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To take a break from her controlling art gallery partner, Guin Stevens and two friends book a weeklong canoe trip into the wilderness of northeast Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Guin’s mind is a jumble. She loves the city—its excitement, the hustle and bustle—but within the first few days of her trip she’s truly enjoying the peaceful solitude of the North Country wilderness. As much as her feelings grow for Rick, their guide, she has a business three hundred miles away. She realizes he has feelings for her too, but he is a successful businessman who has already done the city thing, and the idea of returning to that life is the furthest thing from his mind.
Guin realizes this is a hopeless situation. City mouse, country mouse. Here? Or There? Who will give in to the other?
The town of Falls River is all Speech Pathologist Jenn Reston has ever wanted, and is where she and her nine-year-old son, Joshua, finally put down roots. She falls for the town’s most eligible bachelor whose memories of a previous marriage block any chance of commitment.
When Layne Martin tore up his one million, five-hundred-thousand-dollar donation check, she had no idea that Erik Rivers was one of the richest, most influential ranchers in all of Texas. All she knew was that he’d hit on her a couple of times in the gym, and she’d rebuffed him each time. Her only thought was God, do they all subscribe to the same gym introduction newsletter?
Never had a woman made Rivers feel like such an idiot, but giving up on her now was not possible. The challenge was just too great.