Become the real deal?
Triplet Georgie Harrison will do anything to keep her family—including her newfound Blackwell relatives—from worrying about her. Which is exactly why she’s enlisted way-too-charming rodeo cowboy Zach Evans to be her fake boyfriend for her sister’s Montana ranch wedding. The problem is that Georgie’s not just tempted to fall for her own ruse…she’s also falling hard for the roguish cowboy she can never have.
USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR
Book 1: Montana Welcome by Melinda Curtis
Book 2: Montana Wishes by Amy Vastine
Book 3: Montana Dreams by Anna J. Stewart
Book 4: Montana Match by Carol Ross
Book 5: Montana Wedding by Cari Lynn Webb
“What if the tea doesn’t help?” Her voice was as thin as the steam.
“Then we’ll find something that does help.”
“We?” She lifted her gaze to his face.
“Yes, we. You and me.” Zach picked up the pot of honey from Hilda Pittman and swirled the wooden stick in the tea. “Honey is good for allergies, sore throats and stomach issues.”
“Is that right?” A smile broke through her hesitant tone.
“Yes, it is.” Zach drizzled honey on his finger and tasted it. The sweetness coated his tongue and kept the lightness in his words. “You aren’t the only one who has read countless health magazines while sitting in offices.”
He’d spent more time in medical offices and hospital waiting rooms than he had in his own home, hoping that someone would be able to save his brother. The last we he’d been a part of had been with Cody. He hadn’t been able to help his brother. Why had he told Georgie he’d help her?
Georgie took Zach’s hand as if she sensed his faltering. He stared at their joined hands. He’d been gripping cotton reins and lassos for so long he’d forgotten the power in such a simple connection. Her fingers laced between his, naturally and easily. And quickly the past, the pain, the powerless feelings that had kicked up inside him, settled. Her soft, sure hold tethered him firmly to the present.
“Let’s bring Rachel the tea before it gets cold.” She tugged on his hand, guiding him into the front offices.
And with her hand in his, for the first time in years, he considered something more than a temporary connection.
Cari Lynn Webb lives in South Carolina with her husband, daughters and assorted four-legged family members. She's been blessed to see the power of true love in her grandparent's 70 year marriage and her parent's marriage of over 50 years. She knows love isn't always sweet and perfect, it can be challenging, complicated and risky. But she believes happily-ever-afters are worth fighting for. She loves to connect with readers. Visit her at her website.
Ends December 11, 2020