Quotes by Maggie Osborne

"If you can read, you don't ever have to be lonely."
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"All my life I dreamed of having someone think I was beautiful."
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"Nothing in my life would mean anything if you weren't here to share it. There'd be no reason to get up in the morning without you to light the sun with your smile."
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"I think I fell in love with you that amazing night on the kitchen floor. Or maybe it was the evening you stepped up and set my arm." Testing things, he reached for her hand, and, to his joy, she glared, but she let him take it. "Or maybe the night I knew I loved you was when I kissed you under the mistletoe on Christmas Eve. It's hard to say because I look at you now and it seems to me there's never been a time when I didn't love you."
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"A man could shoot a squirrel out of a tree from a distance of sixty feet. But he couldn't vomit into a bucket or pee into a pot only two feet away. It was one of the great mysteries of life."
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Books by Maggie Osborne

  • Silver Lining
  • 6,235 ratings
  • January 4th 2000 by Ivy Books

    (first published 2000)

  • The Best Man
  • 654 ratings
  • April 1st 1998 by Grand Central Publishing
  • Foxfire Bride
  • 637 ratings
  • November 23rd 2004 by Ivy Books

    (first published 2004)

  • I Do, I Do, I Do
  • 629 ratings
  • August 31st 2011 by Ivy Books

    (first published 2000)

  • Prairie Moon
  • 359 ratings
  • October 29th 2002 by Ivy Books

    (first published January 1st 2002)

Maggie Osborne
  • Maggie Osborne

  • Date of birth: June 10, 1941
  • Born: in Los Angeles, California, The United States.

  • Description: akaMargaret St. GeorgeMaggie Osborne is the author of I Do, I Do, I Do and Silver Lining, as well as more than forty contemporary and historical romance novels written as Maggie Osborne and Margaret St. George. She has won numerous awards from Romantic Times, Affaire de Coeur, BookraK, the Colorado Romance Writers, and Coeur du Bois, among others. Osborne won the RITA for long historical from the Romance Writers of America in 1998. Maggie lives in a resort town in the Colorado mountains with her husband, one mule, two horses, one cat, and one dog, all of whom are a lot of aggravation, but she loves them anyway.

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