Lionheart

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Peru Connie Mason, the author of many best-selling books, owns thirty love stories and stories. Her books are full of passions, and adventurous events take place both in the United States and in exotic countries. In 1990, Connie was named Storyteller of the Year by the Romantic Times, and in 1994 she was awarded one of the Literary Achievement Awards. Connie lives in Florida, in Claremont, with her husband Jerry. Before her first book published in 1984, Connie Mason was a housewife and an avid reader, and her dream was to write books herself. In 1995, Connie was invited to appear on the CBS television news show 48 Hours, a program entirely dedicated to the creators and publishers of romance novels. In addition, the magazine "National Inquirer" spoke about Connie Mason on its pages. In addition to writing and traveling, Connie Mason loves to tell - to everyone who is willing to listen - about her three children and nine grandchildren, she also happily shares her memories of the y...

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Peru Connie Mason, the author of many best-selling books, owns thirty love stories and stories. Her books are full of passions, and adventurous events take place both in the United States and in exotic countries. In 1990, Connie was named Storyteller of the Year by the Romantic Times, and in 1994 she was awarded one of the Literary Achievement Awards. Connie lives in Florida, in Claremont, with her husband Jerry. Before her first book published in 1984, Connie Mason was a housewife and an avid reader, and her dream was to write books herself. In 1995, Connie was invited to appear on the CBS television news show 48 Hours, a program entirely dedicated to the creators and publishers of romance novels. In addition, the magazine "National Inquirer" spoke about Connie Mason on its pages. In addition to writing and traveling, Connie Mason loves to tell - to everyone who is willing to listen - about her three children and nine grandchildren, she also happily shares her memories of the years as a military wife, lived abroad - in Europe and in Asia. In her spare time, Connie enjoys reading, dancing, playing bridge and fishing with her husband.