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NIGHTINGALE WAY
by Emily March

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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This fifth story set in Eternity Springs, Colo., is a poignant and enchanting return to a town where love is found and hearts are mended. The hero and heroine are both in desperate need of the magic found there. An old mystery is solved, and March provides a charming refresher course on previous characters.

When fallout from Catherine Blackburn’s newspaper story threatens her life, her ex-husband, Jack Davenport, kidnaps her and takes her to his home near Eternity Springs to keep her safe. She’s not happy to find he is still working for her mother, a CIA operative. Cat soon makes friends in town and, as close quarters arouse feelings that both she and Jack thought were no more, she moves into Eternity Springs. The suicide of a friend has Jack taking a serious look at his life’s work. Can he repair what destroyed his marriage the first time — his job and the loss of their baby — and have a second chance for a future with Cat? (BALLANTINE, Sep., 336 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Susan Mobley

Publisher: BALLANTINE

Published: September 2012

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