#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Springwater

Springwater

USA Today Bestseller

Evangeline Keating came west because she had to: after her husband’s passing, she needed to build a new life for her young daughter, and marrying a stranger from Montana Territory was her best chance. After a difficult winter journey, she arrives at an isolated outpost called Springwater Station. But the handsome man who’s come for her is not her husband-to-be, and Evangeline soon finds herself thrust into a most inconvenient—and highly improper—arrangement.

Scully Wainwright never intended to be left alone with his ranching partner’s fiancée. But his partner’s not due back until spring, and he can’t leave a defenseless woman and her child unguarded—not with wolves and Indians threatening. Biding his time with the lovely Evangeline begins to feel dangerously close to setting up a real home. But as a reckless passion sparks between them, Scully and Evangeline discover a destiny—and a passion—as boundless as the open frontier.

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Springwater Seasons, Book 1
Pocket Books (May 7th, 2011)

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ISBN-13: 9781451646290
ISBN-10: 1451646291

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Springwater Seasons, Book 1
Pocket Books (May 7th, 2011)

ORDER EBOOK

ARe |  Kindle |  Kobo |  Nook  | Simon & Schuster

ORDER PRINT

ISBN-13: 9781451646290
ISBN-10: 1451646291

You can purchase this book at these online retailers:
Amazon | Amazon Canada | Barnes & Noble | B-A-M
Book Depository | Chapters | IndieBound
Powell’s | Simon & Schuster

You can also ask about it at your local bookstore.

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