Moon in the Water by Elizabeth Grayson

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Ann Rossiter is no man's idea of the perfect wife, yet she has a chance-a single chance-to insure her future. To protect her unborn child, Ann agrees to marry a common riverboat pilot. In exchange, he'll gain command of her stepfather's magnificent new steamer-the Andromeda. But as they ply the western rivers together, Ann is drawn to her new husband, to his quiet strength and smoldering magnetism. Still, she dares not yield her heart for fear he will discover her most terrifying secret. As the Andromeda steams toward the wilds of the Montana Territory, Chase Hardesty finds himself falling in love with his new bride. But when Ann's past comes back with a vengeance, will their marriage of convenience end in tragedy-or in love forever?

About Elizabeth Grayson

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Elizabeth was published for the first time when she was in the fourth grade, and finished an historical novel at fifteen. After a successful career teaching art in elementary schools and at the St. Louis Art Museum, she began to dabble in writing again. In 1986 she published her first historical romance. Elizabeth still enjoys teaching and is a frequent speaker at community gatherings and writers' conferences around the country. She collects miniature English cottages, enjoys needlework, and has a weakness for antique jewelry. Moon in the Water is her 11th published book.?From the Paperback edition.
Published March 1, 2004 by San Val. 482 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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