Single by choice.
That's what Mac McGannon tells himself. With both feet firmly on the ground--or in his family's gold mine beneath terra firma--Mac has no time for the "Hollywood types" that have invaded his hometown of Sentinel Pass. Even less for the beautiful TV "star" who needs his help. Any attraction he feels is pure illusion. But try telling that to his little daughter who believes Morgana Carlyle is a real life princess.
Morgana Carlyle doesn't let anyone peek beneath her glamorous, carefully crafted image--with good reason. She's a fraud. And, worse, her secret could derail the entire Sentinel Passtime production and—worse--break the hearts of a very special little girl and her father. The man she has no business loving. But try telling that to her heart.
Black Hills Bachelor
This was a very emotional story. Mac is a single father in a small town, and Morgana is a star filming a show. They seem like two very different people. But deep down, they are more alike than they realize.
I loved all of the characters. Especially Mac's daughter, Megan. She is so sweet and innocent. I really liked how both Mac and Morgana would consider Megan and her feelings throughout the whole story. There is some deep emotional turmoil as the truth about Morgana is revealed. I would also like to add that everything involving Libby and Mac's grandmother was handled beautifully as well.