After being responsible for an accident that claimed several lives, Rhys said goodbye to his hometown, and vowed never to return. Until a forgiving woman taught him that anything is possible when two hearts begin to open up-and two people come together to face every storm, share every joy...side by side.
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Paula Detmer Riggs was born in 1944 and earned a BS from the Miami University in 1965. She is a member of the Romance Writers of America and Novelists Inc.. She's worked professionally as a member of the writing faculty of San Diego State University, Long Beach State University, and Irvine State University.From Booklist:
Rhys Hazard is going to do something he swore he would never do: return to his hometown of Osuma, Washington. When he was 17, Rhys crashed into a school bus and killed three people. Sent to prison for four years, Rhys worked hard after his release, building a trucking empire that expanded to Osuma, and helping the ravaged economy after a devastating flood. Brina, whom he has never met, is the sister of one of his victims. Now the proprietor of the inn where he and his executives are staying, she puts up with his presence since she needs the money, then has to fight her attraction to him. Rhys has to cope with the resentment of his brother, John, who must now work for Rhys, whom he considers beneath him. If Rhys and Brina are going to have a future together, they must learn to let go of the past, the crux of this engaging, tension-filled romance filled with family secrets. Patty Engelmann
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