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Thrillseeker Valentino Casali has finally come home to Monta Correnti to face his past...and his future?Valentino is sure his childhood friend Clara Rossetti can help him forget his troubles. But she's not the same carefree girl he knew. Valentino is determined to bring back her sunny smile and give her a summer to remember!Clara's knight in shining armor has arrived on a motorbike! She wants to forget her life-threatening illness, and if anyone can make miracles happen it's Valentino!

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									Miracle for the Girl Next Door
The Brides of Bella Rosa

Author: Rebecca Winters
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Thrillseeker Valentino Casali has finally come home to Monta Correnti to face his past...and his future?
Valentino is sure his childhood friend Clara Rossetti can help him forget his troubles. But she's not the
same carefree girl he knew. Valentino is determined to bring back her sunny smile and give her a
summer to remember!Clara's knight in shining armor has arrived on a motorbike! She wants to forget her
life-threatening illness, and if anyone can make miracles happen it's Valentino!
Author Bio
Rebecca Winters
Rebecca Winters, an American writer and mother of four, lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. When she was 17,
she went to boarding school in Lausanne, Switzerland, where she learned to speak French and met girls
from all over the world. Upon returning to the U.S., Rebecca developed her love of languages when she
earned her B.A. in secondary education, history, French, and Spanish from the University of Utah and did
postgraduate work in Arabic.Because of her studies overseas, Rebecca decided to become a teacher
and studied French and history at her alma mater in Utah. For the past 15 years, she's taught junior-high
and high-school French and history, and says she got into serious writing almost by accident."I went
through a back door to begin my writing career," she says. "In the first place, I never liked to write
anything—I only wrote mandatory papers for school. If anyone had told me I would become a writer, let
alone love it, I would have laughed and dismissed the notion as absolutely absurd and
preposterous."Having said that, I did write letters to my parents while I was away at boarding school when
I was 17. My mother kept them and one day, after I had become a mother for the second time, she sent
me all my old letters and asked me to write my memories from them for posterity. At the time I thought
she was insane, but because I adore my mother I did as she asked."By the time I'd finished sorting
through all those teenage thoughts, observations and opinions, the seeds of a story had begun to form in
my mind. The seed eventually became a novel and was published in 1979. It was called The Loving
Season, published under the name Rebecca Burton. Naturally, it takes place in Switzerland and
France."As soon as I finished that novel, I found myself wanting to start another novel entitled By Love
Divided, a World War II romance. A few years later, Harlequin bought a novel, Blind to Love, a story that
takes place in Kenya. It's been a love affair ever since."I guess the moral

								
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