His Fifth Avenue Thief by Abbey MacInnis

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"Aaron and Cathlene heat up the pages and melt your heart with their adventure-filled, will-they-or-won't-they reunion. MacInnis grabs you from the first page and keeps you until the last."
Christy Hayes, author of ANGLE OF INCIDENCE AND HEART OF GLASS and other womens' fiction books found on Amazon.
Overview of HIS FIFTH AVENUE THIEF...
Two years prior, Irishman Aaron O'Connel took his life from rags to riches. Chance and wits have kept him alive in 1850'S New York City. But no amount of money or success can bring his love Cathlene back from the dead. When a thief sneaks her way into his mansion, the last woman he expects to find absconding with his belongings is his long lost wife.
Abandoned on New York's shores, a widowed, penniless, and ruined Cathlene O'Connel was left to fend for herself in an unfamiliar world. Fear and circumstance drove her to a life of thieving in order to survive, but her heart risks the biggest danger of all when Aaron hands her a scandalous proposition: A son in exchange for her freedom.
Now that he has her back, Aaron doesn't intend to let Cathlene slip between his fingers. He'll do whatever it takes to regain her trust and love. But when an enemy from Cathlene's past resurfaces, Aaron not only faces battling for Cathlene's heart, but also her life.
Also by Abbey MacInnis, DELIGHTING MISS DAISY, a Contemporary Western.
Holiday Jinx, a contemporary romance.
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Published July 29, 2011 by Abbey MacInnis. 80 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction, Erotica. Fiction

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