You Had Me at Goodbye
by Jane Blackwood
Katherine "Kat" Taylor has
ended her engagement to her cheating fiance and agrees to house-sit for her
recently-widowed aunt Lila on Martha's Vineyard to heal her broken heart.
Unknown to Lila, before he died her hubby had told a friend, author Lawrence
Kendall, that he could have the house to write. They agree to an uneasy truce to
share the house for the summer. And thus it begins. Published by Zebra
Contemporary Romances, this is a more character-driven romance than usual and
told from both Kat's and Larry's points of view. A quick, enjoyable read. -- recommended by Charlotte K. - Bennett Martin Public Library
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