Montana Man

Montana Man

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A single mother...A terrifying blizzard...A scorching stranger! Lily Danziger wanted more than the shallow life she'd been living in so-called New England society. She wanted more security than money could buy. So she packed up her newborn daughter and headed for a new start--until a blizzard stopped them in their tracks and she had to ask a stranger for help, the rugged traveler their one chance for survival. He led them to a temporary refuge, but could he also hold the key to a future Lily has only dreamed of?

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A single mother . . . A terrifying blizzard . . . A scorching stranger! - Lily Danziger wanted more than the shallow life she'd been living in so-called New England society. She wanted more security than money could buy. So she packed up her newborn daughter and headed for a new start – until a blizzard stopped them in their tracks and she had to ask a stranger for help, the rugged traveler their one chance for survival. He led them to a temporary refuge, but could he also hold the key to a future Lily has only dreamed of?


A single mother . . . A terrifying blizzard . . . A scorching stranger! - Lily Danziger wanted more than the shallow life she'd been living in so-called New England society. She wanted more security than money could buy. So she packed up her newborn daughter and headed for a new start – until a blizzard stopped them in their tracks and she had to ask a stranger for help, the rugged traveler their one chance for survival. He led them to a temporary refuge, but could he also hold the key to a future Lily has only dreamed of?



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Single mother Lily Danziger, forced to ask a stranger for help after she is caught in a terrifying blizzard, finds this rugged fellow traveler may hold the key to her future happiness.

Publisher: Sutton : Severn House, 2010
ISBN: 9780727868657
0727868659
Branch Call Number: FICTION DELIN...B
Characteristics: 248 pages ; 23 cm

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JuniperAvenue
Oct 17, 2011

With apologies to the previous reviewers, I found this book uninspired. The number one rule in writing fiction is "show, don't tell" and the author broke this rule all over the place. The one thing I wish the author would have told us is why the hero's name was Quist? The heroine herself wondered at the oddity of it in chapter one. When the ideal man's name rhymes with twist and is one letter away from quit, that's worth an explanation.

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Serener_11
Oct 07, 2011

This book was a great read. The general idea is big strapping man who is scared of commitment is thrown together with the sweet, honest woman due to circumstances beyond their control. It may seem like this plot has been done a million times but I just so enjoyed this book. It really tugged at my heart strings. Would absolutely recommend!!

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C_Chapeski
Aug 15, 2011

Absolutely LOVED this book. Very touching story with just enough sex to not make you incredibly uncomfortable reading it. Was very sad to have finished the book it was so good!!!

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