Shannon Powell thinks the interview is over when she mentions that her late husband never wrote her love letters. She isn’t prepared for a headline that says, “Heiress Wants Love Letters.” When the letters start arriving, she decides to answer a few...to even meet some of the men.
Clint Dawson isn’t sure what to do. His title is chauffeur, but Shannon’s late husband actually hired Clint to be her bodyguard. She’s said she doesn’t need a bodyguard and has threatened to fire him if that’s his job, which means he must keep Shannon from seeing him as he follows her on her dates. What’s worse, Clint ends up writing letters for one of the would-be suitors. It’s Cyrano de Bergerac all over again as Clint writes the words he’d love to tell her in person, if he only felt worthy.
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About the Author
Maris Soule was born and raised in California, but a red-head with blue eyes talked her into moving to Michigan--for just a couple of years. Way too many years later, she's still married to that man, has two grown children, two granddaughters, and still lives in Michigan (except when she heads for Florida to avoid the cold). Always a reader, Soule began writing romances back in the early 80s, and over the years had 25 published by Harlequin, Silhouette, and Bantam, several winning awards, including 2 being finalists for RWA's RITA. Always a fan of mystery and suspense novels, Soule wove suspense into many of her romances, but finally she decided to reverse the trend. Her three P.J. Benson "Crow" mysteries, (The Crows, As The Crow Flies, and Eat Crow and Die) weave a bit of romance in with the mystery, while her stand alone, A Killer Past, introduces a 74-year-old woman who is anything but feeble. Most of her books involve animals, and the Rhodesian Ridgeback in The Crow books is named after a Ridgeback she raised, trained, and showed years ago.