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A Child Is Rescued from the Sea
Daisy Sloan is B.O.I. ("Born on Island" Galveson, that is) and a shrimper by trade. One day, she anchors her trawler in a secluded bay called Rum Row, notorious for its illegal exchanges. A luxury yacht anchors nearby and explodes. There's only one survivor, a little girl. Daisy pulls her from the sea.
A Family Man Finds His Lost Daughter
Temple Wyatt owner of hotels and builder of resorts. He adores his only child, five–year–old Rebecca. Then she's kidnapped by her mother (Temple's ex–wife) and disappears without a trace until she shows up in a Galveston hospital, months later. With her is a woman called Daisy Sloan, a woman who's far too casual, too irreverent, too delightful for his peace of mind. But Rebecca desperately needs Daisy. Which means that Temple needs her, too. In more ways than he ever could have guessed!
About the Author
She persevered, however, and sold her first contemporary romance in 1990. In the years between five years old and 1990, Lois lived in various places: a wheat-and-cattle ranch in northeastern Montana, an 1800s home on the shores of Lake Okoboji in Iowa, in the picturesque turn-of-the-century coastal town of Mendocino in Northern California, and the Spanish-flavoured city of San Buenaventura on the Pacific Ocean in Southern California.
After working in the legal community, she now spends her days doing what she loves most - writing novels. She lives with two demanding and loveable cats, Chloe and Evie, in a small town on the shore of beautiful Puget Sound in the Pacific Northwest. Catching the ferry to visit her daughter and two granddaughters in Seattle is a favorite pastime, as is taking long walks with her son and his yellow Labrador, Anna.
Lois loves to hear from readers and you can write to her c/o Paperbacks Plus, 1618 Bay Street, Port Orchard, Washington 98366, USA. To learn about her upcoming books and to browse her backlist, please visit her on the web at specialauthors.com or at her website shown above.
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