I LOVE this book!! So many great stories between the covers of one book. I am a romantic at heart, and cowboys are so dreamy.
I've never visited New Mexico! :) I was in Arizona once and loved the Saguaro cactus! :) ;) Does that count? LOL!
I've never been farther west than New Orleans. Hope to change that when our youngest grand baby is in school.Loved Jaime's book - read it by ebook. Would love to have a paper copy!I know all four of you ladies stay extremely busy but I'd still love for y'all to consider writing a book together, like as in "Smitten". Maybe with a cowboy theme or an historical theme.
I visited as a child, but don't remember much. My dad grew up near Gallup. My grandparents were missionaries to the Navajo indians in that area.
No, I have never visited New Mexico . I've been in the Pacific Northwest but never the Southwest .
We used to go from Texas to California when I was a child and of course we stopped in New Mexico. Don't remember much tho
I have traveled through New Mexico on a few occasions and enjoyed seeing the antelope grazing.
I have never been there! But it is one of the states I still need to see. Congrats on the book!!!
No, I haven't visited New Mexico. I do love the "west," firstname.lastname@example.org
I haven't been to New Mexico yet, but it's definitely on my travel bucket list!!
Never have vistied New Mexico. I have been to Arizona though.
I was in Albuquerque in the 70's once. I don't remember why we went there, but I remember seeing the movie "Walking Tall" at the theater while we were there. Doreen BrannanPriviesAndPrims at (yahoo) (dot) com
I have been to New Mexico several times. Traveled through East and West and North and South. Some beautiful country and some very barren country as well.
I've never been to New Mexico but would love to because it sounds like a wonderful state.
Waving hi to Jaime and sending hearty congratulations on her stunning debut! Loved being in this collection with you, Jaime!Passed through NM several times. I stayed in Old Town Albuquerque twice and loved it. This last summer we spent a night in Gallup and were delighted to eat in a Cracker Barrel, because we don't have those near my house! I'm a fan of Tony Hillerman novels, so it is fun to see where some of the stories are set. Beautiful state.
CONGRATULATIONS JAIME on your amazing debut!In 2008, I drove through NM to CO. I am overdue for a return trip.
Congratulations, Jamie! I've never visited the southwest, closest I've been would be somewhere in eastern Oklahoma and Denver, Colorado (not very southern). Thanks for the giveaway!
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