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THE COWBOY AND THE VIRGINShe wasn t the kind of woman who would spend the night with a stranger, yet runaway bride Lori Ashford shared one night and so much with sexy Cord McVaneThe innocent beauty had only come to Cord s isolated cabin seeking shelter, but when her rugged protector showed her a passion like no other, she was lostFor Lori had long dreamed of sharing her heart with a strong, honorable man a man like Cord And now that she was carrying his child, she hoped this brooding loner could forget his painful past and be her forever man A Forever Kind Of Cowboy


About the Author: Doreen Roberts

Pseudonyms Kate KingsburyRebecca KentAllison KingsleyDoreen Roberts Hight is the best selling author of sixty plus books which have sold all over the world You can find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Goodreads and various review sites Her upstairs downstairs mystery series featuring the Pennyfoot Hotel will release the 20th book in the series in November.I was born in England, shortly before the outbreak of WW II Yes, I really was I spent the war years in London, spending most of my time between school and air raid shelters When things got a little noisy outside the shelters, and everyone was too scared to sing, I d get up and start telling a story, making it up as I went along Before long word got around, and I was asked to entertain on a regular basis Thus the storyteller was born It was many, many years, however before I actually saw my stories in print My first publishing effort was a letter to the children s page of a British national newspaper It described how our cat would thrust one paw through the letter box in our front door and hit the doorknocker with the other paw When we opened the door the cat walked in It was months before any of us realized why no one was at the door when we answered it Anyway, I was eight years old and I got paid for the letter My first sale The second came nearly fifty years later I m a late bloomer In between I enjoyed a short career on the stage as one half of a sister act, until I emigrated to the United States That put pay to my stage career, but I kept my hand in by playing piano and singing at a local English style pub every month on British Night I worked as a receptionist, accountant, office manager, executive secretary and for a change of pace, a salad maker in a restaurant I actually worked with the first prototype computer It took up the entire room, with tapes almost as big as me The noise of all those wheels whirring around was distracting How far we ve come in such a short time My son was born in 1968, and during the first few months of his life I stayed home and renewed my interest in writing The first manuscript I had the nerve to submit was accepted by Silhouette Books in 1987, and my new career began I wrote my first book on a typewriter I often say that if computers hadn t been invented, I would not be a writer today As it was, graduating to a computer changed my life Back then, comparatively few people had access to a chat room Those who did were usually savvy computer types, business people and writers With my thirty year marriage breaking up, the chat rooms became salvation I found companionship, friendship and eventually love.He lived on the east coast, I lived on the west That was in 1993, when computer time was charged by the minute When our computer and phone bills added up to 1500 a month, we decided it would be cheaper to get together We met for the first time at the airport in Portland, Oregon, and the next day drove across the country to Philadelphia I had to call my sister and close friends every night to reassure them that I wasn t with an axe murderer A year later we were married in Las Vegas on our way back to Oregon, where we ve lived happily ever since Now, how s that for romance



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