From the First

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Silhouette, 2006 - Fiction - 250 pages
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All Alex could see was her long, thick, copper-colored hair. Pale smooth skin. Lips that were naturally tinted pink. Eyes that were green like sea grass. He stopped himself. His best friend Reese might be dead. But in Alex's mind, Cassandra was still very much the man's wife. Cassandra. The forbidden woman Alex had yearned for from the first moment he'd laid eyes on her six years ago. The woman who'd been married to his best friend--the friend he's lost to the sea. The woman who was rebuilding his family's bed-and-breakfast ... and who just might, in the process, be rebuilding his anguished heart.--From Content Reserve screen.

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Two-haiku review: Wife of dead partner He's guilty--loved her for years Can't forgive himself Plus badly injured Awful lot to overcome Lots of misery Read full review


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Jessica Bird was born in 1969 in Massachusetts. She attended Smith College where she double majored in history and art history, concentrating on medieval period. She then received a law degree from Albany Law School. Her first book, Leaping Hearts, was published in 2002. She writes contemporary romance novels under her given name. The Romance Writers of America awarded her the RITA Award for Best Short Contemporary Romance in 2007 for her novel From the First. She also writes erotic paranormal romance under the pseudonym of J. R. Ward. Under this name, she has written the Black Dagger Brotherhood series.

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