Norah Hawkins wants a new life as far from her old one as possible,
but where can she ever find that chance? When a letter arrives promising
her the deed to property in San Francisco, Norah packs her bags and
flees the broken shards of her troubled past.
With its anything-goes atmosphere, 1906 San Francisco suits Irishman
Gerard MacKenzie just fine. He loves tending bar in Norah’s saloon, and
verbally sparring with the shrewd businesswoman for more privileges and
work. Her beauty, wit and sass make his blood boil with need.
But disaster looms over their promising new lives when a terrible
earthquake buries their dreams and threatens to shatter their future.
Norah and Mac must rebuild their lives from the ruins and they’ll need
each other more than ever, but can their ties to each other save them or
tear them apart?
Guilt filled her as she sealed the envelope. Her first letter should have been to her mother. Estelle probably forgot I left. More likely, she bought a bottle and forgot everything, period.