Of All the Rotten Luck!
Kelsey Rodgers was already in trouble up to her elbows. The last thing she needed was a U.S. Marshal staying at her hotel. Especially one as sharp, sexy and dangerous as Clay Chandler was turning out to be!
Clay just knew that Kelsey was going to get him into hot water. The little whirlwind had more secrets than sense and more sass than was legal. And darned if she hadn't gone and swept him off his feet like a greenhorn kid!
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About the Author
Working full-time in credit and collections, supporting her husband's career in the U.S. Air Force, raising a daughter, and having a new baby wasn't quite enough for Judith Stacy. She picked that particular moment in her life to venture into the world of romance writing.
Raised in rural Virginia, it wasn't unusual that neighbours had no electricity, running water, or indoor plumbing, and cooked on woodstoves. This experience gave Judith insight into the settings she now uses in her historical novels.
Story ideas come to Judith in a variety of ways and at any time, the most alarming being when she's driving. She's also gotten ideas while waking from a nap but is having trouble convincing her family these are serious plotting sessions.
Judith's novel The Last Bride in Texas deals with literacy. Researching this issue prompted Judith to get involved with her local literacy program. She is a certified tutor with the Los Angeles County Public Library Literacy Program, volunteering her time to tutor adults in reading.
Judith is married to her high school sweetheart. They have two daughters and live in Southern California. Judith loves to hear from readers - contact her at http://www.eclectics.com/judithstacy.