Wise Folly by Rita Clay. 3. Kiss and Tell by Suzanne Carey. Yesterday's Dreams (Silhouette Desire by Rita Clay. 32. Promise Me Tomorrow by Nora Powers. Outlaw (, Book 3) by Elizabeth Lowell. 624. Granite Man by Elizabeth Lowell. Husband Material (Silhouette Desire, No 984) by Rita Rainville. 984. The Beauty, the Beast and the Baby by Dixie Browning.
Series List: Silhouette Desire - Multiple Authors. The Wedding in White by Diana Palmer. Wise Folly by Rita Clay. Contemporary Romance, CR. SD-0003 SD-3. 0 /. 4. SD-0004 SD-4.
Paperback, Silhouette Desire 186 pages. Published June 1982 by Silhouette Desire (first published 1982). Rita's first attempt of publication was a long historical romance which was promptly rejected. Her next manuscript, a contemporary romance, was like wise rejected. But her third manuscript, Wanderer's Dream, was sold to Silhouette Books. She used her maiden name, Rita Clay for her titles for Silhouette. In 1982, she moved to Dell to write for their Candlelight Ecstasy line and she wrote as Tira Lacy, an anagram of Rita Clay, because Harlequin owned her pen name. In 1985 she resigned from Harlequin and asked to use her fullname, Rita Clay Estrada, on all future books.
Experiment in Love (Silhouette Desire, 45). Rita Clay.
Total Books: 18. Chronological List. 1982 - Wise Folly (Paperback) → Paperback, Hardcover ISBN-13: 9780671462741 ISBN-10: 0671462741 Genre: Romance. 1. 1982 - Wanderer's Dream (Paperback) → Paperback ISBN-13: 9780340279229 ISBN-10: 0340279222. 1982 - Wise Folly (Paperback) → Paperback, Hardcover ISBN-13: 9780671443726 ISBN-10: 0671443720 Genre: Romance.
Executive Seduction (Silhouette Desire). Author:, Date: 05 Dec 2007, Views: Publisher:Silhouette (2006-12-05) ISBN-10: 0373767684 PDF . Mb 192 pages. The Hero Will Win Your Heart. I really enjoyed this book, "Executive Seduction".
When a business tycoon finds out he was deceived into leaving his wife, he must earn her trust again to win her back. On the eve of their divorce, a childless couple learn they're soon to become parents. Bestselling author and Rita finalist Emilie Rose has been writing for Harlequin since her first sale in 2001. A North Carolina native, Emilie has 4 sons and adopted mutt. Writing is her third (and hopefully her last) career. She has managed a medical office and run a home day care, neither of which offers half as much satisfaction as plotting happy endings. She loves cooking, gardening, fishing and camping.