Dorothea Pfister has perfected the role of the dutiful daughter of a wealthy Chicago lawyer. But when she finds herself trapped into accepting the proposal of a man she most definitely does not want to marry, she rebels by hitting the highway. Rick Rahall figures the assignment will be simple. How much detective work can it take to find a woman whose life is an open book? But finding Dorothea becomes a far greater challenge, especially when she becomes someone new and intriguing
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Cat Shaffer, the daughter of a poet and a teacher/librarian, grew up in northwest Ohio, finally saw the light and moved to Kentucky, the land of beautiful horses and far better weather. She lives with a dignified but ultra-sneaky cat, and could not continue to live if coffee disappeared from the planet. Check out her website at www.catshaffer.com.