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Get more of the all-American men you love with this bundle! The Men Made in America series continues with more heroes from all fifty states, including a Montana sheriff, a journalist-turned-rancher in Arizona, a photographer from Michigan, and much more! The Men Made in America Mega-Bundle 2 includes Pros and Cons by Bethany Campbell, To Tame a Wolf by Anne McAllister, The Wolf and the Woman's Touch by Ingrid Weaver, Warrior's Embrace by Peggy Webb, Choices by Annette Broadrick, Montana Lawman by Allison Leigh, A Husband by Any Other Name by Cheryl St.John, Natural Attraction by Marisa Carroll, Within Reach by Marilyn Pappano, The Security Man by Dixie Browning, and A Class Act by Kathleen Eagle.
Bethany CampbellNotify me of new titles added by this author
Bethany Campbell has written more than twenty novels and many more under the name of Lisa Harris. She has received three RWA RITA Awards and three Romantic Times Reviewer Awards over the years. Bethany lives with her husband in Northwest Arkansas.
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RITA Award-winner Anne McAllister was born in California, spent formative summer vacations on the beach near her home and on her grandparents' small ranch in Colorado and visiting relatives in Montana. Studying the cowboys, the surfers and the beach volleyball players, she spent long hours developing her concept of "the perfect hero." (Have you noticed a lack of hard-driving Type A businessmen among them? Well, she promises to do one soon, just for a change!).
One thing she did do, early on, was develop a weakness for lean, dark-haired, handsome lone-wolf type guys. When she finally found one, he was in the university library where she was working at the time. It didn't matter. She knew a good man when she saw one.
And they've now been sharing "happily ever afters" for 32 years. They presently have four children, four dogs, and one bionic cat who, contrary to all expectations, is working on his second millennium.
Quite a few years ago they moved to the Midwest, but they spend more and more time in Montana. And as Anne says, she lives there in her head most of the time anyway. She wishes a small town like her very own Elmer, Montana, existed. She'd move there in a minute.
Before she started writing romances, Anne taught Spanish, capped deodorant bottles copyedited textbooks, got a master's degree in theology, and ghostwrote sermons.
It all became grist for the fictional mill -- as has the family history she likes to learn more about every chance she gets. She might have to try her hand at that historical, after all -- especially now that she's learned more about that second great-grandfather who claims to have shot 40 men!
In the meantime, though, she is planning more contemporary Code of the West books for Desire and Special Edition, as well as a single-title Code of the West book coming in early 2002, and a trilogy for Harlequin Presents beginning in August 2000. Keep your eye on both series as characters from each are going to start popping up in each other's books!
Ingrid WeaverNotify me of new titles added by this author
Ingrid Weaver believes that romance novels are like the country music of popular fiction. People readily relate to the themes and emotions of a romance story in the same way they enjoy the honest, down-to-earth sentiments of a country song. And while romances are always entertaining, a good story, like good music, has quality and depth that touch the heart.Born and raised in Southern Ontario, Canada, Ingrid's first career ambition was to be a mad scientist...or an astronaut or a spy. When she discovered that she could do all those things through books, her path took another turn entirely.She earned a degree in English Literature and, after working as a high school teacher in Northern Quebec and then raising three children, she finally combined her lifelong love of reading with her English degree to pursue a career in writing.Since the publication of her first novel in 1994, Ingrid's books have reached the Waldenbooks and the U.S.A. Today bestseller lists. In 1998, she was presented with the Romance Writers of America prestigious RITA Award for Romantic Suspense. She currently resides near Toronto, where she is at work on her next book.
Peggy describes herself as Southern to the bone, and her enduring love of the South permeates every book she writes. Though Peggy has traveled around the world, studying screenwriting in Italy and flamenco dancing in Spain, she has never lived anywhere except her little corner of northeast Mississippi.My daddy's farm inspired me to write, she says. I used to sit in the hayloft writing short stories and poetry. Peggy first saw her name in print when one of her poems was selected for the National Anthology of High School Poetry.I am compelled to write, she says. My muses won't let me remain idle. Peggy's body of work is a stunning testament to her muse: more than 200 magazine humor columns, more than 50 novels, numerous blues songs and a screenplay (cowritten with Charlene Keel) based on her bestselling novel, Where Dolphins Go. Optioned by Hopeful Romantics, Where Dolphins Go is soon to be a major feature film.This native Mississippian launched her career more than twenty years ago with a book that hit number one on romance bestseller lists and earned her the Waldenbooks Bestselling New Author Award. Since then her novels have consistently appeared on bestseller lists and won national awards. Dubbed Queen of Comedy by her fans, Peggy is credited with writing the first true comedy/romance. I've returned to my comedy roots with my NEXT novels, she says. When she's not writing, she's either clipping roses in one of the gardens she designed and planted, on stage at her local community theater in roles such as M'Lynn in Steel Magnolias, singing in her church's choir, visiting children in far-flung places or laughing with friends.Peggy shares her love of books with her students at Mississippi State University, as well as lecture audiences throughout the U.S. She shares her home with the perfect male-- her dog.She loves hearing from her fans. You may contact Peggy by writing to P.O. Box 605, Mooreville, MS 38857, or via email at email@example.com.
Annette BroadrickNotify me of new titles added by this author
Annette Broadrick believes in romance and the magic of life. Since 1984, Annette has shared her view of life and love with readers. In addition to being nominated by Romantic Times Magazine as one of the Best New Authors of that year, she has also won the Romantic Times Reviewers' Choice Award for Best in its Series; The Romantic Times W.I.S.H. award; and the Romantic Times Magazine Lifetime Achievement Awards for Series Romance and Series Romantic Fantasy. Annette Broadrick has written over 50 books for Silhouette.
Allison LeighNotify me of new titles added by this author
A frequent name on bestseller lists, Allison Leigh's highpoint as a writer is hearing from readers that they laughed, cried or lost sleep while reading her books. She credits her family with great patience for the time she's parked at her computer, and for blessing her with the kind of love she wants her readers to share with the characters living in the pages of her books. Contact her at www.allisonleigh.com
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Known for her intensely emotional stories, Marilyn Pappano is the USA Today bestselling author of nearly eighty books. She has made regular appearances on bestseller lists and has received recognition for her work in the form of numerous awards. Though her husband's Navy career took them across the United States, he and Ms. Pappano now live in Oklahoma high on a hill that overlooks her hometown. They have one son and daughter-in-law, an adorable grandson, and a pack of mischievous dogs.
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New York Time and USA Today bestselling author Kathleen Eagle published her first Silhouette Special Edition, an RWA Golden Heart winner, in 1984. Since then she has published more than 40 books, including historical and contemporary, series and single title novels, earning her nearly every award in the industry including Romance Writers of America's RITA. Kathleen lives in Minnesota with her husband, who is Lakota Sioux and forever a cowboy.
Cheryl St. JohnNotify me of new titles added by this author
A peacemaker, a romantic, an idealist and a discouraged perfectionist are the words that Cheryl uses to describe herself. Since her first book was published in 1993, she's written over twenty-five historical and contemporary romances, which have received high acclaim from readers. Cheryl's office walls hold framed covers and awards she's proud to display.
Cheryl admits to being an avid collector who loves everything from teapots, cups and saucers and pitchers to depression glass, kitchenware and tin advertising signs. She especially enjoys browsing flea markets for antiques and collectibles, and claims her car automatically pulls over for a garage sale.
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October 31, 2007
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