedwyn stories currently in print. Thanks for the entertainment. Your stories are difficult to put down, your transitions are great.


Name: Ashley W.
E-Mail: divess_48@hotmail.com
City/State: MO
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 14 00:25:50 2003
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As an avid reader and future editor of romances, I truly feel blessed to have at long last broken down and read a Mary Balogh book. I read "Slightly Wicked" first, and am now finishing "Slightly Scandalous". I just bought "Slightly Married" and can't wait to begin it. I will eventually have to read "A Summer to Remember" even though Kit is not my favorite character at this point due to my current attachment to Freyja. I must say that Mary Balogh is a genious to leave Wulf's story for last... I anticipate it as the best of the series and I am totally enthralled by Wulf's character. I can't wait! Thanks for making my moments with a book and a cup of tea so much more enjoyable, Mary!


Name: Debbie Easterwood
E-Mail: deb_n_kids@hotmail.com
City/State: Lancaster, CA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 14 00:23:14 2003
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I apologize PROFUSELY!!!! It was "A Summer To Remember"...I can't wait for Allyns, Morgans, and Wolfs stories. Debbie


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Name: Kate
E-Mail: katiefccla@hotmail.com
City/State: Golden Illinois
Country: USA
Date: Wed Nov 12 10:37:35 2003
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I have never been one for romance novels, but I found myself in Wal Mart the other day, with nothing to do for the next two hours stranded in the nearest town to my home. So I picked up a book that happened to be Slightly Married. I started reading it and I couldn't put it down. I loved it! I just got finished with it last night, well because school got in the way of my reading.:( Anyways I rushed onto the internet to see if and when all the other Bedwyn books came out, I was especially anxious to read Wulf's story. When I saw that it wouldn't be released until June I was sad, but that way it will be out just in time for my birthday, so what a great birthday present!! I just wanted to say how great of a writer you are, and tonight I'm going back to Wal Mart to get the other Bedwyn books!! Thank you so much for writing such interesting novels!:) Kate


Name: Debbie Easterwood
E-Mail: deb_n_kids@hotmail.com
City/State: Lancaster, CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Nov 11 18:06:36 2003
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Ms. Balogh, I stumbled across your "Love With The Proper Husband" when it came out and have been frantically trying to find all of your other books. They are truly wonderful. Your characters are rich and full of fun. I look forward to more from your ladies. Anticipation of their next "help" is running high. Thank you, Debbie Easterwood


Name: Pam Kitsawat
E-Mail: pamkitsawat@hotmail.com
City/State: Christchurch
Country: New Zealand
Date: Sun Nov 9 20:09:27 2003
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Dear Mary - I was fortunate enough to discover your books (The first one I ever read was "More than a Mistress") about a month ago. I was unfortunate enough to have been on exam leave at the time... I actually went out and got the first 3 books in the Bedwyn series, and found that the temptation to read them instead of studying was so strong that I had to get my sister to hide the books from me until after I finished my exams! I would really like to obtain copies of most (or all) or your backlist. Unfortunately this seems to be very difficult, and I am extremely worried that being in New Zealand puts me at a disadvantage in finding and purchasing, copies of your books. PLEASE reassure me that the remaining 3 books in the Bedwyn series will be distributed in New Zealand. Thank you so much for creating such wonderful books.


Name: Joan Garrett
E-Mail: gramme3@juno.com
City/State: Tucson, AZ
Country: USA
Date: Sat Nov 8 23:25:22 2003
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Can you e-mail me when the continuation of the Bedwyn family is available? I don't want to miss the remaining family members' stories, especially Wulferic's. I enjoyed the stories about Aidan, Rannulf, and Freyja, and look forward to the remaining siblings. Thank you.


Name: Linda K. Haase
E-Mail: lindakhaase@yahoo.com
City/State: Apache Junction, AZ
Country: USA
Date: Sat Nov 8 14:50:44 2003
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I just love your books, so much so that I have started collecting them. Please keep writing as your plots are so exciting.


Name: Kathryn Coats
E-Mail: kmamc@earthlink.net
City/State: Winneconne, WI 54986
Country: USA
Date: Sat Nov 8 01:19:00 2003
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Mary-I love your books! I fell in love with your writing when I first read Silent Melody. Then I had to go back and start reading all your books from the beginning. I have just acquired Angel Christmas and reserved Under The Mistletoe at my local library. Please keep busy writing more and thanks for all the wonderful hours of entertainment you have given me.


Name: Kathryn Coats
E-Mail: kmamc@earthlink.net
City/State: Winneconne, WI 54986
Country: USA
Date: Sat Nov 8 01:14:48 2003
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Mary-I love your books! I fell in love with your writing when I first read Silent Melody. Then I had to go back and start reading all your books from the beginning. I have just acquired Angel Christmas and reserved Under The Mistletoe at my local library. Please keep busy writing more and thanks for all the wonderful hours of entertainment you have given me.


Name: Gale C Georgalas
E-Mail: calabash5@aol.com
City/State: Clifton, NJ
Country: US
Date: Fri Nov 7 20:37:14 2003
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Hello Mary, I just had to write again to tell you although I really enjoyed your Slightly series. I just finished 'Truly' and it's my absolute favorite. Do you have any other books set in Wales? It does seem that every one I finish seems like my favorite but I think 'Truly' is heads above my delight in the others. Thanks so much, gcg


Name: Elaine Krebs
E-Mail: mekrebs@gci.net
City/State: Sitka, Alaska
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 7 20:04:42 2003
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I just discovered you early this summer at my library with A Summer to Remember and have happily tried to catch up on what I've missed. And like everyone else, I'm sure, I was fascinated with Wulf and am looking forward to meeting the woman who will break through that shell. Of course we all know that he is not nearly as ferocious as he would have everyone believe. Thank you for many delightful hours of reading.


Name: Debbie Balotin
E-Mail: balotin1@cox.net
City/State: Providence, RI
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 7 17:39:27 2003
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I just wanted to thank you. I am anxiously awaiting Wulfric's story. I have so many possibilities running through my mind for him, I know you will dazzle me as you have already done. Debbie


Name: Laurie Camody
E-Mail: lcamody@gwc.cccd.edu
City/State: Huntington Beach, CA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Nov 7 11:36:24 2003
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Dear Mary, I just finished the first story in "Under the Mistletoe" - Edwin and Elizabeth's story. What a wonderful, heart-warming tale! The characters were so rich, I found myself wishing for a novel-length story on them. I am very much looking forward to the remaining four Christmas stories in "Under the Mistletoe". Thanks for the holiday cheer! Dedicated Reader, Laurie C


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Name: Carol
E-Mail: cascat1948@aol.com
City/State: Etters, PA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Nov 4 20:33:25 2003
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I love your "Slightly" series. Can't wait for the next three. I just hope they won't be hardback. Our Paperback Trader store seems to think they will be. I love to read but I think the prices of paperbacks has gotten out of hand.


Name: Tricia
E-Mail: triciamca@hotmail.com
City/State: Syracuse/NY
Country: US
Date: Tue Nov 4 16:51:44 2003
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I Sooooooo love Wulf's character in the "Slightly" series. I am very anxiously awaiting his story. I am dying to see the type of woman that will end of winning him.


Name: Ernestine Wilder
E-Mail: smudgybear27@aol.com
City/State: Hazelcrest IL
Country: USA
Date: Tue Nov 4 13:44:13 2003
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How long before the last three Slightly books will come out. Expecially Wulf story.


Name: Martha DelVecchio
E-Mail: mar_de@comcast.net
City/State: East Haven Connecticut
Country: USA
Date: Tue Nov 4 12:40:13 2003
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Dear Mary Balogh THANK YOU SO MUCH for including me in your e-mail/website. I am ELATED and very anxious to read ALL your books and I will purchase your Christmas "treasure" today!! I can't wait for January to come and especially JUNE!! I am intrigued as to what you did with Wulfric's character. I know you received soooooooo many opinions and ideas (I was one of many I'm sure....ha ha ha). In any case GOD BLESS YOU MARY BALOGH for many hours of adventure and especially LOVE!! LOVE, LIGHT AND LAUGHTER MARTI


Name: Elaine Cherry
E-Mail: elcherry@nationwide.net
City/State: Alvarado, Texas
Country: United States
Date: Mon Nov 3 22:06:48 2003
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Hello Mary, I have been a avid reader of your books for many years and I just wanted you to know that your Slightly Series is fantastic, as well as Summer to Remember. I have recommended them to many of my friends who are now discovering your writing and are looking for your backlist. I can hardly wait to read the rest of the Bedwyn books. Thank you for writing intelligent, touching, and incredibily satisfying fiction. A fan for life, Elaine


Name: Karen Steinis
E-Mail: kae369@webtv.net
City/State: Waterbury, CT
Country: USA
Date: Sat Nov 1 19:12:17 2003
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Hello, Mary: I have been reading your books for many, many, many years - including the Regency Christmas anthologies! Thank you! I must say, though, the Bedwyn series is a real treat- I finished the first three books & "A Summer to Remember" in a little more than a week!!! Can't wait for the next three! THANKYOU, THANKYOU, THANKYOU.


Name: Ha
E-Mail: truongngocha@netzero.com
City/State: Oklahoma City, OK
Country: usa
Date: Sat Nov 1 18:38:59 2003
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Dear Mrs. Balogh I just start reading your book and I have all three bedyns books. Please do let me know when the next book come out. I can not waited! Ha


Name: Mae Reyes
E-Mail: botts526@yahoo.com
City/State: SACRAMENTO, CA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Oct 31 16:34:11 2003
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I would like to thank you for writing these wonderful stories. I had just been introduced to your books and still looking for some.


Name: Kerry Taylor
E-Mail: dippydogjr@earthlink.net
City/State: Hagerstown, MD
Country: USA
Date: Wed Oct 29 19:25:54 2003
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Love the new series and cant wait for the next one. Please keep me up to date on the next release. I work for Waldenbooks now so I like to keep any romance readers up to date, plus to keep up my book habit. I love to read.


Name: Amanda Smoot
E-Mail: smooties35@aol.com
City/State: Triangle, VA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Oct 29 15:52:04 2003
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Mrs. Balogh, just wanted to drop you a line to say I have enjoyed your novels for the last several years- your characters have brought me many enjoyable hours curled up in my favorite chair. I am greatly looking forward to Wulfric's novel, he seems to me most in need of love! I look forward to many more years of romances.


Name: Kathy Lucas
E-Mail: kathy.lucas@MID.State.MS.Us
City/State: Jackson, Mississippi
Country: USA
Date: Wed Oct 29 13:33:41 2003
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I have not written you in a while - but I'm looking forward to your Christmas Anthology. I work in a book store part time - as soon as your books are received I make sure I have a copy. You have captured by attention with your books they are so entertaining I can't put your books down. I will be first in line in January to get your next Bedwyn installment. I will buy your hardcover book about Wulfric. I can't wait till they come out.


Name: TISA ELSASSER
E-Mail: TISA24E
City/State: SCAPPOOSE, OREGON
Country: USA
Date: Wed Oct 29 13:28:33 2003
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I HAVE BEEN A FAN OF YOURS FOR MANY YEARS AND SO ENJOY YOUR BOOKS. I LOOK FORWARD TO TRIPS TO THE BOOKSTORES TO FIND ANYTHING I HAVE MISSED, SUCH AS YOUR NOVELLAS IN ANTHOLOGIES I RUN ACROSS FROM TIME TO TIME. THANK YOU FOR NOT MAKING YOUR CHARACTERS HAVE TO BE COLD AND CRUEL TO EACH OTHER AS THEY DEVELOPE RELATIONSHIPS. I ANXIOUSLY AWAIT ALL FUTURE BOOKS IN THE BEDWYN FAMILY. SO FAR I HAVE NEVER BEEN DISAPPOINTED IN ANYTHING YOU HAVE WRITTEN. THANK YOU FOR THE WONDERFUL STORIES. SINCERELY, TISA ELSASSER SCAPPOOSE, OREGON


Name: penny r.
E-Mail: pyoung@kitv.com
City/State: honolulu,HI
Country: USA
Date: Wed Oct 29 02:12:42 2003
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I agree with Shirley. After months of reading email from your faithful fans telling you of the anticipation of Wulfric's story either you or your publisher has decided $6 is not enough for his book, especially when you can charge 3 times as much for a HB. ...so unfair to those of us on a fixed income and to fans who have stuck by you through the years.


Name: CINDY BATES
E-Mail: Wmabates@aol.com
City/State: FT.WORTH,TX
Country: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Date: Tue Oct 28 12:31:06 2003
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MS. BALOGH, IVE JUST HAD THE HONOR OF READING THE THREE BOOKS OF THE BEDYNS. AND I WILL CERTAINLY TRY TO BE THE FIRST IN LINE IN 2004 TO BEGIN THE FINAL STORIES. I TREMENDOUSLY WISH I HAD KNOWN EARLIER OF YOUR ENTERTAINING AND WELL WRITTEN BOOKS. I AM NOW IN THE PROCESS OF BUYING ALL OF YOUR PREVIOUS MATERIAL,BUT, I COULD USE A BIT OF HELP IN STARTING AT THE VERY BEGINNING OF ALL OF THE FAMILY MEMBERS AND THE ORDER OF THEIR STORIES.IT ALWAYS PUTS ME IN THE MOOD OF ANXIOUSLY AWAITING THE NEXT ONE.COULD YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE YOU HAVE HELPING PLEASE SEND ME A LIST OR LET ME KNOW OF THEIR ORDER? IN CLOSING,I WISH YOU AND YOURS THE VERY BEST IN WRITING AND ALWAYS KNOW I WILL REMAIN A DEVOTED FAN...THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND MAY GOD GRANT YOU A MOST PRODUCTIVE AND BLESSED DAY...CINDY BATES


Name: Krithika
E-Mail: krithika1969@yahoo.com
City/State: Los Gatos, CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Oct 27 20:52:18 2003
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I am an avid fan of yours and have read all your books and am in the process of collecting all of them. Do you ever come on tour to the USA? If so do you ever come to the San Francisco/San Jose area? Please let me know. I would like to get your autograph on most of your books. Cannot wait for Wulf's story. Is Gwen (Lady Muir) going to be involved in any of your books? I think she should get her chance to love again!! :-)) Incurable Romantic Afficionado K


Name: Joann
E-Mail: ajmickens@hotmail.com
City/State: Jackson, MS
Country: USA
Date: Mon Oct 27 18:18:21 2003
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I can hardly wait for Wulfric's story. Your teasers about him in the Bedwyn books so far have me itching to know him better. In the meantime, I am enjoying the stories about the younger Bedwyns. Thank you.


Name: rowie christopher
E-Mail: rowie@ndirect.co.uk
City/State: oxford, oxon
Country: UK
Date: Mon Oct 27 12:10:19 2003
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Dear Mary I wish to second Jennifer Spiller's paean to your wonderful writing and to also thank you for helping me through a year of serious depression. I had reached the state where my self-pity was seriously skewing my determination to remain in this dark, unlovely world when I realised that by topping myself I would be depriving myself of the joy of reading your new series. Yep, life is hard, but then you get to read a new Mary Balogh! So thank you Mary, for being better than the Samaritans. For making me laugh, and cry, and enjoy life again. I hope to be reading your wonderful books for many more years to come. Yes, even in hardback - fans notwithstanding, authors have to eat too! I have No Man's Mistress and A Summer To Remember in hardback and will definitely be buying Wulfric's story in HB too. I have most of your backlist (I had to have something to do while waiting for the Simply series) and think it would be a fine thing if they were reissued so those present readers could also have a chance to sample your extensive oeuvre. and yes, please, more translations to Italian, it would definitely help me in my fledgling studies! some questions - all your characters are so very different. Did being a teacher and coming in contact with such a variety of people influence you in character development? And as Ms Tamblyn asked, do you prefer Canada to Wales? I like Wales, but then I've never been to Canada. Would you consider writing some more stories set in Georgian times? I really loved Heartless and Lucas's sense of style! I'm so glad your have fans who are men too. In my opinion your writing is just as good as Jane Austen's, and I don't see why a romance written 2 centuries ago is considered suitable for male consumption, whereas one written in the last few decades is deemed fit only for females. Are women supposed to have less astute brains? or men are not interested in relationships at all? I think not. I read sci-fi, war, crime and thrillers too, so think it's a shame men on the whole aren't disposed to try out a good romance and be pleasantly surprised. Thank you for everything again, sincerely rowie


Name: Sharon Felman
E-Mail: smfelman@webtv.net
City/State: Cincinnati, Ohio
Country: USA
Date: Mon Oct 27 06:20:28 2003
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I am in the process of reading every one of your books I can locate. They are wonderful. Will you write about Gwendolyn, Lady Muir in the future? She and Kit's brother Syd deserve a good ending. I look forward to your three books coming out in 2004. Thank you for the many hours of enjoyable reading I find in your books.


Name: SHIRLEY BAUCOM
E-Mail: smirley@aol.com
City/State: dunnellon, florida
Country: usa
Date: Sun Oct 26 21:04:54 2003
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I AGREE. WHEN YOU HAVE A GREAT SERIES GOING AND YOU DO THE LAST ONE IN HARD COVER. I WON'T BUY IT. I THINK THIS IS SO UNFAIR TO YOUR READERS. I ALWAYS HAVE A PAPERBACK IN MY PURSE. BUT HARDCOVER. NO WAY. YOU MIGHT MAKE MORE MONEY IN HARD, BUT YOUR LIFE IS PAPERBACK. STOPPED BUYING A LOT OF WRITERS BECAUSE OF IT.


Name: SHIRLEY BAUCOM
E-Mail: smirley@aol.com
City/State: dunnellon, florida
Country: usa
Date: Sun Oct 26 21:04:52 2003
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I AGREE. WHEN YOU HAVE A GREAT SERIES GOING AND YOU DO THE LAST ONE IN HARD COVER. I WON'T BUY IT. I THINK THIS IS SO UNFAIR TO YOUR READERS. I ALWAYS HAVE A PAPERBACK IN MY PURSE. BUT HARDCOVER. NO WAY. YOU MIGHT MAKE MORE MONEY IN HARD, BUT YOUR LIFE IS PAPERBACK. STOPPED BUYING A LOT OF WRITERS BECAUSE OF IT.


Name: Gale Carol Georgalas
E-Mail: calabash5@aol.com
City/State: Clifton/NJ
Country: US
Date: Sun Oct 26 06:56:11 2003
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Hello Ms Balogh, I recently have become a fan of your writing. 'Pride and Prejudice' has been my fav book though I love all JA's works but after having given up looking for a proper sequel to P&P I discovered 'Not Just A Mistress.' I found intelligence, wit, flesh and blood characterization, and imaginative plotting. Then I went on to 'No Man's Mistress' and your Bedwyn series. I am particularly looking forward to the woman who weds Wulfric. It seems he waits until all his responsibilities are married off. It's delicious waiting. I'll almost be sorry to read it. Almost. Are there any plans to reprint your out of print, earlier novels? There should be they are hard to find and highly priced on ebay when they do appear. Thank you, GCG


Name: Rebecca Martin
E-Mail: bbtmartin@prodigy.net
City/State: Madison, WI, 53711,
Country: USA
Date: Sat Oct 25 19:12:53 2003
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I really enjoy your writing. Your heros and heroines are not all beautiful and handsome. They are ordinary people and some not quite "perfect". You make me feel like I am inside the characters, feeling their emotions. Not too many other authors I have read are able to do this. I am busy trying to find and read your earlier books. Sometimes the earilier ones seem too shot. You hate to see them end. I'm looking forward to your new books in 2004. Thanks Becky


Name: Sharon Felman
E-Mail: smfelman@webtv.net
City/State: Cincinnati, Ohio
Country: USA
Date: Sat Oct 25 12:25:47 2003
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I would like you to know how much I am enjoying your wonderful Bedwyn series. The last three books cannot get into print fast enough for me. I am so happy you are doing a story on Wulfric...he seems to deserve a happy ending. Thank you for providing so many hours of pure enjoyment and transport from life's daily cares. All the best, Sharon Felman


Name: Barbara J. Richards
E-Mail: barbr@vianet.on.ca
City/State: Ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Sat Oct 25 09:56:48 2003
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Hello: You have inspired me to write more. I am an amateur author, mostly of poetry, but I have a true inspiring story about Sister and am trying to get it published by a magazine or such. I envey you and your talent. we have a little in common :- My mother's name was Mildred too and she was born in Saskatchewan. I also had one sister very close in age to myself. The title of my story is "Sister's are a Gift from God", I wondered if you could give me a direction to turn to for publishing? It has been through the "Chicken Soup for the Sister's Soul" a few years back and even though it was chosen within the top 100 stories did not get published. Thanks and keep writing!! Barbara Richards, R.R. #1, Kearney, Ontario, P0A 1M0


Name: JUDITH DEWITT
E-Mail: BOOKWRMETC@AOL.COM
City/State: LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Oct 25 09:54:12 2003
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HI, MARY! I WONDERED WHAT HAPPENED TO YOU. MY EMAILS TO YOU KEPT BOUNCING BACK. THE COVER IS GREAT ON THE NEW BOOK! SEND YOUR ADDRESS SO I CAN PUT IT IN MY ADDRESS BOOK. I LOST IT WHEN I DELETED THE OLD ADDY. DUH! LOL Judy DeWitt Bookworm, ETC (200,000 used books) 4111 Lake Worth Rd Lake Worth FL 33461-3926 --> In Palm Beach County, Florida FAX (561) 964-4248 / Phone: (561) 965-1900 I LOVE LISTS! SEND ME YOURS!


Name: Audrey Kurczynski
E-Mail: audrey58@comcast.net
City/State: Placida, FL 33946
Country: USA
Date: Sat Oct 25 08:54:22 2003
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Dear Mary, I have enjoyed reading your books for many years, and hope to continue reading them for many more years to come. Audrey Kurczynski


Name: Debbie McIntyre
E-Mail: mcdabble@hotmail.com
City/State: Glen Park, NY
Country: USA
Date: Sat Oct 25 07:44:42 2003
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Dear Mary, I just received your newsletter about upcoming books. It was disappointing to see that wulfric's story is to be printed in hardcover. Why do this in the midst of a series? Was this your choice or the publisher's? Does this mean that we have to wait a year for the paperback version, as we have done with past releases? I find it very unfair to your fans who can't afford the hardcover price. Your books are so well received that our bookstore has a hard time keeping the shelves stocked in paperbacks, the hardcovers don't move as fast. Sincerely, Debbie


Name: Denise Mobley
E-Mail: crewmom@gbronline.com
City/State: Tulsa, OK
Country: USA
Date: Sat Oct 25 02:27:21 2003
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Could you talk Signet into republishing some of your old regencies? Maybe bundle the linked ones together into anthologies like I have seen done with S. Laurens traditional regencies. Those of us who would love to re-read (or read for the first time) these would be eternally grateful since these cannot be found in the UBS andmore.


Name: Anya
E-Mail: absilver3@hotmail.com
City/State: San Francisco, CA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Oct 24 11:56:58 2003
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Please please hurry up and write a story about Wulfric. I am so interested in his character, and am looking forward to a story that will be about him as he seems to be the most challenging of the Bedwyn men, and the woman who catches him should be very interesting.


Name: Rose Garrett
E-Mail: roseymay1@yahoo.com
City/State: Rocklin, California
Country: USA
Date: Thu Oct 23 21:58:27 2003
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I first read More than a Mistress last year and now I'm hooked. Keep it comming!


Name: Vicky Robertson
E-Mail: vix_1977@hotmail.com
City/State: Perth, Western Australia
Country: Australia
Date: Thu Oct 23 10:59:43 2003
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Mary, I have just discovered your wonderful writing with the Bedwins and look forward to the remaining books in the series.We only seem to get your latest books here in Australia. Your other books which are mostly out of print I have just located 8 on ebay and have just started to read them. I was wondering if your publisher is going to re-release your out of print books. I am having trouble locating Unforgiven but haven't given up yet. Anyway thanks for your wonderful writing and please keep them coming. Yours Vicky Robertson


Name: Janet Harrington
E-Mail: Harrgorges@aol.com
City/State: St. Petersburg, FL
Country: USA
Date: Wed Oct 22 14:01:35 2003
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I just finished Slightly Married and thoroughly enjoyed it. Plan to read the others in the series.


Name: Emily Dennis
E-Mail: emdennis@erols.com
City/State: Kensington, MD
Country: USA
Date: Wed Oct 22 14:00:46 2003
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Hello! I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy your books. The writing is so much better than in most of the other regency era romances (I read mostly historicals). And yours do not have that formulaic aspect that so many others do. My husband always teases me if he sees me reading a Mary Balogh book because he knows I won't be able to put it down--even if it's two AM! Your newsletter said you would be appearing in Washington in November. Is that the city or state? Is it an open event? I would enjoy hearing you speak. Regards! A thoroughly entertained reader


Name: Dawn Roberto
E-Mail: dmr27@msn.com
City/State: Depew, NY
Country: USA
Date: Tue Oct 21 21:21:44 2003
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I have enjoyed the slightly series immensley and can't wait for the last 3. Plus the prequeal in the mistress series is also waited for with a bated breath. I have enjoyed your stories and boks for several years. Can't wait for more!


Name: catherine abernathy
E-Mail: cottontopva@earthlink.net
City/State: dolphin virginia
Country: usa
Date: Tue Oct 21 12:07:18 2003
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hello: I have found a copy of Under the Mistletoe here in the boonies I think I am wrong but I thought one of the stories in the anthology went with one of your series but could not find it on your web site so can you please help with this thanks ca


Name: Robyn Sherwood
E-Mail: r.sherwood@cqu.edu.au
City/State: Rockhampton
Country: Australia
Date: Mon Oct 20 18:45:29 2003
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Looking forward to the next book Mary, and in particular Wulf's story. Have just reread the 'Mistress' books and am feeling quite impatient now! Robyn


Name: SUNSHINE HAYS
E-Mail: ZUNNY76@AOL.COM
City/State: LAS VEGAS,NEVADA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Oct 20 00:39:23 2003
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I JUST WANTED TO TELL YOU HOW MUCH I LOVE YOUR BOOKS.KEEP THEM COMING! THANK YOU, SUNSHINE HAYS


Name: Sarah Slattery
E-Mail: sarahslattery1978@hotmail.com
City/State: Freiburg
Country: Germany
Date: Sun Oct 19 17:06:22 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, This summer I bought the first three titles of the Bedwyn series to read during a stay in hospital. I loved them and have since discovered your Signet Regencies. I have purchased a few from used bookstores on the Net but I can't afford to buy very many because they are so expensive. Will these Signet titles be republished at any time in the near future? Would it help if I wrote a begging letter to Penguin?! Thanks for taking the time to read this message. I'm looking forward to the next Bedwyn book in January. Best wishes, Sarah Slattery


Name: Lorraine Serwan
E-Mail: gramflls@cs.com
City/State: Ocala, FL
Country: Marion
Date: Sun Oct 19 16:57:36 2003
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Thoroughly enjoyed reading the first three books of the Bedwyn series and look forward to the next three. What about writing about Gwen, Lady Muir?


Name: Angela Gragg
E-Mail: angela.gragg@comcast.net
City/State: Antioch
Country: USA
Date: Sat Oct 18 10:28:09 2003
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I love your Slightly series and if you have an email list I would like to be a part of it. I am looking forward to more Bedwyn adventures. Thank you, Angela


Name: Rita Weber
E-Mail: rweber829@msn.com
City/State: Kingsville, MD 21087
Country: United States
Date: Fri Oct 17 21:39:23 2003
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I thoroughly enjoyed the Slightly series and I am happy to see it continue. After reading the series,I went and purchased all the books I could find and read them right away. Truly enjoyable reading! Sincerely, Rita Weber


Name: Kathleen Duffus
E-Mail: pippin222@msn.com
City/State: Bellvue Colorado
Country: USA
Date: Fri Oct 17 16:32:12 2003
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I have just been re-reading A Summer to Remember, one of my favorite novels. And again, I was wondering if you are ever going to do a book about Lauren's cousin Gwendoline. After losing her baby, her husband, and becoming lame, she certainly deserves a little happiness. And it would certainly make an interesting storyline to see if some gentleman could breach her insecurities and her fear of risking love again. I think she would make a wonderful heroine, and I hope you would consider doing a book about her. Thanks for all the great stories you have given us over the years. I am especially looking forward to Wulfric's story. Please keep writing! A fan for thirty years


Name: Cheryle Elmquist
E-Mail: Cheryle@ElmquistAssociates.com
City/State:
Country: usa
Date: Fri Oct 17 14:48:36 2003
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Please put me on your email list. Thank you,


Name: Kathryn
E-Mail: froggirl782000@yahoo.com
City/State: Jacksonville, NC
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Fri Oct 17 08:21:39 2003
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I can't wait to finish the "Slightly" series. While I'm eager to read the other siblings stories, I REALLY want Wulf's!! Poor guy. Makes me wonder what kind of woman will chip away the ice to find the man. Anyway, good writing to you and thanks for sharing your stories.


Name: Kathy Davis
E-Mail: mkdavis@pacbell.net
City/State: Los Angeles, CA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Oct 16 15:26:44 2003
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I picked up Slightly Married on an impulse earlier this summer and had to go back out and buy the other two as well as A Summer to Remember. Now I just have to find One Night for Love...and wait for the others to come out. Please don't make us wait too long for Wulfric"s story! And I'd like to know the further fates of Sydnam Butler and Gwendolin, Lady Muir.


Name: Patty Bishop
E-Mail: bishky@sbcglobal.net
City/State: San Jose, CA 95132
Country: USA
Date: Wed Oct 15 17:16:25 2003
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I know you hear this alot, as you should, but I enjoy your writing style and your stories. I am looking forward to Wulfrics story. I hope he marries his mistress. I have written it in my mind and it is very touching and funny. Your life sounds just wonderful and full of contentment. I am glad you have your dream. You know the old saying "If you always do what you have always done - you always get what you always got." You did something to change your world, good for you. This is my very first "fan" letter in my life. I am 51 now so you can guess it was important to Thank you for giving me hours of enjoyment. Sincerely, Patty


Name: Marsha
E-Mail: midnit39@hotmail.com
City/State: Tuscola, Il.
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Tue Oct 14 21:42:48 2003
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I have just read your slightly books.. I am waiting for the rest.. Thanks for the wonderful stories.. Marsha


Name: Shauna Schwartz
E-Mail: dscdl@shaw.ca
City/State: Chemainus B.C
Country: Canada
Date: Tue Oct 14 15:24:45 2003
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Hi Mary I have been a avid reader of Julie Garwood books and could not find an author that I liked as much. Then I picked up your book Slightly Wicked and have been reading them and enjoying them so much. I've got five now in my book collection and every time I'm in a second hand book store I look for more. I've passed them on to my mom and sister and they all enjoyed them. Thankyou so much for your books can hardly wait for the next one. Shauna


Name: MARIA CORREIA
E-Mail: MARIAC1970@HOTMAIL.COM
City/State: EAST PROVIDENCE
Country:
Date: Tue Oct 14 13:42:43 2003
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PLEASE CONTINUE WITH THE SLIGHTLY SERIES THERE WERE JUST A PLEAUSRE TO READ


Name: Plamondon, Nicole
E-Mail: plamondon_n@hotmail.com
City/State: Montral Qubec
Country: Canada
Date: Mon Oct 13 13:07:19 2003
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I have just discovered you last week. I was at my municipal library branch in the english books section and the title caught my sight. ''More than a mistress''Wow!!! Right now, I am not very well nerves wise after looking for a job for so long. It helps me to relax and dream. Thank you ! Nicole


Name: elisabetta di maddalena
E-Mail: elisabetta973@hotmail.com
City/State: guidonia montecelio
Country: roma - italia -
Date: Mon Oct 13 05:38:05 2003
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desiderei ricevere, se possibile tutti i titoli dei suoi romanzi in versione italiana. grazie ELISABETTA


Name: Romona Thieme
E-Mail: RThieme68@hotmail.com
City/State: Manila, Arkansas
Country: United States
Date: Fri Oct 10 10:05:07 2003
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I really enjoy your Christmas stories the best. Those are my favorite to read.


Name: Leah Rives
E-Mail: Leah_Cooperp@hotmail.com
City/State: San Diego, CA
Country:
Date: Fri Oct 10 00:53:41 2003
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I have quite a few of your books--I'm constantly hunting the out of print ones down--and space them out in my reading so that I always have a new one to read. It seems like whenever I am in a reading slump a MB is just the trick. My latest was Heartless, which I just finished today. I think it might be my favorite. Right up there with The Unlikely Duchess. LOVED Luke. This is a masterpiece. Next I'll have to do Silent Melody. I can't wait! Thanks so much for turning my yucky, dreary day today into a happy one. :)


Name: Laurie Camody
E-Mail: lcamody@cccd.edu
City/State: Garden Grove, CA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Oct 9 19:17:19 2003
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Dear Authoress Balogh, You stories are so wonderfully alive! I love your female characters, Frejya-What a gal, what a character! Please write quickly, but I promise to read them faster! Again, Thank You, Laurie


Name: Kim de Silva
E-Mail: kimmiz78@yahoo.com
City/State: Kuala Lumpur
Country: Malaysia
Date: Thu Oct 9 08:46:59 2003
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Hi there! I do really love all your book especially the stories on the Bedwyn family. I can't wait for Wulf's story. Any hint on the storyline for the next book?


Name: Joy Chapman
E-Mail: jaaldrich@hotmail.com
City/State: Gaines, MI
Country: USA
Date: Tue Oct 7 13:50:28 2003
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Just started one of your books, Slighty Married and I can not wait to finish it and start another one! Lively charactors! I really like charactors who have their own personailty that is truly their own! Thanks so much Joy


Name: ANNIE
E-Mail: ANNINC234@AOL.COM
City/State: LYNDHURST. NEW JERSEY
Country: USA
Date: Mon Oct 6 20:44:04 2003
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DEAR MARY.... I HAVE JUST DISCOVERED YOU THIS PAST SUMMER.... I HAVE READ THE ENTIRE SERIES "ONE NIGHT FOR LOVE, SUMMER TO REMEMBER AND ALL THE SLIGHTY BOOKS". I CAN'T WAIT FOR MORE. I JUST FINISHED THE MISTRESS SERIES AND I JUST CAN'T SAY ENOUGH TIMES THAT MY SUMMER AT THE BEACH WAS GREAT BECAUSE OF YOU!!!! I LOOK FORWARD TO ALL THE NEW RELEASES. AND I NOW HAVE MY MOTHER HOOKED ALSO. I'M HEADED OUT TO THE BOOKSTORE TO SEE IF I CAN FIND SOME OF YOUR OLDER SERIES. YOU ABSOLUTELY LEAVE THE READER WANTING MORE. WELL THANKS FOR THE GREAT BOOKS, ANN MARIE INCALCATERRA


Name: rachel horwitz
E-Mail: horwitz@aps.edu
City/State: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Thu Oct 2 12:20:21 2003
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Mary, Thank you for writing your books. They have given me many hours of reading pleasure in my busy life. My mother and I both enjoy your books and are looking forward to the other books in the Bedwyn series. Rachel Horwitz


Name: Myrna Golden
E-Mail: malkagolden@hotmail.com
City/State: Montreal
Country: Canada
Date: Tue Sep 30 23:52:08 2003
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Do you write series? Why don't publishers put the number of the book on the cover or spine of the book? It is hard to tell which are series.


Name: Rhonda Maher
E-Mail: trbkj@megalink.net
City/State: Norway, Maine
Country: United States
Date: Tue Sep 30 16:26:13 2003
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I have recently started reading your books. Have truly enjoyed the Dell Historicals and am looking forward the other three books of the Slightly series.


Name: Nancy Wesson Gaston
E-Mail: jgaston@sowega.net
City/State: Americus, GA 31719
Country: USA
Date: Tue Sep 30 09:52:16 2003
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I've recently read A SUMMER TO REMEMBER and SLIGHTLY MARRIED. I loved both of them. I like for everything to be nicely tied up-don't leave me hanging or sad. I get enough of that in the newspapers, and TV has gotten totally disgusting. I had never read any of your books before. Until a few years ago, I didn't feel I had enough time to read fiction, but now with children grown and my husband using the computer at night I have found a whole new way of spending time. Children grown and romance novels also improves marriage!


Name: Mary Franc
E-Mail: bigblueY2k@hotmail.com
City/State: Crossville, Tennessee
Country: United States of America
Date: Tue Sep 30 01:09:28 2003
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I was looking at the All About Romance favorites today (9/29/03) and noticed your name appeared on nearly all of the reviewers' lists. In particular, one reviewer chose The Forbidden Daffodils as her favorite novella. I immediately searched out my copy of the Blossoms anthology and read it again. The Forbidden Daffodils is one of my favorites too. That is the greatness of your work, in that 2 years or more can go by and one can remember everything about the story. I look forward to Under the Mistletoe (to be released on my birthday!)and am most anxious for Wulfric's story too. Thank you so much for your wonderful stories.


Name: Misty Jo Kwiek
E-Mail: Imkwiek@aol.com
City/State: Palmdale, CA
Country: Los Angeles
Date: Mon Sep 29 21:21:54 2003
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Thank you so much for your entertaining books. I really have enjoyed reading the series that started with "One Night For Love." But sad to say when I read about the Bedwyns I read the books out of order so I read Freyja's first and now I am more interested in Wulf's story then the others'. He is one of your more compelling characters and I can't wait for his story. Thank you again.


Name: Ruth Leslie Cruz
E-Mail: rccruz@apc.edu.ph
City/State: Makati
Country: Philippines
Date: Mon Sep 29 04:31:57 2003
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I really love your books but I wasn't able to find "Slightly Scandalous" so if you have an old copy can you send me one? I would realy apreciate it. I really like your books and I've always tried my best to collect it. Its too bad that I live in another country so gathering your books is a chore. Thanks anyway!!! Keep up the good work!


Name: Ruth Leslie Cruz
E-Mail: rccruz"@apc.edu.ph
City/State: Makati
Country: Philippines
Date: Mon Sep 29 04:27:46 2003
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I really love your books especially "Slightly Wicked" but I can't seem to find a copy of "Slightly Scandalous" here in the Philippines so if ever you have an old copy of it, Pls. send me. Thanks!!!!


Name: Jill Smith
E-Mail: smith.jill.j@edumail.vic.gov.au
City/State: Montrose, Victoria
Country: Australia
Date: Mon Sep 29 01:52:07 2003
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I have just discovered you as an author of my favourite genre - historical romance esp the Regency period. I love the Bedwyn stories and am looking forward to getting Freyja's book. It takes a long time for them to come to us down here and on top of that the buyers for the major bookstores tend not to stock alot of romance fiction. We usually have to search the net and order in. I am hoping Freyja's story will come soon and am counting the days until Bewcastle's story is finished. You have certainly wt my appetitie for him with the glimpses of his character in the other books Thanks Jill


Name: palma armenia
E-Mail: palmaarmenia@hotmail.com
City/State: Killingworth, CT 06419
Country: USA
Date: Sun Sep 28 10:33:20 2003
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I enjoy reading your books very much. I'm very happy to have found and author like yourself, it is wonderful to escape into stories and become a part of that time. I look forward to your next book. Hurry and finish. Thank you


Name: palma armenia
E-Mail: palmaarmenia@hotmail.com
City/State: Killingworth, CT 06419
Country: USA
Date: Sun Sep 28 10:31:12 2003
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I enjoy reading your books very much. I very happy to have found and author like yourself, it is wonderful to escape into stories and become a part of that time. I look forward to your next book. Hurry and finish. Thank you


Name: kim cogis
E-Mail: kdkim160@yahoo.com
City/State: monaca,pa.
Country: us
Date: Sat Sep 27 10:26:48 2003
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I love your books.My first was a summer to remember.When I realized there were previous books I ran out and ordred them and haven't missed one since.


