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Waiting For The Rain - ebook

Willow Mackenzie needs a miracle. Darby Sullivan has one to offer. But sharing it may cost him his life.



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    Abandoned by her husband after receiving a fatal medical diagnosis, twenty-eight-year-old Willow Mackenzie is determined to realize her unfulfilled dreams. On a jaunt to a lonely quarry called Baker's Gully in the hope of photographing an eagle, she discovers an abandoned cottage and its reclusive owner, Darby Sullivan. Captivated by the rose-covered dwelling, and intrigued by its stern, sexy owner, Willow knows instinctively that she is meant to spend the rest of her life in Baker's Gully.

     

    A man of secrets, Darby is content with his hermit-like existence, but troubled by the deadly illness he senses within her, he agrees to rent Willow the cottage, knowing it is the one place on earth that can heal her. But saving Willow's life may cost Darby his own.



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    Waiting For The Rain - ebook

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    Willow Mackenzie needs a miracle. Darby Sullivan has one to offer. But sharing it may cost him his life.



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    Despite her irritation with him, Willy couldn't help admiring his muscular build; couldn't seem to take her eyes off of his large, capable hands as he jacked up the SUV, loosened the lug nuts, and replaced the tire. Fifteen minutes later, he returned to her, looking sexy and angry, rain dripping from his hair.

    "You're all set."

    "I'm sorry to be such a nuisance. Here." She opened her purse and pulled out a twenty-dollar bill. "Let me pay you for your time."

    "Put your money away, Sis. I don't want it."

    "Oh, please. I insist."

    "You might better put that toward a new set of tires," he growled. "Especially if you're going to be out gallivanting on roads like this." He turned away from her and started the truck. "Have a safe trip home."

    Seeing she'd been dismissed, Willy climbed out of the truck. The man waited for her to fire up the Explorere, and then drove away without a backward glance. Willy stared after him until he disappeared from view.

    "Mister," she murmured, "You are a whole lot of unusual." Driving away, she realized she hadn't even gotten his name.

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