I have set a reading challenge in my Facebook group, on my Facebook page, in my email, and on my Instagram. I’m playing bingo. One of the bingo squares is to read a book published the year you turned 16. Well, I turned 16 in 1991. So I looked up which Nora Roberts’s books were published in 1991. Turns out that Courting Catherine was. I had it on my Kindle so of course I decided to reread it.
Catherine Calhoun is a mechanic who owns her own shop. She’s the youngest of the Calhoun sisters, who after losing their parents were raised by their aunt. The Calhoun women live in The Towers, their ancestral home, but that might not be for long.
Trenton St. James is a hotelier, interested in purchasing The Towers to convert into a hotel for his family business. Trent is all business. He does not believe in love or even marriage.
Brief Summary (while trying not to give everything away)
In Courting Catherine, when Trent arrives in Bar Harbor, his car acts up, which leads to his car being towed to C.C.’s garage. When she meets him, she doesn’t like his shoes. But will he buy her family home or will she and her sisters come up with another idea?
This book is available wherever you buy books. This is one that I own a paperback copy and a Kindle copy. Even though it was written in 1991, it doesn’t seem dated. I love this series and had forgotten how much I do!
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