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Sara Reyes | Best Tea Etiquette in Three Easy Steps
Saturdays with Sara / March 27, 2010

One of the burdens of being a coordinator for a book club that meets for a high tea is doing the research. Yes, the research of trying out new tea rooms or houses or restaurants touting their tea service. It’s a glamorous life you’d think but unfortunately because you can spell “tea” it doesn’t mean you can serve a “tea” I’ve found. Plus there is a price point that must be met as well. Our DFW Tea members have been meeting since 1995 and they, as I, have become very particular. There is nothing wrong with our tastes or our requirement that a tea shop delivers a great solid high tea. After all, we have a tea every month, it’s sometimes the highlight of our week, we enjoy meeting fellow members and author guests and we have FUN! This week I tried out a new tea room by attending a class on tea etiquette. Even though I’ve gone to teas for a few decades it never hurts to learn the etiquette or see what I’m doing right (or wrong in case I stray from the rules). Our instructor Cindy was a true conessieur of tea drinking and gave us a…

Fresh Pick | HIS WOMAN IN COMMAND by Lindsay McKenna
Fresh Pick / March 27, 2010

March 2010On Sale: March 1, 2010Featuring: Gavin Jackson; Nike Alexander224 pages ISBN: 0373276699EAN: 9780373276691Mass Market Paperback$4.99 Romance Suspense Buy at His Woman In Commandby Lindsay McKenna Captain Nike Alexander is in Afghanistan for one reason only—to use her pilot skills. She doesn’t have time for men, especially military men. Playing hard to get with Captain Gavin Jackson comes as naturally to Nike as flying one of her Apaches. But Gavin’s sexy-as-sin smile is making it harder and harder to say no. Captain Gavin Jackson loves a challenge, but has never encountered one as stunning as Nike. Just as the ice between them thaws, Nike finds herself in a dangerous situation. Now Gavin will have to use his expertise as a special ops soldier to rescue the woman he can’t live without… Excerpt "Twenty bucks says you can’t get that good-lookin’ woman to come over to our table and have a beer with us," Staff Sargeant Neal Robles challenged. Captain Gavin Jackson, leader of a ten-man Special Forces team, squinted in the semidarkness of the officers’ club—a tent on the most dangerous border in the world: between Afghanistan and Pakistan. It was the last day of their two weeks of…