64 thoughts on “Comment to Win ~ January 15-30 Giveaway”

  1. I would want to be Marianne in Sense and Sensibility (I know it’s the movie version) but I adore Alan Rickman as Colonel Brandon.

    1. Hmm. It’s been a while since I saw that movie. I loved David Morrissey in the role of Colonel Brandon in the 2008 mini series.

  2. I think it is because I just read the first few of Jenn Stark’s Immortal Vegas books in the last couple of days. But right now I want to be Sara Wilde. That will likely change with the next book I read…

  3. I would be C’Nedra from The Belgariad by David Eddings. She learns that you have to believe in yourself and that you can be stronger than you ever thought you could be in the right circumstances.

  4. I’d like to be Arabelle in the Beauty, Everland Ever After Tale. She overcomes being a widow twice. And is raising a son.

  5. I would be Beth Ackerly in The Maddness of Lord Ian Mackenzie by Jennifer Ashley. Her life is so full trials but the way she and Ian connect is truly beautiful.

  6. I would be Maddie Grant because she gets and keeps Alex Grant (swoon thrice) in Kiera Montclair’s “Rescued by the Highlander”! Lord I love that man!

  7. I would be Scarlett O’Hara from Gone With the Wind. I realize the book is getting a lot of shade right now for the racist portrayal of slaves and slave life but Scarlett’s own life was fascinating. She was a single working mother and a successful businesswoman. She had a lot of faults but she was a survivor (and she had great clothes).

  8. I’d be part Jeannette from the glass castle and part somebody from a book so boring it hasn’t been written lol.

  9. Honoria Cynster from Devils Bride. She has that man’s complete love and adoration, add in the fact of that family! That would be even better than having Sam and Dean rescuing me!

  10. I always wanted to be the hero. I guess that is the answer everyone would give. I have read all your free books and have like them all especially the one about the about food poisoning in the schools. It was hard to believe Simone would do such a thing to children.

  11. I would be Claire Fraser from Outlander. She’s just so – everything! Dr, Mother, Wife, she’s a fighter, a survivor, a lover. Clever, strong, resilient.

  12. I would be Lady Selina Crampton from “For the Love of the Lady”, i like a lady who is noble and is ready to give up everything for the sake of her one true love

  13. I would definitely choose to be Lady Elise Smith from “For the Love of the Viscount”.

    The reason for this is because not only was she smart, but an intellectual defying paradigms of her time.

    I love heroines that are happy with the portion of life that they are living, but cannot settle down easily, as expected by society, and instead search for ways to take advantage of opportunities beyond what is expected from them.

  14. This is a hard one. There are so many books that I love, but the hero goes through a “journey” that I happily read about but don’t know I’d enjoy living it. My girls have been revisiting their favorite kids books to determine what to pass on to their younger cousins. One we love is the Charlie & Lola series by Lauren Child, wishing we had as loving an older brother like Charlie. These were also turned into an adorable animated show that we also love.

  15. Because there’s been so much about Bridgerton lately I immediately thought of my favorite heroine in the book series: Penelope Featherington in Romancing Mr. Bridgerton. Being a bit of a wallflower myself I admired her courage and the risks she took writing about scandals knowing it could ruin her if anyone found out.

    1. I liked her character in the book, also, but I wasn’t too fond of the actress who played the part in the TV series

  16. I would be Lady Olivia in The Elusive Wife. She was smart and brave. She wanted to make her own way in the World during a time when women simply did not do that.

    1. Thank you. That book has always been my best seller. I got the idea for that book while sitting in church one Sunday. Wrote an entire outline on the back of a blank check, lol.

  17. I would be Lady Olivia from The Elusive Wife. She was smart and brave. She wanted to make her own way in the World in a time when women simply did not.

  18. I would be Elizabeth Bennett in Pride and Prejudice because in my opinion she was always a heroine with her strength and determination not to settle for an arranged marriage in an era and society where this was accepted. She was determined to marry for love.

  19. I would be Anne from Persuasion by Jane Austen. Alternatively, like many women, I would be Elizabeth from Pride and Prejudice.

  20. I would love to be Evangeline Jenner in the Devil in Winter by Lisa Kleypas. A shy wallflower who needs rescuing by none other than scrumptious Sebastian, Viscount St Vincent. What could be better ❤️

  21. All of them. This way I get all the hunky hee is to myself. I would never get bored and have so much fun with the scandalous behavior!

  22. I really can’t think of a heroine I would want to be. Although she’s not a heroine, I wouldn’t mind being Lady Danbury from the Bridgerton series (and a couple of other series by Julia Quinn). She has a lot of fun, doesn’t let anyone take advantage of her, and doesn’t let anything slow her down.

  23. Such a challenging question, but the first heroine to pop into my head was Elizabeth Bennett, a fierce advocate for her family and willing to stand her ground and wait for Mr Darcy to work out his feelings. Definitely not Darcy’s aunt, lol!

  24. Being totally honest, with finances as tight as they are. I’ll be upfront and say a wonderful Valentine’s gift would be a gift card. I’m not trying to be pushy just honest. Thanks

  25. The best request I have is for all family members to get together after being in a nursing home for over a year without family members not being able to come the building to be with them. I am in a nursing home myself and being of sound mind I see these people dying without their loved ones and so sad. They are started to let family in now. It is all because of this COVID. Virus.

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