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*
|Publisher||Mills & Boon|
|Comments||Slight forward lean|
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New: Exactly as it says.
As New: Pretty much new but shows small signs of having been read; inside it will be clean without any inscriptions or stamps; might contain a remainder mark.
Very Good: Might have some creases on the spine; no hard cracks; maybe slight forward lean and short inscription inside; perhaps very minor bumping on the corners of the book; inside clean but the page edges might be slightly yellowed.
Good: A few creases on the spine, perhaps a forward lean, bumping on corners or shelfwear; maybe an inscription inside or some shelfwear or a small tear or two on the dustjacket; inside but page edges might be somewhat yellowed.
Fair: In overall good condition, might have a severe forward lean to the spine, an inscription, bumping to corners; one or two folds on the covers and yellowed pages; in exceptional cases these books might contain some library stamps and stickers or have neat sticky tape which was used to fix a short, closed tear.
Poor: We rarely sell poor condition books, unless the books are in demand and difficult to find in a better condition. Poor condition books are still perfect for a good read, all pages will be intact and none threatening to fall out; most probably a reading copy only.