Blue Clouds

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Random House Publishing Group, 1998 - Fiction - 375 pages
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Here the beloved author of Garden of Dreams presents another delightfully fresh novel destined to enchant the heart and have readers believing once again in the healing power of love. BLUE CLOUDS bursts with Patricia Rice's trademark wit and romance--along with a devilish hero and a determined woman who dares to unlock his self-imposed prison . . . and throw away the key.
Around the small California town where Pippa Cochran has fled to escape an abusive boyfriend, Seth Wyatt is called the Grim Reaper--and not just because he's a bestselling author of horror novels. He's an imposing presence, battling more inner demons than even an indefatigable woman like Pippa cares to handle. Yet, while in his employ, she can't resist the emotional pull of his damaged son or the chance to hide in the fortress he calls a home.
Then Pippa's amazing gifts begin to alter their world in ways none of them could have imagined. But something soon goes wrong. Dangerous "accidents" occur, threatening to destroy the tremulous new love that Pippa and Seth have dared to discover. . . .

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Downsized out of her job as a hospital administrator and fleeing from an abusive boyfriend, Pippa leaves Kentucky for California and ends up caring for a crippled six-year-old and balancing the ... Read full review

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An insecure, angry man falls in love with a bold, caring woman. Excellent read! Read full review


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Patricia Rice is the million-copy bestselling author of Wayward Angel, Denim and Lace, Paper Moon, and Garden of Dreams.  She has won numerous awards, including the Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement Award. A mother of two children, she lives in North Carolina.

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