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A SOFT PLACE TO FALL
by Barbara Bretton

Genre: Contemporary Romance, General Contemporary Romance

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Starting over in a small town is not always easy. When Annie Galloways husband passes away, she doesnt just lose a husband, she inherits his enormous gambling debt. Selling the house is the only way to pay her bills. Wealthy businessman Warren Bancroft knows that Annie wont take charity, but he does arrange for her to purchase a small beachfront cottage.

When investment counselor Sam Butler requests a place to hide away, Warren tells him Shelter Rock Cove, Maine is a great place to lay low.

Warrens matchmaking infuriates Claudia Galloway, Annies former mother-in-law, who is having difficulty watching Annie move on. Can Annie and Sam walk lifes path together or be forced to take separate trails?

No one does family drama and deep emotional connections quite like Barbara Bretton. She is one in a million. (Nov., 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Berkley

Published: November 2001

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