It would be too inconvenient to like him.
When Anastasia’s fiancé’s best friend, David, returns to Seattle after years of living overseas, her nice, stable, orderly life is turned upside down. In denial about her own nature and the truth about her parents’ notorious and flamboyant marriage, Anastasia shuts down her attraction toward David.
Even though digging up her family history will cause pain, David is determined to coax Anastasia’s true nature out of dormancy. If Anastasia reverts to her real character, marriage to Hugh will become impossible and David’s best friend will be hurt. Yet if David doesn’t succeed in setting Anastasia’s soul free, he will lose his own chance at winning her heart.
Winner of the Romance Writers of Australia’s Emma Darcy Award.
Part of Tracy’s Contemporary Romance collection:
An Inconvenient Lover
Praise for An Inconvenient Lover
But beyond a satisfying love story, it is a well-written book. It reminded me of why I fell in love with reading in the first place. eBookConnections
This book was a wonderful read. She dangled the happy ending like a carrot until the very last page. Romantic Times Magazine.
Tracy Cooper-Posey is a #1 Best Selling Author. She writes romantic suspense, historical, paranormal and science fiction romance. She has published over 90 novels since 1999, been nominated for five CAPAs including Favourite Author, and won the Emma Darcy Award.
She turned to indie publishing in 2011. Her indie titles have been nominated four times for Book Of The Year. Tracy won the award in 2012, and a SFR Galaxy Award in 2016 for “Most Intriguing Philosophical/Social Science Questions in Galaxybuilding” She has been a national magazine editor and for a decade she taught romance writing at MacEwan University.
She is addicted to Irish Breakfast tea and chocolate, sometimes taken together. In her spare time she enjoys history, Sherlock Holmes, science fiction and ignoring her treadmill. An Australian Canadian, she lives in Edmonton, Canada with her husband, a former professional wrestler, where she moved in 1996 after meeting him on-line.
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About the Author
Tracy is a net citizen- she met her husband on the Internet, and has coordinated discussion groups and teaching on-line. She also built and maintains her own web site, which currently out-ranks .
She has taught creative writing both on-line and at university, and entertains students and the public with anecdotes and insights into the publishing industry.
By the beginning of 2012, Tracy had published 40 titles, under her own and other pennames.
She has won the Emma Darcy Award, and the Sherlock Holmes Society of Western Australia's Best Pastiche Award. She has been a Romantic Times Top Pick author.
Her short stories and articles have appeared in various Canadian and Australian magazines and periodicals, and on the Internet.
Thief In The Night was announced as one of RRT Review's Best Book of the Year, and also selected by eCataromance for their Reviewers' Choice Awards in February 2007.
Her 2004 historical romantic suspense, Heart Of Vengeance, was nominated for a CAPA Award for Best Historical of 2004, a Romantic Times Magazine Reviewer's Choice finalist for best Medieval Historical Romance for 2004, and was published in Germany in February 2007.
In 2010, she was again nominated for the prestigious CAPA awards, in the best erotic paranormal category, and as favourite author, and in 2011, for best paranormal romance.
In early 2011 she began self-publishing her novels, with Blood Knot, which has been nominated at least twice for Book Of The Year.
So far her life has encompassed an eighteen month stint on war-ravaged Bougainville Island in Papua New Guinea, and at various times she has been a secretary, office clerk, single mother, freelance writer, public speaker, columnist, law student, international traveler, writing teacher, advertising production coordinator (for a national newsmagazine), web-press production coordinator, and the first female cinematograph operator in Western Australia.
She has been the editor of WHERE Edmonton magazine, and managing editor of the national magazine, Canadian Cowboy Country Magazine, and for a decade, she taught creative writing at Grant MacEwan University.
She currently lives in Edmonton with her husband, a professional wrestler.
You can find her web site at http://www.tracycooperposey.com.