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Bleeding heart / Liza Gyllenhaal.

By: Gyllenhaal, Liza.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : NAL Accent, [2014]Description: 328 pages ; 21 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780451466709; 0451466705.Subject(s): Life change events -- Fiction | Women architects -- Fiction | Families -- Fiction | Scandals -- Fiction | FICTION -- Family Life | FICTION -- Contemporary Women | Families | Life change events | Scandals | Women architects | Massachusetts -- Fiction | MassachusettsGenre/Form: Domestic fiction. | Domestic fiction. | Fiction | Romantic suspense fiction. | Domestic fiction.DDC classification: 813/.6 Other classification: FIC045000 | FIC044000 Online resources: Cover image Summary: After her accountant husband disappears with millions of dollars stolen from his company's clients, Alice Hyatt flees New York City and moves to her family's longtime summer home in a small town in western Massachusetts. There she begins to make a new start, reconnecting with old friends and finding peace--and a growing sense of pride--as a landscape architect. When extremely wealthy newcomer Graham Mackenzie asks her to design an elaborate garden for him, she can't turn down the opportunity despite misgivings about Mackenzie's energy company, which specializes in the controversial practice of fracking.
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After her accountant husband disappears with millions of dollars stolen from his company's clients, Alice Hyatt flees New York City and moves to her family's longtime summer home in a small town in western Massachusetts. There she begins to make a new start, reconnecting with old friends and finding peace--and a growing sense of pride--as a landscape architect. When extremely wealthy newcomer Graham Mackenzie asks her to design an elaborate garden for him, she can't turn down the opportunity despite misgivings about Mackenzie's energy company, which specializes in the controversial practice of fracking.

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