V is for Vegetable Pizza

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V is for Vegetable Pizza


1 package crescent rolls (roll out over cookie sheet)

Mix together and spread on dough:

16 ounces cream cheese
1 package dry ranch dressing mix
1 cup mayonnaise

Top with:

Diced tomato
Diced broccoli
Diced cauliflower
Diced peppers
Diced onion
Shaved carrots


A Wicked Wolf
by Brenda Williamson

Real Estate agent Randi Brown works the rich crowd, selling high-priced homes. With her parents dead it’s up to her to financially support two teenage siblings and she wants to spread her wings by negotiating a billion dollar land deal. Only the landowner, a business mogul no one has seen in years isn’t interested in selling his mountain to a development corporation, and Randi sets out to change his mind any way possible, even if that means sleeping with the reclusive billionaire.

After two years, since his wife’s brutal murder, Nicholas "Nick" Wolfe prefers to mourn her than get involved in business. So he lives cut off from society on Wolfe Mountain. Through his attorney, he’s offered billions, but no one knows to what extent the value of the land is more than the inhabitants—the Lycans, human wolf-like animal shifters.

When Randi shows up on the mountain one rainy night, Nick tires to fight the desires of the wolf in him to take a mate. Unfortunately, nature has made it impossible to resist the animalistic urges strengthened by the influence of a full moon and the power of lust in this woman’s eyes. Can love know no bounds?

Randi has no idea of where this torrid affair can lead until she learns the gruesome details of a woman’s murder by a creature not quite human. Then she becomes the next target and she discovers how falling in love can lead to a fatal attack from a Lycan.


  1. Oh this sounds yummo, Brenda! I love variations of Veggie Pizza. Glad I checked out your link after you commented at the blog so I could get this recipe.

    1. Thanks for coming by. What I love most about this pizza is it's fresh, coolness on a hot day.