#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Courting Susannah

Courting Susannah

New York Times and USA Today Bestseller

Reviewers International Organization Dorothy Parker Award of Excellence Finalist 2000

When Susannah McKittrick leaves Nantucket for the boomtown of Seattle, she is hardly looking to strike it rich; she is headed west to care for a newborn left motherless after Susannah’s cousin died. Although the rigorous trip depletes all of her savings, Susannah is certain she is doing the right thing. She is less sure when she meets the infant’s father, wealthy businessman Aubrey Fairgrieve—who seems embittered toward love and marriage, and indifferent toward the precious baby Susannah is so eager to care for.

Gradually, Susannah discovers that Aubrey’s marriage to her cousin was far from perfect—and she comes to see the brusque but handsome man in a new light. But when Aubrey makes her a most practical offer, it is a far cry from the heartfelt proposal Susannah desires. If he truly wants to win her hand, he will have to learn to trust once more—and sweep her away with the bold passion of a man in love.

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Pocket Books (August 1st, 2010)

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ISBN-13: 9781451611182
ISBN-10: 1451611188

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Kindle |  Kobo |  Nook  | Simon & Schuster

ORDER PRINT

ISBN-13: 9781451611182
ISBN-10: 1451611188

You can purchase this book at these online retailers:
Amazon | Amazon Canada | Barnes & Noble | B-A-M
Book Depository | Chapters | IndieBound
Powell’s | Simon & Schuster

You can also ask about it at your local bookstore.

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