Claire's Embrace

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An Irish father's desperation…
A young daughter's rebellion…
A wealthy American willing to pay…
And the power of that amazing lace…
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About Mary Tate Engels

I look quiet and consistent, but few know how many women there are in me." ~ Anais Nin

MARY TATE ENGELS, educator and bestselling novelist, is author of forty romance novels and novellas, an acclaimed biography of traders to the Navajo, co-author of a Mexican cultural cookbook, and two travel guidebooks, written with her husband. They travel extensively and share their home in the U.S. Southwest with various critters, some even wild.

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Reviews of Claire's Embrace by Mary Tate Engels

Sandra Farris reviewed on June 2, 2013

I loved Claire's Embrace. The places Claire lived and visited were vivid to me, and her character (sometimes obstinate) was lively as well as humorous.

I have been a fan of Mary Tate McKenna's for a long time.
(reviewed 6 days after purchase)
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