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The Maverick the Manhattanite Montana Mavericks Rust Creek Cowboys #3

Town with her fancy luggage and metropolitan attitude Sheriff Gage Christensen has been fit to be tied Everything about Lissa seems to rub Gage the wrong way She talks too fast she's too bossy she's just toodarnedirritating And readers you know what that means It's only a matter. SweetThis story was another super sweet romance Gage is the local sheriff and Lissa is a volunteer project manager from New York They come across each other while trying to repair the damages left from the flood They find a summer fling to remember

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USA TODAY bestselling author Leanne Banks returns to Rust Creek Falls the setting for the popular Montana Mavericks Rust Creek Cowboys where a cowboy is sure to find love when he least expects it  Rust Creek Ramblings  Ever since volunteer coordinator Lissa Roarke rolled into. Volunteer coordinator Lissa Roarke and sheriff Gage Christensen meet due a severe flood floods his town From two radically different backgrounds they butt heads at first but eventually learn to work together An inspiring uick read

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Of time before these two suawking opposites find their way together But there's a rough road ahead for Rust Creek's sexy sheriff and his do gooder girl Can Big Sky and Big Apple make it past the first frost Just how much will a city girl sacrifice for the strong arms of the la. This short miniseries within the overarching Montana Mavericks deals with the aftermath of the great flood Much of the town is destroyed when a sudden flash flood surprises the town The mayor is killed but otherwise there seems to be mostly property damage Gage Christensen the sheriff blames himself for the mayor s death as he had taken the opportunity to attend an out of town rodeo with his family the day of the flood Gage is pushed out of his comfort zone by Manhattanite Lissa Roarke a volunteer coordinator who is assigned to help rebuilt the town Compounded by his guilt over being away during the flood Gage believes that Lissa is a city girl at heart and not interested in long term Montana living In reality Lissa is not a city girl at all Full of the optimism of youth and a desire to do something good she rallies the volunteers that arrive to help and makes great strides in rebuilding Her enthusiasm brings out the best in others She comes to love Montana and Gage eually in a very short amount of time She sees through the overdeveloped sense of responsibility and recognizes Gage for the hero and protector he is This book is all Gage and all tortured hero He is the epitome of every dedicated public servant first responder He is overprotective and believes he can solve the world s problems It takes the city girl to hold up a mirror and show that even though he isn t perfect and can t fix everything he is a hero to those around him Without him the world would not uite be the same Once again the continuity is tightly written but Leanne s trademark humor shines through If you are looking for a good escape this book fits the bill


About the Author: Leanne Banks

Leanne Banks was born on 14 May 1959 in Roanoke Virginia USA She holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology which she claims she can only use on fictional characters When her first book was published in 1991 she used the money from her advance to take her family to Disney WorldLeanne is known for telling a story with strong emotion characters with whom everyone can relate a kick of hot sensua



10 thoughts on “The Maverick the Manhattanite Montana Mavericks Rust Creek Cowboys #3

  1. says:

    Very good book It's been a couple months since the flood that wrecked half the town and repairs are going well They're about to go even better as Lissa arrives in town to coordinate a volunteer effort from back east She gets under Gage's skin right away as he tries to fight the attraction by ignoring her Lissa has come to do a job and though

  2. says:

    Writing 2Story 3Satisfaction 2A pretty surface level romance with not a lot of drama This book is part of a series written

  3. says:

    Volunteer coordinator Lissa Roarke and sheriff Gage Christensen meet due a severe flood floods his town From two radicall

  4. says:

    Love it

  5. says:

    SweetThis story was another super sweet romance Gage is the local sheriff and Lissa is a volunteer project manager from New York They come across each other while trying to repair the damages left from the flood They find a summer fling to remember

  6. says:

    3 STARSMontana Mavericks Rust Creek Cowboys is a series written by a bunch of authors Rust Creek got hit by a bad flood they lost a lot including their elementary school and the Mayor Sheriff Gage Christensen was out of town when the flood came

  7. says:

    This short miniseries within the overarching Montana Mavericks deals with the aftermath of the great flood Much of the town is destroyed when a sudden flash flood surprises the town The mayor is killed but otherwise there seems to

  8. says:

    35 StarsRust Creek Falls I Want To Live ThereWe are once again back in Rust Creek Falls and this book is about

  9. says:

    Lissa is going to Rust Creek on a volunteering basis to coordinate the volunteer effort in the town She has been looking forward to her new task and is determined to do a good job Gage is the Sheriff of the town and he has his doubt

  10. says:

    The Maverick the Manhattanite by Leanne BanksLissa Roarke travels from Manhattan to Rush Creek Falls to lead a team of volunteers to help the residents recover from a major flood She'll need to work with Sheriff Gabe Christensen but he is rude and insufferable to Lissa Does he think she can't manage in his small town? Lissa calls Gabe on his behavior and what a change He's apologized and suddenly they are wor

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