A Man to Call My Own

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Atria Books, 2003 - Love stories - 344 pages
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The ending was too quick and too easy. - Goodreads
The plot twist in the near end was really unnecessary. - Goodreads
But stuff happens and - surprise - happy ending. - Goodreads

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User Review  - J. Lynne - Goodreads

Okay, so I liked but . . . I didn't like it. The concept was solid, and the characters had some great potential. That being said, there were some issues. What truly knocked this book down a star or ... Read full review

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User Review  - Antoinette the Book Junkie - Goodreads

Twins can be identical but be so different. Is that any reason to sleep with one while thinking of the other? Chad has his hands full. And I mean full. Two sisters both a hand full in her own way with ... Read full review

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Johanna Lindsey is one of the world's most successful romance authors. She has written over 30 books, of which 54 million copies are in print and have been translated into 12 languages. As a young wife and mother, Lindsey became a great fan of romance novels and wrote her first book on a whim. "I started writing as a hobby. I never thought of being a writer when I was young. Now I wouldn't want to do anything else." The first book, "Captive Bride" (1977) was written when she was 25. To the young author's great surprise, it made The New York Times Bestsellers list. Lindsey had found a romance formula that worked. Take any setting past or present, introduce a rascally-rakish male and a romantic heroine, let their hearts ignite with passion, lust, and love. Lindsey has something of a cult following, following such titles as "Heart of Thunder", "Hearts Aflame", "A Heart So Wild", and ''Keeper of the Heart". She has loyal fans reading "Glorious Angel" and "Gentle Rogue" and legions of devotees buying her Malory family series. Because her father was in the U.S. Army, Lindsey traveled widely as a child. She was born in Germany and grew up in Fort Knox, Kentucky. The family settled in Hawaii and Lindsey was married right after high school to her husband Ralph, who has since passed away. She has three sons and is a grandmother.

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