Mills And Boon- Christmas In The Billionaore’s Bed
by Janice Maynard
Whatever possessed Emma Braithwaite to move to Silver Glen? She had no illusions that being in Aidan Kavanagh’s hometown would reignite the love they’d shared in England years ago. But now that Aidan’s returned for his brother’s Christmas wedding, it’s clear Emma’s explosive attraction to the billionaire has lost none of its power. She is the cool English beauty whose betrayal once shattered his heart. So Aidan’s not looking for reconciliation all he wants is Emma in his bed! Needless to say, Emma has other ideas: she’s not settling for anything less than commitment this time
About The Author
Janice Maynard came to the writing life early! When her third grade short story, The Princess and the Robbers, won a red ribbon in a school arts fair, Janice was hooked. She followed up that early success with a more commercial piece in the sixth grade Why My Mom Loves To Drink Coke. No advance for that one, but she won a six-pack of Coke remember those great little bottles.
In junior high Janice began circulating her work to a wider audience. A dozen or so notebook pages stapled together made the rounds in some particularly boring classes, with the riveting tales carefully hidden behind textbooks.
High school meant the big time editor of the school newspaper, the Maroon and White. Janice used her insightful editorials to delve into such meaty subjects as locker room odor and why we need two-ply tissue in the student bathrooms.
College brought lots of writing, but very little of it creative four years later, Janice stepped into the adult world as a fully certified elementary teacher.
Despite motherhood, full-time employment, and keeping up with an always into something husband, Janice never lost her love of writing or the desire to be published. In 1996 she realized her long-time dream when Kensington Publishing bought her first book, Sweetheart. That exciting moment was followed by the sales of two more books in the Precious Gem line.
In the fall of 2002, Janice left the classroom to pursue writing full-time.