Montana Man

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Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, 1989 - Fiction - 219 pages
15 Reviews
Lily wanted more than the shallow life she'd been leading. So she packed up her baby daughter and without looking back, she headed off to safety and a new start--until a blizzard stopped her and she had to ask a stranger for help. The man in the Stetson was their only chance for survival in the snowbound car. He offered refuge, but would this leave her wanting more?

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User Review  - Kari - Goodreads

Montana Man was just OK for me. To be honest neither of the characters were all that interesting, except maybe Nicki the 5 week old baby. Plot wise, not much happens either. Lily and Quist (what kind ... Read full review

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User Review  - Lea's Audiobooks Hensley - Goodreads

I started enjoying once I got past the beginning with a hero who thinks all women are weak and up to no good (shows its original 1989 publication). But it is warming up and I'm enjoying it for the ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
32
Section 2
54
Section 3
75
Copyright

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About the author (1989)

Barbara Delinsky was born on August 9, 1945 in suburban Boston. She received a B.A. in Psychology at Tufts University and an M.A. in Sociology at Boston College. After graduate school, she worked as a researcher with the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children. After her first child was born, she worked as a photographer and reporter for the Belmont Herald. She has written more than 60 novels including Shades of Grace, Coast Road, While My Sister Sleeps and Not My Daughter. Her novels are character-driven studies of marriage, parenthood, sibling rivalry, and friendship. Some of her novels have been made into television movies including Three Wishes starring Valerie Bertinelli and A Woman's Place starring Lorraine Bracco. She also wrote the nonfiction book Uplift: Secrets from the Sisterhood of Breast Cancer Survivors. The proceeds of her nonfiction work goes to charity. She has also written under the pen names Bonnie Drake and Billie Douglass.

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