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St. Anne's Day

By Janice Lane Palko


Fired from her job, Anne Lyons moves to Pittsburgh to accept a position as a private duty nurse for an elderly spitfire recovering from heart surgery. When she meets the woman’s handsome son, Gerry McMaster, an instant attraction is ignited. Though he may be the city’s most eligible bachelor and owner of the most popular bar in Lawrenceville, Mac’s Place, he reminds Anne too much of her callous ex-boyfriend.
To escape the life that took his father’s and that threatens his, Gerry has avoided love at all costs. Then he meets Anne, and suddenly he’s fighting feelings he’s run from for years.
Peg McMaster has been praying to St. Anne, the patron saint of housewives, to find a suitable wife for her son before she dies, and she believes that Anne's arrival on the Feast of St. Anne is the answer to her prayers. With the aid of St. Anne and the rest of the characters who frequent the bar, Peg conspires to bring Anne and Gerry together in this charming, heartwarming tale that readers have described as spirited, sparkling, and sassy. St. Anne’s Day will make your day too!

Book Takeaway:

Love can overcome fear and the past.

Why the author wrote this book:

My grandmothers inspired the character of Peg.


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