Ann Major Classics: Passionate Love Stories that Speak to the Heart
In Name Only
Nicholas and Amy were madly in love until Nick broke Amy’s heart and she ran away. When a life threatening illness threatens Triple, the child she loves as her very own, Nick suddenly returns to claim what’s his.
But can Amy forgive him for his part in the cruel circumstances that forced her to deceive him in the most terrible way?
Ever since Megan MacKay’s father lost the MacKay ranch to neighboring rancher Jeb Jackson and vanished, after asking Jackson to look after her, Megan MacKay resented Jeb almost as much as she desired him. When she was sixteen, he rejected her, and she vowed to hate him forever.
Now she’s all grown up and such a handful, his feisty pilot is the last woman Jeb wants to desire. Then a passionate kiss makes Jeb realize that he wants to possess her a whole lot more than he wants her land. But can he win the one woman who’s so stubbornly set against him?
DESTINY’S CHILD (4) is the impressive second book in Ann Major’s CHILDREN OF DESTINY trilogy. A powerful rancher and his feisty private pilot lock horns over his methods of acquiring her family’s holdings. The sensual flames burn very brightly indeed while this explosive couple battles toward a highly satisfying resolution.
— Romantic Times
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The Baby Machine: A Novella
In this passionate (130 page) novella lonely, high-flying business-woman Kate Karlington
wanted a baby more than anything, but all the men she knew were obsessed by her
fortune—except for rugged Jim Keith Jones, who was too rough and unsophisticated for her to
Unlike the others, he was obsessed solely by her.
When he offered to be her ‘baby machine’, all Kate had to do was agree to his outrageous terms.
Night Child (Book 3 of Texas: Children of Destiny) (Coming Soon)
World-famous ballerina Dawn Hayden had no memory of being torn from Kirk MacKay’s arms and
abducted as a child. She didn’t know the cause of the darkness at the center of her being which made
her reject love and feel driven to dance every waking moment.
Then suddenly she found herself in danger again, and a mysterious stranger, who seemed dazzlingly
familiar on a soul deep level, set her free and captured her heart.
Kirk MacKay felt responsible for young Julia Jackson’s abduction. Haunted by her loss, Kirk rushed
across the world to save still another kidnap victim, the lovely ballerina, who was the same age Julia
would have been and who was wearing a necklace exactly like Julia’s.
Ann Major’s stunning conclusion to her Children of Destiny series, NIGHT CHILD (4+) powerfully blends romance and danger…. The fiery romance will win a reserved spot on many a bookshelf.
— Romantic Times Magazine