Someday, Somewhere
By Brooke Wills
Sep 7, 2005 - 12:49:00 AM

Holly Noble is still trying to grasp the fact that her beloved Aunt Tony has passed away.  Arriving at the secluded, seaside Scottish cottage, it feels strange to be there alone.  But the small house that was once her second home with her aunt is hers now to do with what she wants.  And everything inside, including all of her aunt's paintings and jewelry belong to her, also.  Almost overnight, Holly has become a very rich woman.

Tony was a renowned painter, an artist in every sense of the word.  But Holly thought she knew everything about her.  Viewing the numerous paintings stored in a small upstairs room, she finds she really knew very little about her spinster aunt after all.  And very little about herself.

Taylor Hartman is rich, powerful and used to getting his own way.  He thought he was the only one in his Uncle Blaise's life.  But then Holly Noble contacted him and has succeeded in setting his orderly world upside down.  But maybe that is just what his life needed; a little spicing up.

SOMEDAY, SOMEWHERE is a beautifully written, sentimental, true love story.  Eileen Ramsay has a storytelling gift that is hard to match.  This book is told in both present time from Holly's side as well as in flashbacks about Tony's life.  It will make you laugh and cry, and leave you feeling satisfied long after you've finished reading it.

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