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newThe Rancher's Heir/Friendship On Fire

The Rancher's Heir/Friendship On Fire

by Sara Orwig, Joss Wood

Imprint: Desire

Release date: 18/06/2018

Pages: 384 Pages

ISBN: 9781489264169

The Rancher’s Heir - Sara Orwig

For billionaire Texan Noah Grant, joining the military meant sacrifice — and breaking up with city girl Camilla Warner was especially tough. Yet coming home to discover she’s had his child changes everything — except for the desire still burning between them and the wall of misunderstandings keeping them apart. But Noah’s come too far to give up without a fight…

Friendship On Fire - Joss Wood

Top Boston interior designer Jules Brogan has no shortage of work. So why say yes to designing a yacht with Noah Lockwood — her former best friend who disappeared from her life ten years ago after one smouldering encounter? Especially since the job requires posing as Noah’s fiancée! But what are old friends for…especially if she can coax him into one more kiss?

About the author

Sara Orwig

Sara Orwig

A native Oklahoman, Sara met and married her husband while they both attended Oklahoma State University — the ex-paratrooper married the bookworm. They have three children and three precious grandchildren, including one-year-old twins to whom Sara's computer and office are off-limits. To Sara's delight, the one-year-olds love to be read too, and are hopefully, little budding readers in the family.Sara and her husband enjoy travelling and gardening, even in Oklahoma's scorching summers. Periwinkles and okra are two of Sara's garden favourites because both plants can take weeks of over 100-degree weather.An avid reader, Sara collects books about the Old West.... more

Joss Wood

Joss Wood

Joss Wood wrote her first book at the age of eight and has never really stopped. Her passion for putting black letters on a white screen is only matched by her love of books and travelling (especially to the wild places of Southern Africa) and, possibly, by her hatred of ironing and making school lunches. Joss was a finalist in the Voice of Africa/Essentials magazine short story writing competition in 2010 and placed third in 2011. It was through this competition that her first book was brought to the notice of the Mills & Boon editors. Joss has a background... more