Maggie Toussaint

Biography

A scientist by training, a romanticist at heart, award-winning author Maggie Toussaint loves to solve puzzles. Whether it’s the puzzle of a relationship or a who-dun-it, she tackles them all with equal aplomb and wonder. Maggie writes cozy mystery and romantic suspense books. Her first novel won Best Romantic Suspense in the 2007 National Readers Choice Awards. Her previous titles include HOUSE OF LIES, NO SECOND CHANCE, MUDDY WATERS, and IN FOR A PENNY. Her upcoming mystery releases include ON THE NICKEL (Mar. 2011), book two of the Cleopatra Jones cozy mystery series, DEATH, ISLAND STYLE (Feb. 2012), and MURDER IN THE BUFF (Mar. 2012). She freelances for a weekly newspaper. Visit her at www.maggietoussaint.com and http://mudpiesandmagnolias.blogspot.com/.

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Seeing Red
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 56,160. Language: English. Published: February 8, 2011. Category: Fiction » Romance » Contemporary
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In this sweet romance, Emma Heartly wants to turn her money pit into a bed and breakfast. Construction CEO Quentin Stone has a soft spot for old homes and feisty redheads. Emma's financing falls through, but Quentin agrees to help her out with labor and advice. Unlucky in love, Quentin courts her with construction. But trouble lurks in the shadows.

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  • The Most Unsuitable Wife on Nov. 25, 2011

    A Western tale of redemption and discovery. Themes of family and community accentuate this marriage of convenience story. With every twist and turn, the past and present collide exposing Drake and Pearl's fears. Poor or rich, married or single, this book illustrates the human quest for acceptance and love.
  • The Most Unsuitable Wife on Nov. 25, 2011

    A Western tale of redemption and discovery. Themes of family and community accentuate this marriage of convenience story. With every twist and turn, the past and present collide exposing Drake and Pearl's fears. Poor or rich, married or single, this book illustrates the human quest for acceptance and love.
  • Moondrops & Thistles: short & spicy edition on Dec. 24, 2011

    A poignant insider's look at being married to a military spouse. As I read this emotionally charged story, I felt myself rooting hard for Deanna and Daws to triumph and succeed against the odds of geography, exploitation, job discrimination, and the conduct restrictions of soldiers. Even after I finished the book, Deanna and Daws remained vivid in my mind. With a daughter in the serivce, this book was right up my alley.