The Luck Of The Irish Michael McCann has a gentle way with women, and Timona Calverson is no exception, despite her ragged clothes. She is lovely--and in dire need of immediate rescue. The brawny policeman makes short work of the ruffians that have her cornered in a back alley of old New York. Though Timona may be no more than a runaway from a house of ill repute, Michael is determined to keep her from harm, if only for one night. . . The Love Of Her Life Timona can't bring herself to tell him who she really is--or that her rich family will pay handsomely for her return. She knows very little about Michael McCann, except that he is good enough to give his last cup of tea to a stranger, and compassionate enough to own the ugliest dog on earth. But the rugged Irishman's unexpected kindness has won her wayward heart--now and forever. . . Kate Rothwell grew up in Washington, D.C. She went to art school in Boston, where she met her husband. Besides writing, Kate has worked as a parts runner in a garage, an artists' model, a bartender, a feature writer, a food prep chef, and editor of a newspaper for children. After a few years in Maryland, she and her husband headed north to Connecticut, where they still live with their three boys and a maniacal dog.
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Published January 1, 2004
by Zebra Books.
History, Romance, Literature & Fiction.