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newThe Vineyards Of Calanetti Volume 2

The Vineyards Of Calanetti Volume 2

by Scarlet Wilson, Teresa Carpenter, Rebecca Winters, Barbara Wallace

Imprint: Box Sets

Release date: 18/06/2018

Pages: 736 Pages

ISBN: 9781489265951

His Lost-And-Found Bride — Scarlet Wilson

Architect Logan Cascini is on edge when the discovery of an ancient fresco brings Lucia Moretti back to Tuscany. He hasn’t seen her since they parted twelve years ago in the most heartbreaking of circumstances…

Facing Logan again unleashes a torrent of emotions that has Lucia’s heart racing. Perhaps it’s time for her to loosen her grip on the pain of the past and allow them both to rediscover the joy they shared together.

The Best Man & The Wedding Planner — Teresa Carpenter

Royal wedding planner Lindsay Reeves’s first encounter with best man Zach Sullivan is when he sits on the wedding dress! But when preparations reach crisis point, Lindsay is forced to call on the infuriating playboy for his help.

But Zach’s good looks, charm and cynicism about marriage become more of a distraction. In the business of happy-ever-afters, jaded Zach might just be Lindsay’s toughest client yet!

His Princess Of Convenience — Rebecca Winters

Christina Rose secretly longs for a fairytale wedding, but her betrothal to Prince Antonio of Halencia was a ruse to prevent a royal scandal — they weren’t supposed to actually get married!

The press can’t get enough of this Cinderella princess, but Christina’s still waiting for the clock to strike midnight on their arrangement. Now their wedding is upon them, dare she hope that Prince Antonio has more to say than just ‘I do’?

Saved By The CEO — Barbara Wallace

After a horribly public divorce, Louisa Harrison has escaped to Tuscany craving peace and quiet. But gorgeous local tycoon Nico Amatucci sends her heart into overdrive…especially when he kisses her! Being in Nico’s arms makes Louisa feel stronger than ever, but is she brave enough to entrust him with her just-healed heart?

About the author

Scarlet Wilson

Scarlet Wilson

Scarlet Wilson wrote her first story at age eight and has never stopped. Her family have fond memories of "Shirley and the Magic Purse" with its army of mice, all having names beginning with the letter M. An avid reader, Scarlet started with every Enid Blyton book, moved on to the Chalet School and many years later found Harlequin Mills & Boon.She's worked in health services for over twenty years, training as a nurse and a health visitor, and now currently works in public health. For her, finding medical romances was a match made in heaven.She joined the RNA New... more

Teresa Carpenter

Teresa Carpenter

Teresa Carpenter believes in the power of unconditional love, and that there's no better place to find it than between the pages of a romance novel. Reading is a passion for Teresa — a passion that led to a calling.She began writing more than twenty years ago, and marks the sale of her first book as one of her happiest memories. Teresa gives back to her craft by volunteering her time to Romance Writers of America on a local and national level.A fifth generation Californian, she lives in San Diego, within miles of her extensive family, and knows with their... more

Rebecca Winters

Rebecca Winters

Rebecca Winters, an American writer and mother of four, lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. When she was 17, she went to boarding school in Lausanne, Switzerland, where she learned to speak French and met girls from all over the world. Upon returning to the U.S., Rebecca developed her love of languages when she earned her B.A. in secondary education, history, French, and Spanish from the University of Utah and did postgraduate work in Arabic.Because of her studies overseas, Rebecca decided to become a teacher and studied French and history at her alma mater in Utah. For the past 15... more

Barbara Wallace

Barbara Wallace

Barbara's love affair with writing began the day her best friend, Kim, shared her "novel," an illustrated tome about her cat. One read and she was hooked. She went home and penned her own.Needless to say, that novel, The Adventures of Ginger the Cat, failed to hit the bestseller's lists. Neither did her second effort, The Tame, Tame East, an all-female version of the Robert Conrad TV series. That didn't matter; a writer had been born. In high school, while other kids played Pac-Man and checked out the Eagles' latest, she was in her room pounding out stories on her... more