Alaska Bride On the Run (Alaska, #4) ePUB

by Kate Bridges When he advertises for a bartender, Harrison Rowlan doesn't expect a woman in a torn wedding gown to apply! He couldn't save his own wife, but he's determined to protect this damsel in distress.Willa Somerset desperately needs to find safety, and the sleepy Alaskan town of Eagle's Cliff "seems" like the perfect refuge. Only now she's in danger of falling for her knight in cowboy boots and denim.

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