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July 21, 2008


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Julie P.

Just finished the book this afternoon! I'll be there!


I might not be able to call in due to my hubby being out of town and kids running around so I wanted to ask a question here. How/why did you decide to write about the subject of an older woman/younger man scenerio. I loved this storyline! as well as your book! Thanks Tracy I will be listening to the show:)


I'm not sure if I'll make it home in time for the show or if I'll have to listen to it later. It comes to my end of the world a bit early. lol. I'd love to know whether she's considering a sequel at all and why she decided on not having Danny and Lily maybe stay together. I thought they were such a good fit. Great novel! I loved it! Thanks.


Questions for Victoria...

What are you working on now?

Do you see a sequel to Stone Creek in the future?

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