Bittersweet Surrender by Barbara Sheridan

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Blush: This is a suggestive romance (love scenes are not graphic) Indian Territory 1892Newspaper editor Star McNamara would like nothing better than to see all non-Indian "intruders" ejected from the territory.Lawman Jason Hillhouse is every bit as independent and proud of his heritage as Star, but he believes women belong at home and that the future of the Choctaw Nation lies in obtaining United States citizenship. Although at odds since childhood, Star can't deny the sizzling attraction that pulls them together, but will Jason take her heart or break it?Publisher Note: This book was previously published elsewhere under the same title.

About Barbara Sheridan

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Award winning novelist Barbara Sheridan lives in the eastern United States with an unruly menagerie including two children, one grandchild, an older brother, a bird, assorted goldfish, a turtle that thinks it s a cat, and five cats one of which sees things and has a mad crush on a Japanese musician.She grew up a fan of historical novels, TV westerns and all things paranormal and that leads her writing interests to this day.She 's having the time of her life collaborating with cover art goddess Anne Cain on the GLBT Blood Brothers/Dragon s Disciple/Orange Moon series.Barb loves old movies, character driven movies and is a mad fangirl for numerous Japanese rock bands.
Published August 25, 2005 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc. 400 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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