Rescue On The Rio (Finding Home Series #2)

Rescue On The Rio (Finding Home Series #2)

  • Publish Date: 2013-07-16
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Author: Verna Clay
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Finding Home Series:
Cry of the West: Hallie
Rescue on the Rio: Lilah
Missouri Challenge: Daisy


In RESCUE ON THE RIO, Rush Garrett is hired by his friends, Cooper and Hallie Jerome (book one), to find Hallie's sister, Lilah Parker,and persuade her to return to Oregon with him. The sisters parted ways twenty years earlier and Hallie longs to be reunited with her only sibling.

Lilah yearns for her family, but in her infrequent letters to her sister, she has lied about her occupation. Her sister believes her to be a seamstress, when, in truth, she is a wealthy man's mistress. Lilah's shame and fear that she will be disowned by her loved ones causes her to reject the offer of Mr. Rush Garrett of his escort to Oregon. However, fate has other plans and plenty of adventure awaiting these less-than-likely lovers!

Can be read as a standalone.

Excerpt:

The beauty stepped closer and Rush's brain felt like mush. He was just about to introduce himself when she stopped only a hairsbreadth from him. The top of her head reached the middle of his chest. She glanced upward.Now he had a close up of this stunning woman. He knew she was well into her thirties, and although her face was enhanced by women's paints, tiny lines could be seen at the corners of her eyes. Even so, to him, the lines only made her more desirable. Hers was the face of a woman who was anything but simpering. And although she lived in a lovely home, she did not give the impression of being spoiled. She seemed sure of herself, a woman who could hold her own in the world. Oddly, that fact increased her sensuality. However, he never mixed business with pleasure and he needed to reveal the reason for his presence.

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