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She’s from the boundary waters of Northwestern Ontario, and he’s from a place his people call Waiekwakitchigami in northern Minnesota. Neither expects to meet, much less spend Thanksgiving together.
Desperate for a Minneapolis getaway to prove she can break out of her by-the-numbers and by-the-book, disciplined life, divorcée Paulina Natawance doesn’t expect to have her truck break down outside the casino in Cloquet where she’s had lunch. Nor does she expect to encounter a handsome man with long, flowing black hair, ebony eyes, and a smile that could melt the ice cream she’s holding.
While finishing up his shift at the Big Bear Casino, widower Tripp Beargrease isn’t looking forward to going home to celebrate Thanksgiving alone…again. But when he encounters a stunning Anishinaabe-kwe with legs to her neck, a tiny waist, and a pink, wet tongue licking an ice cream cone standing helpless at her dead vehicle, he’s more than willing to paddle his canoe to her rescue like a true warrior should.
With the garage closed for the holiday and the hotels booked because of Thanksgiving, Tripp generously offers his dinner table for Paulina to dine at, and his spare bedroom for her to sleep in. And maybe, just maybe this proper woman can repair his broken heart. But her truck is ready the next day, and Paulina has a big decision to make—return to the boring, predictable life she’s created for herself, or throw away her day planner and take a huge gamble on Tripp.
Genre(s): Multicultural, contemporary romance, adult.
Heat Rating: Level 3
Publication Date: November 8, 2019
Publisher: eXtasy Books
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“This is just a really nice story – no drama, no suspense.” –Amazon Reviewer (Read more here)
“I loved this short story. It gets down to business almost right away.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“This is a bite-sized story that packs in quite a bit of emotion and draws you in.” –Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)
“Oh how I loved this novella! This is my first book by this author, and I picked it up because another Indigenous book reader recommended it.” Goodreads Reviewer (Read more here)