When Cory Stone discovers the father he never met is gravely ill, he brings the ornery man to his Montana ranch, along with his round-the-clock nurse. Once again Cory finds himself falling for the wrong woman — a city slicker, like the ex-fiancée who broke his heart. But in Eloise LeBlanc, Cory also finds a kindred spirit. The caring beauty knows firsthand about love and loss. Neither of them is looking for a new romance, and Cory certainly isn’t searching for love. But can the independent city girl heal the heart of a broken cowboy?

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About The Author

Patricia Johns started out as a "starving artist" with an English degree, her youthful optimism, and not much else to her name. She banged away on her ancient laptop and lived in the smallest, cheapest quarters possible in the middle of a large city. It paid off: She wrote my first published novel, the first of many more over the next few years, and fantasized about the small town life.

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