Her Small-Town Hero
Help Wanted at the Heavenly Arms Motel
If only someone will take the job so oil rigger Holt Jefford can stop making beds and burning breakfasts. And then someone does: a lovely single mother with a baby boy—and secrets.
Sweet, kind Cara Jane is scared of her own shadow—why? Holt warns himself not to trust his skittish new employee, but watching her with her son and his old granddad breaks through his guarded heart. Holt senses she's hiding out here in Eden, Oklahoma. Good choice, because the place comes with her own small-town hero.
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