Divided Hearts

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Left to care for her friend’s baby, Faye expects no help from the child's absent father. But when Simon reappears, Faye learns that he never knew about his daughter, and now he wants nothing more than to bond with the little girl. As Simon and Faye fall in love, they find themselves torn between their desire for each other and the best interests of the child they both cherish. More

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Published: Feb. 24, 2012
Words: 45,060
Language: English
ISBN: 9781301531165
About Susan R. Hughes

Nothing gets my heart pumping like a good love story with absorbing emotion, plenty of passion, an old-fashioned happy ending. That’s why I started writing romance novels, and I’m excited to share these stories with you. Set mainly in Canada, my novels explore the extraordinary thrill of finding that special someone and falling head over heels in love. I hope you’ll enjoy reading them as much as I did writing them.

I live in Ottawa, Ontario, with my husband and three children.

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Review by: Eufemia Bella on March 06, 2012 : star star star star star
This is one great love story. Fantastic chemistry between two strong personalities that clash and try to restrain their love and desire for each other. Passionate scenes made this novel even harder to put down. I especially loved the scene aboard the Seinna Rose; sailing enthusiasts like me will feel as though they are right there slipping through the waves. This writer seems to have experienced everything and has a wonderful ability to make us experience too. I am eagerly anticipating another novel by this delightful author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Eufemia Bella on March 06, 2012 : (no rating)
This is one great love story. Fantastic chemistry between two strong personalities that clash and try to restrain their love and desire for each other. Passionate scenes made this novel even harder to put down. I especially loved the scene aboard the Seinna Rose; sailing enthusiasts like me will feel as though they are right there slipping through the waves. This writer seems to have experienced everything and has a wonderful ability to make us experience too. I am eagerly anticipating another novel by this delightful author.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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