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Carole Mortimer

Full Name: Carole Mortimer
Gender: Female
Number of Works: 271
Carole Mortimer was born in a very rural hamlet in the east end of England. She first began writing for Mills & Boon in 1978, and has now had more than one-hundred and forty books published—but still enjoys entering the lives of each and every one of her heroes and heroines! Now happily married to Peter, she is a mother to four sons and stepmother to two more, with ages ranging from twelve to thirty-four. She has a very full and happy life, but still finds the time in each day to sit down and write.

Carole now lives in a very beautiful part of Britain and is busily working on her next romantic novel.

ISBN: 0373832028, 9780373832026
Keywords: gypsy
Pages: Unknown
Published: 1985
  • Rating: 80%

THEY'D COME FULL CIRCLE Shay was the raven-haired beauty the Falconer brothers called Gypsy. The four men each found her irresistible. But it was Lyon Falconer who claimed her - when he didn't have the right - and sealed her fate. And it was Ricky, the youngest Falconer, who picked up the fragments of Shay's shattered life and married her out of love. Only now, with her husband's death, destiny hurled Shay back within Lyon's reach. It was the moment he'd been waiting for - a final chance to prove that Shay had always been - always would be - HIS Gypsy!
ISBN: 0373107803, 9780373107803
Keywords: presents, harlequin, revenge, past
Pages: 187
Published: 1985
  • Rating: 80%

"I wanted you, Danielle, the moment I saw you." Nicholas Andracas was not only commissioning Danielle to paint the portrait of his latest mistress, he was also boldly trying to seduce her with his lethal charm. The rich and arrogant oil tycoon didn't recognize Danielle as the young woman who'd given herself to him in innocence seven years ago. To him she'd been a mere diversion, of value only when his wife had initiated divorce proceedings. Danielle longed to pay him back with interest for the pain he'd caused her. But she tried instead to keep him at arm's length--to avoid battli