Home in Seattle

Home in Seattle

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Baker & Taylor
The #1 New York Times best-selling author presents two of her classic romances in one volume—"The Playboy and the Widow," in which a wealthy playboy falls for a widow with two children, and "Fallen Angel," in which an oil company executive questions her own future after meeting a self-described drifter. Original.

Love in the Emerald City

The Playboy and the Widow

She's a widow, practical and down-to-earth, living in Seattle with her two kids. He's a wealthy man who's always been attractive to women.

Diana Collins is put off by Cliff Howard's playboy reputationbut finds herself falling for him.More surprising, perhaps, is the fact that her daughters are crazy about him. And most surprising of all, Cliff Howard is changing his views about the kind of woman he could love. Ready-made family and all!

Fallen Angel

Amy Johnson is firmly anchored in Seattle, working as an executive for her father's oil company. Josh Powell is a self-described drifter, a man who's never called any place home. A man who's rejected the world of money and power

When they meet, Amy begins to question her own future. Does she really want to give up her long-standingand long-hiddendesire to be part of a family, to love a man and raise a family with him? Josh, too, questions his life. Maybe it's time to stop running from his pastand to share his future with Amy.

Publisher: Don Mills, Ont. : Harlequin MIRA, c2014
ISBN: 9780778316787
Branch Call Number: PB FIC MAC
Characteristics: 490 p. ;,18 cm.


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LaughingOne Mar 05, 2015

Two more pleasant reads by Macomber. I found the female protagonist in each story to be a bit too accommodating for the situations they were in. I like a bit more realism in my romances.

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