about the author~
Margaret Mallory started out as a Midwest girl. Except for two years in Africa, she grew up in small towns in northern Michigan, where her dad was a county extension agent. She received degrees from Michigan State University and the University of Michigan Law School, and then headed to Washington, DC to save the world. When that failed, she packed up and moved to the Pacific Northwest for no reason except that it was beautiful and far from her last jobs and boyfriends. She admits to having a vague notion of finding herself a park ranger with a dog. The man she met was not a park ranger, but he was willing to get the dog. Marriage and children soon followed.
Margaret spent many rewarding—but rather wearing—years in jobs devoted to improving services for abused children and care for the elderly. Not long ago, she surprised (shocked?) her friends and family by abandoning her legal career—and steady job—to write novels. She is thrilled to spend her days writing stories of love and adventure, instead of going to endless meetings. After all, she has always loved romantic tales, heroic deeds, and happy endings. And, at long last, she can satisfy her passion for justice by punishing the bad and rewarding the worthy—in the pages of her novels.
With her two children off to college, Margaret spends most of her time working on her next books. She loves to hear from readers.
YUMMY! This book is just YUMMY! Once I started reading Knight of Passion, I did not put it down! I love Jamie, or rather, Sir James Rayburn! And his strong minded, stronger willed woman, Lady Linnet! Oh what a joy she was to read!I could go on & on, but then it would be filled with spoilers, but I will say this:
trying to have a life with Lady Linnet is not easy for Jamie!
about the giveaway~
Thanks to Anna at Hachette Book Group
Five winners will be choosen
The Contest ends at midnight on June 17th
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I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. Receiving a copy in no way reflected my review of this book.