Colton's Folly

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Abby Colton knew she’d been asked to teach at the reservation school only because they couldn’t find a better candidate. According to Cat Tallman, a better candidate would have been native American instead of a white woman. Determined to fight her in every way he could, there were moments when a look, even a touch, threatened his resolve ... More

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About Renee Simons

Renee Simons has been many different things in her life: a wife, a working mother, an amateur auto mechanic, vet to a mixed-breed shepherd and a rescue mutt of questionable parentage; unlicensed home decorator as well as an often unsuccessful cook (ask her marketing director son and medical examiner daughter about her spaghetti pie – ugh.) She enjoys painting, photography, swimming, music and travel. She began her first romance novel (still unfinished) while in college and has been reading and writing ever since. Recalling her earliest ambitions to be a painter, she now spends her time painting pictures with words. "'Tis the best of both worlds," she says. "Life is good."

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Review by: Cherime MacFarlane on July 22, 2013 :
Well drawn characters. Enjoyable,
(reviewed 4 days after purchase)
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