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Also by Caroline Fyffe:

Before The Larkspur Blooms, May 2013
Paperback
Montana Dawn, August 2010
Paperback
Where The Winds Blows, August 2009
Mass Market Paperback

Where The Winds Blows
Caroline Fyffe

Cowboy Chase Logan has been in plenty of touchy situations, but pretending to be the husband of a recent widow and father to her adopted children is the most difficult job he's had yet.

Leisure Books
August 2009
On Sale: July 28, 2009
Featuring: Jessie Strong; Chase Logan
304 pages
ISBN: 0843962844
EAN: 9780843962840
Mass Market Paperback
$6.99
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Romance Historical

Two hearts meant to be together; One secret bound to rip them apart.

Chase Logan liked being a loner, a drifter, free and clear as amountain stream. But one look into Jessie Strong's sky blue eyes and in the span of a heartbeat, he found himself agreeing to be her husband-and a father!

Jessie Strong knew it was all pretend. And only temporary. Just until the adoption went through for three-year-old Sarah. But the longer Chase stayed, the less she could imagine a long, lonely Wyoming winter without him. Times may be tough-supplies short and danger just outside the doorstep-but with the strength of the pioneer spirit and the warm glow of love in their herts, Chase and Jessie are determined to have a true family at last, no matter WHERE THE WIND BLOWS.

Comments

4 comments posted.

Re: Where The Winds Blows

I love the cover and it sounds really good, thank you
Penney
(Penney Wilfort 1:37pm August 26, 2009)

O this sound like a very touching story one I must read.
(
Ann w 4:47pm August 26, 2009)

The hardships of pioneer life made for
some strange relationships, not often
based on love. This sounds like a
good fall/winter read. Curl up in front
of the fireplace with a cup of hot
chocolate and enjoy.
(
Patricia Barraclough 8:39pm August 26, 2009)

I've read a few historical romance books by Catherine Anderson and this one sounds comparable, so it should be a good read too
(
Diane Sadler 7:44pm August 27, 2009)

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