Husband Found PDF í Paperback


  • Paperback
  • 192 pages
  • Husband Found
  • Martha Shields
  • English
  • 07 November 2018
  • 0373193777

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Husband Found FAMILYMATTERS HELLO, I M YOUR WIFE Rafe Johnson had been searching for his past but he d never expected to find a long lost wife He could hardly believe his eyes, yet being close to Emma, touching her, kissing her, stirred memories he d thought lost and gone forever AmnesiaEmma thought that excuse belonged in soap operas Still, she couldn t deny the yearning in Rafe s gaze or the longing in her own heart Six years separation had changed them both, yet Emma had never forgotten her husband But now she had to introduce him to the son he d never known he hadKisses, kids, cuddles and kin The best things in life are found in families


About the Author: Martha Shields

Martha Shields grew up telling stories As the daughter of displaced Floridians and a preacher to boot, she and her sister spent many long hours in the back seat of the family Rambler traveling either home to Florida or to revivals in far off places Since boredom is the other mother of invention, Martha quickly tired of asking how manymiles and made up stories to entertain herself and her sister.A way to pass the time turned into a love of words, which led to an education in journalism Fresh out of college, Martha discovered romance novels and finally found a focus for her writing She freely admits that she is a hopeless romantic and will expound on the social, biological, and chemical aspects of love to anyone who ll listen.Martha lives in Memphis, Tennessee with her husband of over 20 years, a college age daughter, and a Cairn terror picture Toto with a bleach job During the day, she tries to make college courses sound exciting and at night, she escapes the pressures of the day by weaving tales of romantic worlds, hoping readers can do the same.Martha also teaches novel writing courses with Debra Dixon at the University of Memphis and speaks at writing conferences all over the country.