Name: Kim Shaw
E-Mail: kim.shaw@jhuapl.edu
City/State: Ellicott, MD
Country: USA
Date: Thu Sep 25 08:23:33 2003
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I'm a new fan of yours and must say "Thank You"; your books are fabulous! I've read A Summer to Remember, One Night for Love and the Slightly series. I so look forward to the rest of the Slightly stories! I have also read More Than a Mistress and No Man's Mistress. Needless to say, I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your books and look forward to the next one.


Name: Heidiho
E-Mail: hwivolin@ix.netcom.com
City/State: Lake Worth/FL
Country: USA
Date: Wed Sep 24 16:12:43 2003
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I have greatly enjoyed the "Slightly" series. I am hoping and waiting that you will follow soon with a romance for Wulfric. He seems to be your most enigmatic and interesting character. I can't wait to see what sort of story you weave around his character. Thanks for the great reading thus far!


Name: mugu
E-Mail: mugu@yahoo.com
City/State: lome hy-jgt
Country: togo
Date: Tue Sep 23 06:21:07 2003
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please mugu from lome togo so keep oooffff t-hanks ooooooooo


Name: Stacy
E-Mail: stacycorywilliam@aol.com
City/State:
Country: USA
Date: Mon Sep 22 10:43:49 2003
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I've just read A Summer to Remember. I very much enjoyed it. I'm on to your "Slightly" books now. However, I'm obsessing about Sydnam! *grin* I would *LOVE* to read his book!!!! I think it would be a wonderful book!! Thanks! Stacy Did I mention that I would *LOVE* to read Sydnam's book??? *grin*


Name: Frances Hoffman
E-Mail: teach4evr@yahoo.com
City/State: Wayne, NJ 07470-4425
Country: USA
Date: Mon Sep 22 09:51:32 2003
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I have been reading your books since I first found them in Signet editions. You are definitely one of 'those' authors I by by name, not title. Please hurry with Wulfric's story. Please find him a lost (perhaps widowed)love from his youth. He definitely needs someone on his social level, not because he is a snob, but because he he believes in the responsibility of his position. Thank you for bringing so much pleasure into my life.


Name: Larry Rogers
E-Mail: Hotspur505@aol.com
City/State: Troy, NY
Country: USA
Date: Mon Sep 22 00:49:33 2003
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Mary, as someone who has reviewed your books and learned from you and benefited from your generosity on more than one occasion, I just wanted to tell you that I sold my first historical romance, ISLAND OF DESIRE, to Extasy Books. It will be published soon as an e-book at their site. I'll be writing as Carol Storm, out of respect for the traditions of the romance genre, which as you once said is "women's literature" at it's finest. But I just wanted to say that without the help and encouragement of great authors like you I never would have made the journey from fan to writer. Thank you so much!


Name: Jennifer
E-Mail: johare123@aol.com
City/State: Pennsylvania
Country: USA
Date: Sun Sep 21 17:59:16 2003
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I just wanted to drop you a quick note to let you know how much I enjoy your books. I've been a fan since you published your very first Regency, almost 20 years ago! One of the things I love about your writing is your marvelous character development. Even your secondary characters come alive. For example, I felt for poor Louisa Knapp, the "ideal mate" for an officer, who lost Aidan in "Slightly Married," even though she appeared on only a few pages of the book. Is there any chance we'll be seeing her again? And Lady Muir and Sydnam from "A Summer to Remember" deserve happiness, too! Thanks for the wonderful stories, and I'm looking forward to your next book.


Name: cynde
E-Mail: nacciw13@hotmail.com
City/State: Bolivia,NC
Country: USA
Date: Sun Sep 21 10:39:04 2003
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I think I have just about all your books that I always reread.You are one of my favorite authors and I enjoy reading your books over and over.


Name: rona quiray
E-Mail: rona0215@yahoo.com
City/State: vancouver, WA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Sep 20 21:30:33 2003
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hi mary, really love your story about bedwyns. I really like to see wulfric 's story. O'h i can wait for the other 3 to come.


Name: Maja Christensen
E-Mail: lchristensen@att.net
City/State: Illinois
Country:
Date: Sat Sep 20 17:58:36 2003
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I loved 'A summer to remember'. Are you planning to write about Lady Muir? You are so talented and express yourself very tactfully. Thank you. Maja


Name: Chris Wilson
E-Mail: clwteenie@aol.com
City/State: Las Vegas, Nv
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sat Sep 20 11:23:16 2003
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Mary, I have just gobbled up all 4 of your books. I wanted to ask you to write Wulfric story, but I see you already are. They are a fun family aren't they? Thank you for following your heart and writing. I really enjoy Regency romances novels. Best Regards, Chris W


Name: Anne Mather
E-Mail: mystic-am@msn.com
City/State:
Country: UK
Date: Sat Sep 20 08:59:50 2003
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Hi Mary I just wanted to let you know how much I've enjoyed your books over the years. I think you just get better and better, and the books about the Bedwyn family are the best yet. I can't wait to read about the other three siblings, particularly Wulf, and I'm delighted the others are on the way. Very best wishes Anne Mather.


Name: Dan Deckert
E-Mail: dandeckert@comcast.net
City/State: Coon Rapids, MN
Country: USA
Date: Sat Sep 20 03:05:08 2003
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Mary, I am somewhat perplexed by the concept that romance novels are "fiction for women." My wife passed a couple of them on to me a couple of years ago, and I have read little else since then. I even started a mailing list on the subject, looking for more references/recommendations. When asked for a list of favorite authors, one of the members of my list put you at the top of her list. I went to the library and checked out More Than a Mistress and No Man's Mistress because they were available and together on the shelf. Before I embarked on the journey of writing this message, I printed out a list of all of your novels and stories. I intend to read every one of them that I can find. More Than a Mistress was one of the finest works of fiction literature that I have ever read, and No Man's Mistress was first class, too. Thank you for giving me so much entertainment in less than two days of reading. Dan Dan Deckert dandeckert @ comcast.net "Everyone's entitled to my opinion." http://home.comcast.net/~dandeckert


Name: Kristine
E-Mail: jeffkristine@sw.rr.com
City/State: Wichita Falls, TX
Country: USA
Date: Fri Sep 19 13:17:26 2003
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A friend recently recommended your books to me since she knows I enjoy historical romance. Now I am hooked. I am also excited about Wulfric's story and I have to know, reading other peoples' entries, if you are planning a story for Sydnam? Thanks for many happy hours of reading!


Name: Carolee Perrett
E-Mail: cperrett@comcast.net
City/State: Pacifica, California
Country: USA
Date: Wed Sep 17 13:28:05 2003
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Having just re-read A Summer to Remember for the 4th time, (needless to say, I like it VERY much), I would like to know that Sydnam also finds happiness and a life partner. Any plans for writing his story? Your writing is lovely and lyrical. It has a tremendous emotional impact on me and even though I know there will be a happy ending, I shed many tears on the way. Thank you.


Name: Miriam Buffington
E-Mail: matnmir@earthlink.net
City/State: Chatham, IL
Country: USA
Date: Tue Sep 16 17:20:14 2003
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I have really enjoyed your books and am looking forward to the next 3 in the Bedwyn series.


Name: Suzanne Offutt
E-Mail: soffutt@netwalk.com
City/State: Westerville,OH
Country: USA
Date: Tue Sep 16 12:54:32 2003
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This is my first time writing to an author even though I am an avid reader. I just finished "A Summer to Remember" along with the three "Slightly" books. Your characters have come alive to me and knew that Morgan and Alleynes' stories would soon follow, but I am most especially interested in Wulfric's. I am thrilled to know that his story is in the works. I just knew that there would be a special someone to light up his ice cold eyes and bring his hidden warm heart to the forefront. I cannot wait for his story! I am also wondering about a couple of characters from the first book "A Summer to Remember." Would there be stories for Kit's brother Sydnam Butler, as well as the widowed Lady Muir (I have forgotten her first name)? I felt such a sadness for the tragic events that led to Sydnam's disfigurement and at Lady Muir's young widowhood, along with her limp, that I really wish to see their lives resolved into a happily ever after. I am now in the process of looking up some of your other titles. Thank you so much for your time. And...happy writing!!


Name: Jackie Swan
E-Mail: mrsswanny2000@yahoo.com
City/State: Colorado Springs
Country: USA
Date: Mon Sep 15 17:02:51 2003
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I love your books. I can't wait for the other three Bedwyn books come out.


Name: Ellen M. Worster
E-Mail: worster@midmaine.com
City/State: Lee, Maine
Country: USA
Date: Sun Sep 14 17:26:54 2003
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I wasn't sure after reading Slightly Scandalous if there were going to be any more books about the Bedwyn's, so I looked on this sight to see. I am VERY excited to find more books about the rest of the family. I have enjoyed the first three and I will have a hard time waiting for the others to come out!!!


Name: Debra Compton
E-Mail: dac7106@juno.com
City/State: St Helens, Or
Country: USA
Date: Sun Sep 14 13:28:04 2003
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Hi Mary, My mother got me started on the Bedwyn's story...I did not read them in order (we had a hard time finding Slightly Married which I just finished and will be sending to my mom)...I just wanted to see if you were doing stories on the other three children. I loved the books I have read and my daughter just started "A Summer to Remember". She'll get to read them in order, I can't wait for the next one in Jan '04. Once I pick the books up I can't put them down. While visiting my mother back east we picke up several of your other books, I can't wait to read them, I'm sure they well be as good as the Bedwyn's story. Debra


Name: Vickie
E-Mail: vraimondi2000@yahoo.com
City/State: Hanover Park, Illinois
Country: United States
Date: Thu Sep 11 16:47:31 2003
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Dear Mary: I have just read all 3 books; Slightly Married, Slightly Scandalous and Slightly Wicked, all in 2 weeks. What a family! I also have a daughter who has 3 older brothers and I know she could take care of herself just like Free could. I found myself laughing at some scenes and I just can't wait for more of this family saga to be written. I was so glad to see that you are in the process of printing more books. I haven't read a Summer to Remember yet. I'm running out right after work to purchase it. I think that is where it all began. Thank you for making my life more enjoyable by reading someone elses troubles. Can't wait until Wulfric's story comes out. I think that he'll be the best. Vickie


Name: Rose
E-Mail: rosehos60@hotmail.com
City/State: ontario
Country: canada
Date: Thu Sep 11 13:50:04 2003
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I have never written to an author before but I came across your website and I just wanted to tell you how much i enjoy reading your books. I always look forward to the next ones. I never realized how many books you have written. I hope to be able to get caught up someday with the books listed in your backlist. The first book I read of yours was "Irresistible". I think I have read it 5 times. I also like how you connect your characters from book to book. I hope to see Freyja and Lauren become close friends in your future books. I suppose someday we will be reading about the children of the characters in your books.


Name: Mari Williams
E-Mail: Hizluva1@aol.com
City/State: Tavares, Florida
Country: United States
Date: Wed Sep 10 22:57:28 2003
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Hello, I'm not sure what to say so I'll start off by saying, I just started really reading and I'm really getting into it because of you. I thought when I first started I would enjoy murder mysteries. That was until I came across a certain red and black book named Slightly Wicked which was not the plot I was thinking it would be. After that I have read all the Bedwyn stories, and I'm so glad you intertwined them like you did. I am also starting to read the rest of your books, I just finished no man's mistress which i LOVED. I just want to tell you like everyone else who as signed your guest book your a great Author i really enjoy your books, (even though my husband hates when i read because i lock my self in the room and nothing gets done until i finish the book) and keep up the good book and hurry with that silver eyed DEVIL Wulfric, I can't wait to see or hear about his mistress he keeps locked away!!!!


Name: Cheri Olson
E-Mail: brow2966@bellsouth.net
City/State: miami, florida
Country:
Date: Wed Sep 10 20:29:00 2003
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Hi Mary, I'm sooo enjoying Freyja's story and its setting early on in the city of Bath. My husband and I have gone there a few times and its so fun to recognize the landmarks you remark on. Where exactly was the Royal York Hotel? I love getting to like Freyja more as she was a bit tough to like in the prior novels. Can't wait for Morgan's story! Thanks for writing such terrific novels!


Name: Inna Pertsovskaya
E-Mail: per@dat.ict.nsc.ru
City/State: Novosibirsk
Country: Russia
Date: Wed Sep 10 11:58:32 2003
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Dear Mrs Balogh, I would like to express our gratitude to you for introducing romance back into the lives of overworked, overtired and overserious professionals in Russia. We are translating some excerpts of your works just to exchange information because it is difficult to wait for your books. We would gladly buy them but the cost of shipping is sometimes more than most of us here can afford (while the price of used books is OK with us). Never mind, some day we'll work something out. My personal favorite is "More than a mistress" Thank you again, Love, Inna


Name: Tessa Baxter
E-Mail: gravis@lando.co.za
City/State: Piet Retief
Country: South Africa
Date: Wed Sep 10 08:06:27 2003
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Dear Mary I wrote to your old sympatico email address and my"personal" email was returned to me. If you can contact me, I would like to re-send my email to you. Sorry to sound mysterious. regards Tessa Baxter


Name: Carole Nugent
E-Mail: CNskibunny@aol.com
City/State: Williamstown,Ma.
Country: USA
Date: Mon Sep 8 18:01:40 2003
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Ireally enjoy reading your books.I can'twait for the new one to come out in January.


Name: Darlene M. Smith
E-Mail: deezeesmee@netcarrier.com
City/State: Bedminster, PA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Sep 7 22:10:32 2003
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I have always , from a teenager, been reading Regency romance. Really love the period. I sometimes think that I was a governess in this era in a former life. I grew up to be a teacher. Reading and instilling reading enjoyment in my students has always been my passion. I am currently finishing Slightly Wicked and intend to read Slightly Scandelous back to back. My hat goes off to you. Love, D-


Name: debbie
E-Mail: carrcaddo@msn.com
City/State: TRINITY
Country: usa
Date: Sat Sep 6 19:32:42 2003
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I read slightly married and loved it, now i have read all the bedwyn series and am waiting for more.I am glad to have a new author to add to my list.


Name: Anna
E-Mail: raxomin@mail.ru
City/State: Irkutsk
Country: Russia
Date: Fri Sep 5 00:00:03 2003
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Thank You for Your books! Unfortunately, there are no all of them in our town, but I hope they will appear. I don't know english enough to say You all that I want. Good books and more readers!


Name: Elizabeth Appleby
E-Mail: eappleby@cheerful.com
City/State: Evanston, Illinois
Country: USA
Date: Thu Sep 4 15:13:53 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh- I just wnat to take the opportunity to thank you for years of reading enjoyment. You are consistantly one of my favorite authors and I am always excited when I see a new Balogh on the "New Releases" shelf. My friends and I constantly marvel at your ability to make the "impossible plot" not only possible, but infinitely enjoyable. I have noticed a trend to re-release wonderful regencies from the past and I was wondering, as your books often "go out but don't come back" from my personal library, if your publisher was considering a re-release of your backlist in the future? I look forward to your Christmas anthology and to the three remaining Bedwyn tales. -Elizabeth


Name: Deborah Spencer
E-Mail: drspencer@zoominternet.net
City/State: Pittsburgh, PA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Sep 4 12:10:37 2003
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I sometimes think that I was born in the wrong time period! I love to read stories that take me back to different time periods. My favorite author for medieval books is Roberta Gellis and you're my favorite for the Regancy time period! I just recently started your Bedwyn series and I have read a few of your earlier books and I just love them. My favorite movie is Pride and Prejudice (loved the book too!) and when I read your books the movie helps me to "picture in my mind" what it is your describing in your books (the dances, formalities, customs, etc...). Now I guess there is a reson to look forward to winter coming, I can't wait to read the rest of the Bedwyns stories! Deb


Name: Mary Sevon
E-Mail: mary71020@aol.com
City/State: Redford Twp, MI
Country: USA
Date: Wed Sep 3 20:16:52 2003
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Dear Miss Balogh, I am a new reader of your books. I just finished your new series about the "Bedwyns" and loved each one. I can hardly wait for the remaining three. Thank you for many enjoyable hours of reading.


Name: Robin Klay
E-Mail: rdk1314@comcast.net
City/State: north port,FL
Country: US
Date: Wed Sep 3 16:07:47 2003
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Hi I jsut wanted to let you know how much I love the the stories about the Bedwyn's. I have read all the most recent ones up to slightly scandalous and absolutly can not wait for the next 3 to come out. I'm especially eager to see what wulf's story is. thank you for writing such wonderful books Robin Klay


Name: Renea Reser
E-Mail: married45@juno.com
City/State: Fulton, NewYork
Country: USA
Date: Wed Sep 3 15:18:19 2003
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I would just like to say I do believe Wulfric will fall, and fall hard he will. =} The "Bedwyns series have fascinated me and to this, I give credit. I can't read a book if it does not capture me from the beginning. Superb writing!!! You have just been added to my "must read" list and have passed the word (and the books) on to my mother. I look forward to the next three.


Name: Carolyn J Holt
E-Mail: cjholt@clds.net
City/State: Hinesville, GA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Sep 3 12:04:57 2003
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Whoopee! I am eagerly awaiting Wulfric's story...I hope she blasts him out of the water! He sure deserves it!


Name: Marie Varga
E-Mail: marieva.@worldchat.com
City/State: hamilton ont.
Country: canada
Date: Mon Sep 1 19:17:07 2003
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I just finished reading More Than a Mistress. I couldn't take my eyes off it. I think it was the best story I have read in a long time. You kept me aching for Jane & Jocelyn. Every time they came close to letting each other know their true feelings you didn't let it happen. It made me very frustrated at the two of them. I look forward to reading more of your books.


Name: Barbara Wittles
E-Mail: windycity26@msn.com
City/State: Laguna Hills, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Aug 31 03:09:24 2003
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Dear Mary, I love your books! You are my favorite author. From Indiscreet and the other books about those friends through the Mistress series and now the Bedwyns. You give your characters depth and I feel like I am back in time reading about those very human characters. I reread the books I own. I do have Lauren and Lily's stories, too. Thank you for the pleasure of the books you write. I love them. Sincerely, Barbara


Name: Katrina Martin
E-Mail: e2brutus@verizon.net
City/State: Davenport, Florida
Country: USA
Date: Sat Aug 30 17:29:20 2003
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I cannot wait for Wulfric's story !!!!!


Name: Maureen Paleafei
E-Mail: maureenbpaleafei@wmconnect.com
City/State: Brinkley, Arkansas
Country: USA
Date: Sat Aug 30 16:06:40 2003
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Hi, Loving the 'slightly' series. I can hardly wait for Wulfric's story! He is definitely my kind of guy!!!


Name: Cindy
E-Mail: stansf75@aol.com
City/State: Horicon, WI
Country: USA
Date: Fri Aug 29 14:55:31 2003
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My daughter and I only just discovered your books. I just wanted to let you know that I have been thoroughly enjoying them, the 4 that I have read in the last 2 weeks. I am especially anxious to read Wulfic's story. There are some authors that once I buy the books I keep and then reread them frequently. Authors like Nora Roberts, Elizabeth Lowell. You are now added to the list of those few. Thanks.


Name: Eleanor Quinn
E-Mail: equinn6876@aol.com
City/State: Lebanon, New Jersey
Country: USA
Date: Thu Aug 28 19:07:08 2003
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I am enjoying your Bedwyn's stories. I can't wait to read Wulfric's story which I know you are writing. I will be buying "Tempted" & "Sinful" as soon as they are published. I have already read about 14 of your books and have enjoyed each one. Keep on writing and I will keep on buying. Thanks!


Name: Shirley Kruse
E-Mail: smkruse@wctc.net
City/State: Port Edwards, WI
Country: USA
Date: Thu Aug 28 14:09:41 2003
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Greetings . . . Your historical novels are a delight. My daughter and I have been working diligently to collect ALL Mary Balogh books . . . we now have 57. We are only missing two early releases, but since they are in the $25 to $42 range as rare used books, we are hoping they will be reprinted. Any chance reprints will soon be available of these books: The Trysting Place (1986) The Wood Nympoh (1987) I read 5-8 books every week, and have read every one of yours at least twice, some 4-5 times. Really have enjoyed the "Slightly..." series. Wish I lived nearer New York. I would surely be on hand for your book signing! Shirley Kruse


Name: Debbie Lael
E-Mail: dlael@cableone.net
City/State: Bartlesville
Country: USA
Date: Wed Aug 27 20:16:28 2003
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I just finished "Slightly Scandalous" and went to our web site to BEG you to write Wulfric's, Morgan's and Alleyne's stories. I was thrilled to find out that they are already in the works. I absolutely loved this series, beginning with "One Night to Love" and "A Summer to Remember." Thank you!!


Name: Laurie
E-Mail: laurie.barnes6@verizon.net
City/State: Fairfax, VA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Aug 27 18:26:08 2003
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I have thoroughly enjoyed your Dell Historicals. I started with Slighly Wicked and worked my way backwards. I am currently reading One Night for Love. I am in love with the people you write about. I feel I know the Bedwyn family personally and look forward to reading the last three of the series.


Name: chief mugu
E-Mail: mugu@aol.com
City/State: LOME
Country: TOGO
Date: Wed Aug 27 10:31:12 2003
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I DON LAND HERE OOOOOOOOOO.MARY MANY THANKS FOR YOUR BOOKS.KEEP OFF OOOO.


Name: chief mugu
E-Mail: mugu@aol.com
City/State: LOME
Country: TOGO
Date: Wed Aug 27 10:24:47 2003
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I DON LAND HERE OOOOOOOOOO.MARY MANY THANKS FOR YOUR BOOKS.KEEP OFF OOOO.


Name: Dawn
E-Mail: silver_doller01@yahoo.com
City/State: sanducky new york
Country:
Date: Wed Aug 27 10:19:59 2003
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I think your books are just wounderful,i never injoyed reading intell i read one of your books.


Name: mary fawcett
E-Mail: mary@gfawcett.demon.co.uk
City/State: essex
Country: united kingdom
Date: Tue Aug 26 08:42:30 2003
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Dear Mary, it seems as if I've found your books 17 years too late! I've managed to buy all the novels published under Dell; but you've been a prolific author! How can I obtain your previous works? The postage to the UK from 2nd hand US bookshops will make my husband fume!! One would have thought being an ex-pat there would be more of your books available in the UK. Great imagination, witty banter, better than chocolate!


Name: Carol Ann Hreha
E-Mail: chreha@kellnet.com
City/State: Amherst, Ohio
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 25 11:30:19 2003
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I needed something to keep my mind off the long surgery my husband was having and hurridly picked up " A Summer to Remember " and was caught in the storyline. You made the characters very real, in fact I felt that I was there. I can hardly wait for Wulfric's story as he intrigues me. Keep writing those excellent romances. I have the the series so far written and await the others. You fan in Ohio Carol Ann


Name: Rose V. Stevens
E-Mail: RVS@Capital.net
City/State: Albany, NY
Country: USA
Date: Sun Aug 24 11:40:51 2003
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Thank you for all the wonderful books you have written. Looking forward for the next one.


Name: Julie Payne
E-Mail: mutley2@optusnet.com.au
City/State: Sydney, NSW
Country: Australia
Date: Thu Aug 21 00:37:51 2003
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I would just like to write to thank you for all the wonderful work that you have done. I have read nearly every one of your books and await eagerly for the next lot. I still have a few that need to be tracked down. With regards to the "Slighly" series, out of curiosity, does Gwen from "A Summer to Remember" and "One Night for Love" appear again. I would love to hear about her life and was curious as to whether she appears in Wulfrics book as his other half. If not does Gwen meet someone to love as I seem to be reading her as someone who didn't have the type of marriage that everyone has taken it to believe. An Wulfric is the deep person that has more than what we have seen so far. Again, thank you. I love reading and re-reading books from, I would have to say, an Author who is up there with the best. It is great to read books from right from the beginning and know that the style has changed but not greatly and someone who writes but does not feel that the last book in a series has to be "just" finished. All your books are just great. A keen fan Julie


Name: Beverly Nelson
E-Mail: Dwnatthezoo@aol.com
City/State: Oklahoma City, OK
Country:
Date: Wed Aug 20 16:26:41 2003
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I read the Bedwyn series and loved them so much that I sought out your other books. I just finished the series about the four horsemen (Indiscreet, Unforgiven, and Irresistable). I didn't think I would find characters that I enjoyed as much as the Bedwyns, but I was wrong. I fell in love with Rex, Ken, Eden, and Nathaniel... Nathaniel being my favorite. Thank you for such wonderful stories.


Name: mary
E-Mail: mtimm@xenoscience.com
City/State: phoenix az
Country: usa
Date: Tue Aug 19 23:42:25 2003
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can't wait for wulf's story


Name: Lindsey
E-Mail: sweetfinleighsmom@yahoo.com
City/State: St. Helens, Or.
Country: USA
Date: Tue Aug 19 23:03:23 2003
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I just wanted to let you know that I enjoy your books tremendously! I'm very upset because I just became a fan of yours with the Bedwyn series and would like to read your first books, but they are out of print. As much as I love your books, my husband would murder me if I spent forty dollars on a book that takes me an hour to read! Do you know of any used books stores that I could find them for cheaper? I know this sounds very rude, so please forgive me! Thank you and please keep those books coming!


Name: Carolyn Randall
E-Mail: cjrandall@aol.com
City/State: Wareham,MA.
Country: USA
Date: Tue Aug 19 13:59:48 2003
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Love your Bedwyn series, have read all three and am looking forward to the three remaining, in paticular Wulfric's story. I find him a most interesting character, who really loves his family but has all the responsibility of a Dukedom. Thank you for giving me such delightful material to read.


Name: Ethel Pascoe
E-Mail: ethel_m_p@hotmail.com
City/State: N. Highlands, CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 18 12:18:50 2003
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I wish you could write faster. Your books ae really keepers. I have read and just finished rereading the Bedwyn series. You have brought a great deal of plesure to my life with your books. I'm anxiously awaiting the rest of the series -- especially Wulf's story. Your characters are excellent and the humor is wonderul. Thank you. EMP


Name: Katina Chapman
E-Mail: katinachapman@sasktel.net
City/State: Estevan
Country: Canada
Date: Sun Aug 17 20:09:56 2003
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Congratulations on being nominated for a Rita. I haven't heard the final results, hope it was good news. I had some success with writing last year. A magazine article published in July, and I was the grand prize winner in Ponder Publishing's contest for romance writers, a story you commented on long ago. I've always enjoyed your writing, looks like you are keeping busy. Best wishes always, Katina


Name: Lynda Simmons
E-Mail: Lyndalss@aol.com
City/State: Athens,Ga.
Country: America
Date: Sun Aug 17 14:57:59 2003
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I purchased all the "Slightly" books and was so very disapointed not to be able to buy "Wulf's" story right away. One has to assume that He will meet and marry someone VERY inapproiate. Ha! I certainly hope you will not make us all wait until the spring of 2004 to read about him. Thanks, Lynda


Name: Susan Berger
E-Mail: booklady@dnsonline.net
City/State: Plymouth, In.
Country: U S.
Date: Fri Aug 15 21:33:20 2003
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I just got done reading the Bedwyn's story, and I wanted to know more about the other three that are lefted. I can't wait to read the other ones. Mostly about Wulfric's story. Please don't make us wait to long for it. I'll wait for them, but wished that I didn't have too! Enjoyed them greatly, Thanks!


Name: P. Miller
E-Mail: djmilr@kaplantel.net
City/State:
Country:
Date: Fri Aug 15 14:58:49 2003
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I have just bought my first book by you and thorougly enjoyed it. The book was "Slightly Married". I then found "Slightly Scandalous" and are in the process of reading it. Your writing is excellent. Thank you for the adventure of Historical Romance.


Name: Nikole Snyder
E-Mail: neciastar@excite.com
City/State: Brigham, Utah
Country: USA
Date: Fri Aug 15 11:57:46 2003
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I love Mary's books. I mistakenly discovered them when I was bored on a camping trip. We went into town to get more ice and I decided to buy a book for some entertainment. That book happened to be Slightly Wicked. I became instantly intrigued by the Bedwyns and ran to the book store when I got home and bought: A Summer to Remember, Slightly Married, and Slightly Scandalous. I am just about done with Slightly Scandalous therfore found this website to find out when I could expect the next book to be released. I am completely depressed that I have wait clear till January for the next addition!!


Name: Tena Perrella
E-Mail: tpchatin@yahoo.com
City/State: Hedgesville, WV
Country: USA
Date: Fri Aug 15 09:39:26 2003
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I openly admit, nothing moves me. like reading one of your books!!!


Name: Nikki Nelson
E-Mail: nelson_nikki@msn.com
City/State: Clubb, Missouri
Country: US
Date: Wed Aug 13 21:00:10 2003
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I love your books....can't wait for more on the Slightly sears ~!!*!!~Nikki~!!*!!~


Name: Chandler
E-Mail: chandler@onecallinc.com
City/State: Mississippi
Country: U.S.
Date: Wed Aug 13 20:10:19 2003
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I just discovered the Bedwyn family. What fabulous characters. They set the standard that not everyone has to be beautiful to be loved or popular---but money does help. After I read Aiden's story I rushed out to the book store and grabbed up Rannulf and Freyja's books. Imagine my disappointment when I discovered that Wulfric's story wasn't next. I'm afraid by the time you get around to him, he will be pushing 40 years old. He shows us glimpses of sensitivity and passion beneath that oh-so-proper-Duke. I hope you give him a woman who will stand up to him and show him how to unwind a little. It's times like this I wished I could read your mind just so I would know what you have in store for Wulf. Love that character! Can't wait for the next installment of the Bedwyn's.


Name: Sharon Booth
E-Mail: ShBooth@aol.com
City/State: Monroe, LA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Aug 12 16:54:14 2003
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I have enjoyed your books so very much. I usually stop reading when I realize that a book is a sequal and wait until all of them are in print, I like to get to know the characters and read one book right after another. Your books are far too interesting and I just can't do that, I've read about the Bedwyens and am keeping all the books so that when the next one comes out I can start from the beginning and read them all again. All I ask is that you consider writing a bit faster so that Wulfric's story won't be such a long time in coming!


Name: Olivia Diaz
E-Mail: olivia@scmtd.com
City/State: Watsonville CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Aug 12 15:31:01 2003
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A friend loaned me her books "A Summer To Remember" and "Slightly Married", I loved them! I immediately bought the next two and am reading them now. I look forward to the next 3 books especially the story on Wulfric. Keep on writing!


Name: Cynthia Roach
E-Mail: ceedaroach@webtv.com
City/State: Augusta, GA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 11 22:46:15 2003
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Having come across the very interesting Bedwyn family and thinking I had read everything written about them, imagine my elation to find them once again in your series! Bravo! Surely even the King must secretly tremble in Wulfric's presence to see such an icy gaze directed at anyone! And yet, you've shown us his capacity to melt in the presence of innocence. Your readers, myself included, have such high expectations of you--always!--and I wonder if you ever are the least bit daunted by it? You are, indeed, a true mistress of this art and well-loved for it! I search avidly on Ebay for the books I haven't had a chance to read yet and even the oldest are wonderful reads. Having retired last year after 30 years of teaching high school English, I've thought about trying my hand at some writing. While you inspire me, I fear I couldn't begin to come up to the standard you've set. Do you actually pen your manuscripts, or do you use a computer? I seem to need to put the pen to paper so far. And, as you can easily see, I would really need to come up with a pen name!! Yours in admiration, Cee


Name: Steph Sahm
E-Mail: stephsahm1@yahoo.com
City/State: Naples, FL
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 11 16:18:18 2003
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I just want you to know I really have enjoyed reading your books. I plan to read them all. I just finished reading Slightly Wicked and Slightly Scandlous along with the rest of that series. I can not wait for Wulf's story. Please hurry. I am so looking forward to it and can just imagine what you have in store for the most intersting character of the series. Thank you Steph Sahm


Name: Toni Orrin
E-Mail: toniorrin@yahoo.com
City/State: San Dimas, CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 11 16:08:08 2003
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I'm a new reader to your books. I started with Slightly Married and became hooked. I've read the other Slightly books and A Summer to Remember. Loved them all. I can't wait for Wulf's story. He is fascinating!


Name: Mary Bunch
E-Mail: mbunch47@comcast.net
City/State: Maple Glen, PA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 11 13:58:54 2003
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Just finished reading the four (4) summer paperbacks. Keep writing! I am looking forward to your fall release of Under the Mistletoe...


Name: Jane Fink
E-Mail: janethgrt@aol.com
City/State: Berkeley, CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 11 13:27:58 2003
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I cannot wait for Wulf's story. He is one sexy character. I am sure his is going to be the last Bedwyn in the series. It is sort of building towards that as a climactic book. Yay.


Name: Jane Fink
E-Mail: janethgrt@aol.com
City/State: Berkeley, CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 11 12:53:24 2003
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I am loving the Slightly series and A Summer to Remember. I also read the Mistress books. You are a fantastic author with a true gift. I cannot wait for the next book to come out. Keep up the good work.


Name: blair
E-Mail: blairbecky78@hotmail.com
City/State: henderson,ky
Country: usa
Date: Mon Aug 11 05:13:45 2003
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I just wanted to say that I truly enjoyed the Bedwyn series so far. I have just now "discovered" your books and I'm so excited to read the rest of the series. You can also bet that I will find all of your previous books to read in the future. I love how all of the heroines have spunk and stand up for themselves even though they are young. I'm only 25 myself and I like to think I would do the same thing if I was in their shoes. Keep up the great writing because I want to read as much as you want to write. :)


Name: Jim Henke
E-Mail: shirl@shirlhenke.com
City/State:
Country:
Date: Sun Aug 10 15:02:36 2003
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Please excuse my tardiness in thanking you for the book title that I requested. Shirl has been off visiting her sister, and I have been playing at being her administrative assistant. Once again, my thanks.


Name: Tory Badura
E-Mail: whyskeyeyes@hotmail.com
City/State:
Country: USA
Date: Sat Aug 9 22:17:39 2003
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I grestly enjoyed the first three books about the Bedwyn's I am looking forward most of all to Wulfric's story, next year. Obviously you have set him up for some serious problems. I can't wait.


Name: Shelia
E-Mail: skcmob@aol.com
City/State: Mobile, AL
Country: USA
Date: Sat Aug 9 17:16:56 2003
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I'm hooked! I love the Bedwyn family! I've devoured Slightly Married, Slightly Wicked, and Slightly Scandalous. I can hardly wait for the next sibling to fall in love! However, Wulf is my favorite. When will his story be published?


Name: Jamie Karst
E-Mail: ujd5@cs.com
City/State: Jacksonville, Fl
Country: United States
Date: Fri Aug 8 21:53:43 2003
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I can not tell you how much fun I've had reading all about the Bedwyn. I can't wait to read about Morgan, Alleyne and Wulf, especially Wulf! I await your books like a kid at Christmas. Don't stop writing and keep up the compelling stories.


Name: Sandra Hayes
E-Mail: slhayes@mycidco.com
City/State: Lynnwood, WA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Aug 8 14:39:12 2003
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Ms Balogh: I have enjoyed your writing for many years. The Bedwin family saga is so much fun. Thanks. As for my favorite book? That would be The Temporary Wife. Superb.


Name: Jean Magee
E-Mail: jmagee@c-k.com
City/State: Chicago, IL
Country: USA
Date: Fri Aug 8 11:57:08 2003
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My sister and I were so thrilled that you had 3 books out that we could "hoard" for our summer vacation. In anticipation, we re-read "A Summer to Remember", which I loved just as much as reading it the first time. I again remembered my dislike of the Bedwyn family, especially Freja. How wonderful that you've written their stories so beautifully that you can like them as people. Color me amazed - even Freja. We look forward to Morgan, Alleyne's & especially Wulfric's stories as well. But I cannot resist - what about Lady Gwen? She seems a mystery just crying out to be told, and a woman who needs to have her own love story - and of course no one does it better than Mary Balogh.


Name: Bobbi
E-Mail: Birdiee7@aol.com
City/State: Westland, MI
Country:
Date: Thu Aug 7 21:33:43 2003
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I just happened to come acrossed slightly married form a friend of mine who thought it was a excellent book... So I thought well lets see what all the fuss is about this book...... I read the book in one night I just could not put it down, I was amazed.... the very next day I had to go out and get the other two, I look for hard back books for my libary so when I found it, it was a two in one book and that to was a cant put me down book, I do hope that it is the full story.... I cannot wait for the other three to come out I am really lookin forward to to wolfrics story the most but I cannot wait for all to be here....you are a verry skilled wrighter...and truley bring your charters to life......keep up the good work and i look forward to every book i can get my hands on that has been written by you.... please keep doing the hardbacks there the ones I buy........@}~}~~


Name: Wendy
E-Mail: whergan@hotmail.com
City/State: New Orleans, LA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Aug 7 20:28:23 2003
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I just finished Slightly Scandalous and am about to start Slightly Wicked. I very much enjoyed it!! I looked for the other Slightly book, but didn't find it, but now I'm going to go find it and the two others before it for sure. I just love series books. As much as I enjoyed Frejya and Joshua's story, I can't wait to read Wulf's story. He's just the type of man I'm attracted to and have been lucky enough to find in my life. I very much look forward to the rest of your series. Thank you, Wendy


Name: Tine MacKay
E-Mail: ericmackay@sbcglobal.com
City/State: Odessa, TX
Country: United States of America
Date: Thu Aug 7 16:50:44 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh; I just wanted to thank you for many years of enjoyable reading. I, also, am wondering if your publisher is going to reprint any of your earlier books. I do have quite a few of them, but not all of them. My other wish is, are any of your books on CD? Specifically in their unabridged form? Tine MacKay


Name: Janet A. Wilson
E-Mail: Janet.Wilson@mci.com
City/State: Washington DC 20010
Country: United States of Americia
Date: Thu Aug 7 15:25:38 2003
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I truly enjoyed Aidan and Rannulf story just started reading Freyja know I will enjoy this one just as much. I can't wait for Morgan and Alleyne. I am on the edge of my seat wait for Wulf store it will be the story to end all story. Going to look for A Summer to Remember. So I'll close with this Thanks for changing career's and writing I read a lot and I have placed you up there with the great authors .


Name: Kathleen Flanagan
E-Mail: arrayoflight_2000@yahoo.com
City/State: Marietta, GA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Aug 7 09:22:47 2003
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I am very anxious for Wulfric's story! I figured it must have been one of the first of the series and knew his tale would probably be the best. Glad I didn't miss it. Thanks for your great books. I have really enjoyed them. I work in a retirement community and one of the residents & I share books. We both love yours. Kathleen


Name: Rich Eisbrouch
E-Mail: REisbrouch@aol.com
City/State: Los Angeles, California
Country: USA
Date: Wed Aug 6 15:07:49 2003
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Hi, Do you still have that copy of Nila Mack's Let's Pretend? It's one of my friend's favorite childhood books, and I can't find a copy of it anywhere. Recordings of some of the radio broadcasts are available, but it's the illustrations that I guess are so wonderful.


Name: Theresa
E-Mail: acy721@hotmail.com
City/State: Roseville, MN
Country:
Date: Wed Aug 6 13:50:21 2003
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Hello. I just wanted to let you know how much I've enjoyed reading your books. I was just wondering if the Marquess of Attingsborough will get his own story or if he already has one. And I think Sydnam and Gwen would be a great story to read. But your books are wonderful and I can't wait to read Wulfric's story. Thank you...for you beautiful writing and stories.


