Carol Storm

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CAROL STORM got her start writing erotic and historical romance for PHAZE books and NOBLE romance. DEMARCO'S CAPTIVE, Carol Storm's latest release, premiered on May 18, 2016 and is on sale now at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Blushing Books!

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Carol Storm Yes, and I consider myself truly blessed! But regular exercise and a structured writing schedule are helpful as well.
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House Arrest

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Burning Innocence (The Char...

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Crystal and Gold

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Love Beyond Time

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UNEXPECTED DREAMS is really three stories in one -- Mayan god Itzapoca grants the wishes of three sexy backpackers!

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Bars On The Window (History)
1 chapters   —   updated Feb 23, 2012 07:46AM
Description: This is my version of a scene of Mary Queen of Scots in prison, loosely based on real history and the book MARY QUEEN OF SCOTLAND AND THE ISLES by Margaret George!
Esther And The Tiger (Religion & Spirituality)
1 chapters   —   updated May 09, 2011 12:23PM
Description: A sort of Bible FanFic I wrote at work. Usually I post on FanFiction but their server is down now.
An Amazing Day (Literature & Fiction)
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Description: Some fanfiction I wrote for "The Tudors" TV show. You can find a lot more at http://www.fanfiction.net under my author name, Dan Sickles!
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Carol Storm and 4 other people liked Panda Incognito's review of Traitor Angels:
Traitor Angels by Anne Blankman
"I had low expectations for this book, and it was still a total disappointment. The premise of John Milton's daughter going on an over-the-top quest never appealed to me, but since I greatly admire Anne Blankman as an author and historian, I gave t..." Read more of this review »
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"I loved the idea of this, but I never got around to reading it. When I finally did, I'm sad to say I couldn't stay focused.

Elizabeth is a okay MC. There were scenes where I thought she was overly dramatic, but that could have been the time period..." Read more of this review »
Traitor Angels by Anne Blankman
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DNF

When I had heard about this book I was sold! I love historical fiction and the treasure hunt stories! Unfortunately this book was not for me.

I could not stand Elizabeth's father. Also Paradise Lost is a poem concerning Christianit..." Read more of this review »
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Did not finish -- I love me some Anne Blankman, but a sexy YA story about aging, blind poet John Milton from the SEVENTEENTH century? Really? And his feisty daughter fights with knives? And his poems are all in secret code about the end of the world? ...more
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The perfect Oprah read -- light-hearted and fun on the surface but with a lot of important lessons underneath about tolerance, diversity, and immigration in America today. Minus one star only because the spoiled blonde wife is such a soap opera bitch ...more
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" Have you ever read Sheila Walsh or Dawn Lindsey? They were my favorite Signet Regency authors back in the day. "
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“When Crystal May woke up the next morning, she felt like she'd died and gone to heaven. She rolled over on her back, her sleepy eyes blinking in the sunlight. The window curtains were frilly and feminine, softening the light and making her feel protected from the world outside. It was mighty late, but she didn't care. Just lying there in the warm, golden light made her feel so good. She was safe here. She could feel it right down to her bones.”
Carol Storm, Crystal and Gold

“I'm serious, baby. The Doors are the only western rock band that really gets the heart and soul of Japan. A samurai knows that he can die at any time. That's what makes life precious. And don't even talk to me about lame hippie whiners like John Fogerty and Creedence Clearwater revival. Jim Morrison . . . samurai! John Fogerty . . . ham on rye!”
Carol Storm, House Arrest

“Lucky Harris was getting to him. His sexy little captive had gotten under his skin. He wanted
her, and yet he could not bring himself to discipline and dominate her as he knew she secretly
desired. For the first time since the death of his traitor wife, Sebastian was afraid, afraid of his own
feelings. The bright-eyed blonde affected him as no woman ever had. It wasn't just her responsive
cries or her tempting body; it was her strong opinions, her outrageous attitude, that irreverent sense of humor. Lucky made him laugh, but it was more than that.

She made him feel alive.”
Carol Storm, DeMarco's Captive

“A woman with opinions had better develop a thick skin and a loud voice.”
Anya Seton, The Winthrop Woman

“Nay, it's not the Devil been leading her astray. It's books! That girl has been nothing but trouble ever since she learned how to read.”
Anya Seton, The Winthrop Woman

“The cure for a broken heart is simple, my lady. A hot bath and a good night's sleep.”
Margaret George, Mary Queen of Scotland and The Isles

“A rainy day is like a lovely gift -- you can sleep late and not feel guilty.”
Elizabeth Jane Howard, Mr. Wrong

“Tell my daughter Elizabeth -- no! Tell all my daughters, everywhere, in all the ages yet to come. Tell them how I died, and why. And tell them to remember this: the future is unwritten. Know your rights.”
Philippa Gregory, The Other Boleyn Girl

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message 38: by Rosie

Rosie Chukwu Thanks Carol


message 37: by Carol

Carol Storm Mia wrote: "Hi Carol, Thank you for the friend request, and I look forward to reading most of your books."

Thanks Mia! My personal favorites are HOUSE ARREST and CRYSTAL & GOLD. But the one most popular with readers is probably BURNING INNOCENCE!


message 36: by Rosie

Rosie Chukwu Hi Carol, Thank you for the friend request, and I look forward to reading most of your books.


