Bio: Constance Bennett is the award winning, best-selling author of twenty contemporary and historical romances. A native of Missouri, she spent four years in Los Angeles performing live theatre and studying film and television acting before returning home to launch her writing career in 1985. Her Harlequin Superromances, PLAYING BY THE RULES and THINKING OF YOU, were both nominated by Romantic Times as Best Superromance in their respective years of publication, and PLAYING BY THE RULES went on to win a Romantic Times achievement award as best Romantic Mystery of 1990. Two years later, Bennett received the first of her two prestigious Rita Award nominations from Romance Writers of America. Her Berkley/Diamond historical, BLOSSOM, was nominated for a Rita in 1992, and in 1995 her Harlequin Superromance SINGLE...WITH CHILDREN was nominated as Best Contemporary Category Romance. That book was also her first Waldenbooks bestseller.
Case Longstreet is an Apache Tribesman who changes his name and learns the ways of the white men in order to change his future. Following a secret plan to destroy his enemies, Case is unprepared to fall in passionate love with a headstrong daughter of the frontier. Libby Ashford has gone west to find freedom. She claims the love of a man no one can tame, unleashing her inner desires. Together, they fight for their bold dream of love... and defy both worlds.
Rayna and Skylar are sisters born of different nations and united by the sweeping force of love. Theirs is a story of passionate desires, powerful dreams, and the demands of destiny� Rayna and Meade are passionately in love, but can he forfeit his dreams of a peaceful homestead and follow her sensuous beauty into the wilderness? Skylar and Sun Hawk are of the same people, thrown together unexpectedly. Can Sun Hawk, with his warrior's way of speaking, awaken in Skylar the passionate woman he kn... more info>>
The lovely widow Lacey Spencer has launched an unheard-of campaign to expose the crooked cattle rangers that are threatening to overtake her hometown. Even her sophisticated beauty and elegant demeanor cannot erase the townspeople's evident disapproval of Lacey's unladylike behavior. She alone must face the wrath of the corrupted cattlemen. When a dark stranger arrives in town, Tracy discovers that she finally may not be alone in her battle. But she doesn't understand why this handsome, mysterio... more info>>