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A blue-blood grandmother and her black-sheep granddaughter discover they are truly two sides of the same coin.

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on Sale for 99Ę

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Responsibility isnít just a word. Itís his Code of Honor. But she's a challenge!

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Coming of Age is tough

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It only takes one night

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Can she forgive him?

Sabeeha Johnson

Sabeeha Johnson died unexpectedly on February 23, 2008. She was the author of a Harlequin Temptation, The Better Man, under the pseudonym Sabrina Johnson. An immigrant from India who got her master's degree in journalism from Northwestern University, she lived in Flint Hill, Virginia, on a farm with her American husband, seven horses, cats, dog, and extensive butterfly gardens.

She's written for major newspapers and magazines and most recently, was columnist for the Gannett newspaper--the Democrat and Chronicle--in Rochester, NY.

Being part of PLAYING WITH MATCHES, a cool frolic through four Asian communities in the U.S., where romance brings secret smiles and blushes to young faces, she says, is a thrill. Matchmaking is a strong tradition in Asian cultures around the world. Sabeeha's parents had a very successful arranged marriage and like Showla Aunty, the matchmaker in THE SPICE BAZAAR, Sabeeha loves to introduce friends but so far, zero matches have resulted. Well, perhaps next week, Rowena and Justin will fall instantly in love...

Nalini, the heroine of THE SPICE BAZAAR, was born in the U.S. She's a modern, strong woman, who is following her cultural tradition by choice so she can raise a family with a man who shares her values. The story is set in Washington, D.C. and Vienna, Virginia.

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Playing With Matches, April 2003




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