More Than Just One Night by Claire Baxter
(The Selwood Sisters Novellas)

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Cora, the oldest of the Selwood sisters, has been keeping the family business going since her husband died six years ago. She doesn’t need the distraction of secretly seeing a man who is too young for her, nor the gossip that will result if their relationship is discovered.

But what was supposed to be a one-night stand turns into so much more, and uptight, meticulous, conservative Cora finds herself unable to resist Alex, the laidback lawyer. Can he dismantle the barricades she’s built around her heart and help her see that she’s only living half a life?

A sweet contemporary romance and the first novella in the Selwood Sisters series.

About Claire Baxter

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Like many authors, Claire tried several careers before finding the one she really wanted. She's worked as a PA, a translator (French), a public relations consultant and a corporate communications manager. She took a break from corporate communications to complete a degree in journalism and, more importantly, to find out whether she could write a romance novel--a long-held dream. Now she can't stop writing romance, nor does she plan to give up her fabulous lifestyle for anything.While Claire grew up in Warwickshire, England, she now lives in the beautiful city of Adelaide in South Australia with her husband, two sons and two dogs. And when she's not writing, she's either reading or swimming in her backyard pool--another childhood dream--or even reading in the pool. She hasn't tried writing in the pool yet but it could happen. Claire loves to hear from readers. If you'd like to contact her, please visit, or you can write to P.O. Box 371, Plympton SA 5038, Australia.
Published February 24, 2013 by Claire Baxter. 88 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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