Name: Diane Bodiford
E-Mail: diane.bodiford@med.ge.com
City/State: Castle Rock, CO
Country: USA
Date: Wed Aug 6 13:15:55 2003
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I found one of your books by accident, Slightly Scandalous. I loved it so much that I went online and bought every book I could by you. So I ended up reading the Bedwyn series backwards. I was bummed when I ran out of them, but I am looking forward to the remainder of the series. There was one character that was introduced first in One Night for Love, Neville's sister, Gwen. Are you planning on writing her story? I think there is more to her than a tragic riding accident and the tragic death of her husband. This is my theory: Gwen's husband , Vernon...Lord Muir, I believe was actually an abusive husband. It supposedly was a love match, but I think Gwen found out (probably on the wedding night) that he was a very cruel and jealous man. I think he caused the riding accident so that she would lose the baby. Maybe he, in his jealousy thought it wasn't his, or maybe he was just jealous of the child in particular. I think his accident in actuality was really a physical argument at the top of the stairs and she pushed him away, not realizing the banister was loose...or maybe she did? Anyway, you have dropped several hints in the books that what others believed about the marriage wasn't really true. She never confirms others' assumptions that she adored her husband. I also think that maybe she will get together with Kit's brother Sydnam; two broken people who need love. Or was there something starting in Slighly Scandalous? I can't remember if it was an impression or more...I read them all so fast, now I will have to go back and read them again in order. Maybe after I have read the final three in the series. I love Regency romances, they are my favorite historical romances/novels. You are particularly adept at bringing one into the story. I get very involved with your characters, they become friends. I love that you do series so that we can see what happens, even if slightly, to our favorite characters. This is my first official fan letter to any author or anyone at all. I just got so caught up in your novels that I had to tell you how much I loved reading them. I also would love to hear if you are planning to write Gwen's story and if I'm at all close to what you see her to be too. Sincerely, Diane


Name: Don McNaughtan
E-Mail: d.mcnaughtan@comcast.net
City/State: Salt Lake City, Utah
Country: USA
Date: Tue Aug 5 02:35:50 2003
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Ms. Balogh, I have just spent a wonderful July, on a chaise longue by the pool, reading the Slightly series. I have been a fan of yours forwell for a long time, but this series is magnificent. You have the magic to make your characters come to life; they become, for me, real. I appreciate the way you make your characters neither too good to be true nor so evil as to be unredeemable. My personal favorites are Priscilla Wentworth (A Precious Jewel) and Freya Bedwyn. I maybe a little in love with both although they are on the surface quite different. I hope that you will continue to add updates on the Bedwyns, and if Freya ever gives birth she should break Joshs nose in the process, and then be properly apologetic. Everyone seems to have designs on Wulf, I trust you, and you have never failed. But, how about Mrs. Muir and Sydnam Butler, they need a happy ending. Thanks you once again for the hours of entertainment you have provided


Name: dawn branch
E-Mail: xxx.@YAHOO .COM
City/State: PETERSBURGVA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 4 20:10:23 2003
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DAER RICKI LACKMY NAME IS DAWN BRANCH AND M 22 YEAR OLDAND M Y MOTHER DOES NOT GO OUTSIDE OF PETERSBURG VIRGINIA I DO NOT HAVE AND LOT OF MONEYTWOTAKE MY MOTHER ON AND TRIP SO RICKIPLEASE HELP METWO TAKE TWO TAKE MY MOTHER TWO THE BAHAMAS FOR 4 DAYS AND FIVE NIGHTS AND A SHOPPING SPRING THANK YOU RICKI LACKAND GOD BLESS DAWN BRANCH


Name: Shirley M. Sexton
E-Mail: LUVMYCHAIR@AOL.COM
City/State: Lakewood, California
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 4 16:41:42 2003
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My Dear Ms. Balogh - I have been a fan of yours for many years. You have brought me so much pleasure, and I have shed more than a few tears over many of the plot lines in your books. Your sensitivity and ability to make your readers feel your heroine's pain is really something. It's hard for me to pick just a few of my favorites, but I will list: "A Chance Encounter", "The First Snowdrop", "Secrets of the Heart", "An Unacceptable Offer", "The Ungrateful Governess", "A Christmas Promise" -- and so many, many more. Then, of course, we have "One Night For Love", "More Than A Mistress" and "No Man's Mistress". And - I am LOVING your series about the Bedwyn family. Absolutely wonderful!! Anyway - I just found your website and thought I would drop you a note. You don't know how many times I have thought of you over the years and how much enjoyment I have derived from your books. I just want to say thank you SO MUCH for all the pleasure you have given me. I remain your devoted fan. : ) (I just realized this e-mail might be shown on this page, but I am sending it anyway. I'm proud to be a fan of yours.)


Name: Barbara Gleeson
E-Mail: bdgleeson@msn.com
City/State: Chicago, IL
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 4 16:15:08 2003
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Is it possible to have your publisher to reissue your books? Especially those that are hard or impossible to find. I am sure that they would sell because of new comers like me. Even those that have been fans for along time may want to add them to their collection. Things are probably not that simple, are they? I am just hopeful!


Name: KIMBERLY MANUEL
E-Mail: KIMSEQUINE@WEBTV.NET
City/State: PEPPERELL,MA.
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 4 16:08:30 2003
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YOU ARE A FANTASTIC WRITER, WITH THE SKILL OF MAKING PEOPLE FEEL LIKE THEY ARE IN THE ROOM WITH THE STORY. I CAN NOT WAIT FOR WULF TO HAVE HIS STORY TOLD. I CAN ONLY IMAGINE THE WOMAN THAT WILL BRING HIM OFF HIS THRONE.


Name: Myrna Craig
E-Mail: mlcraig@stargate.net
City/State: Moon Twp., PA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 4 15:38:11 2003
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I love your "slightly" books about the Bedwyn's. I can hardly wait to read all about Wulfric. He sounds the most exciting of all of them. Although I laughed a lot about Freyja. She sure was a corker ! ! Of course I try to get all your books cause I know that I'll never be disappointed in the story. You are a marvelous author. God has blessed you with a tremendous talent. Thanks for sharing it with us. Are you going to come to have a Christmas story?? I love your Historial Christmas stories.


Name: Cheri
E-Mail: brow2966@bellsouth.net
City/State: Miami/Florida
Country: USA
Date: Mon Aug 4 12:29:41 2003
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I just finished A Summer to Remember and it had me crying the last two chapters because of its tenderness. What a wonderful read it has been! Now I can dive in to the Bedwyn's stories! Lucky me!!


Name: Catherine Hobart
E-Mail: catherinehobart@hotmail.com
City/State: casper,wy
Country:
Date: Sat Aug 2 21:37:23 2003
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love the "slightly" books and really think it's wonderful you can churn out such enjoyable entertainment and always make it interesting---can't wait for more!!


Name: Jim Henke
E-Mail: www.shenke@brick.net.
City/State: St. Louis MO
Country: USA
Date: Sat Aug 2 00:13:28 2003
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Ms. Balogh In HEARTLESS you appear to be setting up two characters as protagonists for a future novel. I am alluding to Emily and Ashley. Did you ever get to write that story? I suspect that such a work would be quite challenging...and interesting. If you did get to do the job, could you give me the title of the book. My wife Shirl, a colleague of yours, says she seems to remember such a book but, of course, not the title.


Name: Demi
E-Mail: dlandros@yahoo.com
City/State: New York, NY
Country:
Date: Thu Jul 31 09:00:09 2003
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I'm glad that I wasn't the only one who thought of Wulf! Although I liked Aidan's story and LOOOOOVED Rannulf's I was very dissapointed in Freyja's. Not at all what I expected. But anyway I was very glad that we discovered more depth to Wulf's character. He intrigued me since the first book although he was portrayed as some sort of high almighty snob. In the following books we have gotten to know him better and I just know that he deserves to be happy; I'm very intrigued in the kind of person he is and what he thinks and dreams. I'm sure we will see a lot of his hidden passionate nature in his story! One of the things that I liked most about your books is your ability to create characters that are not one dimmensional. They are humans with a depth of character, not completely white or black and Wulf is a prime example of this! Finally, let me tell you that I was sure that with all the attention that Wulf was getting from your readers you will leave him for the end!


Name: Ginny
E-Mail: ginny_sancho@sarasotagov.com
City/State: Sarasota, Florida
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jul 31 08:25:28 2003
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I have enjoyed all of your books!


Name: Daphne Wellman
E-Mail: elitefloral@aol.com
City/State: Lithonia, Georgia
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 30 23:08:48 2003
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I have just completed Slightly Scandalous,it was a complete joy! For the month of July I have been reading all you books about the Bedwyn family. January of 2004 is too long to wait for Morgans story. I will be first in line in my area. I love your novels.


Name: Allene Coffin
E-Mail: ceville@ruraltel.com
City/State: Phillipsburg, KS
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 30 19:54:01 2003
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I enjoy your books very much and am


Name: Beth
E-Mail: jonbeth@powercom.net
City/State: Stevens Point, WI
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 30 18:45:08 2003
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Mary, I loved all your books that I have read. I can't find The Trysting Place or The Wood Nymph at a reasonable price on the used book sites. Would these ever be re-released? My library connections dont have them either and I see they are part of sequels. I'm glad to see that you thought Kit's brother should have a story. I look forward to reading it. PS. My favorite book is the Temporary Wife, what is yours?


Name: janet alomesen
E-Mail: jcajanee@yahoo.com
City/State: north york toronto
Country: canada
Date: Wed Jul 30 09:06:45 2003
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dear Ms. Balogh I just finished all bedwyn series. I really love and enjoy every single page of the book. love you and thank you


Name: Cassie Wilson
E-Mail: cass237@hotmail.com
City/State: Adelaide, South Australia
Country: Australia
Date: Wed Jul 30 09:00:46 2003
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Hello! I am a huge fan of yours and enjoy your books immensely. I have recently spent way too much money on eBay buying your hard to find back list! I am an aspiring writer and have joined a writing group to pursue that dream. My group, South Australian Romance Writers (SARW) Inc. have just incorporated and we are publishing a newsletter for our members. I am the editor of this newsletter and would greatly appreciate it if you would consider being interviewed for our newsletter. I feel your views would be inspirational and encouraging to our membership of predominantly unpublished writers. We do not have a large readership at present, but I feel this will change in the coming years. Please let me know if you would be amenable to this. If you are, I will send you a list of questions. Feel free to answer only those you are comfortable with. Thank you for taking the time to read this! Yours sincerely Cassie Wilson Publications Editor SARW Inc.


Name: Heather Hodgson
E-Mail: Heather.Hodgson@uregina.ca
City/State: Regina, Sask.
Country: Canada
Date: Tue Jul 29 16:00:51 2003
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Hi Mary, I'm publishing a book of biographies of Saskatchewan creative writers. I see a fairly comprehensive bio of you on your website and would like to know if I can include your bio in the book I'm working on. I'm afraid there's no payment for this but yor bio in the book would give you added publicity as it will be bought by libraries all across Canada. Please let me know asap. I can easily edit down the bio on the website as it's a tad long. I look forward to hearing from you. Heather Hodgson


Name: Kathy Bocchino
E-Mail: kbocchin@wagner.edu
City/State: Staten Island, NY 10306
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jul 29 14:23:55 2003
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Just discoverd you with the Slightly books and they were fantastic. Can't wait for the next one.


Name: Janice Chisholm
E-Mail: jvchisholm@comcast..net
City/State: Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jul 29 08:40:35 2003
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Have loved all you books and just finished the last of the Bedwyns Slightly Scandalous and can not wait to read the rest with Wulfric's at the top of my list but I knew it would be last so I will have to wait for him to fall and fall hard. Thanks for the great books JV Chisholm


Name: tanys kush
E-Mail: kushm@monarch.net
City/State: medicine hat
Country: Canada
Date: Mon Jul 28 23:02:03 2003
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I read all your new books first, and after scouring second hand book stores, found and just finished "More than a Mistress"!!!!! I also have in my hand "No Man's Mistress", and am abandoning my husband and a movie to go start reading! PLEASE write sequels to this marvelous cast of characters! I am dying to hear about Lord Kimble and Conan. Thanks for giving us such delight.


Name: Caryl Garcia
E-Mail: cgarcia@winrock.org
City/State: Washington, DC
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 28 17:03:39 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, We missed you at the RWA conference in NYC, and especially at the Beau Monde pre-conference--always a fun event. Someone mentioned that you would be in the Washington, DC area in November 2003, and I wanted to ask what event you are coming for so that I may look into participating. Hope that you are well, Caryl Garcia


Name: LaVada
E-Mail: lightholder@charter.net
City/State: Haltom City, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jul 27 23:00:27 2003
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I have read most of your books. I traded some when I did not have enough room to keep them and now my husband built me some extra shelves so have been getting your books again. I wondered if they were going to reprint some of the older ones. They just want to much for some of them at Amazon. Thanks for writing such good books.


Name: Patti Anderson
E-Mail: poodoo12@netzero.net
City/State: Del City, Oklahoma
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sun Jul 27 19:35:15 2003
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I was recently in Florida staying with my sister for an extended stay and she had some of your books from the library. I started reading them and couldn't put them down.I found your website to find other titles of yours to get. I read all I could while I was there and there were only a couple of your books here in Ok. in the library. I started purchasing the new "slightly" series, thank goodness I work at Sam's and can get them when they come in. I absolutely love your books. My sister had threatened to take them away so I would get some sleep. haha. I am searching all the bookstores for your older books to read. Is there a place to find some of your older books? Anyway, I LOVE your books and am going to read anything I can find that has your name on it. Thanks for giving me these wonderful romantic (can't put down) books to read in my free time. I make free time now or read half the night away. I love that time period, so great to live it with these characters, since I couldn't be lucky enough to be born then myself. I will enjoy your books immensely. You are great!!! Thanks again!! Patti


Name: Martha DelVecchio
E-Mail: mar_de@comcast.nete
City/State: East Haven Connecticut
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jul 27 13:25:42 2003
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Well it's me again Mary :-) Since I'm new to your web site please be patient with me. I just noticed you will be in New York in July and will do a book signing. I have a sinking feeling I missed you but could you please tell me what date you'll be signing and also if you will be coming to Connecticut, New Jersey, Massachusetts or New York (again) in the near future. I would dearly love to get your autograph. THANKS!! And P.S. to my 1st letter to you.......I (along with others I'm sure) feel that Wulf neeeeeeedddddddsss a 'new' lady in his life (not his mistress) and she should indeed be either "above" him or sooooooooo below him that she wouldn't give him the right time of day. A very tender moment comes to my mind from Lady Freya's story. Wulf was in his study about to speak with Joshua when one of Aidens children......the little girl.....snuck in. She just climbed onto Wulf's lap as if she had every right to, acutally played with his "eye" monocle and although he seemed tensed while poised I FELT he was enchanted and melting inside. Can his future 'bride' have the same effect on him but in a different way?? And could she be so un-obtainable that his calm would crack forcing him to be a bit outrageous in breaking his own character?? Just some food for thought. You are MARVELOUS!! And as un-forgettable as your characters. Keep smiling and know that you are loved!! Love and Light Martha (Marti) DelVecchio


Name: Martha DelVecchio
E-Mail: mar_de@comcast.net
City/State: East Haven Connecticut
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jul 27 12:45:40 2003
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Dear Mary Balogh I'm happy to have the opportunity to sign your guest book. I LOVE the "slightly" series and CAN'T WAIT for Wulf's story. He is the one I am most intrigued about although I truly cherish each character you have written about so far. You truly have a 'gift' for making your characters come alive and for making each story interesting and hard to 'walk away from'. I'm sure Morgans and Alleyn's stories will be just as memorable.......but.......... Wulf's story CAN'T come out soon enough for me (ha ha ha ha). I am hoping and praying that his story will portray him being a bit more sardonic, a bit more of a 'calculating rogue' for I really think he has it in him. I love the stories of 'old'.....the forceful, manipulating (almost selfish) "I will have her at all costs" type of characters and for some reason Wulf sure seems to have it in him even though he is caring and loving for his family. I would suspect it would take a very un-usual woman to get beneath Wulf's seemingly calm exterior and he could sure use a 'thorn' to *** his thick aristocratic hide! :-) I'm sure whatever you do will be perfect and I THANK YOU for the countless hours of entertainment and LOVE you have brought into my life with your beautiful, romantic heart and talents. GOD BLESS YOU MARY BALOGH!! Love and Light Martha (Marti) DelVecchio


Name: Carolyn Rivett
E-Mail: ctrivett@hotmail.com
City/State: Newhall, California
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jul 26 22:33:36 2003
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I would love to read more of your earlier books, but having a difficult time finding them. Is there any chance that there will be reprints of some of the Regency books in the near future.


Name: Elena
E-Mail: Angelina_@list.ru
City/State: Moskow
Country: Russia
Date: Sat Jul 26 04:27:28 2003
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Hello from Moscow!!!! I love you and your books! ( , , ...) ( :) ...)


Name: penny renald
E-Mail: pyoung@kitv.com
City/State: San Jose, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jul 26 00:25:42 2003
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Dear Mary, I was not originally too enthused to read Freyja's story, but bought your book anyway to keep up to date with the other Bedwyns. This is your best yet! You took a fairly unlikable character (even the villain in a Summer to Remember) and made her human, noble and beautiful. Your dialogue and character interaction are superb! And I love the fact that the Bedwyns and their loves are faithful and not tainted with infidelities and a flock of bastard children. I guess the pressure's on with Wulf's story since everyone seems to have an idea of the woman he deserves. Please don't let it be his mistress. He deserves more than a doormat. I know some of your readers would like him to follow the lead of Aidan and Rannalf and marry below his title, but I think the only woman who could put him in his place would be someone ABOVE his station.


Name: Tammy Sanderson
E-Mail: tls@eohio.net
City/State: Carrollton, Ohio
Country: US
Date: Fri Jul 25 20:34:07 2003
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Like everyone else I am so impatiently anticipating Wulf's story and can't wait to see what his perfect match will be like.. As others mentioned here in their emails, I have read and read again all of your books that I have been able to collect.


Name: Kalee Rigney
E-Mail: Dcheerchic03@aol.com
City/State: Indianapolis,Indiana
Country: U.S.
Date: Fri Jul 25 19:34:17 2003
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HI Mrs.Snider, My grandmother is all into quilting and all that good stuff!! She has been wanting your book called Freyed Quilts Denim and Flannel. I was liking to know where i might be able to buy it!! Weather is is online or at a book store in the Indianapolis area. So if you could please write me back and tell me it would make my day! Thanks so much!! Kalee Rigney


Name: Hania
E-Mail: irica_67@yahoo.com
City/State: Alhambra, CA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jul 25 14:37:54 2003
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I love ready Historical Romance books and I *blindly* purchase books of 3 other authors, YOU are now in that group. I LOVE the Slightly series and so far I read 5 of your books. I am looking forward to reading all your books and desperately waiting for the other 3 Slightly books. THANK YOU!!


Name: Peg Goatley
E-Mail: dearpeg39@juno.com
City/State: Park Forest,Illinois
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jul 25 14:00:07 2003
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LOve your books---am attempting to read them all.Just finished the ''Bedwyn'' series,and delighted that you plan to continue---especially looking forward to ''Wulfric's'' story---he has hidden depths. Keep on using your talent--Peg G.


Name: Agnes McCourt
E-Mail: agnes@pathcom.com
City/State: Toronto
Country: Canada
Date: Thu Jul 24 11:54:13 2003
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Love your writing style and storylines! I can hardly wait for your upcoming books. Thank you again for the great pleasure you provide in your writings. Agnes


Name: SHEILA EITNIEAR
E-Mail: ANTIQUECRAFTS@AOL.COM
City/State: SWANTON, OHIO
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jul 24 06:43:13 2003
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I WOULD LIKE YOU TO ADD MY NAME TO ANY LIST YOU HAVE THAT LETS ME KNOW WHEN YOUR NEXT BOOK OR BOOK COME OUT. THANKS


Name: Lynda Horkey
E-Mail: jhorkey@zoominternet.net
City/State: Medina, OH
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 23 17:22:12 2003
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I enjoy your books and Share them with many friends. We are new so we have many to read! keep writing we read fast! THANKS!


Name: Juli Temple
E-Mail: jtemple@mercydesmoines.org
City/State: Urbandale, Iowa
Country:
Date: Wed Jul 23 16:21:32 2003
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I love all of your book! I have to wait patiently until your next one comes out!


Name: Bettijune Fanning
E-Mail: BettijuneFanning@aol.com
City/State: Phoenix, Arizona
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 23 14:33:54 2003
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I just discovered you! I picked up one of the "Slightly" books and loved it. Now I have galloped through all of the "Slightly" books, plus the others. Found your Internet address, and was delighted to see the next two books in the same venule are scheduled...BUT, the most intriguing person in the stories has been Wulfric and I shall be waiting on pins and needles to see what you have conjured up for a love interest. I have speculated, vacillating from "meek and mild" to "strong and abrasive." Oh, Ms. Balogh how can you make me wait.....just a tiny hint, please? (60 and Retired in Arizona)


Name: La-Tunya Flowers
E-Mail: mkladee@bellsouth.net
City/State: Birmingham, AL
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 23 13:59:18 2003
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I AM HOOKED. I started with slightly scandalous then backtraked to the stories of Aidan and Ralf. I have yet to find a summer to remember. I am waiting breathlessly for the remaining three stories. Especially the one that will bring the proud Duke of Bewcastle to his knees. I can just imagine what the young lady will do to cause him to raise his voice. Just my luck though he will be the last one because he was such an integral part of everyone's lives. The softy underneath the outer shell of cold hard stone. Wow. I have done a lot of laughing and a little crying during the reading of these books. You have made the people int these books more than just a character. They are alive. Thank you for the most enjoyable reads.


Name: Jackie Nelson
E-Mail: jaenel2001@yahoo.com
City/State: Beeville, TX
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 23 11:59:15 2003
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Thank you so much for creating the Bedwyn's. I have truelly enjoyed reading about them and was disapointed when the book was over. I have eagerly waited each month for the next story. I am only disapointed that I have to wait until next year to read the other bedwyn's stories..once again thank you...


Name: Linda Barach
E-Mail: lindabarach10@yahoo.com
City/State: 30109 Gladstone Street, F'ton Hills, MI 48334
Country: oakland
Date: Wed Jul 23 11:44:26 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I would be very interested in buying your copy of "Thief of Dreams" in large print. Please give me details on how to obtain it. Thank you, Linda Barach


Name: Linda Barach
E-Mail: lindabarach10@yahoo.com
City/State: Farmington Hills, Michigan
Country: Oakland
Date: Tue Jul 22 17:20:53 2003
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I have had a problem getting one of your older books called "Thief of Dreams". I tried your publisher, but they said it was not available. Do you have any suggestions? Thank you, Linda Barach


Name: Linda Barach
E-Mail: lindabarach10@yahoo.com
City/State: Farmington Hills, MI 48334
Country: Oakland
Date: Tue Jul 22 17:11:54 2003
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I cannot seem to get one of your books called "Thief of Dreams". I have tried through your publisher, but they say it is no longer available. Is there anything you can suggest? Thank you, Linda Barach


Name: Marlene Sella
E-Mail: josephsella@hotmail.com
City/State: Punta Gorda, Florida
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Tue Jul 22 12:38:47 2003
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I have kept every book you have ever written and would not part with any of them. I even havre Desire after Dark. I anticipate your books and, even if I am reading another book - as soon as yours is is my hands, I read it. You have been my favorite author since I first read you. Thank you for giving me so much reading enjoyment. Please publish faster. Your new series about the Bedwyns is very good and I anticipate reading about Wulfric - he's so sexy. There is no way I could tell you what my favorite is - More than a Mistress - no The first snow drop - no I have no favorites - they are all terrific. Every once in a while I read them all and have an "orgy" of Mary Balogh.


Name: judy
E-Mail: missinglink3@msn.com
City/State: LONG BEACH, CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jul 22 01:27:30 2003
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THANK YOU MARY, I'VE BEEN READING YOUR BOOKS FOR A LONG TIME. I HAVEN'T READ ALL OF THEM BUT THE ONES I'VE READ I ENJOYED. I'AM VERY GLAD YOU ARE CONTINUING THE SLIGHTLY SEIRES. THEY ARE GREAT! CAN'T WAIT FOR MORGAN'S, ALLEYNE AND WULF'S STORIES. HOPE YOU LET US KNOW WHAT HAPPENS TO;CHASTITY,SYDNAM. THANKS AGAIN....JUDY


Name: SIOBHAN SELLERS
E-Mail: siobhansellers@hotmail.com
City/State: Baton Rouge,Louisiana
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 21 21:43:02 2003
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Dear Mary Balogh, I just finished Aidan-Rannulf-Freyja books in that order. I love the the Bedwyns. Please hurry with Wulf's story. I just finished Freyja's story. I laughed,cried and felt wonderful after reading her story. I just happen to pick up your book on Aidan's story while shopping at Sam's. This has been my first book that I have read of yours. However,after I finished reading it I ran to the book store to find other books that you have written. I just want to thank you. I throughly enjoyed the books. Best Wishes.....Siobhan Sellers


Name: R. Shafer
E-Mail: rrshafer2000@yahoo.com
City/State: Milwaukee, WI
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 21 14:43:07 2003
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Just finished "Slightly Married" and now have to find the previous 2 books. Looking forward to the continuing story of the Bedwyn family.


Name: Linda Barach
E-Mail: lindabarach10@yahoo.com
City/State: Farmington Hills, Michigan 48334
Country: Oakland
Date: Mon Jul 21 09:25:40 2003
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How can I get one of your older books the title is Thief of Dreams? Can I order it from your publisher? If so, please give me the address and phone number? Thank you, Linda A. Barach (248-855-9368)


Name: Patricia Dreyer
E-Mail: patdreyer@t-online.de
City/State: Hamburg
Country: Germany
Date: Mon Jul 21 08:46:41 2003
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Dear Mary Balogh, Ive been an avid reader of your novels (all of them!) for a few years now. Your storytelling is simply marvellous! Thank you for creating such wonderful characters and plots. Ive just finished Freyjas story and am now, of course, consumed with curiosity as to what will happen to Morgan. I hope she will be paired with Kit Butlers brother, Sydnam. And will the mysterious governess Miss Martin from Slighty Scandalous reappear? But I guess I will just have to be patient and wait and see, wont I? best wishes, patricia


Name: Phyllis Whitehurst
E-Mail: twenty4onboard@juno.com
City/State: Chesapeake, VA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 21 07:03:37 2003
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Mary, I have really enjoyed your books! I all of them at one time and read them in a week--I could not put them down. I am a big Julie Garwood fan but since she has gotten away from historical romance, I have been looking for someone else to read and you have filled the void. I can't wait until the rest of the series! I think this is the first time in all of the books that I have read (and I read a lot) that I have been in love with one of it's characters--Wulfric. Great job! Keep up the good work and thank you. Phyllis


Name: MaryJean
E-Mail: Wampmj@aol.com
City/State: North Cape May, NJ
Country: US
Date: Sun Jul 20 22:15:45 2003
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Just finished Slightly Married and Slightly Wicked. Almost done Slightly Scandalous. I simply could not put these books down and cannot wait for the other stories in early 2004. It will be interesting to meet Wulf's perfect mate.


Name: Bonnie Snider
E-Mail: catlovr@butter.toast.net
City/State: Charleston, WV
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jul 20 16:22:06 2003
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I am a new reader to your books but am now definitely a fan. Just finished More Than A Mistress and No Man's Mistress. My favorites. But I must confess that I eagerly await Wulfric's story and the woman who will awaken his soul. Thank you so much for your writing. Sincerely, Bonnie Snider


Name: Julia Sanders
E-Mail: psanders@indy.rr.com
City/State: indianapolis, IN
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jul 19 22:36:11 2003
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Dear Mary, I am a long-time fan of yours. Like you, I was a high school English teacher, but I quit to stay home with my children. Anyway, I just finished Freyja's story and absolutely loved it. She is a wonderful heroine--strong, bold -- a most believable character. I cannot wait to read Morgan and Wulf's books. Will Sydnam be back?


Name: julia Sanders
E-Mail: psanders@indy.rr.com
City/State: Brownsburg, IN
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jul 19 22:32:38 2003
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Dear Mary,


Name: julia Sanders
E-Mail: psanders@indy.rr.com
City/State: Brownsburg, IN
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jul 19 22:32:37 2003
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Dear Mary,


Name: Kendall Muijres
E-Mail: Rowdie031@aol.com
City/State: Boulder City, Nevada
Country: United States
Date: Sat Jul 19 21:25:00 2003
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I love your Bedwyn Family series, starting with A Summer to Remember. i can't wit for Wulf to have his own story. I just finished No Man's Mistress, it was great too-i want a guy to follow me around like that even if I didn't want him to! How romantic! Keep up the good work!!! Thank you. Kendall


Name: tanys kush
E-Mail: kushm@monarch.net
City/State: medicine hat
Country: Canada
Date: Sat Jul 19 21:17:39 2003
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Thank you for your great books! A friend picked "Slightly Married" for our book club, and since I've found 8 more to read. It is very hard to find your older books here, it's nice to find this list to work from!


Name: nancy mejias
E-Mail: yumaqueennan@adelphia.net
City/State: yuma, az.
Country: united states of america
Date: Sat Jul 19 10:50:35 2003
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I would like to tell u i bought 3 of ur books the last three. they were so good I had a hard time butting them down. I had hand surgery. so it was hard but i love it. would like to know what will happen joshua counsin now that her sister are married. will u have a story abouther i sure hope so . thank you nancy mejias


Name: Sandy Castle
E-Mail: SandyCas@aol.com
City/State: Glen Burnie, Maryland
Country: United States
Date: Sat Jul 19 09:59:12 2003
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I love your writing!!! If your name is on the cover, I buy it!!! I even have my girlfriend hooked!!! We can't wait for the future Bedwyn stories. They are fantastic!!! Thank you for sharing your wonderful gift with us!


Name: Vivian Ogino
E-Mail: brettski@cablelan.net
City/State: Sicamous, BC
Country: Canada
Date: Sat Jul 19 00:08:19 2003
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Dear Mary, The first book written by you that I read was "One Night for Love" and have since read each of the following books in the series. They are great! I think the characters are portrayed very well and you make them come alive for us readers. My favourite is Wulfric's story, but I am now searching back over your Regency books and am delighted with those stories as well. As you have written so many I have alot to look forward to. I was wondering when you came to Canada, land of mountains and seas? Of course as it is my homeland I am rather partial to Canada and feel that you must be very happy to have emigrated here. I have been to Wales only once, but I very much enjoyed my visit and would love a return trip. Thank you for the wonderful books you've written so far and I look forward to many happy hours of reading the many books to come. Vivian


Name: Jalayne M. Conk
E-Mail: Jalmarg@aol.com
City/State: South Bend, Indiana
Country:
Date: Fri Jul 18 21:02:11 2003
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Like everyone else, I am waiting for Wulfric's story. The perfect woman for him too love and be loved by, would be a free-spirited and independant American. I can almost see the sparks that such a couple would ignite. Thank You for giving me many hours of great story telling. Jalayne


Name: Jacqueline McVay
E-Mail: jacqueline.mcvay@vistahealthplan.com
City/State: Tallahassee, FL
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jul 18 11:12:15 2003
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I met you in More Than a Mistress; superb book. Went hunting for more. I actually liked LONGING the BEST of all your books thus far. Second is Truly. You have great sense of place, history and character development, probably because you were raised there. I taught high school English language and literature for 20 years--LONGING is your best writing. Never started reading romances till I retired, and am enjoying the relaxing read I get. Although I am picky. The writing has to be of SOME quality. I also liked Tangled. I wish more romance authors would attempt the Victorian era. The so-called "supressed sexuality" could set up for tremendous sexual and romantic tension of a different type than the Regency period. Your Bewcastle series has been excellent too. Must be hard to sustain, but you have done the job. Dying to read Wulfric's story. Please ask your publisher to consider republishing LONGING if possible. With a bigger fan base at this point in your career, it might have a better reception. Heartless of very good too. Best wishes and happy writing!


Name: silvia
E-Mail: SIlviaTino@aol.com
City/State: san jose,ca
Country: usa
Date: Thu Jul 17 18:24:48 2003
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Cant wait untill the oldest brothers story!


Name: Maza
E-Mail: Maza__@hotmail.com
City/State: Califonia
Country: U.S
Date: Thu Jul 17 18:04:24 2003
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I just finished slightly wicked and I must say I enjoyed it very much. What really made me most intrigued was the oldest brother Wulfric. I can't wait to see what kind of woman he ends up with. I'm waiting on pins and needles for his story. Thank you for a great read! Maza


Name: sandy haber
E-Mail: sandyhaber@yahoo.com
City/State: boxborough, ma
Country: usa
Date: Thu Jul 17 15:26:47 2003
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My teen-age daughter was just saying last night that she was hoping there'd be more to the "slightly" series -- I will be very happy to inform her that we just have to wait till next year to see the rest of the family! And it will be very much fun to watch Wulfric fall!!


Name: Tia Glasco
E-Mail: tjglasco@aol.com
City/State: Sweeny,Texas
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 16 22:27:41 2003
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I can't wait to read Morgan's & Alleyne's story. I really , really can't wait to get my hands on Wulfric's story. There was just something about his character. I know it will be just as good as the others. Thank You, Tia


Name: Amelia
E-Mail: ladyameliawriter@yahoo.com
City/State: Michigan
Country:
Date: Wed Jul 16 18:34:40 2003
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Romance writers are so predictable - and that's partly why I love your books. I just finished reading A Summer to Remember and I knew that you couldn't pass up the chance to give them stories of their own. At least, I sincerely hoped that you couldn't. So I visited your website and am quite excited to discover that not only could you not resist but that three of the books are already written. Thanks!


Name: ishaq ahmed
E-Mail: naspiero@yahoo.com
City/State: accra
Country: Ghana
Date: Wed Jul 16 06:59:49 2003
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dear sir\madam i,m a youg ghanian student who wants to join in any coming conference in the united state. i hope my letter will be favourable onsidered.all the best of luk.


Name: Nikki McGlamery
E-Mail: themcglamerys@msn.com
City/State: Grayson, GA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jul 15 20:15:42 2003
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I can't wait to read Wulf Bedwyn's story. My suspicion is the former governess Miss Martin could be the woman for him. Thanks for keeping me so well entertained over the years.


Name: Heather Croft
E-Mail: h-croft@shaw.ca
City/State: Victoria, B.C.
Country: Canada
Date: Mon Jul 14 17:35:40 2003
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This is just a quick note to let you know I have just discovered your books. Very, very enjoyable and look forward to many happy hours of reading in the future. Thank you. Yours sincerely, Heather Croft


Name: dierdre watkins
E-Mail: dwatkins@duncanvilleisd.org
City/State: dallas, texas
Country: united states
Date: Mon Jul 14 13:54:38 2003
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I can honestly say that I have been a loyal reader since 1993, when I first read "Dancing with Clara". I was hooked then, and I am still hooked. I grew up reading in high school Georgette Heyer's books, and I hold you in her catagory. You have brought me great joy in these eleven years. I have taken you along in my single years, when I was stressed being a new mother and when I was stressed with a new job and a mouthy twelve year old daughter! Through good times, poor times, no job, good jobs, your books have always been there for me. I know many people do not truly appreciate the regency period, but I do, and I am a "modern African American woman." However, no matter my race and culture, I have always enjoyed you taking me back to a girl's first ball, first waltz, first kiss. Reading your books, such as "dancing with clara", precious jewel, the "web series" tempting harriet, "notorious rake" and now your "slightly" series have been my true joys in life. I was so proud when you went to hardback with your mistress series, and I hope you continue to write after your Bedwyns! Many authors are turning to contemporary, like Joan Wolf, but I hope Ms. Balogh that you contine to write your regencies. We need them, and we need you. As readers, we can always pick up a contemporary romance, or turn on the t.v. for one, or rent a video. However, no one can bring to life that regency period like you can. And when I come home from a rough day at work, and I still havent made dinner, and the kid's need help with homework, and my husband is waiting for his "turn" it is sooooooo comforting to pick up one of your books, when everything is done, and the children and husband are "tucked in", then it's my turn. And I pick you up and you take me on a glorious trip to London, and I am in Hyde Park strolling with all the beau mode, or I am waiting patiently for that handsome, rake to walk over and take my hand for a waltz, or just getting refreshment at Gunthers! I love your trips, plots, weddings and births "gift of daisies" remember that book? I remember them all! Thank you, thank you, please never forget that we readers appreciate those trips you take us on. I may never go to England, and I will never have a comeout at Almacks, but I can and I did with you. With much thanks, Dierdre Watkins Dallas, Texas


Name: Maggie Courbin
E-Mail: Keenreader@aol.com
City/State: Monroeville/Pennsylvania
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Mon Jul 14 12:53:19 2003
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In mid June of this year (2003) I was introduced to your books. Since that time I have read everything I could get my hands on. I now believe I own everything that you have written. I do that with authors I really enjoy. I can't wait to read about Morgan, Alleyne, and especially Wulfric. He caught my heart when I read about him in "Slightly Married." Can't wait to see him discover he has a heart. I would also like to know if there is a book that follows "Heartless" that tell of "Emily" and "Ashley" and of course "Doris"? See, I told you I love your books.


Name: Theresa
E-Mail: dooleybish@aol.com
City/State: Chesapeake Beach, Maryland
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 14 11:52:42 2003
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I just wanted to let you know how much I have enjoyed reading the "Slightly...." series. Such strong characters. Your talent in bringing the characters to life, as well as the knowledge of that particular time period is awesome. I am looking forward to the next two books regarding the younger siblings. However, I can't wait for your story about Wulfric!!!!


Name: Debbie
E-Mail: mcdabble@hotmail.com
City/State: Glen Park, NY
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jul 13 22:50:31 2003
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Dear Mary, Will you be writing Gwen's story? I recall that you mentioned the possibility on your website when Neville and Lily's book came out. You had definitely said that Lauren and Gwen's stories would follow. I look forward to reading the Bedwyn series.


Name: Becky
E-Mail: mamamia1345@aol.com
City/State: Denham Springs, Louisiana 70706
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jul 13 19:22:42 2003
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You are one of my favorite authors; I have several of your older novels in a special place with a ribbon around them. Loved Silent Melody (cried most of book, but very moving story), Heartless, One Night for Love. Glad you are writing Morgan and Alleyne's story; Alleyne reminds me of Ashley in Silent Melody, prior to his traumatic marriage to first wife. Congrats on the RITA nomination and hope you win!


Name: Linda Stoddard
E-Mail: pankie625@aol.com
City/State: Beachwood, New Jersey
Country: United States
Date: Sun Jul 13 11:23:07 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh - While I have read and loved all your books, I must tell you this newest series - I also include A Summer To Remember - is outstanding! I'm now reading Slightly Scandalous and am dragging out the reading, because I love the characters so much and hate to see the story end. The entire Bedwyn family are all wonderful and I know I will reread these books over and over again. You really get better with every book you write. And I hope that will go on for a long, long time. Sincerely, Linda Stoddard


Name: theresa heropoulos
E-Mail: heropoulos@aol.com
City/State: east longmeadow, MA
Country: usa
Date: Sun Jul 13 06:45:10 2003
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Dear Mary, I just discovered your series about the Bedwins and I fell in love with all the stories. I'm anxiously waiting for the next two books. Most of all I am extatic your writin Wulfric's story!!!!I can't wait!!


Name: Karen Lewandowski
E-Mail: kerilu1@aol.com
City/State: Joliet, IL
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jul 12 19:12:18 2003
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Mary, While reading the "Slightly" series, I as anxiously waiting to hear more about Wulf. Getting little glimpses of him throughout his family's stories makes waiting that much harder. I can't wait to hear what's next. Karen Lewandowski


Name: Mary Markuski
E-Mail: scvampp@aol.com
City/State: Davidsonville, Maryland 21035
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jul 12 16:26:23 2003
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Mary, Just finished Slightly Scandalous. Loved it as I have all of your other books. I was so glad to see on this web site that you are following up on the rest of the family. Can't wait to read Woulf's story. Please keep me informed of further novels. I only wish there were a picture of them on each book. I read about twenty books a month, but yours are the greatest. In order to read so much I had to give up certain things, like housework,etc.But not to worry I can still find my way through the mess to the book stores. Much happiness to you as you bring so much to your readers. Mary Markuski


Name: Phil Tukia
E-Mail: p_tukia@yahoo.com
City/State: Los Angeles
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jul 12 14:17:46 2003
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Your latest Bedwyn book about Freyja was your best so far. I was beginning to get frustrated with the altogether "proper" attitudes of the characters - refusing to accept love as if it was below their station in life. Freyja and Josh were somewhat doing the same thing, but then your ending was a wonderful surprise. Josh Moore was willing to throw off the facade and more easily accept that he was in love. Also, your portrayal of Josh as a nice and personable man instead of a stuffy and distant peer made it much more palatable to see his subjects come to his rescue. Finally, besides the romance, Free's book adds a taste of justice on legal and moral levels. Nice additions. Keep up the great work Mary. Thanks for the entertainment. P.S. - Like your other fans, I look forward to Wulf's story, but I'm glad that Morgan is next. I think I'm already in love with her if she is supposed to be as pretty as Lauren Edgewood.


