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SPRINGWATER SEASONS: MIRANDA
by Linda Lael Miller

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: Montana, 1880s

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The latest book in the continuing
saga of the Springwater Stagecoach Station is a sensual marriage of convenience tale guaranteed to warm your heart all the way down to your toes.

Deserted by the man who fathered her child, Miranda Leebrook and her infant son end up in Springwater. Kindhearted Jacob and June-bug take Miranda in and soon she is part of the growing community, but more than anything she wants to find someone to accept and eventually love her.

Landry Kildare needs a wife to mother his sons and care for his home. A widower for five years, Landry finds it difficult not to fall in love with sweet Miranda and her son.

Miranda is already attracted to Landry and he has been so long without a woman that hes afraid to rush her into the
marriage bed.

Aside from coping with the growing
sensuality between them, Miranda and Landry face the added danger of a ruthless villain who returns to town determined to reclaim his son.

The mounting sexual tension combined with the Americana aura takes MIRANDA to a new level of romance; just what readers expect from Linda Lael Miller. SENSUAL (Apr., 150 pp., $3.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Pocket

Published: April 1999

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