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Publisher Description

Come and meet The Parker Sisters of Wyoming  a spinoff of the romance series Married in Montana from a Readers’ Favorite award—winning author and “queen of the family saga” (Aherman)


The Parker Sisters: The Complete Collection includes all the books and bonus novella’s in this heartwarming big family romance series.


Thrill of the Chase: He stopped for an accident and stumbled upon the one woman he’d been looking for all his life.

The Dating Game: Twenty Six year old Ivy Parker is a Nurse by day, but an unlikely attraction with a mysterious man will turn her world upside down as she finds herself in, The Dating Game.


Playing Hard to Get: Twenty-four-year-old Naomi Parker is interning as a journalist when she stumbles onto a big story about a ruthless man, a destroyer of women. With two objectives in mind, to be the best she can be and to not let him find out who she really is, Naomi sets out to uncover everything Cameron Donnelly has been trying to hide. The only problem is that he might not be everything she believes him to be.


What We Can’t Have: Seventeen year old Mason Parker has been keeping a secret from her family about the boy next door. And after a chance encounter, the timing all wrong, Mason and Justin are faced with a dilemma as considering being together, could end up dividing two families.


Go Your Own Way: Scarlett Parker has big plans for her life which don’t include living the same life as her sisters or having anything to do with her father’s ranch. Until one day she meets a man who is everything she is not. A man who belongs to no one and turns the tables on Scarlett, when she is suddenly the one who is being tamed.

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2017
October 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
736
Pages
PUBLISHER
Lorhainne Eckhart
SELLER
Lorhainne Ekelund
SIZE
13.4
MB

Customer Reviews

John Deere Girl 244 ,

The Parker Sisters series

I enjoyed following the Parker Sister series and getting to know all of them. The last couple stories left a little to be desired but no major strings left untied.

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