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Margaret (House of Donato #3)

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An exciting new city. Wanton success. A nefarious criminal enterprise.

You'll find so much more than romance in this book because the twists and turns will keep you reading through the night.

Peggy is a brilliantly talented virtuoso pianist going off to study at Julliard. Donovan is a Duluth native and a small-town cop starting a new career in NYC as an FBI agent.
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Paperback, 346 pages
Published January 13th 2017 by Self-published
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Linda Levine
Jan 14, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This is a very enjoyable romance with characters that you grow to love and a storyline that keeps your interest. It is a part of a series but can be read as a standalone. I enjoy how the author really creates characters that seem real and authentic.

I am voluntarily reviewing a copy I received.
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What holds a relationship together during difficult times?

Peggy, a gifted pianist, building a future at Julliard, finds herself roommates with Brian Donovan. He was only doing her a favor, too occupied with law school and working for the FBI to notice she was around. At least he was kind enough to explore Manhattan together.

Donovan has no interest in a relationship with the luscious and exotic Peggy, convinced that there is no place in a
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Patricia M Jackson started out life raised a country girl, growing up in a series of small Minnesotan towns. She writes fiction wrapped around the stories of real people. She draws inspiration for her novels from people she’s found in researching genealogy or people she’s known who lived inspired lives; people who deserve to be remembered forever. She weaves their stories with fiction within a rom ...more