Bio: "Make them smile"--or better yet, laugh out loud. Mary Lou Rich's writing career began with this goal. And as the author of six historical romances and two contemporary novels, her fans and critics claim she has certainly accomplished that. Nominated for both Favorite Fiction Author and Reader's Choice Award, Rich's books have made the B. Dalton, Waldenbooks, and Barnes & Noble best seller lists. She gets fan mail from all over the world. Ms. Rich lives in Oregon with her husband, grandson and numerous four-legged furry friends.
Miguel, the dangerous black-clad gunman from "Colorado Tempest" returns to ride as El Gato to avenge himself against Enrique de Vega, the man who killed his family and stole his birthright. But the stage El Gato stops contains no gold, only his enemy's lovely daughter. Kidnaped, ravished, and sent home in disgrace, Elena is forced to marry the portly Diego, who tells her the marriage will be in name only--he will not be sharing her bed. Diego also states that he wants children and urges his brid... more info>>
Logan Winfield thought school teachers should be old and homely, but the one he'd hired turned out to be too little, too young, and too sassy. "You don't belong here. I'm sending you home!" he said. Elizabeth Eastgate snapped back, "Not likely!" No wooly-faced hillbilly was going to send her packing. She didn't care how big he was. Watching the sparks fly between the two, Granny Jo Winfield smiled, then set out to make a match.