Jared’s Runaway Woman

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It is 1887. Jared Mason has arrived in Crystal Springs, Colorado, with a single goal: retrieve his young nephew from the hands of the woman who took him. Instead he finds himself tackling drunken cowboys, doing time in jail, mediating marriage disputes, and best of all, kissing a beautiful woman in a darkened alleyway—the same woman who took his nephew in the first place.

Kinsey Templeton has spent years protecting her son from the Masons, a high-powered, well-connected New York City family who could easily take her son away from her—if they could find her. Now that she has finally settled in Crystal Springs and found herself a real home, Jared Mason has found her—and kissed her! She must find a way to convince him to leave Crystal Springs without his nephew. For Kinsey, running is no longer an option.

The author has created a sparkling romance with two strong-willed characters who bare their tender hearts without betraying their inner strength. Kinsey and Jared have something to lose by doing what they think is best for the child. What they don’t realize is that they also have something wonderful to gain. A sweet read.

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Century

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(US) $5.50
(CA) $6.50

ISBN
(US) 0373294018

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Paperback

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299

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