March 18th, 2018
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Theodosia Browning investigates a Charleston steeped in tradition and treachery

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How far would you go to get justice for the one you love?

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The trick is to marry for loveóa task easier said than done!

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They are part of an elite unit. On task. Off grid.

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True love deserves a second chance . . . .

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Shocking evidence hits close to home...

Sarah M. Anderson

I spent my childhood wandering through the woods behind our house, pretending to be an Indian. Later, when I fully discovered horses, it prompted my mother the history teacher to put anything and everything about the High Plains tribes into my hands. This infatuation lasted for over a decade.

At some point, I got away from Indians. My mother blames boys. I discovered Victorian novels and didn't look back - not for almost two decades. I got a Bachelor's of Arts in English from Truman State University and a Master's of Arts in English from The Ohio State University.

And through it all, I knew I wanted to write novels. I just had no idea how to do it.

It took a caffeine-fueled car trip with my 92-year-old grandmother and two-year-old son in July of 2007 to awaken my Muse. That story would become my first book as I figured out how, exactly, one writes a novel.

Let's just say the learning curve was steep. One character led to another, and before long, I found my characters out in South Dakota, among the Lakota Sioux tribe. Modern-day cowboys, who are the Indians - without planning it this way, I find myself writing about the people and places that held my imagination throughout my childhood.

In 2010, I sold my first novel, the award-winning Indian Princess, to Stacy Boyd of Harlequin Desire. The book was released A Man of His Word in 2011. The follow-up books, A Man of Privilege and A Man of Distinction, will be out in July and September 2012, and The Rancherís Valentine will be out in February, 2013. Stay tuned for more updates!

I live in Illinois with my husband, son, and Gater the Four-Legged Mutt. I am a writer and editor at Mark Twain Media, Inc., an educational publishing company. I am a member of Romance Writers of America, the Chicago-North RWA, Women Writing the West, and the International Association for the Study of Popular Romance. When not chasing my son around or tweaking my books, I attempt to read, knit, and occasionally complete a home improvement project in my historical 1895 Queen Anne house.


Series | Billionaires and Babies


One Rodeo Season, May 2016
His Forever Family, February 2016
Billionaires and Babies #2
Falling for her Fake Fiance, October 2015
Not My 1st Rodeo, July 2015
Something About A Cowboy, July 2015
The Nanny Plan, April 2015
A Beaumont Christmas Wedding, November 2014
Expecting a Bolton Baby, November 2013
The Bolton Brothers
Bringing Home the Bachelor, September 2013
Mass Market Paperback
Masked Cowboy, August 2013
Straddling the Line, May 2013
Mass Market Paperback
A Real Cowboy, February 2013
A Man Of Dinstinction, September 2012
A Man of Privilege, July 2012
Mass Market Paperback
A Man of His Word, December 2011
Mass Market Paperback


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