When a blinding Nevada snowstorm and a broken-down truck force Hallie O'Rourke and her two young daughters into the warmth of the Last Chance Cafe, Hallie could not know she would find a new beginning at the roadside diner. Or that the handsome stranger she meets there would change everything she believes about home and family.
Chance Qualtrough is a rancher with deep roots in Primrose Creek, and he's never met a woman as alluring -- or downright stubborn -- as Hallie. An undeniable passion is pulling them together, but Hallie is fleeing a danger so threatening she dares not let Chance into her heart. Will all that Hallie fears come back with full force, destroying her last chance for the life she's always dreamed of?
©2002 Linda Lael Miller (P)2002 Simon & Schuster
I have found great enjoyment in several of Ms. Miller's books especially the McKettrick's of Indian Rock. This offering was also well worth the time and dime. That being said I have noticed that there is always a flaw in the story. I have not seen the movie so I can't speak to how they handle it there but it surprises me that Ms. Miller didn't catch it. In this work it has to do with the FBI. In McKettrick's pride it has to do with a missing car. Both are very enjoyable reads and if you like to find flaws you want be disappointed.
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