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Mike Farley, a devilishly handsome Wyoming cowboy. Jane Porter, his girlfriend and neighbor whose longtime dream is to be Mrs. Mike Farley. Enter Samantha Jo Smith, a beautiful and sexy red-haired stranger who steals Mike’s heart like a thief in the night. Can Mike redeem himself with sweet Jane after committing the ultimate betrayal to their love? Find out in Second Chances.
Desert Heat: What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas
Marcie and Steve have a long-time and mutually satisfying marriage. However, when career changes force them to move from a metropolitan city in Texas to a small crossroads town in the Mojave Desert in Southern California, a surprise is in store for them that neither Marcie nor Steve could have ever anticipated in a million years. Marcie commits the unthinkable. She falls in love with her handsome new boss, Jim. How will Marcie handle being in love with both Steve and Jim? Will this be the end of Marcie’s marriage to Steve, the guy who has been by her through thick and thin?
Read Desert Heat and get swept away to another world. Come visit the desert where it is always hot, hot, hot! Live with Marcie, Steve and Jim as they explore the shades of difference between love, sex and friendship. You may never view love or the desert through the same eyes again!
Cabin Fever: And the Flames Burned Higher
The beautiful and sexy Marcie Treyhorne is a steel magnolia who knows what she wants and isn’t afraid to go after it. Marcie's story began in DESERT HEAT. Her saga continues in CABIN FEVER. Marcie leaves the blistering heat of the desert but the searing passion she carries to the northern Nevada mountains will melt the deepest of winter snows. The ending is a twist that will hit you like a runaway train. You won't want to miss this one!"
“Renamed the ‘Diva of Romance’ by her fans, Kristie Leigh Maguire writes with a style and flair often copied but rarely duplicated. Her ability to capture the pure animal heat in her characters takes the reader to a realm of surreal pleasure rarely found in today's writing.” – Mark Haeuser