Diary Of A Domestic Goddess

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Jul 6, 2012 - Fiction - 152 pages
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THE GODDESS RULEBOOK:

RULE #1: FIGURE OUT WHAT YOU WANT AND GO AFTER IT

Columnist Kit Macy's dream house was almost hers. Then the entire staff of her old-fashioned household magazine was fired by the new, hip, handsome boss. No job meant no mortgage, and no backyard for her four-year-old son. She needed a plan and decided to reinvent herself.

RULE #2: CHANGE IS GOOD

Hotshot editor Cal Panagos intended to revamp the magazine from its staff to its stories. But the stubborn single mom's desire to succeed and her beautiful eyes soon got under his skin, while Kit's ideas breathed life into his publication. Working closely day after day, Cal began to forget the most important rule of all: Never mix business with pleasure .

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About the author (2012)

Elizabeth grew up in Potomac, Maryland, just a few miles from Washington, D.C. In 1988, after studying art history and theatre at the University of London for a year, she got a B.A. in English from the University of Maryland. She went on to work as a private chef in the D.C. metropolitan area.

In 1993, Elizabeth sold her first cookbook, The Bread Machine Baker, to Random House. Next, she coauthored a cookbook of romantic meals for two entitled A Taste for Love, then another bread machine book, Four Seasons with the Bread Machine Baker. In 1996 she wrote a children’s history of bread for Chicago Review Press. Loaves of Fun went on to win the Family Channel Seal of Quality Award announced USA Today. It was also chosen for advertising on Hecker’s and Ceresota flour bags.

In 1994 Elizabeth turned her hand to writing romance fiction. Her first manuscript placed second in the sixth annual Harlequin Temptation Voices of Tomorrow...Today Contest.In August 1996 she sold her first Silhouette Romance novel, A Groom for Maggie. Bestselling author Nora Roberts was quoted on the cover, saying: "A charming new guide takes you on a delightful trip through the tangled path of true love."

Elizabeth’s second romance novel, Wife Without a Past, was a finalist for a Romance Writers of America RITA Award. Since then, she has sold many more romance novels, and was given her own Silhouette Romance miniseries, Cinderella Brides.

Elizabeth currently lives in Germantown, Maryland, with her musician husband, John, and two children, Paige and Jack. You may visit her on the website shown above.

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