How To Lasso A Cowboy

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Mills & Boon Blush Single, Jul 1, 2012 - Fiction - 121 pages
Catching herself a cowboy was the last thing on Jenna Reed's mind...

Until one moved in with her! Well, technically bull rider Dustin Morgan was staying at her brother's house for the summer – but so was Jenna. Having her high school crush under the same roof was not the way she'd planned on spending her vacation. Especially since Dustin had never, ever so much as flirted with her. But maybe it was time the plain–Jane changed all of that.

On the verge of turning thirty, Jenna knew it was high time to go after what she wanted...and she wanted Dustin. Using a magazine article called "Ten Ways to Seduce a Man," she set out to lasso her cowboy. But what would she do with him once she caught him?

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About the author (2012)

Karina Bliss figured she was meant to be a writer when at age twelve she began writing character sketches of her classmates. But a scary birthday milestone had to pass before she understood that achieving a childhood dream required more commitment than 'when I grow up I'm going to be.'

It took this New Zealand journalist five years of 'seriously writing' to get a book contract, a process which she says helped put childbirth into perspective. En route, she became the first Australasian to win a Golden Heart from the Romance Writers of America. She has also won New Zealand's Clendon Award.

In life, Karina generally tries to follow the rules. As the eldest of five girls she was once (and her sisters will say, very briefly), in the heady position of setting the rules.

But as a romance writer, Karina likes to push the envelope. For example, heroes in romance are not usually big criers - MR IMPERFECT opens with the hero, Christian Kelly, crying at a funeral.

Karina lives with her partner and their son north of Auckland.

Visit Karina on the Web at or drop her an email at

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