Sisters Inn

Simon and Schuster

The Sisters Inn gave Eliza Thompson an escape from her past and a promising future as co-proprietor with her dear friend, Abigail Draper. Eliza and Abby, a widow with a half-breed son, combine their strengths to run the inn located on the outskirts of Denver in 1873. When it comes time to hire a father-son team of wayward handymen, Harold and Daniel Tanner, Eliza is hesitant, noting Daniel's undernourished appearance and odd demeanor. Within a few weeks of arriving at the inn, Daniel appears stronger and extremely handsome. His kindness and inexplicable attentiveness cause Eliza's heart to respond with a fearful, yet enjoyable flutter. For Daniel Tanner the freedom to do as he pleased with his pa by his side was all he wanted in life. Or, so he believed. That changed the moment he caught sight of Eliza. He'd never known a woman to take his breath away and stay locked inside his thoughts. Though attracted to one another, their pasts make Daniel and Eliza fearful of commitment. Both have their painful secrets that get in the way of gaining one another's trust. Worse, several pa-trons of the inn bring doubt to any thoughts the two have for a future together. Will following her heart's desire be at the cost of Abby's friendship and her beloved inn?
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About the author

Ruth Zavitsanos began writing at the age of 12. Growing up outside of New York City, she attended many Broadway plays and musicals that served to stimu-late her imagination. While attaining her Journalism de-gree at Marshall University she received numerous writ-ing awards. After graduation she maintained her desire to write by editing and writing for corporate bulletins, pre-school/elementary school newsletters, and the local newspaper. She has been published in Writer’s Digest mag-azine and had an in-depth article in a regional magazine. Ruth is a member of PennWriters, Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators, Valley Forge Romance Writers Group and Romance Writers of America. In ad-dition to Flight Of Little Dove, Ruth’s children’s book, The Villa Dog, was recently published earning five star re-views. Ruth enjoys Pilates, zumba, cooking, reading, music, photography, snorkeling, walks with her dogs, and travel. A strong believer in travel serving as a telescope to meeting the world, she and her family have vacationed in Germany, Swit-zerland, England, Greece and Italy. They also have traveled the entire West coast and East coast along with the Southwest of their beautiful country they are pleased to call home, America. Ruth and her family currently reside outside of Phil-adelphia, PA. Ruth can be contacted at wtrworld@hotmail.com. Feel free to visit her website at www.ruthzonline.com
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Publisher
Simon and Schuster
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Published on
Oct 1, 2012
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Pages
233
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ISBN
9781611603910
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Language
English
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Genres
Fiction / Historical / General
Fiction / Romance / General
Fiction / Westerns
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Content Protection
This content is DRM protected.
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