Genevieve Montcombroux

Biography

Born and raised in France, Genevieve I wrote her first novel at age twelve. In order to get it published, she founded a newspaper for the lycée she attended. It was an instant success, even after the profs read it and allowed it. Genevieve sold her first short romance at sixteen to support her meagerly paid budding dancing career. She went on to writing novellas and short stories, always romance.
Emigrating to the Canadian arctic and learning about the Inuit dogs was a dream that came true after Genevieve married her own hero and had two children. She has written a score of books from children’s fiction in French, romances published in France and in the US to non-fiction books, not to mention numerous articles including a column and feature articles for Dogs in Canada over the period of a decade. Her work has appeared in an Anthology of French poets, and in several short stories anthologies.
She was the recipient of the Queen Gold Jubilee Medal. Genevieve lives with her husband and eighteen Inuit Sled dogs in a pristine area of the Interlake.

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Books

Northern Lights and Sled Dogs
By Genevieve Montcombroux
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 90,150. Language: English. Published: February 3, 2012 by Editions Solitude Press. Category: Fiction
Northern Lights and Dogs is a romance novel full of passion, adventures and sled dogs set in the northern reaches of the Yukon and Alaska. Romantic Times Book Club gave it four stars. Kelly dreams of racing the prestigious Iditarod Trail Race in Alaska. She signs on as a handler for a top racer, Tyler Strob. He wins the Yukon Quest. Kelly is sure she can win the race, but can she win his love?

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