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by Margaret Way

eBook The Golden Puma download ISBN: 037302357X
Author: Margaret Way
Publisher: Harlequin (January 11, 1980)
Language: English
ePub: 1491 kb
Fb2: 1888 kb
Rating: 4.8
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Used availability for Margaret Way's The Golden Puma. January 1980 : UK Hardback. June 1988 : UK Paperback.

Margaret Way is an Australian writer of romance novels and women's fiction

Margaret Way is an Australian writer of romance novels and women's fiction. A prolific author, Way has written more than 120 novels, many through Mills & Boon, a romance imprint of British publisher Harlequin UK Lt. owned by Harlequin Enterprises. Before her marriage she was a well-known pianist, teacher, vocal coach and accompanist.

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Below you'll find a Margaret Way books list, including published and even unpublished works

Any type of book or journal citing Margaret Way as a writer should. Below you'll find a Margaret Way books list, including published and even unpublished works. Any type of book or journal citing Margaret Way as a writer should appear on this list. The full bibliography of the author Margaret Way below includes book jacket images whenever possible.

Margaret Way. Discovering her late father was a billionaire cattle king makes Casey McGuire one of the famous . Her Outback Protector by Margaret WayAlexandra Kingston looked too young to have inherited the running of Moondai cattle station. Discovering her late father was a billionaire cattle king makes Casey McGuire one of the famous "McIvor heiresses. Overseer Daniel Carson knew she would most likely need all the support he could give her. He combined strength with gentleness a heady mix for a woman who had learnt the hard way how to fight her own battles.

Catherine had to cope all alone Running a sugar plantation was hardly the work for a petite nineteen-year-old; but what choice did Catherine O'Mara have? Her father was wrapped up in his own grief over the loss of his wife and son.

Catherine had to cope all alone... Running a sugar plantation was hardly the work for a petite nineteen-year-old; but what choice did Catherine O'Mara have? Her father was wrapped up in his own grief over the loss of his wife and son. He had lost interest in Catherine and the farm. David Hungerford, Catherine's forceful neighbor, offered help. Catherine soon learned, however, that what she wanted most was not his assistance - but his love.
Comments: (4)
Steelcaster
I believe that Francine Rivers got her inspiration for her novel, "Rebel in His Arms" from this novel. Golden Puma is as sexy a novel as will ever bore a worm into your head. After reading it, you will never, ever, forget it, or the hero, David Hungerford. I gosh darn guarantee it! Read this romance novel at your peril, as it will spoil you for all other romance novels.
Kitaxe
like Margaret way and vivid description of Australia
Arabella V.
Margaret Way has a vivid style that makes her outback romances ones you will remember. Catherine O'Mara struggles to run the sugar plantation after her father takes to drinking. Both are suffering after the death of Catherine's mother and brother in a car accident. Nearby station owner, David Hungerford tries to help her, but she resists his charity and overbearing ways. Secretly, she's had a crush on him for years.

The descriptions of an Australian sugar plantation and their lifestyle fascinate me. The author has a talent for bringing her characters to life and for action and dialogue that move along at a good pace.
Akisame
Rich, arrogant man. Young woman in need of protection. Jealous rivals who try to separate the two. Standard formula but great chemistry.