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Ada Public Library JEN (Text) 33500013362017 New Available -
Moorhead Public Library JEN (Text) 33500013362025 New Available -

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  • ISBN: 0062861719
  • ISBN: 9780062861719
  • Physical Description: 373 pages ; 17 cm.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : NY : Avon Books, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublisher, [2021]

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Summary, etc.: '"Banished by her grandfather at the age of eighteen, Spring Lee has survived scandal to claim her own little slice of Paradise, Wyoming. She's proud of working her ranch alone and unwilling to share it with a stranger--especially one like Garrett McCray, who makes her second-guess her resolve to avoid men. Garrett escaped slavery years ago and is now a reporter in Washington. He's traveled west to interview Dr. Colton Lee for an article, yet it's Lee's fearless sister, Spring, who captures his interest. Clad in denim and buckskins instead of dresses, she's the most fascinating woman he's ever met. And he's certain she also feels the connection that sizzles between them. But when a shadow from Spring's past returns, all is on the line: her ranch, her safety--and this wild, fierce love."

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2020 December #1
    *Starred Review* Readers will be delighted to see spring, Dr. Colton Lee's intrepid sister, who was introduced in Tempest (2018), return in a story of her own set in post-Civil War Paradise, Wyoming. Spring is heading home in a blizzard when she rescues Garrett McCray, who is injured and separated from his horse. She lets him stay in her cabin, and the mannerly Washington reporter who made the journey to interview her brother slowly grows on the feisty, independent rancher. Garrett, once enslaved, enjoys Spring's forthright manner and the way she handles herself and her Colt revolver when a man in town insults her publicly. When Garrett is wounded after defending her in another incident, Spring helps him heal once again and realizes that he really does make her happy. But will he return east to his city life and career? Memorable characters and fun, if fraught, dialogue make the highly anticipated second book in romance star Jenkins' Women Who Dare series (following Rebel, 2019) a refreshing and keenly innovative historical romance. Readers will be clamoring for more well-researched and inclusive love stories featuring strong women in the American West.HIGH-DEMAND BACKSTORY: Award-winning Jenkins has a large and avid fan base, and her popularity grows with each of her racially diverse romances featuring indomitable women. Copyright 2020 Booklist Reviews.

Subject: African Americans Fiction
Man-woman relationships Fiction
Ranchers Fiction
African Americans
Man-woman relationships
Genre: Historical fiction.
Romance fiction.
Romance fiction.
Historical fiction.

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