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|Comment||Maybe I should have mentioned he's crusty on the outside but warm and gushy on the inside. That's the only way she could fall in love with him, I think. I don't want them to be neurotic. However, I see what you mean. I should make the hero tortured but able to function and try to love. And the heroine won't be a victim but more of a rescuer with eyes open. Thanks for the prompt response.|
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I am a published author of nine novels in The Mockingbird Hill Series.
National Society Daughters of the American Revolution, NSDAR
NOVELS in the MOCKINGBIRD HILL SERIES: SECRET SINS OF THE MOTHERS, COYOTES OF CREEK CROSSING, THE EIGHTH EVIL, THE TIME IN BETWEEN, DIRTY RICE, TALLY'S NOOK, FROM THE FAR PLACES, NATURE OF THE BEAST, (THE RANKS OF THE INSANE (to come out summer 2016))
Studied writing at at American University in DC
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Who's Who of American Women, Who's Who in The World, Who's Who in America.