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  Judy Ann Davis
                  Author and Writer
Writing romance with a touch of mystery!
Finalist in the 2011
International Book Awards
and USA News Best Book Awards
A mystery, western and romance!

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A Collection of 19 Stories
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I've been a writer all my life and have worked for radio,
television, business, and education, but now I focus on
fiction—mystery, suspense, romance, historical,
western, and short story.

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Newest Release!

Four White Roses was a
finalist in the Gerogia
Romance Writer's Maggie
Awards and the Book
Excellence Awards,
founded by Literary
Excellence Incorporated.
Books that receive a Book
Excellence Award have
been recognized for their
high quality design, writing,
and overall market appeal.
The year is 1856. White pine is king of the forest.

The last thing Jonathan Wain wants to do is ride
miles through Pennsylvania’s wilderness to help
his father’s logging partner in the small
settlement of Clearfield. But his family owns
clipper ships in the Chesapeake Bay that carry
the coveted logs to the markets each spring, and
they can’t afford a loss.

The last thing Wilhelmina Wydcliffe wants is a
handsome sea captain from Maryland meddling in
her father’s logging operations under attack by
unknown enemies. A fiesty tomboy and better
known as Willie to her crews, she has a dream to
be the largest logging operator east of the
Mississippi River.
When both Willie’s and Jonathan’s lives are
threatened, they are forced to work together to find
their enemies before both of their companies are in
shambles. But as their attraction to each other
escalates, can they set aside their differences, unearth
the truth, and discover contentment in each other’s