Shirley Ann Wilder

About Shirley Ann Wilder

As soon as she learned to hold a pencil, Shirley Ann Wilder started writing stories. As a wife and mother of four, her dream to write novels was put on hold while she devoted herself to the family, but she had regular columns in community newspapers, authored a monthly column "On the Wilder Side" in a special-interest magazine, and published in college literary magazines. When the children grew up, she joined Romance Writers of America and began her career of weaving characters into full-length tales of romance. Too Many Cooks is her first published novel.

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Fly Me
Fly Me
  • Fly Me
  • by Shirley Ann Wilder
  • When a playboy pilot meets a beautiful, by-the-book first officer, he’ll pit his charm against her icy reserve until a surprising love sends them both soaring.
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Too Many Cooks
Too Many Cooks
  • Too Many Cooks
  • by Shirley Ann Wilder
  • Bitter news leads a San Diego widow and widower to true love—and to a scheme to marry off their adult children, a plan that goes deliciously awry.
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