Captured In Ink by Donna McDonald
(Contemporary Romance, Humor, Family and Relationships) (Art of Love Series)

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Don’t believe in love at first sight? This Larson romance will change your mind.
Dumped by her fiancee in the middle of a tragic family crisis, Reesa Callahan readily admits she is jaded about love. No matter how sexy and nice, unless the man in her life is a home contractor, a plumber, or a potential employer, he can serve only one useful purpose to her. And even then, one night is all she can offer. She told Shane Larson that the night they met. Why can’t the stubborn man accept her limited reality and just leave her alone?

Graphic novelist Shane Larson’s focus is on his next book release. When that is finished, he plans to complete his doctorate. Just like he told his nagging father and gloating brother, he had definitely not been looking for a serious relationship when a one-night stand ended up being the woman of his dreams. Weeks later he’s almost given up hope when helping a friend accidentally leads him to the mysterious “Anne's" front door. Rather than it being the end of his search, he finds not only the woman he wants but a whole family. Being in love with the right woman is just as wonderful as his father predicted, but does he have what it takes to love them all?

About Donna McDonald

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Donna McDonald is a writer and arts administrator who lives in London but works throughout Britain. She is the author of "Illustrated News: The Canadian Pictures of Juliana Horatia Ewing" (Dundurn 1985) and "The Odyssey of the Philip Jones Brass Ensemble" (Editions Bim, 1986). She is married to a fellow Canadian, writer Robert McDonald.
Published December 21, 2013 by Donna McDonald. 304 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships. Fiction

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