The Other Woman

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Ally wants passion, adventure. She’s ready for a lover. There’s just one obstacle―her husband.
Roland had little use for his bride; until he saw her again after years at war. Her distain
cut, but her body promised nights of raw passion. If only he could overcome her hatred.
But it’s not hatred that makes her flee his touch. Once an unwanted wife was enough; she won't be the other woman.
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About Autumn Dawn

Autumn Dawn writes futuristic, urban fantasy and paranormal romance. With over twenty books and six series, she continues to thrill fans with her werewolves, dragons, elementals, gargoyles and trolls with a thing for Poe.

She spent most of her life in Alaska, including several winters in a cabin in the woods, where she became intimately acquainted with outhouses, generators and woodstoves. Her years of snow machines, boating and mosquitos convinced her to move her family to Washington, where she basks in the “tropical” winters. You can find out more about her books at

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Reviews of The Other Woman by Autumn Dawn

Ruth Tree reviewed on July 20, 2013

Love your books. Simply can't seem to read enough of your stories! Ally and Roland are just another example of Autumn Dawn's amazing writing ability!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
rbj reviewed on Aug. 10, 2011

Can stand alone but The Woman within is the first book in this 2 book series. Very good read.
(reviewed 9 months after purchase)
Delaney Spencer reviewed on April 25, 2011

Ally and Roland have A LOT of bad history to get over. They were both deceived in the past and blamed each other for years of hurt and betrayal. I was glad to see this as a companion/sequel to The Woman Within. You need to read both books to get the full story; but this one still can stand on its own. Very good reading once again.
(reviewed 17 days after purchase)

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