Her Will, His Way

Her Will His Way Antonio has loved Anita for as long as he can remember but the only attention she d give him was in willful response to a dare Now that her marriage has failed she s returned to the valley to run he

  • Title: Her Will, His Way
  • Author: Terri Molina
  • ISBN: 9781600882463
  • Page: 327
  • Format: ebook
  • Antonio has loved Anita for as long as he can remember, but the only attention she d give him was in willful response to a dare Now that her marriage has failed, she s returned to the valley to run her late grandfather s flower shop But, what Anita doesn t know is that Antonio has made a deal with the devil and he used the shop to lure her into than just his bed.

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    About " Terri Molina "

  • Terri Molina

    A mix of Mexican and Honduran, Terri grew up in a small Texas town, whose claim to fame is it s the hometown of Janis Joplin She is the fifth child of six brothers and sisters She began reading and writing at an early age to fill a void, her love of books inherited from her mother At the age of twelve she penned her first book, a short story titled The Day the Earth Exploded After graduating high school she lived the life of a pseudo nomad, living in various parts of the U.S only to return to Texas Because there s no place like family.Terri always knew she wanted to write, but she was determined to learn her craft before she committed words to a page She took several online courses and read stacks of novels as training before writing her first real book She has since published three novels and a novella and her work has been compared to Nora Roberts and Catherine Coulter honor she humbly accepts.She currently resides in southeast Arizona with her husband and love of a lifetime , four children and two very misbehaving dogs.

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  • Every Summer After Her Parents Moved To Chicago, Anita Would Return To Rio Grande Valley To Visit Her Grandparents. Her grandfather Was Overbaring, Oppressive, And He Thought That Women Belonged In The Kitchen Just Like Her Dad And Her Uncles. She Was Raised In Chicago And Did Not Speak Spanish, And Every Chance Antonio Got, He Rubbed Her Face In It By Saying That She Denied Her Heritage. Her Grandfather's Will Left Her The Flower Shop And With Her Interior Decorating Business And Her Marriage A [...]


  • This was a steamy hot short read. The only complaint I had was MORE I WANT MORE! I wish we could have gotten a longer story for Antonio and Anita.



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