A Western Winter Wonderland by Jenna Kernan
(Harlequin Historical)

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About Jenna Kernan

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A peacemaker, a romantic, an idealist and a discouraged perfectionist are the words that Cheryl uses to describe herself. Since her first book was published in 1993, she's written over twenty-five historical and contemporary romances, which have received high acclaim from readers. Cheryl's office walls hold framed covers and awards she's proud to display.Cheryl admits to being an avid collector who loves everything from teapots, cups and saucers and pitchers to depression glass, kitchenware and tin advertising signs. She especially enjoys browsing flea markets for antiques and collectibles, and claims her car automatically pulls over for a garage sale.She says that knowing her stories bring hope and pleasure to readers is one of the best parts of being a writer. Working in her jammies ain't half bad either!She had four releases in 2005 alone: Prairie Wife, Harlequin Historical, February; Million-Dollar Makeover, Silhouette Special Edition Montana Mavericks, June; His Secondhand Wife, Harlequin Historical July; and The Bounty Hunter, Montana Mavericks Historical, September.Visit Cheryl's web site for covers and excerpts: www.tlt.com/authors/cstjohn.htm.Cheryl loves to hear from readers. You can write her at: PO Box #24732, Omaha, NE 68124 or email: CherylStJohn@aol.com Jenna is every bit as adventurous as her heroines. She is an avid gold prospector, enjoying panning, sluicing and using a five-inch dredge along America's gold-bearing rivers in search of illusive nuggets. With her husband, she hunts for fossils and gemstones and is the author of several books on gem and mineral hunting. She also loves scuba diving and has visited a wreck in the Florida Keys that is home to three moray eels and several sharks.When not adventuring, Jenna lives in Westchester County with her husband and two bad little parrots. These little characters are rescued birds. Corona, the green monk parrot, fell out of his nest in Florida when still a fledgling and broke his wing. He was discovered moments before the lawn mower arrived. The experts said he would never fly again. But don't tell him that, because he can fly around the house in search of Jenna's husband no matter where he is hiding. The second bird is a light-yellow-and-gray cockatiel named Captain Mango. He was captured, hungry and thirsty, wandering about in a minor league baseball stadium in Florida. The Quaker knows how to talk and continually asks, "How you doing?" in typical New York fashion.When not enjoying the thrill of treasure hunting or conversing with her birds, Jenna is hard at work creating memorable characters and stories to sweep you away. Visit Jenna's web site for excerpts of her latest release and monthly contests featuring original sterling silver jewelry crafted by Jenna.Jenna loves fan mail, so write to her at Jenna Kernan, PMB 158, 3 South Ridge Plaza, Rye Brook, NY 10573, or e-mail at jenna@jennakernan.com. Pam has long enjoyed the Old West era. Having lived in Nebraska all her life, and a good chunk of those years in the ranch country of western Nebraska, it was only natural that she grew to love the time period. Watching all the popular westerns such as Bonanza, High Chapparel, Gunsmoke and Rawhide--with that cutie Rowdy Yates--influenced her a bit, too. Pam has written much of her adult life. While waiting for her husband to return from the graveyard shift at Union Pacific, she penned her story in a spiral notebook with only Johnny Carson and his Tonight Show to keep her company. When she received an electric typewriter as a birthday gift, she was sure she'd hit the big time.But it wasn't until she moved to eastern Nebraska that she discovered Romance Writers of America and her local chapter. The computer age hit, and she was off and running. Pam lives with her husband (who is not a cowboy), and their growing family--four daughters, two sons-in-law, their very first grandchild and last but not least, Spencer, a good-natured golden lab mix.
Published October 1, 2007 by Harlequin Historical. 304 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Westerns, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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