Moon Over Montana

Moon Over Montana

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by Jackie Merritt
     
 

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Linda Fioretti was a grown woman. She'd left Los Angeles and a lousy marriage to make a new life for herself in Rumor, Montana. And that meant discovering just who she had become over the years. An artist? A teacher? Or the kind of woman who fell in love at first sight?

Carpenter Tag Kingsley had been hired to renovate her apartment, and when he swaggered

Overview

Linda Fioretti was a grown woman. She'd left Los Angeles and a lousy marriage to make a new life for herself in Rumor, Montana. And that meant discovering just who she had become over the years. An artist? A teacher? Or the kind of woman who fell in love at first sight?

Carpenter Tag Kingsley had been hired to renovate her apartment, and when he swaggered into her home, Linda's pulse began to hammer. From his kind words to his sexy smile, this single father's dangerous sensuality and tenderness were unnervingly attractive—almost enough to tear down the walls around her heart.…

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781459206427
Publisher:
Silhouette
Publication date:
06/01/2011
Series:
Montana Mavericks
Sold by:
HARLEQUIN
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
256
Sales rank:
266,376
File size:
551 KB

Meet the Author



Jackie Merritt's first book was published in December of 1988, and since then she's been deeply engrossed in the writing game. While she's gone through dry spells, where she can't write a word that makes sense and every idea ends up in the trash can, for the most part she's usually working on a viable story.

Jackie honestly believes that anyone with a reasonable grasp of language and grammar can write a book--if they're self-disciplined enough to put in the time and effort that writing demands. Starting a book is easy; staying with it until it is finished is the part that stops many would-be authors. Jackie believes she had an advantage that a lot of people do not have. As a former accountant, she was used to working alone and completing long projects. Oddly enough, the same principles apply to writing.

Plus, of course, you have to love it. Jackie's first attempts to write fiction were so bad they were comical, but she still fell in love with writing. She had written hundreds of business letters before that, but never a word of fiction, and there, all of a sudden, was a whole new world for her to explore.

She had a great time since selling her first novel and many subsequent books, and is looking forward to many more good times ahead!

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Moon Over Montana 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I felt it was slow but a gpod read
Anonymous More than 1 year ago