When Amber Got Her Groove Back

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When Amber travels to the Caribbean island of Dulcina, she doesn't expect to find the man of her dreams, but she does. However, because of her bad experiences from a previous marriage, she runs away from love. Mark, on the other hand, is determined to teach her how to trust again as he makes sweet, passionate love to her on a golden sunset beach.

But he has to catch her first... More

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Words: 33,240
Language: English
About Ana E Ross

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author, Ana E Ross, was born and raised on the Caribbean island of Nevis where she began indulging in romance novels at a very early age—so much so that by the time she was sixteen, she’d read every Mills & Boon, Regency, and Historical Romance novel in the library on her native island.

After moving to the United States, Ana taught middle and high school Writing and Literature for thirteen years before resigning from the classroom in 2013 to follow her dream of writing fulltime.

Ana now self-publishes steamy contemporary romances featuring sexy alpha heroes and strong, feisty heroines who fight and love with equal passion. Her works include three short stories, and four books in her popular Billionaire Brides of Granite Falls series. The saga continues in "With These Four Rings" that chronicles the lives of the four couples and the events leading up to the moment when they renew their vows, together, in the grand wedding of the century alluded to in The Tycoon’s Temporary Bride, the fourth and final book of the series. She is currently at work on a spin-off series featuring secondary characters from her Billionaire Brides series.

Ana lives in the northeast, and loves travelling, tennis, yoga, meditation, everything Italian, and spending valuable time with her daughter.

Connect with Ana at: www.anaeross.com

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Review by: hrhsophia on July 05, 2013 :
A very good story, only one correction. No Barbadian parent in their right mind would send their child to the US for high school. No offense but when History from Mesopotamia to 1962, piano, Art (all of it) and Literature covering Chaucer to Faulkner is covered for free, in addition to a myriad of subjects deemed essential for a well-rounded individual, there is no need. And as a Bajan born and educated person I find that it is often the reverse. And yes we are pretty big on etiquette for an island! Short of that fallacy I enjoyed the story immensely!
(review of free book)

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