The Macgregors: Alan & Grant

The Macgregors: Alan & Grant

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The MacGregors: One passionate, headstrong family. Two fan-favorite tales of timeless romance. All the Possibilities Shelby Campbell is unlike any woman Senator Alan MacGregor has ever known--vibrant, creative, unconventional...and determined to keep him at arm's length despite their undeniable attraction. But Alan never lets anything stop him from getting what he wants--not even the centuries-old feud between the MacGregors and the Campbells... One Man's Art Grant Campbell is a loner, completely set in his ways. Yet when he opens his lighthouse door to Genevieve Grandeau on a wild, stormy night, something in him shifts. Gennie can see that under Grant's gruff exterior, he's intelligent and sensitive, but emotionally scarred. Can she convince him to move beyond his past--to share, to trust and to love again?
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Product details

  • Paperback | 480 pages
  • 104 x 163 x 38mm | 204g
  • English
  • Original ed.
  • 0373282249
  • 9780373282241
  • 240,783

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-The Washington Post Book World "Roberts' bestselling novels are some of the best in the romance genre."
-USA TODAY "Robert's style has a fresh, contemporary snap."
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