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About the Author
Joan Johnston is a bestselling author of more than 50 contemporary and historical romance novels and novellas. Her best-known series include The Bitter Creek, Hawk’s Way, and The Sisters of the Lone Star. She has more than 15 million books in print. Formerly an attorney, college professor, and newspaper editor, Johnston lives in Colorado with her children.