Name: Nancy Cox
E-Mail: sweetpea1472002@yahoo.com
City/State: Marble Falls
Country: Texas
Date: Sat Jul 12 11:06:59 2003
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DEAR MARY, I'VE READ THE FIRST FOUR BOOKS ABOUT THE BEDWYNS AND I LOVE THEM . JUST FINISHED READING ABOUT FREYA'S STORY. I CANNOT WAIT TO READ ABOUT MORGAN AND ALLEN, BUT THE ONE I WANT TO READ THE MOST ABOUT IS WULF'S STORY. THE LADY WHO CAPTURES WULF'S EYE IS GOING TO HAVE TO A VERY STRONG WOMAN IN HER ON RIGHT AND WHO HAS ENOUGH PATIENCE TO CRACK HIS COLD DEMEANOR. THANKS FOR WRITING GREAT STORIES. NANCY COX


Name: Belinda Crockett
E-Mail: bjjcrockett@aol.com
City/State: Baltimore, MD
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jul 11 17:18:18 2003
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love your books


Name: Linda Goolsby
E-Mail: lgool@trib.com
City/State: Rawlins, Wyoming
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jul 11 15:47:07 2003
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I believe that I own almost every book you have ever written....have been a fan forever, it seems. Must tell you that your current series is delightful...am most curious as to how you will deal with Wulfric....of course I have considered over and over and am trying to guess how you will resolve his apparent god-like self with any mere mortal female. Your talent is wonderful, thank you for the hundreds of hours of reading pleasure you have given me over the years. LG


Name: Tenshi
E-Mail: jaychassadie@earthlink.net
City/State: Panama City, FL
Country: United States
Date: Fri Jul 11 11:34:40 2003
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I've just finish reading " Slightly Married" I have to say that it is a very great book. The first time that I see the book and read on the back of the book I thought it was kind of boring because I don't like reading about wars because it usually messed me up with the information, but when I went back and bought the book so that I could have the entire collection of "SLIGHTLY" I started reading it and well, it's a great book like all the SLIGHTLY books that I've read. I can't wait for Morgan's story "Slightly Tempted", but especially WULFIC's story .Thank you for making my day worthwhile .


Name: Kathy Murray
E-Mail: kmurray1@woh.rr.com
City/State: Dayton, Ohio
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jul 11 11:26:03 2003
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I just finished reading Freyja's story and I absolutely loved it! As I was reading it, I could hardly wait to see what would happen next with Morgan and Alleyne. And, I was thinking that you absolutely MUST write a story about Wulfric. He is just crying out for a good woman in his life so he can become a truly warm man and leave his mistress behind. I was so very pleased to find out that Morgan's and Alleyne's stories are already done and waiting to be published and that you are working on Wulf's story! Thank you, thank you, thank you. You make the characters ring so true to themselves throughout your books and there is always a good plot with the romance.


Name: Carolyn T Kelly
E-Mail: carolyntkelly@hotmail.com
City/State: Barstow, CA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jul 11 09:57:13 2003
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I bought orginally bought "Slighty Wicked" and noticed it all started with "One night for love", so I went on line, found all the books and had to buy them. (My sister and I hate reading things out of order!) Now that I am almost through with Freyja story, I had to check out your web site to see if you were going to write about the last of the Bedwyns! Especially about Wulfic! It's going to be a long wait until next year to finally see what happens next! My Mother is not starting the books! You have 3 new fans! Thank you! Carolyn Kelly


Name: Meghan Diehl
E-Mail: miracle_bubbles@hotmail.com
City/State: Toronto, Ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Fri Jul 11 08:34:25 2003
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Love the stories


Name: Doreen Foong
E-Mail: hudor@sprint.ca
City/State: Toronto
Country: Canada
Date: Thu Jul 10 10:49:25 2003
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Hi Mary, I am your big fan, I LOVE LOVE LOVE your books, especially "More than a Mistress"!!!!! Brilliant writing and very moving. I have been buying as many of your books as I could find in the bookstores, can't wait to read everyone. I am a published erotic romance writer and have works published by Playgirl magazines and my anthology and novels will be released end of this year. I have been very active in organizing erotic romance workshops and guest speaker for the Romantic Times convention for the past few years and regular radio guest here in Toronto. I would be honored if you would agree to an online interview for my website, www.brazenheroine.com. My site is dedicated to romance and erotica and is very popular with both women and men worldwide. I didn't expect men enjoying hot romance! Many of my fans raved about your books and so I would be thrilled to interview you. On my site, I have featured my short stories, reviews, articles and a gallery of gorgeous romance cover models whom I have given the title, Fantasy hunk of the month and Fantasy lady of the season. I am thrilled that you live in Canada too. Hope to hear from you. Doreen Foong President & Editor of Brazen Heroine www.brazenheroine.com brazenheroine@hotmail.com personal email: hudor@sprint.ca


Name: Barbs Ferris
E-Mail: Barbs1950@aol.com
City/State: Sacramento, CA
Country: US
Date: Thu Jul 10 10:38:54 2003
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Just finished A SUMMER TO REMEMBER and the SLIGHTLY books. I love them! What wonderful characters you have created. At the moment Freyja is my most fave, of course I just finished SS. I hate to say it but your only other book I've read is SILENT MELODY which I fell in love too. I guess I'll just have to go look for as much of your backlist as I can find. Thanks for the great books!


Name: Katherine D. Jones
E-Mail: writeme@katherinedjones.com
City/State: Columbia, MD
Country: US
Date: Thu Jul 10 09:53:12 2003
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Dear Mary, I have fallen in love with your books! To date I have read A Summer to Remember, Slightly Married, Slightly Wicked, and Slightly Scandalous, all of which I would love for you to sign. Keep up the magnificent work! I look forward to reading more about those headstrong Bedwyns.


Name: Pat
E-Mail: pmellert@cs.com
City/State: Naperville, Illinois
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jul 10 01:52:50 2003
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Enjoyed Slightly Married very much.


Name: grace
E-Mail: gbulan412@netzero.com
City/State: san francisco, ca
Country: usa
Date: Thu Jul 10 00:10:17 2003
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My first Mary Balogh book was "More Than a Mistress". From that moment on, I've been a fan. So, I've tried to read your past books, as well as your recent releases, as much as I can. Your characters are always memorable. I just finished "Slightly Married" and I'm looking forward to reading the following series. I'm sure Wulfric's story will be worth the wait. So keep writing those wonderful stories.


Name: Pat Rorrer
E-Mail: prorr@adelphia.net
City/State: Lynchburg, VA 24502
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 9 23:30:28 2003
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I look forward to each new book that you write. I have been a fan of yours for years. The most recent series you have written beginning with A SUMMER TO REMEMBER is wonderful and I look forward to each book. You are definitely one of my most favorite authors.


Name: Molly
E-Mail: mizzmazz5@hotmail.com
City/State: Upper St. Clair, PA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jul 8 12:46:13 2003
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Mary, I came on your website to see if would be writing more about the family in your Slightly... series. I absolutely fell in love with all the characters in your book. My mother and I both read them, and were wondering if you would write about Allyene, Morgan, and mostly Wulf. I am so HAPPY that you are, and absolutely cannot wait to read them. You are now one of my favorite authors, along with Julie Garwood and Jane Feather. You all bring a life to your books that keeps me up all night reading and wondering whats happening next in the life of your exquisite characters. Thank you so much for such great reading. :) I am very intrigued to see what type of woman Wulf will end up with...I just can't wait!


Name: Lilian
E-Mail: LNE9734078@aol.com
City/State: Richmond, B.C.
Country: Canada
Date: Tue Jul 8 02:10:49 2003
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Dear Mary, I have read all your books that I am able to find and have enjoyed them tremendously. The only thing that bothers me is that you keep tantalizing the reader (me) with Wulfric, Lord Bewcastle (sp?) and I am fascinated with his character and can't wait to read the book that I just know you are going to write about him. Please don't make us (me) wait too long. I just know that that book is going to be beyond excellent. Thank-you for many hours of wonderful reading. I shall continue to look for your books with great anticipation of future enjoyment. Appreciatively, Lilian


Name: Peggy
E-Mail: mamina54@aol.com
City/State: Mohegan Lake, NY
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 7 20:28:58 2003
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Wow...you are truly a gifted writer. I've worked my way through the Bedwyn saga and loved them all. Can't wait for the next three..especially Wulfric's story. Really also enjoyed "No Man's Mistress" and "More Than a Mistress." I've been reading your books for years and you just seem to get better...Thanks for caring.


Name: Rebecca Pena
E-Mail: romread@txcr.net
City/State: Victoria, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 7 20:24:52 2003
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Love EVERYTHING you write. Thanks so much for all the memorable characters and the wonderful hours I spend reading about them. Please keep them coming!!!


Name: Sue
E-Mail: sued@bluyonder.co.uk
City/State: Bristol
Country: uk
Date: Mon Jul 7 18:05:04 2003
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Mary I would just like to say i throughly enjoyed reading Slightly Scandalous it lived up to my expectations and more Josh was the perfect person for Free and i really liked how you developed there relationship and the gradual falling in love also the plot was very entertaining. I realise from reading some of the previous emails on your yahoo site that not everyone warmed to free.I also didn't like her but by the end of the book i changed my mind. i feel each of the slightly books have got stronger as you have progressed and look forward to reading the rest thanks Sue


Name: Sarah Nagle
E-Mail: naglesl@earthlink.net
City/State: Chaska, MN
Country: 55318
Date: Mon Jul 7 16:52:25 2003
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So glad you've come back to the Regency period! Have you ever gien a thought to reissuing your earlier Regencies? I would like to reread some and they are difficult to find - and, if they can be found, they are expensive! Carla Kelly has been reissuing some of hers . . . thanks!


Name: Judy Leger
E-Mail: jleger@mail.mcneese.edu
City/State: Lake Charles, Louisiana
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 7 15:29:15 2003
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I just had to sign this book and let you know how much I enjoy reading your novels. I have just finished the first set in the Bedwyn series and I told a friend of mine yesterday that I hope you were planning on writing about the other siblings. I was so happy to see that you have already started. Honestly, I can't wait to read Wulf's story. He has captured my attention in A Summer to Remember and the first three of this series. Keep them coming because if anything you will always have a devoted reader in this Louisiana girl.


Name: Linda Madlung
E-Mail: lmadlung@hotmail.com
City/State: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jul 7 11:06:21 2003
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The Bedwyn Saga is gripping. I'm so glad that there are six of them to hear about. I have read both Slightly Married and Slightly Wicked twice--once quickly, then again slowly to savor what I know is coming. I can hardly wait to see what kind of women pierces Wulf's defenses. From the looks of the guest book, I'm not the only one who has become enamored of your icy duke. I love your talent at creating such vibrant, well defined characters so the reader is convinced that they really exist. The clearly drawn supporting cast also enhance that reality of the main characters and of the story. Do you plan to write about Aiden's and Eve's children? What about Ned Bateman? He is only talked about but I can imagine that he has quite a story to tell. What about Judith's sisters? What about the return of Bramwell in 10 or 15 years? Or will you be tired of inhabiting this family by the time you are finished with number six? Thanks for the wonderful stories. Linda Madlung


Name: Colleen L. Messenger
E-Mail: clmessenger@earthlink.net
City/State: Glen Allen, VA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jul 6 21:46:43 2003
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I just finished reading Slightly Scandalous and really enjoyed it. I ignored my husband for most of the day, so he can attest to my enjoyment! I love all of the Bedwyn stories, but find myself most anxious to read Wulf's story. In each book he becomes more of a sympathetic character, I want to see him meet his match. Thanks for a great series of books.


Name: Sandra Giesey
E-Mail: skgiesey@earhlink.net
City/State: Defiance, OH
Country:
Date: Sat Jul 5 20:53:50 2003
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Just finished "Slighly Scandalous". Enjoyed it as well as the first two in the series. In fact have enjoyed your writing for long time. Logged onto your web site to see if and when you were writing about the rest of the Bedwyns. Glad to see we are going to get to read about Morgan and Alleyne, but I'm really anxious to read Wulf's story. Looking foward to it. Thank you!


Name: alice
E-Mail: sumill@imt.net
City/State: bozeman, montana
Country: usa
Date: Sat Jul 5 02:53:34 2003
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I see that the pressure is on with a story of Wulfric- certainly one of the more mysterious and darker characters you have created. I await like all the others with baited breath for his story! I am also curious about Gwen-Lady Muir and would be very pleased to see her story included in these sagas.


Name: Becky Mosca
E-Mail: bmosca@earthlink.net
City/State: Charlottesville, Va. 22901
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jul 3 13:39:17 2003
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I love all of your books but the best so far have been with Wulfric and his family. I can't wait to read about Wulfric finally meeting his match. Do you have any more family series in the works. The characters really come alive in that format. Sincerely, Becky Mosca


Name: Ruth Reynolds
E-Mail: ScreamMachine38 @cs.com
City/State: Staunton,IN 47881
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 2 18:21:08 2003
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I would like to have a back list and a future books list. Also any other information you have about your books. I like your books alot. Sincerely , Ruth Reynolds


Name: Carol Harris
E-Mail: carol.harris.jwrx@statefarm.com
City/State: Pembroke Pines, Florida
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jul 2 16:41:20 2003
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I was looking up your web site today because I have just finished Freja's story. I was anxious to find out if you were continuing with the other siblings. When to my surprise I see your are working on Wulfric (I think he is going to be my favorite, yours too? I look forward to Morgan and Alleyne.


Name: heather
E-Mail: heather_11186@hotmail.com
City/State: Jacksonville, Florida
Country: United States
Date: Wed Jul 2 03:15:30 2003
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I just wanted you to know that I love your books! The Scandalous series is my favorite and I can't wait for Wulfric's story! Please take your time with his book and make it wonderful, but not too long please! I'll be waiting and looking for it impatiently until then!


Name: Peggy S. Mitchell
E-Mail: peggysmitchell@yahoo.ca
City/State: Edmonton, Alberta
Country: Canada
Date: Tue Jul 1 21:37:31 2003
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Hello, I've recently had your books recommended to me to my delight. I've read quite a few and am happily looking for your backlist. What I'm wondering is if you are indeed attending the Romance Writer's of America Convention in New York City coming up in a few weeks? It says you are on your Newsletter, but I notice that your name is not on the list of authors recently put up on the RWA site? I sincerely hope you are, because I would love to have some of my books autographed and to meet you. I've enjoyed your books so much, the research, the rich characters and I've learned so much about Regency England. Another thing, they are so beautifully written with emotion that I invariably end up crying, I become so engaged with the characters. Currently, I'm waiting for Silent Melody, I can't WAIT to see the transformation of the love affair. Also, I'm dizzy with delight trying to imagine what kind of heroine Wulfric will meet his match with. That must be SO fun to write. We've had so many glimpses into his charcter and he IS very daunting. Thank you so much for many hours of pleasure. Sincerely, Peggy S. Mitchell


Name: Corene Kolman
E-Mail: cbkolman
City/State: Montgomery, AL. 36109
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jul 1 18:24:32 2003
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Dear Mrs Balogh, Just finished reading Slightly Scandalous and loved it, as I have all your books. It will seem a long time for the others in the series, but I will snap them up as usual. In the meantime I will be looking for your story in Under The Mistletoe. Keep writing and I will keep reading and enjoying! Best Wishes! Corene


Name: Arlene Rubin
E-Mail: adrubin@comcast.net
City/State: Newton Centre, MA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jul 1 13:09:47 2003
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I have been a voracious Balogh reader since I encountered your first book - thanks for the book list so I can catch up on what I missed. Don't know if I'll manage to survive the wait for Wulfric's story -- but I'll try! Yes. the Bedwyns are a joy and a delight!


Name: Barbara DeLisle
E-Mail: Bmyoldbear21@aol.com
City/State: Palatka, FL
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 30 15:17:44 2003
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I would like to be on your list for when your new books are due out. And to read your news letter. Thanks, Barbara


Name: Barbara DeLisle
E-Mail: Bmyoldbear21@aol.com
City/State: Palatka, FL
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 30 15:17:41 2003
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I would like to be on your list for when your new books are due out. And to read your news letter. Thanks, Barbara


Name: Jane Fink
E-Mail: janethgrt@aol.com
City/State: Berkeley, CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 30 14:37:50 2003
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I am currently reading Slightly Scandalaous and have read all the Slightly books that are out to date. I alos read A Summer to Rememember. I am in love with this series. I am eagerly awaiting Wulfric's story. he is so intriguing as a character and i think when he falls in love it will be amazing. I have a feeling that you will be saving the best for last though and that it will be a while. Sigh. My favorite so far has been Kit's story.


Name: Debbie Fitts
E-Mail: dfitts@coe.unt.edu
City/State: Krum, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 30 12:32:27 2003
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I have just finished 'Slightly Scandalous' and I loved it!! I can't wait for the next adventures of the Bedwyn family! I feel like the characters are lifelike and that is such a compliment to you! I am an aspiring writer myself, but I am leaning toward inspirational, contemporary romance. I just love the way you set the scenes for your books - especially the English countryside! I have never been to England but feel like I have from reading the Bedwyn series. I have also read 'No Man's Mistress' and loved it! Debbie Fitts


Name: Cecilia Sandoval
E-Mail: Aya519@msn.com
City/State: Gilroy, California
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 30 02:06:06 2003
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Hello, I just want to say that I love your books but my utmost favorite is slightly scandalous. I can't wait for Wulfric's story. Please make it as funny as Freyja and her brothers. It was very hard for me to put the books down.I loved the part when Freyja punched Joshua's aunt in the nose. I cant wait to buy your other books, what im really waiting for is Wulfric's story. your number one fan, Cecilia


Name: Kimberly Brodbeck
E-Mail: kcb0377@yahoo.com
City/State: Moreno Valley, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 29 23:40:39 2003
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I really love the Bedwyn series!! The characters are so very different from other books I have read. My favorite book is "Slightly Scandalous". I just love the way that Freja's character is so strong. I can hardly wait for the rest of the Bedwyn series. wulfric's story is what i reaaly cannot wait for. Ms. Balogh, I want to thank you for entertaining with your delightful stories.


Name: cynthia truskot
E-Mail: truskotteach2000@yahoo.com
City/State: vermilion,ohio
Country: usa
Date: Sun Jun 29 16:17:00 2003
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I have a mint copy of Nila Mack's 1948 book "Let's Pretend" hardback and I am unable to find any price for it. Could you help me to find a fair market price? Your website was the only one that even had a mention of that book. Thank you so much for your help! Cynthia Truskot


Name: Karen Ofensend
E-Mail: KFOFENSEND@aol.com
City/State: Glenmoore PA
Country: Chester
Date: Sun Jun 29 14:33:42 2003
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I have enjoyed your books greatly. I have read the Slightly series in a matter of days. I am so glad you are writting Wulfric's story. I can hardly wait!!! Thank you for such wonderful entertainment. I feel like I am a part of the Bedwyn family. I hate for each book to end, yet cannot wait for the happy conclusion. Thank you again, Karen Ofensend


Name: Rita Mastroroco
E-Mail: mastrorocco@worldnet.att.net
City/State: Silver Spring, MD
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 29 06:48:32 2003
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I started reading your books by reading Slightly Scandalous and liked your style of writing and immediatley went out and bought One Night for Love, More Than a Mistress, No Man's Mistress, A Summer to Remember, Slightly Married and Slightly Wicked. I couldn't put them down until I finished all of them. I love inter-related family stories with friends and these with excellently written. I read the other comments on this page and I also cannot wait for the other 3 stories of the remaining Bedwyn siblings, especially Wulf. Also, Lady Muir and Syd Butler need a happy ending. Please don't keep your public hanging on the cliff too long for the next exciting installment of the Bedwyn family and friends stories.


Name: Linda
E-Mail: yapiyupi@hotmail.com
City/State: Los Angeles, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 29 02:57:09 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh: Before I bought all of your Bedwyn Series, I have only bought 1 romance novel in my entire life. I want to let you know that the Bedwyn family you've created have been the most fun, most enigmatic, and most unforgetabble. I can't wait for the next three to come out. Hopefully, you are not going to pull a J.K. Rowling on us and have us wait three years before the next book comes out. I truly appreciate your writting. Your books are so good that I can re-read them over and over and never get tired of them. Some of your characters can be called cliches, but you make them work. I don't know how, but you make them work and make them endearingly unforgettable. Thank you so much for writing. A fan, Linda


Name: Patricia
E-Mail: cookinjigs@comcast.net
City/State: Atco NJ
Country: United States
Date: Sat Jun 28 16:19:03 2003
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Hello, I just read SLIGHTLY MARRIED. It was really a pleasure to read your works. I can not wait to receive the three other books ordered. A SUMMER TO REMEMBER, SLIGHTLY WICKED,AND SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS. THANKS


Name: Karen Klemchen
E-Mail: kklemche@ccchicago.org
City/State: Chicago, IL
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 28 13:51:27 2003
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I just want to say how much I enjoy your books. I have been a fan for a long time. The Bedwyn family series has been great, I can't wait for the next one, hopefully it will be Wulf's story.


Name: kimberely crigger
E-Mail: kcrigger_25@yahoo.com
City/State: lansdale PA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 28 12:40:35 2003
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I, like so many of your other loyal readers am waiting in the wings (so to speak) for the rest of the Bedwyn series I can't wait to find out what happens when (Wulfric) takes the plunge into love, i also can't wait for the other two about the youngest sister and brother so please hurry :) and know that we all are so very glad that you do what you love to do and that you do it oh so well. if you could also i would love to know when the next three are expected to be released until then thank you very much for your talent and your desire to write the way that you do. kimberely


Name: Karen Niklaus
E-Mail: jlncivil@aol.com
City/State: New Orleans, Louisiana
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 28 08:55:58 2003
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Love your books. Are you going to do a book about the Duke of Bewcastle (Wulfric) and when?


Name: Mrs Deanna Owen
E-Mail: deannaowen@hotmail.com
City/State: Perth, Western Australia 6054
Country: Australia
Date: Sat Jun 28 03:53:39 2003
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I have as many books of Mary's as it has been possible to get here - I have loved More than a Mistress, A Summer to Remember and her latest 3 x Scandalous books - is there a book on the Wulf Bedwyn, Duke of Bewcastle in the pipeline - what a story that will be! I have re-read everything I have- at least 4 times each and go to bed with one most nights. I have never, ever let any go - they are all "keepers"! Regards Dee


Name: Candice Dodson
E-Mail: cgd1127@insightbb.com
City/State: Evansvilee, Indiana
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 27 01:48:43 2003
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It is 1:00am and I just finished Josh and Free's story and rushed to your site to see when the next book would come out...I can hardly wait to read about Morgan. Thank you for writing such interesting characters and with such passion and detail.


Name: Elli Geranios Anderson
E-Mail: BAnder1071@aol.com
City/State: Golden, Colorado
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 26 20:10:47 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I absolutely adore your books. My sister and I have read many of your prior novels and have recently finished all of your recent "Slightly series"... and can barely wait for your next three. We are so interested in Wulf's story as well as the other Bedwyns. The stories are so wonderful... romantic... witty...!!!! I honestly cannot describe how I have enjoyed them. They are a place of dreams and are priceless. Thank you for your hard work... please hurry.... we can't wait to read more!!!!! Elli


Name: Kimberly Adams
E-Mail: kadams@inteliport.com
City/State: Hertford, NC
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 26 19:47:14 2003
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Dear Mary, Just a note to let you know how much I admire and enjoy your writing. I have all of your books...I drove my poor husband mad "e-baying" trying to collect them all! Keep up the inspirational work! It really helps me unwind after a stressful day at work. (I'm an insurance agent) Deepest regards, Kim Adams


Name: Dana Dahlbo
E-Mail: ddahlbo@ucsd.edu
City/State: San Diego, CA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 26 17:27:00 2003
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I have enjoyed your writings for many years - please keep them coming Dana PS After reading some of the email included here, I, too, would love to know what woman will capture the interest of aloof and self-contained Wulfric!


Name: Staci Inglin
E-Mail: jsinglin@hotmail.com
City/State: Las Vegas NV
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 26 16:25:02 2003
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I recently came across One Night for Love and fell in love myself. I am sooo glad that you will be finishing the story of the Bedwyns. I can not wait for the Duke's ice to melt!!


Name: Elaine
E-Mail: justthefax666@cs.com
City/State: SF, CA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 26 13:50:08 2003
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I think you are truly talent and skill combined! Just completing the Slightly series and I am amazed how you can keep up the quality of your writing (characters, story and prose) book after book. Most of all, finding a distinct 'voice' for each of your characters book after book. P.S. Can you give a hint (if you already some idea) what kind of woman can capture Wulf's heart?


Name: MaryGrace Meloche
E-Mail: mgm.rich@sympatico.ca
City/State: McGregor, Ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Thu Jun 26 10:35:05 2003
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Please, please when you write Wulfric Bedwyn's, the Duke of Bewcastle, story please take your time and do this man justice. I love this continuing story.


Name: Shameen Alston
E-Mail: derise3@yahoo.com
City/State: Burke/VA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 26 07:43:08 2003
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I loved your slightly books. I cannot wait for the next book. Keep of the great work.


Name: Kay VanGundy
E-Mail: excelb@yahoo.com
City/State: Anaheim, CA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 26 00:56:41 2003
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I discovered romances late in life (my 50's). You were the first author I read. It was a story in a Christmas anthology I found in a UBS. I didn't even know what a Regency was at the time. That led me to a bookstore to find your newest book which at that time was Silent Melody. I have now read it several times. The last few years have been spent finding and reading your older books as well as most of your newer ones. I've thoroughly enjoyed your current series and look forward to meeting the rest of the family next year!


Name: Vicki Mc Dowell
E-Mail: bunecop@comcast.net
City/State: Harrisburg, Pa.
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 25 22:31:30 2003
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I have loved reading your publications and I am looking forword to Wulf's story. It will take someone special to crack him open.. Keep up the great work. Vicki


Name: Sylvia Washington
E-Mail: MoneySyl@aol.com
City/State: Dallas,Texas
Country: United States
Date: Wed Jun 25 19:48:31 2003
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Ms. Balogh, I have fallen in love with your books! I have read all of the stories on the Bedwyn's and hope this email finds you hard at work on Wulf's story. I have every confidence that you will make his story just as fun and filled with excitment as the others. Happy writing.


Name: Martha Highfill
E-Mail: Mhigh40953@aol.com
City/State: Randleman,N.C
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 25 18:22:50 2003
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Hello, I loved the first three Bedwyn books,can't wait for the next three!Keep up the good work! Martha


Name: Pam Berkins
E-Mail: hotdog26@cox-internet.com
City/State: Minral Wells, TX
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 25 18:14:38 2003
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I just want to thank you for such wonderful stories as the Bedwyn series. And I really can't wait for your other 3 stories of the Bedwyn siblings. I know that you have something wonderful in store for them, I'd love to read that Wulf finds a woman who is more than a match for him. One with which he can not intimiated with the mere look of his gray eyes and in who's presents he can hardly control himself(and his desire for her)but who will give him the love,happiness,and family(preferable the first set be twins)of his own.And I hope she lead him on a very,merry little chase. And I also hope to read that Gwen and Syd,and let us not forget Lord Farrington,find love and happiness of their own.Again thank you


Name: Indiygogirl
E-Mail: Indiygogirl@cs.com
City/State: Philadelphia
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 25 16:25:24 2003
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I love your Bedwyn series and I can't wait for the next 3 books. While reading Slighly Scandlous, I started thinking that Wulf would be perfect for Free's old governess, who has the school in Bath. She seems to have the type of personality needed to break Wulf out of his comfort zone! I can't wait to read his story. Will Morgan's story be coming out in 2003? I hope so! Thanks again for all your wonderful stories.


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E-Mail: UZOAGBA@yahoo.com
City/State: USA
Country: UAS
Date: Wed Jun 25 13:40:00 2003
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Name: Juliet Burns
E-Mail: julietburns@attbi.com
City/State: Arlington
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 25 01:10:35 2003
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I've read everything of yours and adore your stories! I can't put Slightly Scandolous down and can't wait for the next 3 Bedwyn stories! Especially can't wait to read about the very special woman you have created for Bewcastle himself. I hope he gets what he so richly deserves. Someone to make him laugh and play and act foolish in the extreme. Someone to love him to distraction! Oh, how I wish it could be me!


Name: Rei
E-Mail: Rei109@yahoo.com
City/State: St Louis
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 24 18:13:02 2003
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Hello, I just want you to know that all the books I read was all great especially with the Bedwyns family. I was wondering when will the next 3 will be out and if you can email me about their title and release date so that I can buy it when it gets out. It so good to here that there are 3 more and I was wondering bout the other siblings. All first 3 books were great.


Name: Susan S. Fliegel
E-Mail: roseharbour@earthlink.net
City/State: Birmingham, AL
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 24 14:24:22 2003
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Loved all three Bedwyn books. But please tell us you have something in mind for Wulfric. I've never before encountered a fictional character with more potential depth, but who needs to meet someone who is strong-willed, intelligent, and unwilling to put up with any pretension, who will knock him off his pedestal and make him the passionate, less-controlled man he could be. I only vaguely considered the character until Freyja's story, but the scene you had where the little girl climbed up into his lap caught my heart. It showed a vulnerability and sense of longing that had not shown previously. But now this character definitely deserves a book of his own.


Name: Tammy Pounders
E-Mail: tpound@webtv.net
City/State: Thompsons Station, Tennessee
Country: United States
Date: Tue Jun 24 00:14:14 2003
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I thorougly enjoyed the Bedwyn series so far! I can't wait for the rest of the books to come out. I think that Freyja's book was my favorite. I'm really looking forward to Wulfric's story, I just wonder if he will fall in love with his mistress. I almost hope so! It will be great fun to read about his "downfall". I love everything you write, keep up the good work. Best Wishes, Tammy Pounders


Name: Ellen Swan
E-Mail: swswan@tru.eastlink.ca
City/State: Truro,Nova Scotia
Country: Canada
Date: Mon Jun 23 19:17:58 2003
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Dear Mary, This is the first time I have ever written an author. I've been reading your books for years, having discovered you when we first opened our used book store. Several of my customers ask for recommendations and you are always at the top of the list. I also tell them to buy you new because no one wants to give up your books [me included]. I love the dialouge and your charactors. I find myself laughing out loud and wanting more. I'd like to read Viscount Whitleaf's story as well as the rest of the Bedwyn stories.Thank you for your talent and allowing us the great pleasure of visiting those wonderful people you bring to life with such skill. Sincerely Ellen Swan


Name: Barbara Blizzard
E-Mail: blizzarb@bellsouth.net
City/State: SC
Country:
Date: Mon Jun 23 18:22:16 2003
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As a long-time fan, I want to thank you for sharing your imagination with us. I have just read all four of the Bedwyn books. Now how about Wulf and that brave, gun brandishinging 18 year old cousin of Joshua's we are in Charity with, about to make her come-out next season at the end of Slightly Scandalous? That sounded like a promise of a story to me. She is brave enough for Wulf. I know you probably already have soul-mates for them, I just hope they end up together. But if they don't, I'm sure I'll fall in love with the couples of your imagination again, whomever.


Name: Christie Varnick
E-Mail: jvarnick@gigaserve.net
City/State: Jackson, TN
Country: United States
Date: Mon Jun 23 14:52:14 2003
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I have just finished SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS and I want to know the dates the other three books in this series will be released? Please let it be soon. I really enjoy reading your books, I just wish you could write them faster! Thanks for the great reads, Christie Varnick


Name: Suzanne Goldberg
E-Mail: msbl4@aol.com
City/State: Avon, Connecticut
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 23 13:39:03 2003
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I am thrilled to see you will be completing the Bedwyn story. I have just finished Slightly Scandalous...what a great tale....I laughed outloud at some of the happenings....Thank you for an enjoyable read.


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E-Mail: AKABO@yahoo.com
City/State: ASA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 23 12:58:49 2003
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Name: Kristy
E-Mail: kperkinson@metagenics-midwest.com
City/State: Bloomington, Il
Country: usa
Date: Mon Jun 23 12:10:09 2003
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I was just wondering when to start looking for the rest of the books in the Bedwyns' series. I am especially looking forward to Wulfric's story. I have enjoyed reading the first books in the series.


Name: Cindy Euton
E-Mail: cindy.euton@mail.nace.org
City/State: Houston, TX
Country:
Date: Mon Jun 23 09:02:47 2003
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I just had to tell you that Slightly Scandalous was marvelous!!! The entire Bedwyn family, are wonderful characters. When will the next installment come about??? I have thoroughly enjoyed your mistress series and the Ravensberg/Bedwyn series.... Thanks for the wonderful stories...


Name: Michelle Cook
E-Mail: michellecook6877@msn.com
City/State: Greenwood, Wisconsin
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 22 22:32:44 2003
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A summer to remember and slightly married were wonderful stories. I have come to really wonder about Wulf. I keep thinking about him and how you should find somebody for him. he needs scildren. He's not happy. MAKE HIM HAPPY! Thank you so much. Hope to see Wulf's story really soon.


Name: Kay Vincent
E-Mail: gkv34beau@aol.com
City/State: Lansing, Michigan
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 22 21:37:53 2003
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I have read Aidan's and Rannulf's stories and am ready to start Freyja's story. I loved the first two and can't wait to start the third book. Then it seems like I will have to wait a year before I can read the rest of the stories about the Bedwyn family. I also read a Summer to Remember. Very Good! As I have said before I have all your books including the anthologies. I will surely buy the new one coming out in October even though I have read four of the stories. I will just read them again. Thanks for writing such good stories. Kay


Name: Melanie Roberts
E-Mail: maroberts@fuse.net
City/State: Florence
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 22 20:24:18 2003
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Just finished the first book in the Bedwyn series and in the middle of the second one. I wasn't sure if I would like them because I wasn't that crazy about them in the book A Summer to Remember. I was so glad to be wrong, the books are fantastic and I love the characters. Like everyone else I can't wait for Wulfs story. Hopefully all three of the next books will be published in 2004. Keep up the great work. Melanie


Name: Sue Liles
E-Mail: ssliles@ticon.net
City/State: Janesville/WI
Country: Rock
Date: Sun Jun 22 19:33:23 2003
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I have just completed A Summer to Remember, Slightly Married, Slightly Wicked and Slightly Scandalous. I can't wait until the next three books in the series become available. I especially want to see how Wulf's story comes out. Thank you so much for your wonderful stories and your stong characters. I read an average of four books a week and list your novels at the top of my favorite list. I have also enjoyed your Mistress series. I have never sent a message like this before, but I wanted to inform you that there are alot of people out here that enjoy escaping into your stories. I have two co-workers that feel the same way. All three of us have your books. May happiness and joy be with you and your family. Enjoy those Grandchildren as they grow so fast. I know I really enjoy my three. Happy Writing! I will be looking forward to your next novel.


Name: Betty Taylor
E-Mail: bob_betty_taylor@hotmail.com
City/State: Klamath Falls, Oregon
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 22 05:47:17 2003
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I have recently re-read "A Summer to Remember" to refresh my memory of the Bedwyn family prior to reading your trilogy. I found these books at the right time as I could not put one down without picking up the next; I had the time to spare for a marathon reading session. I hope you will find the time to write Wulf's story. Thank you for writing one of the best trilogies I have read in quite a while. Betty


Name: Judith Anderson
E-Mail: jdaintira@aol.com
City/State: Phoenix, AZ
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 22 01:16:39 2003
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I finished reading A Summer to Remember this afternoon and found it well written and charming. My mother, who will be 88 in August, loves Regencies, and I will be mailing this to her on Monday. She cannot do much except read and watch television, and it is so wonderful to find a book with such delightful, well-drawn characters and their unique situation. Also, some wondeful moments of humor as well as the engaging extended family and secondary characters. Many Thanks, Judith Anderson


Name: Suzanne Monroy
E-Mail: MONROYSM@cs.com
City/State: Albuquerque, New Mexico
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 21 15:52:06 2003
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Ms. Balogh, I have only recently discovered your wonderful talent for telling tales. Once begun I find that I cannot put the book down until I have reached the conclusion. Thank you for many hours of delightful characters and wonderful entertainment.


Name: Judy Nicholson
E-Mail: jnicholson328@aol.com
City/State: Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Country: United States
Date: Sat Jun 21 15:01:20 2003
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Thank you for the pleasure of escape from my world of reality into your world of seduction, scandle and the exciting lives of your sexy and irresistible Bedwyn family. I have read A SUMMER TO REMEMBER, SLIGHTLY MARRIRED, SLIGHTLY WICKED and looking forward to SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS. Thank you again for sharing your wonderful talent. Judy Nicholson


Name: Carrie Henkel
E-Mail: carriehenkel@cox.net
City/State: Broken Arrow, OK
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 21 14:01:01 2003
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I just read one of your books for the first time. I loved it! I'm going out today to buy more. Thanks for sharing our gift.


Name: Helen
E-Mail: ahmarkow@aol.com
City/State: New York, NY
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 21 02:20:19 2003
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Just finished a total emersion in the Mary Balogh world--reread A Summer to Remember, just to meet the characters again, and then the 3 Slightly Books. The tensions, the complexity of character, and the wonderfully worked out themes are just marvelous. I very much enjoy the groups of books in which a character who is, shall we say, not so admirable in one book becomes an understandable protaganist in another. Also want to comment--scanning through I saw someone did not care for Tangled. I have read it several times, and find it extremely interesting, complex, intriguing and, well, tangled. Readers, please do not be put off, it is well worth it. Thanks again and again. I've already preordered your Mistletoe collection.


Name: Delores Knowles
E-Mail: deloresknowles@comcast.net
City/State: Leesburg, FL
Country: US
Date: Fri Jun 20 18:32:15 2003
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I wrote to you a few months ago after I had "discovered" you with "More Than a Mistress" and "Silent Melody." Now I have in my collection several of your books which I have enjoyed very, very much. After reading "A Summer to Remember," I was dismayed to learn you had started a series about the Bedwyn brother and sisters. "How could you do that?" I wondered. They weren't nice people. They were cold, arrogant, and not even particularly handsome or beautiful. I have just finished all three of the Bedwyn books, and now I'm really dismayed to learn I must wait several months for the next one. Oh, how I am looking forward to what you must have in store for Wulfric -- he has become my favorite. Each story has been individually captivating, and I look forward to each of your books in the future. Thanks for all the pleasurable hours of reading!


Name: Richard
E-Mail: l4rich@worldnet.att.net
City/State: Calif
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 20 17:58:20 2003
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Do you have plans for Lady Muir or Joseph Fawcitt or Syndam to find love?


Name: Jan Robison
E-Mail: John.C.Robison@verizon.net
City/State: Laurel, Maryland 20707
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 20 14:26:28 2003
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Please will there be a bok about the oldest Bedwyn brother?


