A Man to Call My Own

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Atria Books, 2003 - Love stories - 344 pages
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The plot twist in the near end was really unnecessary. - Goodreads
It had a solid plot and an even better ending. - Goodreads
But stuff happens and - surprise - happy ending. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Aysha - Goodreads

This is by far one of my favourite books by Johanna Lindsey or even of my life. I have read it over and over again and never wanted it to end. It had a solid plot and an even better ending. I would ... Read full review

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User Review  - Esther - Goodreads

Read this book a loooong time agooo and love d it 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. Lindsey was born with the name Johanna Helen Howard on March 10, 1952. As a young wife and mother, Lindsey became a great fan of romance novels and wrote her first book, Captive Bride in 1977, on a whim 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. In 2014 her title, Stormy Persuasion, made The New York Times Best Seller List Because her father was in the U.S. Army, Lindsey traveled to many places 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.

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