A Cottage Affair by Sobel Sharon
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Small New England towns may bury their dead, but never the past.

With an art scandal threatening her future as a curator, Arden Alexander seeks refuge in the small colonial cottage owned by the women of her family for generations. But her handsome neighbor won't let her hide for long.

For years, Alex Wingate has hoped to incorporate the cottage into his plans for an artists' retreat, and Arden's arrival is his golden opportunity. But when they discover some undocumented history about their families and are drawn into a partnership, Alex's interest in Arden soon extends to much more than her property.

Before long, someone else finds the contents of the cabin too tempting to resist, and Arden and Alex realize they are fighting for their future as well as their history. As they uncover the past, can they also find the truth about themselves and their growing love?

About Sobel Sharon

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A writer for most of her life, Sharon Sobel is the author of several novels, short stories and works of fiction. Earning a PhD in English Language and Literature from Brandeis University, she is currently a professor of English at Norwalk Community College in Connecticut. Traveling for business and pleasure with her husband and three children, she has researched throughout the world for her writing. Though a native New Yorker, she lives with her family in an eighteenth century Connecticut farmhouse, surrounded by stone walls, old plantings and overgrown meadows. Her computer, surrounded by antiques, is rarely off. Family Protrait was one of Sharon's first romance novels. The Lady Violet Stratfield seemed comfortably, joyfully, middle-aged to Sharon when she wrote the book -- now somehow, the lady has become marvelously youthful and very wise.
Published March 28, 2012 by The Wild Rose Press. 308 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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