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posts on 9/17/2006 10:01:28 PM Ethics Why do political power rule our cultures Why do missiles destroy innocent like vultures Why are countries not left alone Why do foreign troops go on sojourn Why do parallel Governments allowed in the West Why doesnt the West choose its own best What is this crave for power and greed Indeed in ethics of war a misdeed I read in Virginia Henley,s novels Everything is transient and the Tudor howls Change of power so many killings No mercy for the common mans feelings In 1588..there was the Armada In 1990 Desert storms Arabia Was this all a farce for political gain That another Henley will reveal in a historical chain Balgees Maine Copyright 2006 Balgees Maine
posts on 9/13/2006 4:04:07 PM I have been reading your books since I picked up my first Romance novel. I love them all and I to read them over Im on temted for the 2nd time and my first was the dragon and the jewl keep writing Im always looking forward to your books sincerly Gayla
posts on 9/13/2006 2:26:17 PM I cannot say just how much i love this book. I am not the type of person who normally watches a movie twice or read a book twice regardless of how good it is. I read "A woman of passion" three times already! I just signed it out again. I should just buy it! So as i get prepared to read it for the fourth time, i just want to tell you how much i really really do love your work and I am so glad you decided to share your talents and abilities with the rest of us. We are truly blessed. Thankyou Virginia henley! I look forward to the books you will write in the future.

posts on 9/11/2006 3:13:03 PM My favorite scenes are many. I have read every book over and over, literally... I still get choked up in the scene from the Pirate and the Pagan when Ruark goes to see the Cell where Cat has been incarcerated and breaks down. I also love the scene in Seduced, when Antonia seduces Adam Savage in Venice, and then when he figures it out in Ireland and turns the ship around to confront her. Last but not least, I love the scene in Dream Lover when Sean takes Emerald out in the summer Irish rain. I truly love all the books.
posts on 9/8/2006 8:41:28 AM I always recommend the historicals of Bertrice Small and Roberta Gellis
posts on 9/8/2006 1:54:49 AM Hi Ms Henley, as I have now read all of your books (and eagerly await the release of another next year) I was hoping you could please give me the names of some authors who write historical romances. I have read all of Marsha Canham and Judith McNaught's historical romances and have discovered Sabrina Jeffries. No one else write quite like you but as I love a good book I need some entertainment in the meantime! Thanks, Amy.
posts on 9/1/2006 5:04:30 PM Thanks so much. The sequel to Infamous will be out in May. The title will be NOTORIOUS.
posts on 9/1/2006 4:20:57 PM Infamous was fabulous. I can't wait till next year for your next book. Your the greatest!
posts on 7/19/2006 9:29:50 AM Christie: Thanks for your generous praise for my books. I'm amazed you found INFAMOUS in Alaska! The Pirate And The Pagan is a special favorite of readers and has sold more than any of my other books.
posts on 7/19/2006 2:51:49 AM I hadn't read ur books since 98 or so and boy have I missed them. While visiting Alaska I saw your new book, I knew there would be a part two! That's how well I know your writtings. Please write more books I have some catching up to do and yours are the only ones I read! btw my first book was the Pirate and the Pegan I was hooked since!
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