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Monday, February 14, 2011

Oliver's Pregnant...Sort Of! Sharon A. Donovan's Charade of Hearts. Chance to Win Blue Diamond Earrings and a $20 Gift Certificate!

Welcome to my Celts and More Blog Event. Happy Valentines Day! For those of you unfamiliar, the purpose of this particular event is to not only introduce you to some fabulous Celtic romance writers but to also familiarize you with their non-Celtic work. What really sets this event apart? Each and every week, you’ll be able to read a never-before-seen excerpt from the main story being featured. That’s right, a one of a kind, meant for your eyes only skit the author either wrote especially for this event or a deleted scene the author simply had to share!

This week I’m totally thrilled to welcome back wonderfully talented, award-winning author, Sharon A. Donovan. When it comes to romantic tales of inspiration and suspense, Sharon’s stories are simply untouchable. The never before read excerpt Sharon’s sharing is from her recent release, Charade of Hearts. And whoa! Guess what? Oliver’s part of this! Not familiar with Oliver? Then you haven’t lived yet. At the end of this post I’ll be sharing a special place on the internet you can go every Friday to spend time with both the lovely Sharon and her hotter than hot side-kick, Oliver. (This guy is such a blast and…did I mention how drop dead gorgeous he is? *Smiles*)

Time to get back to business. Be sure to pay extra close attention. Sharon has a special message for you after her excerpt. Okay, the floor is yours, Sharon!

From Sharon to You…never before read…

Nighttime had fallen over the Emerald Isle on this most romantic of nights. Oliver linked his fingers through the lovely Dominique’s as they walked.

Bringing her hand to his mouth, he brushed it with a feathery kiss, a smile teasing his lips. “You’ll love it here at the Bunratty, my sweet. This gorgeous Georgian castle was once home to Earls and now boasts an impressive menu of fine food and wine. When you hear the music, you’ll think you’ve died and gone to heaven, and the theatrics are performed by the Bunratty Singers.”

“I can’t wait, my darling. And what better way to celebrate our first wedding anniversary than to bring me to Ireland. You have to be the most romantic husband in the world, and you are mine all mine!”

Oliver winked, a mischievous twinkle coming into his eye. “I dare say you like your Valentine gift, my pet?”

“Oh, my darling,” she purred, her voice laced with seduction. “I most definitely like, and I’ll show you just how much when I get you between those satin sheets in that big brass bed in our room!”

Oliver’s liquid brown eyes darken with passion. Grazing her bottom lip with his teeth, he growled. “My sweet, is that a promise or a threat?”

“My darling Valentine, just you wait!”

Slipping his arm around Dominique’s slender waist, he stole a kiss. “Get ready for a night of being treated like a queen, my queen.”

Greeted at the door with a tune of welcome by a kilted piper, the banquet was off to a lovely start.

“Welcome me lord and me lady!” the Earl’s butler shouted with gusto. “If you will please follow me right this way.”

He led Oliver and Dominique up the castle steps and across the draw bridge before going onward to the upper Great Hall where the ladies greeted them with a goblet of Mead.

One of the maidens beamed. “According to legend, if you drink of the sweet wine, the marriage is said to be blessed with the wee ones.”

Dominique’s crystal blue eyes glistened with tears. Their glasses clinked in a toast. The draft whistling through the hall carried the scent of her lavender perfume. She smiled a knowing smile.

The Earl’s butler welcomed guests, toasting an era with wine and a four-course meal.

“Before you are served,” he proclaimed with great ceremony. “A taster will sample each course in the unlikely event that someone might wish to bring harm to the Earl -- or one of his guests on this most glorious night.”

While Oliver and Dominique enjoyed Tomato Bisque, brought to their lips in typical fifteenth century etiquette, the Bunratty Singers entertained them with harp and fiddle. For the next two hours, from soup and salad to roasted chicken, the blissful couple dined in old world style.

Back in their room, the fire in the hearth crackled and hissed, the brilliant orange spears as bright as a sorcerer’s flame. Pulling his wife into his lap, Oliver gazed into her eyes.

“Do you have any idea how beautiful you look tonight, my love? Your skin is positively glowing.”

“Oh, Oliver,” Dominique moved a little closer, her voice thick with desire. “Our first wedding anniversary was perfect. My darling, you have to be the most romantic husband in the world, and I love you so.”

