Love in the Looking Glass

Love in the Looking Glass

by Lucinda Race

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Ellie wants to make a splash in Loudon when she opens The Looking Glass, but she hasn't bargained for being hit by a crime wave. When an intruder breaks into her gallery, Ellie is knocked on the head and locked in a closet, and the most valuable painting, on loan, is slashed from corner to corner. The person who rescues Ellie is a man about whom she knows almost nothing. Padraig Stone just introduced himself that afternoon, wanting to sign with the gallery. He's undoubtedly talented, but also evasive.

While the police investigate, Pad is looking into the matter also, even though he hasn't been cleared of suspicion himself. For Ellie, who has been determined to protect her heart from pain ever since her father's death when she was little, it's a difficult dilemma. The handsome photographer is undoubtedly attractive, but dare she trust him when he's clearly hiding something?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940157345228
Publisher: Lucinda Race
Publication date: 05/19/2017
Series: The Loudon Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 300
File size: 816 KB

About the Author

Lucinda Race is a life long fan of romantic fiction. As a young girl, she spent hours reading novels and dreaming of, one day, becoming a writer. As life twists and turns, she found herself writing nonfiction but longed to turn to her true passion, romantic fiction. After developing the story line for The Loudon Series, it was time to start living her dream. Fingers flying over computer keys, two novellas and four novels have been published in the series.

Lucinda lives, with her husband Rick, and their two little dogs, Jasper and Griffin, in the rolling hills of western Massachusetts. When she’s not writing romance novels Lucinda reads everything she can get her hands on. She’s passionate about growing tomatoes and roses. Her writing is contemporary, fresh, and engaging.

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