Maggie Blackbird

Romancing Canada's Indigenous People



Sequel to Thanks to You

She must make the biggest decision of her life before Thanksgiving Day.

A numbers-cruncher and stickler for the rules, divorcée Paulina Natawance is grateful for the handsome Ojibway man who helped her take a gamble on love last Thanksgiving. She’s over the moon with their long-distance relationship, even though they’re separated by three hours and the international border.

The hole in Tripp Beargrease’s heart has healed after the death of his wife. And he owes his happiness to the stunning Anishinaabe-kwe he rescued last Thanksgiving by chance, who easily stole his love.  He’s on his way to Canada with an engagement ring in his pocket to celebrate Paulina’s turkey holiday.

When Tripp proposes marriage, taking another gamble leaves Paulina shaking with fear over saying goodbye to her job, her home, and Canada to start anew.  She must decide if she’ll celebrate the upcoming American bird day with Tripp for the rest of her life or never celebrate the special US holiday again.

Genre(s): Multicultural, contemporary romance, adult.
Heat Rating:
Level 3
Publication Date:
November 13, 2020
eXtasy Books

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

“This is a great followup to last year’s book, Thanks to You.” –Kobo Reviewer (Read more here)
“The second book in the Thanksgiving series a well written short story that held my interest until the end.” –Amazon Reviewer (Read more here)
“A great storyline! Hard to put down! Intense and Emotional! Hot Chemistry!” –BookBub Reviewer (Read more here)
“The author does a great job bringing the story to life with vividly painted scenes and moves the story quickly and smoothly.” Barnes & Noble Reviewer (Read more here)
“This book is steamy, much like the last, but it also shows the struggles that they face in finally reaching their HEA. I loved the added angst and drama.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)