Michelle McMaster

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Michelle McMaster loves writing about dashing heroes and spunky heroines in her historical romances, and is known for humorous dialogue and memorable characters. Michelle holds a degree in English Literature from Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia. She enjoys travelling, reading, quilting, and gardening. She lives on the east coast of Canada with her husband and their two dogs, a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever and a Border Collie mix. She also writes thriller novels under the pen name Avery Holt: http://www.AveryHolt.com ...more

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3.86 avg rating — 1,217 ratings — published 2000 — 4 editions
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Taming the Bride (Brides of...

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Summer Passions

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His Courtesan Bride (Brides...

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Autumn Desires (Seasons of ...

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Watch Me Run (WATCH ME SERI...

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“Where on earth have you got to, man?” “In here,” Alfred replied from the sanctuary of the foliage. “I think I’ve found it. Yes, there it is. Bloody good luck. I thank you for your help, Seton. You need not detain yourselves further.” “At least join us for a late supper, Weston,” Lord Seton pressed, peering into the”
Michelle McMaster, Taming the Bride




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