Tall, Dark and Cranky [NOOK Book]

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Lovely physical therapist Rebecca Calloway might not actually be residing with a fire-breathing dragon, but at times it seemed that way. For corporate mogul Grant Berringer, who'd once possessed the golden touch in business—and with women—had seemingly lost it in a tragic accident. And Rebecca's assignment was to bring back his physical powers, on the assumption that his other gifts wouldn't be far behind....

Grant Berringer knew that he needed someone not only to help him get ...

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Tall, Dark and Cranky

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Overview


Lovely physical therapist Rebecca Calloway might not actually be residing with a fire-breathing dragon, but at times it seemed that way. For corporate mogul Grant Berringer, who'd once possessed the golden touch in business—and with women—had seemingly lost it in a tragic accident. And Rebecca's assignment was to bring back his physical powers, on the assumption that his other gifts wouldn't be far behind....

Grant Berringer knew that he needed someone not only to help him get out of bed in the morning, but to make him want to. Yet was Rebecca really the right one for the job? Because with her on his case, bed was looking more and more appealing all the time....

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459203273
  • Publisher: Silhouette
  • Publication date: 2/21/2011
  • Series: Silhouette Desire Series , #1422
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 613,509
  • File size: 481 KB

Meet the Author



Anne Canadeo—the real name of Silhouette author Kate Little—officially began her writing career as the Denver correspondent for Environment Reporter, published by the Bureau of National Affairs and later, as a reporter for the Sun News chain in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Her unofficial start was somewhere back in elementary school, where she loved to write poems and stories and read them aloud to her friends. Anne's plans to be a writer took a sharp detour into the world of New York publishing as a fiction editor. As senior editor at Dell Publishing from 1980 to 1985 she acquired and edited originals and reprints, discovering several authors who later became New York Times bestsellers, such as Jayne Ann Krentz (a.k.a. Amanda Quick), Susan Kyle (a.k.a. Diana Palmer) and Heather Graham Pozzessere. As senior editor for Silhouette Books (a division of Harlequin Enterprises, Limited) from 1992 to 1995, she was responsible for the Silhouette Romance line and also new series initiatives. As an editorial consultant to Harlequin, she developed the Steeple Hill imprint—the company's successful entry into the inspirational market.

Anne learned a lot about writing from working with authors and set out on her own course as a full-time writer in 2000. The author of over thirty books, Anne has written fiction and nonfiction for both children and adults. Her publishers include Bantam, Knopf/Random House, Dell Publishing, Harlequin/Silhouette, Walker & Company and The Berkley Publishing Group—publishers of the nationally bestselling series, Cape Light.

Anne created the Cape Light series for the artist Thomas Kinkade and, under the pseudonym Katherine Spencer, has ghost-written the first eight titles. Published by Berkley in hardcover, trade paperback and mass market editions, the eighth book, A Christmas Visitor, was released in October 2007. Anne is presently working on Cape Light titles nine and ten. As Katherine Spencer, she also writes Saving Grace, a young-adult series for Harcourt Brace and is working on the third book in that series.

Over the past twenty years, Anne has published fifteen titles with Silhouette Books in Desire and Special Edition, writing as Anne Cavaliere and Kate Little. She's excited about her upcoming three-book miniseries, Baby Daze, which will appear in Silhouette Special Edition in spring 2008.

Though Anne does not write romance novels exclusively, she finds it both a challenge and pleasure to create stories that combine humor, drama and all the highs and lows of falling in love. She believes that there will always be a market for romance because for most people, love is the most important thing in life.

Anne lives on Long Island with a husband, a daughter and two spoiled dogs. She has a B.A. in Literature from SUNY at Stony Brook and an M.A. from Columbia University.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 19, 2014

    Blurb: Lovely physical therapist Rebecca Calloway might not act

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    Lovely physical therapist Rebecca Calloway might not actually be residing with a fire-breathing dragon, but at times it seemed that way. For corporate mogul Grant Berringer, who'd once possessed the golden touch in business -- and with women -- had seemingly lost it in a tragic accident. And Rebecca's assignment was to bring back his physical powers, on the assumption that his other gifts wouldn't be far behind...

    Grant Berringer knew that he needed someone not only to help him get out of bed in the morning, but to make him want to. Yet was Rebecca really the right one for the job? Because with her on his case, bed was looking more and more appealing all the time...

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