My sweet pet,” Oliver reached into his pocket and pulled out a jeweler’s box. Brushing his sensual lips to hers, he flipped up the lid. “Happy Valentines Day, my pet.”

A pair of heart-shaped blue diamond earrings twinkled in the firelight, the sterling silver reflecting like shining stars.

Dominique sighed. “Oh, Oliver, such a hopeless romantic!”

Oliver winked. “I aim to please.”

“Now for my Valentines surprise,” Dominique kissed her husband. “Remember what that lady at the castle said about drinking the mead and the marriage being blessed with the wee ones? My love, I’m pregnant, we’re having a baby!”

Oliver’s face lit up with joy. “A baby, my sweet darling girl. I love you with all my heart. You are and always will be my one true love.”

Dear Reader,

Wishing you and your one true love a Happy Valentines Day. May it be blessed with joy and happiness, now and forever!

I hope you enjoyed the skit I wrote for your pleasure. Based on the hero and heroine of Charade of Hearts, my latest romantic suspense by The Wild Rose Press as part of the Jewel of the Night series, this excerpt is not part of the published book. Hats off to Sky for giving birth to this ingenious idea as part of her Celts and More blog tour. Thank you, m’dear!

Now for my Valentines Day surprise. See the picture above showcasing the beautiful sterling silver heart blue diamond earrings, estimated to be approximately 1/8 of a ct. Aren’t they gorgeous? They can be yours and here’s how.

Simply race to your computer and download your hot off the press copy of Charade of Hearts and answer the following question to me in a private email.


What emblem is tattooed on the ring leader to designate power?

Remember to email answers to me in a private email to sharonad@comcast.net

Please put Valentines contest in the subject line. This contest will run until the end of the month. Oliver will draw the lucky winner on my blog on February 28th.


Thank you, ladies and good luck!


Sky here! WOW, Sharon, that was incredible. I absolutely LOVED it! Thank you so much for sharing and another huge thank you for offering such a wonderful prize. Look at those earrings! And...big news, Dominique is pregnant! What a spectacular Valentine's gift for Oliver! To Oliver…what can I say? First of all, congratulations!!! Then Sky sighs and swoons because Oliver's standing so close. I think actions speak louder than words. In fact, I can't help myself. I'm such a fan that I've decided to spinkle this post not only with Sharon's book covers but Oliver himself.

And naturally, I want to share a little bit more about this story so again…the floor’s yours, Sharon!







I am thrilled to announce the release of Charade of Hearts, the book you’ve all been waiting for. In my latest romantic suspense by The Wild Rose Press, our very own Oliver fights off the villain to save his lady love from harm’s way. Welcome to gorgeous Hawaii. Why Hawaii you ask? Because the tropical paradise is the setting for Charade of Hearts, and as one of the books in the Jewel of the Night series, it packs a lot of heat! And now it’s time to get a sneak preview!

While scuba diving off the coast of Diamond Head with her diving partner on a quest to find a family heirloom, underwater photographer Dominique St. John witnesses his brutal murder and photographs it, ensnaring her in a deadly jewel ring. And when the investigating officer turns out to be her partner’s identical twin, a man she knew nothing about, her life becomes a Charade of Hearts.

Welcome to the world of greed, intrigue, deception and murder. And at its core is a blue diamond worth millions.

As honest as his twin was corrupt, Honolulu Homicide Detective Oliver Carvalho must convince Dominique that her diving partner and best friend was a crook. In a race against time, Oliver must rescue Dominique from a ruthless killer. But his biggest challenge proves to be mending a broken heart torn by betrayal that can only be redeemed by love.


The fog in her head slowly cleared. She was on assignment in Hawaii, photographing the shipwreck that had taken her mother’s life. And while she’d been shooting pictures, Roberto had been scouring the ocean floor for her mother’s blue diamond. Her stomach tightened and cramped. It was all coming back. By some miracle, Roberto had managed to find the necklace. And just as they were about to surface, a diver came out of nowhere and stabbed him. Her eyelids flew open in shocked horror. Her heartbeat tripled, causing the soft beeping to crescendo to an ear-splitting shriek.

“Easy, Ms. St. John,” a nurse was at her side checking her vitals while a younger nurse adjusted the monitor.

“Roberto!” Dominique screamed, her voice a nasally squeak. Frustrated and annoyed, she yanked the tubing out of her nose and tried again. “My diving partner? Is he here? Roberto Carvalho?”

