The Calhouns: Suzanna and Megan

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A top the rocky coast of Maine sits the Towers, a magnificent family mansion-home to a legend of long lost-love, hidden treasures and four sisters determined to save their home against all odds. SUZANNA'S SURRENDER Ex-cop Holt Bradford just wanted to relax but he couldn't say no to Suzanna Calhoun's plea for help, and she wouldn't risk her well-ordered life for a man who made her mouth go dry... MEGAN'S MATE Calhoun sister-in-law Megan O'Riley and her young son traveled far to become the Towers' newest residents, never expecting that Captain Nate Fury would find a home in her heart. 

A top the rocky coast of Maine sits the Towers, a magnificent family mansion-home to a legend of long lost-love, hidden treasures and four sisters determined to save their home against all odds. SUZANNA'S SURRENDER Ex-cop Holt Bradford just wanted to relax but he couldn't say no to Suzanna Calhoun's plea for help, and she wouldn't risk her well-ordered life for a man who made her mouth go dry... MEGAN'S MATE Calhoun sister-in-law Megan O'Riley and her young son traveled far to become the Towers' newest residents, never expecting that Captain Nate Fury would find a home in her heart. 

*Slight forward lean*

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AuthorNora Roberts
PublisherMills & Boon
PlaceLondon
Year2011
ISBN9780263890167
BindingPaperback
ConditionGood
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