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On Temporary Terms/The Forbidden Brother

by Janice Maynard, Joanne Rock

Imprint: Desire

Release date: 18/06/2018

Pages: 384 Pages

ISBN: 9781489264183

On Temporary Terms - Janice Maynard

There’s a new bachelor in town who’s knocking lawyer Abby Hartman off her game. Scotsman Duncan Stewart, her client’s sexy grandson, should be off-limits — but certainly a brief, mindblowing affair wouldn’t be too terrible. Things heat up…way too fast! And when a family crisis reveals Abby’s true identity, they must choose between keeping their fling temporary or making a permanent merger…

The Forbidden Brother - Joanne Rock

Jillian Ross craves adventure. And she gets it when her new career as a film scout leads her to the ranch owned by the wealthy Wyoming McNeills. Giving in to temptation with playboy Carson McNeill causes havoc — since it’s actually his reclusive twin, Cody, she’s fallen for! Now she’s pregnant — and still can’t get enough of her reluctant rancher. Is this adventure just beginning?

About the author

Janice Maynard

Janice Maynard

I grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, home of Chickamauga Battlefield, Rock City, Ruby Falls, and the beautiful Tennessee Aquarium. After graduating from high school in 1973, I headed to southwestern Virginia for undergrad. My alma mater, Emory and Henry College, is a small liberal arts institution that enjoys an excellent reputation for quality academics and affordability. Between my sophomore and junior years, I married my high school sweetheart. We graduated together in 1977. I later earned a Masters in Reading and Story Arts from East Tennessee State University.For 15 years I taught kindergarten and second grade near Knoxville, TN, in... more

Joanne Rock

Joanne Rock

Three-time RITA nominee Joanne Rock turned a passion for writing into a career when imaginary characters kept her awake at night, demanding she tell their stories. The author of over thirty romances in a variety of subgenres, she enjoys writing medieval historicals and sexy contemporaries along with the occasional romantic suspense novel. Joanne traces her passion for all things medieval to an early brush with John Keats's poem, "The Eve of St. Agnes," and a rapt fascination with the Pre-Raphaelites' depiction of medieval themes. As a writer, she enjoys supplementing her more research-intensive trips to the Middle Ages with faster-paced... more