Trust

☆ Trust ê Rita Clay Estrada - Trust, Trust The Montclair Emeralds and TrustGrowing up in a truck stop didn t mean Katherine O Malley didn t aspire to Stomeday she was going to be top notch secretary And in the meantime she also planned to conv ☆ Trust ê Rita Clay Estrada - Trust, Trust The Montclair Emeralds and TrustGrowing up in a truck stop didn t mean Katherine O Malley didn t aspire to Stomeday she was going to be top notch secretary And in the meantime she also planned to conv

  • Title: Trust
  • Author: Rita Clay Estrada
  • ISBN: 9780373253203
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
Trust

☆ Trust ê Rita Clay Estrada, Trust, Rita Clay Estrada, Trust The Montclair Emeralds and TrustGrowing up in a truck stop didn t mean Katherine O Malley didn t aspire to Stomeday she was going to be top notch secretary And in the meantime she also planned to convince millionaire Clay Reynolds that rough edges and all she was perfect for him But Clay refused to trust his emotions or her so Katherine was forced to take drastic meThe Montclair Emeralds and ☆ Trust ê Rita Clay Estrada - Trust, Trust The Montclair Emeralds and TrustGrowing up in a truck stop didn t mean Katherine O Malley didn t aspire to Stomeday she was going to be top notch secretary And in the meantime she also planned to conv

  • ☆ Trust ê Rita Clay Estrada
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About “Rita Clay Estrada

  • Rita Clay Estrada

    Rita Clay was born on 31 July 1941 in Michigan, U.S.A Her mother was a former Miss Michigan, while her father was a U.S Air Force pilot She spent much of her early years living in Europe.Rita married very young with her high school sweetheart, James Estrada, and she stayed at home to raise their four children In 1977, when she had been married about 20 years, her husband brought her a typewriter and said, You said you always wanted to write Now write She and her mother, Rita Gallagher, accepted the challenge While beginning to write, they learned how to publish books and made great friendships with other writers.Rita s first attempt of publication was a long historical romance which was promptly rejected Her next manuscript, a contemporary romance, was like wise rejected But her third manuscript, Wanderer s Dream, was sold to Silhouette Books She used her maiden name, Rita Clay for her titles for Silhouette In 1982, she moved to Dell to write for their Candlelight Ecstasy line and she wrote as Tira Lacy, an anagram of Rita Clay, because Harlequin owned her pen name In 1985 she resigned from Harlequin and asked to use her fullname, Rita Clay Estrada, on all future books.Rita, her mother, and 35 other authors, decided that an association was needed to defend their published members They founded the Romance Writers of America R.W.A , that years later persuaded Harlequin books to register copyrights for authors works and to allow writers to own their own pseudonyms Previously, the authors were forced to leave their pseudonym behind if they switched publishing houses, making it difficult fortheir fans to follow.R.W.A signature award, the RITA, which is the highest award of excellence given in the genre of romantic fiction, is named after her The R.W.A also awarded Estrada their Lifetime Achievement Award in 2000.



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