HE WON T TRADE IN THE TENT FOR A WHITE PICKET FENCE Small Town Life Has Never Held Any Charm For Documentary Filmmaker Sam Hove But After A Mishap In The During Filming, Willing, Montana, Seems Like The Perfect Place For A Quiet Recovery Until He Finds Out That The Town Is Hosting A Reality Dating Show And With A Neighbor Like Lucia Swallow, The Idea Of Love And Commitment Are Dangerous Than Anything He S Encountered In The Wild A Widow With Three Kids, Lucia Represents Everything Sam Has Always Avoided Responsibility, Family, Stability So Why Is He Finding Any Excuse He Can To Be With Her And The Children A Life With Lucia Couldn T Possibly Be The Kind Of Adventure He S Looking For, So He S Got To Get Out Before He Gets Hooked Love storyI loved this book and how it followed the previous one It is a sweet love story that doesn t get dirty and too raunchy. Miniseries Willing to Wed Greatloved every page wonderful characters incorporated the 1st book well I want another book about the same town so many good people Here s the recipe for a great read Take one documentary filmmaker who seeks a quiet place to rest and heal after an accident in the Add a widow with three precious boys who live next door and make fabulous pies and other goodies that set Sam s mouth the watering for her as well as her baked goods Place them both in tiny Willing, MT, and add snow, Christmas, and a blizzard where the oldest child, Davy, is thought to be lost, but is found trying to help an elderly neighbor.Mix well and toss with confetti sized snowflakes and feelings of love that can t be denied Then get out the Kleenex for an ending that will warm your heart, as it did mine.
Kristine Rolofson, author of over forty books for Harlequin, began writing in 1987 Since then her novels have appeared on bestseller lists and won numerous awards She and her husband divide their time between Rhode Island, Idaho and Texas Her new series, Willing To Wed , begins in September with THE HUSBAND SCHOOL, set in a small town in Montana Kristine spends her spare time fiddling, quilti
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