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A dangerous secret is coming to shore... Philip Quinn has done everything to make his life perfect. With his career on the fast track and a condo overlooking the Inner Harbour, his life on the streets is firmly in the past. But one look at his adopted brother Seth and the memories come flooding back. In Seth he sees the boy he once was. Seth's future seems assured - until Dr Sybill Griffin shows up in the sleepy town of St Christopher s. She claims to be researching the town for her new book, but Philip is sure she is hiding something. While he is determined to uncover her motives, Sybill cannot deny her own growing feelings for the intense and mysterious Quinn - but the secret she hides has the power to shatter the brothers' lives for ever...
- Publication Date:
- Chesapeake Bay
- Piatkus Books
- Country of origin:
- United Kingdom
- 384 pages
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Inner Harbour is the third of the Chesapeake Bay series by Nora Roberts. Phillip, the third Quinn brother to be taken in by Stella and Ray, has come about as far as possible from the teenage thief who did drugs and prostituted himself: hes now an urbanite, a respected executive in a Baltimore advertising firm. But hes spending his weekends in the village of St Christopher on the promise to look out for the latest Quinn, Seth DeLauter as well as helping out in the new boat building business, Boats by Quinn. When attractive anthropologist, Dr Sybill Griffin, turns up in St Chris, Phillip is pleasantly surprised that shes interested in him. But the outwardly friendly Sybill has a cold, calculating side and appears to have another agenda involving Seth, something of which none of the Quinns are aware. This instalment resolves the issue of Seths parentage and the circumstances of Rays death, and ties all the loose ends neatly together. The likeable characters from the first two books expand (Phillip has a few surprises for the reader), there are some hot sex scenes and the dialogue between the characters is, as before, a real source of humour. Readers keen to know what happens to Seth will want to read his story in Chesapeake Blue.