Name: Cathy Pelissier
E-Mail: cathyp@fiberpipe.net
City/State: Sheridan, Wyoming
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 20 11:16:21 2003
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Mrs. Balogh - Thank you so much for you wonderful books! Recently, I have been bored by "the same old" romance novels. My Mom gave me the Bedwyn series, and I cannot put them down. I can not wait to see what you have in store for Bewcastle. The other reason I am writing is while I was reading Slightly Married I had a story idea. I am not a writer, so I thought you could do something with this idea. Also, please know that I can plainly see that you can come up with your own idea's. I just thought this was cute, and could be really fun. Here it is...3 or 4 best girl friends that are always finding trouble. You could even have one of them try to get Bewcastle to smile on a dare. I will go no further, because I am sure you can think of a million things the girls can get into. I have just never seen this done, and I think you are a wonderful writer that could do this justice. Thank you again, for the hours of pleasure. It has been a long time since I found a romance novel I could read past the 50th page. You always have me hooked by about page 5, if not 1! Thanks, Cathy Pelissier


Name: Eva Marie Larson
E-Mail: fael@hulahuthawaii.com
City/State: Kailua, Hawaii
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 20 04:38:01 2003
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Aloha, I enjoy reading your books. They are not dull and have a wonderful sense of humor added. I would very much love to step into the world of the Duke of Bewcastle, Wulfric. With the right lady, it could be an interesting match. Is there by chance a book in the near future? Mahalo, Eva Marie Larson Kailua, HI


Name: Denise Hunter
E-Mail: dnehunter@aol.com
City/State: Loxahatchee, FL
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 20 02:01:56 2003
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I just finished the 4th in the Bedwyn series and greedy reader that I am all I can say is, what about Wulf!? What a fabulous series. I loooved them all and was so happy their release dates were so close together...but I don't mind waiting for Wulf's story because I am that sure it will happen! Thank you for all your hard & talented work and for the hours and hours of entertainment. (When I see your name I don't even have to read the jacket I know it will be good!) Sincerely, Denise


Name: melinda basye
E-Mail: melindab@htcomp.net
City/State: itasca, texas
Country: usa
Date: Fri Jun 20 00:57:28 2003
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I really enjoyed the series books Slightly Married, Slightly Wicked and Slightly Scandalous and I am looking forward to your next releases. The characters where fun and very engaging. I read alot of books and the hallmark of a good book to me is one I do not want to put down. All three of these books from the beginning to end kept my attention and I finised them all within an afternoon. You have a new fan. Melinda


Name: Holly Bush
E-Mail: hrbscb@msn.com
City/State: Manheim, PA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 19 21:37:22 2003
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Apparently, as with many of your readers, I am curious to hear Wulfric's story. He's such a wonderful, haughty aristocrat. Slightly Married is my favorite to date. Possibly because the characters were quiet people and there was less dialogue between them, made their words, somehow, more valuable. I had a great cry over the last twenty or so pages. Maggie Osbourne is a favorite author of mine especially Silver Lining. Lorraine Heath, too, with Texas Glory. For me, you own the British title. Thanks for writing. Holly


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City/State: alexe.
Country: egypt
Date: Thu Jun 19 19:05:35 2003
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Name: Deborah
E-Mail: usaydeb@aol.com
City/State: Novato, CA
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 19 13:19:20 2003
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I have read A Summer to Remember and the "Scandalous" series. They were all wonderful (as usual) and I thoroughly enjoyed each and every story. I was very excited to read in your newsletter that you be giving all the Bedwyns their own story. Espcially Bewcastle. I cannot wait to meet the woman you will choose for him. Mary, you bring such joy to summer reading. Thank you.


Name: Laurie Griffin
E-Mail: Madmama1970@aol.com
City/State: Athens, Alabama
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 19 13:00:58 2003
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Mrs. Balogh, I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your books. I adore the Regency period, and you give such an emotional, poignant touch to your characters that I'm just mesmerized by them. I'm a high-school English teacher, and I find your books a cut above the usual Regency offerings out there. I love that you give them such an original touch because you live in Great Britain, and you understand what you're writing about. I'd love to be a romance writer, but I just can't seem to get the plot, characters, etc., to paper. I'm a much better poet than a novelist. I'd love to know when the next of the Bedwyn novels is coming out. I CAN NOT wait until you put out the one with Wulf as the main character! That one will be incredible--I just know it! Now, I'm just guessing, but will his love be the teacher at the school that Freyja sponsors? That would be great for Wulf to fall in love with a commoner! One final question--how do you pronounce "Freyja"? I was saying "Free-ya" in my mind, but I'm really curious to know what you intended. Thank you so much for reading this. Again, I just find your books so satisfying. I'm going to find as many of your earlier works as I can! Sincerely, Laurie Griffin


Name: Linda Fader
E-Mail: lindafader@yahoo.com
City/State: Houston, Texas
Country: usa
Date: Thu Jun 19 11:24:52 2003
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Dear Mary, I have read all of your books except for "A Gift of Daises", "A Constant Heart",& "Desire After Dark". I am looking forward to your next books and hope that they come out very soon. This last series is great Regency, of which you are the best writer-bar none. Do you have a publishing date for the series? Sincerely, Linda Fader


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City/State: USA
Country: USA
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Name: Paula Yanagimoto
E-Mail: pmyanagi@sprynet.com
City/State: Millet, Alberta
Country: Canada
Date: Wed Jun 18 23:57:40 2003
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I have just finished reading the 4th of your Bedwyn family books about Freyja. I was hoping you were going to continue with the rest of the family and am happy to see that there are more to come. Too bad we have to wait until next year. I guess you aren't too far away and we both enjoy the beautiful summers after the long cold winters. I am a transplanted person too.


Name: Darla Grenewalt
E-Mail: michaelgrenewalt@msn.com
City/State: Red Lion, PA
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Wed Jun 18 23:21:20 2003
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Love your books---when I buy hardcover you know I can't wait for the next one---hope you will be writing Wulf's story soon ---this series is great---as all of your books are--


Name: Tammy
E-Mail: none - sorry
City/State: New Jersey
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 18 14:54:14 2003
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I have enjoyed your Bedwyn Family series and look forward to reading about the rest of the family. In "Slightly Scandalous," I was impressed to read about Prudence--bravo. Bravo! It's about time--thank you--special people can lead "normal" lives.


Name: Teresa
E-Mail: tepperson@accor-na.com
City/State: Addison,TX
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 18 12:48:34 2003
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I am so glad to hear the Bedwyn's are going to be completed! I love this family, and can't wait to see who unthaws the icy Bewcastle.


Name: CATHERINE SCHREIBER
E-Mail: CASS4275@WEBTV.NET
City/State: PASADENA MARYLAND
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 18 12:38:38 2003
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I enjoy your books very much. I have just recently became a fan. The some that I have read have made me laugh and some have made me cry. The only one that I wasn't too happy with was TANGLED. I am waiting for Slightly Scandalous to reach to bookshelves. I have read the other two and Summer to RemembeR. One Night of Love is also on my to read list. Please keep writing. Sincerely, Catherine.


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City/State: USA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 18 00:56:31 2003
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Name: Maranda Burlison
E-Mail: mysticsynnovea@yahoo.com
City/State: north pole alaska
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 18 00:30:29 2003
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I recently bought the three books about the Bedwyns and I enjoyed all three of them I am in the process of reading the Slightly wicked one for a second time. I can't wait for the other three to come out


Name: Liz Bauer
E-Mail: lizandbill@comcast.net
City/State: Mt.Laurel, NJ
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 18 00:22:29 2003
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I read all four of your book on the Bedwyn family. I onlt hope you let me know when the rest are comming out. I enjoyed reading them.


Name: Kathleen Kaplan
E-Mail: kathleenkaplan@msn.com
City/State: Corona, California
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 17 23:09:43 2003
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Dear Mary, I am one of your many fans who, after reading A Summer to Remember, wondered how in the world you would manage to make Freyja likeable. Well, you did it and oh so beautifully. I have been a fan for about six years and have read everything you've written during that time as well as all of the previous books I can manage to find. I am just loving the stories of the Bedwyns, each book is a gem. And I am certainly looking forward to Wulfric's story! Thank you for the happy hours your books bring me.


Name: Kathleen Kaplan
E-Mail: kathleenkaplan@msn.com
City/State: Corona, California
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 17 23:09:40 2003
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Dear Mary, I am one of your many fans who, after reading A Summer to Remember, wondered how in the world you would manage to make Freyja likeable. Well, you did it and oh so beautifully. I have been a fan for about six years and have read everything you've written during that time as well as all of the previous books I can manage to find. I am just loving the stories of the Bedwyns, each book is a gem. And I am certainly looking forward to Wulfric's story! Thank you for the happy hours your books bring me.


Name: Miriam Hershkowitz
E-Mail: mjih6472@aol.com
City/State: brooklyn,ny
Country: usa/kings
Date: Tue Jun 17 22:49:30 2003
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Hi Mary I love your books. I would like to join your mailing list on the computer and by mail too. If i can ok My address is 1440 Freeport Loop Apt 15B Brooklyn , New York 11239-2318 From your fan Miriam Hershkowitz. Thank you for your time. And like to hear from you soon.


Name: Dawn Roberto
E-Mail: dmr27@msn.com
City/State: Depew, NY
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 17 21:29:17 2003
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I have enjoyed your books. I just bought all the slightly series and are enjoying them immensley. Can't wait for the next 3 in this family.


Name: Karleen Turchin
E-Mail: bturchin@aol.com
City/State: Valrico, FL
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 17 18:55:47 2003
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Just finished Summer to Remember and now reading Slightly Married and love it. When are the two books for this series coming out in 2004?


Name: Ayla
E-Mail: aylahug@hotmail.com
City/State: Wasilla, Alaska
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 17 17:23:34 2003
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I truely have enjoyed every single book of yours that I have read. When I started your series about the Bedwyns I told myself, "There had better be a book coming out about the Duke of Bewcastle!" Haha. I was relieved when I read in the newsletter that there will be. The Duke is my favorite character. It seems to me that he needs a woman of fire to melt is ice. Keep writing your wonderful books, and I will keep reading! Thank You. ~Ayla


Name: Jo Kathleen
E-Mail: 14421@mindspring.com
City/State: Elizabeth City, NC
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 17 14:54:22 2003
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I just started to read your books. I found Slightly Wicked and loved that book so much and could not wait to buy the others I love books like these. Cannot wait to read about Freyjas story. A summer to Remember was a fantastic book. Please keep up with this family.


Name: Sara Hollett
E-Mail: sarayhol@aol.com
City/State: Halse, Northamptonshire
Country: United Kingdom
Date: Tue Jun 17 13:40:51 2003
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I have just read the " Slightly" trilogy which I enjoyed enormously. I have read in your newsletter what you have planned for 2003. Could I ask you, at some point to tell the story of Gwen, Lady Muir. She has fascinated me ever since I met her in " One Night for Love." Thank you for many happy hours of reading.


Name: Lee
E-Mail: Euallee@aol.com
City/State: Tamarac, Fl.
Country: United States
Date: Tue Jun 17 13:13:03 2003
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Will there be a future story of the Duke of Bedwyn? I would like to see him meet someone who would melt the coldness in his attitude. Have enjoyed all of your books from the time you wrote for the Regency line. Thank you for the enjoyment you have given me. Keep writing. Lee


Name: cheri olson
E-Mail: brow2966@bellsouth.net
City/State: miami, florida
Country: usa
Date: Tue Jun 17 12:47:08 2003
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Hi Mary, I'm been an avid fan for years and congratulate you on all your successes! Your 2001 award was well deserved! I just finished Slightly Married and loved it, then just bought A Summer to Remember to get Kit's story. How fun is this going to be reading about the entire family! Thanks for your words and wonderful stories Mary, you are the best! sincerely, cheri


Name: Liann
E-Mail: gottschling_lb@wvwc.edu
City/State: Canonsburg, Pennsylvania
Country: United States of America
Date: Tue Jun 17 10:34:16 2003
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Dear Mary, You have me hooked to your books! I love the way in which the all fit together...I just finished reading Slightly Scandalous and I was wondering if you have any plans for the other 3 Bedwyns...I simply NEED to know how Alleyne and Morgan find love and I know that even Wulfric will find love...do you have any plans to write books for the 3 remaining family members?


Name: Diana Hirtzel
E-Mail: DHirt11@aol.com
City/State: Glenmoore, PA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 17 08:57:42 2003
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I recently finished "Slightly Scandalous" and I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your books. Thank goodness you are so prolific! I look forward to the final three books in the Bedwyn series, particularly Wulfric's story. I can't wait to read what you have planned for him. He's a very intriguing character. Thanks!


Name: Tuyet (Tenshi)
E-Mail: tenshi_angels87@earthlink.net
City/State: Panama City, FL
Country: United States
Date: Mon Jun 16 22:55:09 2003
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I just wanted to say that how much I enjoy reading your books and I just wanted to ask if you are going to write about Wulf (the Duke of Bewcastle)? I love reading about the Bedwyns family most of all.


Name: Kate Brummett
E-Mail: khb49@hotmail.com
City/State: Deltona, Fl
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 16 21:28:32 2003
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I have been an avid reader of your incredibly wonderful books for years. I just finished the third of your "Slightly..." books. Please say you are going to continue the family saga and let us know what is going to happen for Morgan, Alleyne, and Wulf. I can't wait to rad about them but the message at Amazon indicated that Freyja's story was the concluding book in the series. Surely you are not going to end the story of this exciting family before we hear what happens to the remaining siblings. Thank you for all the wonderful hours of reading your books have brought me. And blessings on you always. Kate B


Name: Erin Brown
E-Mail: cidbones@aol.com
City/State: FL
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 16 21:16:18 2003
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Dear Mrs. Balogh, Since I read More Than A Mistress nearly a year ago, I have been a fan. I am enjoying the Bedwyn series enormously, and am waiting with bated breath for Wulfric's story. He is so self-contained, I cannot wait to see a woman push him out of his shell! I have a feeling his fall will be the hardest, just as the wait - his is the last story, I understand, as is fitting - will be the hardest! :) However, because Morgan was more of an active character in Slightly Scandalous, I did detect an intriguing complexity to her that I am impatient to read more about. :) I was just visiting your website to get your backlist, lol, and thought that I would drop you a note to tell you how much I admire your talent and to keep up the good work! :) No reply is necessary. Thank you! Love and hugs, Erin


Name: Liz Gibson
City/State: Hallandale, Florida
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 16 20:34:57 2003
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I just finished Slightly Scandalous a few minutes ago, and I was so pleased with the novel that I thought I'd drop you a line. Well done! The prose of this book was witty and had me giggling and grinning throughout. Joshua and Freyja were remarkable characters; so well rounded, so human, so likeable. I think what I found most impressive was how you captured that love comes from a deepening understanding of character, not a change in character. And although there was potential for melodramatic emotions (good god, a murderer?! a masher?! ), you resisted and let your characters look on the lighter side of life, in keeping with their natures. I loved it! It was the best of the series so far! Thanks!


Name: Sheryl Milton
E-Mail: deshmike@intergate.com
City/State: Oklahoma City
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 16 17:17:59 2003
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Can't wait to read Bewcastles' story


Name: Maureen Connolly
E-Mail: maureen.a.connolly@us.ibm.com
City/State: Philadelphia, PA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 16 16:34:22 2003
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Will you be writing a story about Wulf Bedwyn? I think he's lonely and needs someone in his life. Please don't make his story the last one in the series. He definitely needs someone with laughter and joy.


Name: Debbie
E-Mail: DubbyLee@aol.com
City/State: CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 16 12:58:34 2003
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HI Mary, I just finished Slightly Married and loved it. It was my first book of yours but I am getting ready to buy the rest. Our Historical Romance Group would love a chat with you! Are you on AOL? Please feel free to email me...or if someone has Mary's email please pass it along. Our group loves Mary!


Name: Cheap Flights Airline Tickets
E-Mail: johngeorge77@netscape.net
City/State: USA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 16 07:29:04 2003
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I loved your site. Congratulations Cheap Flights Airline Tickets


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Name: Carolyn Glosek
E-Mail: CGlosek@msn.com
City/State: Simpsonville, SC
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 15 19:00:02 2003
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I have read many of your books and I simply love the Bedwyns! I was hooked ever since "A Summer to Remember" and I am so glad that you decided to write about all of them. I have finished two out of the Bedwyn trilogy, but even now as I eagerly await the third installment in the mail, I must urge you to write Wulfric's story! Now there is a story! He is too mysterious to overlook. Also, since he has spent his adult life looking out for his siblings, he deserves a happy ending! Please consider it for your next book! Sincerely yours, Carolyn Glosek


Name: Susan McSheffrey
E-Mail: skmcsh@sympatico.ca
City/State: Renfrew/ Ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Sun Jun 15 13:20:04 2003
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Dear Mary, I bought "A Summer to remember" at the Toronto airport last Saturday and have just finished the whole Bedwyn saga! Well at least those available in print.(That's four books in a week). I can't wait for the next ones especially Wulfric's tale. You have a gift of bringing characters to life, and I appreciate the historical accuracy. Just one note; I didn't think that brides wore white until Queen Victoria did in 1840. I am a big fan of family sagas and put these on a par with the Malloren's by Jo Beverley and the Cynster's by Stephanie Laurens.( that is the highest praise I can give).I like the link that tells us who is in which books. Thanks for a great read. Sue McSheffrey


Name: Eugenia Seybold
E-Mail: emseybold@aol.com
City/State: Exton, PA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 14 20:15:23 2003
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Dear Mary ~ I have enjoyed your books for a number of years and have been especially delighted with the Bedwyn Family Series. I love both the heroes and heroines. Are there tentative publication dates for Morgan, Alleyne and Wulfric's books? Happy writing and thank you for sharing your talent! Eugenia


Name: Patricia Mellert
E-Mail: pmellert@cs.com
City/State: Naperville,Il
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 14 17:32:00 2003
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Dear Mary, I enjoyed Slightly Married far more than a Summer to Remember. However, I do not understand what attracted the heroes to the heroines in either. Hopefully, if you continue the series especially with Wulfric, the heroines will be more vibrant.


Name: Geraldine W.Bowman
E-Mail: gwbowman@msn.com
City/State: Mount Prospect. Illinois
Country: United States
Date: Sat Jun 14 16:48:31 2003
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Dear Mary, I have been a devoted fan for a long time and perhaps own copies of all your books, I have never been disappointed! I have also had the pleasure and privilege of meeting and talking with you at several R.T.Conventions. I have eagerly read A Summer To Remember, Slightly Married, Sightly Wicked and Slighyly Scandalous and wondered if you would be continuing with the family and writing of Wulfric, Morgan and Alleyne and possibly Chastity. I sincerely hope you continue as Wulfric certainly should be the main character in one of your books. Looking forward to each and every forthcoming book, I am your devoted reader and fan.


Name: Karen Evers
E-Mail: redrdrose@aol.com
City/State: Bel Air, MD
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 14 16:08:38 2003
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Dear Mary, Just finished the Slightly .. books with the Bedwyn family. Can't wait to read the rest of them. And, Wulf ... can't wait to read his story! And, the prequel to the mistress series. Thanks!


Name: Franciele
E-Mail: fertonan@bellsouth.net
City/State: Pensacola,FL
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 14 01:49:28 2003
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Dear Mary I know you hear this all the time but I really enjoy your books, I have fallen in love with Wulf he is definitely my favorite. If its possible I would like a date to when his book will be out. Wanting or not I believe you will live him last so that will make it more exciting but do hurry I cant wait to read it. It will surely be a beautiful story since he wants to pretend that he is heartless. And I just wanted to say that I appreciate the way you ended your books after the weeding ceremony it is surely one of my favorite chapter. Fran


Name: Patricia
E-Mail: medmark@wi.rr.com
City/State: Elm Grove, WI
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 13 23:20:19 2003
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Mary: I am truly enjoying the Bedwyn family series. I do eagerly await for Wulf's story, although I am glad you will leave him for last. I hope to see him play a role in each story as you have done so far. Thanks for your imagination! Be inspired!


Name: Marigene Purcell
E-Mail: marigenepurcell@hotmail.com
City/State: Garnett, Kansas 66032
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 13 23:02:35 2003
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Thank you so very much for your excellent writing. You are by far the best Regency Period author alive. Your trilogy of the Bedwyns are the best books I have read in a long time. I surely hope you will continue with the remaining three Bedwyns.


Name: Barbara Maloney
E-Mail: mikewmaloney@cs.com
City/State: Austin, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 13 22:08:18 2003
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I just finished "Slightly Scandalous" and was glad to read that you will be continuing with the remaining members of the Bedwyn family especially Wulf. I really enjoy your books and am glad I discovered you. Barbara Maloney


Name: megan cox
E-Mail: RCOX620@AOL.COM
City/State: LAUREL,DE
Country: UNITED STATES
Date: Fri Jun 13 20:11:19 2003
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I just wanted to say how much I have enjoyed reaing the stroies about the Bedwyns so far. A friend recommended "Slightly Wicked" and I couldn't put it down. I went back to the bookstore and bought "Slightly Married" and "A summer to Remember". Those took me a week and I just finished reading Freja's story. Her character made me giggle throughout the book. I am really looking forward to the stories of Morgan, Alleyne, and especially Wulfric. He seems like he is going to be an intense character to read about. There is something about him that I haven't figured out yet. Could you tell me who is next and when? Thank you in advace for replying to my letter. Sincerely, Megan Cox


Name: Renee Curtis
E-Mail: happygirl126@comcast.com
City/State: Warminster, PA
Country: United States
Date: Fri Jun 13 18:33:41 2003
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I really enjoyed your books. I am a big historical romance reader. I read nothing but them. I just love to read. I will try to wait till 2004 to read the next Slightly series but I can't promise that I won't go crazy. I was hoping you were going to write about the other family members and was really glad that you were. I can't wait for the one for Wolf. I love his character.I just wanted to let you know that I loved your books!


Name: Christina Chavez
E-Mail: queenkatina@msn.com
City/State: Anaheim, California
Country: United States
Date: Fri Jun 13 14:45:13 2003
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Mary, I just wanted to tell you BRAVO!!! Your Scandalous series is wonderful, I'm always waiting for one of your new books to come out. I can't wait to read your new book that is coming out for the Mistress series as well. I hope you have a wonderful summer and congradulations on your award for More than a Mistress. I loved both books, and can hardly wait for the next one!!!


Name: Shawn Saxon
E-Mail: sales@bearcreektradingcompany.com
City/State: Sakuda,SC
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 13 13:47:31 2003
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Hello - I've never went to an author's site before, but I just had to tell you how much I enjoy your writing. Your stories and characters have such depth! I cannot wait for Wulf's story. I become more intrigued with his character in every book! Thank You for giving me an escape from reality.


Name: Connie Roller
E-Mail: Writefoot@aol.com
City/State: Nixa, MO
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 13 13:18:14 2003
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Mary, I love your writing and have enjoyed the Slightly series for the past 3 months, don't know what I'll read now for the rest of the summer! Wish the others were ready already. I do have one suggestion. Would it be possible to put a pronunciation page in your books. For examples, I never know whether Bedwyn is pronounced Be-dywn or Bed-wyn. Sometimes there are other words which are also hard to decipher -- mostly names since they are unusual in today's society. Keep up the good work and have a nice summer.


Name: Krendi Walls
E-Mail: hellowalls@ev1.net
City/State: Baytown, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 13 13:02:49 2003
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Ms. Balogh, I have enjoyed your latest book "Slighty Scandalous". I hope that the Bedwyn family will continue until we see them all happily wed. I am already picturing the book about Wulfric. He is, after all, a softy at heart.:) I can not express the enjoyment that I have had in the hours spending reading your last 4 books. Please don't leave me in suspence for too long. Sincerely, Krendi Walls


Name: jean kaplan
E-Mail: jeankaplan51@yahoo.com
City/State: dallas, tx
Country: usa
Date: Thu Jun 12 22:45:18 2003
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I am an avid reader of all contemporary literature--I was an English major. I was introduced to romance novels only 2 years ago at the age of 50. You are my favorite romance author because your novels have a real story, are involving with character development, and the characters have great charisma and interaction/dialogue. I can't wait until the rest of the Bedwyn stories. Please write and publish often for your avid readers. It's probably hard to recommend other authors. But, do you have any suggestions of romance authors who write stories like yours with a story and some depth to the characters? Thank you, Jean Kaplan Dallas, Tx


Name: Sandra Bolden
E-Mail: sbbolden@earthlink.net
City/State: Washington, D. C.
Country: USA
Date: Thu Jun 12 21:31:59 2003
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Reading your wonderful books sometimes makes me wish for a time machine. I can close my eyes and imagine I'm strolling in the midst of an English garden, or waltzing in a glittering ton ballroom with a scandalous rogue. Many thanks for providing your readers with pages and pages of romantic dreams. Sandy


Name: Susan Walker
E-Mail: walkers@saccounty.net
City/State: Sacramento, CA
Country: US of A
Date: Thu Jun 12 17:27:34 2003
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I have just finished the first 3 Bedwyn books. I was somewhat surprised that I liked Slightly Scandalous as much as I did, because I found Freyja to be such an unsympathetic character in A Summer to Remember. I can hardly wait for the last 3 books in the series to be published.


Name: Mary Ann Nelson
E-Mail: Melvin8@Cox.net
City/State: Williamsburg, Virginia
Country: usa
Date: Thu Jun 12 09:10:17 2003
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i have thoroughly enjoyed reading about the Bedwyns and have kept all books for future re-reading. Are any now planned for the remaining members of the family -- especially the Duke of Bewcastle. He's such an interesting character that he deserves something special being written for him. I look forward to reading your future books.


Name: Alexia Henriquez
E-Mail: nuideas2001@yahoo.com
City/State: Sierra Vista, Arizona
Country: United States
Date: Thu Jun 12 01:13:41 2003
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I LOVE your books!!! Especially your newest series about the Bedwyns. I bought each of the first three on the first day of their release. I hate the fact that I have to wait an entire year to find out what happens to the last three of the Bedwyn siblings . . . especially the Duke of Bewcastle! While I adore Fredja and her story, Wulf is my favorite. He is so cool, calm and collected now that I can't wait to see him really rattled when love comes knocking on his door. I hope she can make him lose his presently non-existant temper and actually YELL!!! Also, I do have a small complaint. I have been going to extremes trying to find many of your out of print books. I finally found a copy of "Dancing With Clara" and devoured it . . . however, I am wondering if I am missing the last several pages of the book (printing mistake??? I don't know) or is it possible that the story ended prematurely? When the book ended, nothing had been resolved!!! Clara hadn't even danced!!! I mean, what's the point of naming the book "Dancing With Clara" if we never see her dance? Please Mary, tell me if this is just a major printing mistake or did you just forget to finish the story? I am anxiously awaiting your reply. One of Your Biggest Fans, Alex


Name: L. Jane Grigg
E-Mail: jgrigg@reginalibrary.ca
City/State: Regina
Country: Sk.
Date: Wed Jun 11 17:00:38 2003
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Hello Mary, I'm a programmer at Regent Place Library, here in Regina. It was great to read the recent Leader-Post Weekender cover story featuring you and your books. We've been planning for some time to contact you about doing a reading for our library. Marguerite Porter our Branch Head here at Regent has been a fan of yours for years, fortunately, introducing your books to me. She knows many individuals who would be extremely excited about attending such an event, some a good distance away. Your books are always in demand throughout our library system as well. If there is a possibility you'd be interested in a reading, please let us know. I will be away from work the end of June to July 10th. For planning and advertising purposes we could consider a date further down the road, perhaps into 2004. Thank you very much for considering this request. Yours truly, L. Jane Grigg Programmer Regent Place Library 107 Albert St.


Name: Julie Straus
E-Mail: julesstraus@comcast.net
City/State: Nashville, Tennessee
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 11 14:13:44 2003
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I love this last series of books. I love them so much I was wondering if the Duke will find his match sometime in the future. In each book you teased us with small tidbits of his character. I would love to see what lady can push his buttons. Thanks for entertaining me with your books, and I will wait for the next one.


Name: Elizabeth Crosswhite
E-Mail: x_white@hotmail.com
City/State: Ness City, KS
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 11 14:02:16 2003
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I really enjoy your books and am especially fond of your series. I just read Slightly Wicked/Slightly Scandolous. I hope you are planning to write a book (or three) about Wulfric, Morgan and Alleyne and not end the Bedwyn series. I also appreciate the fact that you do not write as graphic sex scenes as many of the new Romance writers do. I was a longtime fan of Barbara Cartland, but enjoy the fact that your characters are more defined. I will look forward to continuing to read your books. Elizabeth Crosswhite, x_white@hotmail.com


Name: Kay Turner
E-Mail: kayreads@earthlink.net
City/State: Torrance, Calif.
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 11 11:26:33 2003
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Mary Balogh; I have just finished the last of the "Slightly" series. I have enjoyed each one immensely. I really didn't want to read about Freyja but you made her someone I would have liked to know and certainly liked to read about. I'm waiting on pins and needles for the next one. Dare I hope it is about Wulf? Kay Turner


Name: Linda Cormack
E-Mail: lcormack@texas.net
City/State: Dallas, TX
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 11 09:15:57 2003
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Thank you for your response. Yes, I have all the "Slightly" books and am enjoying them. I am delighted to know the other are written--I was almost afraid to ask for fear that you weren't going to tackle Wulf, but I see from other readers that they are as interested in hearing his story as I am. I am in the process of collecting your books which I do not already have. That is quite a chore. If you know of a source other then Amazon, please let me know. Thanks again, Linda


Name: Annette Bonfonti
E-Mail: laceylimo@aol.com
City/State: Waretown, New Jersey
Country: United States
Date: Wed Jun 11 07:17:44 2003
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I've recently finished reading your books: A Summer to Remember, Slightly Married and Slightly Wicked. All of them are excellent books. I'm anxiously awaiting Slightly Scandalous, I haven't found it yet here in New Jersey but it's only the June 11th so I'm sure to find it soon. I can't wait to hear Wulf's story he seems such an interesting character and so strong minded. When will the other three books come out? In 2004? I've read a few Regency books from a few years ago and have enjoyed them immensely too. Thank you for such beautiful stories and I wait patiently for the final three books. Have a safe and healthy summer! Annette Bonfonti


Name: Lori Vial
E-Mail: vial5@cox.net
City/State: mesa,az.
Country: U.S.
Date: Wed Jun 11 03:29:12 2003
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Hi Mary, just finished SS. I loved it! I think it was my favorite of the slighty series. I also loved the 2 mistress books,and i read ASTR. I can't wait for the rest of the Bedwyn family stories.Take care and keep writing! Sincerly,Lori Vial


Name: Dawn Connelly
E-Mail: sunrize207@aol.com
City/State: West Islip, NY
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 10 22:57:49 2003
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I just completed the 3 Bedwyn novels along with A Summer to Remember and just wanted to tell you I enjoyed. I am excited to hear that you are writing more about the Bedwyn clan and cannot wait for them to come out.


Name: cathy decarie
E-Mail: graeme.decarie@sympatico.ca
City/State: Montreal
Country: canada
Date: Tue Jun 10 21:34:03 2003
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Great series...I love reading about the Bedwyn's.The Duke is utterly fascinating and I wish you luck and great ideas for that story. Do you know when Wulf's story will be complete? What I enjoy about the male characters is that you make them physically "normal". I can more easily relate to that then the usual perfectly toned male. The big nose is a great feature. Your dialogue is super. To date my favorite book is Aidan...the strong silent, wounded man is very touching. Thank you for the pleasure you give for a few hours-with three children 6 and under and a full time job teaching English to high school students, it's nice to relax with a good romance. It keeps me smiling. Sincerely, Cathy Decarie Montreal


Name: Carolyn Plants
E-Mail: carolynplants@yahoo.com
City/State: Huntington, WV
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 10 21:23:19 2003
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When are you going to write Wulf's story? Obviously it must be written. How about a fall from a horse, amnesia, falling for a totally unsuitable young woman, then when he is identified, he is already in love with her? Different scenario - he meets a young woman horsehandler at Tattersalls, he buys some horses which she delivers, and he ends up falling for her. YOU are the storyteller. I hope you write Wulf's story soon. I have really enjoyed each of your books, and I have read them all. Keep writing! Thanks, Carolyn Plants


Name: Joyce Cephas
E-Mail: jcephas@hotmail.com
City/State: Inglewood/CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 10 18:50:22 2003
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I've just finished reading Freyja's story and enjoyed it immensely.As far as I'm concerned, you are the heir to Georgette Heyer. I've read and enjoyed all your books that are in print and usually I can't wait for the next one to be published. I'm looking forward to Morgan's story also, Alleyne and then Bewcastle. Please keep up the good work!


Name: Kathryn McLean
E-Mail: pmclean382@aol.com
City/State: Dracut, Massachusetts
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 10 18:17:13 2003
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I have appreciated your writing for several years and am enjoying the Bedwyns!!! One question ... are you planning something for Bewcastle?? I would hate to see everyone in the family with a happy ever after and all he has is his mysterious "mistress" who he is often going to see. Thanks for the wonderful quality writing - I have been a romance reader for over 30 years and truly appreciate your stories along with the romance!!! I don't even read the "jacket" of your books - when I see your name, I know it's going to be entertaining!! Yours, Kathryn


Name: Vicki Johnson
E-Mail: Rabbitsdoe2003@yahoo.com
City/State: North Highlands
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 10 16:32:49 2003
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I love your Slightly series very much and look forward to the rest..


Name: Lee Anne Dengler
E-Mail: kldengler@hotmail.com
City/State: Young, Sk.
Country: Canada
Date: Tue Jun 10 11:56:43 2003
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Hi, went shopping for a book and found one with authors name Mary Balogh. I had to buy it as that was my Grandmothers maiden name.Have not yet read it as that was only yesterday. I am a history buff, so at this time am curious if we may be related. My mother is Evelyn Schwartzenberger(Gress),grandparents Mike & Mary Gress (Balogh), great grandparents Joseph & Magdelen Balogh (Riczu). Our Balogh family is from the Esterhazy, Stockholm area, however we are all all over the place now. I will contact you after reading your novel with my feed back. I am sure I will enjoy. I hope to hear from you. Thank-you, LeeAnne Dengler


Name: Virginia Stevenson
E-Mail: marcialove2003@yahoo.com
City/State: Irvington,NJ
Country: US
Date: Tue Jun 10 10:20:12 2003
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Dear Mrs Balogh, I enjoyed your books about the (Bedwyns family) i have read all of them. Please find time to write about the eldest brother(Wulfric the Duke of Bewcastle, he seems like he would be very interesting. He only has a mistress as of now (lets give his life a little more challenge! Someone that can step to him. Your devoted fan, Virginia Stevenson Thanks


Name: Debby Pitzer
E-Mail: debbyp@houston.rr.com
City/State: Houston, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 10 04:43:33 2003
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I cannot say it any better than Jennifer Fung just said it. I've loved your writing and have acquired your books (by hook or by crook) for so many years. I'm enjoying the Bedwyn series so much. I am looking forward to Morgan and Alleyne's stories, but I'm absolutely DYING to read Wulfric's story!


Name: Jennifer Fung
E-Mail: jenn_fung@yahoo.com
City/State: Toronto, ON
Country: Canada
Date: Tue Jun 10 00:44:30 2003
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It's hard to put into words what your writing does for me. After an exhausting week at work, the stress, the frantic pace, the sheer chaos of it all, sometimes the only thing keeping me sane is the knowledge that one of your wonderful stories is waiting for me. It doesn't matter if it's a new one or something I've read and re-read. Just knowing that the weekend is near and that I will soon be curled up with one of your books, keeps me going. Your passion for writing is clear and your skill with characterisation is truly a wonderous gift. You are, and I say this without the slightest whiff of exaggeration, the best Regency author bar none (ok, Patricia Oliver is pretty damn good too, but if I had to choose...). I never close one of your books feeling disatisfied, that the characters didn't engage me or that I would probably not read it again. I particularly love recognizing the names of characters from other novels, meeting them again and seeing facets of their personalities through the eyes of other characters. Thanks for all the fabulous stories and all the wonderful series - I practically stake out the bookstore waiting for the next one! p.s. I agree with all of your other fans - I can't wait for Wulf's story! Oh yeah, I love the names - my friend's dog is named Freyja. Of course, the best Regency writer in the world would have to be a Canadian!


Name: Jazz Pandell
E-Mail: JPandell@aol.com
City/State: Fullerton/CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jun 10 00:17:39 2003
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I have been reading your books forever--I so enjoy them and look for them first when I shop for books!


Name: Sandra Morrison(was Santo)
E-Mail: adshill@shaw.ca
City/State: Prince George, BC
Country: Canada
Date: Mon Jun 9 23:26:20 2003
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I can't tell you how much I enjoy your books. I get a real kick out of picking up one of your books and telling the cashier you were my high school literature teacher. I'm sure half the people do not believe me. I am still and always have been a constant reader. I usually have 2 to 3 books on the go. I have serious ones which I am supposed to learn from, usually a gardening one, or something off the wall and always a so called romantic one, which is how I get away from the rat race and really relax. Besides I don't know how many historical romances have sent me off to read actual history on the era I have read about. I have a dream of some day trying to write a book like this but I think it will have to wait a while, then again who knows. I want to thank you again for great books and also the ones you autographed for me. I also want to thank you for bring s great teacher to a bunch of brats. Your first year in Kipling must have been part hell! Regards Sandra


Name: Linda Cormack
E-Mail: lcormack@texas.net
City/State: Dallas, TX
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 9 23:22:00 2003
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I have enjoyed your books so much and have collected most except the very early ones. In many of the stories there is a particularly poignant ending, with some lovely thought, hopes and dreams brought together. I appreciate your delicacy. AND I also enjoy your children--makes me wish I had been more observant of my 2 sons. Little ones in your books are beautifully represented. Thank you, Linda


Name: michelle tobing
E-Mail: mstrn38@aol.com
City/State: bklyn, ny
Country:
Date: Mon Jun 9 22:25:38 2003
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i love your slightly series...i can't wait for the last three...especially wulf-the duke's story! i know its going to be H-O-T!!!!!please don't make me wait till '04 publish his story soon..i'm dying to find out more about him!!! michelle


Name: TAMMY NAQUIN
E-Mail: naquin3468@yahoo.com
City/State: montegut,louisiana
Country: usa
Date: Mon Jun 9 21:58:20 2003
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Love your books!! Will you do books on the rest of Bedwyn clan too?


Name: Shelby Brehm
E-Mail: sdbrehm@aol.com
City/State: Bogart, GA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 9 20:45:42 2003
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Dear Mary: I have been reading the Bedwyn family series of romance novels and have thoroughly enjoyed all of them. One problem, though. I am dying to read the Duke of Bewcastle's story! The suspense is killing me! I can't wait for it to come out because I just bet it will top all of the others in the series! You have created quite a mysterious character who deserves a jolt in the seat of his oh-so-proper trousers, and I know you'll give it to him. Thanks for all the many hours of reading pleasure thus far! Sincerely. Shelby Brehm


Name: WILMA LEMOINE
E-Mail: WLEMOINE01@AOL.COM
City/State: TULSA OK
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 9 18:00:52 2003
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I JUST BOUGHT THE BOOK SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS, I AM ANXIOUS TO START READING IT. MY COUSIN GAVE ME YOUR WEB SITE, SHE REVIEWS BOOKS FOR THE WORD ON ROMANCE, HER NAME IS SISSY JACOBS, I REALLY ENJOYED YOUR SITE,THANK YOU, WILMA


Name: Kathy Lucas
E-Mail: kathy.lucas@MID.State.MS.US
City/State: Byram, Mississippi
Country: Hinds
Date: Mon Jun 9 17:29:01 2003
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Just finished reading Slightly Scandalous - it was wonderful. I can't wait for the other 3 books to be released. I am also going to read the "Mistress" series next. Just continue to write your wonderful stories.


Name: Liz Davis
E-Mail: lizdavis59@yahoo.com
City/State: Ohio
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 9 12:39:00 2003
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You are a wonderful writer. I just finished reading Slightly Scandalous. I can't wait for the other 3. Thank you for your books. Liz


Name: Kim McClure
E-Mail: kimmcclure_37@msn.com
City/State: Las Vegas, NV
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 9 11:34:48 2003
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Oh Mary! I have enjoyed the Bedwyn Family books for awhile now and do hope that Wulf will be showing up in one of your books soon.! PLEASE.


