Cider Brook

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MIRA, 2014 - Fiction - 378 pages
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Unlikely partners bound by circumstanceor by fate?

Being rescued by a good-looking, bad-boy firefighter isn't how Samantha Bennett expected to start her stay in Knights Bridge, Massachusetts. Now she has everyone's attentionespecially that of Justin Sloan, her rescuer, who wants to know why she was camped out in an abandoned old New England cider mill.

Samantha is a treasure hunter who has returned to Knights Bridge to solve a 300-year-old mystery and salvage her good name. Justin remembers her well. He's the one who alerted her late mentor to her iffy past and got her fired. But just because he doesn't trust her doesn't mean he can resist her. Samantha is daring, determined, seized by wanderlusteverything that strong, stoic Justin never knew he wanted. Until now

Look for The Spring at Moss Hill, the latest story in the "Swift River Valley" series by Carla Neggers, where spring is the time for fresh starts and new beginnings."

 

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User Review  - rhonda1111 - LibraryThing

4 STARS Cider Brook is the #3 in Swift River Valley. I like Swift River Valley. There are a lot of characters from past books that are back. New characters. Small town life. Lots of secrets, romance ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
9
Section 2
24
Section 3
29
Section 4
42
Section 5
52
Section 6
59
Section 7
72
Section 8
86
Section 17
213
Section 18
239
Section 19
254
Section 20
259
Section 21
282
Section 22
296
Section 23
309
Section 24
323

Section 9
104
Section 10
121
Section 11
136
Section 12
148
Section 13
160
Section 14
171
Section 15
180
Section 16
192
Section 25
337
Section 26
344
Section 27
355
Section 28
363
Section 29
368
Section 30
372
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About the author (2014)

Carla Neggers received a degree in journalism from Boston University. Before becoming a full-time fiction author, she worked as an arts and entertainment reporter. She has written over 60 romance novels including the Sharpe and Donovan series and the Swift River Valley series. She also writes under the names Anne Harrell and Amalia James.

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