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TBT Book Spotlight: Claiming Annie’s Heart

Happy Thursday, Reader Friends!

Are you ready for some Throwback Thursday goodness?

I’m featuring a TBT Book Spotlight on Judythe Morgan’s Claiming Annie’s Heart. This book released in 2014 by The Danfield Press. Have you read it? If not, be sure to add it to your TBR pile!


About the Book

Annie Foster stays in Ireland after boarding school to nanny a widower’s infant daughter. Five years later, the widower proposes.

Her first love Chad Jones, whom she believes abandoned her, arrives weeks before the wedding on an undercover assignment probing her fiancé’s connection with IRA terrorists. Chad’s determined to change Annie’s mind and her heart because he’s never stopped loving her.

Which man will claim Annie’s heart?

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About the Author

Award-winning author Judythe Morgan was an Air Force daughter then an Army wife and a one time-Department of Army Civilian employee. She’s seen a lot of the world.

An antiques dealer, teacher, former mayor’s wife, and sometimes-church pianist, who recently added Sacred Harp singing to her resume, she’s had some wild experiences.

Finnegan MacCool, an Old English sheepdog named after the legendary Irish giant, Fionn mac Cumhaill, and a Maltese named Buster are her constant companions. Together they have some crazy adventures and turn heads.

Besides her fiction, she writes a weekly blog with her urban farmer daughter. You can follow their adventures at www.judythewriter.com

Sign up for her free newsletter at www.judythemorgan.com to keep up with her latest news and receive subscriber-only sneak peaks.

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