Trouble in Tourmaline

Trouble in Tourmaline by Jane Toombs

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THERE`S A NEW MAN IN TOWN... Ex-lawyer David Severin came to Tourmaline to escape his problems. Psychologist Amy Simon came to Tourmaline to solve problems. But working at the counseling center run by David`s aunt, she couldn`t help but notice that the brooding, private man had issues. And a great body. The first time Amy saw David she mistook him for the gardener. He was naked from the waist up, and his muscular chest was beaded with sweat from a day of hard labor. But underneath his rough exterior, Amy knew there lay a man filled with raw pain and endearing tenderness. So when his young daughter showed up on his doorstep, Amy couldn`t help butting in... and falling in love with them both. And that`s when the trouble in Tourmaline began... .

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Jane Toombs / Jane Toombs - American writer. She was born on December 27, 1926 in California. She is well known to the English-speaking reader. From under her pen many books came out, mainly novels - historical and modern. She has twice become a finalist in the prestigious United States of America Fiction Writers Competition. A nurse by training, Jane has never worked in her specialty. All her thoughts and aspirations from an early age were directed to literary creativity. She devotes her free time to reading and self-education, which has always remained one of her favorite activities. As a true American, Jane loves to travel. She has traveled all over the world, but she regularly visits the British Isles and Canada. Her hobbies include sailing, bridging and gardening, where she says "most of her time is spent fighting weeds!" She died on March 5, 2014....

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Jane Toombs / Jane Toombs - American writer. She was born on December 27, 1926 in California. She is well known to the English-speaking reader. From under her pen many books came out, mainly novels - historical and modern. She has twice become a finalist in the prestigious United States of America Fiction Writers Competition. A nurse by training, Jane has never worked in her specialty. All her thoughts and aspirations from an early age were directed to literary creativity. She devotes her free time to reading and self-education, which has always remained one of her favorite activities. As a true American, Jane loves to travel. She has traveled all over the world, but she regularly visits the British Isles and Canada. Her hobbies include sailing, bridging and gardening, where she says "most of her time is spent fighting weeds!" She died on March 5, 2014.