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Something to Talk About

by Laurie Paige

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Just a Little R & R - All wounded detective Jess Fargo wanted from reclusive widow Kate Mulholland was a place to rest, recover...and try desperately to connect with his estranged son. The last thing he wanted was any kind of involvement and he had a feeling his lovely landlady felt the same... And she did. Because long ago, Kate realized that motherhood was never going to happen to her, and getting involved with the devastatingly attrative, if prickly, detective--not to mention his needy little boy--was not wise. But then she was forced to trust this strange but compelling man with her life. Could her heart be far behind? The Windraven Legacy: When the wind blows down the mountain and the raven caws before dawn, strange things happen....
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