The Wrong Woman [NOOK Book]

Overview

They say everyone has a double...

And according to private investigator Ethan Ramsey, Serena Farrell's double is a stripper working in a Dallas nightclub.

Serena doesn't believe it—but she can't help wondering. After all, her mother died when she was an infant and she's been raised by wealthy grandparents who refused to discuss the past. So she knows next to nothing about her parents. Could she possibly have a...

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The Wrong Woman

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Overview

They say everyone has a double...

And according to private investigator Ethan Ramsey, Serena Farrell's double is a stripper working in a Dallas nightclub.

Serena doesn't believe it—but she can't help wondering. After all, her mother died when she was an infant and she's been raised by wealthy grandparents who refused to discuss the past. So she knows next to nothing about her parents. Could she possibly have a sister? A twin?

She decides to hire Ethan to find out who this other woman is. That fateful decision leads to some shocking revelations about Serena's family—and about her look-alike, Sarah Welch. It also leads Serena into Ethan's arms...and into his heart.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426881923
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 10/18/2010
  • Series: Twins Series , #1125
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 304
  • Sales rank: 539,675
  • File size: 581 KB

Meet the Author



After selling her first book to Harlequin's Superromance line, Linda's life hasn't been the same. It's fun, exciting, and she never has enough time, but she enjoys every minute.

She grew up in a small farming community called Smetana outside of Bryan, Texas. Writing was never in her plans. She enjoyed it and even won an essay contest in high school. Her English teacher told her if she could get her grammar and emotion on the same level that she could be a good writer. She didn't pay much attention to her words because she had always planned to be a nurse.

In college her life took an unexpected turn. She was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and had to drop out of school because of the pain. Nothing in life had prepared her for this, but luckily she had a wonderful man waiting for her, her high school sweetheart and own personal hero. With his love and support she learned to deal with a crippling disease at an early age.

With a lot of time on her hands, she took art classes and began to paint. To her shock her paintings started to sell and win awards. This kept her busy for a number of years. Then the turpentine and fume from the oils began to irritate her eyes. The doctor suggested that she put the paints away for a while or try watercolor or acrylics, but she wasn't sure what she wanted to do.

She had always loved to read and when she had to be in the hospital, friends and family would bring her books. That's how she discovered the wonderful world of Harlequin. No matter how bad she was feeling, she could lose herself in a Harlequin novel, knowing that whatever trials the heroine had to go through there was always hope, always a happy ending.

Her family was pressuring her to start painting again, but secretly she was thinking of trying her hand at writing. The only credentials she had for such an insane idea were years of reading and sheer determination. She didn't do anything about the idea until her dad gave her a push. His reasoning was that she had read so many books that it should be a snap. She began by writing long hand in a tablet—testing her skills. Her husband then bought her a computer and she had no choice. She had to write in earnest.

After a lot of hard work, tears, perseverance...and more patience than she ever thought she possessed, she's finally doing something she loves—writing. And those happy endings? She writes them now and hopes they touch someone who needs a lift, a smile, or just a good feeling day. No matter what, Linda believes there is a happy ending—you just have to find it.

She loves hearing from readers.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 21, 2013

    I liked the story, but I could have done without the bad languag

    I liked the story, but I could have done without the bad language.There should be a language disclaimer on this page.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Charming and refreshing

    Former FBI Agent Ethan Ramsey works a Texas ranch and does some professional sleuthing on the side. He is visiting his brother Travis in Dallas to persuade his sibling to come home to help cheer up their recently separated sister. At a strip joint, Ethan notices the eyes of the star attraction shows she hates being there. The next day in a Fort Worth restaurant they see the stripper again. Travis hits on her, but she objects saying she is a schoolteacher. Ethan tells Serena Farrell that if she is not the person taking off her clothing at a club, she has a double. He gives her his card and offers to investigate................... Serena, who has money problems, calls Ethan. He returns to the Dallas-Fort Worth area to begin investigating her double. Quickly, he learns the stripper is Sarah Welch, but she is in a cocoon of thugs working at the club. As Ethan discovers shocking information, he and Serena fall in love, but he wonders how a relationship will survive what he must reveal to his beloved................... THE WRONG WOMAN is the right book for readers who delight in a warm romance hat has family secrets coming to light. Ethan is the type of person everyone wants as a mate while Serena struggles with the collapse of her world as she has always known it. Though the plot device has been used many times, fans will appreciate Linda Warren¿s charming and refreshing account and look forward to sequels starring siblings............. Harriet Klausner

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