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Harlan Granger is facing a fate worse than death. He’s been discharged from the Army thanks to a piece of shrapnel near his spine. He was born to be a soldier and hasn’t a clue what to do as a civilian. Hopefully, he can keep himself occupied with work on his parents’ house until the worst happens. All too soon, he realizes the peace and quiet he so desperately needs to heal and think isn’t to be found in his hometown. Trouble has found it’s way to Bluff’s Corner, and it’s centered around his brother’s business. His brother’s pixie-like neighbor has Harlan’s trouble radar going off the charts. It’s not just his attraction to her that has him second-guessing himself, he’s sure she’s hiding secrets of her own, secrets that could be dangerous both to her and his brother. Rilie Lazar is finally beginning to enjoy life. The people in Bluff’s Corner, Colorado are friendly but not nosy. Her quilting business is going well and her best friend is the funniest guy she’s ever known. At least, he was until the night his brother walked into the bar. He might be the best looking Alpha male she’s ever met, but he’s putting a definite damper on the atmosphere. Worse, he’s bringing back memories she would rather keep buried. Memories that have her looking over her shoulder and being on guard all the time. She thought she left all that behind, but what if he’s right? What if her past has followed her to Colorado? Can she keep her friend and his brother out of harm’s way or will they pay the ultimate price to keep her safe?

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5 Stars on Goodreads: Spitfire Pixie meets Broody Beefcake in a sizzling battle of wills. Harlan Granger is returning home after surviving a horrific accident on his tour of duty in Afghanistan. His home town of Bluff’s Corner, Colorado, has been ravaged by flood and his childhood home is no exception. Most of his family have moved away, or are out of town. This suits him just fine. He plans to hide away with the one brother who won’t ask questions. Problem is, when he walks into his brother’s bar he meets Rilie Lazar. She’s a tempting pocket rocket with the determination and persistence to drag him out of hiding and back into life. Even worse, she lives in the apartment next to his brother’s, above the bar. Neither Harlan, nor Rilie want a serious relationship. They each have wounds in need of healing and secrets to keep hidden. When a stranger starts skulking around the premises and putting their lives in danger, old wounds are torn open. Harlan is compelled to be the hero and protector to his loved ones. Rilie is terrified of re-living her worst nightmares. Will this be their downfall, or will they triumph over evil and help each other heal? What a fantastic story. The build-up of suspense is executed beautifully as is the developing love story. I loved the combination of these two personalities. This story also sheds light on the struggles of returned soldiers trying to acclimatize back into everyday life and raises money to help their cause.

Brilliant read, Sandra Kerns!

This book is dedicated to our service men and women. In honor of their
service I donate a portion of all sales to Hope for the Warriors.
http://www.hopeforthewarriors.org/

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