Keegan's Lady

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Harper Collins, Jul 1, 1996 - Fiction - 416 pages
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A poignant tale of hope and healing -- a classic love story from a true master of unforgettable, emotionally rich romantic fiction, New York Times bestselling author.

Caitlin O'Shannessy's late father left her with many things: a Colorado ranch, enduring memories of pain and sadness, an unshakable mistrust of men ... and an adversary.

Ace Keegan has returned to No Name, too late to enact a rightful vengeance on his most hated enemy. The man who put a hole in Ace's life is dead, leaving a daughter behind to run the family enterprise. Though proud and strong as well as beautiful, Caitlin is caught off guard when Ace's calculated anger inadvertently destroys her good name. But Ace Keegan is a man of honor, determined to make amends by marrying the enchanting lady he wronged -- and to nurture with patience and love the light she guards in her damaged heart until it blazes with the power of a thousand suns.

 

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
13
Section 3
46
Section 4
57
Section 5
68
Section 6
83
Section 7
103
Section 8
117
Section 12
230
Section 13
239
Section 14
252
Section 15
260
Section 16
309
Section 17
329
Section 18
350
Section 19
360

Section 9
134
Section 10
164
Section 11
190
Section 20
388
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About the author (1996)

Catherine Anderson, the award-winning author of both contemporary and historical fiction, lives with her husband and three canine friends—a mixed spaniel named Kibbles and two Rottweilers named Sam and Sassy, who seem to think they are teacup poodles and that obedience training is for people.

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