The House on the Shore by Victoria Howard

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2009 London Book Festival Honourable Mention.  Category - Fiction

Heartbroken Anna MacDonald leaves Edinburgh to find peace at the edge of a Scottish loch. Safely ensconced in her late grandmother's cottage, she can finally heal her heart and write the novel that has burned inside her for years.

Her peace is short-lived. When debonair artist Luke Tallantyre's yacht gets stranded in the loch, he seeks help at the nearest residence - Anna's croft. She finds him annoying. He instantly dislikes the stunning but cranky hermit.

But there's indisputable evidence that a hit man is on the prowl in the village. Is he after Anna? And what is Luke keeping from her that could deepen the danger? Against their wills, they join forces and embark on an adventure neither ever imagined...including a chance at true love.

The House on the Shore is written in British English, using standard British spelling and grammar.

About Victoria Howard

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Howard is a nationally recognized authority on elder care. She is the founder of Dana Home Care, a model organization providing in-home care for seniors, and an instructor at Naropa University.
Published January 25, 2013 by L Cooper Press. 328 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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