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Reader's Digest Select Editions 2003 v01 #265 (2003)

by Reader's Digest

Other authors: Fannie Flagg (Contributor), Iris Johansen (Contributor), Nora Roberts (Contributor), Julia Spencer-Fleming (Contributor)

Series: Reader's Digest Select Editions (265)

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Domestic fiction. Love stories. The first ten years of Seth Quinn's life had been a prison of fear, abuse and neglect. It made him stronger than most ten-year-old boys - and a great deal more wary. Ray Quinn rescued him from all that - and, after their father's death, Philip, Ethan and Cam Quinn had continued his good work, raising Seth as their own brother. Now an adult and successful artist, Seth is happy to return home to Chesapeake Bay, to the only real family he has ever known. There he meets newcomer to the town Drusilla Whitcomb Banks, but while an attraction sparks, Seth realises that she is way out of his league: she has money, class and an impeccable background. Added to which, her own history has taught her not to give her heart lightly. Despite these odds, Seth cannot ignore his feelings. And if he is ever to win a place in Dru's affections, he must finally face up to his own tragic past and the mother who sold him.… (more)

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