Een onbezorgde toekomst, Gina Wilkins

Wirtzfeld_20090307_3231Bij toeval leert Brynn Larkin de familie D’Alessandro kennen – een grote, gezellige familie waar ze zich onmiddelijk bij thuisvoelt. De enige bij wie ze zich niet op haar gemak voelt, is dokter Joe D’Alessandro. Niet omdat hij niet aardig zou zijn – integendeel! – maar omdat ze haar ogen niet van de knappe chirurg kan afhouden. Wanneer blijkt dat de aantrekkingskracht wederzijds is en hij haar ten huwelijk vraagt, raakt ze helemààl in paniek. Het laatste wat ze wil is dat hij erachter komt waarom ze nooit wil trouwen en geen kinderen wil krijgen. Maar hoe kan ze haar geheim bewaren als hij zo aandringt?

HARLEQUIN serie BACCARA 454 – Holland-Amsterdam – ISBN 90 347 2994 X – 190 paginas

Oorspronkelijke titel: Her Very Own Family
Vertaling: Saskia Tijsma
Baccara 1ste druk november 2000

Gina Ferris Wilkins (born December 20 as Gina Vaughan) is a best-selling American author of over 85 romance novels. She writes novels as Gina Ferris, Gina Wilkins and Gina Ferris Wilkins.
Gina Ferris Wilkins was born December 20 and was raised in central Arkansas.
In 1987 she sold her first book to Harlequin and embarked on a career as a full-time writer. Since then, she has written more than eighty-five novels for various Harlequin and Silhouette category romance lines. Her early Silhouette novels were written under the pseudonyms, Gina Ferris and Gina Ferris Wilkins, which she later dropped in favor of Wilkins. Her books have been translated in twenty languages and appear in more than one hundred countries.[1]
Wilkins was awarded a Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award in 2003 for Best Silhouette Special Edition, Make-Believe Mistletoe and has been nominated for both a Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Harlequin Temptation (1998 for Tempting Tara) and a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award.[2] The Georgia Romance Writers have awarded her the Maggie Award for Excellence four times, and Wilkins has seen her books appear on the Waldenbooks, B. Dalton, and USAToday Bestseller lists.[1]
In 1999, Wilkins was forced to sue BET Publishing for plagiarism. A librarian who was a fan of Wilkins noticed that a new book she was reading, When Love Calls[3] by Gail McFarland,[4] appeared to very closely match a Harlequin Temptation, Hotline published in 1991 by Wilkins. After purchasing and examining the other book, Wilkins claims that over 100 pages were taken in whole or part from her work. In an out-of-court settlement reached in 2000, BET agreed to withdraw all copies of their book from booksellers and to cease any future publication of the book. Neither the publisher nor the infringing author offered an apology or admission of guilt.[3]
Wilkins is a member of Novelists, Inc. and the Romance Writers of America, and often speaks at schools to emphasize literacy, goal-setting, and motivation.[1]
Wilkins is married and has three children.[1]

Gina Wilkins
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Gina Ferris Wilkins (born December 20 as Gina Vaughan) is a best-selling American author of over 85 romance novels. She writes novels as Gina Ferris, Gina Wilkins and Gina Ferris Wilkins.

Gina Ferris Wilkins was born December 20 and was raised in central Arkansas.

In 1987 she sold her first book to Harlequin and embarked on a career as a full-time writer. Since then, she has written more than eighty-five novels for various Harlequin and Silhouette category romance lines. Her early Silhouette novels were written under the pseudonyms, Gina Ferris and Gina Ferris Wilkins, which she later dropped in favor of Wilkins. Her books have been translated in twenty languages and appear in more than one hundred countries.[1]

Wilkins was awarded a Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award in 2003 for Best Silhouette Special Edition, Make-Believe Mistletoe and has been nominated for both a Romantic Times Reviewer’s Choice Award for Best Harlequin Temptation (1998 for Tempting Tara) and a Romantic Times Career Achievement Award.[2] The Georgia Romance Writers have awarded her the Maggie Award for Excellence four times, and Wilkins has seen her books appear on the Waldenbooks, B. Dalton, and USAToday Bestseller lists.[1]

In 1999, Wilkins was forced to sue BET Publishing for plagiarism. A librarian who was a fan of Wilkins noticed that a new book she was reading, When Love Calls[3] by Gail McFarland,[4] appeared to very closely match a Harlequin Temptation, Hotline published in 1991 by Wilkins. After purchasing and examining the other book, Wilkins claims that over 100 pages were taken in whole or part from her work. In an out-of-court settlement reached in 2000, BET agreed to withdraw all copies of their book from booksellers and to cease any future publication of the book. Neither the publisher nor the infringing author offered an apology or admission of guilt.[3]

Wilkins is a member of Novelists, Inc. and the Romance Writers of America, and often speaks at schools to emphasize literacy, goal-setting, and motivation.

Wilkins is married and has three children.

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