The prolific author of more than 100 books, Diana Palmer got her start as a newspaper reporter. A multi-New York Times bestselling author and one of the top ten romance writers in America, she has a gift for telling the most sensual tales with charm and humor. Diana lives with her family in Cornelia, Georgia.
Heart of Iceby Diana Palmer, Jeff Crawford
Knowing she dislikes him down to his arrogant bones, Egan Winthrop invites Kati James to his ranch to research her next novel. He assumes she knows everything about love. But when passion flares between them, Egan is surprised at how Kati's heat just might be able to melt his heart of ice....
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Diana Palmer, is a great writer, her stories are just the best, I have read everything of hers I can find, try one and you will be sold, the entertainment her stories give is great.
Especially for this time of the year:) Snow Snow and more Snow!! This book really lifts your spirits. All of Diana Palmer's books do. Really enjoy them any time of the year. Pleasant readig.
Proud rancher Egan Winthrop was certain that his sister's friend, Katriane, was just like the women in her romance novels. How else could she pen dozens of love scenes in such intimate detail? Unfortunately, Egan was sorely mistaken. Most of what Katriane knew about relationships she'd discovered in books and Egan scared her witless! At least, that's what she thought. Why else did she tremble whenever the big man came near, her heart pounding with awareness? She couldn't be in love with Egan - or could she?
It's one thing when sexual tension causes characters to be hostile to each other ... all that unrequited tension ... but when the man continues to be a he-man / bully once it's out in the open and the woman goes from zero to in love in a heartbeat, really? And all the blame rests firmly on her shoulders from *both* male and female perspectives? This isn't a love story; it's domestic battery.