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Publisher Description

Prodigal daughter, infamous flirt and fiery-haired champion barrel racer Tucker McTavish blazes back home to Marietta with both a secret, and a personal challenge. She will keep a low profile at her twin sister’s Christmas wedding. Which means no whiskey. No kissing. No scandals. No fun. What she needs is a miracle, so it's too bad when she visits the legendary Miracle Lake to plead for inner strength: a tall, dark, and handsome bad boy is waiting with a challenge of his own.

Extreme sports guide Laird Hunter doesn’t do boring. And he thought he didn’t have secrets. He thrives in carving his own trail through tight and dangerous spots, but when he finds out his entire life has been built on a lie, he heads to Marietta for answers. But when he meets the redhead with the killer smile, laughing eyes and body with more curves than a mountain road, he finds himself asking a whole new set of questions.

Will these two daredevils – with more than a few secrets between them – find the one person from whom they don't need to hide ?

November 15
Tule Publishing
Tule Publishing Inc.

Customer Reviews

Jean Granowski ,

The Christmas Challenge

This was an interesting story. Tucker is back in Marietta and trying to behave and repair her relationship with her twin sister. Laird is in town searching for answers about himself.
I loved both of these characters and how well they got along. I really liked how Laird and Tucker seemed to connect right away, even if they didn't fully realize it. They were so comfortable together from the beginning.
This was a great story and I really enjoyed it.

jk(9 ,

The Christmas Challenge

This book was my least favorite of the series. Didn’t really care for Tucker, but she did have a few redeeming features at the end.

sbsbrinson ,

Loved it!

Another Marietta story featuring Tucker and Laird! They met at Miracle Lake with both of them seeking both penance and peace. The fascination stuns them but they find themselves together with each of them trying to discover who they really are. Lots of uncertainty and lots of love. The ending is a bit surprising but clues are there throughout the book.

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