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East of Eaton
     

East of Eaton

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by Robin Van Auken
 
Single mother Erica Moore worries that her 16-year-old daughter Daisy's summer romance could end in heartache, or worse. Then her own summer begins to sizzle when Clayton Knight shows up at her newly opened bookstore, East of Eaton. Erica finds herself attracted to the dreamy, blue-eyed college instructor despite her own warnings to Daisy about men. After years of

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Single mother Erica Moore worries that her 16-year-old daughter Daisy's summer romance could end in heartache, or worse. Then her own summer begins to sizzle when Clayton Knight shows up at her newly opened bookstore, East of Eaton. Erica finds herself attracted to the dreamy, blue-eyed college instructor despite her own warnings to Daisy about men. After years of loneliness, can Erica open her heart to hope and let herself love again?

Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Anonymous
Absolutely loved this one as much as "Distracted"
Anonymous
Absolutely loved this one as much as "Distracted"
Kathleen Bursaw
SHHHH....OUR LITTLE SECRET. Read the sample first; then buy the trilogy,"Women of Eaton". You get all 3 books for 1 great price! Trust me, you WILL want all 3.
Amazon - Kathleen Bursaw
SHHHH....OUR LITTLE SECRET. Read the sample first; then buy the trilogy,"Women of Eaton". You get all 3 books for 1 great price! Trust me, you WILL want all 3.
Amazon - Rebecca Wheeler
I was first drawn to the third book in this series 'West Wind', which was free. I thoroughly enjoyed it, enough to buy all the other books in the series. East of Eaton was a great read. I am absolutely exhausted, because I was up past 2am reading this story, which is an absolute page turner, and I've been sneaking reads all day in between jobs - its really hard to put down.
Rebecca Wheeler
I was first drawn to the third book in this series 'West Wind', which was free. I thoroughly enjoyed it, enough to buy all the other books in the series. East of Eaton was a great read. I am absolutely exhausted, because I was up past 2am reading this story, which is an absolute page turner, and I've been sneaking reads all day in between jobs - its really hard to put down.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013806382
Publisher:
Robin Van Auken
Publication date:
09/12/2011
Series:
When Love Speaks Contemporary Romance , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
200
Sales rank:
1,185,006
File size:
824 KB

Meet the Author

Robin Van Auken, writing as Madeline Sloane, is an author with more than a dozen published books, including several contemporary romance novels. Robin lives in the highlands of Northcentral Pennsylvania, along a peaceful river, with her husband, Lance Van Auken. She is a full-time writer and part-time college instructor.

She and her husband enjoy traveling to the United Kingdom and Europe, and spend much of their time abroad in ruins, castles, cathedrals and museums. She particularly enjoys crypts with mummies, musty libraries and authentic pubs. In the United States., they bounce along the East Coast, traveling from New England to Florida to visit family and friends.

Robin’s books include elements of her passions: travel, boating, scuba diving, history and archaeology. The characters are generally from idyllic Eaton, a fictitious town in Pennsylvania she has invented, although most of her books also feature exciting and exotic cities the heroines (and their lovers) visit during the course of their romantic journey.

She invites you to travel with the women and men of Eaton as they explore the world, and themselves, in the When Love Speaks contemporary romance series.

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