Name: Erica
E-Mail: rickimicki@yahoo.com
City/State: Chapel Hill, NC
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 9 11:10:13 2003
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I have loved your books ever since I got hooked on the series involving the Carews. I really appreciate the series page which shows how all the books are interrelated and which ones I am missing. Finally, I can't wait to read the book about Wulfric!!! I was worried you wouldn't write one and now I will be going to law school and planning to drop everything the moment it is published.


Name: flora coladonato
E-Mail: fcoladonato@dtcc.com
City/State: brooklyn, new york
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 9 09:54:45 2003
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I am so happy that you are doing a series on the entire Bedwyn family. I am enjoying them so much. Will you be saving the Duke for last? I want his heart to melt and find happines like his siblings. I see from reading your other messages that I am not the only one waiting for his story. Have a great summer!!


Name: Sandi Chevalier-Batik
E-Mail: Sandi@pleiadespublishing.com
City/State: Denver CO
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 9 02:38:42 2003
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I just finished Your "Bedwyns trilogy". Three books over one weekend. Thank you. It has been a long time since I've enjoyed books that much. I was visiting my local bookstore late last week and bemoaning the lack of any really "Wonderful Reads". Thankfully, the owner recommended your series. I enjoyed them so much; I'm ordering your backlist from her tomorrow. I hope that somewhere in that fabulous mind of yours, a story worthy of Wulfric, Duke of Bewcastle is being plotted. He is too rich a character to overlook. Thanks again. Im so glad I found a new author whose work is fresh and so well written. As someone who reads about seven books a week, I know how rare that is in todays market place. Sandi Chevalier Batik PS Please let me know about any future releases.


Name: Mary Jo Warren
E-Mail: maryjoneil@aol.com
City/State: Krum, Texas
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sun Jun 8 22:50:32 2003
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I've just finished reading Slightly Scandalous and loved it. Although I'm looking forward to reading Morgan and Alleyne's stories; I must admit, it's Wulf's story I'm dying to read. He such a fascinating character. Can you tell me the publication dates for these next three in the series?


Name: Tracy MacGregor
E-Mail: spacytrace69@yahoo.ca
City/State: Calgary,Alberta
Country: Canada
Date: Sun Jun 8 21:21:18 2003
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I just finished the first 4 books about the Bedwyn family and I can't wait for the last 3 books! These are the first books I have read by Mary Balogh! You have a new fan for as long as you keep writing books!


Name: Tenna Webb
E-Mail: tennawebb@hotmail.com
City/State: Bloomington, Illinois
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 8 20:57:24 2003
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Hello Mary, I have over the years read most if not all of your books. Recetly I have just finished the new series of the Bedwyn family members (I just got through with slightly scandalous). My question to you, are you really going to make your fans wait until 2004 to finish this six book family story. Since the first "Slightly" title I have been waiting for word that you will be doing a book on Wulfric, Duke of Bedwyn. I am glad to know you will be telling his story, I would just like for it to come out sooner! Thaks for the many years of enjoyable reading, Tenna


Name: Dianna Dalrymple
E-Mail: dianna.dalrymple@ns.sympatico.ca
City/State: Lake Charlotte, Nova Scotia
Country: Canada
Date: Sun Jun 8 20:39:44 2003
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I just finished reading the first 3 of the 6 books of the Bedwyns. I loved them! I cannot wait for the following three books to come out in print. I enjoyed reading about the tough spirit, and deep love shared by these wonderful characters and am looking forward to reading about the woman who is actually able to warm Wulfric's heart. I am sure there is more to him than what meets the eye. His story I look forward to the most. Most likely because he seems to be the most hardened. But the most likely to fall the hardest. Bravo, I loved them from the start! Sincerely, Dianna Dalrymple


Name: Francine Hooten
E-Mail: leader@usit.net
City/State: Camden, Tennessee
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 8 19:56:56 2003
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Your books are wonderful! I'm so looking forward to your next in the Bedwyn series. You are my favorite author--thanks for writing such great books!


Name: J
E-Mail: jhganis@earthlink.net
City/State: California
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 8 16:59:41 2003
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What a joy to read a whole slew of new Balogh books at once! I love this new publishing plan of three new books in the space of just three months...I hope that trend continues. And what wonderful books they are. Can't wait to read the rest of the siblings' stories!


Name: Linda Klever
E-Mail: lindaklever@nccn.net
City/State: Nevada City, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 8 16:27:55 2003
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I have enjoyed your "Slightly" books... I am on the third one now and am wondering if you will be continuing the Bedwyn series.... I am particularly enjoying Joshua and Freija's story because I know how difficult it is for a girl like Freija to find a life partner who appreciates her particular personality... Keep up the good work!


Name: Janice Conklin
E-Mail: jcconk@localnet.com
City/State: Lock Haven, PA
Country: US
Date: Sun Jun 8 13:03:12 2003
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I look forward to all your books. I have every one you have ever published, starting back when you were writing signet books.Ireread them and some have been reread so many time they are getting a little ragged. Keep up the good work. Janice


Name: Doris Wilson
E-Mail: dawil1@bellsouth.net
City/State: Soddy-Daisy, TN
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 7 23:34:26 2003
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I'm just about finished with "Slightly Scandalous". I look forward to the Bedwyn family book completion. Are there any plans to do a story on Sydnam Butler? I think I've ready just about all of the books that Mary Balogh has written. I love them all.


Name: Barbara Gleeson
E-Mail: bdgleeson@msn.com
City/State: Chicago, IL
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jun 7 17:49:24 2003
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I, too, have enjoyed the A Summer to Remember and all the slightly ones. When will be able to purchase Slightly Tempted as well as Alleyne and Wulf stories? I am most anxious to do so. These have truly been wonderful books. I hate for them to end!


Name: Angeline Bijarro
E-Mail: angelhouse5@yahoo.com
City/State: Flat Rock Michigan
Country: U.S.
Date: Sat Jun 7 10:31:48 2003
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Thank-you so much I can not remember when I had enjoyed a book so much as when I read " A Summer to Remember" and all the "Slightly" ones to come after it I do have one complaint though and even though I know that not every story needs a happy ending I would very much like to know what Wulf story is, so would my daughter who tried to take my last "Slightly Wicked " book before I was even finshed "rotten kid" haha anyway, if there is one to come please let me know via the email. Once, again thank-you so much : A most ardent fan!! Mrs. Angeline Bijarro


Name: Amanda
E-Mail: ascox1@bigpond.com
City/State: Melbourne
Country: Australia
Date: Sat Jun 7 05:05:55 2003
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Thanks for writing such wonderful books! I have enjoyed "The Mistress" and The Bedwyn series immensely. Waiting with great anticipation for Wulf's story. Would be interested to see if Miss Martin is mentioned again. Thanks again for writing great books!


Name: Amanda
E-Mail: ascox1@bigpond.com
City/State: Melbourne
Country: Australia
Date: Sat Jun 7 03:41:26 2003
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Thank you for writing such wonderful books! Enjoyed immensely "The Mistress" and "The Bedwyns" series so far. Can't wait for Wulf's story, he sounds such an intriguing man! It would be interesting to see if he and Miss Martin meet up again, since it is implied briefly, that she is the only woman, outside his family, who has stood up to him & walked away from him. Also if it is he who uses the gamekeepers hut as a retreat. Ah well, like the rest of your fans, I sit back and await eagerly Wulf's story (plus Alleyne's & Morgan's). Again, thanks for writing such lovely stories, keep up the great work!


Name: Gwen Weisner
E-Mail: gwen@declan.com
City/State: Palo Alto CA
Country: Santa Clara
Date: Fri Jun 6 20:26:38 2003
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When will we get Wulf's story? He has become such an interesting character. I try to imagine who or what is in his future, but I'm not Mary Balogh.


Name: Mary Sue Russell
E-Mail: booklady@budget.net
City/State: Grants Pass, Oregon97527
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 6 19:03:00 2003
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I think I have read everything you've written and love them all. Such interesting characters. I will always buy a book with your name on it . Thank you for sharing your imagination and the talent to write it all down.


Name: gilda freeman
E-Mail: ammie39532@aol.com
City/State: biloxi, miss.
Country: united states
Date: Fri Jun 6 17:44:51 2003
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thanks,for the great books. i recently finish your two books about the bedwyn family. i loved them, hope you are going to write bewcastle story. thanks again for all you great books i have read all of them. your fan gilda freeman.


Name: Rachael Detwiller
E-Mail: rdet3@hotmail.com
City/State: Newton, New Jersey
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 6 17:20:45 2003
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P.S. I had to mention that I appreciate the beautiful covers of these latest books! Often I pass over reading a book because the covers are so racy and I don't want them lying around for my young children to see. Keep the "ravishing to the inside" :) Thanks for your taste!


Name: Rachael Detwiller
E-Mail: rdet3@hotmail.com
City/State: Newton, New Jersey
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 6 17:12:54 2003
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I stumbled upon No Man's Mistress, then on to More than A Mistress, and by A Summer to Remember you were definitely among my top 3 favorite authors!! I loved that Lauren was so normal and conservative or "proper" because so often the women are so different from the rest of society and have amazing abilities or beauty. Or the opposite and you think what an idiot this woman is. I have relished reading all the Bedwyn books! I truly appreciated the April, May, June releases which I looked forward to each month! I am so excited to hear the rest of the family's story especially the Duke. I enjoyed the scene in Slightly Scandalous when Becky climbs on his lap. I wonder about his mistress...what will her role be in the book? You've been blessed with a great talent! Hurry with the rest of this family's story please. In the meantime I will back track and read your other books that I have discovered on your website!! With gratitude for the great stories, Rachael


Name: Liz
E-Mail: EDigra5754@aol.com
City/State: Louisiana
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 6 16:16:08 2003
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I am an ardent fan and love all of your books, especially the Bedwyn series. I just finished SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS and adored it. Read it in 6 hours! I can't wait for the rest of the Bedwyn clan, especially Wulf's story. You are an automatic buy for me when you books come out. Thank you for giving me so many hours of terrific reading. Liz


Name: Beverly Nelson
E-Mail: Dwnatthezoo@aol.com
City/State: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Country: US
Date: Fri Jun 6 14:56:45 2003
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I happened to pick up Slightly Married a few weeks ago, intending to have something to do for a rainy evening. I have to tell you how wonderful it was. I began searching bookstores all over town for the rest of your books. I just can't stop reading one once I begin. I eagerly anticipate any future books, especially ones about the Bedwyns.


Name: Maria-Elena Alvarez
E-Mail: mari_elena_alvarez
City/State: Toronto, Ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Fri Jun 6 11:30:49 2003
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Thank you Mary for all the wonderful books. I have purchased your recent four-regengy books. Are you going to continue writing for the three-remaining characters, specially Wulf? I would really like to read his story - I'll appreciate your reply.


Name: Anne B. Trueman
E-Mail: daffy71@ultrasw.com
City/State: Tucson, AZ
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 6 11:06:56 2003
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Thank you for the Bedwyn series. I can hardly wait for the duke's story! How on earth you are going to get him to let go and laugh I cannot imagine, but anticipate with great glee! I have enjoyed all your stories thus far, with "Heartless" being my favorite. I seem to have some kind of strong empathy for the duke. He really touches my heart. Not that I don't like all your heroes! You do what so many do not do, i.e., you give the sometimes very flawed men a core of goodness that pops to the surface in time to redeem them! That, to me, is what a romance novel is all about: flawed HUMANS who learn to care, particularly the men. So many men in this world just don't know how to really care. They want to, and many times they try very hard, but, bottom line, they just "don't get it" and so their efforts fail. I've read many novels where the hero is truly not redeemable, written by authors who have excellent style, good plot, well-delineated characters, but, the men still come off mean-spirited. Hurry with Bewcastle's story! Egads, what a climax to the series! Just great. I say "hurry" as if it were something you could do in a snap without reference to printing and publishing and all that jazz! Take care, dear lady. Best regards from a faithful reader. Anne Trueman


Name: denise mobley
E-Mail: sneezy33@hotmail.com
City/State: Tulsa, OK
Country: USA
Date: Fri Jun 6 02:18:47 2003
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I just finished Slightly Scandalous and I must say I enjoyed it thoroughly. It was so fun. Made me laugh out loud several times. Read it through in one night. I look forward to the rest of the Bedwyns.


Name: Daphne Sears
E-Mail: DaphneSears@netscape.net
City/State: Toronto, Ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Thu Jun 5 18:41:58 2003
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Just wanted to tell you that you're one of my favourite authors. I've just finished reading Slightly Wicked (I hounded the bookstore for weeks till it came in!!)- you've surpassed yourself with this series and I can't wait for Slightly Scandalous to hit the stores. The Bedwyns are really wonderful - like many others, I'm really anxious to read Wulf's story - I'm sure she'll be a really special lady! Thanks, keep up the good work! Daphne


Name: Rebecca Czankner
E-Mail: rczankner@comcast.net
City/State: Newark, DE
Country: United States
Date: Thu Jun 5 18:17:21 2003
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Hello Mary, I just wanted to say that I've really enjoyed the Bedwyn family series and can't wait for Wulf's story (everyone seems to like him the best). You mentioned that you're still working on the last two, but you didn't say when they would be coming out. It was great to be able to pick up a new book in the series every month (I felt really spoiled!!!) I've also enjoyed your other books as well, keep up the good work. Thank you! Rebecca


Name: Carol Blessing
E-Mail: Crgnbl.aol.com
City/State: Colorado Springs, CO
Country: U.S.
Date: Thu Jun 5 13:06:37 2003
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Dear Mary, I just love your Bedwyn series and am elated that you will be writing a book about Wulf. He is a commanding presence in the previous books. I read everything you write and hope you continue your scintillating books for a long time to come. Sincerely, Carol Blessing


Name: Kim Tae-Yang
E-Mail: gkrry@kornet.net
City/State: Seoul
Country: South Korea
Date: Wed Jun 4 10:48:48 2003
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Dear Mrs. Mary Balogh, Hello, I am very pleased to write you like this, and I have some problem which I have to clarify very urgently. First of all, please let me introduce my self to you. I have met your captivating novel when I first read 'Gentle Conquest', and since then, I have been the voracious fan of your books. I remember that it was 1989 which was the first time I found your books at the second-hand English book shop near US army base in Seoul, Korea. Since then, you are my favorite writer which I always have to have big eyes seeking your books in so many books. After this Internet has made much easier to find your books through auction, I am collecting your books. Anyway, I am now working as the traslater of the romance novels in Korea, and this time, I am really honored to translate your books into Korean for the first time, which I introduced to my publishing company, and had gotten your approval through agency. That first book will be your acclaimed 'More than a Mistress', and you can imagine what a fun I had translating your books with the utmost respect for your talent. The Korean translated book will come out at July 20, 2003, and before that I have one big problem which I need your help. At this moment, I don't have 'No Men's Mistress' with me, it is coming from USA, but before it arrives, this matter should be solved. In Korea, we don't call the siblings by first names between themselves. It is confutianism and so we have to call them Tresham brother, Ferdinand brother, or Angeline sister. The thing is that I am not sure of which one is elder between Fredinand and Angeline. I thought that their birth order is Tresham - Ferdinand - Angeline (the youngest) and traslated accordance with that order making Angeline calling Ferdinand, as a Ferdinand brother. But if the order is different, as I have to translate now 'No man's mistress' and then later on, the Angeline's story...which I am waiting for greaT expectation, your kind comment will be deeply appreciated. If I know your address, I would like to send Korean translated book to you, which would be great honor to me. I just love your book really too much!!!


Name: Maurie White
E-Mail: mauriemobo@aol.com
City/State: Lafayette, LA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jun 4 04:52:55 2003
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Hello Mary, I have loved reading your stories about the Bedwyns. I was wondering if you are going to write Wulf's story? Out of all your colorful characters he seems to me to be in need of a fantastic love and an even greater woman. I am looking forward to reading more of your books. Thank you for being a great writer. Maurie


Name: kris
E-Mail: pplous@golden.net
City/State: toronto
Country: canada
Date: Tue Jun 3 17:49:54 2003
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Anyway you can let us know when the remaining Bedwyn siblings' books will be published? Particularly Wulfric's story. Just finished Slightly scandalous and enjoyed it a great deal. Especially any mention of Bewcastle!!!!


Name: Gloria Lerma
E-Mail: GMLERMABRAT@CS.COM
City/State: Redlands, CA
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Mon Jun 2 22:36:47 2003
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I love your books! I read them in one day and then starve until your next one. I'm waiting particularly for Bewcastle's story.


Name: Sandi Phillips
E-Mail: books25@cableone.net
City/State: Clarkston/WA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 2 17:53:21 2003
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Thank you for the many, many hours of enjoyable reading! I hope that you have a book in the works with the Duke of Bewcastle as the main character?!? Again many thanks, I so appreciate your work. Sandi Phillips


Name: Tami Schwarz
E-Mail: TamaraS@crawleypetroleum.com
City/State: Oklahoma City, OK
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jun 2 07:53:38 2003
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I really enjoy all your books but have thoroughly enjoyed the Bedwyn's stories and I hope you will continue with the other brothers and sister. As I read these stories you really do seem to make the character's real and it is wonderful to get lost in stories like these. Please keep up the wonderful work.


Name: Maria Shaw
E-Mail: mariele812@hotmail.com
City/State: Miami, Florida
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 1 22:09:12 2003
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I love your books and have been reading them for years and years - I think I've read most of them. Currently, I'm thoroughly enjoying the Bedwyn series and can't wait for the rest of the books, more so the one about Bewcastle. Are there estimated release dates for the other three? Thank you so much for keeping us entertained. Reading "Romance" is the best therapy in the world! Maria Shaw


Name: Kit Kwan
E-Mail: kpkwan22@yahoo.com
City/State: New York, NY
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 1 21:33:39 2003
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I am a great fan of your books and have read all that is currently in print. I cannot wait for your book on Wulfric Bewcastle. He is definitly the most intriguing member of the family. Thank you so much for your writing!


Name: Deborah Walter
E-Mail: elizadarby@islc.net
City/State: Beaufort, South Carolina
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jun 1 16:52:15 2003
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When my grandmother introduced me to Georgette Heyer in 1971, I proceded to read every Regency and Georgian romances that she had written and continued to do so until her death. I did not think anyone could top her, but Mrs. Balogh, you come quite close! There is not a book of yours yet that I have not picked up, read, and thoroughly enjoyed. I have read most of your works since 1990 and am now going back on-line to find those I haven't. One book that keeps "popping up" as a favorite of your readers is The Secret Pearl. Did you know used/rare booksellers have this "jewel of a book" priced at $30 to $40 (paperback!!)? You should negotiate with your agent and your publisher to reprint this one. I know many of your fans including myself would love to read it! Thank you so much for sharing your gift and providing us a "world to slip into." Deborah Walter Beaufort, South Carolina


Name: Ellen B. Anderson
E-Mail: eanders2@utk.edu
City/State: Knoxville, TN
Country: USA
Date: Sat May 31 14:14:57 2003
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Mary, I'm fairly new to your books and must tell you how I enjoy your writing. You create the most humane and dear people, and your feel for the workings of the heart is intelligent and perceptive. Your characters have a wholeness that is wonderful. I've just finished The Secret Pearl, which I loved. Other favorites so far have been Courting Julia, Dancing with Clara, The Wood Nymph, and Web of Love. Thank you for sharing your talent with us!


Name: Elisabeth Anderson Tiessen
E-Mail: elisabethkay@gardener.com
City/State: Elk Grove Village, IL
Country: USA
Date: Sat May 31 12:11:52 2003
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What a beautiful website! I've been collecting your books for years, and look for your name whenever I visit bookstores. Your heriones are never silly, and I like the fact that your books are sensual rather than sexy. (In my opinion, reading about how characters feel, rather than dwelling on the mechanics of what they are doing, is much more interesting!)


Name: Audrey Courtney
E-Mail: peanuts@vianet.ca
City/State: Marathon, Ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Sat May 31 00:38:11 2003
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Mary, I am a fan from way back. We use to reside in Kipling in the early eighties....when you first started writing. My husband, Ignatius, was town foreman then. We remember hearing your pleasant voice singing in Church. Just wanted to tell you that I still buy your books...always make a trip to Coles to keep up...so happy for you that your writing dreams have come true. Glad to hear that your family is all well. Your daughter, Jacqueline, knew our son, Andrew. Keep on writing and take care.


Name: misty
E-Mail: sweetmistytx69@aol.com
City/State: houston/ texas
Country: usa
Date: Fri May 30 19:45:01 2003
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thank you for the stories you write about the ton, the aristicrats etc, they are very well written and very awesome to read. thank you so much im waiting for wulfs story, he sounds intriging, and also the rest of the family, as soon as there off the press i buy them luv your work misty


Name: Deborah
E-Mail: mxlow@swbell.net
City/State: Austin Texas
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 30 00:29:04 2003
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I love your books Mary. But the one I want to read the most is The Secret Pearl. Is there any possibility that it might be republished in the near future?I have already tried used books. The average price is around 30.00. HELP!


Name: cassandra
E-Mail: cassandrafraser7@earthlink.net
City/State: queens newyork
Country: usa
Date: Thu May 29 18:19:38 2003
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dear mary, i just started reading again i am a busy mom and the first books i picked up had your name on them infact when i start reading them i can't put them down until i am finished.your books are just the type of book i love to read. i just loved slightly married and i can't wait to buy the rest of the series i haven't read the one before that yet when i'm going to amazon.com to find it and buy and and everything thing else that i haven't read that you wrote. keep up the good work!


Name: Rochelle Cunningham
E-Mail: mahogany210@cox.net
City/State: Peoria, Arizona
Country: USA
Date: Thu May 29 14:01:47 2003
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Dear Mary; Just wanted to let you know that I read every book that I could find with you name on it. Your characters are so real, that I laughed, cried and rejoiced with each of them. All of your books are definitely "Keepers". I am anxiously awaiting for "Slightly Scandalous" to reach my bookstore. I look forward to reading all of the marvelous tales you have yet to tell. I especially want know Wulfric's story. Rochelle


Name: Laura Tenenbaum
E-Mail: lrubbo@aol.com
City/State: Carmel, Indiana
Country: USA
Date: Thu May 29 07:49:40 2003
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Hello Ms. Balogh, I just finished reading One Night for Love and loved it! I know that the character Lauren will appear in A Summer to Remember but I was wondering if Lily and Neville appear in any other books or if you have plans to include them in future books. I enjoyed reading about their relationship and was left wondering about their future -- is Lily really barren? how are her lessons progressing? etc., etc. thanks so much. Laura P.S. I also enjoyed reading the Mistress series and am looking forward to the last book in that series.


Name: Altravise Smtih
E-Mail: fourptwos@aol.com
City/State: New York, NY
Country: USA
Date: Wed May 28 07:19:45 2003
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I love your book slightly married, I thougt is was very moving. I especially like Wulf, here is a man who had to take on responsiblity early. Are you writing a book about him and if you are when is it coming out. That is a story I am looking forward to. I am about to read slightly wicked and slightly scandalous. I am also going to read the first book about kit. forever a fan Altravise


Name: Souky
E-Mail: Soukyb@hotmail.com
City/State: Stafford, VA
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 27 22:33:40 2003
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I apologize, I retract that first sentence. I have just finished the first 3 books, the last which is Rannulf's story. I can't wait until the others come out and am very excited to find out when the other books are coming out?


Name: Souky
E-Mail: Soukyb@hotmail.com
City/State: Stafford, VA
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 27 22:28:35 2003
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I have just finished Alleyne's story. I am thrilled and can't wait until the others come out... When do we get the info on the other 3 siblings?


Name: Sheena
E-Mail: guessgirlsheena@aol.com
City/State: Hartford, CT
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 27 18:56:02 2003
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My friend recently turned my on to A Summer To Remember. I have to say that I have not stopped with that book alone. I am highly anticipating Freyja's story. I have read some of the other post to you and I was wondering will there be a story on Morgan? I hope so. I would love to read about Wulfric also. But please do not stop writing I love to read.


Name: Ima
E-Mail: aau9@cdc.gov
City/State: Atlanta
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 27 18:06:52 2003
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Like so many others I can't wait for Wulfric Bedwyn, Duke of Bewcastle, and his romance. I know, I know, you can't give anything away, but I hope you don't match him with an heiress of his standing. All the siblings seem to go for someone who is their match regardless of class, and I hope he is no different. I was hoping that Morgan's governess might be his love interest, just because he's so arrogant, and a smart governess might be a well deserved surprise for a guy who prides himself on both his superiority and his strict adherence to the ton's rules. A woman just like him, who he doesn't expect to best him because he keeps underestimating her. Someone to give him his comeupance. Oh well. However it happens, I can't wait! I love your books and look forward to many more. :D - Faithful Fan!


Name: Etta Daniels
E-Mail: ettad02@attbi.com
City/State: Fresno, CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 27 15:26:41 2003
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I have just discovered your wonderful stories and am enjoying reading one after another. You are a super writer.


Name: Dolores
E-Mail: dollywood@jumpy.it
City/State: Cava dei Tirreni ( Sa)
Country: Italy
Date: Tue May 27 13:53:42 2003
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Ms Balogh, I really love your books, you are able to create characters and places that are really believable. unfortunately not all your books have been translated in Italian...it's really a pity! Anyway I am looking forward to your next work to be translated


Name: Stephanie
E-Mail: stephanie@anisoptera.com
City/State: Denver/CO
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 27 12:13:14 2003
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I recently read _A Christmas Marriage_. It was the first of your books. Then I found _No Man's Mistress_. But this past weekend my sister gave me _Slightly Married_. I had enjoyed the first two I read, but I fell in love with Aidan and Eve. And got a giggle out of the "Adam" and "Eve". I can't wait to read Rannulf and Freya's stories. But what about Bewcastle? :-) He really needs someone to stand up to him and love him in spite of himself, doesn't he. LOL! BB Stephanie


Name: Carrie
E-Mail: korzi@comcast.net
City/State: Pgh.,PA
Country: US
Date: Sun May 25 15:49:04 2003
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I can't wait for Wulf's story! Will there be a story for Gwendoline, Lady Muir? If so, when?


Name: Miriam Fleisheer
E-Mail: mir212@earthlink.net
City/State: New York, N. Y.
Country: USA
Date: Sun May 25 03:40:18 2003
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Has Signet ever thought of re-releasing some of your earlier works like The Trysting Place, A Promise of Spring, The Wood Nymph, etc. I see them offered on e-bay and the prices go up to $27.00! I'd love to get hold of them but even the used bookstores offer them at outrageous costs. Would you have any influence in their decision to reissue the earlier books?


Name: Iris Leon
E-Mail: IrisTL@aol.com
City/State: L.A. C.A.
Country:
Date: Sat May 24 20:46:33 2003
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I allow myself some crazy money every month. You've used it up the last two months. Thanks so much


Name: Toni Hernandez
E-Mail: leapyearlexi@yahoo.com
City/State: Copperas Cove Tx
Country: United States
Date: Sat May 24 15:42:47 2003
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I have just started your series with the bedwyns and I like them and I also found some that was also connected to the other books and I read them also... I just recently started reading your books and I find them to be very entertaining... thank you.... Can't wait for the rest of the Bedwyn series to get here....


Name: gball
E-Mail: gball350@aol.com
City/State: Tennessee
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 23 14:28:28 2003
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Hi, I'm am so excited that you are writing multiple books. It has been really hard waiting for one a year. I have recently shared your books with my daugther who is a contemporay reader and she is really enjoy your Regencies and can't wait for the next. I'm sure this is selfish on my part, but keep up the great writing.


Name: maria everton
E-Mail: joannawannabe@aol.com
City/State: new bedford ma
Country: bristol
Date: Fri May 23 13:09:11 2003
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i love your books are you writting any thing new...i am a fan who only buys hardcover books my book case has all your books can you tell me if you write under another name ...thank you


Name: Christa Stover
E-Mail: ChristaStover@msn.com
City/State: Roseville, CA
Country: USA
Date: Wed May 21 18:37:09 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I am a fan of yours and have been reading your trilogy about the Bedwyn family and was wondering if you were going to write about Wulfric. You add such depth to your characters, and I find that I am very curious as to the end of his story. Sincerely, Christa Stover


Name: Carol Roddy
E-Mail: croddy@columbus.rr.com
City/State: Columbus, OH
Country: USA
Date: Wed May 21 13:15:19 2003
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Ms. Balogh--I have enjoyed your books over the years very much but I was bowled over by Slightly Married. Aiden Bedwyn is wonderful, but I find I can't wait to hear Wulf's story. Thanks for making my month!


Name: Janie Vogel
E-Mail: vogeljanie@hotmail.com
City/State: Saint Jo, TX
Country: US
Date: Tue May 20 19:07:46 2003
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Love your books, I always like an epilogue to finish the tale and you almost always provide one. Your story telling is wonderful, only problem, when I start a book I'm not good for anything else until its finished!


Name: Mary Tzope
E-Mail: mtzope@rcn.com
City/State: Bethlehem
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 20 15:22:30 2003
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I love your books! I have just finished One Night for Love. What a story, it is the best Historical romance book I ever read. Written with such feeling and emotions. Fast paced and great story line. I just could not put it down. I don't read many books twice but this one is a must. Thanks Mary


Name: Donna J Ulrich
E-Mail: grulrich@hutchtel.net
City/State: Stewart, MN
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 20 15:21:03 2003
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I just picked up "Slightly Wicked" last Friday and could not rest until I put it down. Boy, was it fun to read! I am currently looking for more of your books but other than the internet I don't have many choices. Soon I will have them. I just wanted to say that I discovered you and now you have a new fan and am very excited about reading all your books old and new. Sincerely Donna J Ulrich


Name: Kathy Lucas
E-Mail: kathy.lucas@MID.State.MS.US
City/State: Jackson, MS
Country: US
Date: Mon May 19 16:55:27 2003
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I just finished "Slightly Wicked" and it was wonderful. Can't wait for "Slightly Scandalas". Will read every on of the Bedwyn series. I have not read the Mistress books but hope to start them soon.


Name: Lori Colborne-Barry
E-Mail: lori@princefreightlines.com
City/State: Wellington Centre, PEI
Country: Canada!
Date: Mon May 19 12:22:25 2003
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Unless you count the bubble gum I sent to Mr. Dress-Up, Casey and Finnegan as a four year old, I have never written a "fan letter" before. However, I just had to let you know how much pleasure I have received from your "Wicked" series and look forward to the sequels. It prompted me to try your earlier works, as well, and I've been revelling in them this Victoria Day weekend. Thank you so much for posting your additional chapter to More Than A Mistress. I finished the book this morning and unexpectedly found the "real" ending on line shortly thereafter. You certainly were correct in submitting it--just goes to show, in my opinion, that editors don't always know what is best! As a former Prairie dweller (I spent my teen years at Canadian Force Bases Portage la Prairie, MB) it is wonderful to read a highly successful author who is from Western Canada. Thanks for many, many hours of enjoyment.


Name: Isabelle Normand
E-Mail: jezounette@hotmail.com
City/State: Montral - Qubec
Country: Canada
Date: Sun May 18 10:07:56 2003
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Even if I like the other brothers and sisters, the story that I want to read the most is Bewcastle! Please don't let us wait too long! I really love to read your book! Keep going! It's fantastic!


Name: Laura Arnsbarger
E-Mail: lauraarnsbarger@cox.net
City/State: Oceanside, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sun May 18 08:56:15 2003
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Dear Mary, I am very much your fan, and ever more so after reading "Slightly Married" and "Slightly Wicked." The Bedwyns are wonderful! Great characters, great stories, great writing. I'm looking forward to all the other siblings' stories, though I'm sure you're saving the Duke's for last. And I can't wait to meet the woman who takes him on! You're such a good storyteller. Thank you for the many hours of reading pleasure I've had -- and are still to come. Sincerely, Laura Arnsbarger


Name: Margaret A. Stettner
E-Mail: MAGStheTIGER@aol.com
City/State: Antioch
Country: United States
Date: Fri May 16 22:02:33 2003
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Ms Balogh- I love all your books. Just finished "Slightly Wicked" and am waiting impatiently for "Slightly Scandalous." Is Wulfric going to get his come-uppance in his own book? Lord, I hope so! I'm dying to read of some woman whispering "Wulfie" in his ear. Write on and thanks for so many enjoyable hours.


Name: Marsha Vail
E-Mail: MVail11@attbi.com
City/State: Irving, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 16 18:07:56 2003
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I really love all your Books..I guess I specially loved the Courting Julia series. I am a big fan and just keep writing.


Name: JoAnn Barr
E-Mail: JBarr@ruston.org
City/State: Ruston, LA
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 16 15:19:05 2003
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I just finished "More Than A Mistress" today and was excited to find the epilogue to it on your website! The epilogue was great and was a closure for me. I wish you have been able to include it in the book. Your 1st book to read was "A Summer to Remember" which was GREAT! I was hooked after it. Your characters are not shallow - all looks with no brains, and your females actually think for themselves. I look forward to reading your "Slightly" series. Good luck with your future writings- I look forward to reading them!


Name: Elaine Carlini-Davis
E-Mail: elainecarlini_davis@hotmail.com
City/State: W. Bloomfield, MI
Country: USA
Date: Thu May 15 19:18:26 2003
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I love your books. The first time I was aware of one was when I listened to the unabridged "More Than A Mistress" while taking a trip. You pulled me into the duke's and Jane's story. My husband felt the same and he would never consider himself interested in a romance. I've since bought the paperback and the hardback and the Recorded Books Collector's Edition. I've listened to it a few times, besides reading it. It's right up there with "Pride and Prejudice" as my favorite books. Thanks.


Name: Janet Webb
E-Mail: j-webb@curciowebb.com
City/State: Tiburon, California
Country: United States
Date: Thu May 15 16:07:13 2003
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Dear Mary, Your books are marvelous - I've discovered them recently and would find it impossible to choose a favourite (although Longing is just wonderful). I'd love to read more about Jocelyn and Ferdinand Dudley - could there perhaps be a book about Viola's half-sister ... anything to keep them alive. And I suspect that Viscount Whitleaf, of the beautiful violet eyes, will be part of a book too - given the "discomfort" between Freyja and Kit, what about a romance between him and Morgan. Oh well, just daydreaming and wanting to thank you for your superb books. I suspect tracking down some of those Signet Regencies will keep me busy for years. Janet Webb


Name: Chad James
E-Mail: ILoveBooks2001@Aol.Com
City/State: Saginaw
Country: United States
Date: Wed May 14 10:53:34 2003
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Dear Mary :) I just had to write and let you know that I enjoy your novels greatly, I'm transported back in time, with real characters that leap off of the Page.... If you could keep me posted on your upcoming books in 2004 :) Keep of the wonderful Writing. #1 Fan, Chad James


Name: Robin Anderson
E-Mail: gilleydunbar@yahoo.com
City/State: Corpus Christi, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 13 12:56:07 2003
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Mary, I love your books! Your characters and their situations are believeable and never contrived. I just finished "Slightly Wicked"...can't wait for "Slightly Scandalous". I am especially looking forward to the last in this series...I hope you make Bewcastle "slightly" suffer... I have never met a character that needs to be brought down a peg or two more than he. Thank you, R. Anderson


Name: mary slattery
E-Mail: pw slattery@ big pond.com
City/State: brisbane
Country: australia
Date: Tue May 13 01:17:58 2003
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love every book you write though Tangled is still my favourite, have read it for the 10th time.


Name: Claudette Burk
E-Mail: claudette_burk@hotmail.com
City/State: Cypress, CA 90630
Country: USA
Date: Mon May 12 22:36:09 2003
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I just finished Slightly Wicked and had to rush out for Slightly Married. I am anxiously awaiting your book about the Duke--"Wulf" When do you think it will be printed??? I am eager for Slightly Scandalous in June---can they all come one right after the other??? July, August, September????? Please let me know. Thank you. Where is the workshop you are presenting in LA? WHen? Thanks, claudette burk


Name: Merandah Murray
E-Mail: mnmurray@accesscomm.ca
City/State: Regina, Saskatchewan
Country: Canada
Date: Mon May 12 16:51:25 2003
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Hi, WIth school about to begin, I was really hoping to dislike "One Night For Love" for the simple reason that once I begin a book I must finish it. However, I got hooked. Because of that, I had to read "A Summer to Remember." I loved them both. I'm such a hopeless romantic. I really want to hear the stories of Sydnam and Gwendoline now. It would be great if they found each other. Then again, I'm just that hopeless romantic... Can't wait to read your other books, even the Bedwyn books. No, I didn't care for the Bedwyns while reading Lauren's story. Merandah


Name: barnard, annette
E-Mail: barnardap@aol.com
City/State: rochester n.y. 14626
Country: usa
Date: Sun May 11 04:00:17 2003
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Whoops, got disconnected before my message was ended. Hope you'll do the "duke" in the "slightly..." trilogy. I hurt for his unhappiness and loneliness.thanks.


Name: annette barnard
E-Mail: barnardap@aol.com
City/State: Rochester N.Y. 14626
Country: usa
Date: Sun May 11 03:57:03 2003
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Having just finished my first mary balogh book, slightly married, I am anxious to get the sequels and backlisted books. Your characters and dialogue are delightful.


Name: Paula Klug
E-Mail: Paula@aromancereview.com
City/State: Winter Haven, FL
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 9 22:20:26 2003
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Congratulations, Mary! I wanted to let you know that reviews for A Summer to Remember, Slightly Married and Slightly Wicked will be released June 1 on our website. I am really enjoying the series, and am pleased to share this with our visitors. Please visit our site when you have a moment. We have over 1,600 reviews available in our database, and have had over 35,000 visitors since our inception in October 2001. Thanks for writing such an interesting series! I can't wait for Slightly Scandalous! Sincerely, Paula Klug Link Exchange Liason A Romance Review.com


Name: Melissa Ramsey
E-Mail: tomoonandback@hotmail.com
City/State: Spart, MO
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 9 22:14:52 2003
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Hello! I am a new fan. I read a Summer to Remember a couple of months ago and loved it. When I saw the new "Slightly" series in the store I picked up the first two and loved them also. I can't wait to read the third. And of course you have to write Alleyne's, Morgan's and,last but not least, the Duke's story. I can't wait for someone to shake up the Duke's life. I especially enjoy series books and hope you write more of them. You do a great job and you have made a devoted fan of me.


Name: Jennifer Schlichting
E-Mail: THESCHLICHTINGS@MSN.COM
City/State: Soddy Daisy/ TN
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 9 16:28:14 2003
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Ms Balogh I have enjoyed your work for a few year now. I first got into reading historical romances books when I picked up your MORE THAN A MISTRESS book and fell in love. Since then I have read NO MAN'S MISTRESS,ONE NIGHT FOR LOVE,A SUMMER TO REMEBER, IRRESISTIBLE, INDISCREET, and I have just ordered UNFORGIVEN and can not wait until I can read it. After that I guess I'm onto your new series. I can not wait to meet the new characters. Thank you so much for you wonderful books. Jennifer


Name: Penny Worsham
E-Mail: Honeyuwish@aol.com
City/State: knoxville,tn.
Country: usa
Date: Thu May 8 11:42:04 2003
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Dearest Mary, Just wanted to say I picked up the book a Summer to Remember and fell in love with it.I went out and purchased Slightly Married & Slightly Wicked.I have already finished married and now starting wicked.I could not put them down.I love reading historical romances and really have enjoyed reading about the Bedwyns.I am looking forward to Slightly Scanalous next month.The characters in your books come so alive.I hope to see more of the Bedwyns.Your books makes me want to go out and buy some of your other books you have written.Well I guess I will end this now please keep up the good work looking forward to more.


