Montana Hamiltons #3
On Sale: November 24, 2015
Featuring: Kat Hamilton; Buckmaster Hamilton; Max Malone
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He's determined to uncover the truth behind a decades-old
disappearanceâ€”even if it kills him
When hotshot reporter Max Malone gets a rare shot of
Buckmaster Hamilton with a blonde woman near Beartooth,
Montana, he chases down one of the senator's daughters to
verify that the woman is his supposedly long-dead first
wife. But Kat Hamilton won't give him the time of day,
alone any information about her mother.
With his tousled blond hair, sexy stubble and an old
cowboy hat topping off his long, lean frame, Kat can just
tell Max isn't used to female sources denying him
But when her own life is put in jeopardy, it's Max who
to her rescue. Seems someone is prepared to kill to keep
past in the past.
Kat can't deny she needs Max to find out what happened to
her mother, but will getting closer and closer to each
lead them to the truthâ€¦or to danger?
23 comments posted.
Re: Lucky Shot
Our favorite turkey left over is a huge sandwich on rye bread of turkey, stuffing,
cranberry sauce and mayo served cold with a large glass of apple cider to wash it
(Diane McMahon 8:26am November 23, 2015)
We never have enough turkey left over to do much with except
to reheat it, with the stuffing, mashed potatoes, and
whatever else is on hand, to have a quick meal when we get
hungry the following day. That's usually about all we have
on hand. I always try to get a larger turkey, but my Husband
has always downsized, since it's the two of us. If I had it
my way, I would put some turkey in gravy, let it cook, and
make open-faced sandwiches, or I would make pot pies with the
leftovers. I hope you have a very Happy Thanksgiving, and
I'll be looking forward to reading your book!! I put it on
my TBR list.
(Peggy Roberson 10:48am November 23, 2015)
As a child (in honesty, even now) leftover turkey - slicings
and eating it while standing by the counter! lol.
Always have all the fixing the second day...then onto soup,
hash...whatever we think will work!
(Kimberley Coover 2:41pm November 23, 2015)
the famous turkey samwitch.. Happy holidays friends
(Emily Stemp 3:23pm November 23, 2015)
I keep enough of the leftovers for my husband and me for one more meal the next day , then that's all I want of it . The rest goes home with the kids .
(Joan Thrasher 6:53pm November 23, 2015)
Turkey sandwiches and turkey noodle soup.
(Pam Howell 9:51am November 24, 2015)
I mix everything together in a bowl or make a sandwich.
(Kimberly Miller 12:44pm November 24, 2015)
Turkey noodle soup
(Jean Benedict 3:24pm November 24, 2015)
(Emily Stemp 9:16pm November 24, 2015)
Whenever we have leftover turkey, we always wind up making turkey pot pies! They're delicious and perfect on a cold winter's night.
(Asher Dane 10:35am November 25, 2015)
Turkey vegetable soup.
(Sharon Berger 2:36pm November 25, 2015)
(Emily Stemp 3:00pm November 25, 2015)
Love cold turkey sandwiches on white bread with mayo and relish--about the only time I eat relish!
(Shirley Cochran 4:33pm November 25, 2015)
Turkey salad sandwiches!
(Julie Wingate 5:31pm November 25, 2015)
That sounds delicious. I love enchiladas and what a great way to use up the leftovers.
We just eat turkey sandwiches or reheat it for a second go.
Congrats on the new book and Happy Thanksgiving!
(Sophia Rose 5:43pm November 25, 2015)
Sandwiches!! with cranberry sauce instead of mayo, cole
slaw, maybe lettuce and tomato, on fresh rye bread.
(Sandy Haber 9:35pm November 25, 2015)
Thanks for the chance! Happy Thanksgiving
(Nancy Doutey 10:01pm November 25, 2015)
I'm vegetarian, so I feed it to the cats when my husband isn't looking!
(S Mickelson 11:21am November 26, 2015)
just a turkey sandwich with mayo, salt & pepper and maybe some
(Diane Sallans 11:55am November 26, 2015)
Turkey Tetrazzini, don't even know if I spelled this
correctly. Fell in love with the creamy sauce, proportion
of subtle vegetables, turkey, cheese and pasta lightly
sprinkled with chopped parsley when I was a child. Am
still delighted to eat it whenever I get the chance.
(G. Bisbjerg 1:48pm November 26, 2015)
(Jean Patton 2:31pm November 26, 2015)
I like to make the turkey sandwich with mayo, lettuce and tomatoes. Happy Thanksgiving!
(Anna Speed 3:00pm November 26, 2015)
My grandmother always shredded it up... cooked it in gravy and poured it over egg noodles... yummy! :)
(Colleen Conklin 12:31pm December 14, 2015)
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