Sovereign Sheriff

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Harlequin Enterprises, Australia Pty Limited, Oct 1, 2011 - Fiction - 216 pages
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Sheriff Jake Wolf took pride in two things his Native American heritage and his adherence to the law. So when Princess Saida Khalid came to him, desperate for answers to an unsolved case, Jake stuck to the facts...and tried not to get distracted by what he wanted. But ignoring Saida's gorgeous features and sharp mind were nearly impossible especially when she claimed he was the only person who could keep her safe. Jake had every intention of maintaining a professional distanceeven though he ached to hold her and promise everything would be okay. But remaining alert had to be his priority, and one touch would never be enough

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About the author (2011)

According to her mother, Angi Morgan began creating stories and characters when she was two years old. Drawing blobs of colors on a page, she proceeded to tell anyone within earshot about whatever a two-year-old creates.

Introduced to Harlequin romances by her grandmother, she went through junior high waiting for the next visit to "Mommie's" house. There, she'd search through the inside cover corners for checkmarks, aunts' initials and her favorite phrase: Okay for Angi. That's right, her aunts and grandmother censored which stories she could borrow.

Reading gave her a love for the Harlequin name and story. She still has a lot of her grandmother's books. Angi keeps reading and thinking romance, falling in love with the "Happily Ever After" for each hero and heroine.

An eleventh generation Texan, Angi utilizes her strong heritage to create passionate characters willing to risk everything. She writes Harlequin Intrigue novels where danger and honor collide with love. When the house is quiet, she plots ways to engage her readers with complex story lines, throwing her hero and heroine into situations they'll never overcome...until they find the one person they can love.

Angi had several jobs before taking the opportunity to stay home with her children and develop the writing career she always wanted. Volunteer work led to a houseful of visiting kids and an extended family. College breaks are full of homemade cookies, lots of visitors and endless hugs.

With their three children out of the house, Angi and her husband live in North Texas with only the four-legged "kids" to interrupt her writing.

Angi loves to hear from her readers via her email: angi@angimorgan.com

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