Theasoya Thomson is a woman struggling to hold onto her small business and family against mounting odds. When her small riding stable is attacked by vandals she is grateful for the help of a stranger. When more deadly things begin to happen, Thea searches for a reason. Adam Berrisford and his daughter are searching for a home. His in-laws are suing for the return of their granddaughter. Desperate he offers Thea a marriage proposal to resolve both their problems. Thea is warned to 'look for a stranger nearer to home' when Adam and his daughter move into the farmhouse. Then a neighbour informs her that her troubles can be laid at the door of Adam himself, the stranger she has trusted with her life and that of her business and family.
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About the Author
Margaret Carr lives in North Northumberland with her husband. They have five children and seven grandchildren living in Holland and Italy. Margaret loves writing, reading, animals and children. She is an ardent believer that all romance should have a little humour.