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Pam McCutcheon

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Pam McCutcheon, USAF, enlisted in the United States Air Force.  The Air Force sent her to Auburn University where she earned a BS in Industrial Engineering and was commissioned as an Air Force Officer.  After six years of active duty, she resigned her commission and worked an additional ten years as an Air Force civilian.  Pam McCutcheon is the author of Caught in the Act; My Favorite Husband; Belle of the Ball; Enchantment; Quicksilver; Here Comes the...Baby; The Trouble With Fairies; A Reluctant Rogue; Chasing Baby; A Little Something Extra; and, Golden Prophecies.

According to the book description of Enchantment, “Fleeing from her unfaithful fiancé, Gina Charles checked into a motel for some solitude, only to find her room already occupied by a friendly ghost with compelling dark eyes. Gina reluctantly agrees to help mesmerist Drake Manton piece together the details of his death in the fire that left The Chesterfield in ruins. But just as she puts her hands on the most important clue, she suddenly finds herself hurtling back in time to 1883 and standing face-to-face with the living, breathing Drake—who's even more handsome and seductive than his apparition.”

According to the book description of My Favorite Husband, “After five years of being lost in the Amazon, archeologist Chaz Vincent has finally come home to his wife, Kelly, only to learn that she has had him declared dead.  When he attends his own funeral, Chaz finds out that Kelly married another man just that morning.  Now she has to choose between them.  Who will be her favorite husband?”

According to the book description of A Little Something Extra, “In this tale of love, laughter, and leprechauns, investigative reporter P.J. Sheridan can't quite believe 6'4" Connor O'Flaherty is one of the little people.  But she sets her skepticism aside to help him locate his sister's missing talisman and discovers an added bonus for herself - magic!”

According to the book description of Caught in the Act , “When playboy Scott Richmond catches teenager Chrissie Dreyfuss with her hands on his mother's jewels, he lets her go on a whim—especially since his family was responsible for the loss of her father's job.  But when her gorgeous older sister Nicole shows up to stop her, they learn that Chrissie has already sold the jewels to some of his mother's friends.  Unfortunately, they're fake and his mother is all too eager to collect the insurance.  Now Scott and Nicole have to steal the fakes back before the buyers or the insurance company finds out his high society mother has tried to cheat them.”

According to the book description of Belle of the Ball, “The Sullivan sisters -Belle, Charisma, and Grace - were named for the Three Graces of Greek legend, but unfortunately don't live up to their names.  Belle is no beauty, Charisma has no charm, and Grace is somewhat less than graceful.  When they hear three young men discuss their lack of attributes in unflattering terms, Belle makes a wish of the Three Graces to become a beauty and ensnare them, one by one.  With the help of a little judicious magic, can they help her get revenge?  Set in Colorado Springs in 1882.”

According to the book description of Quicksilver, “Sparks fly when a smart-mouthed Terran psychiatrist engages in a battle of wits and endurance with a pigheaded barbarian from the planet Delphi, their only referee a mischievous moncat who helps them transform compromise to love.

According to the book description of A Reluctant Rogue, “To convince her fiancé's parents that she's good enough to marry their son, all Marigold Boles has to do is change the history of the old west and reform stagecoach robber Black Bart.  With the help of her best friend, she reaches back in time to bring Black Bart to the present so she can do just that.  The only problem is, he arrives without his memory!

According to the book description of Golden Prophecies, “Lancer's zest for life captivates Thena, though his evident skepticism of her prophetic gifts troubles her.  But Thena knows Lancer is the man she's been waiting for—the only one who can help her save her sanity, the man who is destined to become her life-mate.”

Enchantment: Hope Chest (Ballad Romances)
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My Favorite Husband
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A Little Something Extra (More Than Men) (Harlequin American Romance, No 614)
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Quicksilver (Futuristic Romance)
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Caught In The Act
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Belle Of The Ball: The Three Graces (Zebra Ballad Romance)
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A Reluctant Rogue
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According to the book description of Here Comes the...Baby, “When the entire town of Bachelor Falls throws Lana Talbot a surprise baby shower, the last person she expects to show up is the baby's father—a sexy, dark-haired stranger she met on a plane one passion-filled night.  But how is she going to explain he's the father when her ditzy aunt has the entire town convinced she's married to someone else?”

According to the book description of The Trouble With Fairies, “The trouble with fairies is...they're awfully hard to get rid of.   Nick Fairburn learns that the hard way when he enlists the help of the wild and wacky wee folk to win back his estranged wife.”

According to the book description of Chasing Baby, “Start with one off-duty vice cop in search of peace and quiet.   Add one Miss Goody-Two-Shoes, longing for excitement.   Combine liberally with two kids, a rabbit on the lam, a stray puppy, a missing diamond ring, and a cross-country chase, and you have a recipe for fun and adventure.”


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