Outbid by the Boss

Business turns personal…

When Chas Porter catches Samantha Redfern bidding on an antique candlestick that rightfully belongs to him, he’s furious! As his senior appraiser, she should be in New York, not flying solo at an estate auction north of London.

But this is no ordinary candlestick; it’s the perfect mate to the only possession of worth Sam’s beloved grandparents took when they fled England. What she doesn’t know is that it’s part of a much larger collection Chas will do almost anything to recover. Even if it means insisting the delectable Miss Redfern accompany him to Porter Hall…

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About The Authors

I love to write! And I love to write for teens. Since I was a kid, bored with school, I’ve been making up stories. Eventually I became a journalist, got married, had kids, adopted dogs and started writing books in earnest. Three followed, plus two more co-authored with Anne Stephenson.

I’ll be publishing a half dozen new books in the next year or two, some fantasy and some realistic which I hope will appeal to teen readers – I’ve had quite a few kids read them and gotten a thumbs up! Check out my website at www.susanbrownwrites.com

And because Anne and I had so much fun writing together, we’ve started a new line of light romances under the pen name of Stephanie Browning. www.stephaniebrowningromance.com

A freelance writer and journalist, Anne Stephenson spent much of her childhood reading about other people’s adventures. Now she makes up her own. When not writing for nine-to-12 year olds, Anne is busy plotting how to commit murder on the page.

And as one-half of Stephanie Browning, the pen name she shares with long-time friend and co-author Susan Brown, Anne also writes contemporary romance.

The common thread is a love of writing, with a happy ending, and a nod to history in every story. (Except for Bitter End, her short story for adults, but there’s hardly any blood!)

Anne has an Honours Bachelor of Journalism degree from Ottawa’s Carleton University. Her career credits also include corporate communications, scriptwriting, and television production. More at: www.annestephensonwriter.com