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Sandra Hill

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Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, The United States



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March 2012

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name. See this thread for more information.

Sandra Hill is a graduate of Penn State and worked for more than 10 years as a features writer and education editor for publications in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Writing about serious issues taught her the merits of seeking the lighter side of even the darkest stories. She is the wife of a stockbroker and the mother of four sons.

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Average rating: 4.01 · 51,106 ratings · 3,787 reviews · 75 distinct worksSimilar authors
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Tall, Dark, and Cajun (Caju...

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Kiss of Pride (Deadly Angel...

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The Love Potion (Cajun, #1)

3.92 avg rating — 1,731 ratings — published 1999 — 8 editions
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The Reluctant Viking (Vikin...

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The Very Virile Viking (Vik...

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The Red Hot Cajun (Cajun, #4)

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The Cajun Cowboy (Cajun, #3)

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The Outlaw Viking (Viking I...

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My Fair Viking (Viking I, #6)

4.02 avg rating — 1,446 ratings — published 2002 — 8 editions
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More books by Sandra Hill…
The Love Potion Tall, Dark, and Cajun The Cajun Cowboy The Red Hot Cajun Pink Jinx Pearl Jinx Wild Jinx
(14 books)
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(11 books)
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The Reluctant Viking The Outlaw Viking The Tarnished Lady The Bewitched Viking The Blue Viking My Fair Viking A Tale of Two Vikings
(11 books)
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Kiss of Pride Kiss of Surrender Kiss of Temptation Kiss of Wrath Vampire in Paradise Even Vampires Get the Blues The Angel Wore Fangs
(8 books)
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Pink Jinx Pearl Jinx Wild Jinx
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“Oh, please, spare me the male ego. I'm not repulsed by sex, and I can reach an orgasm as well as any woman. After all, there are fifty-seven erotic points on a woman's body. If a man can't find one of them, he needs a flashlight and a sex manual.”
Sandra Hill, The Outlaw Viking

“Times like this were special. Memory builders. When something extraordinary happened to a person the
kind of things remembered forever after it didn't have to be a life-changing event like a graduation or
marriage or birth of a child. It more often was the small things. The sheer joy of summer sunlight on a
fragrant flower. The giggle of a toddler. The brush of a lover's fingertips. And the person marks the
moment with the flashing insight thinking... This is special. I should remember this”
Sandra Hill, Tall, Dark, and Cajun

“He stared at her breasts incredulously, but not with lust. "For the love of Freya! You wear Ruby's strange undergarment. Lingerie, methinks she named it."
"This is not my mother's bra." Rain clamped her jaw shut defiantly, then demanded to know, "How did you ever see my mother's underwear?”
Sandra Hill, The Outlaw Viking


Which March New Release would you like to read in May?

Books were randomly chosen from Goodreads' "Most Popular Books Published In March 2013" list.

Written in Red (The Others #1) by Anne Bishop
Written in Red by Anne Bishop
(The Others #1)
  5 votes, 27.8%

  4 votes, 22.2%

Twice Tempted (Night Prince, #2) by Jeaniene Frost
Twice Tempted by Jeaniene Frost
(Night Prince, #2)
  2 votes, 11.1%

Deadly Sting (Elemental Assassin, #8) by Jennifer Estep
Deadly Sting by Jennifer Estep
(Elemental Assassin, #8)
  2 votes, 11.1%

Kitty Rocks the House (Kitty Norville, #11) by Carrie Vaughn
Kitty Rocks the House by Carrie Vaughn
(Kitty Norville, #11)
  2 votes, 11.1%

Lover At Last (Black Dagger Brotherhood, #11) by J.R. Ward
Lover At Last by J.R. Ward
(Black Dagger Brotherhood, #11)
  1 vote, 5.6%

Frost Burned (Mercy Thompson, #7) by Patricia Briggs
Frost Burned by Patricia Briggs
(Mercedes Thompson, #7)
  1 vote, 5.6%

With All My Soul (Soul Screamers, #7) by Rachel Vincent
With All My Soul by Rachel Vincent
(Soul Screamers, #7)
  1 vote, 5.6%

Let the Sky Fall (Let the Sky Fall, #1) by Shannon Messenger
Let the Sky Fall by Shannon Messenger
(Let the Sky Fall, #1)
  0 votes, 0.0%

Mila 2.0 (MILA 2.0, #1) by Debra Driza
Mila 2.0 by
Debra Driza
(MILA 2.0, #1)
  0 votes, 0.0%

Agave Kiss (Corine Solomon, #5) by Ann Aguirre
Agave Kiss by Ann Aguirre
(Corine Solomon, #5)
  0 votes, 0.0%

Slashback (Cal Leandros, #8) by Rob Thurman
Slashback by Rob Thurman
(Cal Leandros, #8)
  0 votes, 0.0%

Kiss of Temptation (Deadly Angels, #3) by Sandra Hill
Kiss of Temptation by Sandra Hill
(Deadly Angels, #3)
  0 votes, 0.0%

Of Shadow Born (Shadow World, #4) by Dianne Sylvan
Of Shadow Born by Dianne Sylvan
(Shadow World, #4)
  0 votes, 0.0%

