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Kathleen Eagle

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Fredericksburg, VA, The United States
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Kathleen Eagle published her first book, a Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award winner, with Silhouette Books in 1984. Since then she has published more than 40 books, including historical and contemporary, series and single title, earning her nearly every award in the industry. Her books have consistently appeared on regional and national bestseller lists, including the USA Today list and the New York Times extended bestseller list.

Born in Virginia and raised "on the road" as an Air Force brat, Ms Eagle earned degrees from Mount Holyoke College and Northern State University. She taught at Standing Rock High School in North Dakota for 17 years.

Eagle's work is often singled out by book reviewers for its exceptional quality and appea
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New Life For Out Of Print Books

THE LAST GOOD MAN is one of my favorite books. It was declared one of the 5 best romance novels of the year, and it's the only romance ever to be named a finalist for the Minnesota Book Award. First published in 2000, it's been out of print for several years, and it's never been available in trade paperback, audio book, or e-book.

Bell Bridge Books is about to change that. THE LAST GOOD MAN will so Read more of this blog post »
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'Til There Was You by Kathleen Eagle
“I think it’s important for our…for the baby to know when it gets a little older that at least we were friends.”
He settled her back against the cranked-up bed and followed, kissing her tear-wet cheeks. “I understand that now. Friends who can touch each other—” and he did touch her gently, tenderly, through the soft cotton of the hospital gown and her nipple hardened against his palm “—in places no one else can touch.”
“Oh, Seth.” His touch was the only balm that could soothe her aching heart.
“Even deeper than this.” He slid his hand beneath the covers and warmed her belly. “Even deeper than I can go when I make love to you.”
“Only you can do that,” she whispered, closing her eyes. “I can’t get deep inside you.”
“Oh, yes, you can, Mariah. Yes, you have.”
“If you start, I won’t want you to stop.”
“Good,” he said as he nuzzled her breast.
“You’ll mess up my vital signs.”
He chuckled. “We’ll mess up each other’s.”
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“I think it’s important for our…for the baby to know when it gets a little older that at least we were friends.”
He settled her back against the cranked-up bed and followed, kissing her tear-wet cheeks. “I understand that now. Friends who can touch each other—” and he did touch her gently, tenderly, through the soft cotton of the hospital gown and her nipple hardened against his palm “—in places no one else can touch.”
“Oh, Seth.” His touch was the only balm that could soothe her aching heart.
“Even deeper than this.” He slid his hand beneath the covers and warmed her belly. “Even deeper than I can go when I make love to you.”
“Only you can do that,” she whispered, closing her eyes. “I can’t get deep inside you.”
“Oh, yes, you can, Mariah. Yes, you have.”
“If you start, I won’t want you to stop.”
“Good,” he said as he nuzzled her breast.
“You’ll mess up my vital signs.”
He chuckled. “We’ll mess up each other’s.”
Kathleen Eagle, 'Til There Was You

“His face always got soft with wonder when he felt the life within his wife’s womb. “This kid’s on the move.”
Mariah sat up straight and worked her fingers against her lower back again. “He can move out any time now.”
“Your back hurts, huh? Come here.” She offered no resistance as he sat on the grass and drew her to sit between his legs. “Lean back and let me do that for you.”
“We’re sitting right out on the front lawn,” she reminded him as she dropped her head back against his shoulder. His hands felt so much better on her back than her own did.
“So what? We’re dressed.” Then he lowered his voice near her ear. “I’m only imaging we’re not.”
“You’re fantasizing about giving a back rub to a naked hippo?”
“Your stomach is beautiful, just like the rest of you, but I have a feeling it’s getting kind of heavy for you.” In sympathy, he kissed the corner of her forehead. “I wish I could carry it for you when you get tired like this.”
“The baby carrier from Dad will fit you nicely.”
Seth responded with a cheeky cluck. “There’s only one thing that came from Dad that fits me nicely.”
“Seth…”
She drawled his name, and he laughed. “You sound more like a wife all the time.”
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“Women don't want all that. Women just want a partner who is considerate and attentive, who will spoon with them while reciting Keats, and feed them organic yogurt by candlelight on a seaside cliff at sunset.”
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“I think it’s important for our…for the baby to know when it gets a little older that at least we were friends.”
He settled her back against the cranked-up bed and followed, kissing her tear-wet cheeks. “I understand that now. Friends who can touch each other—” and he did touch her gently, tenderly, through the soft cotton of the hospital gown and her nipple hardened against his palm “—in places no one else can touch.”
“Oh, Seth.” His touch was the only balm that could soothe her aching heart.
“Even deeper than this.” He slid his hand beneath the covers and warmed her belly. “Even deeper than I can go when I make love to you.”
“Only you can do that,” she whispered, closing her eyes. “I can’t get deep inside you.”
“Oh, yes, you can, Mariah. Yes, you have.”
“If you start, I won’t want you to stop.”
“Good,” he said as he nuzzled her breast.
“You’ll mess up my vital signs.”
He chuckled. “We’ll mess up each other’s.”
Kathleen Eagle, 'Til There Was You

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Amy Armstrong Hi Kathleen, thanks so much for accepting my request!


Roxanne Nice to see you on Goodreads, Kathleen.


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