Once a Soldier

Once a Soldier by Mary Jo Putney

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Rogues Redeemed As heir to a title and great wealth, Will Masterson should have stayed home and tended his responsibilities. Instead he went to war. Now, after perilous years fighting the French, he intends his current mission to be his last. But all his plans are forgotten when he arrives in the small mountain stronghold of San Gabriel and meets her. Knowing herself to be too tall, strong, and unconventional to appeal to a man, Athena Markham has always gloried in her independence. But for the first time in her life, she finds a man who might be her match. Two of a kind, too brave for their own good, Athena and Will vow to do whatever it takes to vanquish San Gabriel`s enemies. For neither will back down from death, and only together can they find happiness and a love deeper than any they`d dared imagine...

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Mary Jo Putney

A book by Mary Jo Putney

Mary Jo Putney was born in New York with a tireless passion for reading - a disease for which there is no cure. After earning degrees in English literature and industrial design from Syracuse University, she worked as a designer in California and England until she finally settled in Baltimore, Maryland, where she still lives. It was her dream to become a writer, and it never occurred to her that writing was an achievable goal until she bought a computer for other purposes. Along with the knowledge that the computer is the perfect tool for writing, she enthusiastically set to work on her first book. Fortune turned to face her, her first book was quickly sold out, and her life changed irrevocably. She quit the design business to devote all of her time to writing. Since 1987, Miss Putney has published 24 books and continues to write. Her stories are remarkable for the psychological depth and relevance of the topics she touches on: alcoholism, death and domestic abuse. It has bee...

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Mary Jo Putney was born in New York with a tireless passion for reading - a disease for which there is no cure. After earning degrees in English literature and industrial design from Syracuse University, she worked as a designer in California and England until she finally settled in Baltimore, Maryland, where she still lives. It was her dream to become a writer, and it never occurred to her that writing was an achievable goal until she bought a computer for other purposes. Along with the knowledge that the computer is the perfect tool for writing, she enthusiastically set to work on her first book. Fortune turned to face her, her first book was quickly sold out, and her life changed irrevocably. She quit the design business to devote all of her time to writing. Since 1987, Miss Putney has published 24 books and continues to write. Her stories are remarkable for the psychological depth and relevance of the topics she touches on: alcoholism, death and domestic abuse. It has been featured on all national bestseller lists, including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Publishers Weekly. Three of her books were named among the best five of the year. She has also received numerous awards, including Rita for Dancing in the Wind and Hanging, two Romantiс Times Career Achievement Awards. Her first contemporary novel, The Burning Point, was released in May 2000. Ms. Putney says that one of the notable comforts of the writing profession is that she never has to wear pantyhose. .com /