The woman’s expression softened. “I’m sorry, Ms. St. John. I really don’t know anything about your partner. You were the only patient brought in by emergency helicopter. You’re at the Queens clinic. You have the bends from ascending too quickly.”

She needed to find out about Roberto. Who would know? The owner of the charter boat. He would know. Dominique recalled him hoisting her onto the charter, removing her wet suit and then what? She remembered hearing a helicopter a split second before passing out. And she vaguely recalled telling him Roberto had been stabbed by a diver. Dear God. Killer sharks had been thrashing toward Roberto, jaws chomping. The words came out in a strangled moan. “The owner of the charter? Is he here?”

The nurse shook her head. “He stayed for a while to make sure you were all right. But he had to leave. But there is someone anxious to speak to you when you feel up to it.”

And that’s when Dominique spotted him, big as life, framing the doorway to the small room. He was fine; he’d survived the shark attack. His name caught in her throat. “Roberto! You’re alive! How…”

He strutted toward her, his narrow hips swaggering as he closed in on her, stirring her blood with a primal lust she had never felt. And those dark, broody eyes, so alive with passion, like fiery comets. She reached for him with her free hand. “Dear Lord, you’re safe! Thank God.”

He loomed above her, his lips pinched into a thin line. “I’m sorry, Ms. St. John, but I am not Roberto. He flashed a badge. “I am Detective Oliver Carvalho, Honolulu PD, Homicide. Roberto Carvalho was my identical twin brother.”

What they're saying about CHARADE OF HEARTS...

Mystery, suspense and romance all in a beautiful tropical Hawaiian setting, what more can you ask for? Maybe, a hunk of a hero? Charade of Hearts has all that and more. This great read covers many genres in one book. Go grab your copy of Ms. Donovan’s latest read today.

~ Matilda, Coffee Time Romance & More

Charade of Hearts is a fast paced, edge of your seat romance laced with twists and turns along the way. The action scenes throughout this book will literally find you catching your breath. Ms. Donovan has a gift when it comes to writing a very descriptive novel which pulls me in every time. I get lost in her work and look forward to each new book. As for Charade of Hearts, you don't want to miss this book. Ms. Donovan has written a tantalizing read that will keep you on your toes. If you love tropical locations, good vs. evil and a sweet romantic suspense, Charade of Hearts is the book for you.

~Val, You Gotta Read

A little about Oliver!

For those of you who follow my blog... http://sharondonovan.blogspot.com/

You’ve already met my sexy cyber butler and know that he serves your favorite drink with a wink and a smile. What you may not know is that Oliver serves as my butler to amuse himself on his days off from his real job (as he points out to me on a daily basis) as a secret agent man for the FBI. It’s true, Oliver has put his life on the line countless times to save the women and children, traveling undercover to remote corners of the world as Mozambique, Egypt and Bangladesh.

I created the character of Oliver shortly after creating my blog. Knowing I wanted to promote fellow authors once a week, Wednesday Spotlight was born. The interviews were fun, and while I tried to ask questions that hadn’t been asked a million times over, I soon realized blog interviews were quickly becoming yesterday’s news. Something fresh needed to be done and it came to me at the bar and grill I go to once a month with my writers group after the meetings.

The bistro has a warm and friendly atmosphere. This group of talented writers have become some of my best friends, and sharing ideas and challenges over a glass of wine and scrumptious appetizers is very rewarding.

Our waiter, an outgoing man with the gift of gab and a memory like a steel trap to boot, inspired the character of Oliver. He knew us all by name and impressed us by never forgetting our favorite drink and choice in cuisine. The entire scenario was rather reminiscent of one of my all time favorite television shows of the 80s Cheers—a place where everybody knows your name!

One night after returning home from a meeting and jaunt to our favorite watering hole, I turned on my computer and began doing my feature for Wednesday Spotlight. That’s when the idea of Oliver Butler for my blog hit me like a bolt of thunder. I got a sexy male model and ran with it. Oliver is a butler, bar tender, gourmet chef, lady killer and secret agent man. This man of many talents knows everybody’s name and will serve favorite drinks with a wink and a smile!

