The first time Catherine went to the historic Hamilton House, she was looking for whatever haunted it. But what she found was even scarier: a portrait of a woman who looked exactly like her. But Catherine was not going to let a look-alike from another century—or a broken heart in the twenty-first–stop her. She would still put on the fund-raiser of the mayor's dreams so she could realize her goal: a bed-and-breakfast of her own.
David gave it all he had, but couldn't escape what felt like a life-sentence in his family's 19th-century prison. He wanted to go West, build his own business, and find his own wife. But his parents stymied him at every turn, choosing both the woman he would marry and the career he would follow. It wasn't until Catherine popped into his life—and into his arms—that he found hope again.
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