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by Bethany Campbell
Roses of Constant book. She has also written as Lisa Harris.
Roses of Constant book. Some kind of madness had overtaken everyone but Valery Essex . Today, she lives with her husband in northwest Arkansas.
Bethany Campbell and Lisa Harris are pen-names of Sally McCluskey, an American writer of romance novels. Sally McCluskey was born in Omaha, Nebraska. from Wayne State Teachers College, an . in English from the University of Arkansas, and a P. in English literature from Northern Illinois University, where she met her future husband, Dan Borengasser, a fellow graduate student.
Bethany Campbell and Lisa Harris are pen-names of Sally McCluskey, an American writer . Roses of Constant (Five Star Romance). Bethany Campbell, the nationally bestselling author of See How They Run and Don't Talk to Strangers, returns with a chilling new novel of romantic suspense in the tradition of Joy Fielding and Mary Higgins Clark. Fittingly, it began with a phone call. Her grandmother had fallen. 23529/?tag prabook0b-20. Flirtation River) By (author) Etc Bethany Campbell published on (May, 2011). Beautiful, irrepressible Miranda doesn't mean to attract.
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Bethany Campbell In this harrowing, pulse-pounding story of romance and danger by Bethany Campbell, two strangers race to save innocent children from a crime lord's hit men.
where power and influence live in the land, and in the hands of one family determined to nourish old Texas fortunes and to forge new Texas futures. Ken Slattery, foreman at the Double C, knows what he wants. In this harrowing, pulse-pounding story of romance and danger by Bethany Campbell, two strangers race to save innocent children from a crime lord's hit men. A gifted teacher for special-needs children, Laura Stoner loves her charges, especially eight-year-old autistic twins Rickie and Trace Fletcher. An ordinary day on the school playground turns into a nightmare when shots ring out and an old man lies dead.
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