Présentation de l'éditeur
Marriages of convenience went out with hoop skirts, yet Carolyn and Ace jump in, feet first to save a little girl.
When shy and reclusive Caroline Allen’s landlord, reserved business man Ace Townsend shows up at her door with a tiny, silent girl named Piper, a battered little suitcase and an staggering letter of explanation from her mother, Caroline has no choice but to listen to Ace’s astonishing story and scandalous plan…
The next step in the "save Piper plan"?
It's outrageous, a complete shot in the dark.
It just might work—and save them all.
Read the entire Poet Oregon series:
Book One - The Fixer Upper
Book Two - Caroline Explains
Book Three - Nailed It
Book Four - Sweet Spot
Biographie de l'auteur
Ronnie has reached that wonderful age in life, where she no longer worries or cares about how other people judge her. She’s been happily married since the dawn of time … And has three children and five grandchildren, all of whom are brilliant human beings. Ronnie was born in Chilliwack, Canada, (not as fun as it sounds) has lived in Europe, in Australia and all across Canada and traveled to Fiji, New Zealand, Mexico, and Hawaii. She is now firmly ensconced in Northern British Columbia, with no intention of leaving the most beautiful place on earth anytime soon. Part of every year, Ronnie lives off the grid in a little cabin in the woods, returning each fall with a freshly written book under her arm only to be totally flummoxed by what has occurred in the world in her absence. Her homes feature doors that swing wide to welcome in visitors and are welcoming retreats filled with bubbling pots of homemade soup, teas and cookies, and dogs and cats, gazillions of paper books, eBooks and audible books of all stripes, and roving hairballs we’ve all agreed to ignore. Ronnie has been asked repeatedly from where she unearthed the new book she reveals each fall. Other writers want to know her source – which tree, which bush do these books grow under? She isn’t telling where in the forest she mines her treasures, but we suspect woodland fairies may be involved …