Bio: I don?t know when I first became a writer, but I?ve always been a storyteller, says Margaret Brownley, who admits she was constantly in trouble as a child for daydreaming and making-up stories. Her romantic nature became evident at a very young age. She once told her first-grade teacher that a handsome man with "startled" eyes stole her homework. At the age of seven, she thought the word "startled" meant starry-eyed.
Margaret Brownley has written over 200 magazine articles and twenty books. Among her publishers are Topaz, Harlequin and St. Martin?s Press and her novels have been published in fourteen languages. She also sold a two-year story projection to a CBS soap. Happily married to her real-life hero, Margaret and her husband live in Southern California.
Determined to earn an honest living for herself and her two children, Maggie Turner finds herself in a mock marriage to Dominick Sanders, the notorious Kissing Bandit. What's love without a sense of humor? Brownley's uproarious romance tells of an extremely unlikely pair: Maggie Turner, a respectable young widow with two children, and Dominick, the infamous "Kissing Bandit," a man who has perfected the rob, kiss, and run routine.
She Would Subdue the Wildfires ... Miss Maddie Percy had come all the way from Washington, D.C., to teach school in Colton, Kansas. Instead, the feisty, red-haired schoolmarm found the town burned to the ground and her only shelter an isolated sod house belonging to widower Luke Tyler and his young son, Matthew. Never one to be deterred by setbacks, Maddie was soon donning trousers and doing calisthenics, turning fierce Cheyenne warriors into adoring schoolboys, setting up a tepee to live in ...... more info>>