Charlotte Moore [NOOK Book]

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Charlotte's taken the Girlfriends' challenge: Find your first love. What's he doing? How's he doing? On a business trip to Prince Edward Island—searching for antiques and folk art—Charlotte doesn't have to look very hard to find Liam Connery. But he's not what she expected. Not at all….

Instead of the pilot he wanted to be, he trains and raises dogs. He's a man living a secluded existence in a rambling country house. A man with secrets.

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Charlotte Moore

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Overview


Charlotte's taken the Girlfriends' challenge: Find your first love. What's he doing? How's he doing? On a business trip to Prince Edward Island—searching for antiques and folk art—Charlotte doesn't have to look very hard to find Liam Connery. But he's not what she expected. Not at all….

Instead of the pilot he wanted to be, he trains and raises dogs. He's a man living a secluded existence in a rambling country house. A man with secrets.

And yet—like Jane Eyre, with Liam playing the Mr. Rochester role—Charlotte's powerfully drawn to him. Falling in love, dreaming of marriage and babies and the promise of forever. A promise Liam may not be able to make…or to keep.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459243491
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 5/15/2012
  • Series: Girlfriends Series , #1026
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 288
  • Sales rank: 719,587
  • File size: 329 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2012

    Windstar

    Yeah its kind of a long story. U c, half of my clans died becaaues im locked of of everytging. Can you plz advertize my clan in everyissur of your nees papet? I would give you a joke as many times as i can at pie flavor res 6 if you agree

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Enjoyable modern day Gothic romance

    At last April¿s Jasper Park Lodge reunion, a challenge surfaced to learn what happened to your first crush. More like Lydia Lane than Zoey Phillips, CHARLOTTE MORE finds the idea intriguing. She remembers being in a Toronto fifth grade class pining with love for high school student Liam Connery, who did not know she existed. <P>On a business trip to Prince Edwards Island, Charlotte sees Liam. However, he is nothing like her dreams and memories portray him, as he acts very dark, remote, and misanthropic except with his dogs. Charlotte finds herself still attracted to her first love even if he acts distant towards her. As she begins to break down his barriers and fall in adult love, Liam cannot commit to the forever that Charlotte needs from him. <P> Judith Bowen¿s second ¿Girlfriends¿ novel feels more like a modern day gothic romance as opposed to the contemporary tale of its predecessor (see Zoey Phillips). The lead couple is an interesting pair struggling with deep feelings Liam does not want. Prince Edwards Island makes for a unique Canadian locale. After reading CHARLOTTE MOORE, fans will anxiously await next month¿s LYDIA LANE tale. <P>Harriet Klausner

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