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Montana Mavericks #1
On Sale: January 1, 2010
Featuring: Sterling McCallum; Jessica Larson
Mass Market Paperback (reprint)
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"I don't want kindnessâ€”or your kind of
Sterling McCallum gave the plain, hard
warning to Jessica Larson. The brooding rogue cop had a
stone in place of a heart and a past as mysterious as the
case that had brought them together. But this time Jessica
couldn't back off. Something compelled her to stand her
ground and brave the emotions this man had long aroused.
Suddenly, their darkest secrets, their deepest desires,
shimmered to the surfaceâ€¦about to explode.
8 comments posted.
Re: Rogue Stallion
I can't tell you about any of them, sorry. I do love Linda Lael Miller's cowboy novels. Her cowboys are yummy!
(Lisa Glidewell 2:38pm January 23, 2010)
I haven't a clue either, but I do read Cathie Linz's single title
releases and even they seem to be slow in coming.
(Sandi Shilhanek 4:34pm January 23, 2010)
WOW!! That's sad. Though I do recognize some of the author's, I could not tell you what they are up to now.
(Mary Preston 5:26pm January 23, 2010)
I still read Diana Palmer's books but couldn't tell you what happened to the other writers; I know some of them still write, some i've never heard of; but if you end a request to Romantic Times magazine, they will do their best to find out for you.
(Diane Sadler 6:04pm January 23, 2010)
Sara: I'd like to know whatever happened to paranormal romances that are NOT about vampires, werewolves, or demons.
During the eighties and especially the nineties, there were many different fantasy themes in romance fiction. Today there's just one: the hero is some kind of nasty, dangerous creature and the heroine must "save" him. And that's just not my cup of blood.
(Mary Anne Landers 6:42pm January 23, 2010)
Have you tried to google any of the names? I have found that you can usually link from any pen names to a web page for the author's legal name and find book lists under several names, publishing houses, etc. Sometimes the web pages will come right out and tell readers that certain lines are out of print and they are contractually forbidden to take their previously published works to a new publishing company. (Sometimes they cannot even keep the name they used with that publisher!!) google is free and easy to use as a 'whatever happened to....' quick answer.
(Susan Driskill 8:37pm January 23, 2010)
When my daughter and I were in New Zealand and Australia this fall we found books that we couldn't find in the US.
(Karin Tillotson 11:41am January 24, 2010)
I've found that so for my mystery writers, too. I keep my series and re-read them and want new ones. I find myself asking, "What ever happened to ...?" Sometimes the publishers think readers taste has changed and they don't publish them anymore. It's really too bad, as I would buy them.
(Sherry Moran 2:04pm January 24, 2010)
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