Courting Catherine (The Calhouns #1)
The first Calhoun romance from "America's favorite writer" ("The New Yorker").
Catherine "C.C." Calhoun isn't about to let anyone take away the Towers--her family's crumbling mansion--especially not handsome hotel magnate Trenton St. James. As far as Trent is concerned, his dealings with C.C. should be strictly business. But soon, C. ...more
Courting Catherine is a wonderful book that I fell in love with as I turned one page after the other. I loved the concept which was a really amazing one, bringing two different souls together and adding blessings of the spirits of their loved ones who may no longer be alive but still had the enchanting power trapped ...more
Catherine Calhoun is a mechanic. Well, where else a woman could be a mechanic and still be a woman? (If you know what I mean).
No matter what some people might say, I am very pleased with the "temper" of the Calhouns' women. It is kind of refreshing and original.
This book is easily enjoyable and well once you read it, you will definetely ...more
Trenton St.James mendatangi Bar Hampton untuk melihat sebuat properti yang hendak dijadikannya sebagai lokasi terbaru hotel St.James. Properti tersebut adalah sebuah manor yang merupakan landmark kota tersebut dan dimiliki oleh keluarga Calhoun yang terdiri dari empat orang gadis dan seorang bibi yang romantis. Dan mereka semua menolak menjual rumah tersebut kepada Trenton.
Ketika sampai di Bar Hampton mobil Trent mogok dan dibawa ke bengkel C.C. Yang tidak diketahuinya adalah C.C merupakan gadis ...more
Mechanic Catherine "C.C." Calhoun and hotel magnate Trenton St. James mix like axle grease and mineral water - until they kiss. Efficient Amanda Calhoun finds easygoing Sloan O'Riley insufferable - and irresistible. And they both must race to solve the generations old mystery surrounding a hidden emerald necklace.
And I love the feeling that when this book ends, the story will continue in four more!
Mas os livrinhos desta saga são mesmo bons!
Mal posso esperar para continuar a deslindar os mistérios da família Calhoun
I really liked this sisters and and background story of the emeralds. I also like how the Hero (I've forgot his name) redeemed himself.
Eleanor Marie Robertson was born on October 10, 1950 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA. She was the youngest of five children, also the only girl, of a marriage with Irish ancestors. Her family were avid readers, so books were always important in her life. She attended a Catholic school and credits the nuns with instilling in her a sense of discipline. During her ...more