A Place to Call Home

By Kathryn Springer
(Steeple Hill, Mass Market Paperback, 9780373875856, 224pp.)

Publication Date: March 2010

Other Editions of This Title: Mass Market Paperback

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Who Is Quinn O'Halloran?

Well, he's not exactly who he tells Abby Porter he is. Sure, he's the carpenter who'll help turn her run-down lodge into a charming inn. But what he can't tell her is that her worried brother hired him to secretly watch over her. After two weeks, he'll finally be able to return to his old life—where he belongs. Yet the closer he gets to sweet Abby, the more he wants to tell her all his secrets. Including his desire to build a life with her on Mirror Lake—forever.




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