Anny Chamion no estaba acostumbrada a comportarse como una muchacha normal, pues su posición real la obligaba a actuar siempre según el protocolo. Sin embargo, un encuentro fortuito con el famoso actor Demetrios Savas le dio el impulso que necesitaba para tirar por la borda todas sus obligaciones!
El corazón de Demetrios Savas estaba libre y así quería él que siguiera. ¿Pero cómo era posible que aquella bella desconocida le hubiera calado tan hondo? ¿Y por qué se moría por volver a probar una vez más tan deliciosa fruta prohibida?
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About the Author
RITA Award-winner Anne McAllister was born in California, spent formative summer vacations on the beach near her home and on her grandparents' small ranch in Colorado and visiting relatives in Montana. Studying the cowboys, the surfers and the beach volleyball players, she spent long hours developing her concept of "the perfect hero." (Have you noticed a lack of hard-driving Type A businessmen among them? Well, she promises to do one soon, just for a change!).
One thing she did do, early on, was develop a weakness for lean, dark-haired, handsome lone-wolf type guys. When she finally found one, he was in the university library where she was working at the time. It didn't matter. She knew a good man when she saw one.
And they've now been sharing "happily ever afters" for 32 years. They presently have four children, four dogs, and one bionic cat who, contrary to all expectations, is working on his second millennium.
Quite a few years ago they moved to the Midwest, but they spend more and more time in Montana. And as Anne says, she lives there in her head most of the time anyway. She wishes a small town like her very own Elmer, Montana, existed. She'd move there in a minute.
Before she started writing romances, Anne taught Spanish, capped deodorant bottles copyedited textbooks, got a master's degree in theology, and ghostwrote sermons.
It all became grist for the fictional mill-- as has the family history she likes to learn more about every chance she gets. She might have to try her hand at that historical, after all-- especially now that she's learned more about that second great-grandfather who claims to have shot 40 men!
In the meantime, though, she is planning more contemporary Code of the West books for Desire and Special Edition, as well as a single-title Code of the West book coming in early 2002, and a trilogy for Harlequin Presents beginning in August 2000. Keep your eye on both series as characters from each are going to start popping up in each other's books!