I Left My Heart
I Left My Heart
Mira Books, Mass Market Paperbound, 9780778313571, 379pp.
Publication Date: August 28, 2012
A Friend or Two
Elizabeth Wainwright, an East Coast heiress in disguise, takes a job waitressing at a Fisherman's Wharf café, eager to live a simpler life. One day Andrew Breedhandsome, mysterious and charismaticwalks in. He says he's a longshoreman, but his words and actions don't quite add up. Is Elizabeth falling in love with someone who's pretending to be something other than he claims? Is Andrew?
Local architect Shayne Reynolds is an art collector, but when it comes to Carrie Lockett he's as interested in the artist as he is in her California landscapes and stunning portraits. The talented and reclusive Carrie, however, rejects his overtures, but she won't tell him whyeven though he knows she returns his feelings.
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