posts on 6/4/2008 5:17:54 PM
I just finished reading my first catherine Anderson book, Touch of your hand and absolutely could not put it down. I loved that book and will continue reading her books.
posts on 7/26/2007 9:54:02 AM
Where is this other website that has daily blogs on CA?
posts on 10/9/2006 6:35:11 PM
What a shame. I just came off another authors website and it had daily if not hourly posts. CA is such a very talented writer and it seems as if no one wants to take up a discussion. It is rare to find an author who doesn't make her heroine beautiful, JAK does it as do a few others, however, Anderson does make her characters beautiful, she just doesn't make them perfect. Yet, their inner beauty shines through so strong and bright you forget that they aren't. Phantom Waltz was my first and Annie's Song my second CA book, I've been a fan ever since. They aren't as easy to find as other authors but worth the hunt.
posts on 8/14/2006 2:54:58 PM
I think My Sunshine by Catherine Andrews would make a great movie, becasue of the unique situation that arises in the novel. This novel is full of problems and dilemmas, and it resembles a great story line. I love the fact that Isaiah and Laura are attracted to each other, but they both push awayit would be great on-screen chemistry that the actors would have to work hard to convey.It is a sweet love story, and I would love seeing on-screen. Rachel MacAdams and Durmot Molruney would make a perfect pair as Laura Townsend and Isaiah Coulter.
posts on 6/14/2005 10:41:34 AM
I am an avid romance reader, and have just finished reading 9 of Ms. Anderson's books.
The Coulter Family plots are great. I have never read a similar series where you can pick up one book and read it without being confused as to who the character's are.
Can't wait for the next book to come out. Jean Ouimette
posts on 5/29/2005 10:57:43 PM
My absolute very favorite was from Forever After, when Sammy feeds Heath the soap as punishment for his cursing. It was priceless and has stayed with me always. Actually, that whole book was my all-time favorite of my many favorites of Catherine Anderson's stories.
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