Perfect Timing: A Harrigan Family Novel

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Signet, 2013 - Fiction - 422 pages
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In Catherine Anderson’s newest installment in the Harrigan family series, an unlikely couple is brought together under circumstances that defy all reason....

Tragedy has struck the Harrigans—Quincy’s beloved sister-in-law Loni is gravely ill and nearing death. Quincy, like his brothers, feels helpless to save her, and the clock is ticking. Then, with perfect timing, a winsome red-haired woman named Ceara O’Ceallaigh mysteriously appears on Quincy’s property and insists that Loni can be cured. Only Quincy, she says, as the sole remaining Harrigan bachelor, can make it happen—by marrying Ceara.

To Quincy, Ceara is a charming and quite likely deranged spinner of dreams who can’t prove she’s telling the truth. But how can he pass up any attempt to restore Loni to health? Against all better judgment, he decides to marry Ceara. Maybe he’s making the worst mistake of his life. Or maybe he’s opening himself up to possibilities that defy explanation...and will send him on a miraculous journey toward enough love to last forever.

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User Review  - LoveyDoveyBooks - LibraryThing

Perfect Timing is the perfect read for hopeless romantics. Catherine Anderson brings a time-traveling druid from 16th century Ireland to present day Oregon, with only the hope that she can stop a ... Read full review

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I loved this book. Catherine brings you into a this book from the beginning to the end and does not disappoint you. I laughed and cried out loud. Quincy and Ceara will have you believing in love all over again. One of Catherine Anderson's books yet. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Catherine Anderson lives in the pristine woodlands of Central Oregon. She is married to her high school sweetheart, Sid, and is the author of more than thirty bestselling and award-winning historical and contemporary romances.

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