Hearts by Stef Ann Holm

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"This is romance at its best," said Amanda Quick of Honey, the third book in Stef Ann Holm's Brides for All Seasons series. And readers who enjoy their historical romance liberally spiced with passion and laughter are in for another unforgettable treat.
HEARTS
Suspended for teaching human sexuality to her students, Truvy Valentine has come to Harmony, Montana, to visit her dear friend, Edwina, and try to forget that she will most likely die a tall, athletic old maid. Although she has diligently studied how to choose the perfect mate, no book could prepare her for her attraction to Jake Brewster, a man whose favorite things in life seem to be beer, boxing, and poker. The proud owner of Bruiser's Gymnasium, Jake has little patience for the proper Miss Valentine -- until he gets a taste of what simmers beneath her prim exterior. Trouble is, Jake's not the marrying kind -- not hardly. Soon Truvy is teaching dance classes at Edwina's school and Jake is making her head spin. But the magic they Þnd in each other's arms could turn to heartache unless they can learn to let go of the past and step into the future -- together.
 

About Stef Ann Holm

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Stef Ann Holm lives in Meridian Idaho, a small suburb of Boise. She has two beautiful daughters, and one space cadet dog who will stare for hours at any food substance. She loves hot summers, sunshine and floating in water--even if it's a plastic pool in her backyard. Visit her website at http://www.stefannholm.com to read more about her fascinating (hah hah) life. Or you can write her the old-fashioned way at P.O. Box 1206, Meridian, ID 83680-1206
 
Published May 18, 2001 by Pocket Books. 400 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Stewart's sluggish new romantic thriller (following Brown-Eyed Girl) hops on the coattails of writers like J.D. Robb and Tami Hoag in an attempt to create chilling villains and spine-tingling suspense

Jan 01 2001 | Read Full Review of Hearts

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A neglected subject area of Native American studies is the history of American Indians during the Vietnam War and the unique problems they faced.

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