SEEN AND HEARD
The Thunder Canyon NuggetYou might remember bubbly Lizbeth Stanton from behind the bar at the Thunder Canyon Resortand on the arm of every eligible bachelor in town. But after a messy breakup with her fiancé, Lizbeth's looking for more than just romance. When Mitchell Cates offers her a job as his assistant, she jumps at the unexpected opportunity.
Successful Mitch is as steady and solid as they come a far cry from the dashing men Lizbeth's known. But still waters run deep, and there's an attraction bubbling under the surface that makes days at the office anything but boring. Lizbeth's new career may already have led to a promotion: into the CEO's heart!
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About the Author
When she was growing up in Seattle, USA bestselling author Pamela Toth planned to be an artist, not a writer. She majored in graphic design at the University of Washington. It was only after her mother, a librarian, had given her a stack of Harlequin romances that Pam began to dream about a writing career.
Her plans were postponed while she raised two daughters and worked full time. After being laid off from her job, fate stepped in. A close friend was acquainted with mystery writer Meg Chittenden, who wrote for the Superromance line at the time. Meg steered Pam to a fledgling local chapter of Romance Writers of America, but it still took three years and several false starts before her first book sale. For the next 20 years, she belonged to a close-knit group of published writers while penning romances for several lines at Harlequin and Silhouette.
A year after her divorce, a chance remark by an acquaintance led her to a coffee date with her boyfriend from high school. After spending three decades apart, they are now happily married in a condo near Seattle with a view of Mt. Rainier and a new Birman kitten named Coco.
When Pam isn't traveling with her husband, who recently retired, she loves spending time with her two grown daughters, serving on the board of her condo association, antiquing, gardening, cross-stitching and reading. The stack of books beside her chair includes thrillers, mysteries, women's fiction and biographies as well as romances by her favorite authors. Her future plans include a cruise to Alaska and learning to quilt--and writing more romances, of course.
Contact Pam through the web site at www.specialauthors.com or write her at P.O. Box 436, Woodinville, WA 98072.