Cleaning Her House

IRene Vartanoff
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College professor Elinor Goggin hasn’t returned to spend a summer in Coopersville, West Virginia in twenty-five years, but this July she’s helping her hospitalized mother by decluttering the hoarded family home. Yet her mom, always critical of her, is furious at Elinor for even touching any part of the overflowing collection of random possessions.

County inspector Race Ericson threatens a court summons if the hoard isn’t massively reduced in a hurry, pushing Elinor to choose: Surrender to her mother’s insistence that she do nothing, obey her bossy elder sister’s edict that she sort carefully through every single pile, or satisfy Race’s demand that she ruthlessly clear out the junk?  

Satisfying Race would be a pleasure. But when family secrets come to light and surprises turn up on her doorstep, Elinor’s task gets complicated, forcing her to reevaluate her long-held beliefs about her family—and her life choices.

 

Cleaning Her House is a meaty stand-alone women's fiction novel featuring a rich variety of characters, a romance with a hint of steam, family secrets, and a ton of clutter. There's a happy ending, too. (Maybe not for the clutter.)   

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About the author

Award-winning author Irene Vartanoff combined her love of romances and comic books by working for Harlequin, Bantam, Berkley, and My RomanceStory.com as well as Marvel Comics and DC Comics. Irene's women's fiction novels published to date are A Daughter's a Daughter and Summer in the City. Irene recently released Singers in Love,  a new series of sweet contemporary romances taking place in the world of opera. She is also the author of a contemporary Western romance series, Selkirk Family Ranch, and a superhero chick lit adventure series, Temporary Superheroine. A lifelong East Coast resident, Irene lives in a forest of tall oaks in the wilds of West Virginia. 

https://www.irenevartanoff.com

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Publisher
IRene Vartanoff
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Pages
411
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ISBN
9780998526959
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Contemporary Women
Fiction / Family Life
Fiction / General
Fiction / Romance / Contemporary
Fiction / Romance / General
Fiction / Small Town & Rural
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