Yours, Now And Forever

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About the author:
Award-winning author Marilyn Lee lives, works, and writes on the East Coast of The US. In additional to thoroughly enjoying writing erotic romances in various genres, she enjoys roller-skating, spending time with her large, extended family, and rooting for all her favorite hometown sports teams. Her other interests include collecting Doc Savage pulp novels from the thirties and forties and collecting Marvel comics from the seventies and eighties (particularly Thor and The Avengers.) Her favorite TV shows are forensic shows, westerns (Gunsmoke and Have Gun, Will Travel are particular old favorites), and mysteries (Charlie Chan movies in particular). Her all time favorite mystery movie is probably Dead, Again. She's seen nearly every vampire movie or television show ever made (Forever Knight and Count Yorga, Vampires are favorites. She thoroughly enjoys interacting with readers either through email or via her Yahoo web group.

Yours, Now And Forever
 

Authored by Marilyn Lee

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Love and cultural values collide.

Forty-year-old Braden Elkhorn has everything a wealthy, successful man needs-except a wife. As the oldest of four brothers (none of whom are dating Native American women), he feels an obligation to help preserve his Cherokee heritage by marrying a Native American woman. His problem? He's fallen hard for a shy, full-figured, African-American beauty.
Neida Armstrong can't seem to get love right. Her first love left her to teach in third world countries. After ending a relationship with a second man who felt more than she did, she meets and instantly falls for Braden. To her dismay he only wants a summer fling. Landing him will require her to fight for him.


Publication Date:
2011-12-06
ISBN/EAN13:
1468042122 / 9781468042122
Page Count:
280
Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
5.5" x 8.5"
Language:
English
Color:
Black and White
Related Categories:
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary




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