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The Spirit is Willing (Harlequin Special Edition, #602)

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The last thing he remembered was totaling his beloved Jag. The next thing he saw was . . . Providence. What on earth was he doing in Rhode Island? And why was he hovering around adorably oddball Maxine Love like some misguided guardian angel? Uh-oh. Guardian ...angel?

Closer contact with sweetly maddening Maxi proved beyond doubt that he was still flesh and blood--with all
Paperback, 253 pages
Published May 1st 1990 by Silhouette
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Mar 15, 2016 rated it it was ok
This was one of a pile of random romance type paperbacks Drew picked up for me at Goodwill. The characters were likeable and the writing was passable. I thought the pacing was uneven, and didn't like the sexy bits.
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Patricia Coughlin won the 1999 RITA® in the Short Historical category for her novel Merely Married. She is also a Romantic Times Magazine "Career Achievement Award" winner. Coughlin, who also wrote under the name Liz Grady, graduated from Providence College. She began her writing career in 1982.