Researcher Lucy Clough temporarily moves into a friend's studio to work on an important legacy project. Time is short and Lucy can't afford distractions. Until she meets the sad, sweet and sexy single dad in Studio 7D.How do you pay debts to the dead?Meet new neighbours JP and Lucy. They're both deeply committed to keeping promises to the loved ones they've lost, even though the hard work and isolation make them feel more dead than alive.Jean Phillipe Roche is a graphic and web designer, and widower with two small children, who devotes himself to being the best father at the expense of self-care, self-respect and definitely to the exclusion of new love, even the captivating new girl next door.Perfectionist Lucy Clough is a psychology researcher who wants only to publish her adored late grandfather's memoirs in order to preserve his legacy, and perhaps to assuage her guilt. He's the only man who's ever been good enough for her, or saw her as a star. Time is short and Lucy can't afford distractions. Until she meets the sad, sweet and sexy single dad in Studio 7D.But is sacrificing your own life to appease guilt the best way to honour their memory?
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M A Clarke Scott is a Chatelaine Grand Prize winner for The Art of Enchantment, first in the Life is a Journey series of romantic women’s fiction about young women abroad who discover themselves and fall in love while getting embroiled in other people’s problems. Reconcilable Differences is first in the Having It All series about professional women in Vancouver struggling to balance the challenge and fulfillment of career with the search for identity, love, family and home. She also loves to weave dramatic relationships into steampunk and cyberpunk adventures.
She’s been a telephone operator, a dental hygienist, an architect, a gerontologist and an education savings advisor, and is now affectionately known as ‘Doc Maven.’ When not writing, she meditates while hiking wooded mountain trails, does yoga and Pilates to fend off decrepitude, reads eclectically, contemplates wormholes, experiments with painting abstract expressionism, kills plants and tries not to burn dinner. Clarke Scott lives in beautiful Vancouver, Canada with three large men and four small mammals, all of them hairier than she. Although she knows she lives in Paradise, she still loves traveling the world in search of romance, art, good food and new story ideas.
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