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|| There is a fishing village on the coast of Maine steeped in the traditions of home and family. Yet Misty Harbor is always willing to give anyone with an open heart a second chance. . .Twenty-four year old Norah Stevens is looking to start over after a frightening experience calls into question the faith she once had in the power of love. Landing her own column in the local paper, Norah dives right into the rhythms of life in Misty Harbor, though her first encounter with log home builder Ned Porter leaves her a bit shaken. A giant of a man, Ned usually feels awkward around petite women--and five-feet-nothing Norah, whom he discovers snooping around his yard in search of her mom's dog--is no exception. Norah's obvious fear of him is disconcerting at first, but Ned soon discovers that while Norah may be tiny, she has vast reserves of determination. And Norah realizes that Ned, who is as gentle in nature as he is large in stature, might just be the perfect man to help her rebuild her life--if she can let him into her heart. . ."Marcia Evanick's charming and warmhearted novels will brighten even the most depressing day."--Romantic Times"Marcia Evanick's stories are charming and fun."--Rendezvous
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