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This is the third of my Heartlands series. The first two are ‘Her Man with Iceberg Eyes’ and ‘Christmas Holiday Husband’.

Exiled from his family for half his life, hard-living cowboy Rory Morrissey finally quits Texas and embarks on a desperate and delicate mission: to return to New Zealand, convince shy Kiwi heiress Alfrieda Hamlin to marry him, and earn a fresh start, respectability, and one hell of a farm. 

Alfie might be shy but she’s no pushover. When she learns about the succession deal being hatched between her autocratic grandfather and the handsome Texan stud, she rebels. There’s no way she’ll stand by and have her expected inheritance and freedom stolen away, so with only one month to outwit the scheming duo, she throws caution to the wind and snuggles up to the man she’s been ordered to marry. After all, she needs to know her enemy if she expects to beat him at his own game.

Warning: Contains one hunky cowboy determined to ride down his heiress, hog-tie her, and bundle her into his bed.

Publication date: 9th June 2014

 

AUTHOR BIO

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If it’s fine, Kris gardens. If it’s wet, she writes. And if the writing’s going well, the garden can look after itself…

Her two latest books are the start of her Heartlands Heroines series – the girls who live deep in the New Zealand countryside. First there’s ‘Her Man with Iceberg Eyes’ – a novel set in the alpine resort of Queenstown, way in the south. Then there’s ‘Christmas Holiday Husband’ – which takes you to a sprawling back-country farm with its lovely old homestead and long family heritage.

Kris writes sizzling contemporary romances, and is the current membership secretary for Romance Writers of New Zealand. Six of her books are set at least partly in the capital city of Wellington so she can make use of the beautiful harbor in the plots. She’s called them her Wicked in Wellington series.

Kris has written all her life – from her autobiography at twelve, to her own special wedding service, to short stories published in mass-circulation magazines and broadcast on National Radio in New Zealand. She has a background as an advertising copywriter and a decor specialist.

During the past eight years she’s produced a selection of racy romantic novels, and publishing them on Amazon.com has been the ideal answer to share them with the world.

Here’s what Romantic Times said about ‘The Wrong Sister’

‘Pearson’s latest sizzles with passions and misconceptions as two souls struggle past social conventions to the love on the other side. Readers will relish the characters and will be praying that love will in fact triumph over convention. As Fiona and Christian struggle against it, their passion spills over, burning both of them in the process.’

4 Stars HOT.

Sabrina Cooper, RT Reviews

 

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