THE MAID AND THE MILLIONAIRE
The imminent arrival of Dr. Donovan Barrett means that Anna Nowell's out of
a job. Once he takes up residence in his mansion, Donovan won't need a house-sitter. But Anna has a plan: make herself indispensable so he'll keep her on as housekeeper. It turns out that Donovan wants more than that from Anna. Emerging from the shadow of his son's death 18 months ago, he needs help with his social skills. Neither one of them expects --
or wants -- to fall in love. Myrna Mackenzie's The Maid and the Millionaire (4) is a sweet story with unexpected depth and darkness. Wounded, moody Donovan is very memorable.