Operation: Monarch (Carramer Legacy Series) [NOOK Book]

Overview

As security adviser to the monarch of Carramer, Serena Cordeaux was used to handling high-profile national threats. But after intercepting information that suggested Garth Remy—a sexy man from her past—was the true heir to the throne, she found herself guarding the one man who could rock the country's political foundation—and her own solitary, career-focused life.

Former navy diver Garth Remy didn't need a baby-sitter, even if she was the model-stunning woman who'd haunted his ...

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Operation: Monarch (Carramer Legacy Series)

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Overview

As security adviser to the monarch of Carramer, Serena Cordeaux was used to handling high-profile national threats. But after intercepting information that suggested Garth Remy—a sexy man from her past—was the true heir to the throne, she found herself guarding the one man who could rock the country's political foundation—and her own solitary, career-focused life.

Former navy diver Garth Remy didn't need a baby-sitter, even if she was the model-stunning woman who'd haunted his dreams. He vowed to uncover the plot against the crown and prove once and for all he was no prince. But would spending so much time with Serena drive Garth toward the truth—or her bed?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426881091
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 10/18/2010
  • Series: Carramer Trust Series , #1268
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 256
  • Sales rank: 504,408
  • File size: 566 KB

Meet the Author



With 25 million copies of her books sold internationally, including many Waldenbooks bestsellers, Valerie Parv is known as Australia's queen of romance and is recognized as their media spokesperson for all things romantic. Already a successful writer of nonfiction, Valerie has made love and romance a career, with over 60 novels to her name (see Valerie's website valerieparv.com for a complete list of her books).

Valerie's 2004/5 Harlequin Enterprises & Silhouette releases include the latest Carramer Crown Trilogy and the new Code of the Outback series: Heir to Danger, Live To Tell and Deadly Intent. Valerie's short fiction is also regularly featured in national magazines.

A qualified trainer and counselor, Valerie conducts seminars and workshops on creativity and all aspects of the writing craft based on her two bestselling guides for writers: The Art of Romance Writing and The Idea Factory, adapted as an online course for writers in 2005.

Valerie is married to her own romantic hero, Paul, a former crocodile hunter in Australia's tropical north turned cartoonist. After many years of living in Sydney, they moved to Australia's capital city, Canberra, where they are surrounded by over half a million trees, making it the most beautiful city in the country.

"I wanted the best of both worlds," says Valerie. "I love the cultural and intellectual stimulation of living in a city, but I also want the beauty and tranquility of the country where I can imagine my love stories and bring them to life on paper." Canberra has a thriving writing community and Valerie is well-known there, currently conducting writing courses and having lectured on romance writing at the University of Canberra and given workshops at the Canberra Writers' Center.

With no children of her own, Valerie is happy to play surrogate mother to her "rent-a-kids," Amelia and Nicholas, and to her agent's delightful twins, Kate and Eliza. "There I go again with the best of both worlds," she says. "I get all the fun of having children without any of the hard bits, a bit like the babies in my books!"

Valerie continues to write her page-turning novels because they affirm her belief in love and happy endings. As she says says, "Love gives you wings, romance helps you fly".
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