Tara Keegan, concierge at a chic hotel in San Francisco, has the perfect job making strangers feel at home in her favorite city. What she doesn’t have is a real boyfriend. Instead she makes do with Justin Wright, a man she invented, who is conveniently absent doing international consulting. While her girlfriends accept the fiction, her friend Eddie, a homeless Vet, does not. Eddie insists that he knows a good man who’s right for Tara.
A stranger gives Tara a mysterious Irish Claddagh ring with a message to listen to her heart. When Tara puts the ring on her finger, her world turns upside down. Tara’s ex-fiancé decides to propose to his new love in her hotel, her ambitious boss sends security thugs after Eddie, and Eddie disappears. With the mysterious “ring of truth” on her finger, Tara teams up with Eddie’s friend Jack. Their search for Eddie will lead Tara to understand her own heart and to risk everything for a love that’s nonfiction.
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About the Author
KATE MOORE is a third generation Californian from a large family with roots in Dorset, England. Educated at Wellesley and Stanford, Kate loves England and California, Austen and Homer, the Regency, the Internet and chocolate. She is a Readers' Crown and Book Buyers winner, and a three-time RITA finalist who has been reading and writing romance fiction since she was ten. Her historical fiction takes readers to the dark side of Regency London and the triumphant side of love. Her contemporary fiction, on the lighter side, is set in Coastal California. Kate lives in a little town north of the Golden Gate with her surfer husband and Labrador retriever dog.