SHE'D NEVER BELIEVED IN LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT... Gayle Norman seemed to avoid commitment at all costs, always finding fault with the men who came into her life. Then she met Brent McCauley and everything changed. The brilliant artist broke through her barriers and they fell in love over night and married within a month's time. It was all so right...so perfect...until she sensed flashes of danger and darkness that she couldn't explain, and she feared that her perfect love was fatally flawed. COULD THERE BE A TRAGIC HISTORY TYING THEM TOGETHER AND TEARING THEM APART... Katrina Seymour wanted to hate Percy Ainsworth from the first moment she saw him. The handsome rebel stood for all her Tory family fought against during this time of Revolutionary upheaval, but he'd seduced her and stolen her heart before she knew it. Theirs was a love surrounded by treachery and betrayal and the only thing certain was that it would cry out throughout time for truth and fulfillment. Every Time I Love You was written in 1988. At the time, it was a different kind of time travel, drawing upon history as well as what was then present day. Today, it is something of a historical piece-returning to that t-so-distant day when t everyone had a cell phone, when cafes and restaurants might still be glazed in a smoky mist, and when social media was just a bud in the minds of a youth about to spring forward and create the true information age. While society may change every decade, people don't. Throughout history we are driven by our need to kw our place in the world-and by the love we bear those around us, parents, children, brothers, sisters, friends-and the one person we hope we find who is the true love of our lives, the one who makes everything else in life right. My personal love for history remains the same. When this book was written, it was one of the few of its kind published, a forbearer, I like to think, for much of the turn fiction took in later years. I like to believe that my people have withstood the passage of time. And I truly hope you'll agree. Here, for the first time in twenty-five years, is Every Time I Love You. Thank you! Heather Graham
New York Times and USA Today best selling author, Heather Graham was born somewhere in Europe and kidnapped by gypsies when she was a small child. She went on to join the Romanian circus as a trapeze artist and lion tamer. When the circus came to South Florida, she stayed, discovering that she preferred to be a shark and gator trainer. Not really. Heather is the child of Scottish and Irish immigrants who met and married in Chicago, and moved to South Florida, where she has spent her life. (She has, at least, been to the Russian circus in Moscow, where she wished she was one of the incredibly talented and coordinated trapeze artists.) She majored in theater arts at the University of South Florida. After a stint of several years in dinner theater, back-up vocals, and bartending, she stayed home after the birth of her third child and began to write. Her first book was with Dell, and since then, she has written over two hundred novels and novellas including category, suspense, historical romance, vampire fiction, time travel, occult, horror, and Christmas family fare. She is pleased to have been published in approximately twenty-five languages, and has had over seventy-five million books in print. She has been honored with awards from Walden Books, B. Dalton, Georgia Romance Writers, Affaire de Coeur, Romantic Times, the Lifetime Achievement Award from RWA and more. Heather has also become the proud recipient of the Silver Bullet from Thriller Writers. Heather has had books selected for the Doubleday Book Club and the Literary Guild, and has been quoted, interviewed, or featured in such publications as The Nation, Redbook, Mystery Book Club, People and USA Today and appeared on many newscasts including Today, Entertainment Tonight and local television. Heather loves travel and anything that has to do with the water, and is a certified scuba diver. Each year she hosts the Vampire Ball and Dinner theater at the RT convention raising money for the Pediatric Aids Society and in 2006 she hosted the first Writers for New Orleans Workshop to benefit the stricken Gulf region. She is also the founder of The Slush Pile Players, presenting something that's almost like entertainment for various conferences and benefits. Married and the mother of five, her greatest love in life remains her family, but she also believes her career has been an incredible gift, and she is grateful every day to be doing something that she loves so very much for a living.