Teardrop Lane

Teardrop Lane

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Random House, Inc.
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In Emily March’s new novel set in her beloved Eternity Springs, a woman who has given up on dreams of a family meets a man who needs her to complete his own.


Town physician Rose Anderson hides a well of sadness behind her cheerful and capable professionalism. Heartbreak has only reinforced her belief that marriage and children aren’t in her future. Yet she’s a woman with a pulse—and when sexy, brooding artist Hunt Cicero shows up at her office with his young nephew, the sheer physical attraction he ignites in her is both exciting and unsettling.

Hunt has an artist’s passionate temperament and a bachelor’s lifestyle. So when he becomes guardian to his sister’s children, he’s riddled with conflict—and in way over his head. Without Rose and her warm maternal instincts, he’d be lost. Still, she’s a woman who guards her own heart, and he’s a novice when it comes to commitment. Can the healing magic of Eternity Springs shine on this patchwork family and allow Hunt and Rose to trust that love is the fabric holding them together?

Praise for the Eternity Springs series

“With passion, romance, and revealing moments that will touch your heart, [March] takes readers on an unhurried journey where past mistakes are redeemed and a more beautiful future is forged—one miracle at a time.”USA Today

Baker & Taylor
Moving his family to Eternity Springs to start a new life, temperamental glass artist Hunt Cicero, who is caring for his late sister's three children, discovers that the best medicine is love when he falls for the town's physician, Rose Anderson, who is unable to have children of her own. By the best-selling author of Dreamweaver Trail. Original. 150,000 first printing.

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& Taylor

Temperamental glass artist Hunt Cicero, who is caring for his late sister's three children, moves to Eternity Springs to start a new life and falls for the town's doctor, Rose Anderson, who is unable to have children of her own.

Publisher: New York : Ballantine Books, 2015
ISBN: 9780345542328
Branch Call Number: PB FIC MAR
Characteristics: 307 p. ;,18 cm.

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