Longwalker's Child by Debra Webb

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Lauren Whitmore had heard the wild rumors about the man on her doorstep. But none of them prepared her for Gray Longwalker. His proud Native American features stole her breath, but it was his eyes that stopped Lauren's heart. Deep, honest and gray as his name--an exact match to those of the little girl Lauren loved and was to adopt as her own.

As soon as he learned she existed, Gray rushed to claim his child. Except he hadn't expected a long-limbed vixen to stand in his way. And as tension between him and Lauren heated to a dangerous attraction the lone warrior faced his greatest fear--forgetting the beauty before him was the enemy....

 

About Debra Webb

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At the age of nine, Debra began writing stories for the characters who lived in her too-vivid imagination. By 18 she had turned wife, mother, and career woman, leaving her writing behind. But those imaginary characters just wouldn't go away. For the next 18 years she did everything from managing a Captain D's seafood restaurant to holding an executive secretarial position at NASA, while the characters and their stories continued to traipse around inside her head. Eventually they just had to come out and Debra began the journey that would take her to where her heart had been all alongÿ- writing romance.Debra was born in Alabama, but now lives in Tennessee. Her journey, however, wasn't a simple trek northward to the Volunteer state. First, Debra, her husband, and oldest daughter did a little traipsing of their own. From Texas to Berlin, Germany, Debra followed her husband's military assignments. Finally landing in Tennessee, they had their second daughter and settled for the rest of their lives in a small community they fell in love with on sight.Write Debra with your comments at P.O. Box 64, Huntland, Tennessee, 37345.
 
Published July 17, 2010 by Harlequin American Romance. 256 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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