The King's Lady by Lietha Wards

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Kate Purnell was a sophisticated young woman. She was raised in a bustling city by her father until he died of a heart attack. Now she had to journey to the wild lands of southern California and live with her cousins.
Of course she expected something different, maybe a little scary and a little exciting, but nothing could have prepared her for the handsome cowboy Everett King. From the first moment she set eyes on him she was captivated. He was something you read about in the adventure section of the newspaper. She really didn't think men like him existed. Oh, but he did, and he also had some ideas of his own.

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Lietha Wards was born in Germany to Canadian parents on an air force base. She was raised as the only girl in a house with two very large, overachieving brothers and learned from a young age how to defend herself. Due to her father's career, they moved around a lot and had some difficulty establishing friends before they moved again. Because of their isolated childhood, she attributes her imagination to her oldest brother who would 'invent' things for them to do which sometimes got them in a lot of trouble with their parents. Currently she lives in northern Canada on a hobby farm with her husband and two boys and numerous animals she's adopted.
Published November 27, 2013 by Lietha Wards. 176 pages
Genres: Romance, Westerns, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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