A Maverick for Christmas

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Harlequin, Oct 18, 2011 - Fiction - 224 pages
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Thunder Canyon Nugget
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Thunder Canyon's Most Upstanding Citizen Has Finally Found His Ms. Right…And She Isn't Letting Him Get Away!

The rumors have been confirmed: Abigail Cates is wildly in love with Hollis "Cade" Pritchett. But the honorable second Pritchett brother barely knows she exists. Until the youngest Cates daughter makes up her mind to get her man. Now the gossip mills are churning overtime as the town's tweeters try to out-scoop each other on this blossoming romance!

Maybe it's the wedding fever running through Thunder Canyon. Or maybe the town's most eligible bachelor is finally realizing that Ms. Right has been here all along. Could a marriage proposal be next? Stay tuned, dear readers, to find out if Cade will get up the courage to pop the question—just in time to throw the biggest Christmas wedding the Montana town has ever seen!


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Review: A Maverick for Christmas (Montana Mavericks: The Texans Are Coming! #5)

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First reads: A Maverick for Christmas is a winner, not usually one to read holiday tales because of the whole cliche, I was a bit skeptical but Leanne Banks was fabulous. A Maverick for Christmas won ... Read full review

Review: A Maverick for Christmas (Montana Mavericks: The Texans Are Coming! #5)

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A good little read for Christmas, but hero fighting his feelings for heroine kind of got old after a while. Otherwise it was a pleasant enough holiday read. Read full review

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Leanne Banks est l'auteur de plus de 60 romans, recompenses par plus d'une dizaine de prix. Romanciere talentueuse, ses histoires ont su seduire des milliers de lecteurs, par la force de ses personnages toujours attachants, et par l'emotion et l'optimisme qui s'en degagent.

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