Morning Star [NOOK Book]

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Petey's in the whorehouse again, and his sister, Josie Hardwick, is mad as hell. She told her addled brother not to budge off the wagon seat. But budge he did and wandered off in search of carnal experience in 1866 Independence, Missouri. Fearing for his safety as much as her own hide if her Pa ever finds out, Josie dashes into the saloon and hauls him out by one ear, barreling straight into wagonmaster Caleb McCall's arms. Little does Caleb know that the pint-sized spitfire from Tennessee, sprawled intimately ...
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Morning Star

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Overview

Petey's in the whorehouse again, and his sister, Josie Hardwick, is mad as hell. She told her addled brother not to budge off the wagon seat. But budge he did and wandered off in search of carnal experience in 1866 Independence, Missouri. Fearing for his safety as much as her own hide if her Pa ever finds out, Josie dashes into the saloon and hauls him out by one ear, barreling straight into wagonmaster Caleb McCall's arms. Little does Caleb know that the pint-sized spitfire from Tennessee, sprawled intimately across his body on the saloon floor, will forever change his image of himself and life in general, while accompanying him on an adventure into the tumultuous last days of the mighty Sioux Nation.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148597292
  • Publisher: Kathy Imbriani
  • Publication date: 10/28/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 210,773
  • File size: 1,020 KB

Meet the Author

Kathryn was raised on a small farm in rural North Carolina in the final years of the sustainable small farm. From there, she attended North Carolina State University and graduated with a degree in Horticultural Science and an "undeclared" minor in English, possibly reflecting a confusion of desired career paths! Concentrations of study included folklore, plant propagation, journalism, greenhouse management, technical writing, commercial rose production, and accounting. (See?) She has worked as an agricultural research technician, a secretary, a nursery inspector, freelance writer, laboratory supervisor and . . . a professional seamstress specializing in wedding dresses and pageant attire.

She began writing to preserve her sanity while at home with three small children. They have their own little ones now and know that the mother's curse (I hope you have children that behave just like you) really works! Her first book was published in 1998 by Kensington Publishers. Alberta Skies won the 1999 International Romance Writers' Award. Finnegan's Gold was nominated for the 2001 Book of the Year by Romantic Times.

In addition to novels, she also writes gardening books and articles on whatever interests her at the moment.

She lives in North Carolina with her husband, three dogs and a neighborhood full of spoiled squirrels.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2014

    Morning starr answering booth :P

    btw the omega rank isnt passedown through blood, they became omega if they commit a minor to mediocre crime. Also, a wolf must chose whether to be a hunter or a warrior, though both groups will fight if there is a big batgle. The warriors are just more specialized.

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