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A Kiss, A Dance & A Diamond/Fortune's Family Secrets

A Kiss, A Dance & A Diamond/Fortune's Family Secrets

by Helen Lacey, Karen Rose Smith

Imprint: Cherish

Release date: 19/03/2018

Pages: 456 Pages

ISBN: 9781489259431

A Kiss, A Dance & A Diamond - Helen Lacey

Kieran O’Sullivan never let anything — or anyone — stand in his way. Not even the girl he claimed to love. But fifteen years later, the successful doctor’s back in Cedar River and so is Nicola Radici, still as beautiful as the day he left her behind. The last thing Nicola wants is to forgive and forget. But when Kieran connects with her nephews, their guardian has to let him into their life. And maybe even her heart…

Fortune’s Family Secrets - Karen Rose Smith

Innkeeper Cassie Calloway could easily fall for her newest guest. Out-of-towner Nash Tremont is hunky, handsome and handy, but her own painful past makes her afraid to trust. In this case, caution may be in order. Nash is actually an undercover cop — and a member of the Fortune family. With so many secrets between them, Cassie and Nash will have their work cut out for them. But their complicated love may be worth the fight…

About the author

Helen Lacey

Helen Lacey

Helen Lacey grew up reading Black Beauty, Anne of Green Gables and Little House on The Prairie. These childhood classics inspired her to write her first book when she was seven years old, a story about a girl and her horse. At eleven, she read her first Mills & Boon and immediately knew she wanted to write romances. Her parent’s love of travel meant she saw much of the world in those early years and she feels fortunate to have had a diverse and interesting education over several continents.Continuing to write into her teens and twenties with the dream of... more

Karen Rose Smith

Karen Rose Smith

Karen Rose Smith was born in Pennsylvania. Although she was an only child, she remembers the bonds of an extended family. She and her parents lived with her grandfather and aunt until she was five, when her parents built a house next door. Since her father came from a family of ten and her mother, a family of seven, there were always aunts, uncles, and cousins visiting on weekends. Family is a strong theme in her books and she suspects her childhood memories are the reason.As a teenager, music became as important to Karen Rose as reading. The Beatles were... more