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3 Titles from The Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada

Jockeys and Jewels (M)
by Bev Pettersen
3 Titles from The Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada “Racehorse trainer, Kurt MacKinnon, resents being yanked into undercover police work. But when his ex-partner is murdered, Kurt is determined to find the killer and moves his third-string Thoroughbreds to the backwater track where his partner was last seen alive. Julie West, a struggling and dedicated jockey, pins her dreams of an elusive win on the new trainer in town, never suspecting she’s a person of interest–and not because of her riding skills. Kurt didn’t expect his contrary colt to flourish under Julie’s feminine touch nor for his own rusty heart to soften. However, his deceit sucks them both into the cross hairs of a killer, and suddenly much more than their love is in danger.”–Back cover.
How a Cowboy Stole Her Heart (M)
by Donna Alward
“Clay Gregory’s known Megan Briggs her whole life, and he’s been plenty 3 Titles from The Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada worried about her while she’s been getting medical treatment. Now she’s back home and hiding away on the family ranch. Knowing the stubborn cowgirl won’t accept his help willingly, he invites her to a family wedding to help him avoid his aunt’s matchmaking! He plans to remind Meg she’s still the girl who can beat him in a horse race! But as she steps out in her curve-hugging red dress, her skills on a horse are suddenly the furthest thing from his mind….” – Publisher
Shattered (M)
by Jennie Marsland
3 Titles from The Romance Writers of Atlantic Canada “Liam Cochrane no longer belongs. He lost his youth and his brother on the battlefields of Europe. Now he’s home in Halifax, Nova Scotia, trying to dull his pain with liquor and the occasional willing woman. He’s become a stranger in the North End neighbourhood where he grew up. Alice O’Neill has never belonged. Able to read notes, but not words, she dreams of teaching music – and of Liam, who has held her heart for years and never known. But Liam has shadowy ties in England that he’s revealed to no one, and in that fall of 1917, Halifax is on a collision course with fate. On December 6, a horrific accident of war will devastate the city’s North End. What will be left for Liam and Alice when their world is shattered?”–Back cover.

Source: http://www.thereader.ca/2012/03/3-titles-from-romance-writers-of.html

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