The Major and the Librarian

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Harlequin, Aug 1, 2010 - Fiction - 256 pages
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For four years Major Sam Griffin had stayed away from Serenity, Texas, gruffly avoiding the fact that he was still heart-achingly in love with the woman who had almost married his brother.

Now home on leave, the devastatingly handsome pilot had to face beautiful Emma Dalton again. And though there was unmistakable yearning in her eyes, Sam could never put down the roots he knew the shy librarian so strongly craved. When Sam finally had the chance to win the heart of the woman he'd always loved, could he convince Emma that her home would always be where he was?

 

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Contents

About the Author
6
Chapter One
7
Chapter Two
18
Chapter Three
31
Chapter Four
45
Chapter Five
64
Chapter Six
77
Chapter Seven
92
Chapter Twelve
160
Chapter Thirteen
173
Chapter Fourteen
181
Chapter Fifteen
197
Chapter Sixteen
207
Chapter Seventeen
218
Chapter Eighteen
228
Chapter Nineteen
241

Chapter Eight
106
Chapter Nine
120
Chapter Ten
132
Chapter Eleven
146
Chapter Twenty
247
Copyright Page
251
Copyright

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About the author (2010)

Nikki was born and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, but after living in the Houston area for almost 30 years, she considers herself a Texan.

Nikki attended Notre Dame High School and graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia with a degree in secondary education. She worked in the circulation department of the Houston Public Library and as the executive assistant to the president of an international marine engineering company prior to embarking on her writing career.

Always an avid reader, Nikki was encouraged to write by a good friend, a fellow reader and writer. They discussed story ideas and critiqued each other's manuscripts, and eventually sold their first books a few months apart. During the early years of her writing career, Nikki especially enjoyed being able to work at home while raising her son, now attending college in Montana.

Nikki has also had the opportunity to travel extensively throughout the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Western Europe. She has sailed along the Dalmatian coast on a 42-foot charter boat, and in recent years, she lived for several weeks at a time in such exotic places as Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Jakarta, Indonesia.

Currently, Nikki enjoys sailing on Galveston Bay, where she crews regularly on a friend's 42-foot sailboat. She attends the Houston symphony and Stages theatre, likes to pot garden on her patio, and often cooks lavish meals to share with friends. She is still an avid reader, and she continues to enjoy traveling, especially to western Montana, either on her own or with her equally adventurous friends.

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