Crave the Darkness (Shaede Assassin, #3) by Amanda Bonilla
Crave the Darkness by Amanda Bonilla
(Shaede Assassin, #3)
  0 votes, 0.0%


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message 23: by Janice

Janice Have a great day.

message 22: by Janice

Janice Happy New Year.

message 21: by Janice

Janice Just found you on Twitter, today. I 'm more likely to use Twitter, than Facebook. Have a great day.

message 20: by Janice (last edited Jun 03, 2017 11:15AM)

Janice I went to Israel in Oct of 1975--I was 12, going on 13--and visited Masada...what an impact. I still miss Jerusalem.

message 19: by Janice

Janice Just bought The Cajun Doctor, yesterday. Have a great day.

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Janice I don't know if I have any Cajun, Creole, or Viking ancestors in any of my family histories that I know of, but some of my Medival Templeton ancestors did marry into Russian and/or Scandinavian Royal families, I'd been told. Don't really know, as I've never met their descendants--that I know of-- and can't speak the languages. Oh, well...have a good day.

message 17: by Janice

Janice Loved the ending of Good Vampires Go to Heaven. Hope the novella will have more about Svein, Jogeir, Armond, Dagmar, Inga, Lizzie Borden, and maybe the 50+ rescued vangels--former vangels. Have a great day.

message 16: by Janice

Janice About to start reading Good Vampires Go to Heaven. Hard to believe that this could be the very...very last book in the Deadly Angels series. Hope there'll be more in the future.

message 15: by Janice (last edited May 11, 2017 11:16AM)

Janice Finished Vampire in Paradise this past weekend, loved it. Greatly enjoying Even Vampires Get the Blues. Love reading about Tante Lulu, once again. Love those Cajuns. Have a great day.

message 14: by Janice

Janice Looking forward to reading The Cajun Doctor, but what's the Bayou Angels series? Are any out yet? I did check your internet site, but didn't see any titles listed. Have a great day.

message 13: by Janice

Janice Happy Olde Christmas (Jan 6th). Finished Christmas in Transylvania last night, the started on Vampire in Paradise.

message 12: by Janice

Janice Reading Christmas in Transylvania. Started last night, and I know I'll finish it well before Olde Christmas.

message 11: by Janice (last edited Dec 27, 2016 01:20PM)

Janice Would love to read more about Dagmar, and her sister, Inga, and how they ended up being Blood Ceorls. I assume that the Blood Ceorls are....immortal humans. I have wondered why Dagmar is a mute. Is it because she has to feed the vangels so often? Merry Christmas.

message 10: by Janice

Janice Just bought Snow on the Bayou, at Barnes & Noble, today, and skimming it now. I like that rascally Tante Lulu.

Janice Trying to read Kiss of Wrath, fast, so I can read Christmas in Transylvania, during the 12 days of Christmas; I wish there were 13.

Janice Greatly enjoying Kiss of Wrath. Loved Las Vegas when I visited in April of 2000, but...really... loved The Valley of Fire, and beautiful Death Valley. We put over 2000 miles on that rental car. I even saw a large field of small sunflowers in Death Valley, as well as a volcanic crater filled with water.

Janice Love that time travel video.

Janice Just finished Kiss of Temptation. Loved it, and I love that Cajun family.

message 5: by Janice (last edited Dec 13, 2016 04:41PM)

Janice Just bought Good Vampires Go to Heaven on Sat. I sure hope there will be a sequel, one day.

message 4: by Janice (last edited May 10, 2017 09:52AM)

Janice Just found a copy of The Love Potion in a used bookstore, the other day; I'll save it for a snowy day in Charlotte, NC. Greatly enjoying Kiss of Temptation, and its Cajun people-- I love those Cajun people. I enjoy many styles of books-- both fiction, and non-fiction-- but I'll never...knowingly...will read Erotica. The Deadly Angels series has become one of my top favorites, and I do plan to read your Cajun novels, whenever I can locate them.

message 3: by Janice (last edited Nov 02, 2016 06:47AM)

Janice I really liked the character of that mute blood ceorl, Dagmar, in Kiss of Pride. Even though she stays behind the scenes, to me she's still seem an important character. Also, though the Vangels seem to be gentle with her, I admire her courage. If it was me--in real life-- I don't think I'd be courageous enough to be willing to feed a Vangel.

message 2: by Janice (last edited Oct 28, 2016 09:07AM)

Janice Have you heard of chocolate covered garlic? It sounded like a fun Halloween snack.I haven't found it yet, but I love chocolate covered candied ginger-- I get that at Whole Foods, once in a while.

message 1: by Janice (last edited Feb 14, 2017 01:44PM)

Janice Thank you for friending me. I find I can't get into historical romances, any more, but I do love the Viking II series, since I greatly enjoy time travel stories. Also, I love the Deadly Angels series, since...for some makes me laugh to think of vampires having angel wings--very hard to escape, I would be sure, if they had been for real. Haven't yet found Good Angels Go To Heaven, but will there be any more books in the Deadly Angels series?

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