She began her writing career in 1982. Patricia Coughlin won the 1999 RITA® in the Short Historical category for her novel Merely Married.
It had been eleven years since Leah Devane and Zach Blackmore had seen each. She began her writing career in 1982. She is also a Romantic Times Magazine "Career Achievement Award" winner. Coughlin, who also wrote under the name Liz Grady, graduated from Providence College.
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Love Child (Silhouette Big Summer Read) Mass Market Paperback – June 1, 1992. by PATRICIA COUGHLIN (Author).
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Patricia Coughlin THE UNINVITED GUEST He was goin' to the chapel, but getting married was the last thing on Connor DeWolfe's mind. BUT NO GENTLEMANOnce a dashing, decorated test pilot, embittered Major Hollis "Griff" Griffin no longer gave a damn about anything-except fulfilling his late aunt's eccentric last request, then leaving all lingering, loving memories behind. But he'd need help, dammit, from one Rose Davenport-surely a fluttery old antiques addict. Yet Rose proved leggy, delectable and mulishly optimistic about restoring castoffs-even unshaven, arrogant, former flyboys like him.
Spaulding High School.
Romance Books Romantic Historical Books. by Patricia Coughlin. ISBN13: 9780373098378.
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Christine Lampard enthused her baby Patricia 'melts hearts' as she praised her daughter for being 'as good as she .
Christine Lampard enthused her baby Patricia 'melts hearts' as she praised her daughter for being 'as good as she can be' while she presented Monday's Lorraine. As she filled in for Lorraine this week, the Loose Women star couldn't resist gushing over her daughter when she caught up with Dan Wootton as they opened the show. The TV presenter, 40, said: 'We went out for lunch and she slept the whole way through it. She giggles a lot, she melts your heart. The baby was fine! She's having good sleeps.