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									What's Cooking?
The Rose Cottage Sisters

Author: Sherryl Woods

Take one part Maggie D'Angelo, the striking and independent food critic who's had her fill of casual
men....Add one part gorgeous photographer on a mission for seduction. Rick Flannery's playboy
reputation left a sour taste in Maggie's mouth, but his desire went far beyond a passing fancy....Mix in a
healthy dose of meddling sisters who believe Rick is just the man to spice up Maggie's life.Maggie's
afraid this recipe will boil over, making a mess of her orderly life. But Rick knows that the risk of getting
burned leads to the sweetest payoff of all—true love!
Author Bio
Sherryl Woods
When Sherryl Woods's first novel was released in 1982, her former journalist colleagues spent a lot of
time reading the sexy passages that were a far cry from the news reporting she had once done. One,
shaking his head, turned to the newspaper's art director and said, "And you've been taking her
bowling."But those steamy love scenes aren't the heart of the romance novel, Sherryl replied. Romances
are about so much more. "They're about deep and abiding relationships, about finding a soul mate, about
family and commitment and, yes, of course, about joyous, passionate sex."Well over 70 books later,
however, this prolific author still believes that. It is why she continues to love the genre. In addition to her
two popular mystery series and romances for other publishers, Sherryl has enjoyed phenomenal success
with her books for Silhouette Special Edition, Silhouette Desire and MIRA Books.Originally from
Arlington, Virginia, Sherryl graduated from Ohio State University with a degree in journalism and worked
for several newspapers covering everything from suburban government to entertainment. Eventually
specializing in television, she became the television editor for papers in Ohio and Florida. In 1980 she quit
her work in news to write books, but again found herself in the workforce coordinating an employee
program for eight thousand people at a major Miami trauma center. Two years later, her first romance
was in print and publishers were clamoring for more. By 1986, she was writing full-time.Sherryl feels her
natural talent for writing romance fiction stems in part from her previous work. "Journalism taught me to
be concise and clear as a writer, but it also taught me to become a great observer of human
nature."Though romances are her first love, this author has also proven adept in the mystery genre. Each
of her fictional sleuths, Molly DeWitt and Amanda Roberts, were optioned for television, which brought
Sherryl full circle to the medium she once covered.A member of

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