Silver Bells

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Mira Books, 2012 - Man-woman relationships - 301 pages
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MAN OF ICE: It was Dawson Rutherford's last hope to secure the land he needed. Only one woman had the power to drive this rancher wild, and now he needed her to pose as his bride-to-be! A tempestuous night had forced Dawson to abandon all hope of making Barrie his wife. HEART OF ICE: The last thing in the world romance writer Katriane wanted to do was spend Christmas with her roommate's arrogant, infuriating brother. A rugged Wyoming rancher like Egan Winthrop belonged in New York City about as much as she belonged out in the wilderness. But Egan's deep kisses and powerful embrace soon stripped Katriane of her defenses. And the offer of a visit to his ranch was nothing short of sensual blackmail. Soon she had lost her heart as completely as the heroines in her own novels. But how could she convince Egan that, unlike those heroines, she had never yet been loved?

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About the author (2012)

Susan Spaeth Kyle was born on December 11, 1946 in Cuthbert, Georgia. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in history, with minors in anthropology and Spanish, from Piedmont College in 1995. She worked as a newspaper reporter and columnist for 16 years. She writes romance novels under the pen name of Diana Palmer. Since 1979, she has written more than 100 novels as Diana Palmer including Heather's Song, The Patient Nurse, The Morcai Battalion, and Protector. She has won several awards including a Lifetime Achievement Award from Romantic Times. In 2015 she made The New York Times Best Seller List with her title, Untamed. She has also written under several other pen names including Diana Blayne, Katy Currie, and Susan Kyle.

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