Courting Catherine: "All hard-driving executive Trenton St. James III had on his mind was business-making the final arrangements to buy a run-down old mansion on the coast of Maine. He wasn't expecting any complications. And he definitely wasn't expecting anything like Catherine `C.C.' Calhoun. This feisty, independent-minded young woman bristled at the very thought of her family's most highly prized possession ending up as part of some faceless hotel chain. And she seemed to bristle at the very sight of Trenton St. James, too. But all that was going to have to change, because Trent not only wanted her home, he wanted her, too. And he wasn't a man who took no for an answer." \\ A man for Amanda: "Amanda Calhoun had always been the sensible one, forever struggling to keep her, well ... eccentric family out of trouble. And the instant she laid eyes on architect Sloan O'Riley, she knew he was trouble. So this arrogant, insufferable Harvard-educated cowboy thought he was going to turn her family's beloved - and slightly decrepit - home into a hotel, did he? Well, she'd just see about that ... Sloan seemed a little too interested in Calhoun family history - their famous missing emeralds, for instance. He also seemed a little too interested in Amanda. The hotel was shaping up nicely under his oh-so-skilled hands. But it was becoming clear that Amanda was what he most wanted to get those hands on ..." -- Provided by publisher.
Maine -- Fiction.
Man-woman relationships -- Fiction.
Container of (work): Roberts, Nora. Man for Amanda.