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May 2013 (05-07-13)
ISBN-10: 0451239830
ISBN-13: 978-0451239839

In this passionately written historical romance, New York Times bestselling author of Phantom Waltz, Catherine Anderson portrays a woman who would risk everything to protect her son—including her heart...

1864, Colorado: Born and bred in Boston, Laura Cheney was used to civilized society. She never dreamed she would wind up in the Colorado wilderness with her newborn son—widowed and very much alone.

But her fragile beauty and amber eyes hide a spirit to be reckoned with—and a mother’s fierce protectiveness. When her son is kidnapped, Laura turns to a man feared by many and trusted by few.

Raised by the Cheyenne, Deke Sheridan is considered a renegade to his own kind. But his steely reserve is no match for Laura’s intoxicating beauty. And to win her trust and devotion, Deke will stop at nothing...

Originally published April 1994 by Harper Paperbacks.

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Cheyenne Amber


May 2012 (Reissue)_
ISBN-10: 0451236548
ISBN-13: 978-0451236548

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October 2012
ISBN-10: 045141666X
ISBN-13: 978-0451416667

From New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson comes the emotionally gripping story of a woman who must overcome her painful past before she can accept a good man’s love...

1890, Oregon. Recently widowed Kate Blakely is struggling to make ends meet on her small farm while trying to heal from the scars of her late husband’s cruelty. When her handsome, brawny neighbor, Zachariah McGovern, almost dies while saving her four-year-old daughter from a near fatal accident, Kate is deeply wary of the man she brings into her home to nurse back to health.

Gradually Kate realizes that underneath Zach’s rough exterior is a gentle, loving soul who is fiercely protective of her and her daughter. But as much as Zach longs for Kate’s love, she knows she can’t open her heart without revealing her darkest secret—a shocking truth that, if discovered, could destroy them both.

Originally published January l970 by HarperCollins and August 1993 by HarperTorch.

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Coming Up Roses


November 1998
ISBN-10: 0380799367
ISBN-13: 978-0380799367

"—a virtuoso performance—one of those masterpiece romances—extraordinary." —Kathe Robin, Romantic Times

"Ms. Anderson reaches new heights in Cherish. The magnificently drawn emotions and the arresting characterizations give readers another jewel to treasure more than once." —Rendezvous

She was an innocent in a dangerous world, and he'd risk anything to keep her safe.

Race Spencer's gun-slinging days are far behind him. He is now a rugged, respectable rancher, but it's a solitary life. Then Fate leads Race to an earthbound angel—lost and alone, the sole survivor of an outlaw attack—and even his hardened heart is moved. He sweeps the ivory-skinned beauty into his arms and carries her away from danger.

When innocent Rebecca Morgan wakes up in a stranger's embrace, her life has been changed forever. Race's touch makes her blood sing and stirs up emotions in her she never knew existed. But this man has a fearsome reputation. And though her life may depend on him, can she trust him? Is it love she sees in her rescuer's dark eyes?

This girl put Race in mind of the angels he'd seen painted on church ceilings down in Mexico. A wounded angel. The thought came from out of nowhere. He didn't even believe in angels, and if, by chance, they did exist and one of them tumbled from heaven, he felt pretty dammed sure God wouldn't choose Race Spencer to rescue her.

Originally published November 1998 and reprinted with new cover December 2008.

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April 1997
ISBN-10: 0380791021
ISBN-13: 978-0380791026

"Simply Love is so beautiful a romance that words cannot do Catherine Anderson justice....This is not a story you'll quickly forget or one that will gather dust on your shelf. Pick up Simply Love whenever you need to reaffirm your beliefs or just when you need to feel good." —Romantic Times (4.5 stars)

"A delightful comedy of errors....With this latest, Anderson creates a heartwarming page-turner while establishing herself as a major voice in the romance genre." —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

Simply Wild: The wealthy owner of a Colorado mining empire, Luke Taggart has seen and done it all. Now, bored with saloons, gambling and loose women, he feels a restless yearning—for what, he doesn't know. Until he meets a woman as fresh and pure as a spring morning—and vows to possess any cost.

Simply Innocent: Compassionate, radiant and breathtakingly lovely, Cassandra Zerek has a charming naiveté that seems to blind her to Luke's seductive schemes...and an unwavering belief in the magical ability of love to transform this frog masquerading as a prince into the man of her dreams.

Simply Love: Soon Cassie has aroused not only Luke's desire, but his conscience...most well. But neither gold nor guile will make her his own. Only the most precious gift of all can win her: Luke's deep and abiding love.

Originally published April 1997 and reprinted with new cover February 2005.

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(reissue with new cover from January 1996)
September 2013
ISBN-10: 0380779617
ISBN-13: 978-0380779611

"Only a writer with Catherine Anderson's sensibilities can write a novel where the extraordinary becomes ordinary and the ordinary becomes extraordinary. Annie's Song is a remarkably beautiful love story that will leave an indelible mark on your heart. Here is a keeper if I ever read one." —Romantic Times (4-1/2 stars)

"Tender and earthy, passionate and poignant....Annie's Song will haunt you long after the last page is turned." —Elizabeth Lowell

Only her gift of love can heal . . .

Annie Trimble lives in a solitary world that no one enters or understands. As delicate and beautiful as the tender blossoms of the Oregon spring, she is shunned by a town that doesn’t understand her.

But cruelty cannot destroy the love Annie holds in her heart.

When Alex Montgomery learns of the injustice sweet Annie has suffered, he vows to do whatever it takes to set it right—even if it means marrying her. He never dreams he will fall for her childlike innocence, her womanly charms, and the wondrous way she views her world as Alex becomes captive to Annie’s sweet song of love.

Originally published January 1996.

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Annie's Song

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