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#Win Wed by Fortune by Judy Duarte (US)





Fifteen years ago, USA Today bestselling author, Judy Duarte, couldn’t shake the dream of creating a story of her own. That dream became a reality in 2002, when Harlequin released the first of more than thirty-five books. Judy's stories have touched the hearts of readers around the world. A two-time Rita finalist, Judy's books won two Maggies and a National Reader’s Choice Award. You can contact her at: www.judyduarte.com






How-to Tips for Aspiring Writers: Tips for those looking to get their work published/break into the industry.

1.        Join a writer’s group like Romance Writers of America
2.       Learn the craft, take classes, attend conferences
3.       Find a critique partner or two you can trust
4.       Write every day.  (If you write 1 page each day, you’ll have written a book in a year.)
5.       Expect to take 2 steps forward and 1 step back
6.       Don’t give up

You are cordially invited to witness the courtship of Graham Fortune Robinson Sasha-Marie Gibault Smith.

Graham has always thought of Sasha as his "little sister."

Sasha has always considered the rugged rancher out of her league.

Now that Sasha is all grown up, there is nothing keeping them apart... Except she has a daughter. An ex-husband. And a very noticeable baby bump. And the always proper Graham suddenly finds himself thinking very sexy thoughts about the sweet single mom!

Perhaps Fortune is finally smiling on Graham - in the form of the true love this rich, unencumbered cowboy has always longed for!



  • Series: The Fortunes of Texas: All Fortune's Children (Book 2479)
  • Mass Market Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Harlequin (May 24, 2016)
  • ISBN: 9780373659616


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  1. This is an interesting series since several different authors have been writing the connecting stories.

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