To Love a Man

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Grand Central Publishing, Mar 15, 2001 - Fiction
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In this thrilling contemporary romance, a journalist discovers that she is out of her element in a world of war. Lisa Collins came to Africa to get a story, but what she got instead was a dramatic rescue from terrorists by a rugged soldier of fortune. Now, in the isolated bush country, danger is very near, and heroes are hard to come by.
 

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This book was written in 1985. 1985. About the Rhodesian War (there is no country with the name Rhodesia anymore people, that should have been your first hint). It is going to have the contemporary views of the time. That being said I still read this over and over (and have since I was a teen) because Sam Eastman is HOT. An Alpha before there were alphas. I love this book. I read it with a grain of salt because I know it isn't P.C. but still, adore.  

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Karen Robards was born in Louisville, Kentucky on August 24, 1954. She graduated from the University of Kentucky. Her first novel, Island Flame, was published in 1981, when she was 24 years old. Since then, she has written more than 40 contemporary and historical romances including To Love a Man, Sea Fire, One Summer, Irresistible, Whispers at Midnight, Guilty, Shameless, and Sleepwalker. She has received six Silver Pen Awards, two Waldenbooks Wally Awards, one Romantic Times award, a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award, and has been named to the Romantic Times Romance Writers Hall of Fame. She has written a number of series, including The Banning Sisters and Charlotte Stone. Her title's, The Last Kiss Goodbye and Hush made The New York Times best seller list.

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