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Lucky Penny

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Lucky Penny

By Catherine Anderson

Signet Book, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780451236036, 432pp.

Publication Date: January 31, 2012

Description
In this stirring novel of the Old West from New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson, a desperate woman's impulsive ruse brings a rough-looking stranger into her life...
To support her orphaned niece, impoverished Brianna O Keefe accepts work with a Colorado rancher. To guard herself from unwanted attention, she resorts to a harmless little lie: that she's married to a Denver gold miner named David Paxton. When her boss forces her to write her husband, hoping he ll take Brianna off his hands, she can only pray that no real David Paxton exists who can expose her.
When Colorado marshal David Paxton gets a letter from a stranger claiming to be his wife, and pleading with him to come for her and his daughter, he dutifully sets out to find this woman and the child he may have sired. What stuns Brianna is that David is convinced the young girl could, in fact, be his. As David and Brianna's wary attraction blossoms into a deeper desire, David warms to the idea of a ready-made family. But can his dream survive Brianna's lingering distrust...and his own heart-held secrets?


About the Author
Catherine Andersonis the author of more than thirtyNew York Timesbestselling and award-winning historical and contemporary romances including the Harrigan Family series, the Coulter Family series, the Comanche series, and the Mystic Creek series. She lives in the pristine woodlands of Central Oregon."


Praise For Lucky Penny

Praise for Catherine Anderson

“Heartwarming, gently sensual...satisfying.”—Library Journal

“Pure reading magic.”—Booklist

“A major voice in the romance genre.”—Publishers Weekly

“Catherine Anderson has a gift for imbuing her characters with dignity, compassion, courage, and strength that inspire readers.”—Romantic Times