Chesapeake BlueBook - 2002
Maryland -- Fiction.
Eastern Shore (Md. and Va.) -- Fiction.
Chesapeake Bay Region (Md. and Va.) -- Fiction.
Adoptees -- Fiction.
Young men -- Fiction.
Poor families -- Fiction.
Adult child abuse victims -- Fiction.
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Returning as a successful artist to the home of the family that adopted him, Seth Quinn is intrigued by independent newcomer Dru Whitcomb Banks, who is hesitant to trust Seth, while dark secrets from the past threaten the entire Quinn family. [from NoveList Plus]
Another Quinn family story; Seth Quinn, now a successful artist, returns home to Chesapeake Bay and his family. He meets and falls in love with Drusilla, a poor-little rich girl who moved to Chesapeake to start a life of her own. Life would be grand if not for someone from Seth's past blackmailing him, threatening him, and everyone he loves. Typical Nora Roberts with a good dose of humour.
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