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It's Christmas in Gold Valley, and this wounded widower is about to get another shot at love...
Grant Dodge didn't expect to find a woman sleeping in an abandoned cabin on his family ranch. He also never expected to find her so intriguing. Unlike every other woman in town, McKenna Tate doesn't know Grant's a widower. There's no pity in the looks she gives him. McKenna wants him, and Grant has forgotten what it's like to feel like a man. A no-strings fling for Christmas might just be the kind of holiday cheer Grant needs...
With only a suitcase and a broken-down truck to her name, McKenna came to Gold Valley aiming to confront her birth father, then leave by Christmas. Working at the Dodge ranch wasn't planned, nor was falling for the gorgeous cowboy who keeps his heart roped off. But there's no denying the way their broken pieces fit together. Hope brought her to Gold Valley; love makes her want to stay. Can it be the one gift that could finally heal Grant, and McKenna's own wounded heart?
ISBN: 9781489267450 ISBN-10: 148926745X Series: A Gold Valley Novel Audience:
Number Of Pages: 464 Published: 24th September 2018 Publisher: Harlequin Country of Publication: AU Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 13.0
Weight (kg): 0.28
About the Author
Maisey Yates started writing stories from the moment she first learned how to form words with a pen, however it wasn't until she was pregnant with her second child that she found her very first Harlequin Presents book in a local thrift store. She soon knew that these were the books she wanted to write!
Soon after that she saw that entered a Harlequin competition to win an editor for a year. While she didn't win, it was the boost she needed to get her first full manuscript finished and submitted to Harlequin Presents. Nearly two years later, while pregnant with her third child, she received The Call from her editor, informing her they wanted to buy that manuscript.
Maisey lives with her supportive, wonderful, diaper-changing husband and three small children across the street from her parents, and the home she grew up in, in the wilds of southern Oregon.