To bring his daughter home to Texas, widowed rancher Jack Burnett needs a wife. And the well-bred Ada Westmore, his neighbor’s niece, will surely meet his father-in-law’s approval. Not willing to open his heart again to love, Jack proposes a marriage in name only. But his independent bride proves more intriguing than he expected.
Needing to support her sisters after the collapse of their father’s fortune, Ada reluctantly agrees to the handsome cowboy’s proposal. The transformation from New York belle to prairie wife—and mother—is challenging for the onetime suffragist. But when their little family faces the threat of being torn apart, Ada and Jack must decide whether their marriage of convenience can become a marriage of love.

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About The Author

Growing up in a small town in Texas, Lily George spent her summers devouring the books in her mother’s Christian bookstore. Lily has a BA in History from Southwestern University and uses her training as a historian to research her novels. She has published one nonfiction book and produced one documentary. Lily lives in the Dallas area with her husband, daughter, and too many pets.

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