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Two obsessed alpha cowboys give the woman of their dreams exactly what she desires.


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‘Til Death Do Us Bark…


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First rule of surveillance--don't kiss the mark.


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Once a desire this wild is loose, no one will ever control it...


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Twice he has been close to the altar and still no duchess.


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You always hurt the ones you love.


Paula McLain


Paula McLain was born in Fresno, California in 1965. After being abandoned by both parents, she and her two sisters became wards of the California Court System, moving in and out of various foster homes for the next fourteen years. After aging out of the system, she supported herself by working as a nursing assistant in a convalescent hospital, a pizza delivery girl, an auto-plant worker, a cocktail waitress—before discovering she could (and very much wanted to) write. She received her MFA in poetry from the University of Michigan in 1996. Since then, she has been a resident at Yaddo, the MacDowell Colony, and the Ucross Foundation, and a recipient of fellowships from the Ohio Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts. Her first book of poetry, Less of Her, was published in 1999 from New Issues Press and won a publication grant from the Greenwall Fund of the Academy of American Poets. She’s also the author of a second collection of poetry (Stumble, Gorgeous 2005), and a memoir, Like Family : Growing Up In Other People’s Houses (Little, Brown 2003). She teaches in the MFA Program in Poetry at New England College, and at John Carroll University, and lives in Cleveland.

 

Series

Books:

Circling the Sun, August 2015
Hardcover
The Paris Wife, March 2011
Hardcover
A Ticket to Ride, January 2008
Hardcover

 

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