Originally published in 2002 by Avon Books, The Ring on Her Finger has been out of print for quite some time. This week, Elizabeth Bevarly re-released it in eBook format for all of her fans that may have missed it the first time.
From the back cover: After getting engaged, heiress Lucinda Hollander is accused of a murder she didn't commit. Now she's hiding out as a housekeeper far from the scene of the crime until she can clear her name. But she finds more than she bargained for in the servants' quarters, falling for car guy Max Hogan, who seems to have a few secrets of his own. How can she put things right? And how can she get that darned ring off her finger?
Elizabeth Bevarly was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. She earned her B.A. with honors in English from the University of Louisville in 1983. In 1989, she sold her first novel, Destinations South, to Silhouette Books. Since then, she has published over 50 novels. Her books have appeared on bestseller lists including the USA Today. She's been nominated for several Romantic Times awards. She was recently given a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine for Series Love and Laughter, and her Silhouette Desire, The Perfect Father was awarded the National Readers' Choice Award in 1996. Her novels have been published in 19 languages and more than two dozen countries. There are more than five million copies of her books in print worldwide.
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