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By not reading Mary Sullivan's first five Ordinary, Mont., books, I missed out on a lot of extraordinary! [In No Ordinary Sheriff, she] has written an exciting, first-rate tale that will have you holding your breath one moment and reaching for a tissue the next.  USA Today  

Dear Readers,

Welcome to my website. I am fortunate to be able to do what I love, which is to write romance novels, in particular Harlequin Superromance. I love to hear from readers.


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This is the 'real' me eight years later, LOL. 


MY BIG NEWS Ann Lethbridge, Kate Bridges, Margaret Moore and I have started a bi-monthly reading series in Toronto called NIGHT OUT WITH AUTHORS. Our next event is on April 28th and will feature Lisa de Nikolits, Lynda Simmons, and Melodie Campbell. We have a very exciting feature, our Open Mic for Writers. Check out all of the details here: 


Please visit the Superromance authors blog for a chance to win free Superromance novels: 


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GOOD NEWSHarlequin is re-releasing my very first Superromance, NO ORDINARY COWBOY, with a very sweet new cover, available in March! I'm thrilled! I loved writing this story about a rancher who brings inner-city cancer survivors—all children—to his ranch, THE SHELTERING ARMS, to heal. Hank Shelter is one of my favourite characters. I loved writing him. NO ORDINARY COWBOY was a finalist in RWA's Golden Heart contest. It also won a Reader's Crown award and an RT Book Reviews Reviewers' Choice award. It's part of Harlequin's Western Romance Collection. 

My next Superromance, ALWAYS EMILY, will be in bookstores in May, 2014


This time, it has to be forever.

Emily Jordan has been in and out of Salem Pearce's life for years. As an archaeologist, her work often took her far away—even when he asked her to stay. She called it bad timing. He called it running away. Now she's back and asking for one last chance.

But Salem is a single father with more than himself to think about. If he gives Emily another shot and she takes off again, it'll hurt his daughters, too. He can't take that risk. But deep down, he needs Emily. He always has. Maybe this time, she'll stay...