Araminta Shaw is searching for treasure from the past so she's surprised when the hunt for her heirloom leads to a new future.
Or does it?
She's a stained-glass artist who likes open fires and country living, and she's not happy wrestling with a microwave in Steve Lewis's penthouse city flat.
But can she bear to lose him?
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About the Author
The first story Louise Armstrong ever finished and sent off won the 1993 Crystal Heart Award from the Guild of Romance Writers, and she's been writing sweet romantic comedies ever since. 'I like to look on the light side of life,' she says. 'All my stories feature fun and adventure, and of course, they all have a happy ending.'
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The mystery of a missing picture thrown into the mix makes for an interesting backdrop for a thoughtful tale of loss and renewal.