Willow Hi Carol, I'm so happy to see that your books are so successful. That's awesome! I've been reading some books from Blushing Books and I would love to read one one of yours. Which one is your favorite and I will get it. :D


Preeti ♥︎ (Romance She Reads) Hi Carol thx for frenvite...happy reading! :)


Stacey is Sassy Hey Carol, thanks for the friend invite. I read a lot of new and established authors. Lots of talent out there.

See you around :-) ♥


Francesca Thank you for the friend request, and thank you for the lovely comments about my review! It's always nice to hear when someone else agrees with your opinion. I look forward to discovering what other books we agree or disagree on!


Liz* Fashionably Late Thanks for the friendvite, Carol (:


message 30: by Sandra (last edited Mar 18, 2015 05:25AM)

Sandra Hi,
Thanks for the friend-invite! :)


Mary - Buried Under Romance Hi Lily, thanks for accepting my friend request. I hope to talk about books with you soon :)


Anastasia Hi Lily. Thanks for the book recommendation.
Here's mine for you:

to live on the wind by Nanette Rayman-Riverato live on the wind


message 27: by Tracey

Tracey Thanks for the friend request! I wouldn't say I'm doing a comparison between Moby Dick (it's the Big Read, have you heard about it? Lots of fun), but it's a great idea...

Love your profile picture!


Anastasia Hi Lily.

Thank you for being my friend.


message 25: by Ceki

Ceki Hello, please stop sending me those trivia questions, thank you ^^


message 24: by Emma

Emma Hi Lily,

Thanks for the add - love the Barbara Taylor Bradford quotes. Am a big fan of the Emma Harte Series, I've lost count of the number of times I've read that series. Just working my way through it again so I can read the 7th book. I think the Ravenscar trilogy is going to be the next set I read. Are there any others you've really enjoyed?


message 23: by Trish

Trish Hi Lily,
Thanks for the recommendation of "Love for Lydia". I enjoy H E Bates, a author who sadly seems to have gone out of fashion. Quite hard to get hold of him in NZ, but whenever I see one of his novels in a second-hand shop I always grab it. Did so recently only to find it was one of the Larkin novels, which I have bound as a single and have read. They are a little out of his normal style, but still eminantly readable. Will certainly look out for "Love for Lydia". Thank you.
Trish


message 22: by Daniel

Daniel Stafford Dear Lily:

You are active on this thing!


message 21: by Daniel

Daniel Stafford Thank you for enjoying my review of The Last Picture Show. I appreciate it wholeheartedly.


message 20: by Audrey

Audrey Thanks, Lily! :) I saw that you read (and loved) Miss Drayton's Downfall, too. Clearly, we are meant to be friends.


 Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books) No problem, Lily. I love Lady Sophia's Lover. Great book. Oh, yes. Huge CS Lewis fan here. I think you know how much I love Kleypas already.


message 18: by Al (last edited Jan 26, 2012 06:33AM)

Al Thanks for becomming a fan, Lily. I enjoy your trivia's. Looking forward to sharing reviews :)


message 17: by Valerie

Valerie Welcome aboard. I haven't done a thorough check of how much overlap we have in our books, but you'll likely receive updates.

I've just added a doctoral dissertation from St Andrews' College about Archbishop Stigand, who was court chaplain to Anglo-Saxon kings from Cnut (usually spelt 'Canute' in English) up until 1070. I'm finding it interesting, but I obviously need more background info, for I'm not getting some of the 'as everyone knows...' references.


Elizabeth (Liz) Lily - Thank you for the friend invite! Look forward to seeing you around GR:)


Harlequin Books Hello Lily, it is a pleasure to meet you.


message 14: by Carol

Carol Storm Lydia wrote: "Hi Lily,

I LOVE Wolves of Willoughby Chase too!"


Yes, it's one of those unique books -- not a children's book, not for grown ups, not a horror story, not a romance . . . it's like walking into an amazing dream!


message 13: by Denise

Denise Hi Lily, Thanks for the friendvite! Looking forward to your reviews!


message 12: by Lydia

Lydia Storm Hi Lily,

I LOVE Wolves of Willoughby Chase too!


message 11: by AnGeL

AnGeL Hi Lily Thanks for the invite and the book suggestion! =D


Carolyn F. Thanks for the friend invite Lily!


Juliana Philippa Thanks for the friend invite! Look forward to sharing book recs with one another and reading your reviews :-).


Carolyn Crane How can I pass up a goodread pals invite from the namesake of one of my fave characters ever? Hey, congrats on those releases!


Lisa Kay Lily, Thanks for the friend invite. I'll be checking out your quotes. (I ♥ quotes!) Looking forward to your comments and reviews.


message 6: by Nisha

Nisha Thanks for the friend-vite. So do you often do audiobooks? I'm kinda new to it, and I haven't done any HR. Which narrators do you like the best?


message 5: by Tara

Tara Thanks for the friend invite Lily :)


Lynsey Thanks for the friend invite Lily!


Jessica you are an Edith Wharton fan?
(your gr name)

cheers,
jessica


message 2: by Carol

Carol Storm Karla (Mossy Love Grotto) wrote: "I love your profile pic of Gail Patrick! She was awesome in My Man Godfrey. :D"

It's lovely to meet someone who recognizes me!


message 1: by Karla

Karla I love your profile pic of Gail Patrick! She was awesome in My Man Godfrey. :D


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