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Silver Creek Fire

Author: Lindsay McKenna

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Stirring…rich with emotion and intensified by suspense. Readers will be excited to see where McKenna takes the series next. –Publishers Weekly STARRED REVIEW New York Times bestselling author, US Navy Veteran, and genre pioneer Lindsay McKenna combines pulse-pounding suspense with the romance of a contemporary Western for the first installment in her highly emotional, engrossingly swoon-worthy Silver Creek series. Love’s flame burns bright… Leanna Ryan’s hometown in coastal Oregon has been her refuge ever since a traumatic event during her teens. But over time, even the safest harbor can start to feel more like a prison. That’s why Lea, a master carpenter and wood sculptor, is moving to Wyoming, a place whose rugged beauty has long captured her imagination. The scenery around Silver Creek is as stunning as she hoped, and her new employer, Logan Anderson, is generous and fair, though his eyes reveal a sadness she recognizes all too well. Logan immediately knows he can trust Lea with his Wild Goose Ranch remodeling project. Her skill, her dedication–they’re as appealing to him as her unaffected beauty. But he has other reasons for unease. There have been disturbing events around the ranch. Then Lea’s car is rammed in a hit and run. Logan has already lost so much; now he fears he’s jeopardizing not only his property, but Lea too. His dream is to convince Lea to make Silver Creek her home–but first, he’ll have to keep her safe… show more

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Weight 222 g
Author

Lindsay McKenna

Publisher

Kensington Publishing

Binding

Paperback / softback

ISBN-10

1420150820

Dimensions

119 x 176 x 30

Language

English

Country of Pub

United States

Book Condition

New

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