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Kaira Rouda


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Kaira discovered the joy of reading and writing at a young age. In third grade, the assignment was to write a letter to a person who you wanted to be when you grew up. She wrote to Robert McCloskey, author of her favorite books, Make Way for Ducklings and Blueberries for Sal. Unfortunately, Mr. McCloskey wrote back that he was an illustrator, but did wish her good luck.

Genres: Mystery, Romance
 
Series
Indigo Island Romance
1. Weekend with the Tycoon (2014)
2. Lines in the Sand (2014)
     aka Her Forbidden Love
3. The Trouble with Christmas (2014)
4. The Billionaire's Bid (2015)
Indigo Island (omnibus) (2015)
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