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Tressa (häftad)


Häftad Engelska, 2014-07-22
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Escaping an abusive husband and the tragic loss of her newborn child, Tressa O'Daire leaves her home of Dublin, Ireland, for the unknown shores of New York City. There she finds work in the powerful Langley family as a nurse-maid to a baby girl. The Langleys allow Tressa, a master baker by trade, to use their baking oven. She starts a business and a new life.

Ethan Langley, crippled in a riding accident that left him bound to a wheel chair, has spent the last eight years in his room escaping the embarrassment to his family and the hatred of his brother, Heaton. The only bright spot in his life is his sister, Sarah, until a certain Irish baker arrives and turns his life upside down.

Ethan and Tressa's very lives are threatened when the head of the Langley household dies unexpectedly, leaving the business and family fortune to Heaton. As Heaton and his wife, Victoria, bring the family to the brink of ruination, Tressa and Ethan must save whatever they can, including the budding love between them.

Barbara Cerny grew up in Grand Junction, Colorado, and currently resides in Dayton, Ohio, where she is an information technology specialist and supervisor at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Her main inspiration for writing is her husband Charles.

Ms. Cerny's previous books are Of Angels and Orphans and Grays Hill, which she wrote on deployment with the US Army to South West Asia in 2006. She is working on her next two books.

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