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Love will find a way
Freethy, Barbara.
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Publication Information:
New York : Avon Books, 2002.
Physical Description:
374 pages ; 18 cm
General Note:
"RITA award winner"
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Dylan Prescott has long been in love with beautiful Rachel Tanner, the former wife of his business partner, yet friendship and loyalty had kept them apart, but now, suddenly, he is free to reveal his love.

Author Notes

Barbara Freethy is a former public relations professional and freelance business writer. She writes books about love and family with a little bit of magic. Her first novel for Avon Books, Daniel's Gift, was a touching story about a little boy and his estranged parents; it won a RITA award and has been optioned for a television movie. She has also written the series Taken, Angel's Bay, Callaways, Wish and Lightning Strikes. Her additional novels include: The Sweetest Thing, Love Will Find a Way, Silent Run, Silent Fall, and Once You're Mine.

(Bowker Author Biography)

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Library Journal Review

Six months after Rachel Tanner's husband, Gary, dies in an automobile accident, the insurance company rules that his death was a suicide. Refusing to believe that Gary would kill himself, Rachel leaves their apple orchard home and goes to San Francisco, where her husband kept an apartment to use weekdays. She talks his best friend and partner, Dylan Prescott, into searching the apartment with her. As the two look for clues, Rachel notices a perfume bottle on Gary's dresser...and it isn't hers. Later, when Dylan brings Gary's things home to Rachel he impulsively offers to finish the dream house that Gary had started for Rachel. As indications of Gary's other life begin to surface, Dylan has a hard time keeping his own secret hidden he's loved Rachel since he first set eyes on her. A second love story, that of Rachel's younger sister, is skillfully interwoven throughout the book. Although the plot is a classic retread, RITA Award winner Freethy has penned another exceptional piece of fiction. Shelley Mosley, Glendale P.L., AZ (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.