She breathed a huge sigh. “We won’t be struggling like we are now. And maybe that’s why Emma is doing this. Maybe she sees it for what it is. I can appreciate that.” She blinked back more tears that threatened to course down her cheeks. She had no pride left to hold onto. She had nothing. Her sister-in-law was dying. She was going to lose Bella Acres. She was going to lose everything.
She had nothing. Even if she did get Drake’s attention, she had nothing to offer him. She was nothing but a homeless woman with no plans. No nothing. She bit her lip. So many doubts and insecurities tore through her. Suddenly, she realized she had to have something. She couldn’t go to Drake with nothing. And it finally hit her just how much she wanted him in her life.
When a desperate cowgirl faces the loss of her childhood home she loves beyond reason, a pauper-turned-Prince from her past returns and whips her problems from devastating to heartbreaking. Can they ever accept their hidden potential or are they destined to ride through life alone?
The only think Stephanie wants is stability in a life where she doesn’t lose everyone and everything she loves. When her older brother lists the only home she’s ever known because he needs the money to save his wife, Stephanie has to do something, anything, everything to protect her home – and her family.
In rides Drake, Stephanie’s brother-in-law and Stephanie’s long lost dream. He’s back with money and charm. Everything Stephanie wants, Drake is hell bent on taking away.
If they can’t work together, they might lose more than just land and family. They might lose their one chance at love.
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About Bonnie R. Paulson
Bonnie R. Paulson mixes her science and medical background with reality and possibilities to make even myths seem likely and give every romance the genetic strength to survive. Bonnie has discovered a dark and twisty turn in her writing that she hopes you enjoy as much as she has enjoyed uncovering it. Dirt biking with her family in the Northwest keeps her sane.
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