Montana Dreams

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Harlequin, Sep 1, 2012 - Fiction - 224 pages
6 Reviews


Bumping into her ex-fiancé shatters Millie Wilson all over again. Now that she's back in Montana to care for her dying father, her real burden is the secret she's never divulged to Hunter McKaslin.

Millie can't blame Hunter for his anger upon learning he's a father. He's never gotten over opening his heart, only to have it broken. Yet Millie senses a new goodness in Hunter. Finding their lost dreams now seems possible—if forgiveness and trust can find a place in this fresh start.

 

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A Great Tale!

User Review  - Faye - Christianbook.com

A sweet secret child tale set in Montana dairy country. When Millie sees her ex-fiance in the grocery store, she is determined to avoid him. She has a secret that she never told him, Simon, her son ... Read full review

Sweet story

User Review  - Jan Drexler - Christianbook.com

Jillian Hart’s newest story, Montana Dreams, takes the reader back to the McKaslin family and Prospect, Montana. Millie Wilson fled her home in Prospect ten years ago, leaving behind her mean ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
7
Section 2
18
Section 3
28
Section 4
39
Section 5
53
Section 6
63
Section 7
75
Section 8
85
Section 20
198
Section 21
201
Section 22
204
Section 23
207
Section 24
210
Section 25
213
Section 26
216
Section 27
219

Section 9
96
Section 10
107
Section 11
118
Section 12
129
Section 13
141
Section 14
151
Section 15
162
Section 16
172
Section 17
185
Section 18
193
Section 19
195
Section 28
222
Section 29
225
Section 30
228
Section 31
231
Section 32
234
Section 33
237
Section 34
240
Section 35
243
Section 36
246
Section 37
249
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About the author (2012)

Jillian Hart grew up on the original homestead where her family still lives, went to high school where Twin Peaks was filmed, earned an English degree, and has travelled extensively. When Jillian’s not writing her stories, she reads, stops for café mochas, and hikes through the pine forests near her home in Washington State.

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