Wild Florida Son: Native American Romance

· Bad Rabbit Publications
3.5
2 reviews
Ebook
182
Pages
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From Award-Winning Author Cassandra Blizzard

When popular romance author Carson Sawyer learns that the spokesman for the Traditional Seminole plans to sue her, she decides to travel to South Florida to convince him to drop the case. She doesn’t expect him to be quite so dynamic, intelligent, generous, or gorgeous. Despite her convictions not to become too enamored with this Everglades legend, she finds him difficult to resist. John Tallman is not pleased. He expected Carson Sawyer to confront him in a court of law, not on his own turf. He does not take kindly to her attempts to infiltrate his camp and convince him to drop his lawsuit. But she’s so determined, so earnestly sincere about her innocence. Carson Sawyer may be too much for his wild Florida heart to resist. 

3.5
2 reviews
A Google user
April 25, 2017
Did not get to the love part till the very end
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About the author

Cassandra Ormand is an accomplished, award-winning author, with over 50 books to her credit. She has been writing since the age of 15 and has published numerous short stories, articles, and books. Cassandra is known for her skills in hopping genres. She has written in nearly every genre, including romance, mystery, thriller, science fiction, and mainstream. She writes page turning novels that keep readers avidly engaged. Cassandra also writes under the names: E.J. Deen, and C.D. Blizzard. 

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