Falling for the Deputy by P-HarlequinEnterpris

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She'd risk it all for the bylineMack Whittaker hates the spotlight. As a deputy sheriff in a small town that actually respects his privacy, it's easy to keep a low profile and do his job. So when a smart, sassy reporter rolls into town looking for a good story, Mack is immediately on guard. He'll do everything in his power to keep Chloe Atherton's attention--her intuition--focused on the department. And not on him.But it seems as if the woman will stop at nothing to get her story, even if it means digging into his past.And neither of them realizes that one byline will change more than just their careers....

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									Falling for the Deputy
Author: Amy Frazier
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She'd risk it all for the bylineMack Whittaker hates the spotlight. As a deputy sheriff in a small town that
actually respects his privacy, it's easy to keep a low profile and do his job. So when a smart, sassy
reporter rolls into town looking for a good story, Mack is immediately on guard. He'll do everything in his
power to keep Chloe Atherton's attention--her intuition--focused on the department. And not on him.But it
seems as if the woman will stop at nothing to get her story, even if it means digging into his past.And
neither of them realizes that one byline will change more than just their careers....
Author Bio
Amy Frazier
As a child, Amy Frazier devoured fairy tales and myths in which heroes and heroines found themselves
transported from the ordinary to the extraordinary. Amy was, in reality, a timid child, but within the realm
of a story she could test the limits of "what if..." She could experience vicarious adventure, danger, loss
and redemption, and in the process begin to form a sense of self. She wrote her first "book" as an eight-
year-old, sitting in her aunt's apple tree one summer. The tale, written in pencil on a stapled stack of
papers small enough to fit in a wallet, was a space odyssey starring herself, of course. As an adult, she
came to understand that myth is a story of more than true, and she freely utilized the elements of those
early tales in her successive careers as teacher, librarian, freelance artist and professional
storyteller.Born on the Maine coast, a descendent of French Acadians expelled from English Nova Scotia
(one of her aunts was named Evangeline), Amy now resides in Georgia. The South, she says with great
pleasure, is a region where everyday conversation is often elevated to the art of storytelling, where tales,
both real and fantastic, waft on the air with the scent of honeysuckle. In this charged atmosphere, she
couldn't avoid writing and began her first romance in 1992. Her books are upbeat, down-home stories of
domestic drama, of everyday people faced with unusual circumstances. She sees romance as a chance
to highlight strong women, heroic men and committed relationships.Amy draws sustenance and
inspiration from a variety of sources, chief of which are her husband, her son, her daughter and her two
neurotic cats. A dedicated reader, she consumes the printed word from cereal boxes to Pulitzer Prize
winners. She enjoys nature in all forms, but especially loves the bird sanctuary (tell that to the squirrels
and chipmunks!) she's established in the wooded area just outside her office window. When she ventures
out, it's often in the company of the Fa

								
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