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#Win A Child Under His Tree by Allison Leigh (US)


ALLISON LEIGH'S high point as a writer is hearing from readers that they laughed, cried or lost sleep while reading her books. She makes her home in Arizona where she’s blessed with an immensely patient family who doesn’t mind (much) her time spent at her computer and who gives her the kind of love she wants her readers to share in every page. Stay in touch at http://www.allisonleigh.com and @allisonleighbks.




Praise for Allison Leigh

“Leigh’s thrilling romance is engaging, intense and funny – a page-turner filled with a down-home narrative that brings the Wyoming landscape, small town antics and eclectic co-stars to life.”
—Goodreads Reviews

“A fun read with all the sudden twists and secrets that seemed to come out of the woodwork. The characters were intriguing and lively, creating an entertaining story that I didn’t want to put down!”
—Amazon Reviews

“It’s intrigue, secrets and family dysfunction melded with a heart-thumping whodunit in Leigh’s tale. Humor, conspiracy and intensely emotional dialogue keep the pages turning.”
—RT Book Reviews

Harlequin Special Edition; October 18, 2016
$5.50 U.S.; 224 Pages
ISBN: 9780373659913


'Tis the season for second chances…and secrets!

Forget the mistletoe maneuvers. Kelly Rasmussen isn't planning on having that reunion kiss with Dr. Caleb Buchanan any time soon. Things had long ago gone south for these former high school sweethearts. Except for that one night six years ago—which resulted in an explosive secret Kelly's kept till this very day.
Now career and family have brought them both back to Weaver, Wyoming. Their unavoidable clashes—and instant chemistry—make them realize this town isn't big enough for the two of them. Or three of them—counting Kelly's son. Because there's something about that little boy… For one thing, he has Caleb's eyes…

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Comments

  1. I haven't read a Harlequin in a really long time. I love that cover!

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  2. I love the cover of Allison's new book! And the story sounds like one I'd like this time of year, very heartwarming as the two reconnect! Thanks for the chance to win!

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