With the dawning of a new year came the launching of a new endeavor, featuring the man who wears many hats. Every Wednesday, those who have something to rant and rave about are invited to come into Oliver’s bar, order your favorite drink and vent to your heart’s content. Oliver promises to lend an ear and offer up a heaping portion of sound advice. But you know what they say about being forewarned and forearmed. Take his advice to heart or take it with a grain of salt. But whatever the case, take it in the spirit with which it was given and roll with it.

Dear Oliver can be read every Wednesday on my blog... http://sharondonovan.blogspot.com/

If you would like to be a guest, contact me at Sharonad@comcast.net

Sky again! So good to learn more about Oliver! And, I can’t wait to dive into Charade of Hearts, Sharon. I love your writing style. Let’s check out the other story Sharon would like to share, HER BIGGEST FAN…

From the shadows of the woods, he keeps vigil. The stage is set to drive the pretty little princess insane. He’s coming for her. And when he catches her, he’ll pounce on her like the big bad wolf.

After receiving a disturbing fan letter, New York Times best-selling author Tess Kincaid flees to the New England home she’s inherited following her father’s suicide. The manor has been tainted with, every room staged to resemble the way it was in its glory days. But when Tess calls the police, the chilling props vanish into thin air.

Ruggedly handsome Sheriff Mike Andretti is called to investigate the reported burning candles, dancing gargoyles and otherworldly. When he discovers no trace of the eerie setting, he finds himself caught between duty and desire. Is the woman with the bewitching green eyes delusional--or is this a trap of twisted wit set by a demented fan?
From the grand ballroom, the soft floating of piano keys drifted, louder and louder, faster and faster, reaching a spiking crescendo that shook the chandelier. And then all was quiet as the manor settled from the riveting climax that rattled the windows.

An eerie twine hummed through the corridor. Shocked by the scaling spike of piano keys, Tess’s knees wobbled. Floundering, she leaned against the wall for support.

She gasped for breath, her heartbeat escalating. In barely more than a whisper, she called out. “Daddy?”

Her mind raced. Could her dad be alive? Did he stage his own death? Tears stung her eyes. She had to find out. But still, she proceeded with caution. She sensed evil from deep in her soul.
Camouflaged in the dim lighting, Tess scaled along the walls of the barrel corridor, blending into the dark wood paneling.

Inching her way a bit deeper, she crept, her heart pounding. Beads of sweat trickled down her spine. A door banged, sounding like shutters smacking the house. Then she felt a rush of cool air coming from the grand ballroom, dank with the smell of rain and something else. Burning candles.

Fear clutched her from deep within. As she got closer, the scent of jasmine grew stronger. The sweet smell permeated the air. It was as if her father were still alive, entertaining in the grand ballroom. Just as Tess reached the arched column to the massive hall, a bolt of thunder exploded in the sky, followed by an illuminating flash of lightning. Then all went dark.

Tess stood at the entrance, polarized. Goose bumps prickled her flesh. When the icy instrumental of Moonlight Sonata started all over again, she took a step back and gasped. Peering into the massive hall, she stared in disbelief.

On either side of the mahogany bar, standing candelabras gleamed, long white tapers flickering in the dark. Open terrace doors banged in the wind, bringing in the pouring rain. The air carried the mingled scent of jasmine and stale tobacco. Pleated silk drapes billowed out like wings.

Rain puddled the cherry wood floor that once sparkled beneath the mirrored ceiling and crystal chandelier. The ghostly sound of piano keys escalated as Moonlight Sonata played on the old Victrola. And in the center of the room, looking for all the world like guests of honor at a grand masquerade, two wax gargoyles danced cheek to cheek, costumed in feather masks as bizarre as the setting.


ISBN: 1-60154-813-3


The Wild Rose Press

Purchase HERE.

Visit Sharon at her Website.

Sharon's blog...Where the one and only Oliver will mix your favorite cocktail with a wink and a smile!


What reviewers are saying about Her Biggest Fan

An edge of your seat chilling suspense, I couldn‘t wait to see what would happen next. Her Biggest Fan really was a book I couldn‘t put down. This book was an addicting, pulse-pounding read with an explosive climax. The drama was intense and I loved every minute of it.

Read full review HERE.

Rating: You Gotta Read!

Reviewed by Val

This was a great mixture of psychological thriller, Classic Gothic and old Hollywood glamor.

 I loved the setting of this story and could practically smell the salt water in the air and hear the soothing sounds of the ocean--mix that in with a desolate manor house—it begs for a thrilling tale to be told. Fans of this well-written genre will definitely enjoy this story.

