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Mason, Connie

MASON, Connie

MASON, Connie. American, b. 1930. Genres: Romance/Historical. Career: Writer, 1983-. Publications: HISTORICAL ROMANCE NOVELS: Tender Fury, 1984; Caress and Conquer, 1985; For Honor's Sake, 1985; Promised Splendor, 1986; My Lady Vixen, 1986; Desert Ecstasy, 1987; Wild Is My Heart, 1987; Bold Land, Bold Love, 1988; Tempt the Devil, 1988; Beyond the Horizon, 1989; Love Me with Fury, 1989; Wild Love, Wild Land (NYC), 1989; Promise Me Forever, 1990; Brave Land, Brave Love, 1990; Surrender to the Fury, 1990; The Greatest Gift of All, 1990; Ice and Rapture, 1991; A Promise of Thunder, 1991; Lord of the Night, 1991; Treasures of the Heart, 1992; Christmas Star, 1992; Tears Like Rain, 1993; Wind Rider, 1993; A Child Is Born, 1993; Sierra, 1994; A Christmas Miracle, 1994; The Lion's Bride, 1994; Taken by You, 1996; Pure Temptation, 1996; A Love to Cherish, 1996; Flame, 1997; Shadow Walker, 1997; To Love a Stranger, 1997; Sheik, 1997; Viking!, 1998; To Tame a Renegade, 1998; Pirate, 1998; The Outlaws: Rafe, 1999; The Outlaws: Jess, 1999; A Taste of Sin, 2000; The Outlaws: Sam, 2000; The Black Knight, 2000; A Breath of Scandal, 2001; The Dragon Lord, 2001; A Touch So Wicked, 2002; The Rogue and the Hellion, 2002; Lionheart, 2002; Seduced by a Rogue, 2003; Laird of Stone-haven, 2003; The Last Rogue, 2004. Address: PO Box 3471, Holiday, FL 34690, U.S.A.

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