It is May 1949. Claire Winters falls in love at first sight with a sudden visitor—a handsome, dark-haired man. Jack Murphy is a close friend to Claire’s brother, Dennis, who died in the war. However, Claire is already in courtship with a man whom her parents have decided for her—Harlan, who is set to take after his father’s banking business. “I can’t bear to marry without knowing what love is. Mama, I’m sorry. I want to be with this man, at least until he leaves this town.” Here begins the first part of a trilogy chronicling a time-transcending romance!
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You will definitely be surprised that this is one of series.
Different with other Harlequin stories, the hero and heroine are now grandfather and grandmother. This is their love story back in 1949.
Heroine is a smart girl who accepted by law school, however was stopped by her parents as people think girl should get married but not be a lawyer. At that moment she met hero who was just back from war. They fell in love with each other but still there were many obstacles between them.
There may be no surprising plots but the pure love story still fascinating.
The other two in series are “ALWAYS THE GROOMSMAN" and “THE DADDY TRACK". It is also interesting to see why the three are in series.
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