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By Kristin Hannah
Devon O'Shea involves the Yukon Territory looking for gold, yet in its place she reveals Stone guy McKenna, a mountainous slab of animosity who believes the Yukon is not any position for a girl. while he makes an attempt to persuade her of this with a savage kiss, she reveals herself feeling, for the 1st time in her lifestyles, female and alive. And Devon starts off to wonder whether she can have struck gold in spite of everything . . .
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Maybe Father Michaels was right; maybe Stone Man was simply afraid of needing someone. Maybe he was lonely, and maybe-just maybe-he needed a friend. Her heart did a funny little flip at the thought. If he were lonely, then he needed her, for only a friend could ease the ache of loneliness. A quicksilver dash of hope shot through her mind. All her life she'd been a caretaker, an organizer of other people's problems. It was a role she felt comfortable in, and without the sense of helping others she felt vaguely lost and adrift.
Thirty-two. With yesterday's work, that made a total of fifty-seven jars of jam. And she still had two days left. Working quickly, she cleaned up her cooking mess, boxed up her jams, and shoved them under the bed, where they couldn't be seen. Flipping open the nickel face of her pocket watch, she checked the time. Seven forty-five. He'd be home in fifteen minutes. Sighing wearily, she sank onto the bed, letting her feet dangle lazily over the side. She couldn't cook dinner. Not tonight. She was just too darn tired.
Still. . Forget the photographs. They were the problem. Their images had created the one thing Devon's rational mind couldn't ignore: a puzzle. Her partner-big, silent, sour Stone Man-had become a puzzle. Never, not once in her whole life, had Devon Margaret O'Shea been able to walk away from an unsolved puzzle. It was like living in a messy house. Things just weren't right. She gave up trying to ignore the nagging questions that plagued her mind. There was no way on God's green earth she'd get a decent night's sleep until she'd solved the riddle.
A Handful of Heaven by Kristin Hannah