The Romance Studio

Rating: 4 hearts

And one last time…Sky here! How fantastic do Sharon’s stories sound? I’ve really enjoyed featuring her this week. As I mentioned earlier in the post, there’s another spot you can find Sharon’s, Oliver. Every Friday three wonderful authors come together…Sharon Donovan, Mary Ricksen and Hywela Lyn (AKA-Lyn) and of course, Oliver to ‘Roast’ various authors. It’s always such an absolute blast that I highly recommend you pop over to the ‘Author Roast and Toast’ if you have a chance.

Also, as an added bonus, because it’s Valentines Day week I’ll be offering a second prize. For a chance to win a $20 dollar gift certificate to Digi Books Café, list the following in a comment at this blog…

Name all seven of Sharon’s publications as well as which of her titles is first on your, “I can’t wait to read this!” list and why based on the blurb. Click HERE to locate what you’re looking for.

So here’s a recap of all the fantastic ways you can win.

#1- See the picture above showcasing the beautiful sterling silver heart blue diamond earrings, estimated to be approximately 1/8 of a ct. Aren’t they gorgeous? They can be yours and here’s how.

Simply race to your computer and download your hot off the press copy of Charade of Hearts and answer the following question to me in a private email.


What emblem is tattooed on the ring leader to designate power?

Remember to email answers to Sharon in a private email to sharonad@comcast.net

Please put Valentines contest in the subject line. This contest will run until the end of the month. Oliver will draw the lucky winner on Sharon's blog on FEBRUARY 28th.

Click HERE to purchase.

#2- For a chance to win a $20 dollar gift certificate to Digi Books Café, list the following in a comment at this blog…

Name all seven of Sharon’s publications, which is first on your, “I can’t wait to read this!” list based on the blurb and why. Click HERE to locate what you’re looking for.

Second Contest ends FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18th, 12 PM EST.

I hope everyone enjoyed getting to know Sharon Donovan better. Remember, she loves to hear from her readers so feel free to contact her at sharonad@comcast.net

Sharon will be popping in and out this week so be sure to comment with praise or questions about her work whether or not you decide to enter the contests.

Interested in learning more about another great author? Perhaps enter for a chance to win another prize? Pop over to The Write Life now!




Sky Purington said...

Sharon, welcome! I can't believe Oliver's pregnant. Well, you know what I mean. Lordy, lordy...he's bound to produce one very pretty child! Such a fan-tabulous never-before-seen excerpt. LOVE it!!!

Sky Purington said...

Oliver, congratulations!!! What a wonderful wee bit o' news you received for Valentine's day! :)

Author Roast and Toast said...

Hello Sky and Sharon, dear friends. What a fantastic post - and I just love the excerpt!

Sharon, as you know, I've read all your books and each one seems better than the last, and of course I'm totally captivated by 'Charade Of Hearts' but really all your books are so different, it's very difficult to pick a favourite, they're all so amazing and beautifully written.

And Oliver - well Oliver knows how I feel abaout him :) I can imagine a 'little Oliver' would inherit all the charm and good looks of his dad - wow!

Thanks for the 'plug' for Author Roast and Toast', Sky, you're more than welcome to party with us any time!

Thank you ladies for a wonderful post.

Hywela Lyn said...

Sorry, I forgot to switch 'users' that last comment was actually from me! :)

Maeve Greyson said...

Oh my! Congratulations Oliver and I so enjoyed the excerpt about Bunratty Castle. I was there this fall and it was LOVELY.

Chicks of Characterization said...

Wow, Sharon! Loved, loved loved, all the excerpts!!! Your books sound awesome! I am heading over to your website to check them out more!! Charade of Hearts sounds great, and really who can resist Bunratty castle?? I can't!!!

Thanks so much for this event Sky, love the idea of the missing scene!!! Too cool!!!

Ok, Sharon's books are:

Charade of Hearts
Her biggest Fan
Mask of the Betrayer
Echo of a Raven
The Claddaugh Ring
Touched by an Angel
Lasting Love

And I would love to read all of them, the first one I would go for is- Touched by an Angel.....

Then Charade of Hearts... and then the suspense one's!!!!

Thanks so much for sharing ladies!!! And for this great opportunity!!

And Sharon, I hope you are feeling well!!!

Take care,


Carol L. said...

