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Kim Fielding
Kim Fielding has migrated back and forth across the western 2/3 of the United States and currently lives in California. She's a university professor who dreams of being able to travel and write full-time. She also dreams of having two perfectly-behaved children, a husband who isn't obsessed with... show more

Kim Fielding has migrated back and forth across the western 2/3 of the United States and currently lives in California. She's a university professor who dreams of being able to travel and write full-time. She also dreams of having two perfectly-behaved children, a husband who isn't obsessed with football, and a house that cleans itself. Some dreams are more easily obtained than others.In addition to the novels she has written under her nom de plume, Kim has published successful textbooks, two of which are now in their second edition.Kim donates 100% of the royalties from her novels Stasis (2009), Flux (2011), and Equipoise (2012) to Doctors Without Borders.
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Birth date: March 21
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Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it 1 month ago
This was utterly adorable. And it's apparently true - the way to a man's heart is through his stomach.At least, in this case, that old adage works - Sage seduces Tully with his cooking skills.I'm getting ahead of myself though...Bradford Tolliver aka Tully is a hot shot young lawyer, living in a fan...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 2 months ago
4 stars for the first half, 3 stars for the second half. I was really enjoying this book and didn't even mind that the romance didn't kick in until near the halfway point. I liked Kyle and liked seeing how he adapted to his blindness and how he didn't let it slow him down for too long. He had mome...
 ⚣ MM Does MM ⚣
⚣ MM Does MM ⚣ rated it 9 months ago
~ 5 STARS ~ ********************************* First read: March 1st, 2015 1st reread: September 23rd, 2017
Linda78
Linda78 rated it 10 months ago
Similar to The Pillar and Treasure, this is another story of a magic healer and a man in desperate need of healing, both of them social outcasts in their own way. While The Pillar felt too similar to Treasure, this novella felt unique to both of them, even though it uses the same basic themes. That ...
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blub rated it 10 months ago
short and very to the point. Demon is caught and displayed and made into an act in a freak show/traveling carnival. Individuals get to spend money to buy time to do whatever they want. A special bureau officer who just happens to have angel blood running through his veins is sent out to investigate ...
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