Award-winning author Alice Duncan, writing as Rachel Wilson, lives with a herd of wild dachshunds (enriched from time to time with fosterees from New Mexico Dachshund Rescue) in Roswell, New Mexico. She’s not a UFO enthusiast; she’s in Roswell because her mother’s family settled there fifty years before the aliens crashed. Since her two daughters live in California, where Alice was born, she’d like to return there, but can’t afford to. Alice would love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org. And be sure to visit her website: http://www.aliceduncan.net
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My Wild Irish Rose
When Rose Larkin sets sail from New York to Ireland with her eccentric aunt Kate, she is determined to live as a free-spirited adventuress. Aunt Kate advised her to live life to the fullest--without a husband weighing her down--even though Rose would prefer a quiet house in the country with a loving husband and lots of children. Then she meets the handsome Cullen O'Banyon.
Gracie: Jake had been her hero growing up. Now he was the only man she could trust.
Jake: A preacher in a lawless town, Jake held services in a saloon for a gang of lawless desperadoes.
It has been nearly forty years since Susanna's great-aunt disappeared, leaving only a mystery as her legacy. Much to Susanna's annoyance, an arrogant newspaperman is digging up stories about her aunt to create a scandal. When the ghost of her great-aunt's fiancé appears, Susanna reluctantly teams up with this cynical reporter to free a spirit trapped on earth—and a love waiting to be born . . .
Penelope Potter was thrilled to go to London with her brother Harry for his best friend's wedding. She was determined to ignore her jealousy that Art Collingsworth was marrying another woman. Besides, she'd already committed to a life of independence free from love or marriage. But neither Penny nor Art could account for Harry's odd behavior. It was almost as if he was . . . possessed?
The Crowfoot and Rakes families had been feuding for a hundred years. Now, with the Crowfoot fortune spent, their lavish American castle was sold to the highest bidder—the infuriating Tobias Rakes! Genevieve Crowfoot knew she should have left Tobias at the mercy of the castle ghost. But when she saw the tenderness beneath his haughty eyes, she swore she wouldn't abandon him.