Hi Sky and Sharon,
Happy Valentine's Day to you both.
I'm crazy about Oliver from Sharon's site. And now there will be a little Oliver :)Here is the list of Sharon's books:
Lasting Love
Touched By An Angel
The Caddagh Ring
Echo of a Raven
Mask of The Betrayer
Her Biggest Fan
Charade of Hearts.
I have now put Charade of Hearts, The Claddagh Ring and Touched By An Angel. I love anything Celtic. But they just called to me and so I now have to read them :)
Carol L

Mary Ricksen said...

Sharon you are just amazing, you know how I feel!You are one of the best authors I have ever had the privilege to know! Your soul shines brightly!
Oliver, wow, quick work, good luck and I hope you live HEA. Just don't tell the ladies your married!

Sharon Donovan said...

Hi Sky sweetie! Thanks so much for this delicious opportunity to post a unique and never before published excerpt between Oliver and Dominique—what fun! Your blog is so wildly imaginative, is it any wonder we love you so! I’m thrilled that you enjoyed my Valentine skit and how can we not love a pint-size Oliver to look forward to. Thank you for hosting me this week and for your awesome contest on top of mine. You are too generous! Wishing all a Happy Valentines Day!

My lovely Lyn, soul sister, your sweet words about me and my writing always makes me aware of just how fortunate I am to live in a world of cyberspace madness where an awesome friend like you, who shares my passion for legend and lore, family, friendship and animals is just a shot away. I love you, my sweet darling girl.

Maeve, sweet friend, Oliver adores you and your friendship and support mean the world to me. I agree, dining with the Earl at Bunratty Castle was a highlight of my Ireland trip not to be missed. We traveled to the Emerald Isle in June and it was a wee bit chilly but lovely nonetheless..

Andrea, sweet darling girl, what can I say after all that praise and flattery but go on! Seriously, though I am deeply touched and moved that my books and excerpts have enticed you enough to take a jaunt over to my website. Here’s hoping that you enjoy my books and please let me know what you think. Touched by an Angel is a short and sweet inspi with a lesson for the living. Live life to the fullest and make every day count.

Carol, sweet lass, Oliver and the wee one are so real to me. I’ve had such fun creating his character on my blog as my cyber butler and now as a detective in my suspense tales, we both love hearing that he pleases my readers. I’m equally thrilled and tickled with your choices in my books. Personally, if you want a sweet tear jerker filled with Celtic legend and lore, The Claddaugh Ring is for you. Enjoy and please let me know what you think of my books. Lovely chatting with you. Happy Valentines Day!

Mary, darling girl of my heart and my sweet soul sister. Just so everyone knows just how big her heart is, she just called to make sure I was all right since I wasn’t online all day. Love you my sister! Lyn is the same way. We three share a wonderful bond and is the reason we connect so well on the roast. We are family!

Sky Purington said...

Thanks for joining us, Lyn! I totally agree, that excerpt was top-notch! And how could I not mention The Roast? You Ladies do a fabulous job with it. :)

Sky Purington said...

Oh, how wonderful Maeve! The castle must have been so beautiful in fall. I'm jealous! :)

Sky Purington said...

Thanks, Andrea! You're such a sweetie. I really wanted to get outside of the 'interview' box and this idea seemed just the thing.

Sky Purington said...

Carol, you have good taste m'dear! All three are on my 'MUST READ' list too. :)))

Sky Purington said...

Mary, what a beautiful thing to say of Sharon...her soul shines brightly. Absolutely true!

Sharon Donovan said...

Sky, dear, let me just thank you once again for this wonderful and deliciously creative promotional opportunity. Y'all rock the page, sweetie!

Oliver said...

My lovelies, thank y'all for popping over to chat. And might I be so bold as to say how wonderfully delicious y'all look. Wink. But none as delicious as Sky. What's your secret, sweet thing?

Sky Purington said...

You're very welcome, Sharon! I love having you visit. Best keep this blog on your 'must promo here' list for all upcoming book releases. I'll accept nothing less!

Sky Purington said...

*Blushes* Dear Oliver, you've a way with words! My secret? I think it's just the natural glow that comes from keeping good company. *winks*

Debra St. John said...

Hi Sharon and Sky,

Fabulous post, ladies. I loved the skit with Oliver.

I've had the good fortune to have Oliver cater to my every whim on several occassions, and it's a treat not to be missed.

-kisses- Oliver, Darling!