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The second book in the Lost Anderson series is here, and it comes to you with a kicking and screaming heiress.

Brielle Storm inherits a dilapidated ranch in the wilds of Montana, and she isn't happy about her situation in the least. She may be moving to her new home, and she may be planning on doing whatever it takes to make her billionaire father happy, but she certainly won't be doing it with a smile on her face. Brielle plans on going to Montana, hiring a ranch hand to do all the work, and then getting out of there before the first winter snow has a chance to hit.

But Montana isn't a state that offers predictable weather, and Brielle discovers that the land isn't the only thing she has to fear. When her hotter-than-any-city-boy cowboy neighbor shows up on her doorstep, Brielle decides that maybe Montana isn't so bad after all.

That is until he laughs openly at her city-girl ways. Now she has something to prove.

©2014 Melody Anne (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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It had so many twists and turns,...couldn't stop listening

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Melody Anne's cowboy story's are usually a good read