The telegram Samantha Sawyer Rodriguez holds is her key to freedom: her late uncle, Ezra, has left her his ranch in Sweetwater Springs, Montana. At last, she and her young son will have a true home, and she can finally pursue her dreams of raising her prized miniature horses and building a sanctuary for wayward orphans. Prosperous rancher Wyatt Thompson has long coveted that river property. It’s bad enough that Ezra’s niece refuses to sell it, but worse by far that she’s stubborn, proud, and breathtakingly beautiful. The lovely widow and her adopted sons awaken memories of a shameful past he’s struggled to overcome. Yet when Samantha’s safety is threatened, he’ll risk everything to save the unexpected family he’s come to cherish. In this follow-up to Wild Montana Sky, her acclaimed USA Today bestselling romance, Debra Holland sweeps listeners back to that majestic, historical landscape in an extraordinary story of redemption, courage, and tender, steadfast love.
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USA Today bestseller Debra Holland is a psychotherapist, corporate crisis counselor, and martial arts instructor, as well as an acclaimed author. It wasn’t until she finished many years of grad school that she began her writing career in earnest. In addition to her historical westerns, Holland is also the author of the self-help book The Essential Guide to Grief and Grieving and two books of fantasy romance, Sower of Dreams and Reaper of Dreams. She lives in Southern California, where she was born and raised.
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