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The Tiger's Bride (Historical) Mass Market Paperback – Aug 1998

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As a military brat I lived in France and Newfoundland, both of which I loved, and at least half of the fifty states. As a U.S. Air Force officer, I served tours in Taiwan, Vietnam, the Pentagon, and the rest of the fifty states. Now I'm having a blast putting all those adventures into my books.

I love investigating other times and places, so I switch between writing contemporary thrillers, romantic suspense and historical novels. Many of my books have been set in the U.K., including my very first historical, ALENA, which came about after a visit to Hadrian's Wall and other Roman sites. 90+ books later, I'm still having a fantastic time researching and writing stories filled with romance and adventure.

I hope you enjoy some of my books and wish you many happy hours of reading!

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
High adventure on the sea, and then some! 21 July 2002
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Sarah's father is a missing. All hails to have help come
to her at the local mission go unanswered. So, taking the situation full under her own steam, she marches out to a local brothel and finds a sea captain--almost willing to leave to help her out. They set sail. And he sees more than a customer in the lovely young lass. But she's determined to keep on track, finding her father even though... Well. Don't want to spoil it. This is
a casual story in beginning only, that builds pace fast with worthy characters and heated twists and turns.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
exotic, exceptional and erotic Harlequin Historical.... 2 Nov. 2007
By retroredux - Published on
Format: Mass Market Paperback
the book description on site fills in the story's premise, but I just wanted to add how much I enjoyed this book.

A Harlequin Historical-which can run the gamut from tepid to exceptional -this one would fall into the exceptional category. The hero and heroine are a delightful match-he's a cynical and dissolute English Lord-privateer, and she's a prim, on the shelf Missionary's daughter. Her father is quite a religious zealot since the death of his wife-sadly putting himself and his children into very dangerous predicaments. It is during one of his excursions that he comes up missing and his eldest daughter-alone with her two younger siblings in China, out of money and close to being made homeless in a foreign land, comes to the realization she must seek out known rogue James for help finding her father. There ensues a highly adventuresome, fun, and surprisingly sensual romance.

On that note-this romance has many more love scenes than most Harlequin Historicals-I did not find them offensive but I did want to let other readers know in case that is an issue with them.

I really enjoyed this book which was in turns funny, romantic, fast paced and dramatic-and would recommend it to any fan of Regency or Historical romance.
5 stars!
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a waste of time 8 April 2012
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
Did not enjoy this book mainly because the "hero" threatened to rape the "heroine" several times. Just a crude book in general. It did move from situation to situation quickly but it left me flat.
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