Her Hand in Marriage by P-HarlequinEnterpris

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									Her Hand in Marriage
Author: Jessica Steele
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For Romillie, family always came first. So when her mother took ill, Romillie immediately put aside her
plans to go to university and stayed home, where she was needed. But now her mother is on the mend,
and Romillie has met dashing businessman Naylor Cardell.Romillie would never have imagined that a
high-flying CEO like Naylor would be interested in an ordinary girl like her. Now Naylor says he has a
question for her. Dare she hope that the confirmed bachelor might ask for her hand in marriage?
Author Bio
Jessica Steele
Jessica Steele was born in the elegant Warwickshire town of Royal Leamington Spa. She was a delicate
child and missed a lot of school. In fact, she left school at aged 14, when she was diagnosed as having
tuberculosis. Jessica started work as a junior clerk when she was 16.She has two super brothers, Colin
and George, and a lovely sister, Elizabeth, and all of them are very close. She has plenty of nephews and
nieces to make up for the fact that she and her husband have no children of their own.Peter and Jessica
married in 1967 and within a very short space of time they had moved from her hometown to the lovely
area where they now live. Their house is built into the side of a hill, and has beautiful views over more hills
and valleys.Both she and her husband are more than a little dog-oriented, and their current dog is a
Staffordshire bull terrier named Florence. Florence is gorgeous. She loves everybody but, since she is 40
pounds of dynamite and would hurl her boisterous self at everyone she meets—given half a chance—she
has to be restrained (as much as possible). She is fun.Her husband spurred Jessica on to her writing
career, giving her every support while she did what she considers her five-year apprenticeship (the
rejection years) while learning how to write.Jessica has tried using a typewriter, but it just doesn’t work
for her. She is much happier writing in longhand, and in actual fact has a dozen or so fountain pens filled
and ready to go at the start of any one session. A friend has a secretarial agency and, after deciphering
Jessica’s writing, returns an immaculately typed manuscript.To gain authentic background for her books,
she has traveled and researched in Hong Kong, China, Mexico, Japan, Peru, Russia, Egypt, Chile and
Greece.

								
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