#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Willow

Willow

Dear Reader:

Willow is a novel from early in my career, and it was originally shorter than many of my other historical romances. Now, I’m delighted to be able to share this brand-new edition with you. I’ve taken the opportunity to expand Willow to include the subplots, love scenes, and deeper characterization that are possible with a longer book. I hope you enjoy reading this retelling as much as I have enjoyed visiting these characters and this story once again.

In 1883, the railroad had only recently come to Montana Territory, and outlaws still lurked in the hills. Willow Gallagher, who spent her early childhood in an outlaw camp until her father finally found her, is torn by divided loyalties. Newly married to handsome railroad baron Gideon Marshall, she finds fiery passion in Gideon’s embrace, until she discovers he is on a mission . . . a mission to capture Willow’s outlaw brother, Steven. Now Willow must choose—betray her brother, or risk the love she has found with Gideon, the love she has dreamed of all her life, to save Steven. It is a choice that could break her heart. . . .

May you be blessed,
Linda Lael Miller

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Pocket Books (September 28th, 2010)

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ISBN-13: 9781416598558
ISBN-10: 1416598553

You can purchase this book at these online retailers:
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Pocket Books (September 28th, 2010)

ORDER PRINT

ISBN-13: 9781416598558
ISBN-10: 1416598553

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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