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Anne Browning Walker The Booby Trap

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Today we're joined by Anne Browning Walker, a career writer and researcher. After earning her Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science at Duke University and her Master’s Degree in International Affairs at George Washington University, in 2006 she joined the staff of Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts in the Legislative Affairs Office.

As the Governor’s Legislative Aide she was responsible for researching bills , drafting briefs, and working with the state legislature. In 2009 she relocated to Washington, DC where she continues her research and writing for business, academic, political, and non-profit entities.

Anne has written content that ranges from extensive Operational and Personnel Manuals to Business Plans. She recently completed a contract writing assignment for the national non-profit organization, Blessings in a Backpack, which was named People Magazine’s 2012 Charity of the Year.

Now she's turned her attention to contemporary romance with a twist. Her novel, The Booby Trap is already being called a must  read.

The main character, Bambi Benson a brainy, beautiful, Harvard Ph.D  wants to study the women of the Booby Trap for her dissertation, she goes undercover and joins them. All is going well for Bambi until handsome local celebrity Trip Whitley enters the scene. Hoping to shock his high-society family by dating a bimbo, Trip offers to pay Bambi to pretend to be his girlfriend. She accepts his offer and bides her time, waiting for the right moment to reveal her true identity and teach Trip not to judge based on appearances. After a series of dates carefully orchestrated for their publicity value, Bambi's trap is set. But there is one problem: the predator might have fallen in love with her prey.

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