Name: Irene Raven
E-Mail: iraven1@yahoo.com
City/State: McHenry, IL
Country: USA
Date: Wed May 7 16:54:22 2003
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I just did a very quick read of Slightly Wicked. My downfall is that I always want to get to the end in one sitting to see what happens and so I skim and skip through the first read. I have to stop that. But I thought I did notice a pattern and a comment made toward the end about Bewcastle and his mistress. It had me awake in the middle of the night wondering if this is going to be another case of "the duke" being in love with his mistress. I am really becoming intrigued with Bewcastle, himself, and found myself hoping that his ultimate love interest isn't going to be this long-standing mistress. I guess the fact that she is long-standing and he shows no interest in other ladies got my radar up. I realized I am getting tired of the Lord falling for the mistress stories. (shock!) I do love all your stories. I re-read many of them. You are my favorite Regency author. I especially love the tension that you create between your characters. I don't know if I've read one of your books without crying at some point. I have also enjoyed laughing at your more humorous Signet Regencies. Thanks for the fun.


Name: Barbara Hotz
E-Mail: barbara@hotzfamily.net
City/State: Melbourne, FL
Country: USA
Date: Wed May 7 12:54:09 2003
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I just had to write you to let you know how very much I am enjoying your new series. I read both Slightly Married and Slightly Wicked, fell a little in love with both brothers, and hated for the books to end. I am eagerly waiting for the next book next month. I am so glad you will continue the series into 2004, though I hate to wait so long. Thank you for many pleasurable hours .


Name: Sharan Rose
E-Mail: srose@halifaxrmc.org
City/State: Roanoke Rapids, NC 27870
Country: USA
Date: Tue May 6 15:22:37 2003
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Hi, I have enjoyed your books for years but I love the Bedwyn family that your new books are about. I have all of them. I can't wait until June for the next one. I was wondering if you are planning to write a story about the Duke of Bewcastle? I think that would be a very interesting book because he seems to be a very complex character. He seems a lonely type of hero.


Name: Phyllis K Harris
E-Mail: phyllisharris@earthlink.net
City/State: Rancho Santa Fe, California
Country: USA
Date: Mon May 5 23:58:41 2003
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Just picked up Slightly Wicked and got to wondering. You will be telling the stories of the 3 remaining Bedwyns at some point, won't you? I'd like to have something to look forward to! Thank you for all the happy reading hours. pkh


Name: Charleen Bailey
E-Mail: chbaile52@aol.com
City/State: Richmond, VA
Country: USA
Date: Sun May 4 21:45:08 2003
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You are truly one of my favorite authors. I can't think of anything you've written that hasn't been inspiring and entertaining. Your characters live and breathe for me and I look forward to each new release with your name on it. The latest series is wonderful. The Bedwyns are fantastic and I just love how their lives are being settled. I'd love to know if The Duke will join the March to Matrimony! Keep on writing and bringing joy and relaxation to people like me. God Bless you!


Name: Danielle
E-Mail: Dani807@aol.com
City/State: Wheaton, IL
Country: USA
Date: Sun May 4 20:09:11 2003
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Stand Up, Take A Bow, I just finished reading Slightly Wicked...what a great book. I love the Bedwyns. Can't wait to read Frejya's story. I thought the Mistress series was great and then I loved One Night Of Love and A Summer To Remember, but this series is blowing me away. Clap, Clap...me standing up and giving you a standing ovatiion.


Name: Selena Self
E-Mail: momselena@yahoo.com
City/State: Bristol, Va.
Country: United States of America
Date: Sun May 4 10:29:06 2003
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Hi! I was wondering when you were going to tell the story of Lady Muir? She was in A Summer to Remember and it hinted to a bad abusive marriage to her deceased husband. I hope you are planning a wonderful happy story for her?


Name: Tine MacKay
E-Mail: ericmackay@sprintmail.com
City/State: Grove City, OH
Country: United States of America
Date: Fri May 2 22:54:54 2003
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I am hoping that I can find the books of yours that I do not have. "The Notorious Rake" is one of my all time favourite Regencies and I have managed to lose it in my last move. I went to my shelves fully intending to read it again and it is nowhere to be found in the house. I really loved being able to get your complete booklist, so that I can have something to compare what I do have of yours and to go shopping with. I am looking forward to many more enjoyable hours of reading. Tine


Name: Jeanne Eisenhut
E-Mail: deisenhut@fuse.net
City/State: Cincinnati, OH
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 2 22:24:36 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh: Once again you've written a really delightful and romantic novel in "St. Raven". I absolutely loved it. It's a real keeper and I can't wait to re-read it. (I just picked up "Slightly Married" and can't wait to see how it will turn out.) I'm never disappointed when I pick up one of your books and I'm constantly amazed how you keep coming up with so many different types of situations. You write so prolifically and yet no two novels are alike. One of my favorites was "A Summer to Remember". I loved how you developed the heroine, who seemed somewhat weak and insipid in the first novel ("One Night for Love") and gave her strength and depth and real intelligence. Thank you for many hours of delightful reading. Finding one of your older books is like finding a real treasure. Jeanne Eisenhut


Name: Lauren Mordon
E-Mail: midnightpassion3@hotmail.com
City/State: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
Country: United States of America
Date: Fri May 2 20:36:36 2003
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I have fallen in love with Slighty Wicked, it was one of the most interesting novels I have read in a long time. It also have led me to read the entire series persay, I have fallen in love with the Bedwyn Family in more ways in one. I will be waiting for the rest of the families' stories releases...Good Work


Name: Linda Ryder
E-Mail: leelin@kricket.net
City/State: Oberlin, Louisiana
Country: USA
Date: Fri May 2 19:17:59 2003
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Great books, I recommend to every one that reads historical romances. Keep up the good work.


Name: Sissy Jacobson
E-Mail: RevLiaisonWOR@aol.com
City/State:
Country: USA
Date: Thu May 1 15:11:14 2003
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Dear Author, The Word on Romance e-zine (http://www.thewordonromance.com) is pleased to let you know that the review of your book SLIGHTLY WICKED is now available at our website. A copy of the review is provided below for your convenience. Please feel free to use any quotations or excerpts on your own website or for pre-publication promotions on future books. Thank you for your time. We look forward to the opportunity to provide reviews for your books in the future. We are pleased to announce the that The Word On Romance is now offering advertising for authors and publishers at very reasonable rates, contact Judy Ripplemeyer at EdinChiefWOR@aol.com for further information. Sincerely, Sissy Jacobson Author/Publisher Liaison The Word On Romance www.thewordonromance.com SLIGHTLY WICKED....Mary Balogh Dell Rannulf Bedwyn, one of England's most eligible bachelors is under pressure from his grandmother, Lady Sarah Beamish, to marry. A twenty-eight year old aristocrat with idle time and sufficient wealth, Rannulf's main pursuits have largely been the overindulgence of his carnal appetites. As heir to Grandmaison Park, his grandmother's estate, Rannulf has avoided her many attempts at matchmaking. Her failing health and the happy marriage of his older brother, Aidan, have finally turned his thoughts to marriage. Lady Beamish has her eye on a match with Miss Julianne Effingham, the granddaughter of her dearest friend and neighbor, Gertrude Law. Judith Law, a clergyman's daughter, is on her way to Harewood Grange to live with her Aunt Louisa Effingham and serve as companion to her grandmother, Gertrude Law. Jude's extraordinary beauty and lively imagination have often been repressed, living in a clergyman's household. She fully understands that as a poor relation she will in all likelihood become a spinster. But before resigning herself completely to that prospect, she dreams of having a little adventure. The opportunity presents itself when the stagecoach to Harewood Grange is overturned in rainy weather and an attractive young man comes to her rescue. Casting aside caution, Judith introduces herself as Claire Campbell, a theater actress on her way to perform in a small community production. Her rakish rescuer, Ralf Bedard, installs her at a nearby inn and entices her to delay her departure while they explore the instant spark of attraction between them. After a magical two day adventure, Jude slips away from Ralf Bedard and resumes her journey with the memories of a secret love affair to keep forever. However, when the circumspect clergyman's daughter, Miss Jude Law is introduced to Lord Rannulf Bedwyn, who has come to court her cousin, her secret adventure turns into a sordid nightmare. SLIGHTLY WICKED almost reads like a regency version of The Bachelor except with a slightly wicked twist. The two main characters have a scandalous little secret. The premise of the story made me laugh and I really enjoyed reading this novel in spite of the minor contrivances to achieve the story setup. Mary Balogh has a gift for creating unique characters, and she is masterful in the depth of the emotional journey she takes her characters through. This is another fine novel, second in this new series, kicked off in April with SLIGHTLY MARRIED and followed in June by SLIGHTLY SCANDALOUS. "May 2003., 348pp., $5.99., ISBN 0-440-24105-7" Barbara Fielding


Name: Bonnie
E-Mail: tinkerbon@hotmail.com
City/State: Abbotsford, BC
Country: Canada
Date: Wed Apr 30 13:56:47 2003
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I have only recently become "acquainted" with your books, and just wanted to say how delightful they are! And then to find out on this website that you are from Saskatchewan!! I was born & raised in Nipawin, and lived for a few years in Prince Albert, before relocating out to the west coast. I'm a writer myself (of sorts) and still find much inspiration from the land of my upbringing! Keep up the good work, and I will continue to enjoy reading your backlist!


Name: Kristy Goodwin
E-Mail: goodwin@advantexmail.net
City/State: Frisco/Texas
Country: USA
Date: Wed Apr 30 12:08:38 2003
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I adore your new series, beginning with A Summer to Remember. I sincerely hope that you will continue writing about all the Bedwyn siblings. I recently moved from NYC and stay home with three small children and have found your books to be an escape from the day-to-day life. Thank you for that! Looking forward to more books, Kristy Goodwin


Name: Sigrun Schulz
E-Mail: srschulz@execulink.com
City/State: London, Ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Wed Apr 30 04:00:07 2003
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I've very much enjoyed all the books of yours that I've read. I believe I have them all though there is one title that has proven elusive: DESIRE AFTER DARK, I believe it's called. Was that the working title of one book? I find that you don't write the usual type of Regency or other stories. The characters are very different, much more sensitive and sensible than normal. Keep up the fine work. At first I didn't want to start reading your books: I knew I'd want to collect them all if I liked them, and you had already written quite a number or them when I came upon them. However, your living in Canada clinched it - we have to support our "Canadian" talent, even if it is immigrant, like yours or mine (except that I have no creative talent, only one for proofreading and foreign languages). Anyway, I took the plunge and am busily collecting your books despite the fact that I have no money (I'm on disability) and no room.


Name: SHIRLEY BAUCOM
E-Mail: smirley@aol.com
City/State: DUNNELLON, FLORIDA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Apr 29 12:34:48 2003
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LOVE HER BOOK. EXCITED ABOUT THE NEW SERIES. READ BOTH SO FAR AND THEY WERE GREAT. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.


Name: Marina Vaizey
E-Mail: marina@vaizey.demon.co.uk
City/State: London
Country: UK
Date: Tue Apr 29 11:46:13 2003
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Just to say that I have been reading you for nearly 20 years, and am delighted to be doing so; the writing is so clear so deceptively simple so pleasing, and whenever I am 'down' I take down a Mary Balogh, and it never fails.......so I just want to say thank you. I am particularly addicted to linked series, for example, the Four Musketeers so to speak from Waterloo(although in three books--- ( and am delighted to have read the first Bedwyn just this week. Hope I last out to Wulfric......particularly fond of characters such as the duke of Tenby, of course. This is really just a thank you. I am looking for The Trysting Place and A Woodland Nymph, otherwise have all the novels. Wish they would do bumper collections of the short stories. It is particularly enjoyable reading the regencies in England......thank you very very much.


Name: Alta
E-Mail: altapi@aol.com
City/State: McKinleyville, CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Apr 28 11:30:43 2003
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Thanks for the years of good reading. You make my day.


Name: Pat Williams
E-Mail: pat.g.williams@mail.sprint.com
City/State: Irving, TX
Country: United States
Date: Mon Apr 28 08:48:49 2003
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I saw that you're doing three books this summer on the Bedwyn siblings and have already read the first. I must have missed the advertisement for the others because I know you won't leave us without doing Wulfric's story! I enjoy your books so much. They are on my "keepers" list.


Name: Marcy Arbitman
E-Mail: marbitman@webtv.net
City/State: Evanston, IL
Country: USA
Date: Sun Apr 27 17:51:17 2003
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I have e-mailed you before. just a note to tell you that I am eagerly awaiting your next book. There was a time quite some years back when Regencies were my favorite books. Now you are the only Regency author I read, and I can't imagine stopping. Please keep writing! Marcy Arbitman


Name: Tiffany Stuart
E-Mail: Tbsstuart@aol.com
City/State: Biloxi,Mississippi
Country: U.S.A
Date: Sun Apr 27 11:55:13 2003
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Hi,Ms.Balogh I just wanted to say your romance novel Heartless is my favorite book Iv'e read that you written .I was just wondering if you could tell me who was the inside cover models in that book. Any answer you can give would be greatly appreciated.


Name: Dee McAllonis
E-Mail: deemcallonis75@msn.com
City/State: Pittsburgh, PA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Apr 22 15:27:22 2003
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Dear Mary: I have been hunting for over a month for "A Summer to Remember" and finally located it yesterday (4/21). I was able to find "Slightly Married". Now, I'm hesitant to start either one since I won't be able to put the book down until it's finished. Since it's spring cleaning time, I'm really torn between reading and cleaning. Guess what?? You won. Dee


Name: Lenore Rosenthal
E-Mail: LenandEd@aol.com
City/State: Brooklyn, NY
Country: USA
Date: Tue Apr 22 14:18:41 2003
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I love your writing. All romances have a similar plot, but in yours I lose myself. Thank you for hours and hours of total enjoyment.


Name: Laura R. Tenenbaum
E-Mail: LRUBBO@aol.com
City/State: Carmel, IN
Country: USA
Date: Tue Apr 22 13:57:55 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, Only recently have I read romance novels and have enjoyed yours immensely. One of my very bad habits is that I read ahead in a book and then go back to where I left off and read the entire book -- my children and husband are horrified! I read MORE THAN A MISTRESS and loved it but just completed NO MAN'S MISTRESS and could not put it down...and...I did not read ahead at all (excuse me if I am slightly proud of myself for that small accomplishment). I am looking forward to the third book in the series. I will now begin reading HEARTLESS. Thanks so much for the pleasure of reading your books, Laura R. Tenenbaum


Name: Ricki Bonnard
E-Mail: RBonnard@bee.net
City/State: Philadelphia, PA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Apr 21 16:24:58 2003
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Hi, Mary! I tore through "Slightly Married" this weekend (had to hustle to get those Easter baskets filled on time!). But I loved every minute of it and I cannot wait for Wulf's story. He is so fascinating! I cannot wait to see who captures his heart and how she does it! Keep up your beautiful writing. Best, Ricki Bonnard


Name: Marlene F Wagner
E-Mail: marshad@gigonet.com
City/State: Florence/AZ
Country: U. S. A.
Date: Mon Apr 21 12:33:56 2003
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The Secret Pearl is still my favorite and I have read all your books. Your writing is a cut above all the other Regency writers in my humble opinion. Looking forward to Slightly Married. Hope to receive emails announcing your new books. Marlene Wagner


Name: Angela
E-Mail: wontbfooled@aol.com
City/State: Nashville, TN
Country: USA
Date: Sun Apr 20 23:47:27 2003
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Mary, I was deeply touched and moved by "Summer to Remember". I shed a few tears and smiled deeply in many parts of this story. I hope to find my own 'Kit Butler' that will show me a summer to remember. I am new to your stories and am now an overnight fan...literally. I read the book all in one night. Slightly Married is on my list of things to buy tomorrow. Thank you for such quality literature with human characters. The richness and the dimensions of the hero and heroine were amazing, flaws and all. By the way, if you need anyone to proof read your stories before they come out, let me know.


Name: Cynthia Anderson
E-Mail: canderson@monmouth.com
City/State: Fair Haven
Country: U.S.A
Date: Sun Apr 20 22:58:06 2003
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Mary, I have just finshed reading Slightly Married, and an glad that you are finally written about the Bedwyn family, I can not wait for the last brother's story, Wolfric to come out next year, I think that of all of the brothers and sister's he is the interesting.Cynthia Anderson


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Name: Cynthia Anderson
E-Mail: canderson@monmouth.com
City/State: Fair Haven
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Date: Sun Apr 20 22:57:37 2003
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Mary, I have just finshed reading Slightly Married, and an glad that you are finally written about the Bedwyn family, I can not wait for the last brother's story, Wolfric to come out next year, I think that of all of the brothers and sister's he is the interesting.Cynthia Anderson


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Name: Cynthia Anderson
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City/State: Fair Haven
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Date: Sun Apr 20 22:56:50 2003
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Mary, I have just finshed reading Slightly Married, and an glad that you are finally written about the Bedwyn family, I can not wait for the last brother's story, Wolfric to come out next year, I think that of all of the brothers and sister's he is the interesting.Cynthia Anderson


Name: Cynthia Anderson
E-Mail: canderson@monmouth.com
City/State: Fair Haven
Country: U.S.A
Date: Sun Apr 20 22:56:38 2003
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Mary, I have just finshed reading Slightly Married, and an glad that you are finally written about the Bedwyn family, I can not wait for the last brother's story, Wolfric to come out next year, I think that of all of the brothers and sister's he is the interesting.Cynthia Anderson


Name: Cynthia Anderson
E-Mail: canderson@monmouth.com
City/State: Fair Haven
Country: U.S.A
Date: Sun Apr 20 22:55:53 2003
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Mary, I have just finshed reading Slightly Married, and an glad that you are finally written about the Bedwyn family, I can not wait for the last brother's story, Wolfric to come out next year, I think that of all of the brothers and sister's he is the interesting.Cynthia Anderson


Name: carolyn zekind-weed
E-Mail: carolynjzw@hotmail.com
City/State: roseville, MI
Country: usa
Date: Sun Apr 20 18:19:13 2003
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Dear Mrs. Balogh, I have been reading your books since the 1980's and I can't begin to tell you how much I enjoy them. The only problem is that I can't put them down, so since I now have three small children, I have some very tired days. Your new book, Slighty Married is one of your best and I am looking forward to the remaining 5. However,I think waiting until next year for the next three is way to long!!!! The poor Duke really needs someone to shake him up! Thank you for all the great stories. I don't have alot of time to read anymore and most books I start don't get finished--but yours always do. Carolyn Zekind-Weed


Name: Catherine Lucas
E-Mail: cmlucas@nycap.rr.com
City/State: Schenectady, NY
Country: USA
Date: Fri Apr 18 18:09:19 2003
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Dear Mary, I so enjoyed reading Slightly Married, your first Bedwyn novel. I went back and re-read A Summer to Remember to catch what I missed the first time about them. (I enjoyed this one too- probably the best one of the series). Your characters are interesting, compelling people that make the reader care about them, want to know them better. As always, you deliver the best that historical fiction gives. I am very intrigued by Wulfric, the Duke. Do you plan a story about him? And after the Bedwyns, what next? Keep writing Mary- I'll always read your books! Cathy.


Name: Laura Rennie
E-Mail: jimlarnn@attbi.com
City/State: Lawrence, MA
Country: USA
Date: Fri Apr 18 02:25:05 2003
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I have another hard cover book question. Slightly Married has been issued in hard cover, will the other two Slightly books due out this year be issued in hard cover too? My mom belongs to the Rhapsody Book Club and we've been looking every day to see if Slightly Wicked & Scadalous are going to be issued but so far there's nothing on either book. I'll be very disappointed if they're not issued in hard cover.


Name: Kathy Lucas
E-Mail: kathy.lucas@MID.State.MS.US
City/State: Jackson, Mississippi
Country: United States
Date: Wed Apr 16 11:08:17 2003
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Mary, I wanted to write and tell you how much I enjoyed reading "A Summer to Remember" I am in the process of reading "Slightly Married" and can't wait to read the rest of the Series. I am really looking forward to reading the Duke's story - there is something about him maybe its because he is so lonely. I plan to read the other books you have written. Thanks again for this wonderful series.


Name: M. Hahn
E-Mail: myhahn@yahoo.com
City/State: Los Angeles,CA
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Wed Apr 16 03:14:35 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I have loved your books for many years. I just finished Summer to Remember and loved reading it. Kit and Lauren remind me of David and Rebecca in Tangled (my all time favorite!) In both, the heroes are tender and thoughtful toward the vulnerable heroines. Your female characters are strong, yet feminine and honorable. Freya seems to be a slightly different character from the others. I am sure I will like her as well. Thanks for the pleasure you bring into our lives. You're a wonderful story teller.


Name: Omeia Hancocke
E-Mail: omeiah@yahoo.com
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Date: Tue Apr 15 17:30:02 2003
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Hi Mary, I don't know how u do it but u keep hitting the high notes every time. I usually find that after a time some authors become monotonous or use the same characters in different settings but u have yet to bore or disappoint me. The only books I have yet to readd of yours are the ones I can't seem to find anywhere e.g. "A Precious Jewel". Other than that once I see your name on the cover I buy with no hesitation. I eagerly await availability of your next productions. Thanks for making reading a joy.


Name: Lillian Riggs
E-Mail: lillian_riggs@yahoo.com
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Date: Mon Apr 14 23:59:39 2003
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I loved a "Summer to Remember" and just read "Slightly Married". I appreciate the link to Amazon because I ordered "Slightly Married" using that link as well as the future two books. Thank you for your books. They are always a treat.


Name: Liz Lincoln
E-Mail: lizlincoln@uwalumni.com
City/State: Williamsburg, VA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Apr 14 17:00:44 2003
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I am a bookseller at the College of William and Mary Bookstore in Williamsburg, VA, and am in charge of the romance section. We get a lot of tourists from all over the world, and they love to have bookmarks to take with them. I was hoping you would be able to send us some, if you have them, to help promote both your book and romance in general. If you have anything to send, please mail it to: Liz Lincoln c/o William and Mary Bookstore 285-45 Merrimac Trail Williamsburg, VA 23185 Thank you so much, and good luck with your many new books! Liz Lincoln


Name: Karen White
E-Mail: BlarnKaren@aol.com
City/State: Atlanta, Georgia
Country: United States
Date: Mon Apr 14 13:54:40 2003
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Dear Mary, I wrote to you last year after reading A SUMMER TO REMEMBER. It was the first book of yours I had read, and I was immediately hooked. Since then (while ignoring things like housecleaning and my _own_ book deadlines) I have acquired and read almost your complete backlist. There are many writers I admire, but I have to say that you are without a doubt my favorite! My critique partners tell me I'm addicted, but I'd rather think that I'm just your #1 fan. Anyway, I just finished reading SLIGHTLY MARRIED and absolutely loved it. You truly do get better and better. I will be sleeping on the doorstep of my local bookseller to get the next two in the series (the teasers in the back of SLIGHTLY MARRIED were just cruel since I have to wait for the books! ) and PLEASE tell me that you plan to write books for Wulf, Alleyne and Morgan. I will be attending the RWA conference in NY this summer. Will you be there? I promise not to bring my ENTIRE Mary Balogh book collection with me to be signed, but I would love to have you sign my Bedwyn series at the autographing if your there. Thanks again for many, many happy reading hours.


Name: michele ogilvie
E-Mail: maofla@aol.com
City/State: tampa, Florida
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Date: Sun Apr 13 21:22:59 2003
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Just finsihed reading Slightly Married it was outstanding1 loved the complexity of the characters and the promise of more stories about the family. Especially looking forward to the Duke's story. Thanks fo bringing joy to a sometimes gloomy world. Peace.


Name: Phil Tukia
E-Mail: p_tukia@yahoo.com
City/State: Los Angeles, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Apr 13 16:57:12 2003
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I was not a big reader of fiction. I preferred the reality of non-fiction historicals and current events. But I found "A Summer to Remember" a few months ago and decided to give it a read because of its bright gold cover. I thoroughly enjoyed that book and just finished "Slightly Married." You have transformed me into a fan of fiction, and especially YOUR fiction. Thank you for that. I look forward to reading more about the Bedwyn family.


Name: Dorothy L. Ransom
E-Mail: DotLR@AOL.com
City/State: Wilmington, DE, 198-4543
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sun Apr 13 15:53:55 2003
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Am anxiously awaiting the Duke of Bewcastle's story. He really needs some joy and laughter and LOVE in his life. I just finished "Slightly Married". Enjoyed "More Than A Mistress" and "No Man's Mistress". I hope there will be a story about Morgan Bedwyn too. Many thanks for writing them.


Name: Geraldine Laxamana
E-Mail: glaxamana@rogers.ca
City/State: Scarborough
Country: Canada
Date: Sun Apr 13 11:34:01 2003
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More Than a Mistress was the 1st book I read and since then I got hooked on your writing. I just finished reading Slightly Married and can't wait for the release of the Slightly series. Your writing always has that impact that touches the heart of the readers. It's so hard to find writers with your style of writing. Your books are enjoyable to read and they are so hard to put down. Keep them coming and I wish you all the best.


Name: Elizabeth Pokrinchak
E-Mail: booperrn@optonline.net
City/State: Cornwall Bridge, Connecticut
Country: USA
Date: Sat Apr 12 21:07:09 2003
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I just read "A Summer to Remember" and I loved it! I just discovered this book and have every intention of reading them all. Thank you!


Name: Diana Kregiel
E-Mail: dianakk2@aol.com
City/State: Chesapeake, VA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Apr 12 17:01:40 2003
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I stumbled onto More Than a Mistress in our library, and I was hooked! Your books are so warm and human; they are a pleasure to read from beginning to end. Keep writing!


Name: Pat Harkins
E-Mail: HarkinsAmboy50@aol.com
City/State: Stratford, CT
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sat Apr 12 16:05:53 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, Just finished Slightly Married and thoroughly enjoyed it. Am looking forward to the next two Bedwyn books. I am really looking forward to reading the one due next year about Wulfric. Am still purchasing your out of print books and only have a few more to obtain. I love the way you write. Sincerely, Pat Harkins


Name: Phyllis Seidelson
E-Mail: plseidelson@juno.com
City/State: Rockville Md
Country: USA
Date: Sat Apr 12 14:46:06 2003
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Hi I am repeating this letter because I lost it while I was writing it. I loved "Slightly Married" and am now reading "A Summer to Remember". I hope I will be able to get your other books. I usually get them at the supermarket. I enjoy your work and am impressed with your volume of works! Sincerely, Phyllis Seidelson P. S. I hope I will be able to find the other books on your booklist. Any suggestions?


Name: Janet Webb
E-Mail: j-webb@curciowebb.com
City/State: Tiburon, California
Country: United States
Date: Wed Apr 9 17:16:13 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh,


Name: Delores Knowles
E-Mail: deloresknowles@comcast.net
City/State: The Villages, FL
Country: US
Date: Tue Apr 8 09:30:50 2003
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I discovered your books when I picked up "More Than a Mistress" at my local library. Now, I'm not only reading everything of yours I can get my hands on, but I am collecting my own copies for my rereading pleasure in the years to come. Your stories stimulate my imagination and give me pleasant day dreams. Thanks.


Name: Lesley Fenton
E-Mail: lfenton@shaw.ca
City/State: Calgary
Country: Alberta
Date: Mon Apr 7 21:02:56 2003
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I have just read "Slightly Married" and enjoyed it so much. I have also managed to find a used book site and am gradually getting some of your older books that I have enjoyed so much in the past. My Balogh collection is quite impressive now. Looking forward to your next books. Lesley Fenton


Name: Edna Chastain
E-Mail: ednachast@aol.com
City/State: Franklin, OH
Country: USA
Date: Mon Apr 7 17:57:44 2003
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Dear Mrs. Balogh I have enjoyed your books so very much especially "A summer to remember." I am in the process of trying to get some of you older regency romps. They are delightful. You are a beautiful writer and I love your sense of humor. It is delightful. Please keep writing. Sincerely, Edna Chastain


Name: Glenda Hayes
E-Mail: hayesg@wssu.edu
City/State: Winston Salem, North Carolina
Country: United States
Date: Mon Apr 7 14:10:28 2003
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I know you've heard this a million times (at least I hope you have because I want you to continue to write your stories) but, your books are the most entertaining ever for me!!!! Georgette Heyer was my first regency author also. You and she are my top 2 favorites...looking forward to the next 2 'Slightly's...' please don't get tired of doing what you do so well!! Thanks!!!!


Name: Elise
E-Mail: gershon30@aol.com
City/State: California
Country: USA
Date: Mon Apr 7 13:59:33 2003
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My first book of yours was More than a Mistress, and I loved it so much, I began to read your backlist. My favorites of yours are Longing and Truly because they show how obviously you love Wales and it reflects upon your characters motivations and actions--the singing, strife, beauty of the hills, and the struggle of the workers. All your books are wonderful and your characters are so intelligent and mature. But the Wales books are truly lovely. Thanks for giving us the gift of so many hours of reading pleasure!


Name: Anne McKenna
E-Mail: annnemckenna@hotmail.com
City/State: Saskatoon
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Date: Sun Apr 6 21:08:58 2003
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Just thought I'd let you know how much I enjoyed Slightly Married.I had some trepidation, as a few of my favorite authors have bombed lately. I started reading at 10 last night and finished it at 5:30 this morning. I haven't stayed up all night reading for years.Thank you and wow! I would have posted this on the list, but Yahoo seems to have trouble with my new computor. anne


Name: Danielle DeBuono
E-Mail: Dani807@aol.com
City/State: Wheaton, IL
Country: USA
Date: Sat Apr 5 20:52:23 2003
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Just a quick note to let you know how much I loved Slight Married. Can't wait to read about the other Bedwyns. I just know that you will come up with a good match for Wulf. I love your Mistress books too. But then I love all your books.


Name: Jackie Hamilton
E-Mail: hmltnjs.com
City/State: Mira Loma Ca
Country: USA
Date: Sat Apr 5 19:53:24 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I understand that you are going to be in So California. I would love for you to come and do a in stock signing at my store. Please feel free to contact me.


Name: Olga Schipani
E-Mail: Corkie1999@aol.com
City/State: Howard Beach, NY
Country: USA
Date: Sat Apr 5 17:36:03 2003
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Enjoy reading your books. Can't wait start reading the Shady series coming out.


Name: Beth Harshaw
E-Mail: endora309@yahoo.com
City/State: Indianapolis, IN
Country: United States
Date: Sat Apr 5 00:23:18 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I have read several of your books, and have thoroughly enjoyed each of them. The stories are interesting, the characters have identies and flaws, and they learn how to behave as functional humans, and learning the lesson that "together we are more than we are apart." Thanks you for very enjoyable, readable books.


Name: An enthusiastic fan
E-Mail: www.nontodate
City/State: New York, NY
Country: USA
Date: Fri Apr 4 13:36:07 2003
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You're probably among the top three authors that are my most favorite!! Loved Aidan and Eve's story! I can't wait for Bewcastle and Alleyne's stories--they're very interesting and far from the typical male main characters around. I have to say that your characters' "imperfectness" that attract me to your books. I am a voracious reader of romance and have found most of what is out there to be well, the same. Your stories continue to surprise in their wonderfully simple and oh-so-extraordinary ordinary ways!!! Thank you, thank you. Hope Bewcastle's story turns out to be most atypical and shocking for a character who so privately lives his life.


Name: gina
E-Mail: knightgrail@yahoo.com
City/State: ca
Country: usa
Date: Thu Apr 3 02:15:41 2003
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Just purchased and read your book slightly married (in 3 hrs, at a time I could ill afford it - but I got caught up, what can I say?) LOVED Aidan and Eve! Didn't think I'd like Aidan, because I didn't like the Bewcastles in A Summer to Remember (unlike a large number of people, it seems.) The excerpts at the end are so tantalizing! Judith seems quite interesting, and very different from both Lauren and Eve. Freyja...well, I didn't like her in Summer, Married helped a little, and now I'm looking forward to her story :) (You are planning to reconcile Freyja and Kit and Lauren, yes?) Oh good, someone said you're writing the entire family. I really want Bewcastle's - he reminds me a bit of Jo Beverley's Rothgar :) When will the last 3 be published? Thank you for writing in paperback (even after your hardcover debut). I cannot afford to buy hardcover, so I must put my name in line at the library and wait for those. Paperback, I can buy immediately and devour! *grin* One note: I know it's the publishers who determine this, but I liked the cover art for Summer's hardback version, with the lady looking at a sunset over water, much better than the new golden paperback version. Thank you! I would appreciate a reply, although I am already on your mailing list (I'm unsure which account, but please do not put the above address in also.) An eager fan, gina


Name: Elaine Davis
E-Mail: edavis@aacc.org
City/State: Washington, DC
Country: USA
Date: Wed Apr 2 15:11:48 2003
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Firstly, thank you for the many hours of pleasure your books have brought me. But my main reason for visiting your web site was to urge you to write a book about Wulfric Bedwyn, Duke of Bewcastle. I didn't realize you were planning to write about all 6 of the family and thought the glimpses of him in your two most recent books were too intriguing not be explored more fully. Thank you again. There is no need to reply.


Name: Karen Wong
E-Mail: kcwtexas@attbi.com
City/State: Grand Prairie, TX
Country: USA
Date: Wed Apr 2 10:44:02 2003
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This is my first time to write, but I am a longtime fan. I just finished reading Slightly Married and am so excited that the next 2 installments are being published so quickly. I wanted to ask if you have any plans to write a story for Sydnam Butler? I thought A Summer to Remember was one of your best books, and I was so intrigued with the challenge he presents. I don't think any writer but you would be up to it. Some of my favorite heroes in your books have been the ones who are less than "perfect" physically or otherwise - Lord Carew, Gerald Stapleton, Edmund Waite. Thank you for the immense pleasure you have given me through the years. It makes me happy just to see your books lined up on my bookshelf, and I look forward to adding many more in the future. Karen


Name: Sissy Jacobson
E-Mail: RevLiaisonWOR
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Date: Tue Apr 1 15:52:09 2003
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Dear Author, The Word on Romance e-zine (http://www.thewordonromance.com) is pleased to let you know that the review of your book SLIGHTLY MARRIED and A SUMMER TO REMEMBER is now available at our website. A copy of the review is provided below for your convenience. Please feel free to use any quotations or excerpts on your own website or for pre-publication promotions on future books. Thank you for your time. We look forward to the opportunity to provide reviews for your books in the future. We are pleased to announce the that The Word On Romance is now offering advertising for authors and publishers at very reasonable rates, contact Judy Ripplemeyer at EdinChiefWOR@aol.com for further information. Sincerely, Sissy Jacobson Author/Publisher Liaison The Word On Romance www.thewordonromance.com ROSE AWARD NOMINEE SLIGHTLY MARRIED...Mary Balogh Dell On the battlefield in Toulouse, France, Colonel Lord Aidan Bedwyn makes a promise to a dying solider, Captain Percival Morris. Aidan promises to deliver the death notice to Captain Morris' sister Eve in person, and "to protect her, no matter what". Captain Percy dies before he can explain what the promise might entail. Aidan's unqualified promise is motivated by an obligation he feels because Morris once saved his life in battle. The second son of the Bedwyn Family, and brother to the Duke of Bewcastle, Aidan has chosen the military life and the honor code of the military is deeply ingrained in the man he has become. So Aidan, on a two month leave after the surrender of Napolon Bonaparte, travels to Oxfordshire to notify Captain Morris' sister. Percy's sister, Eve Morris, is an educated and capable woman who has collected a menagerie of people the neighbors call "her lame ducks". The lovable group includes; her widowed Aunt Mari, two orphaned children, Davy, age 7 and Becky, age 2, Thelma Rice, a governess deemed unemployable because of her bastard child Benjamin, Charlie Hendrich, handyman and the local half-wit, Agnes Fuller, her ex-convict housekeeper, Sam Patchett the poaching groom, Ned, the one armed steward, Nanny Johnson and Muffin, a dog of undetermined breed. Eve shelters her band of misfits at Ringwood Manor, the estate her father, a wealthy Welsh coal miner, left to her in his will. There is one condition. She must marry within one year, otherwise, her brother Percy inherits or in the event of his death, her wretched cousin, Cecil Morris. Cousin Cecil can't wait to evict Eve and her lame ducks. After a brief memorial for her brother Eve finds herself with four precious days to come up with a solution. It takes Aidan Bedwyn a while to discover exactly what form his promise to help Percy's sister will take but honor bound, he eventually presents a simple plan to save Eve; a marriage of convenience. Their plan is to marry, then after his leave is over, he will return to his battalion. This will allow them to go on with their lives independently. But Aidan doesn't reckon on his brother, Wulfric Bedwyn, the Duke of Bewcastle's reaction when he learns of the marriage. Aidan and Eve soon find the marriage of convenience they agreed upon won't be as simple as they planned. The heroine, Eve Morris is a feisty character, she's not a country bumpkin but she refuses to be embarrassed about the fact that she's a coal miner's daughter and she makes the stuffy, aristocratic Bedwyn's give her her due. Aidan is the quintessential English gentleman -- emotionally controlled and overly polite on the exterior but privately deeply passionate. There are scenes when you want them to drop their too proper demeanor and just, tell it like it is, but when their moment of truth finally comes it will make you smile. I completely fell in love with these characters and I can't wait to see how the rest of the Bedwyn's stories play out. SLIGHTLY MARRIED is the first novel in a six book series. The Bedwyn family, consists of six brothers and sisters, originally introduced in A SUMMER TO REMEMBER. Ms. Balogh has created a classic love story of honor and family loyalty. This novel will be a keeper for many readers. It's a lovely reading experience of the unexpected surprises life can sometimes bring you. "April, 2003., 368 pp., $ 5.99., ISBN 0-440-24104-9" Barbara Fielding A SUMMER TO REMEMBER...Mary Balogh Dell Kit Butler, London's most infamous bachelor, raises more than a few eyebrows with his outrageous antics and scandalous behavior. When summoned home to an arranged marriage, Kit plans to thwart his father's matchmaking and arrive with a bride of his own choosing in tow. Kit soon embarks on a wager with his friends to engage a prim and proper, unquestionably virtuous lady and present her to his father. Not only is he at a disadvantage with his disreputable reputation, but Kit only has six short weeks to accomplish his goal. Lauren Edgeworth is in London for the season. After living her whole life above reproach, Lauren is fearful of the gossip even though it's been a whole year since that humiliating day she was jilted at the alter. Smothered by her well meaning family, Lauren rebels by accepting the attentions of a notable rakeshell and rogue. Now older and wiser, Lauren wasn't about to fall for his insincere compliments or his pretense of passion. After insulting Lauren's intelligence, Kit comes clean and reveals to her his predicament and confesses the wager he has with his friends. Expecting the setdown he deserves, Kit is astonished when the perfect Miss Edgeworth makes a proposition of her own. She will agree to masquerade as his intended in exchange for a summer away from her dull, dreary existence, to one filled with unforgettable adventure. Afterward, Lauren proposes to end the imaginary engagement, rendering her free to live her own life, away from her family. Kit is overjoyed with the arrangement and finds everything going perfectly until he begins to see Lauren in a totally different light. Was he falling in love? Could he persuade Lauren to make their engagement a real one? A SUMMER TO REMEMBER is another beautifully written romance by Mary Balogh. The remarkable characters are complete opposites brought together with a lot more than they bargained for. The seamless plot is full of emotion, with Kit and Lauren taking a fresh and simple approach to an incomparable, passionate love. Some of the unique secondary characters have previews of their own stories at the end of A SUMMER TO REMEMBER. Don't miss out on these treasures by Mary Balogh. Slots on my keeper shelf are already reserved! "March 2003., $5.99 paperback., 361 pp., ISBN: 0-440-23663-0." Marilyn Daigle


Name: charlotte Smith
E-Mail: charlotsmith@prodigy.net
City/State: Los Alamitos, Ca
Country: usa
Date: Sat Mar 29 19:07:52 2003
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Just purchased your book Slightly Married today 3/28 at Borders in Calif. No reply expected.


