First in The Calhoun Women series, #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts's Courting Catherine begins a story of sisters bound by their family's ancestral home and determined to forge their own futures.
The once grand mansion known as the Towers has stood on the Maine coast for decades. It was supposed to symbolize the Calhoun family legacy, but instead has fallen into a desperate state of disrepair. Catherine "C. C." Calhoun and her sisters have inherited both the mansion and the responsibility of restoring the Towers back to its former glory-only to struggle with escalating costs.
Hotelier Trenton St. James believes the estate's time has passed and that the town would be served better if the property were converted into a luxury resort. But his business negotiation skills fail to persuade C. C.-whose fighting spirit and driving passions capture his heart and compel him to build something more loving and lasting between them.