Special Author’s Cut Updated Edition of Winter's Daughter, originally published as a Bantam Loveswept
AWARD: RITA Winner, Best Short Contemporary Romance Novel
DESCRIPTION: For Doctoral candidate Tannis Winter, immersing herself in the homeless culture means living on the streets in disguise. When a mysterious derelict begins to stalk her, she catches him off-guard, shoves him into the path of a police car, and flees into the safety of a suburban neighborhood.
Newly elected city council member Dillon James leaves the police station bruised but determined. His run in with a quick-witted, seemingly ageless bag lady convinces him that his undercover work to protect the poor and vulnerable is a worthy endeavor.
But can these two emotionally wary people learn to trust each other? Is the healing of their hearts even possible? Or will their predilection for disguise sabotage a love based on far more than simple desire…in WINTER'S DAUGHTER?
What a sweet romance... Good fast read.. Enjoyed this book
Great writing, mundane plot
The writer makes story telling almost effortless, but the plot isn't as strong as her writing.