Name: Elizabeth Sovich
E-Mail: Esovich@AOL.com
City/State: Las Vegas, Nevada
Country: USA
Date: Sat Mar 29 18:29:51 2003
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Ms. Balogh, Would love more information on your California trip. Also, I'm so glad you're writing another short story. I think that this were absoulety some of your best. My personal favorite is The Christmas Beau. I think I've read it 20 times! Keep up all the great writing


Name: ALMA CROCKETT
E-Mail: welcomehomedaycare@charter.net
City/State: redding,ca 96002
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sat Mar 29 00:51:28 2003
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DEAR MARY, I JUST FINISHED WITH A SUMMER TO REMEBER.IT WAS GREAT CAN NOT WAIT FOR THE BEWCASTLE BOOK'S!!!! CAN YOU JUST TYPE A LITTLE FASTER?? KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK!!! ALMA


Name: Christina Bedina
E-Mail: christina_b@rambler.ru
City/State: Moscow
Country: Russia
Date: Fri Mar 28 03:02:44 2003
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Dear Mary, Thank you so much for your wonderfull books. I enjoy each one I read. Unfortunately, not all of your books translated into Russian and there is no way to by them here in English. Now I've got a small collection of your books at home and I expect for other your books to be translated and I would purchase them right away. Thank you for the pleasure of reading your books.


Name: Teri
E-Mail: Kitana114@hotmail.com
City/State: Brampton
Country: Canada
Date: Mon Mar 24 18:27:12 2003
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Dear Mary, i am currently doing an ISU on Canadian authors and i have chosen you as my author. I am currently reading "A summer to Remember" and "More than a Mistress". I was wondering whether you could refer me to any criticism on your books and writing. Thanks, this will be greatly appreciated!


Name: Ruth Thatcher
E-Mail: gramrt@hsnp.com
City/State: Hot Springs Village, Arkansas
Country: USA
Date: Sun Mar 23 21:20:04 2003
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Mary, The Secret Pearl was my introduction to "Regency Romance." I have read the book about 6 times and now have most of your other books. I am still looking for "Unforgiven" but will eventually get it. Thanks for giving me the best of reads. You along with LaVyrle Spencer and Kathleen Eagle are the only books I keep in my small library. Blessings. Ruth


Name: Nancy Morgan
E-Mail: nlmorgan@cox-internet.com
City/State: Springdale,AR
Country: USA
Date: Sun Mar 23 14:12:28 2003
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Will you be reprinting some of your books. Some are so hard to find and too expensive to buy on a fixed income. I would like to have the prices of the books I would like to buy Maybe I can buy occasionally.


Name: Diana Hung Loh Sau Woon
E-Mail: dswhung@netvigator.com
City/State:
Country: Hong Kong
Date: Fri Mar 21 10:25:24 2003
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Hi Mary, I'm very happy to learn that More Than A Mistress won the Romantic Times Award for Best historical Romance of 2001. This book happens to be my favorite of favorites. I just love Jane and Jocelyn. I'm looking forward to the Duke of Bewcastle's love story. In a way I think of him as another Jocelyn who is cold outside but hot inside. He just needs someone special to melt that ice. I hope it would be someone really worthy like Jane and not just some pretty featherhead.All your heroines are special , only that I love Jane's qualities. That lady has spunk and real class.


Name: catherine abernathy
E-Mail: cottontopva@earthlink.net
City/State: dolphin virginia
Country: usa
Date: Thu Mar 20 18:29:02 2003
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anxious to learn more about the get connected and the books and authors who will be part of it read 2003 newsletter and am aware of the authors but can you give specifics about the books authors titles and when they will be on the market love your books a big fan thanks


Name: Rose Guillen
E-Mail: rosevela@aol.com
City/State:
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Date: Thu Mar 20 01:18:05 2003
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Love your books. Will Lady Gwen Muir be given her own book. Or is this the last we will hear from her.


Name: marjorie
E-Mail: barbiedoll1959@hotmail.com
City/State: amherst, ma
Country: usa
Date: Wed Mar 19 15:56:22 2003
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mary, i have always been a regency fan, and just happened to pick up a copy of The Famous Heroine earlier this year...i loved it and have since read almost all of your other published novels and most of the novellas too...you are fabulously talented and i look forward to reading the new books you have coming out this year...marjorie


Name: Robyn Sherwood
E-Mail: r.sherwood@cqu.edu.au
City/State: Rockhampton QLD
Country: Australia
Date: Tue Mar 18 23:54:47 2003
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I wrote some time ago Mary saying that I couldn't get hold of ASTR locally and the freight from US was high. I have just read the paperback and have to say it was well worth the wait. Your character analysis is brilliant. I have all of your 2003 releases on order and know I won't be disappointed. Robyn


Name: Janet Chattin
E-Mail: jchattin@kvinet.com
City/State: Rt. 2 Box 71-m Leon, WV 25123
Country: USA
Date: Tue Mar 18 21:48:36 2003
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Hi Mary- I love your style of writing. It is very compelling and there is a book you wrote years ago that I have been searching for. It is a signet release titled "The First Snowdrop". It is my favorite of all your books. If you or someone (I realize that your extremely busy), but if someone could help me locate a copy of this wonderful regency it would be very appreciated. Thank you for allowing me the opportunity to comment to you. Have a nice spring of 2003. Sincerely- Janet Chattin.


Name: janet chattin
E-Mail: jchattin@kvinet.com
City/State: Rt. 2 Box 71-m Leon, WV 25123
Country: USA
Date: Tue Mar 18 21:40:39 2003
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Hi Mary,


Name: janet chattin
E-Mail: jchattin@kvinet.com
City/State: Rt. 2 Box 71-m Leon, WV 25123
Country: USA
Date: Tue Mar 18 21:40:38 2003
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Hi Mary,


Name: janet chattin
E-Mail: jchattin@kvinet.com
City/State: Rt. 2 Box 71-m Leon, WV 25123
Country: USA
Date: Tue Mar 18 21:40:37 2003
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Hi Mary,


Name: Tess Campbell
E-Mail: tecamp@u.washington.edu
City/State: seattle Washington
Country: USA
Date: Mon Mar 17 17:09:19 2003
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Hi there - I's a big fan of yours and read all your books. I just finished "A Summer to Remember" and enjoyed it very much. I'm wondering if there will be a story for Kit's younger brother in the future? I suspect many of your readers found him intriguing and are hoping to see something! Thanks for your wonderful books, Tess


Name: Mary West
E-Mail: quilttn@yahoo.com
City/State: Cookeville, Tennessee
Country: USA
Date: Sun Mar 16 20:42:48 2003
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Mary, I've been out of reading mode for a couple of years due to a new baby, so have happily been gobbling up _Summer to Remember_ and _More than a Mistress_ to make up for lost time. I'm looking forward to next month's release as well! I want to congratulate you for the masterful plot twists in MTAM...what a wonderful ride! However, I ask you to consider giving name "Daniel" a break. Daniel Kirby was the antagonist in MTAM and Daniel Booth was the wimpy clergyman who failed Fleur in _Secret Pearl_. Given that my baby--Daniel--is seventh in the line of many gentlemanly and upstanding Daniels, I hope that some day you might feel inclined to write a redeeming character with that name. :-) Many thanks for your wonderful stories.


Name: Judy Cross
E-Mail: judy.cross@shaw.ca
City/State: Saskatoon
Country: Canada
Date: Sun Mar 16 11:37:34 2003
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Dear Mrs. Balogh; I've known for many years that you'd left teaching to become a writer. By all accounts, a very successful writer. You've taught hundreds of kids over the years and I don't expect you to remember all of us, I was one of the class of 1981. I've just recently purchased your novel "A Summer to Remember", my first Mary Balogh book. I've only just started reading it and am already enjoying it a great deal. Reading has become my one "quiet enjoyment". As a wife and mother who works full-time outside our home, the time I have for myself if very limited. I enjoy a good book, thank you for writing this one that has held my interest from early on. Congratulations on your success, Judy


Name: sandra desimone
E-Mail: smpdesimone@aol.com
City/State: airmont, new york
Country: usa
Date: Sun Mar 16 11:27:23 2003
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I have searched and am unable to find a link on your site that will enable me to recieve an email whenever you have a new release. Is such a link available? If not please consider providing one. Thank you for the hours of wonderful reading. Sandra DeSimone


Name: Michelle Birchim
E-Mail: mmbirch2@msn.com
City/State: Everett, Washington
Country: USA
Date: Sun Mar 16 09:36:40 2003
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I just Love your writing, please keep it coming. It makes our lives a little more entertaining and peaceful with all the violence in the world. Thank You. Micky


Name: Irene Morros
E-Mail: morrpi@aol.com
City/State: Reno, NV
Country: USA
Date: Wed Mar 12 05:11:05 2003
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You write so beautifully that I feel I am a part of the book itself. I have read your sequel novels, just finished "A Summer to Remember"and now look forward to the Bedwyn series. Your writing is so descriptive and moves so smoothly from once scene to another. Your books are "treasures" to me. Sincerely....Irene Morros


Name: Suzanne Nye
E-Mail: robandsuzannenye@juno.com
City/State: Watertown, NY
Country: USA
Date: Tue Mar 11 12:23:35 2003
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I always look forward to your books and know that when I am in a dry spell for something good to read, I can always re-read one of yours. I am almost done with a Summer to Remember and love it (as I do all your books!) I too am hoping Gwen's story is told...any chance we might see an interesting match between Gwen and Bewcastle?


Name: Frances Richmann
E-Mail: frances_richmann@yahoo.com
City/State: Lewes, DE
Country: USA
Date: Mon Mar 10 23:38:20 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I enjoy your books very much. Two of my favorite characters are Lavinia and Eden. I have always thought it a pity, since they are fun and quirky, that their relationship was developed only as a side plot in IRRESISTIBLE. They deserve their own novel, please. Here is my thought -- you mention several times in the "Four Horsemen" books that the 4 officers suffered during their soldiering but that they never talk about their horrible experiences. I think that Lavinia is a person who could be trusted to listen to those experiences and that that trust should be a part of her romance with Eden. Please give them their own story. Thanks, Fran


Name: LORI
E-Mail: APRFLS@COMCAST.NET
City/State: ROMULUS/MI
Country: USA
Date: Fri Mar 7 13:35:36 2003
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I ABSOLUTELY LOVE YOUR BOOKS!!! I CAN'T WAIT FOR THE REST OF THE SLIGHTLY BOOKS. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK. THANKS, LORI


Name: Mary VanSlyck
E-Mail: maryavs@hotmail.com
City/State: Elgin, il 60120
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Thu Mar 6 20:28:10 2003
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Mary, Attended your seminar in Toronto. Loved Summer To REmember, I always enjoy family reconciation. Edmond remains my favorite. So glad to see a whole new series. I share your books with my daughters Elizabeth 35 and Carolyn 20. We all like them, awriter for all ages. I'm so glad your heroines never make me cringe with their stupidity and and not all your Hero's are perfect and soooo handsome. I really likes Gerald(precious jewel) in that respect. I like to see people grow. Thank you for all the pleasent reading and rereading hours. Mary


Name: Diana Perez
E-Mail: desertcapri@aol.com
City/State: Cheyenne, WY
Country: USA
Date: Thu Mar 6 13:18:46 2003
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I really enjoy reading your books. I'm looking forward to reading your new series of of six siblings--it sounds delicious--!


Name: Sally Altes
E-Mail: Sally.Altes@wkkf.org
City/State: Battle Creek, MI
Country: USA
Date: Mon Mar 3 09:06:29 2003
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I've especially enjoyed More than a Mistress, No Man's Mistress, and A Summer to Remember. I'm glad you found such a delightful resolution for Lauren. I hope Gwendoline's story is forthcoming. Thanks for the enjoyable reading.


Name: Cybil
E-Mail: csolyn@rakehell.com
City/State: Los Angeles, CA
Country: USA
Date: Sun Mar 2 21:44:37 2003
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I hate to post this here, but am having the devil of a time hunting down an email address. I am with the site Rakehell.com and I am trying to find out if you send out ARC's for review. Please contact me if you do. Thank you! We love your books - but then again who doesn't??


Name: Audrey Kurczynski
E-Mail: audrey58@ewol.com
City/State: Placida, FL 33946
Country: USA
Date: Sun Mar 2 20:36:44 2003
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Just a note to say how much I have enjoyed reading and rereading your book over the past years and continue to look forward to future books. Sincerely Audrey Kurczynski


Name: deborah craton md
E-Mail: drdillo@kiva.net
City/State: bedford in
Country: usa
Date: Sun Mar 2 13:20:51 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I just finished one of your earlier books, Tangled. It was truly wonderful. I was upset with Julian coming back, but the story was resolved beautifully. I was very interested in the resources you used for the battle scenes. I am currently working on my first endeavor into writing more than a short story. The background is the Crimean War and have not been completely satisfied with the resources I have found. Could you make any suggestions? Thank you again for your books. I am looking forward to your new series and have already placed them on order. Thank you. Sincerely, Deborah W Craton MD


Name: Pat OConnell
E-Mail: mpatoc@earthlink.net
City/State: Dallas, TX
Country: USA
Date: Wed Feb 26 15:39:18 2003
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I started out reading Silent Melody and just finished reading More than a Mistress and No Man's Mistress. No carbon copies there...each was unique. I loved each one and am waiting for more books to arrive. Thank you very much for sharing your wonderful talent.


Name: Roberta Scherbarth
E-Mail: Roberta.scherbarth@experian.com
City/State: Santa Ana, CA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Feb 26 15:26:59 2003
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Can I get information on your upcoming appearance in Los Angeles in May? Thanks! :-)


Name: Kristy
E-Mail: watson_k_l@hotmail.com
City/State: Pennsylvania
Country: USAs
Date: Wed Feb 26 12:19:41 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh, I just wanted to say thank you for writing your wonderful books. My favorite book is Silent Melody. I think it is so unique and different from all the ones out there. Three cheers to you for writing it. I'll continue to re-read it until the pages fall out! All the best, Kristy


Name: Lisa Sinsheimer, MD
E-Mail: lms68@columbia.edu
City/State: NYC NY
Country: USA
Date: Tue Feb 25 19:00:12 2003
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This has been a difficult year for me because my children (ages 16, 13, and 8) have had and are having several very serious physical and emotional problems; and the family has been in almost nonstop turmoil. To help me deal with my distress, I have revived an old habit of reading romance novels. I want you to know that your books are far and away the most therapeutic activity for me: I often find myself weeping over them, in fact. They are well written and enjoyable on their own, of course; but I am particularly grateful for them for other reasons. In fact, I have made very intense efforts to purchase every title (including the rare out of print ones). Thank you very, very much. Yours, Lisa Sinsheimer


Name: deborah craton md
E-Mail: drdillo@kiva.net
City/State: bedford in
Country: usa
Date: Tue Feb 25 15:06:07 2003
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Love your books!


Name: Marcy Arbitman
E-Mail: marbitman@webtv.net
City/State: Evanston, IL
Country: USA
Date: Sun Feb 23 00:31:25 2003
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I stopped reading Regencies sveral years ago. I am more interested in contemporaries now. Your books are the only exception. I love them!! Although I am disabled and live on SS, your books and Jayne Ann Krentz' are the ones I buy. I own all of yours, but it was easier when they wee in paperback! Keep up the wonderful writing, please.


Name: robyn
E-Mail: mrs.piggy7@juno.com
City/State: ca
Country:
Date: Sat Feb 22 22:02:21 2003
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nice site.i like books with ovcerweight women charaters.If you know of any to write


Name: Tiffanie Meese
E-Mail: shoes4t@earthlink.net
City/State: Canton, Ohio
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Thu Feb 20 22:39:15 2003
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Mary, I can't tell you how much I enjoy your books! If you ever decide to start an e-mail newsletter, I would appreciate being put on your mailing list. I am so excited that you have three new books out this year, that information has made my day:) I was wondering if you write under any other names? I own all of your books, with the exception of a few of your first ones. I am a voracious reader and your writing, under any name, is wonderful and I am always anxious for your next book.


Name: Melanie
E-Mail: Thechiqmel@aol.com
City/State: Modesto, CA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Feb 17 18:17:45 2003
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I just finished reading "A Summer to Remember." I read "One Night for Love" about nine months ago and remember feeling sorry for the girl left at the alter when Lily arrived to claim Kilbourne. Of course Lily and Neville's story was beautiful, and I enjoyed reading it. But I am so glad that you gave Lauren another chance to love! I look forward to your 2003 releases. Sincerely, Melanie


Name: Irene
E-Mail: ilouisec@hotmail.com
City/State: Taftville, CT
Country: USA
Date: Sat Feb 15 19:50:46 2003
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Hi Mary, I was able to talk to you personally on the phone once with my sisters at one of our 'Tea Parties'. We still get together, (tomorrow is our next one), and discuss the Regencies we've read etc. "A Summer To Remember" is scheduled to be on our agenda tomorrow. One thing I know already is we all LOVED it!!!! It was so good to hear Laurens' story. The characters are wonderful and the book so stirring! Although I am thrilled to hear you are writing about the Bedwyns,(I esp.like Bewcastle himself and Rannulf so far), I am really eagerly awaiting Gwendolines, story. Please tell us you are going to write her destiny too, as I have so many ideas and questions about her. Thanks for writing - you bring such pleasure to so many! Irene


Name: Samantha Williams
E-Mail: willsamantha4@yahoo.com
City/State: USA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Feb 12 18:46:39 2003
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Thank you for this site and greetings from London! Samantha Williams


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Name: Megan E. Galloway-Winkler
E-Mail: Megan@satx.rr.com
City/State: San Antonio, Texas
Country: USA
Date: Mon Feb 10 17:51:46 2003
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Dear Ms. Balogh; I simply had to write you and tell what an effect your books have had on me. I read romance for quite awhile, and then stopped for over 5 years. A couple weeks ago I picked up No Man's Mistress after the library was out of the mystery I wanted. The cover intriged me and I thought, well why not. I loved it. It made me remember what I loved about romances, but it also made me decide where I wanted to focus myself as a writer. Tada! Romance of course! Thank you so much for writing such a wonderful book, full of powerful emotion, real characters, and inspiring me to get heading where I belonged along! I'm not yet ready to try a historical, but you can bet I'm traveling that path! I'm in the process of reading A Summer To Remember and No Man's Mistress is next on my shelf, soon the be joined by your spring releases! Sincerely, Megan


Name: Mary Bunch
E-Mail: mbunch47@comcast.net
City/State: Willow Grove, PA
Country: USA
Date: Mon Feb 10 14:39:01 2003
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Sending you my new email address. I am awaiting the release of the paperbacks in March, April and May. Mary


Name: helen niestemski
E-Mail: hbn200@yahoo.com
City/State: naugatuck, ct. 06770
Country: usa
Date: Mon Feb 10 08:02:32 2003
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hello, i`m a relatively new reader to romances. i read and reread georgette heyer many years ago. i picked up a romance a few years ago while waiting for a prescription. i was hooked. i enjoy your books. i love going to used book stores to get copies of earlier books. however, i will be getting your new book as soon as i can.


Name: Abigail T
E-Mail: abi_t2@hotmail.com
City/State: Burnaby, BC
Country: Canada
Date: Sun Feb 9 19:28:08 2003
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Hi, I just started reading your books and I love them. It started when I went to the library and picked up No Man's Mistress..I loved the way that you wrote it, and I am a very picky reader, I hate the romance novels that do not have a good story..but I found these ones to be so good. You might like to know that they are very popular books at the library since I can never seem to find the other ones you have written since they are always out or on hold for someone else. I am trying to read all your books, and plan to make them part of my collection once I have enought money to do so. Anyways thanks for your time. I love your books and hope to read all the ones I can find at the library. Thanks for putting a little romance in our live!! :)


Name: Alison Whitemore (The Great Leveller)
E-Mail: the.xtglx@virgin.net
City/State: Perthshire
Country: Scotland. UK
Date: Sat Feb 8 20:32:34 2003
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I only discovered your books last year, and so far have all the books I can get hold of. Its quite difficult to get such books in the UK anyway,(Amazon save my life!.. :) and I just wondered if any of the earlier stories will ever be re-printed maybe in a hardbacked collection series? Anyway, just wanted to say how much I love the books, and am really excited by the newsletter listings. Best wishes


Name: Suhir Morehead
E-Mail: sabriyahm@hotmail.com
City/State: ATL/GA
Country: USA
Date: Sat Feb 8 02:36:57 2003
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Hi I am won of those rare people who slogged through about a thousand ebay auctions and now own all your books. All I have left to get are about 4 anthologies. I did not pay anything outragous. I managed to get 25 in 1 auction for $100 and since the twenty five included alot of your most expensive old regencies I guess I was very lucky. In any case you are my favorite romance author obviously and as I sang your praises the 1st time I signed the guest book this time I have a question. No Man's Mistress is one of my all time favorite books. I really love it. I recently read a review in which the reviewer claimed you were not hard enough on the heroine's mother. Since that is probably my only complaint about the book I would like to ask. Didn't you just hate that character and want her to die. You seemed very sympathatic to her were as I wanted her to come to a horrible end. What gives. Just a question I still absolutely love the book.


Name: Laura Rennie
E-Mail: jimlarnn@attbi.com
City/State: Lawrence, MA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Feb 5 02:10:10 2003
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I was told, by several used book store owners, clerks and dealers - as well as a few friends, that it was an impossible task when I decided to get a copy of each and every one of your books for my collection. And for a while there I started to believe it. I don't think I have to tell you that some of your Signet Regencies are almost impossible, and in some cases, very expensive to get. I still gasp when I see a copy of some of your Regencies going for as much as $100. But I am happy to tell you that I am now within 3 books of my goal. I have a copy of every book you have writen except, Decieved, A Trysting Place and A Certain Magic. And with any luck, it won't be too long before I have copies of them too. I even have four of your Signet Regencies in hard cover. Which leads me to the question I want to ask. How many of your Signet Regencies have been issued in hard cover? Personally I would love to see Severn House issue all of you Signet Regencies in hard cover. Because I have a thing for hard cover books. Don't get me wrong, I like paperbacks and have enough of them to prove it. But there's something about hard cover books that just makes me happy. Anyway, as I was saying, I would love it if Severn House issued more of your Regencies. And if you can could you let me know if they've issed more than the four I know about? Because if they have, I have some book hunting to do. As always, I love your books and I hope you'll keep them coming! God Bless, Laura


Name: Charlene Thomson
E-Mail: jet2002@juno.com
City/State: Glendora CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Feb 4 23:07:22 2003
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Love all your books. Just read about your new ones coming out in 2003. I'm looking forward to getting them. Do you have a story planned about Gwen, Lady Muir. I would love to have that. Also, has your publisher considered issuing all your short stories together? I would certainly be interested in a copy. Thank you for all the wonderful books you have written.


Name: Norma S. Moore
E-Mail: norma733@comcast.net
City/State: Arlington, Virginia
Country: USA
Date: Tue Feb 4 20:04:46 2003
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Dear Mary, I just received my copy of Romantic Times today and you are again nominated for A Summer To Remember-Historical Romance of the year-2002. I also note that Jean is nominated for her book The Seduction and Jo Beverly for her book Hazard. I read all three books and I loved them all. Kathryn is making it so difficult for me-all three of my favoriate authors are nominated!!! I want all three of you to win. I know it is too early, will you be attending the convention in Kansas City, Kansas in October. I sent you an email with my new email address, I hope you received it. Best Regards, Norma


Name: susan bingham
E-Mail: alan.bingham@bt.com
City/State: county antrim
Country: NORTHERN IRELAND
Date: Sun Feb 2 12:11:41 2003
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I love every book written by yourself. I have read some over and over again. PLEASE keep writing. susan


Name: Judy Kirkby
E-Mail: Judlenn@sasktel.net
City/State: Martensville,Sask.
Country: Canada
Date: Sat Feb 1 12:48:12 2003
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I have just finished sitting up half the night to read More than a Mistress.I look forward to reading many more. I was delighted to find out that you live in Saskatchewan. Judy


Name: Donna Sterling
E-Mail: donnasterling@mindspring.com
City/State: Auburn, Georgia
Country: USA
Date: Sat Feb 1 11:08:41 2003
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Mary, I absolutely love your books. All of them. Can't wait to read the next.


Name: Carolyn Jewel
E-Mail: carolyn@carolynjewel.com
City/State: Petaluma CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jan 28 14:54:04 2003
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I just wanted to tell you how much I enjoy your books. Thanks for telling such great stories.


Name: Elba Rivera
E-Mail: eriverapr@earthlink.net
City/State: La Crescenta, CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jan 28 14:11:07 2003
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What a coincidence that I decided to go to your web page when I was reading for the second time A Summer to Remember. I found out here that you are writing about horrible Freyja and her family. I am looking forward to reading about them. I enjoy your writing very much and I am looking forward to read your books for a long time. Thank you.


Name: Mary Muniz
E-Mail: marymuniz@att.net
City/State: Madison, New Jersey
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jan 27 17:49:28 2003
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Dear Mrs. Balogh, I just wanted to let you know, in a thoroughly gushy manner, how much I have enjoyed reading your books and short stories over the years. I guess right from the start with "A Masked Deception." My only problem when I have one of your books or stories to read is whether to finish it in one sitting or to lengthen the enjoyment with a chapter-by-chapter reading. Your characters have never failed to get me caught up in their emotions and feelings. Now I must tell you two of my favorites. Your Christmas-themed stories are always on-the-mark. I re-read "The Christmas Promise" every December as well as "The Best Christmas Ever," which always brings me to the brink of tears, and "The Star of Bethlehem." Anyway, I am looking forward to 2003, and I see from my Amazon.com news and your website, that I will be brought to the brink of tears many times throughout the year! Well, crying is cathartic, they say. Best Wishes to you and I hope you continue to be happy and productive (read as "prolific!") in your beautiful Canadian environment. Not too much pressure, eh? Just another Fan!


Name: Patricia Harkins
E-Mail: HarkinsAmboy50@aol.com
City/State: Stratford, CT
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Sun Jan 26 14:05:44 2003
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I has purchased A Summer To Remember in hardcover and thoroughly enjoyed it. In the past two weeks I have been able to obtain 10 copies of your older novels on the internet and intend to continue until I have read them all. I look forward to the series on the Bedwyn family. I am having a great time reading all your wonderful books. Pat Harkins


Name: sheila shontz
E-Mail: sashontz@insightbb.com
City/State: louisville kentucky
Country: united states
Date: Thu Jan 23 06:27:35 2003
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I have read A Summer to Remember and More than a Mistress and loved them both. I am just starting to read No Man's Mistress. I'm sure I will love it also. I love your style of writing. I have been told that I have a talent for writing and would like to get started on a book. Do you have any advice for a new writer?


Name: Mary Aguiar
E-Mail: mcaguiar@aol.com
City/State: West Palm Beach, FL
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jan 22 22:31:03 2003
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I just purchased your book MORE THAN A MISTRESS because I liked the title. I could not put it down, in fact I was even late to work today because I had to finish it! I also just reviewed your booklist and realized that you also wrote The Betrothal Ball. I read that book years ago, fell in love with it and and never forgot it, unfortunately I passed it on to a friend without jotting down the name of the author. I was so happy to find that you wrote it, now I can't wait to read all your other books. My kindest regards, Mary


Name: Mary Bartolini
E-Mail: lotrabd@hotmail.com
City/State: Port Chester, NY 10573
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jan 21 16:45:47 2003
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I would like more information on your trip to New York City in July. Thank you.


Name: Rhoda Williams
E-Mail: RWilliams@thebault.com
City/State: Newark, NJ
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jan 21 13:01:16 2003
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Mary, I love your books. My favorite is More Than A Mistress. Jocelyn is my favorite type of hero. I am anxiously awaiting the Slightly series featuring the Bedwyns. They were not a likable bunch in A Summer To Remember. I can't wait to see how you redeem them.


Name: Nancy Skinner
E-Mail: noskinner@attbi.com
City/State: Grapevine, TX
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jan 21 00:54:59 2003
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Dear Mary, I have read & loved your stories for many years. And continue to get great pleasure from re-reading them. I look forward to the Bedwyn series in 2003. One question, are you planning to write a story for Gwendoline, the widowed Lady Muir? You have tantalized me with her story in 2 previous books & now I can't wait to read her story. Sincerely yours, Nancy


Name: Carol Anne Mahoney
E-Mail: carolannemahoney@comcast.net
City/State: Nashville, TN
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jan 20 16:38:24 2003
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Ms. Balogh - I just located your website. I was curious as to when your next book would hit the bookstores. I have most of all your books and enjoy re-reading them. Thank you for the wonderful world of Regency you give us! Carol Anne Mahoney


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Name: Lila Tamblyn
E-Mail: tltambl@jnrcom.com
City/State: Newport/ Oregon
Country: USA
Date: Mon Jan 20 03:48:06 2003
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I adore your books. I live in a small town so I buy by mail. I reread your books all the time because they are so interesting. I have preordered all your paperbooks for this year and am looking forward to reading them. Right now my favorites are Heartless and Silent Melody. Some of your used books are very expensive but I buy them anyway. Would you believe my middle name is Novella? My eldest child just came back from a trip to Wales this year. She stayed at a Bed and Breakfast run by Tamblyns for two hundred years. History is so fascinating. Do you like Canada better than Wales? What a terrible thing to ask.


Name: Patricia Harkins
E-Mail: HarkinsAmboy50@aol.com
City/State: Stratford, CT
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jan 18 14:31:22 2003
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I have only recently started to read your books and really enjoy them. I am trying to buy copies of the older ones and have purchased quite a few so far. Looking forward to reading all your new books that will be published this year.


Name: Santanna Balogh
E-Mail: ditzy_chick_18@hotmail.com
City/State: Virden,Mb
Country: Canada
Date: Thu Jan 16 15:48:34 2003
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the site looks goos. can't wait until you some new pics on it. ttyl.


Name: Jennifer Spiller
E-Mail: jr.spiller@verizon.net
City/State: Pittsburgh, PA
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jan 15 23:27:21 2003
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Ms. Balogh, Thank you so much for all your books. I own nearly all of them, and hope to get my hands on the last 10 or to finally read as well. My favorites are "A Christmas Bride," "A Precious Jewel," and "Irrisistable."I first discovered you when I picked up "A Masked Deception" in Waldenbooks while on vacation with my family at about age 15. I'll never forget, because we had to put our collie, Cyrano, to sleep that week, and I met my first love the following week. The pleasure and escape it provided got me through that time as I read it over and over again. Little did I know that I wouldn't be able to run out and get another of your books right away. It was the first! I love romance, but in my teens, I could easily have gotten swept up in fairy tales whose heroes never reflect real men at all. Thirteen years after reading your first book, I want to thank you for providing a woman's fantasy world of love that still holds up many different (sometimes seemingly unlikely) kinds of people as heroes and heroines. Your stories recognize the quiet pleasure of love and its remarkable healing powers, as well as the fiery passion that we all fantasize about. Thank you for sex scenes where women don't crawl into bed with a perfect stranger and have multiple orgasms while losing their virginity! Thank you for quiet sex,comforting sex, sex in grief, sex in anger, sex without a clue, and sex that makes your spirit soar. Thank you for relationships that don't always fit an established mold, and for characters that are sometimes hard to like, but genuinely need our compassion. Thank you for all the fairy tales that teach forgiveness--not just for others, but for ourselves. Two and a half years ago I met a man 6 years younger than myself, younger even than my baby brother. He was the kindest, most loving man I have ever known, with a staggeringly creative intellect. He had a gentle and tender soul, and yet was a rock of strength and leadership for others. Still, he could be racked by self-doubt and guilt. Extremely tall and wiry, with a delicate face, deep sapphire eyes, and an unruly mop of golden hair, on the surface he did not seem my ideal and powerful man at all. But luckily, I had a head filled with the love stories of *your* books, and so when the moment came, and I realized that there was one person I looked for wherever I went, one person who could be depended on to make me laugh or come to my rescue, or try harder to find the good in someone,I knew better than to fight it. All I had to do was get him to know, too. :) We were married last August, and in a decade or so (if their spines haven't disintegrated) I'll be passing your books to my daughter (or sensitive son) secure in the knowledge that they'll be reading the truest sort of fairy-tale where integrity, honor, and noble intentions finally claim the day... and, of course, where love always conquers all. With deep appreciation, Jennifer Spiller


Name: another appreciative reader
E-Mail: don't have E-mail!
City/State: Delaware
Country: USA
Date: Wed Jan 15 00:20:42 2003
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My favorites are Judith and Max.


Name: Sarah Neal
E-Mail: sarneal@mac.com
City/State:
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jan 14 17:39:19 2003
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I just finished reading More Than A Mistress and I loved it. I'm going to start the sequel soon. I thought your potrayal of Jocelyn's pain was brillant. I fell in love with Jocelyn's friend Conan Brougham. Will he be getting a book in the future?


Name: Marianne Gale
E-Mail: mgale@mindspring.com
City/State: Bedford, MA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jan 14 16:24:00 2003
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Thank you! It's lovely to know that when I pick up one of your books, I can take myself away to an adventure and I know I'll enjoy.


Name: Edith Navoa
E-Mail: mednavoa@yahoo.com
City/State:
Country: Philippines
Date: Tue Jan 14 02:46:15 2003
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I have always enjoyed reading your books. Keep on writing and I promise to keep on reading. Wishing you continued success in the years to come!


Name: gloria everton
E-Mail: joannawannabe@aol.com
City/State: new bedford ma
Country: bristol
Date: Mon Jan 13 19:07:22 2003
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i love your books keep writing them i love the on MORE THEN A MISTRESS


Name: Edie Ramer
E-Mail: edie@netwurx.net
City/State: Richfield, Wisconsin
Country: United States
Date: Mon Jan 13 10:36:57 2003
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Mary, I always look forward to reading your books. You are the best! Edie Ramer


Name: Lydia
E-Mail: Lydhaz@aol.com
City/State: McLean, VA 22101
Country: USA
Date: Sun Jan 12 18:22:35 2003
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I had a complete collection of your books. Unfortunately I had to sell my larger home and move into smaller quarters. When doing so I gave away many of the earlier ones. Much to my dismay I now find that I would like to reread some of them. Do you plan to reissue some of your earlier works such as, The Secret Pearl, The Web of Love etc. Sincerely lydhaz


Name: Heather
E-Mail: stardreamer2@msn.com
City/State: Peculiar, Mo
Country: USA
Date: Sat Jan 11 21:11:53 2003
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I really enjoy your books. Once I start reading one of them I can't put it down. I just can't wait until your our books come out. I will be one of the first people to get them. I hope that you continue writting because I would be completly bored if you stopped. Thank you for giving everyone who reads your books, the enjoyment of reading them. I also want to Congratulate you on your awards. You deserve every single one of them. :)


Name: Ms Victoria Maria Balogh
E-Mail: vic007@netspace.net.au
City/State: Victoria
Country: Australia
Date: Sat Jan 11 05:40:33 2003
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Congratulations on your books. l am also from a Hungarian background. My family is actually one of the oldest families in Hungary the Batori Family. One day l will write a book about what really happen, apparently there has already been books. But they are not l have heard from the information past down the family line. It needs to be recorrect. God Bless.


Name: Mary Ann Scott
E-Mail: mainla@attbi.com
City/State: Los Angeles, CA
Country: USA
Date: Tue Jan 7 21:50:28 2003
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A fellow Balogh fan asked me to find "Perry's" story, knowing I have all of your books. Since I read at least one novel a day, it wasn't right in the front of my mind. Rather than check all the back covers, I went through your backlist and found it immediately. You have the very best website--which is only fitting for the very best regency romance queen--lol. Thank you for all the happy hours.


Name: June Marshall
E-Mail: steamengines@worldnet.att.net
City/State: Fort Worth, TX
Country: United States
Date: Tue Jan 7 16:22:00 2003
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I have enjoyed your books since I first started reading romance. I have loved No Man's Mistress and A Summer to Remember. They are both on my keeper list. I am looking forward to your next books.


Name: nancy nimmo
E-Mail: megandcate@cox.net
City/State: laguna niguel, california
Country: usa
Date: Mon Jan 6 23:43:21 2003
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I am most grateful, and humbled to be able to send you my greetings. You are my favorite romance writer, and news of new books always send ripples of new news through our ranks of readers. I can recall the first book i read, a long night of no sleep and an even longer wait for the book store to ooen. I bought every single one of you titles, and feasted. There are many things you do as a writer especially well. your dialouge is sharp and weighted and gives high definition to your characters. Your plots are big with lovely sub texts. YOur characters are credible, then likeable, then rather flawed at times. I will remain ever faithful--wish you continued success--and my order for the next book is placed. Kindly re-remind us when amazon let's us pre-order your very newest. I'll keep a look-out too. cheers-your loyal fan--nancy nimmo


Name: Audrey
E-Mail: sweetbebe717@hotmail.com
City/State: Tucson, AZ
Country: United States
Date: Sun Jan 5 16:33:58 2003
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I am about to finish "One night for love" and I'm enjoying it a lot! This book is great and I can't wait to read more books done by you! Your book is wonderful!!!!


Name: Mira
E-Mail: mirjana@elvis.com
City/State: hamilton, ontario
Country: Canada
Date: Fri Jan 3 23:22:08 2003
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can't wait for the Bedwyn series especially Wolfrics' story-- your books are wonderful!!!


Name: Cynthia Anderson
E-Mail: canderson@monmouth.com
City/State: Fair Haven New Jersey, 07704
Country: U.S.A.
Date: Fri Jan 3 16:39:21 2003
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Mary, I have read A Summer To Remember, and enjoyed it a lot, I am now waithing for the Bewcastle series to come out starting, out in April, May, and June of this year. Question? is there going to be a story about the Duke of BewCastle? he seemed very interesting person. Cynthia Anderson


Name: Sarah Pinnington
E-Mail: alpha2003@tiscali.co.uk
City/State: Maidstone, Kent
Country: United Kingdom
Date: Thu Jan 2 16:19:55 2003
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Dear Mary I love my historical/regencies and you are one of my favorite authors. I find it enourmoulsy frustrating that I find your books so hard to obtain in the UK, when all is said and done they are set over here and deal with my country's history!!! I have been searching for Silent Melody for ages after I read Heartless I really wanted to know what happended. Once again its out of print. I had a lucky find last year, I went into My Local Oxfam second handbook shop and found 26 of your signet regencies. I Bought them all and loved them (my hubby was not pleased as I have to read a book from cover to cover in one go!!!). The Notorious Rake, and the Ideal Wife were exceptional, real emotional and very believable characters which is why I feel your books really stand out, they come over as real people complete with some great good points but also vulnerable and showing some of the weaker frailities as well. Well thanks for the enjoyment you bring Mary, now |I have jointed the 21st Century and got E Mail I hope it will be easier to get hold of your future works. Best Wishes Sarah


Name: gwen geisinger
E-Mail: gwengeisinger@aol.com
City/State: brooklyn ny
Country: usa
Date: Wed Jan 1 19:09:40 2003
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I've been a total bibliophile all my life but alas I had been brainwashed against Romance novels for too long. Now I feel - My God, where have they been hiding all this time? They seem like natural heirs to the Brontes and Jane Austen! I've discovered the whole genre all because of your books.Your books are filled with complexity, intelligence,beauty and emotion.I'm trying to collect all your backlist.I was thrilled to see the books coming out in 2003. Where do you get the energy and imagination? I love all your books but I recently read "Longing" and it made me cry. It wasn't just the love story but the compassionate and altruistic nature of the hero. Were there ever real mine owners who had that kind of heart and vision? Thank you so much for your beautiful books. A devoted fan


Name: Marianne
E-Mail: kendallee1895@yahoo.com
City/State: worcester,MA
Country: usa
Date: Wed Jan 1 19:09:20 2003
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looking for your books in audio format. you mentioned perhaps having A Summer to Remember done in audio...is this an option??? the more books in audio the better!!