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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.


Min Edwards


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Min Edwards | How Do You Like Your Romance?
February 23, 2016
Hi, ya’ll. I’m Romance author Min Edwards and I’m a misplaced Texan. I was raised in the Texas Panhandle in an oil  Read More...

Min Edwards is the pen name of Archaeologist, Book Designer, and owner of A Thirsty Mind Book Design, Pam Headrick.

She has lived in many countries in her life—England, the Philippines, Cuba, Texas (yes, Texas thinks of itself as a separate country)—gathering experiences for her writing along the way. She earned Undergraduate and Graduate Degrees from Texas Tech University and The University of Texas at Austin in Anthropology with minors in Art, Geology and Geography, and she spent her early professional career as an Archaeological Illustrator of some renown. Radically changing track in 2004 and opening an Independent Bookstore in an affluent community outside Austin, A Thirsty Mind Words & Wines, (one of the first bookstore/winebars in the country) started her on her road to careers in bookselling, book formatting for eBooks as well as print, and ultimately writing.

Min works now from a small office in her 180 year old Greek Revival farmhouse at Pheasant Cove Farm just 300 yards from Cobscook Bay, an arm of the Bay of Fundy. In the summer she walks on her beach every day, listening to the song of the pebbles being washed back and forth in the tide. It’s a musical and inspiring sound. In the winter though, she’d rather the beach be sand and maybe transported to someplace warmer... Tahiti seems to be most often on her mind.

 

Series

High Tide | Stone Bay

Books:

Stone Fall, February 2016
High Tide #3
e-Book
Stone Heart, August 2015
High Tide #2
Paperback
Stone Cold, December 2014
High Tide #1
Paperback
Stone Bay, March 2014
Stone Bay #1
Paperback

 

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