Between the Sheets by Robin Wells

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The Most Notorious Woman in America

There are probably worse things than having the entire country think that you're the girl whose "services" gave the president-elect a fatal heart attack in the sack-but at the moment, Emma Jamison can't think of any. A terrible mistake has made her the face of a national scandal, leaving her with no choice but to retreat to her grandmother's small town for a fresh start.

The Straight-Arrow D.A.

Max Duval is running for office in Chartreuse, Louisiana, and he can't afford a scandal. But Emma, with her disarming smile and razor-sharp wit, is impossible to ignore-especially since his grandfather and her grandmother are starting a romantic romp of their own, and a Geraldo wannabe is chronicling everyone's every move for the tabloids. Is Emma really as innocent as she claims? Can Max follow his heart and still win the election? Sometimes the only way to sort out the dirty laundry is to dive in...

Between the sheets

"A delightful mix of humor and love-romantic comedy at its best!"

-Sandra Hill, author of Pearl Jinx

"Fun and funny, [and] filled with Southern charm and characters you'll root for!"

-Christie Ridgway, USA Today bestselling author

Word Count: 100,000 words.

About Robin Wells

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Before becoming a full-time writer, Robin Wells was an advertising and public-relations executive. Robin has won the RWA Golden Heart Award, two National Readers' Choice Awards, the Holt Medallion, and CRW's Award of Excellence. Robin currently lives just outside of New Orleans, Louisiana with her husband and two daughters. For more information please visit
Published February 1, 2008 by Forever Yours. 401 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The charming man has an equally charming grandson, with whom Emma has had run-ins.

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The Independent

For such inspiration we turn to By Grand Central Station I Sat Down and Wept (written before Smart met George Barker) or After Leaving Mr McKenzie, or Nin's diaries or Plath's poems.

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