The Millionaire's Pregnant Bride by Dixie Browning
(The Texas Cattleman's Club: The Last)

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Businessman William Bradford hadn't thought wedding bells were tolling for him until he met secretary Diana Foster, who was vulnerable, alone—and just a little bit pregnant...with another man's child. His protective instincts aroused, Will did the honorable thing and proposed. But marriage was turning out to be anything but convenient for the tall, dark Texan. The passions that his new bride inspired in him soon had Will wanting to extend their temporary arrangement so that he could love, honor and cherish Diana for a lifetime!


About Dixie Browning

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Dixie Browning, née Burrus was born September 9, 1930 in North Carolina. Browning considers herself foremost an artist. She studied and later taught art. She paints landscapes and seascapes in watercolor, and is listed in Who's Who in American Art. In 1975, Browning began writing a newspaper column on art. Shortly thereafter, she decided to try fiction. As she had recently begun reading romance novels, she attempted to recreate the pieces of the genre that appealed to her. This tactic worked, as in 1976, Avalon published her first two romances. She has since published over 100 category romance novels. She has been awarded a Romance Writers of America RITA Award, and been a five-time RITA finalist. She has also won three Maggies, and numerous awards from the National Federation of Press Women and the NC Press Club. At the end of 2004, after Browning had submitted yet another manuscript, she realized that writing was not as exciting for her as it had been. She began painting again, and now concentrates primarily on her art. Browning cofounded and served as the first president of The Watercolor Society of North Carolina. She is also a co-owner of Browning Artworks in Frisco, North Carolina. Her works include Driven to Distraction, Her Passionate Plan B, Her Man Upstairs, and Beckett's Convenient Bride.
Published February 21, 2011 by Silhouette Desire. 192 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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