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When Nash Renfrew wakes in the bed of lovely Maddy Woodford, he thinks he's dreaming. Then he learns of his accident and the loss of his memory. But when it returns, Nash has no desire to leave Maddy's side and continues pretending he has amnesia. With each passing day, Nash's attraction to Maddy grows. But he's a diplomat and she's just a country girl. How can he even entertain thoughts of seducing her?
About The Author
Anne Gracie was born in Australia but grew up in many places, including Scotland, Malaysia and Greece. Anne's books have won prizes in Australia and the USA and have been translated into many languages. Anne has worked as a teacher for much of her adult life, and still teaches adults how to read. She also keeps bees.
ISBN: 9780425233825 ISBN-10: 0425233820 Series: Berkley Sensation Audience:
For Ages: 18+ years old Format:
Number Of Pages: 336 Published: 29th September 2010 Publisher: Penguin Putnam Inc Country of Publication: US Dimensions (cm): 17.5 x 10.7
Weight (kg): 0.17
About the Author
Anne Gracie spent her childhood and youth on the move, thanks to her father's job, which took them around the world. The gypsy life taught her that humour and love are universal languages and that favourite books can take you home, wherever you are.
Anne started her first novel while backpacking solo around the world. Originally published by Harlequin Books, she now writes Regency-era historical romances for Berkley (Penguin USA) and Penguin Australia, but instead of her new career taking her back to exotic overseas locations, she turned into a cave-bound writer-hermit. Anne is a former president of Romance Writers of Australia.
She lives in Melbourne in a small and very elderly wooden house, but she's too busy writing to renovate. Anne's books are published in sixteen languages, have been shortlisted three times for the prestigious RITA award (USA), have twice won the Romantic Book of the Year (Australia) and the National Reader's Choice Award (USA), and have been listed in Library Journal (USA) best books of the year.
Anne also blogs regularly with the Word Wenches; Jo Beverley, Mary Jo Putney, Patricia Rice, Susan Fraser King, Nicola Cornick, Cara Elliot and Joanna Bourne.