About Mary

MaryCrawfordMary Crawford has been lucky enough to live her own version of a romance novel. She married the guy who kissed her at summer camp. He told her on the night they met that he was going to marry her and be the father of their children. Eventually she stopped giggling when he said it. They just celebrated their 27th wedding anniversary, and  have two children. The oldest is in medical school, where he recently found and married the love of his life, and the youngest will soon venture into middle school.

Ms. Crawford writes full time now. She recently published her tenth book and has several more underway. She volunteers her time to a variety of causes and has worked as a Civil Rights Attorney and diversity advocate. Ms. Crawford spent several years working for various social service agencies before becoming an attorney. In her spare time, she loved to cook, decorate cakes and of course, obsessively, compulsively read.

About Love Claimed

LoveClaimedDonda has seen more than her fair share of tragedy. Between the assaults she suffered as a child, her eating disorder, and addictions she feels like she’s the last person who should get a second chance.

Jaxon has spent years trying to move past his own inner demons. His ex-wife was a junkie who let their young daughter die rather than miss a score. Though he has committed his career to saving lives, he can’t shake the feeling he should have done more back then. When the single mother and doctor finally meet, it seems like fate. A car accident turns a shared glance into a chance at happiness neither one expected or believes they deserve.

Becoming a teenaged matchmaker extraordinaire, Donda’s son, Gabriel, is convinced the two are perfect for each other, but they aren’t so sure.

Can the pair get past their troubled histories, self-doubt, and bad experiences to find love at last?

Jaxson tilts my chin up so that I’m looking at him and says, “Donda, any scars you have are beautiful to me. They are part of who you are. If Kevin Buckhold put scars on you, whether they are visible to most people or not, you should wear them as badges of honor because they made you an incredible human being.”

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Love Claimed Blog tour Blogs

Visit the other blogs on this tour to find out more. There is an author interview, new teasers, and several book reviews.