Ten years after strolling out of Marietta without a backward glance, Mitch McCall wins a land deed in a game of poker that has him returning to his hometown, ready to collect his winnings. A few weeks later, he's surprised when he doesn't want to leave. Not only is he working a saloon and unknowingly putting down roots, he's also trying to convince the town's good girl that he's not the rake she believes he is. But love isn't a game and if the successful gambler wants to win, he'll have to bet it all.
Melissa lives her life to please her parents. Suffering from their son's abandonment, Melissa puts her own desires and dreams aside to save them more heartache. But a late night encounter with the completely unsuitable Mitch McCall changes everything. With one night becoming many, Mitch helps her uncover the woman she really is and dares her to chase her dreams. But when shocking news arrives about her brother, will Melissa retreat back into her peacemaker role or will she fight for the man she loves?
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Book 4 is a delight.
Michelle Beattie’s A Gambler’s Pleasure is a true delight! Another on sitting read well worth the time. Her characters are fantastic as always. The plots have twists and turns worthy of Louis L’Amore and Zane Grey. Montana always speaks for itself, but Michelle’s descriptions feel like you are right there, although back when it was still being settled. Another must read! Thank you Michelle for a wonderful trip home.