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Want You More: A Mile High Romance #3

Nicole Helm

ISBN 9781420142815
Publish Date 11/28/2017
Format ePub
Categories Romance Contemporary, Kensington Ebooks
List Price: $5.99

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“[A] deeply moving contemporary…The protagonists are refreshingly willing to be up front about their feelings and listen to each other, and readers will want to revisit their story often.” - -Publishers Weekly (STARRED REVIEW) on Need You Now

She knows better than to fall for a man like him . . .

There's plenty of gorgeous winding trails leading to Gracely, Colorado. And making your way around this rugged Rocky Mountain town is how you start over, fix your mistakes—and find the one person who'll always have your back . . .

Will Evans works hard, plays harder—but never gets in too deep. He’ll do anything to keep his family’s Mile High Adventures business on track and help Gracely prosper. One too many betrayals taught this handsome guide to avoid commitment as expertly as he negotiates difficult trails and treacherous rivers. But now it’s impossible for him to play it cool with the one woman he lost—and never forgot.

Nothing is going to keep Tori Appleby from starting over right. After a career-ending personal and professional mistake, she’s back to save the company she helped start. She needs Gracely’s healing small-town charm—and the caring and help she’s only found with the Evans family. But she doesn’t need Will trying for a second chance. Or to risk her heart one more time.

Will won’t commit, and Tori has a life to rebuild. But to move on, they'll have to give in to the irresistible heat between them . . .

About Nicole Helm:

Nicole Helm is the bestselling author of down-to-earth contemporary romance and fast-paced romantic suspense. She lives with her husband and two sons in Missouri enjoying Cardinals baseball and dreaming about someday owning a barn. Readers can visit her website at nicolehelm.com.

Photo Credit: Callie Boyd Photography


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