River Road

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Wheeler Pub., 2003 - Fiction - 440 pages
2 Reviews
Julia Summers is in Blue Bayou, Louisiana, wrapping up her role on the sizzling soap opera River Road before jetting off to play the part of her dreams. But when she recieves an all-too-real threat, her director saddles her with a no-nonsense FBI agent as protection. Free-spirited Julia figures she'll just use her feminine wiles to keep the handsome bodyguard out her way. Finn Callahan has no interest in baby-sitting a spoiled starlet, but he owes his brother, Blue Bayou's mayor, a favor. When danger closes in on Julia, Finn realizes that what he feels for her is much more than physical attraction. Now he'll willingly lay his life on the line for the woman who has shown him how beautiful life can be when it's filled with laughter and love.

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Review: River Road (The Callahan Brothers #2)

User Review  - Melissa Green - Goodreads

Joann ross is still a very good author and I will read the next book in this trillogy. I thought the story was very suspenseful. I love that ms. ross dedicates her books to the men and women in the milletary. Read full review

Review: River Road (The Callahan Brothers #2)

User Review  - Karen - Goodreads

Kind of a slump in the series. Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Romance author JoAnn Ross was born in Santa Monica, California and grew up in Oregon. Before becoming a full-time author in 1983, she worked as an advertising account executive and for a large metropolitan newspaper. She has written over 95 novels and has won numerous awards including Romantic Times's Career Achievement Awards in both category and contemporary single title. She also writes under the names of JoAnn Robbins and JoAnn Robb. Because she gives writing workshops on-line and at conferences, she was named the Romance Writers of America's Pro-Mentor of the Year. She currently lives with her husband in Tennessee.

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