Sweet Nothings

Sweet Nothings

Book - 2002
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Penguin Putnam
Discover why readers and critics have called the Coulter family novels “romantic through and through” (Publishers Weekly) with this poignant contemporary romance from New York Times bestselling author Catherine Anderson.

Molly Wells is keeping a lot of secrets. Such as why she’s stolen her ex-husband’s expensive stallion and driven him hundreds of miles to the ranch of horse whisperer Jake Coulter. And why she’s arrived with no job, no money, and an all-consuming fear. Molly may be willing to risk everything to save the stallion, but it’s herself she really needs to save…

By making a place for Molly on his ranch, Jake suspects that he may be harboring a thief. But there’s something about this courageous yet vulnerable woman that tugs on his heartstrings. He yearns to shower her with the greatest gifts he has to give—his home, his heart, and his life to share. But until she’s strong enough to accept them, all he can offer is the patience to win her slowly, the strength to fight her enemies, and the promise to love her forever…

Baker & Taylor
Fleeing her abusive ex-husband, Molly Wells journeys across the country to seek refuge at the ranch of horse whisperer Jake Coulter, with her ex-husband's valuable stallion, Sonora Sunset, hoping that Jake will help her save the horse.

Publisher: New York : New American Library, c2002
ISBN: 9780451220691
0451220692
Characteristics: 456 p. ; 18 cm

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